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Americans trust Trump more than media, says poll

Americans trust Trump more than media, says poll

Poll: Americans trust Trump more than media
Spreading the wealth to increase the poor

Spreading the wealth to increase the poor

Spreading the wealth to increase the poor
Flynn went down for comments, so why not McCain?

Flynn went down for comments, so why not McCain?

Flynn went down for comments, so why not McCain?
Ordinance puts special protections on abortion

Ordinance puts special protections on abortion

Ordinance puts special protections on abortion
Right to Work hits wall in Granite State

Right to Work hits wall in Granite State

Right to Work hits wall in Granite State
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Most, but not all, high on McMaster to advise Trump

Most, but not all, high on Lt. Gen. McMaster

Chad Groening
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
A national defense analyst has some concerns about President Trump's highly touted choice to be his new national security adviser.
Oregon's euthanasia bill awash with 'ambiguity'

Oregon's euthanasia bill awash with 'ambiguity'

Charlie Butts
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Oregon is considering a bill that could allow the intentional taking of lives, if those lives fit into a particular category.
Court agrees pastors free from state law

Court agrees pastors free from state law

Charlie Butts
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Pastors who sued in Illinois to fight a controversial state law have won the legal right to do their jobs.
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The United States of ... not America

The United States of ... not America

Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Court decisions like that against Barronelle Stutzman are making America more and more like the tyrannical governments of Europe that millions of early colonists fled in order to be free from the government persecution of their inalienable rights of religious conscience.
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Court agrees pastors free from state law

Court agrees pastors free from state law

Charlie Butts
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Pastors who sued in Illinois to fight a controversial state law have won the legal right to do their jobs.
Flynn went down for comments, so why not McCain?

Flynn went down for comments, so why not McCain?

Steve Jordahl
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
John McCain's critical comments of President Trump while the Arizona senator was at a conference in Munich, Germany, have drawn raised some eyebrows.
Spreading the wealth to increase the poor

Spreading the wealth to increase the poor

Chris Woodward
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Al Gore may beg to differ, but his plans to save the planet from a cataclysmic environmental disaster will cause more harm than good.
Ordinance puts special protections on abortion

Ordinance puts special protections on abortion

Charlie Butts
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
The Gateway City has caught unfavorable attention with a recently passed discrimination ordinance that puts abortion in a protected class.
Americans trust Trump more than media, says poll

Poll: Americans trust Trump more than media

Michael F. Haverluck
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
The results of a new nationwide poll reveal that Americans believe President Donald Trump is more trustworthy than the news media.
Oregon's euthanasia bill awash with 'ambiguity'

Oregon's euthanasia bill awash with 'ambiguity'

Charlie Butts
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Oregon is considering a bill that could allow the intentional taking of lives, if those lives fit into a particular category.
Right to Work hits wall in Granite State

Right to Work hits wall in Granite State

Chris Woodward
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Don't expect New Hampshire to become a right-to-work state anytime soon now that legislation has failed to win approval.
Chicago parents organize over left-wing seminar

Chicago parents organize over left-wing seminar

Bob Kellogg, Billy Davis
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Chicago is doing its part to indoctrinate students – or to encourage parents to flee public education – depending on your political outlook.
Most, but not all, high on McMaster to advise Trump

Most, but not all, high on Lt. Gen. McMaster

Chad Groening
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
A national defense analyst has some concerns about President Trump's highly touted choice to be his new national security adviser.

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