Senate Could Throw Out Impeachment Articles as Unconstitutional

By David Kamioner Fox News reports on Wednesday that 21 GOP Attorneys General have requested that the U.S. Senate bounce both articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, saying that the impeachment and trial, “establishes a dangerous historical precedent.” They pulled no punches. “If not expressly repudiated by the Senate, the theories animating both Articles […]

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Israel-US Model Is Unconventional, and Successful

Whether by accident or by deliberate osmosis, Israel and the U.S. have adopted similar solutions to their existential problems. Before 2002, during the various Palestinian intifadas, Israel suffered hundreds of deaths and thousands of injuries from suicide bombers freely crossing from the West Bank and Gaza into Israel. In response, Israel planned a vast border […]

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ANALYSIS: Iran is busy avenging Soleimani

Last Friday, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei held a very rare sermon after the obligatory Friday prayers. The move was clearly related to the assassination of Qassem Soleimani the commander of the Quds Force of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) by the US Army on January 3rd. The IRGC can take the fight […]

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5 Flash Points From Impeachment Trial’s Opening Arguments

House prosecutors claimed Wednesday that President Donald Trump is trying to “cheat” to win the 2020 election, as opening arguments from each side commenced in the Senate impeachment trial of the president.  The seven House Democrats who are impeachment managers, acting as prosecutors, made their case against Trump. They include House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff […]

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Bay Harbor Island Cop Fired for liking wife’s anti-terrorist comments on social media posts

The husband of a Hallandale Beach commissioner who was condemned for anti-Terrorism comments was placed on administrative leave by the Bay Harbor Islands police department Thursday for social media posts appearing to show support for his wife’s views. Pablo Lima, a corporal in Bay Harbor Islands and a former vice president of the Miami-Dade police […]

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What You Need to Know About Religious School Case at the Supreme Court

Should families be able to use school choice tax credits on religious schools? That’s the question that’s at the heart of Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue, which the Supreme Court is hearing Wednesday. Heritage Foundation legal scholar and host of the podcast “SCOTUS 101” Elizabeth Slattery breaks down the case for us. Read a […]

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The Media’s Shameful Depiction of Pro-Second Amendment Protests in Virginia

It’s the tea party all over again. Way back in 2009 the press, followed by a gaggle of left-wing commentators and politicians, did a number on tea party protests, often portraying them—with little evidence—as driven by racist rage against President Barack Obama rather than principled opposition to his administration’s policies. These same tactics were on […]

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Joe Biden’s Brother Frank Received $54,000,000 in Taxpayer Loans from Obama Admin W/ No Experience

HARIS ALIC Frank Biden, the youngest brother of former Vice President Joe Biden, saw his business interests benefit from millions of dollars in taxpayer loans to Caribbean nations during the Obama years. The extensive overlap in Frank Biden’s dealings and Obama-Biden foreign policy in Central America is exposed in Peter Schweizer’s new book—Profiles in Corruption: […]

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Earth’s Climate History: What the Doomsayers Don’t Want Voters to Know

By John Eidson Absent historical context, extreme weather can be overhyped in ways that lead uninformed voters to conclude that acts of God such as severe droughts and floods never happened before humans began using fossil fuels. In fact, extreme weather has occurred with monotonous regularity for millions of years.  Below is an infinitesimal sampling of the […]

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