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Trump may try to circumvent Congress to hire Kansas’ Kris Kobach

Architect of one of toughest immigration laws of country may be hired as immigration czar. Read more HERE… This publisher places a view limit on articles on their site and then requires registration. If you want to avoid that, right click on the article and open in incognito window on …

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What Could Go Wrong?

We’ve reached that wonderful time of year when financial pundits pull out their forecaster hats and take a crack at the future. This time the exercise is particularly interesting because we’re at several turning points. Any one of them could remake the entire year overnight. I should probably say up …

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Trump’s Year of Living Locally

The idea that free trade and technology would merge the planet into one Giant Happy Global Economy is mortally wounded. The incoming Trump administration may well deliver the coup de grâce. Read more HERE…

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Watch Keith Urban’s New Year’s Eve Tribute to Musicians We Lost in 2016

Keith Urban, performing in Nashville for CNN’s New Year’s Eve program, gave a beautiful tribute to some of the important musicians the world lost in 2016. He began with an acoustic version of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah,” followed by Glenn Frey’s “Take It Easy.” When he transitioned to David Bowie’s “Heroes,” …

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Gallup: U.S. Conservatives Outnumber Liberals by Narrowing Margin

Many more Americans have considered themselves politically conservative than liberal since the early 1990s. That remained the case in 2016, when an average of 36% of U.S. adults throughout the year identified themselves as conservative and 25% as liberal. Yet that 11-percentage-point margin is half of what it was at …

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18 Federal Rules for Every Law Congress Passes

By December 30th, the last workday of the year, in a record-setting Federal Register of 97,110 pages, agencies had issued 3,853 rules and regulations, 43 more than last year. (This count is the preliminary tally from the National Archives’ Federal Register database; a final tally a tad higher or lower …

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Undercover Video Shows Democrats Talking About Inciting Violence and “Anarchy” at Trump Rallies

A new undercover video released today by James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas shows how Democrat-aligned organizations used a tactic called “bird-dogging” to incite violence and chaos at Trump rallies. The video shows Democrat activists Robert Creamer and Scott Foval revealing their strategy that’s intended result is to create “anarchy” in and …

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