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Less than 100 days since leaving office, the former president has already arranged for a big Wall Street payday.
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Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel (D) is pushing more gun control for Federal Firearms License holders (FFLs) in the city.
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U.S. Rep Ted Lieu (Joel Pollak / Breitbart News)
Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA) called Attorney General Jeff Sessions "a racist and a liar" on Sunday, repeating discredited "fake news" accusations.
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Harmeet Dhillon (Jim Watson / AFP / Getty)
Attorney Harmeet Dhillon, who is representing the Berkeley College Republicans in their free speech case against the University of California, Berkeley over failing to allow Ann Coulter to speak on campus on equal
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terms, slammed the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) for ignoring the case."
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Harmeet Dhillon (Twitter)
Harmeet Dhillon, a San Francisco lawyer representing the UCB College Republicans, held a press conference today to discuss the case being brought against the college due to their mishandling of an event host
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ing conservative speaker Ann Coulter.
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Since the dawn of web-based church management systems (ChMS), there hasn’t been much change in this area of technology until recently. Although the shift to the “cloud” back in the late 90s’ turned the church …

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Asked if the plan would be revenue neutral, meaning any reductions in expected revenue from tax cuts would be offset from increases in revenue or spending cuts elesewhere, Mnuchin instead said the plan would "pay
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for itself" through economic growth.
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Former President Barack Obama admitted that if his high school activities were online somewhere, he probably wouldn’t have been president.
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Elizabeth Warren
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s 20-year tenure in public service is rife with contradictions, as an examination of her current positions juxtaposed with her past behavior reveals.
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Bloomberg Politics reports on the developing political landscape in France after Sunday’s vote, and how the coming choice for that nation is one of Nationalism versus Globalism. In the coming two weeks of the French campaign, Marine Le Pen’s challenge is to break through
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a wall of voter antipathy that she inherited from her father. Emmanuel Macron’s task is to persuade the French he has the gravitas and experience to be president. The far-right Le Pen and centrist Macron both took just under a quarter of the vote in a contest with 11 candidates. Now they must convince the rest of the population that they have what it takes to lead the country after the May 7 runoff. The next round will see two radically different visions. Macron embraces globalization and European integration, Le Pen channels the forces of discontent that triggered Brexit and brought Donald Trump to power. The runoff will also be unique in that it will be the first contested by neither of the major parties, giving Macron, 39, and Le Pen, 48, space to try to forge alliances that might have seemed unlikely until recently. “Marine Le Pen’s toughest job is to break the traditional glass
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