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Drudge: 'Too much crazy' with Moore

(THE HILL) — The Drudge Report’s Matt Drudge blasted Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore (R) after his loss Tuesday, saying Sen. Luther Strange (R-Ala.) would have won the race. “Luther Strange would have won in a landslide… Just too much crazy in nerve racking times,” …

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Russia, China aggressively expanding nuclear arsenal

A sobering new report warns of growing nuclear threats to U.S. national security posed by the deterioration of the nation’s own nuclear arsenal just as Russia, China, North Korea and Iran are all upgrading their arsenals. The report documents how Russia and China are aggressively …

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Butterflies, Border Walls, and Property Rights

Trump’s border wall will be bad for people and bad for property rights. It will also be bad for butterflies. On Monday the North American Butterfly Association (NABA) filed a lawsuit in D.C. District Court alleging a pattern of intrusion and harassment by Customs and …

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There’s No Such Thing as a Free Ride

It might seem ironic that Virginia, which threatens merchants with punishment if they charge “unconscionable” prices during an emergency, recently hit motorists with tolls as high as $40 for a one-way trip on I-66. But the subsequent freakout over the tolls was misplaced. They did …

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There’s No Such Thing as a Free Ride: New at Reason

Dynamic tolling is no more “price gouging” than any time prices go up because of a scarcity of supply. A. Barton Hinkle writes: It might seem ironic that Virginia, which threatens merchants with punishment if they charge “unconscionable” prices during an emergency, recently hit motorists …

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BREAKING: Omarosa Resigns

Omarosa Manigault Newman, President Trump’s controversial Senior Aide, has reportedly resigned from her role in the White House and will be leaving in late January. The White House, in response to questions from The Associated Press Wednesday morning, released a quote from Press Secretary Sarah …

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WATCH LIVE: Deputy A.G. Rod Rosenstein Gives Testimony About Mueller’s Russia Investigation

Among those statements made by the deputy attorney general, so far, is that he sees no good cause to fire Robert Mueller. Watch here as the House Judiciary Committee grills Rosenstein in matters regarding partisanship, bias, and the direction of Mueller’s ongoing probe. The post …

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Thank You, Alabama Republicans, for Restoring Some of My Faith Last Night

I wanted to write a quick, personal thank you not to the Republican party in Alabama. Not the politicians, but the voters. Ever since the 2016 elections ended I’ve been something of a man without a party. Like many people that I know, I walked …

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Check out the 10 questions feminists should ask on a first date — since the ‘personal is political’

The cultural divide continues to widen. In an effort to help maintain the purity of “intersectional” feminists — read: those feminists who live out the maxim that multiple forms of discrimination are woven together and interrelated — author Lara Witt put together a list of …

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BLM leader DeRay Mckesson files lawsuit against Fox News and Jeanine Pirro — see his reason why

Black Lives Matter leader DeRay Mckesson filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against Fox News and one of its hosts, Judge Jeanine Pirro, for defamation in Manhattan Supreme Court. Why is Mckesson suing? Mckesson alleges that while Pirro was on “Fox & Friends” on Sept. 29 discussing a …

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