Possible Democratic 2020 Contender Fundraises Off Vegas Slaughter

Sen Chris Murphy (D-Conn.), one of the leading gun control advocates in Congress and a potential 2020 presidential candidate, wasted no time trying to leverage financial support from this week’s mass shooting in Las Vegas. Murphy’s re-election campaign blasted out an email to supporters asking for contributions to three gun…

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Eric Church Gets Emotional Over Tennessee Fans Gunned Down in the Las Vegas Massacre: ‘Those Empty Seats Are Theirs’

Eric Church Opry Eric Church headlined the Route 91 Harvest Festival on Friday, Sept. 29, for his last full show of 2017. His fans came from all over the country to see him one more time, and Eric instantly recognized the fans as his own. During an emotional appearance on…

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Exclusive: Director Explains How He Tackled J.D. Salinger’s Life in New Film

J.D. Salinger’s greatest professional achievement, the 1951 novel “Catcher in the Rye,” has inspired more controversy — and more teens to read — than perhaps any other book. Salinger to this day is one of the most influential and yet mysterious authors to ever walk the Earth. Because he was…

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Williamson County Republican Party Wants to Awaken the Sleeping Giant

FRANKLIN, Tennessee — If conservatives want to make a difference, they have to get more involved. That was the theme of a book discussion Thursday at the Embassy Suites hotel hosted by the Williamson County Republican Party. A handful of people gathered at the hotel restaurant to consider the lessons…

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Trump Invites Las Vegas Shooting Victims to White House

At a Las Vegas hospital Wednesday, President Trump visited some of the shooting victims and first responders from the mass shooting, and he invited some of the wounded to drop by the White House when they recover. “Believe me, I’ll be there for them,” Mr. Trump said. The president commended…

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Commentary: Will President Trump Cave to McMaster, Tillerson and Mattis on Obamabomb Deal?

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by George Rasley CHQ readers will recall that during the campaign then-candidate Donald Trump regularly excoriated the Obama – Iran nuclear weapons deal (JCPOA) saying, “My number one priority is to dismantle the disastrous deal with Iran. I have been in business a long time. I know deal-making and let…

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Bill O’Reilly: Returning to Fox News Was ‘Like a Big Party’

Former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly said that returning to the network last week for an interview on “Hannity” was “like a big party” following the “political hit job” that resulted in his ouster. O’Reilly told LifeZette Editor-in-Chief Laura Ingraham on her radio show Thursday morning that Fox News host…

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St. Louis Protesters Tried To Block A Freeway And It Did Not Go Well

St. Louis police arrested more than 120 protesters blocking a highway Tuesday night as the city entered its third straight week of protests surrounding a former officer’s acquittal for murder charges. While police did not release the number of people arrested, a city alderman told reporters that at least 126…

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National Tragedies Thrust Trump Into Role of Comforter-in-Chief

For every U.S. president, there comes a time to assume the role of the nation’s comforter-in-chief, a leader who seeks to bring the country together and lift spirits in the midst of a national tragedy. President Donald Trump found himself in that situation this week, consoling survivors of the worst…

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House Lawmakers Move Border Wall Closer to Reality

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The House Homeland Security Committee on Wednesday took an important step toward building President Donald Trump’s wall, advancing legislation containing money for the barrier, along with beefed-up border security. The committee, on a party-line 18-12 vote, sent the Border Security for America Act of 2017 to the full House of…

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Supporters of Nashville Fairgrounds Voice Concerns About Mayor Megan Barry’s Plans for Soccer Stadium, Housing

NASHVILLE, Tennessee — Bob Blair has been coming to events at the Nashville Fairgrounds ever since he can remember. The 75-year-old still comes to the fairgrounds for the flea market and auto races. The owner of Mr. B’s Barber Salon, he lives nearby. Blair was at the fairgrounds Thursday evening…

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