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Top Democrat defends grilling Trump nominee about faith

Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif. Did Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., impose an unconstitutional “religious test” on a Trump judicial nominee when she questioned the judge’s ability to be a faithful Catholic and a good judge at the same time? The senator has drawn criticism from Catholics …

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Conservative off 'View' for asking Hillary tough question?

(NEW YORK POST) — Jedediah Bila shocked audiences when she departed “The View” on Monday — and according to a source, this sudden departure may have something to do with Hillary Clinton. Clinton was on the show last Wednesday promoting her book “What Happened,” with …

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Laura Ingraham inks deal with Fox News

(DEADLINE) — Sean Hannity is moving to 9 PM ET to take on MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow directly starting next week in anticipation of Fox New Channel debuting a Laura Ingraham’s new show on the day before Halloween. Or, to put it another way, the cable …

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Firefighting Jet Stuck in Red Tape as the West Burns

As America has been watching a barrage of hurricanes, more than 8 million acres have burned in wildfires in the west. Two million are still burning. Meanwhile, the largest firefighting plane in the world remains grounded due to governmental red tape. Currently, Montana is hoping for …

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Hot Speculation: Could Former Bush Spokesman Scott Stanzel Be Running for Congress in Washington?

Deputy Press Secretary Scott Stanzel during the daily briefing at the White House in Washington, Friday, Dec. 14, 2007. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds) Former George W. Bush White House spokesman and Amazon.com PR guru Scott Stanzel has left his job with the e-commerce giant, prompting speculation that he …

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Fake News, Ignorance, and Hypocrisy Are Everywhere while Objectivity Remains Missing in Action

I don’t have a specific study or poll to support the claim in the headline but I am 99% certain that if there were an objective scientific method for measuring Americans’ relative ability to see the beam in their own eye versus the speck in others’, …

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Demography and the End of Diversity?

(Steven Hayward) “Diversity” has become the touchstone of contemporary liberalism, rivaling even equality as its first principle, though of course the two can co-exist. Democrats have placed all their chips on diversity, seeing the rising coalition of minorities and elite white professionals as their ticket …

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Strange doings in Alabama, Part Two

(Paul Mirengoff) Over the weekend, President Trump announced that he will visit Alabama next weekend to campaign for Sen. Luther Strange in that state’s Senate primary Republican run-off . I found this decision difficult to explain inasmuch as (1) polls show that Strange trails his …

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A Different Abortion Shouting Match

Actress and activist Martha Plimpton hearts abortion so much that she wishes she could Yelp review her firstthe one in Seattleas her best abortion. It was heads and tails above the rest! Continue Reading....

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Around the World in 80 Days (Day 16) Okinawa: Remembering Who We Once Were

The absence of signage made finding it a challenge. Continue Reading....

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