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Sean Spicer Hasn't Changed Just Because He Made Some Jokes

Sean Spicer’s appearance at Sunday night’s Emmy awards was funny, but still problematic. 

NY Times Reporter Equates Volunteer Work To Child Labor

The idea that the young Frank Giaccio was somehow being exploited by asking to mow the White House lawn is simply asinine. 

Kaspersky Software Banned On U.S. Government Computers

The Kaspersky ban may be one of the first tangible examples of policymakers wielding their authority in response to suspicions of 2016 Russian election interference.

What Does Bernie’s Medicare For All Bill Mean?

We may not see Sanders’ bill ever come to fruition, but there’s a better-than-average chance that a more moderate bill will get through.

Political Violence, Police Militarization And Antifa

These two issues are locked in a codependent feedback loop, one necessitating and rationalizing the other. 

Leftists Shocked Young Women Are Buying Handguns

It’s not a huge surprise, liberals. You’ve been telling women to look over their shoulders for years.

Congress Isn't Interested In Reducing The National Debt

Trump needs a Congress that will help him in making hard, but much needed cuts to spending. If Congress won't help, we need to replace them. 

A Sober Look at Mattis’ 'Clashes’ with the President

Let's take a look at two of Trump's policies more closely to see of the men are really at odds with eachother. 

ESPN Took The Easy Way Out On Jemele Hill Controversy

ESPN could have defended Hill’s right to her beliefs; instead, they slunk away from a fight worth having.

ESPN Controversy Isn’t About Words, It’s About Hypocrisy

The outrage aimed at ESPN goes far deeper, and dates back much further, than the latest saga illustrating their hypocrisy when it comes to their employees’ political leanings.

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