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The GOP Dreams of Bipartisan Peace but Won't Get It

In 1992, Hurricane Andrew unleashed on South Florida the world’s most expensive insured loss for natural disasters up until that time. Florida quickly adopted new measures to protect against future storms, such as

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Assuming Kavanaugh: The Dialectic in Praxis

  The Dialectic of Desire  Assuming Kavanaugh: The Dialectic in Praxis by John Frost Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy? Caught in a landslide, No escape from reality. Open your eyes,

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Dear World: No, We Don’t Actually Owe You Anything

In the fall of 2012, an elderly California man named Jay Leone found himself the victim of a home invasion. As he sat, ordered to stay still as the thief rifled through his things, the man remembered he had a gun in

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Be Bold, and Speak Truth.

A few days ago I sat scrolling through Facebook—and a video appeared on my feed. In short (and you can watch the full video plus more here), the clip was about why he walked away from the liberal left he once

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Michelle Wolf and the Left’s Passionate, Slobbering and Wildly Hypocritical Love Affair with Abortion

I started my day out like every other. I had a million things to do today, including two projects I needed to submit to clients. It was your standard “I can’t afford to lose any time” kind

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The Left Blames Trump For A 16 Year Old Policy Passed By Democrats

PUBLIC LAW 107–296—NOV. 25, 2002 116 STAT. 2135 6 USC 101 note.  [H.R. 5005] Homeland Security Act of 2002. (PDF) First off lets make something absolutely clear. The left calling this law a Trum