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3 Common Immigration Myths Debunked

In this past election, Trump’s supporters embraced his calls for increasing immigration restrictions in a country that already has restrictive immigration policies. Now that he is in office, President Trump is planning to “publicize crimes by undocumented immigrants; strip such immigrants of privacy protections; enlist local police officers as enforcers; …

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Banks Flagging Frequent Pharmacy Trips, Bulk DVD Rentals, and Other Ordinary Activity to Turn Over Tips to Government Snoops

All sorts of normal behavior are now triggering financial surveillance as banks try to comply with confused government policies on human trafficking. American and British banks are monitoring customers’ contraception purchases, DVD-rental frequency, dining-out habits, and more in a misguided attempt to detect human traffickers, according to a new report …

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When Equal Access Means Zero Access for All

There is irrational comfort taken in the belief that man-made laws somehow ensure equality for all. More often than not, the exact opposite is true. Within the next week, UC Berkeley will be forced to remove over 20,000 lectures, videos, and other digital documents from its free online library. While …

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PragerU Kicks Off 2017 School Choice Initiative

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 23, 2017—Today, PragerU marked the launch of a four-part yearlong “School Choice Now” campaign, with the release of the video, “Why Good Teachers Want School Choice”, and the unveiling of the SchoolChoiceNow.com website. This inaugural video features Rebecca Friedrichs, an Orange County public school teacher who was …

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Must see videos from CES 2017

It’s the largest electronic show in the world, and it just drew to a close yesterday. CNET TV captured these videos that help to tell the story of what this year’s expo was all about. A gaming laptop with 3 17″ screens from Razer. Yeah, you read that right. The …

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Underfunded Pensions in California to Get Worse in 2017

After two years of minuscule investment returns, the nation’s largest state pension fund—the California Public Employees’ Retirement System—has once again lowered its expected rates of return. Even some CalPERS officials and consultants argue the lowered financial expectations don’t go far enough to shore up the fund’s financial position, as it …

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Rand Paul reminds MSNBC that DNI James Clapper is a liar

Chris Matthews, to his credit, was much more reasonable, and invited Sen. Rand Paul onto his show to discuss the hacking from a less partisan point of view. Paul said that he didn’t think the leaked information about Clinton mattered much in his home state of Kentucky. He also reminded …

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WashPost Is Richly Rewarded for False News About Russia Threat While Public Is Deceived

Completely false reports, reporters with large followings not issuing corrections, and attacks by prominent Democrats on a Bernie Sanders supporting, gay, investigative journalist who refuses to support the Democrat narrative about Russia. I’ve been transformed, overnight, into an early adherent of alt-right ideology, an avid fan of Breitbart, an enthusiastic Trump supporter, and …

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US Rep. Duncan Hunter Rips Down Missouri Student’s Painting at Capitol

Chaotic protest scene depicts cop and protester with animal heads. Painting was hung on wall in tunnel that leads to capitol. California Representative Duncan Hunter said it made him angry. Read more HERE… PAYWALL: This publisher places a view limit on articles on their site and then requires registration. If …

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Federal Debt Climbs $1,054,647,941,626.91 in 2016

That increase in the debt equaled $8,860.65 for each of the 119,026,000 households the Census Bureau estimated there were in the United States as of September. Total debt for an individual household now sits at $78,553.84. Read more from CNSNews.com…

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