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Kentucky Gov. apologizes for saying teachers' strike left kids vulnerable to sex assault, drugs…

Kentucky Gov. apologizes for saying teachers’ strike left kids vulnerable to sex assault, drugs… (Second column, 3rd story, link) Advertise here Continue Reading....

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Trump unleashes on ‘slimeball’ James Comey in tweetstorm — then Comey hits back with his own tweet

Ahead of his highly anticipated book release this Tuesday, former FBI Director James Comey has been in the news a lot as excerpts from his book leak and reveal many of its juicer parts. But President Donald Trump is not happy about some of the …

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Pearson high school history textbook teaches Trump is mentally ill and his supporters are racists

An updated edition of a high school history textbook promotes an anti-Trump narrative and is laced with innuendos that his supporters and white people in general are racists. Alex On-Air, a talk show host with WNOW-FM radio in Indianapolis, Indiana, posted several examples from the …

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Networks Desperately Move the Goalposts on Syria

To read the full article, visit NewsBusters. On Sunday morning, television news personalities begrudgingly showed a small degree of satisfaction with President Trump’s recent military action in Syria. Evidently disturbed by their support for anything Trump, cable and network media hosts collectively lifted the goalposts in …

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He Won’t Listen But Someone Tell Trump His Maniacal Tweets Aren’t Helping Him

People tend to view habits, negatively. We associate the word with actions that are if not bad for us, at least not necessarily good. Smoking is one example of a negative habit as is fingernail biting. Gambling, watching too much television are other examples. But …

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Catch Up On the Week at RedState with the ‘WTH Happened This Week’ Podcast

RedState senior contributor, Kimberly Ross, and assistant editor, Andrea Ruth, bring to you a summary of news from the week and how RedState covered each issue. This week, contributor  Neil Stevens joined the show. Look for our weekly episodes every Saturday morning. You should also …

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Paul Ryan endorses Kevin McCarthy for speaker of the house

Speaker Paul Ryan caused quite a stir when he announced his decision not to run for re-election and become a more active participant in the life of his family. Immediately the speculation began as to who would replace him. The obvious two frontrunners are Majority …

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Pence's tone toward refugees contrasts with Trump's harsher rhetoric…

Pence’s tone toward refugees contrasts with Trump’s harsher rhetoric… (Third column, 9th story, link) Advertise here Continue Reading....

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Do you remember the world before Facebook?

This week, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg testified before the House and Senate. While some of his testimony was laughable as he explained social media to a bunch of baby boomers, much of it was not. Our, CEO, Timothy Maier, who is a boomer, said to …

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Time to stop the hot air and build the wall!

Donald Trump said he would build a wall on our Southern border and that Mexico would pay for it. He was cheered and was elected – that campaign promise being an important part of his appeal to voters. Whether Democrats like it or not, the …

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