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Nancy Pelosi, Meet Constitution

By Cheryl K. Chumley Speaker Nancy Pelosi, reacting to ongoing impeachment proceedings in the House, issued a remarkably egregious demand, not just once but twice, that went like this: Mr. President, you need to prove your innocence. This, from one … Continue reading

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South Carolina Mayor Charges Racism After Car Defaced, Then Police Find the Facts

A South Carolina mayor immediately proclaimed herself to be a victim of racism after finding her car defaced, but police had a more logical explanation after looking into the incident. Darnell Byrd McPherson, mayor of Lamar, South Carolina, quickly assumed … Continue reading

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