• February 23, 2020
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China Opened The Door on Facebook … Then Closed Back Up

Very odd turn of events in the last couple days in the Facebook-China struggle. The company has essentially been blocked by local government policies for the better part of a decade. The world’s biggest social media platform has been struggling for years to enter the world’s biggest market. It seemed like the communist government had […]

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Judge Brett Kavanaugh The Chosen One

Today in a press conference at the White House, the president announced Judge Brett Kavanaugh as his nominee to the Supreme Court. He will fill the void left by Justice Anthony Kennedy after his retirement. Judge Kavanaugh had fought quite a battle at his hearings when appointed to the court of appeals by President George […]

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The Last 3 Standing For Potential Supreme Court Nominee

In the days and weeks following Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement, his potential replacement has been the talk of the town. It was first pointed out that the president had a list of around 25 potential candidates. He has since met with around six court of appeals judges and is said to have narrowed the choice […]

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White House All in On Supreme Court Nominee

President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee is the number one issue in the White House agenda; a moment that will define the Trump Presidency. Sources within the White House seem to agree which is why many key Trump Administration officials will be leaving their usual posts. They are doing so to be part of a committee […]

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New I.C.E. Director What Does This Mean For The Agency

Ronald Vitiello has been appointed to lead I.C.E., an agency that has come under fire from critics in the past couple of weeks. Vitiello assumed his post this Saturday after the former head of the Agency Thomas D. Homan retired. Vitiello has been a long-time border patrol official that had already been promoted by President […]

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Could We Potentially See The End of Legal Abortion?

This whole week we’ve been covering the backlash of the retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy. We kicked the coverage off with an article alluding liberals were trembling at the news. Not even a week removed from the initial statement they have already begun to do so publicly. Many liberal media outlets are already speculating whoever […]

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Newsroom Shootings What’s The Big Picture?

Yesterday we received news of a shooting that took place in the newsroom of the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland. Our thoughts are with the families of our five colleagues who were killed. This note will take a more personal approach because of the information that has surfaced. It is believed alleged shooter Jarrod W. […]

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Democrats Call to Eliminate I.C.E. And Start Over

Over the past few weeks, a lot has been said about U.S. border security. With the liberal media providing fuel for the fire over President Trump’s zero tolerance policy the Government Agency coming into question is the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (I.C.E.). Many Democrat representatives have already spoken out in favor of the abolition […]

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The Potential Supreme Court Nominees: Young and Diverse

Today President Trump once again addressed the retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy from the Supreme Court. Trump stated that Kennedy was a great man and adding that he felt completely honored he decided to retire during his term as president. To the president, it was a vote of confidence that Kennedy had put upon him; […]

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Obama Department of Homeland Security Secretary Tells The Truth

In the past we have been trying to clear up the fake news-media claims regarding the issues at the border. We have seen plenty of pictures that depict children sleeping in cages and other gut-wrenching situations. With anything that goes wrong in this country, the President is immediately blamed. Yet during his term, the number […]

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