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Rand Paul Attacker Donated $100 to His Democratic Senate Opponent in 2010

Rene Boucher, the 59-year-old doctor and inventor who was arrested for assaulting Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) in his Bowling Green, Kentucky home on Saturday, donated $100 to his Democratic opponent, Jack Conway, in the 2010 U.S. Senate election. Federal Election Commission records show that Rene Boucher, an anesthesiologist employed by…

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Horrific Church Shooter in All-Black Tactical Gear Killed 26 and Injured Dozens More Before Armed Citizen Engaged and Pursued Attacker

UPDATE: Texas Department of Safety Regional Director Freeman Martin recounted the harrowing crime to a standing-room only press conference, aired live across several media outlets. “We have certain facts we can release to protect the integrity of the investigation. We have to release it in a timely fashion, and collect…

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REPORT: President Donald Trump’s Twitter Suspension Caused by Contract Worker, Not Employee

President Trump’s personal Twitter account was briefly suspended this week by a rogue contractor and not a company employee as previously claimed, according to a new report. Sources familiar with the matter said that a third-party contractor temporarily deleted the president’s Twitter account this week, The New York Times reported…

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GOP Congressman Introduces Resolution Calling Mueller ‘Compromised,’ Demands He Quit

A Republican congressman from Florida introduced a resolution Friday urging Special Counsel Robert Mueller to resign from the Russia probe, saying the one-time FBI director has his own conflicts of interest. Rep. Matt Gaetz said Mr. Mueller, who was FBI director in 2010, botched an investigation into Russian attempts to…

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Commentary: To Solve the U.S. Opioid Crisis, Start by Treating Cultural Disease First

by Jeffrey A. Rendall   Sometimes the solution to a crisis is so obvious that we feel foolish when failing to immediately recognize it. And sometimes it’s not so plain. Such is the case for the opioid epidemic in America. For those in need of explanation, “opioid” means “naturally occurring…

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Rep. Tulsi Gabbard Calls for Complete Overhaul of DNC Following Clinton Rigging Revelations

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard said the revelations that the Democratic National Committee rigged the 2016 election for Hillary Clinton underscores the need for an overhaul of campaign finance laws and a complete overhaul of the national party. Mrs. Gabbard, Hawaii Democrat, resigned as vice chair of the DNC in 2016 to…

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White House Slams Both Bush Presidents After They Criticized Trump in New Book

George W. Bush, George H.W. Bush The White House is pushing back after newly released excerpts from a book on former presidents George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush revealed that they both criticized President Donald Trump. “The Last Republicans” by Mark K. Updegrove, which will be released later this…

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Two US Bombers Conduct Korean Exercise

The U.S. Air Force said two Guam-based B-1B bombers, accompanied by fighter jets from South Korea and Japan, flew Thursday in an exercise in the area of the Korean Peninsula. While the exercise came a day before President Donald Trump was scheduled to leave on a 12-day trip to Japan,…

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