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Condoleezza Rice, Susan Rice To Speak On Campus

In the Newsfeaturing Condoleezza Ricevia Hamilton Condoleezza Rice and Susan Rice, two former national security advisors with differing points of view, will discuss current issues on Wednesday, April 11, 2018, at 7 p.m. in the College’s Margaret Scott Bundy Field House. Continue Reading....

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American Creed

via AmericanCreed.orgFormer Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Pulitzer Prize-winning historian David M. Kennedy come together from remarkably different backgrounds, life experiences and points of view to explore the idea of a unifying American creed. Their spirited inquiry frames the stories of a range of …

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CNN, MSNBC Push Debunked Poll That 97% Support 'Universal Background Checks'

Over the past few days, CNN and MSNBC have again been peddling a discredited poll finding that about 90 percent of Americans — this time from Quinnipiac with a tally of 97 percent — supporting the adoption of laws to require background checks for all …

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CBS Hosts Giggle at De Blasio Dropping Groundhog, Skip Animal's Death

By Scott Whitlock The journalists at CBS This Morning on Monday offered a jovial segment on Groundhog’s Day and Bill de Blasio’s 2014 mishap where he dropped “Staten Island Chuck.” Yet, they ignored the mayor’s less funny role in the rodent’s death. Video of the incident played …

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The Media’s Inexcusable, Shocking Cover-Up

The Media’s Inexcusable, Shocking Cover-Up https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.10.2/jquery.min.js Continue Reading....

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CBS Boosts Obama Advisor David Axelrod's Hit on Mitt Romney

By Jeffrey Meyer During a news brief on Wednesday’s CBS This Morning, co-host Norah O’Donnell promoted David Axelrod, President Obama’s presidential campaign strategist, and his new book in which the Democrat criticizes Mitt Romney following the 2012 presidential campaign.— Jeffrey Meyer is a News Analyst at the Media …

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Payday-loan borrowers need protection from the poorly-named Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

In an epic, down to the wire vote last week Congressional Republicans narrowly overturned a regulation that would have enriched lawyers at the expense of consumers. But now lawmakers must intervene once again against another consumer-busting rule: the rule put forward by the Consumer Financial …

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CEI Joins Open Letter to President Trump Opposing Import Restrictions on Steel and Aluminum

View Full Document as PDF Dear President Trump, On behalf of the following organizations, we urge you not to impose tariffs or other restrictions on imported steel and aluminum pursuant to the recommendations made by Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross under Section 232 of the Trade …

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Competitive Enterprise Institute Re-Ups Lawsuit Against State Department For Not Releasing Paris Climate Emails

The Washington Examiner cited the Competitive Enterprise Institute on its efforts to make public documentation regarding the Obama Administration’s entry into the Paris Climate Agreement. The Competitive Enterprise Institute on Monday sued the State Department a second time for withholding emails and texts related to …

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Voters Must Ensure Government Answers This Emergency Call

According to NENA, the 9-1-1 Association, “on February 16, 1968, Senator Rankin Fite completed the first 9-1-1 call made in the United States in Haleyville, Alabama.” But over that last 50 years since that event, some states and localities have found a way to turn …

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