Senators to Loretta Lynch: No, You Cannot
Punish Climate Change "Deniers"
So, Romney Is Giving A Third Party Bid Another Look...Good Luck
Ohio Obamacare co-op collapses
Trump Has Officially Clinched the GOP Nomination
World Leaders, Along with Obama, Are 'Rattled' by Trump
and the American People, that's good, they should be
Rubio willing to speak on Trump's behalf at convention
No VP for Marco? Trump urges Rubio to run for reelection
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Conservatives in Crisis - American 2016 Edition

I seem to have been writing articles about conservatism all my life. Not quite, but almost. The first such article for which I was paid appeared in print in 1969 in the Swinton Journal (which, not at all coincidentally, was the first magazine I ever edited.) The article had the uninviting title "The Direction of Conservatism," and in it I advocated educational vouchers, road pricing, flexible exchange rates, and many other good things from the handbook of classical liberalism. It had quite an impact too.

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Elizabeth Warren hosts her own version of "Laugh-In" while on the stump for Hillary. Look out, Donald, Senator Buzzi is maaaad.

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Sen. Sessions: Called on Hillary to Condemn the Violent Protesters in Albuquerque

Clinton looks to pop Trump's populist appeal---Good Luck

Donald Trump has cast himself as a populist hero during the 2016 campaign: A champion of impoverished middle class Americans shunned by a corrupt political establishment.
Hillary Clinton is launching a concerted effort to pull that image apart, beginning with highlighting quotes from 2006 and 2007 where the real estate mogul speculated he could cash in on a housing market crash. The message is simple: Trump is pretending to be a defender of middle class Americans when in fact, he has sought to personally benefit from their losses.

Remaking Rutland, VT with Refugees

The character of the city of Rutland, Vermont is facing major change. Nestled in the beautiful Green Mountains of Vermont, it is an unsuspecting city targeted for refugee resettlement. After being kept in the dark since their mayor's unilateral decision to accept 100 Syrian and Iraqi refugees in October, Rutland citizens should investigate the threatening impact that refugee resettlement has on their own public security, economic stability and community health before it's too late.

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