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Infamous Steele anti-Trump dossier disproven by Mueller's first Russia indictments

(Washington Times) – The Christopher Steele dossier allegation that an “extensive conspiracy” existed between the Donald Trump campaign and the Kremlin wasn’t borne out in the special counsel’s first charges of Russian election interference. Special Counsel Robert Mueller brought a grand jury indictment against 13 …

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Trump says Russian indictments prove 'no collusion' with his campaign

(Washington Times) – President Trump said Friday that the indictments against 13 Russians for interfering in the 2016 presidential election show that his campaign didn’t collude with Moscow, and that he beat Hillary Clinton fair and square. “Russia started their anti-US campaign in 2014, long …

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Mark Zuckerberg colludes with Russia

(Washington Examiner) – The Bolshevik Revolution turned 100 last October. As Friday’s indictment of Russia’s Internet Research Agency reminds us, it’s been 100 years of tyrannical and murderous Russian regimes working to subvert democracy wherever they can and distort American public opinion by any means …

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Larry Klayman Seeks Appointment as Special Counsel to Root Out Mueller Et Al.

(Larry Klayman) – I am talking about ending the prosecutorial jihad of Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who, with his band of ultra-leftist political hack prosecutors, continues not only to chew up hard-earned and scarce taxpayer resources, but daily leaks grand jury and other confidential information …

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An unusual turn in the Michael Flynn case?

(Byron York) – Observers are buzzing about a series of events in the last 60 days in the case of Michael Flynn, the Trump national security adviser who on Dec. 1 pleaded guilty to one count of lying to the FBI in the Trump-Russia investigation. …

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Here comes Mitt Romney

(Washington Examiner) – Mitt Romney on Friday was set to announce his campaign for Utah’s Senate seat that will almost certainly succeed, and will only be burdened by attributes that candidates normally kill for — universal name recognition and the captivated attention of the national …

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Slammed by Utah GOP chairman, Mitt Romney's Senate candidacy could be rougher than expected

(Washington Examiner) – Mitt Romney’s ascension to Congress’s upper chamber may be a safe bet, but that doesn’t mean he’ll have an easy road. Just as the news broke indicating Romney will announce his candidacy for Orrin Hatch’s, R-Utah, Senate seat on Thursday, Utah’s Republican …

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Race and IQ: A high school science fair project ignites a storm

(Selwyn Duke) – We don’t know the student’s name, but we do know that he hit a nerve in fact, he hit a whole bunch of them. Identified only as a boy of Asian descent at C.K. McClatchy High School in California, the teen’s recent …

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Why school shootings: not enough God, not enough guns

(Bryan Fischer) – I know a man who was living in a neighborhood a man when a salesman came door to door selling home security systems. He told the salesman he already had one.”What’s your security system?” he asked. The man replied, “God and a …

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The Rise of Rachael DenHollander

(A.J. Castellitto) – Rachael DenHollander is a tireless advocate for the vulnerable and wounded among us who have no voice. A sexual abuse survivor herself, she has recently come out in defense of those who have their own story to tell. … Continue Reading....

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