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McSally: You know who we need a border wall with? California

There’s a fierce fight going on to replace retiring Senator Jeff Flake in Arizona this year, particularly in the GOP primary. It’s not being polled all that often yet, but thus far it’s looking like a tight race between Congresswoman Martha McSally (in a very slight lead) and Joe Arpaio, with Kelli Ward still hanging within striking distance. With everyone ...

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CNN: Pro-life Dem scores a surprising win in Illinois — barely

News of a primary victory by an incumbent Democrat in Illinois hardly rates a BREAKING tag. A victory this narrow and this belated by Dan Lipinski certainly rates a mention, however, especially given the enemies Lipinski faced. Despite a concerted effort by NARAL, Emily’s List, and other progressive groups, one of the few pro-life Democrats still left in Congress will ...

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What was the Austin bomber thinking?

I don’t mean “What was his motive?” I mean, what was he doing waltzing into a FedEx looking like this, knowing that 500 federal and state cops were looking for him? I can’t get over these photos. #AustinBombings suspect (24 y/o male) caught on CCTV at the fedex store. Suspect killed himself w explosive device when confronted by #Austin #SWAT. ...

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California Teacher Fired After Bashing Military ‘Dumbsh*ts’

By DCNF –   by Rob Shimshock A California school district fired a teacher on Tuesday following his viral rant where he called the military the “lowest of our low.” The El Rancho Unified School District voted unanimously to fire history teacher and Pico Rivera councilman Gregory Salcido, reported Fox News. “[Salcido’s] comments do … California Teacher Fired After Bashing Military ...

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Dear Ben Carson: please stop talking about tablegate

Are there more important stories we could be discussing today than the new office furniture for HUD Secretary Ben Carson? You might be tempted to think so, but what should have remained in the pages of The Onion as one of the dumber stories out of Washington in 2018 is entering new, dangerous territory. While I find it difficult to ...

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