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Toronto Anti-Muslim Attack Condemned by Trudeau Turns Out to Be Fake

An alleged anti-Muslim hate crime in Toronto that was condemned at the highest levels of the Canadian government never happened, city police said Monday. An 11-year-old Toronto girl claimed that as she walked to school on Friday morning, a man approached her with scissors trying to …

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State Dept. Advises Funeral Planning Before Traveling to North Korea

The State Department is advising Americans who plan on traveling to North Korea to write their wills and make funeral plans before entering the communist country. The State Department’s recently updated travel warning website page for North Korea warns travelers against going to the hermit nation and that, …

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Manchin: ‘Wrong’ for Democrats to Use Trump’s Alleged Vulgar Comments as Leverage for Immigration Reform

Sen. Joe Manchin (D., W.Va.) on Sunday said it would be “wrong” for Democrats to use comments that President Donald Trump is alleged to have made in order to gain leverage over Republicans and advance their agenda on immigration policy. On “Face The Nation,” host …

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Ajit Pai Explains FCC’s ‘Full Investigation’ Into False Hawaii Missile Alert

Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai appeared on “Fox & Friends” on Monday to discuss what went wrong when Hawaii authorities mistakenly sent out an emergency alert notification warning of an incoming ballistic missile on Saturday. “BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. …

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NYPD Investigating Claim Spitzer Threatened to Stab Restaurant Patron

The New York Police Department is investigating a recent claim that former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer threatened to stab a man at a swanky Manhattan restaurant. Former Wall Street executive Jamie Antolini told The New York Post that he was eating with possible business partners …

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FBI, DOJ Argue for Dismissal of Suit About Garland, Texas Attack

The FBI and the Department of Justice are arguing for a liability case against them to be dismissed, while at the same time admitting to key details surrounding the bureau’s involvement in the 2015 terrorist attack on the “Draw Muhammad” event in Garland, Texas. In …

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Tapper: Many People Are Happy Trump Didn’t See the False Nuclear Alarm While Watching ‘Fox & Friends’

CNN host Jake Tapper said Sunday there are a “lot of people who are happy” that President Donald Trump wasn’t watching Fox News when news broke of what turned out to be a false alarm of a ballistic missile heading toward Hawaii, saying misunderstandings have …

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McAuliffe: I Might Have to Push Trump If He Got Too Close During Debate

Former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D.) said Sunday that he would push President Donald Trump back if he got too close during a debate, continuing to play coy about possible 2020 White House ambitions. McAuliffe made the remark while speaking with CNN’s Jake Tapper, who referred to …

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From the NFL to the Speaker’s Office: Fox News Sunday Profiles Ex-Lineman Turned Paul Ryan Staffer

“Fox News Sunday” profiled a former NFL offensive lineman turned staffer for House Speaker Paul Ryan (R., Wis.) on Sunday’s program. “What I do on a daily basis, i basically block and tackle. It’s my job to build key alliances to help move the Speaker’s agenda forward,” …

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The Chosen People and American Exceptionalism

Americans are exceptional in many ways but perhaps their greatest exceptional characteristic is their neighborliness. Americans are a private people dedicated to the proposition that all homes are created equal no matter the customs, rituals, and beliefs that guide and comprise them. In dealing with …

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