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Democrats’ contribution to Haiti’s ‘S**thole’ status

Good folks aren’t buying Democrats’ sleazy virtue signaling over unsavory language President Trump supposedly used during a private meeting with lawmakers. If these self-righteous gasbags really cared about unsavory language, they would have found some righteous indignation when former President Obama went on one of his profanity-laced rants that news correspondent Ann Compton talked about on C-SPAN in 2014, and when Vice President Biden hurled the F-bomb after Obamacare passed.

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Democrats’ contribution to Haiti’s ‘S**thole’ status

Good folks aren’t buying Democrats’ sleazy virtue signaling over unsavory language President Trump supposedly used during a private meeting with lawmakers. If these self-righteous gasbags really cared about unsavory language, they would have found some righteous indignation when former President Obama went on one of his profanity-laced rants that news correspondent Ann Compton talked about on C-SPAN in 2014, and when Vice President Biden hurled the F-bomb after Obamacare passed.

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National reciprocity is not all that’s in the gun bill

On Wednesday the House of Representatives passed a bill that would require states to honor concealed carry permits from other states. At first glance that would seem to be good for gun rights. But as with all legislation, the devil is in the details – or in this case, the rider that was attached.

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Every party is entitled to ‘an equal dispensation of protection, rights, privileges, and advantages’

When a group or groups of people see another group or sect getting something that the first group does not get – or worse, is forced to supplement – then divisions increase. These divisions can and sometimes do lead to violence.

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Your friendly congressweasel

There was no stomach at all for repealing the fascist Obamacare insurance subsidy system beyond a handful of the most conservative and/or the most vulnerable Senators. Despite seven years of Republican promises to repeal Obamacare, seven Republican Senators voted against a full repeal, and five more voted against the partial repeal. But even that and the dramatic final vote was an illusion.

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DNC ties to criminal Muslims; the treason story you’re not hearing about

The mainstream media is fixating on the phony Donald Trump-Russian collusion narrative while it sweeps a sordid tale of graft and collusion by Democrat politicians and Democrat National Committee employees under the rug. And the more we learn the more we see possible evidence of high-level Democrat treason.

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Growing cadre of lawmakers want to sunset FISA

There is no privacy in America as the Deep State scarfs up every bit of electronic communication transmitted anywhere. But a tipping point may have been or is about to be reached. Conservative Republicans on the Hill are worried that the same spying apparatus that led to the intercepts of Donald Trump’s former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn may be sweeping up too many people (meaning politicians) and flouting what few laws Congress has passed to it.

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