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If voter fraud by out-of-state Democrats managed to sway New Hampshire elections the implications are huge

Voter fraud commission working with states Did voter fraud in New Hampshire save ObamaCare from being repealed? The Presidential Commission on Election Integrity is meeting Tuesday in New Hampshire and may eventually provide an answer. A debate is raging in the state, home of the first presidential primary, about whether state election laws were violated last November by out-of-state Democrats who... Read More

Judge Andrew Napolitano: DACA and the rule of law 

Trump administration confirms end to DACA program
Earlier this week, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that in six months, the Department of Justice will begin the long process for deportation proceedings against 800,000 young people who came to America as babies and young children in the care of their parents and others because those entries into this country were and remain unlawful. When President Obama signed numerous... Read More

Beauty Queen refuses pageant title after being told to diet

  Beauty Queen refuses pageant title after being told to diet A beauty queen headed for an international competition has returned her crown and withdrawn from the pageant after being told to lose weight by its organizers. Zoiey Smale, who was named Miss United Kingdom in June, was slated to compete in the Miss United Continents pageant scheduled for September,... Read More

‘Spin your left-wing wet dreams’ Former Trump aide lashes Channel 4 host in heated clash

‘Spin your left-wing wet dreams’ Former Trump aide lashes Channel 4 host in heated clash
  ‘Spin your left-wing wet dreams’ Former Trump aide lashes Channel 4 host in heated clash Former deputy assistant to the President, Mr Gorka, told Krishnan Guru-Murthy in a heated clash that the left had “normalised violence” and many were as bad as the Ku Klux Klan. His comments come after a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia turned violent... Read More

Wall Street Journal Editor Admonishes Reporters Over Trump Coverage 

Gerard Baker, the editor in chief of The Wall Street Journal, has faced unease and frustration in his newsroom over his stewardship of the newspaper’s coverage of President Trump, which some journalists there say has lacked toughness and verve. Some staff members expressed similar concerns on Wednesday after Mr. Baker, in a series of blunt late-night emails, criticized his staff over their... Read More

Immigration battlefield widens for President, GOP…

Immigration battlefield widens for President, GOP…
Immigration battlefield widens for President, GOP… Congress is bracing for several fights this fall over immigration and border security as the Trump administration struggles to make good on its campaign promises.  The battle could pit President Trump against moderates and senators up for reelection in 2018, who want a more comprehensive approach to both issues. Lawmakers must pass legislation by... Read More

LIGHTNING ZAPPING FEWER AMERICANS…

LIGHTNING ZAPPING FEWER AMERICANS…
LIGHTNING ZAPPING FEWER AMERICANS… AP Photo/Mark Wallheiser WASHINGTON (AP) — Lightning – once one of nature’s biggest killers -is claiming far fewer lives in the United States, mostly because we’ve learned to get out of the way. In the 1940s, when there were fewer people, lightning killed more than 300 people annually. So far this year, 13 people have died... Read More

Air pollution ups stress hormones, alters metabolism…

Air pollution ups stress hormones, alters metabolism… NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Breathing dirty air causes stress hormones to spike, new research suggests, which could help explain why long-term exposure to pollution is associated with heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and a shorter life span. Dr. Haidong Kan of Fudan University in Shanghai, China, and colleagues looked specifically at the health... Read More