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Senate Judiciary Committee Opens Investigation Into Loretta Lynch

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The Senate Judiciary Committee has opened a probe into former Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s conduct during the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s unauthorized email server last year. The committee sent a letter to Lynch on Thursday signed by chairman Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, ranking members Sens. Diane Feinstein, D-Calif. and …

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Breaking: Comey Just Incriminated Himself in Hearing

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Former FBI Director James Comey gave his highly anticipated testimony to the Senate Intelligence Committee Thursday, and while he never delivered the death blow to Donald Trump’s presidency that liberals wanted so dearly, he very well could have implicated himself in a violation of the Espionage Act. According to the …

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Bernie Freaks When Christian Refuses to Deny Faith for Islam

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This shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone, but Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is having trouble understanding the Constitution, and in this particular case its prohibition against a religious test for public office. During a confirmation hearing Wednesday for a Office of Management and Budget nominee, Sanders was clearly trying …

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Charlie Daniels Slings Outlaw-Style Insult Right at Chuck Schumer

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Legendary country music artist Charlie Daniels penned an open letter to anti- Donald Trump obstructionist Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer on Wednesday and his straightforward, no-nonsense critique is likely what many of us have only dreamed we could say to ol’ Chuck. “Sen. Schumer, I don’t live in your constituency, …

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Alabama Lawmakers Pass Measure to Protect Confederate Memorials

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Just days after New Orleans tried to erase a segment of American history by removing Confederate memorials, Alabama made a move in the opposite direction that will infuriate liberals. AL.com reported that the Alabama state legislature passed a bill that would preserve such monuments from removal or destruction. Specifically, the …

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