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Inside the Beltway: Public Now Wary of ‘Unhinged’ Liberal Press

Relentless, hostile media coverage of President Trump and his administration could be reaching the saturation point. The public appears weary, wary and quite possibly ready to move on – hungry, perhaps, for credible news coverage over biased caterwaul. “Unhinged coverage of Trump is hurting the media,” writes Kyle Smith, a…

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CFPB’s ‘Acting Director,’ As Proclaimed by Outgoing Richard Cordray, Is A Pupil of Elizabeth Warren

Leandra English, the new acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau appointed by outgoing director Richard Cordray over the Thanksgiving weekend, has filled a key role during many of the crises that have gripped the six-year agency, according to a Daily Caller News Foundation investigation. English was a key…

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Obama-Era Official Sues Trump For Control Of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Leandra English, the deputy director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), sued President Donald Trump and White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney late Sunday to secure control of the agency, claiming she is the lawful interim successor to former CFPB Director Richard Cordray. Cordray’s resignation last week prompted a…

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Sen. Ted Cruz Endorses Mark Green in 7th Congressional District Race

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) endorsed State Sen. Mark Green (R-Clarksville) for the Republican nomination in the 7th Congressional District race to replace Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN-07), the Green campaign said in a statement released on Monday. “I’m proud to endorse State Sen. Mark Green for Congress, and am confident his…

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Vol Fans Blow Up Social Media to Force UT Athletic Director to Bail on Greg Schiano as New Football Coach

Harsh social media reaction forced University of Tennessee Athletic Director John Currie to back off from hiring former Rutgers head coach Greg Schiano as the school’s new head coach on the same day ESPN first reported the deal with Schiano had been agreed to by all parties. “Tennessee has backed…

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President Trump Attacks Democrat Doug Jones in Alabama Senate Election as ‘Puppet’ to Party Leaders

U.S. President Donald Trump sped full throttle Sunday into a special Senate election in Alabama, attacking Democrat Doug Jones as a lawmaker who would be a “puppet” to party leaders if he is elected next month. In Twitter comments, Trump did not mention Republican nominee Roy Moore, accused of sexually…

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‘Ashamed’ Democrat Sen. Al Franken Says He’ll Return to Work Monday Despite Photo Showing Him Sexually Harassing Woman

MINNEAPOLIS — Sen. Al Franken broke an eight-day silence Sunday, reaching out to Minnesota media to talk about what he’s done, and what he’ll do next. “I’m embarrassed and ashamed. I’ve let a lot of people down and I’m hoping I can make it up to them and gradually regain…

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Commentary: Good Riddance to ‘Net Neutrality’ That Was Anything But Neutral

by Jeffrey Tucker   At long last, with the end of “net neutrality,” competition could soon come to the industry that delivers Internet services to you. You might be able to pick among a range of packages, some minimalist and some maximalist, depending on how you use the service. Or…

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Democrat Rep. John Conyers Relinquishes House Judiciary Committee Position After Misconduct Allegations

WASHINGTON — Rep. John Conyers Jr., D-Mich., announced Sunday that he was relinquishing his House committee position after allegations that he sexually harassed female staffers. The announcement came shortly after House minority leader Nancy Pelosi repeatedly called on the Michigan Democrat to “do the right thing.” At the same time,…

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