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Ex-aides allege they were required to become ‘personal servants’ for Republican congressman

Rep. Tom Garret (R-Va.) allegedly turned the congressman’s staffers into personal servants and gofers, according to statements from multiple former employees, Politico reported. What were they asked to do? Four former staffers claim they were assigned to do grocery shopping, pick up clothing the congressman …

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Andrew McCarthy recommends

(Scott Johnson) Responding to a message about his weekly NR column this morning, Andrew McCarthy writes: “Have a look at this thread. I don’t know who is behind this Undercover Huber account, but he clearly knows what he’s doing, and how FBI/DOJ work — gotta …

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The Rise of the Food-Related Lawsuit: New at Reason

Food lawsuits are on the rise. At first glance, most are terrible, some are good, and others require a closer look. It’s not easy to tell the difference between each type, which is why it’s important to look at who stands to benefit from these …

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Sweet Win For Religious Freedom as California Judge Rules in Favor of Christian Baker

Recently, there was a huge win for religious liberty in Left-leaning California. Superior Court Judge David Lampe ruled in favor of baker Cathy Miller, owner of Tastries Bakery in Bakersfield, who had declined services based on her own beliefs as a Christian. LifeSite News reports: Last …

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The Week in Pictures: Trump Derangement Overdrive Edition

(Steven Hayward) Apparently the only thing worse than Trump meeting with Little Rocket Man is Trump not meeting with Little Rocket Man. Reminds me of how Democrats howled about how FBI director James Comey was a disgrace because he tanked Hillary 10 days before the …

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Behind the redactions, cont’d

(Scott Johnson) Kim Strassel supplements Eric Felten’s peek behind the redactions of the Strzok-Page text messages produced to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley. In her Wall Wall Street Journal column “The real constitutional crisis” she also touches on several other related matters we have …

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If You Can Afford a Plane Ticket, Thank Deregulation: New at Reason

In the ’50s and ’60s, when I was growing up, air travel was a luxury. People dressed up as if going to church. There were lots of empty seats, so on night flights you could often get a row of three together and sprawl out. …

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If You Can Afford a Plane Ticket, Thank Deregulation

In the ’50s and ’60s, when I was growing up, air travel was a luxury. People dressed up as if going to church. There were lots of empty seats, so on night flights you could often get a row of three together and sprawl out. …

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The Rise of the Food-Related Lawsuit

Food lawsuits are on the rise. At first glance, most are terrible, some are good, and others require a closer look. It’s not easy to tell the difference between each type, which is why it’s important to look at who stands to benefit from these …

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Public Forums Should Be Open and Uncensored

Conservatives, climate chaos skeptics and true free speech advocates should help create the legal precedents, while also pressing forward to build their own social media forums, and exposing, ridiculing, embarrassing and challenging the dominance of the Intolerant Left. Continue Reading....

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