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Yet, ANOTHER PBS Host Suspended for Sexual Misconduct

And on and on and on it goes. Following closely behind Matt Lauer, and his fellow PBS host, Charlie Rose, Tavis Smiley is about to take an extended vacation, after being suspended from his self-titled broadcast, due to sexual misconduct allegations. An outside law firm …

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Trey Gowdy Beats Rod Rosenstein Like A Rented Mule Over Special Counsel Conflicts of Interest

While the political press was fixated on the smoldering aftermath of Mitch McConnell’s chicanery in Alabama and the smoking ruin of Roy Moore’s political career, other fun stuff was going on. In particular, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein was on Capitol Hill testifying before the …

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Conservatives Cheer as Justice Willett is Confirmed to Fifth Circuit

The Senate voted today to confirm Texas Supreme Court Justice Don Willett to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, a move cheered by conservative activists and legal scholars. Willett’s nomination was approved by the Senate Judiciary Committee last week on a 11-9 …

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RedState’s Watercooler, 12/13 Open Thread

Welcome back to another installment of the Watercooler, RedState’s daily Open Thread! Today, we’ve got… well, I’m in a place where my sharp tongue does me no favors despite hours of trying, so I decided it was best after all this delay to skip a …

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Meghan McCain and Joe Biden Share An Emotional Moment Over Her Dad’s Cancer Diagnosis On The View

Former Vice President Joe Biden gave a heartfelt message of hope to Meghan McCain on The View on Wednesday over her dad’s recent brain cancer diagnosis. Biden’s son, Beau, passed away in 2015 after a long battle with glioblastoma, a rapid-growing and aggressive form of …

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LIVE: President Trump Speaking on ‘Tax Cut and Jobs Act’ Agreement

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Trump’s Flaky Judicial Pick Withdraws His Name from Consideration

After Tuesday night’s shellacking in Alabama, it seems the White House may be feeling a bit “stung.” With that in mind, they may be moving a bit more cautiously on some of their picks for key appointments. One Trump pick, in particular, would be Brett …

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Face It: The Polls Were Right

The big myth is that The Polls Got It Wrong in 2016. But the elections in 2017 have made it clear that the polls are actually getting it right. U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore’s campaign signs are seen during a campaign rally, Tuesday, Dec. 5, …

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Joe Biden is Totally Running In 2020, and He’s Not Hiding it Well

Joe Biden is a bad poker player. I’ve never actually sat down at a table with the guy, but he doesn’t bluff very well. A prime example is all his continual talk about “maybe” “possibly” “considering” “looking into” talk about a 2020 presidential run against …

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Congress Makes Deal for Final Tax Cut Vote

It appears we’ve got a deal on the comprehensive tax reform package currently being negotiated by the House and Senate. The two bodies are working together to reconcile the bill before it goes back to their respective chambers for another vote. Republican leadership is looking …

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