Commentary: Forget Kevin James, Better Spacey Replacements for ‘House of Cards’

There’s a petition going around online urging the creators of House of Cards to replace Kevin Spacey with Kevin James in the role of Frank Underwood. And it doesn’t seem like a joke. “Losing a great show is hard, no matter the circumstances. However with hardship comes the opportunity for…

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Three Movies in Theaters That Conservatives Should See

Many conservatives and right-of-center thinkers are no doubt feeling alienated from Hollywood and its mainstream output right now. The box office , and that’s largely because of poor output, a lack of original ideas, too many aggressively liberal stars, and . There are, however, still many artists who are creating…

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US Honors 20 Million Former Service Members on Veterans Day

U.S. President Donald Trump honored the nation’s veterans Saturday, saying in a video message they are “this country’s greatest national treasure.” “On this wonderful Veterans Day, I want to express the incredible gratitude of the entire American nation to the millions and millions of veterans that bravely defended our nation…

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Twenty-Two Men, Half Now in ICE Custody, Indicted in Brentwood Human Trafficking Sting

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Twenty-two men, half of whom are now in the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), have been indicted in an undercover human trafficking sting in Brentwood. The operation was carried out by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI), the Brentwood Police Department, Homeland Security Investigations and the office of…

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Sen. Bob Corker Announces Hearing Tuesday on President’s Authority to Use Nuclear Weapons

U.S. Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) announced this week that the Senate Foreign Relations Committee will hold a hearing Tuesday on the authority of the executive branch to use nuclear weapons, reports The Hill. The hearing comes in the aftermath of President Trump warning North Korea in August that it could face “fire…

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Senate and House Face Off Over Tax Reform

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After an embarrassing off-year election in New Jersey and Virginia last Tuesday, the Republican Party now faces the very real possibility that it could stumble on tax reform, perhaps sinking its majorities in the 2018 midterm elections. The Senate Republicans announced on Thursday the latest iteration of the White House…

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Rejected: United Auto Workers Bid to Unionize Ohio Factory Fails

The United Auto Workers has suffered another stinging defeat as workers overwhelmingly voted against unionizing at the Fuyao Chinese-owned car glass plant in Ohio. UAW officials blamed what they called the company’s aggressive anti-union tactics, and labor experts said it showed that companies have the advantage over any effort by…

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Tennessee Baptist Convention in Turmoil Over Female Pastor in East Tennessee

An East Tennessee Southern Baptist church is likely to lose its standing with the Tennessee Baptist Convention over hiring a female senior pastor earlier this year. At their annual meeting in Hendersonville Sunday through Wednesday, Tennessee Baptists may vote on whether First Baptist Church in Jefferson City can seat “messengers,” or voting…

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‘My Democratic Friends Are Mad at Me’: Donna Brazile Explains Herself in Deep-Left San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO — After publishing an unfettered memoir critiquing Hillary Clinton’s failed presidential bid, former Democratic Party leader Donna Brazile on Thursday doubled down on her criticism of the nominee before a receptive audience in deepest-left California. Brazile’s tell-all book has revived sour Election Day memories for Democrats, including her…

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Dr. Bryan Merrick Makes His Case To Top Federal Officials for Reinstatement into Medicare System

Dr. Bryan Merrick and his attorney Roy Herron met in Baltimore on Thursday with top federal officials at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), the part of the Department of Health and Human Services responsible for administering the Medicare program, to make the case for the reinstatement of…

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