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03/23/2017 at 18:38. Facebook
Moms and dads in Montgomery County, Maryland are terrified and angry -- and with good reason.

They don't know how many more illegal immigrant predators might be living among them -- waiting to brutally rape another 14-year-old American school girl.

via Todd Starnes

Mayors of sanctuary cities should be thrown in jail
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03/23/2017 at 16:08. Facebook
The “big three” networks -- ABC, CBS, and NBC -- continued their shameful blackout into Wednesday night of the horrifying rape of a teenage girl in a Maryland high school bathroom, allegedly by two men, including one who police say is in the U.S. illegally.

Networks censor alleged rape by illegal alien but gave 11 minutes in two days to fake UVA rape
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03/22/2017 at 19:58. Facebook
"Devastating!" shouts Chuck Schumer. Even Republicans are unhappy. Big spending "conservative" congressman Hal Rogers calls President Donald Trump's proposed budget cuts "draconian, careless and counterproductive."

But Trump's cuts are good! Why do politicians always assume that government spending helps people? It always has unintended consequences.

via John Stossel

John Stossel: Is Trump's budget 'draconian, careless and counterproductive'?
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03/21/2017 at 17:10. Facebook
After eight long months of pushing one conspiracy theory after another, liberals still refuse to accept a simple truth: There's not one shred of evidence showing collusion between President Trump and the Russians.

via Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity: James Comey's FBI can't comment - unless it hurts President Trump
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03/21/2017 at 15:39. Facebook
Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., the House Democratic leader, reduces the many problems with the GOP health care plan to this: “They have no idea how to explain stealing $600 billion from working families’ health care to give more tax breaks to the richest people in our country.”

via Juan Williams

For GOP, a domino effect on health and taxes
President Trump is facing calls to retract and apologize for his sensational claim that former President Barack Obama wiretapped Trump Tower last year. The chances of that happening are approximately zero, but Trump can meet his critics partway. Here’s what he should say:

Michael Goodwin: Here are 23 ways Trump should follow up his wiretap claims
Suggesting that Donald Trump should keep his head down, ignore petty slights and soldier on is like telling a raging bull to cover up his privates; both are unlikely propositions. Nonetheless, it’s good advice.

Trump train rolling, in spite of everything
Last October, after an intense, bizarre and exhausting day covering the election, I came home and told my husband Peter I needed to regroup.

I was suffocating from superficiality. I needed to reset my heart, reconnect with him, and do something together as a couple to the benefit of other people.

via Dana Perino

Dana Perino: How I reset my heart, after a brutal election -- My visit to Mercy Ships
NBC may have hit a new low by releasing the president's tax returns, but what we're seeing from the alt-left, propaganda-pushing, destroy-Donald-Trump-media is nothing new.

via Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity: Alt-left media killed journalism in quest to bury Trump
There is more judicial tyranny to warn you about. The latest - Judge Derrick Watson of Hawaii - he blocked President Trump's temporary immigration ban.

via Todd Starnes

Starnes: Maybe Trump should send all the refugees to Hawaii?
Here’s what my patients want to know: If I get sick, will someone take care of me, and will I get better? If I have health insurance, will it get me the tests and treatment I need? If I pay a high premium, can it go toward lowering my deductible? If I choose a high deductible, will my premiums be lower? If I have pneumonia, will I have to wait to see my doctor behind someone who has a...
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Dr. Marc Siegel: What my patients want to know about ObamaCare's replacement
President Donald Trump has made the defeat of the Islamic State one of his administration’s top priorities – and rightly so.

via Joel C. Rosenberg

Are we winning or losing the war with ISIS?
Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney faces a unique challenge. He must build a federal budget that accounts for President Donald Trump’s focus on frugality, deregulation and his extraordinary bargaining ability – a challenge to the traditional budget scoring process.

via Newt Gingrich

Newt Gingrich: The critical task of staying true to Trump in the president's first budget
Back in the 1980s, syndicated TV journalist Geraldo Rivera appeared live on TV to open a secret vault in a Chicago hotel that had once belonged to mobster Al Cabone.

It turned out to contain only debris.

But at least he didn’t know what would be inside when he hyped the story.

John Fund: Maddow's Trump taxes fail still more proof that liberal media can't accept defeat
Has the media gotten worse? Or am I just grouchier?

Every day I see things that are wrong or that so miss the point I want to scream.

John Stossel: Our ignorant mainstream media -- four incredible examples
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer was in an Apple store over the weekend - just minding his business when he was set upon by a raging liberal -- a fuming feminist -- foaming at the mouth.

via Todd Starnes

Todd Starnes: Hey, Sean Spicer, I was attacked by a raging feminist, too
In July 2012 I was speaking at a youth retreat in the mountains of Tennessee when I received a call from CNN. It seemed that Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy had publicly commented on the issue of same-sex marriage and now the gay mafia were out to destroy him and his restaurant chain. Would I, asked CNN, be willing to offer the orthodox Christian perspective on homosexuality and defend Chick-fil-A...
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My message for Evangelicals: Stop being candy-assed Christians
That’s right: Truly loving relationships make us live longer.

via Keith Ablow

Now, there's proof: Love keeps people alive longer
Years ago, before my children were old enough to work, I began a private file of lessons I wanted to be sure to share with them when they began to consider their first job.

After serving as Vice President of Talent and Vice President of Human Resources at Chick-fil-A, I had accumulated a list full of both best practices from great candidates and mistakes of job candidates.

via Dee Ann Turner

Chick-fil-A vice president: How to find your first job (the career advice I give my own kids)
The Air Force fears that words like boy, girl, colonial and blacklist might offend people, according to an email sent to Airmen at Joint Base San Antonio.

An outraged Airman sent me a copy of the email – as evidence the military is still infected with Obama-era political correctness.

via Todd Starnes

Exclusive: Air Force says words like 'boy' and 'girl' could be offensive