Alan Keyes – Renew America -> The 100th year anniversary this month of the end of World War I + The most despised question

Alan Keyes – Renew America -> The 100th year anniversary this month of the end of World War I + The most despised question November 13, 2018 Long-lasting effects of the ‘Great War’ WES VERNON — The 100th year anniversary this month of the end of World War I gave us time to reflect on the worldwide disquiet that ensued after

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The Daily Signal -> A Replay of 2000? Florida Recount Stirs Concerns + If Trump Ended Birthright Citizenship by Executive Order, He’d Be Enforcing Existing Law

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The Daily Signal -> A Replay of 2000? Florida Recount Stirs Concerns + If Trump Ended Birthright Citizenship by Executive Order, He’d Be Enforcing Existing Law   Nov 13, 2018 Good morning from Washington, where the Trump administration’s promotion of school choice could change one sobering fact of Veterans Day weekend: 1 in 5 high school graduates who hope to

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Local socialist goes to war against Jeff Bezos and Amazon’s planned Queens, NY half-a-headquarters

Newly elected Democratic Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says her constituents are outraged at Amazon’s reported plan to locate half of its new headquarters in Queens, NY: We’ve been getting calls and outreach from Queens residents all day about this. The community’s response? Outrage. https://t.co/Jl4OIfa4gC — Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@Ocasio2018) November 13, 2018 She’s right about the corporate welfare though: Amazon is a billion-dollar

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‘Karma in action’! Why is actor Gerard Butler catching so much hate for these #MalibuFire tweets?

Actor Gerard Butler was among the many people whose lives have been turned upside-down by the fires raging in California. Recently, he tweeted about his experience and urged his followers to support firefighters as well as others who have been affected by the devastating fires: Returned to my house in Malibu after evacuating. Heartbreaking time across California. Inspired as ever

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New Republic sounds alarm about Trumpy Bear masking ‘something terrible’ (and helps sell some in the process)

You might have already heard about “Trumpy Bear” and the incredible commercial for same, and all is not well with The New Republic: Like the Teddy Bear, the Trumpy Bear uses cuteness to mask something terrible. https://t.co/Ji5oe6P9My pic.twitter.com/pNnFnoAjkE — The New Republic (@newrepublic) November 12, 2018 Is this real life? Losing your mind over a teddy bear is peak 2018.

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That clears that up: Women’s March declares that it doesn’t ‘endorse’ Farrakhan’s anti-Semitic statements

As our sister site RedState reported, the anti-Semitism of the Women’s March’s leadership has been costing the group some allies recently, with the organization being stripped of a human rights award that it was supposed to be awarded today in Germany. Germany’s Friedrich Ebert Foundation rescinds award to Women’s March because its “organizers have repeatedly attracted attention through antisemitic statements,

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Ratio in progress! People are calling ‘VERY fake news’ on CNN’s headline about ICE

CNN has tossed out a few more apples & bananas for sorting with this story: This year saw the most people in ICE detention since 2001 https://t.co/jxoWOYIV7V pic.twitter.com/Lel4j67uRY — CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) November 12, 2018 “Fake news” spotters didn’t even have to use their binoculars to zero in on this one: ICE didn’t exist before 2003. — Jorge Padilla (@jhpadillaleal)

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SAD! Martha McSally concedes Arizona Senate election to Kyrsten Sinema

Here’s news we didn’t want to hear: #BREAKING Kyrsten Sinema defeats Martha McSally; will be first woman from Arizona in U.S. Senate https://t.co/S1rX8KT9Nm — azcentral (@azcentral) November 13, 2018 Martha McSally has just conceded to Kirsten Sinema — adding another Democratic seat in the Senate. This guarantees Arizona will be seen as a 2020 battleground. Do Democrats have new inroads

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Washington Post: The GOP is just making people worry more about voter suppression by questioning Florida

Plenty of people can point you to a local news story in Florida in which a judge urges everyone to “ramp down the rhetoric,” adding that he’s seen no evidence of wrongdoing in the vote-counting in Broward County. Then again, we can point you to a post about a judge who ruled that Broward County violated the Florida Constitution and public

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Victoria’s Secret being shamed for not having plus-size or gender nonconforming runway models

This important controversy has been brewing for a few days, ever since an interview in Vogue went public and marketing guy Ed Razek went on record saying that Victoria’s Secret should have — but hasn’t — put a transgender or plus-size model in the brand’s fashion show, ever. Now Mic is on it: Since its first show in 1995, no plus-size, out

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