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Dem Senators Rally for Unions as SCOTUS Hears Mandatory-Dues Case

Massachusetts Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D.) and Ed Markey (D.) spoke at a Boston rally Monday supporting public-sector unions’ right to extract mandatory dues. These Democrats made the case that the Supreme Court should maintain government agencies’ right to mandate so-called fair share fees, Mass Live …

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MSNBC Guest Predicts Trump Reelected in Landslide If He Isn’t Removed From Office

MSNBC guest and marketing expert Donny Deutsch said Monday that President Donald Trump will win reelection “in a landslide” if he is not removed from office before 2020. Deutsch joined the panel on MSNBC’s “Deadline: White House” to discuss the investigation of Russian involvement in …

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GOP Chairwoman: ‘I’m Proud That Our Party Elected’ Michael Steele

Ronna Romney McDaniel, the chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, used the sixth-annual “Black Republican Trailblazer Awards Luncheon” on Monday to push back against disparaging comments made by a spokesman of the American Conservative Union in regards to former RNC chair Michael Steele. McDaniel was in …

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#MeToo also has us making more of the good guys

Hollywood is responding to #MeToo not just by telling stories of female empowerment but also of the quiet decency of many oft-overlooked men. And no wonder: Shouldn’t we as a culture, even as we call out sleazy and allegedly abusive behavior on the part of …

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Broward sheriff’s excuses are just obscene

The sheriff is an outsized figure in the American imagination. He is Wyatt Earp, shooting it out with outlaws at the O.K. corral. He is John Wayne, a lonely instrument of frontier justice. He is Rick Grimes, the resourceful survivor of a zombie apocalypse in …

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The left’s pathetic case making public workers pay union fees

The US Supreme Court heard oral arguments Monday challenging laws in 22 states and the District of Columbia that force public employees to pay unions to represent them, even if they disagree with the union’s demands and politics. Mark Janus, a child-support specialist and public …

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Russia Scandal: Dem 'Rebuttal' Memo Backfires, Confirms Abuses In Trump Probe

Dueling Memos: Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., promised that a memo drafted by Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee would refute charges raised in an earlier Republican memo about FBI and DOJ abuses in the Trump/Russia investigation. Instead, the Democrats’ memo ended up confirming several key …

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Bernie’s bogus Russian troll story and other comments

Foreign desk: Korean Olympic Détente Won’t Last The Winter Olympics are over, and so is the peaceful interlude in the North Korean nuclear crisis. But that crisis, predicts The Atlantic’s Uri Friedman, “will soon resume — and possibly increase.” Indeed, new US sanctions “could make …

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Fact Check: Did an Ohio Sheriff Offer Concealed Carry Classes to Teachers?

Facebook users questioned the legitimacy of a story posted Monday by Infowars and Zero Hedge, which claimed 300 people had signed up for “gun training” after an Ohio sheriff offered free classes for 50 teachers. The story was covered by a Cincinnati news station last …

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Plaza in Front of Russian Embassy Named for Murdered Putin Critic Boris Nemtsov

For the past three years, Russian opposition activists say, authorities have attempted to erase any trace of opposition leader Boris Nemtsov in the spot where he was murdered—on a bridge just outside the Kremlin.Read more on WeeklyStandard.com Continue Reading....

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