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Poll Shows Congressional Republicans In New Jersey Vulnerable Thanks To Trump’s Poor Numbers

It may surprise some people, but there are members of Congress from New Jersey who are Republicans. Currently, five members of the New Jersey delegation are Republicans. That could all change in November. Overall, Republicans are improving on the general ballot on a national level, …

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The Left Continues to Wonder Why NeverTrumpers Won’t Join Their Side. Seriously.

It’s been nearly eighteen months since the presidential election, and many are still left wondering what happened. Despite often wishing that the reality before us looked quite different, Donald J. Trump is our president. He is the leader of a nation made up of staunch …

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So Today Hasn’t Been a Total Loss for Michael Cohen (He Gets a Win in Court)

Well, it hasn’t been a complete bust for Trump fixer personal attorney, Michael Cohen today. Cohen and his attorney were in a federal court in Manhattan today pushing several points. One of those was that his legal team wanted to see the material seized by …

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Starbucks to Train Workers on “Unconscious Bias” After Having Two Black Men Arrested

Starbucks is in full on damage control mode after one of its stores had two black men arrested at one of its Philadelphia locations for trespassing and being uncooperative. According to Fox affiliate KTXL, the two black men had sat down at the Starbucks, but …

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Textbook Teaches Anti-Trump “Curriculum”

When you send your kids to school in the morning, do you think they’re learning the basics, or do you think they’re being indoctrinated into a political worldview? OK, at this point, you probably know they’re being indoctrinated into a political worldview. Silly question. However, …

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Did McCabe Ever Tell the FBI About His Wife’s Senate Campaign or Clinton-Linked Funds?

The Justice IG report has a treasure trove of loose ends that need to be explored…and they would be if Andrew McCabe were known to be a Republican or he’d served under a Republican president. One of the interesting sidelines is whether deputy FBI director …

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March Madness and Outrage Fatigue

Anti- Second Amendment activist David Hogg sent out a tweet on Monday saying he was hard at work on yet another march. My first reaction wasn’t anger or ridicule, it was fatigue. “Another one?”, I thought to myself. “I don’t think I have the bandwidth for …

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Climate Change is Now Climate Restoration (But It’s Still Climate Change)

Climate change by any other name is still an attempt to scare people into believing that their daily habits are causing the literal world to die so they might open their wallets and give a little to the cause. Or convince them to use their …

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Jen Psaki Misses the Mark on Why Some Politicians Survive Scandal and Others Don’t

On Friday, former State Department and Obama administration aide Jen Psaki wrote a piece for CNN about why some politicians survive sex scandals and others do not. It largely consists of a list of superficial reasons based on relatively recent case studies. Psaki approaches the …

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Is the Criminal Case Against Missouri Governor Eric Greitens About To Be Dismissed?

Another hearing was held today in the criminal case pending against Missouri’s Governor, Eric Greitens.  As detailed previously here and here, Governor Greitens is charged with Felony Invasion of Privacy for allegedly photographing his mistress in a state of undress and threatening to publish it …

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