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Commentary: Democrats’ Rage Over Phony Donald Trump Jr. Email Scam Is Pathetic

by Jeffrey A. Rendall   In the earliest days of email I, probably like everyone else, received a great many unsolicited messages from people I didn’t know. These notes sounded enticing in the subject line but upon further examination of the contents turned out to be…well, fraudulent. This phenomenon is…

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Colleges Pay Diversity Officers More Than Professors, Staff

Tennessee Star

Top public universities pay administrators with jobs related to diversity initiatives an average of $175,088 per year, substantially more than other professors and faculty members, according to a Campus Reform investigation. A sheet compiling the salaries of the top diversity administrators at 43 of America’s top public universities shows that…

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Watchdog Uncovers New Evidence of Quid Pro Quo at Hillary State Dept.

Judicial Watch released 448 pages of documents Friday showing further incidences of Huma Abedin, 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s former deputy chief of staff in the State Department, allocating special treatment to Clinton Foundation donors while Clinton served as Secretary of State. Clinton’s use of a private email server…

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Students File Lawsuit After School Denies Pro-Life Club Approval

A religious nonprofit organization is suing Parkland School District in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, after Parkland High School deemed a pro-life student club too controversial and subsequently refused to approve its charter. The national public interest law firm Thomas More Society filed a lawsuit against the school district, high school, and…

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Scott Hamann, Maine Democrat, Kicked Off Committees Over ‘Inexcusable’ Anti-Trump Rant

A Maine state lawmaker who is being investigated by the U.S. Secret Service over a threatening online comment about President Trump has been removed from two legislative committees as punishment, the state’s House speaker announced Friday. Democratic Rep. Scott Hamann has been kicked off the Health and Human Services Committee…

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Bill Lee Wins Williamson County GOP Gubernatorial Straw Poll

Tennessee Star

THOMPSON’S STATION, Tennessee–Williamson County businessman Bill Lee won the gubernatorial straw poll conducted Saturday at the Williamson County Republican Party annual summer BBQ at Little Creek Farms with a whopping 63 percent of the 243 votes cast. State Senator Mae Beavers (R-Mt. Juliet) finished a surprising second with 26 percent…

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