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High Court to Say if Pregnancy Centers Can Be Forced to Advertise Abortions

High Court to Say if Pregnancy Centers Can Be Forced to Advertise Abortions

An anti-abortion pregnancy crisis center in 2016 ran afoul of a then-new California law that requires such nonprofit organizations to tell women that they are eligible for free or low-cost “family …

FBI ‘Failed to Preserve’ 5 Months of Text Messages from Anti-Trump Mueller Staffers

Federal officials “failed to preserve” text messages from two FBI executives who were virulently opposed to then-presidential candidate Donald Trump during a key five-month period of the 2016 presidential campaign, according to Senate Homeland Security Chairman Ron Johnson. … and received on FBI mobile devices failed to preserve text messages for Mr. Strzok and Ms. […]

‘ICE Has Your Six,’ Fed Immigration Chief Tells California Cops

‘ICE Has Your Six,’ Fed Immigration Chief Tells California Cops

Speaking on Fox News’ “The Ingraham Angle” Thursday night, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Acting Director Thomas Homan assured local California police officials that “ICE has your six …

Here’s the Two Clinton Issues That Could Shake America in 2018

Here’s the Two Clinton Issues That Could Shake America in 2018

When former congressman Corrine Brown reports to a federal prison this month to begin serving a five-year sentence for her role in an $800,000 charity fraud, the question will be raised about why she is in jail but Hillary Clinton remains free. … then-chief deputy, James Comey, in 2004 and 2005. Nothing came of the […]

Wounded Vet Has a Bone to Pick with Restaurant

Wounded Vet Has a Bone to Pick with Restaurant

A vision-impaired veteran claims he was wronged by a California restaurant after it refused to let his dog join him for dinner. Readen Clavier, an Iraq War veteran who suffered head injuries when his vehicle was hit by an IUD in Balad, told KTVU that he was denied a meal at Inchin’s Bamboo in San […]

How Parents Can Combat Liberal Bias in Schools

How Parents Can Combat Liberal Bias in Schools

Shortly after Donald Trump won the presidency last November — in what “Big Agenda” author David Horowitz called a political earthquake — nearly 5,000 Seattle high school students marched out of school to protest the election results. Many of them wore Black Lives Matter T-shirts. The now-embattled mayor of Seattle, Ed Murray, tweeted his support […]

Trump Faces Difficult Task of Corralling Divided GOP on Tax Reform

Trump Faces Difficult Task of Corralling Divided GOP on Tax Reform

The White House claims it is making progress on tax reform and could roll out part of its plan next week, but the president’s increasingly contentious relationship with lawmakers on the Hill has put a pall over the effort’s progress. President Donald Trump has been using Twitter to blast Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and […]

Drawing a Link Between Guest-Worker Programs and Depressed Wages

Drawing a Link Between Guest-Worker Programs and Depressed Wages

Reviewing data released by the federal government, the Pew Research Center last week concluded that U.S. companies planned to pay high-end guest workers salaries in fiscal year 2016 that exceed those earned by comparable American workers. The median salary stated on applications for H-1B visas was $80,000, up 15 percent from the $69,445 median in […]

Sanctuary City Crackdown Begins in Earnest

Sanctuary City Crackdown Begins in Earnest

The Justice Department has formally kicked off its long-planned effort to crack down on “sanctuary” jurisdictions, publishing a requirement that cities and counties cooperate with immigration enforcement in order to be eligible for a federal grant. The Justice Department indicated that applicants seeking funds under the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Programs for the […]

What a Cancer Patient Did with Three Months to Live

What a Cancer Patient Did with Three Months to Live

Doctors gave Edie Littlefield Sundby just three months to live. That didn’t mean she got busy planning to die. To get away from the negative effects of her cancer treatment, she decided to undertake an amazing series of walks on the California Mission Trail from Loreto, Mexico, to Sonoma, California — totaling 1,600 miles. That […]

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