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ABC News’ Jonathan Karl recently argued that Peter Schweizer, author of “Clinton Cash,” has done important and “very serious journalism” detailing the crimes and corruption of the Clinton Foundation.
It seems that Donald Trump’s heaviest “lift” may actually be convincing conservatives to vote for him.
Why are liberals so anti-science when it comes to abortion?
Science tells us that from the moment of conception, a separate human being, with unique DNA, exists.
Don’t look now, but CAPITALISM is saving India’s poorest and changing the way the world works!
The state of Georgia has been experimenting with a new approach to criminal justice reform that leans on civil society to stop recidivism.
Since the reforms only began in 2011, it’s early to judge their effectiveness to date, but the initial results are encouraging. The overall prison population is down, fewer Georgia youth are being incarcerated, and the number of blacks entering the prison system in 2015 was at its lowest level since 1988.
The disgusting violence in Chicago just reached a whole new level of deplorable after gangbangers admitted to murdering a 9-year old boy and saying that they wanted to torture him first, but had no time.
Larry the Cable Guy says that he’ll be voting for Gary Johnson in November.
Another Democrat carpetbagger tries to pull the wool over voters’ eyes.
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