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A Repeal Bill That Even the GOP Can Pass

While Lamar Alexander and other Republican quislings in the Senate have busied themselves negotiating the terms of surrender on Obamacare, the House Ways and Means Committee quietly approved a bill that could eliminate one of the “reform” law’s most dangerous provisions. The bill, sponsored by …

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Boeing’s Tariff Fiasco

Sometimes trade issues are heavily nuanced, requiring a great deal of understanding of complicated economic relationships. But other times trade issues are just one corporation trying to gut-punch another because it can. Boeing’s recent attempt to hit a rival with tariffs is good example. The …

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Canada asks U.S. help to stop illegal border crossings

(CBC) — Canada’s Public Safety Minister has told his American counter part to keep a “wary eye” on the travel visas it issues to the United States. In an interview Sunday with CBC News, Goodale said Canadian officials have identified trends where documents issued from …

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Ref suspended after walking out as player kneels

(INDYSTAR) — INDIANAPOLIS – Jim Saddler is sorry. That’s the first thing he wants you to know. Not sorry for being angry — he’s still pretty angry — but for the way he handled his anger when he saw a volleyball player kneeling during the …

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Blacks want Kaepernick to lead Black Lives Matter

(WASHINGTON EXAMINER) — Eight of 10 African Americans believe that the Black Lives Matter movement is effective but feel it could have even greater impact if it wasn’t so splintered and instead led by a national spokesman like former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, according to …

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Bush And McCain’s Discredited Alternative To Trumpism

GOP luminaries would like to bring back Bushism Continue Reading....

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Jimmy Carter applies for encore North Korea gig

(Paul Mirengoff) Jimmy Carter tells Maureen Dowd “I would go” to North Korea to negotiate with Kim Jong Un. Apparently, he has told the Trump administration, via its national security adviser H.R. McMaster, the same thing. So far, says Carter, the response has been negative. …

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Nothing is Sacred or Off-Limits When Opposing Trump

George W. Bush ascended the podium at a forum hosted by his think tank last week and violated his familys prime directive: Never speak ill of a successor. Continue Reading....

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The Establishment Flunkies Flunk Out

All human institutions are essentially a reboot of high school, and within the political scene the Never Trumpers are convinced that they are the cool kids despite being the chess club of American politics. Continue Reading....

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A Guard Dog, a Ghoulish Clown, a Warrior, and Remembering Sergeant La David Johnson

In the sadly contentious matter of remembering Sergeant La David Johnson, the villain turns out to be Congresswoman Fredericka Wilson, more of a ghoulish clown, really. President Trump plays the role of a loyal guard dog who doth bark too much, and General John Kelly …

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