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House Republicans Make Huge Move On Trump’s Tax Reform Plan


The U.S. House of Representatives successfully passed its 2018 budget resolution on Thursday without a single Democratic vote, according to The Hill. Republicans in the Senate will now have the opportunity to pass the tax reform legislation and give President Donald Trump the chance to sign it into law. The …

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Mattis Alters Rules Of Engagement In Afghanistan


In contrast to rules enacted under former President Barack Obama’s administration, Secretary of Defense James Mattis has altered the rules of engagement to give U.S. more discretion to defend themselves. In his testimony on Tuesday before the Senate Committee on Armed Services, Mattis said President Donald Trump gave him the …

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Kimmel Tripped Up By A Dose Of Snark From Pat Sajak


After late night entertainer Jimmy Kimmel used his Monday show to attack gun rights and gun owners, conservative game show host Pat Sajak came up with a response that mocked those in Hollywood who take their self-imposed roles of being America’s moral lecturers too seriously. Kimmel, who CNN proclaimed to …

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