GOP foes of Ryancare win praise from constituents

By -NO AUTHOR- BUCKNER, Kentucky (AP) — One of the House Republican rebels, Kentucky Rep. Tom Massie, wasn’t just “no” on the GOP health care bill to replace Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act. Massie was “hell no.” That won over Mary Broecker, president of the Oldham County Republican Women’s Club and a strong proponent of […]

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Man nearly electrocuted by phone charger

By -NO AUTHOR- (WTRK) An Alabama man is lucky to be alive after nearly being electrocuted while he was sleeping with his phone charging in his bed. Wiley Day, 32, was treated for second and third degree burns on his neck and hands. “Thursday morning is probably the most scariest morning I’ve ever been through […]

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Huckabee implies Lindsey Graham ‘gay’

By -NO AUTHOR- (Daily Caller) Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee heavily implied that Sen. Lindsey Graham is gay during a Wednesday morning interview with Laura Ingraham. “I’m very disappointed in Lindsey,” Huckabee said of the South Carolina Republican’s recent comparisons of House Intel Chair Devin Nunes to the “Pink Panther” character Inspector Jacques Clouseau. “I […]

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Prepper Book Festival: Survive In Style The Prepper’s Guide to Living Comfortably During Disasters + Giveaway

By Gaye Levy Survive in Style: The Prepper’s Guide to Living Comfortably During Disasters is a handbook for accomplishing self-sufficiency in the areas of water, energy, food, transportation, economics and just about anything else you can think of. In this newest Prepper Book Festival title, enjoy an interview with author Dan Chiras and enter to […]

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Deal reached to repeal N.C. bathroom law

By -NO AUTHOR- (Business Insider) North Carolina Republican lawmakers said late on Wednesday they had reached a deal to repeal the state’s controversial law prohibiting transgender people from using restrooms in accordance with their gender identities. Details were not released of the compromise measure, which was set for a vote on Thursday morning, state Senator […]

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How following same old rules hurts U.S. workers

By Roger Simmermaker Unemployed workers look for jobs Even free trade and free market advocates believe that protection of U.S. citizens is an important task of government, except when it comes to protecting the American jobs of our citizens, of course. Our country was founded on all kinds of protections for the American people. We […]

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