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Should Teachers Be Our Children’s Last Line Of Defense?

One of the myriad questions now being presented before us in the wake of the Parkland shooting is whether or not we should allow teachers permission to carry guns on their person in schools. Think of it as a last line of defense in case …

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The Insanity Of Passing New Gun Laws When The Current Ones Don’t Work

President Donald Trump bows his head during an opening prayer at the start of a listening session with high school students and teachers in the State Dining Room of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster) What can government do …

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Rather Than Testify, McCain Associate Invokes Fifth Amendment Regarding Trump-Russia Dossier

This will set some tongues wagging. The House Intelligence Committee, led by Chairman Devin Nunes, have set their sights on Senator John McCain, or more specifically, on an associate of McCain’s, by the name of David Kramer. Kramer is a former State Department official and …

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The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Friends: Savage Sicko Edition

The gang is back, joined by Washington Free Beacon staff writer Stephen Gutowski to discuss the news of the week. Watch live at 9pm EST (or on-demand any time afterwards). If you prefer audio to video, you can find the show on iTunes or Google Play …

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While the Broward County Sheriff Berated Dana Loesch Last Night He Was Keeping This Terrible Secret From America

So. last night on CNN’s anti-gun propaganda theater one of the stars was Broward County Sheriff and Hillary Clinton booster Scott Israel. Israel had started burnishing his gun-grabbing credentials on Wednesday even as word was leaking out that his department had an extensive history of …

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The Republican Governor, the Nude Photo, and the Indictment

The Republican governor of Missouri has been indicted on felony “invasion of privacy” charges alleging that he threatened to release a nude photo of a woman if she revealed her affair with him: Gov. Eric Greitens was indicted Thursday afternoon by a St. Louis grand …

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CA Senator Resigns After Sexual Harassment Investigation, But Promises He’s Not Done

Late Wednesday night California State Sen. Tony Mendoza (D-Los Angeles) saw the writing on the wall. His former roommate, Senate President Pro Tem (and US Senate candidate) Kevin De Leon introduced a resolution to expel him from the Senate after a sexual harassment investigation was …

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Seattle Author Reports Neighbor’s Confederate Flag, Gets Geography Lesson

Seattle resident Rebecca Morris, a New York Times best selling author, made a call to the Seattle Times to report something disturbing. Someone in on her street was flying a Confederate flag outside their house. Could this be a neo-nazi infiltration of her idyllic Greenwood …

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The Story of Parkland Shooter, Nikolas Cruz, Keeps Getting Stranger

In a bizarre new twist to the story of Parkland, Florida school shooter, Nikolas Cruz, it appears he may lose his court-appointed attorney. The day after he was arrested, Cruz filled out the paperwork required to apply for “criminal indigent” status. He was appointed a …

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Florida Politician Uses Stolen Valor in Claiming Parkland Residency

  Ted Deutch makes a false claim to make him a part of a huge issue.   During the CNN Town Hall on gun control issues a number of politicians from the South Florida area were involved. Senator Marco Rubio was brought out to be …

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