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Trump: Only ‘one in ten-thousand’ could become a dictator the way Kim Jong-Un did at 27

Special Report aired Bret Baier’s interview with President Trump about the Singapore Summit today. There’s a lot in this interview, some of which was good but a lot of people are keying on an awkward portion of the interview where Trump defends Kim Jong-Un as …

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College students: Of course Christians should bake the cake for a gay wedding (but not so sure about anyone else)

I consistently enjoy these Campus Reform videos. In the latest one, Students at George Washington University in Washington, DC were asked about the recent Supreme Court decision involving the baker who refused to bake a cake for a gay wedding. As Allahpundit noted here, that …

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President Trump almost saved us from having to host the World Cup

While I’m generally only vaguely aware of the comings and goings of professional kickball – or soccer, if you prefer – it’s almost impossible to avoid seeing some headlines about the World Cup when it comes around. That was the case when I noticed a …

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Wolf Blitzer to Trump: We the media love the American people

I mean, they do love Democrats. And they love John McCain. That’s 50+1 percent of the country right there. He’s no worse than half-wrong. They couldn’t love “the American people” at this point if they wanted to. Even more than partisanship, it’s class that separates …

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Dancing FBI agent charged with assault over accidental shooting

FBI Agent Chase Bishop was charged with second-degree assault after he accidentally fired a shot that struck a bystander at a crowded bar in Colorado. From the Denver Post: Chase Bishop, 29,  has been charged with one count of second-degree assault in connection with the …

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Irish PM: “Catholic ethos” hospitals will be expected to perform abortions now

Now that Ireland has repealed its constitutional ban on abortion in favor of “pro-choice” policies, the definition of “choice” appears to be evolving. Prime minister Leo Varadkar told the Dáil that individual doctors and nurses will be allowed to opt out of participating in surgical …

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Bob Corker: This party is basically a personality cult now

Grand Old Personality Cult. I like the sound of that. Corker’s core complaint remains the fact that Senate Republicans won’t vote on his tariff bill for fear of offending Trump, but the timing is fortuitous in that he was asked about this just hours after …

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New ad: Colorado Democrat takes a stand against gun rights by … pepper-spraying himself

Man, I hope this guy wins. Any tactic in politics that’s successful will eventually be emulated. You want to see the Democratic nominee in 2020 waterboarding him- or herself to prove a point? Then we need Levi Tillemann to come through in his Colorado House …

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Politico: Mueller’s GOP allies losing patience

We already know that voters have grown tired of the special-counsel melodrama, but voters don’t have much impact on investigations. According to Politico, however, Robert Mueller may be losing some of his political cover with Republicans on Capitol Hill. The “wrap it up” chorus has …

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AMA appears to change their stance on assisted suicide

This may wind up being a sort of seismic shift in how medicine is practiced in the United States, though the objections raised will be loud and long-lasting. This week the American Medical Association voted to override a recommendation from their Council on Ethical and …

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