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Teen mob swarms train, beats, robs passengers

By -NO AUTHOR- (SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE) — A recent string of robberies on BART trains took a frightening turn when dozens of juveniles swarmed an Oakland station over the weekend and commandeered a train car, forcing passengers to hand over bags and cell phones and leaving at least two with head injuries, witnesses told the […]

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Earnest: Obama to jump in if Trump crosses ‘red lines’

By -NO AUTHOR- (BREITBART) — Monday on MSNBC former Obama White House press secretary Josh Earnest said former President Barack Obama would come back to the political debate if President Donald Trump crosses “red lines” such as using information from deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA) applications to deport so-called DREAMers. Earnest said, “After the […]

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Ann Coulter sics lawyers on UC Berkeley

By Bob Unruh Ann Coulter Officials at the University of California, including Janet Napolitano, the president, were sued on Monday in federal district court in California for their practice of shutting down the voices of conservative activists. The case was filed on behalf of Young America’s Foundation and Berkeley College Republicans in conjunction with conservative […]

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Ex-Obama aide: Climate stats manipulated to affect policy

By -NO AUTHOR- (THE LIBERTARIAN REPUBLIC) — A former member of the Obama administration claims Washington D.C. often uses “misleading” news releases about climate data to influence public opinion. Former Energy Department Undersecretary Steven Koonin told The Wall Street Journal Monday that bureaucrats within former President Barack Obama’s administration spun scientific data to manipulate public […]

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Homeschoolers face prison in Obama’s island ‘paradise’

By Bob Unruh Cuba’s army Two parents have been summoned to court this week in Cuba. Their crime? Homeschooling. While President Obama re-established diplomatic relations with the communist regime, the hoped-for improvement in human rights hasn’t materialized. And the demand that Ramón and Adya Rigal appear in Guantanamo District Court because they educated their children […]

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Big list of new power players in Washington

By -NO AUTHOR- (POLITICO) Donald Trump is president of the United States, and the Washington power structure is adapting in once unimaginable ways. Groups once relegated to the backwaters of Congress are now at the forefront — and their aides are more powerful than ever. New power structures are forming in the White House that […]

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Obama team botched citizenship push for 2016 election

By -NO AUTHOR- (WASHINGTON TIMES) Legal immigrants lined up to apply for U.S. citizenship ahead of last year’s election, but the Obama administration let them down, as the agency responsible for approving applications botched the process, leaving tens of thousands of eligible people stuck in limbo. The Department of Homeland Security blamed the problem on […]

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CNN anchor: Roger Ailes sexually harassed me

By -NO AUTHOR- (HOLLYWOOD REPORTER) “Yes, Roger Ailes did sexually harass me,” Camerota said on CNN’s ‘Reliable Sources.’ CNN’s Alisyn Camerota spoke publicly claiming she was sexually harassed by Roger Ailes when she worked at Fox News. Camerota, who moved from Fox News to CNN in 2014, appeared on CNN’s Reliable Sources on Sunday where […]

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New Orleans tears down Confederate monuments

By -NO AUTHOR- (NBC NEWS) New Orleans officials removed the first of four prominent Confederate monuments early Monday, the latest Southern institution to sever itself from symbols viewed by many as a representation racism and white supremacy. The first memorial to come down was the Liberty Monument, an 1891 obelisk honoring the Crescent City White […]

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This day in WND history: Bird-brain pitcher

By -NO AUTHOR- Bird-brain pitcher April 24, 2003: A minor-league pitcher in the Chicago Cubs organization was booted from his Florida nest and faced criminal charges after knocking a bird from its perch with a baseball. “Jae-kuk Ryu is no longer a Daytona Cub,” said Buck Rogers, the team’s general manager. The 19-year-old South Korean, […]

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