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    New Gov Takes a Kick at the Kans.
    November 13, 2018

    I know from experience that laws are hard to pass -- and they're just as hard to change. That's by design. Laws are meant to provide some stability from one administration to the next. But apparently, someone needs to share that insight to the new governor of Kansas, Laura Kelly (D). (continue reading...)

    The Leader of the Free (Abortion) World
    November 13, 2018

    Congress's freshmen aren't the only ones getting oriented to their new jobs. Yesterday, Planned Parenthood's new president officially took over the country's biggest abortion business. And her biggest goal seems is getting you to bankroll it. (continue reading...)

    Heroism in the Blink of an Eye
    November 12, 2018

    "I wouldn't change anything," Marine Corporal Kyle Carpenter insists when he's asked. Eight years later, he doesn't remember much about that November 21, 2010 day in southwestern Afghanistan. It's frustrating, he says, not to be able to connect all of the pieces. But what Kyle can't explain, his scars do. They're the markings of a hero -- the kind who was willing to die to save the life of his best friend. (continue reading...)

    Florida Dems: Steal Going Strong?
    November 9, 2018

    There are plenty of threats to democracy, but what happens in the voting booth shouldn't be one of them! Tell that to the people of Florida. Days after the media called the Senate and governor's races for Rick Scott (R) and Ron DeSantis (R), election officials have suddenly "found" tens of thousands of Democratic votes.  (continue reading...)

    A Washington Post Mortem on SPLC
    November 9, 2018

    "'See that speck there?" retired Lt. Gen. William G. 'Jerry' Boykin says, directing my gaze to the ceiling of the Family Research Council's lobby in Washington. I spy a belly-button-size opening in the plaster. 'That's a bullet hole.'" (continue reading...)

    Voters Recoil at House Gun Agenda
    November 9, 2018

    California's Nancy Pelosi (D) has been waiting to get her hands back on the House speaker's gavel for nearly a decade. Now that she might, it's obvious how she plans to use it: as a hammer on the values of everyday Americans. (continue reading...)

    Justice Was Served by Sessions
    November 8, 2018

     It may be an election week, but one of the biggest Washington shakeups had nothing to do with Congress. After two years of trying to clean up a Justice Department that had become almost synonymous with the deep state, Attorney General Jeff Sessions resigned. (continue reading...)

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