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Woman Allegedly Punches Former NYPD Officer Over ‘Make Fifty Great Again’ Hat

by Hannah Bleau A retired NYPD officer says a woman punched him in the face over his MAGA-style “Make Fifty Great Again” birthday hat. According to reports, the former cop, Daniel Sprague, was celebrating his 50th birthday at The Stage … Continue reading

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Pollak: Conservatives Will Not Forgive Senate for Buckling on Impeachment

by Joel Pollak The spectacle Thursday of the Senate swearing in Chief Justice John Roberts, and the Senators fraudulently swearing that they would deliver impartial justice, brought home the fact that the impeachment of President Donald Trump is very real. … Continue reading

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Lawsuit: More Than 2.5K Dead People Are Registered to Vote in Detroit

by John Binder More than 2,500 dead Americans remain on the voter rolls in Detroit, Michigan, according to a federal lawsuit filed this week. The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) filed a lawsuit in federal court this week against the … Continue reading

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Democrat Alcee Hastings, Who Was Impeached and Removed, Makes Impeachment Rules – Now That Seems Fair, “Don’t” It?

by Joel B. Pollak Rep. Alcee Hastings (D-FL) is the second-ranking Democrat on the House Rules Committee, which is setting the rules for the “impeachment inquiry” into President Donald Trump. Hastings himself was impeached and removed from office in 1989 … Continue reading

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Union Leaders Plead Guilty to Arson, Violence and Extortion

Unions:  The more things change, the more they stay the same. “We’re trying to use the power of persuasion, and if that doesn’t work, we’re going to use the use the persuasion of power.” – Andy Stern, President of SEIU. … Continue reading

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