Monthly Archives: July, 2019

Suspected Boko Haram extremists killed at least 65 at Nigeria funeral

Suspected Boko Haram extremists killed at least 65 people over the weekend in an attack on villagers gathered at a funeral in Nigeria, a local official said Sunday.

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Swing-state households would lose at least $70G within first year of Green New Deal, study finds

AOC’s radically transforming energy consumption under the “Green New Deal” (GND) would cost the average household at least $70,000 in the first year of its rollout, and a cool quarter-million dollars total after five years, a new study concluded.

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Trump says ahead of debates he thinks ‘Sleepy Joe’ Biden will be 2020 Democratic nominee

Tuesday President Trump said he thinks “Sleepy Joe” Biden will be the 2020 Democratic presidential nominee, just hours ahead of the second round of Democratic primary debates.

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‘Fox & Friends’ takes on college financial aid loophole: ‘Root of the problem’ must be addressed

The hosts of “Fox & Friends” and Fox Nation host Rachel Campos-Duffy weighed in Tuesday on a new report highlighting a legal loophole being used by some parents to help them afford college tuition.

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Kamala Harris contradicts herself on illegal immigration, in latest backtrack since debate

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., backtracked on her support for decriminalizing illegal border crossing, then immediately reversed course and said she was in favor of it.

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Rush Limbaugh on Baltimore: Trump speaking ‘absolute truth’ that’s not supposed to be said about Dem-run cities

Monday radio host  Rush Limbaugh argued that President Trump is speaking the  “absolute truth” about problems in the city of Baltimore under Democrat-led administrations.

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Trump blasts ‘con man’ Al Sharpton, as feud with Dems over Baltimore heats up

Monday President Trump blasted Rev. Al Sharpton as a “con man,” claiming he “hates whites & cops,” after the MSNBC host said he would travel to Baltimore amid the controversy over the president’s comments about the city and its Democratic lawmakers.

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Harris unveils Medicare-for-all plan that doesn’t raise middle class taxes, ahead of debates

Monday presidential candidate Kamala Harris unveiled her plan  to push the country towards a government-backed Medicare-for-all healthcare system over the next decade.

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Mulvaney: Nadler’s impeachment push is result of rep ‘falling over himself’ to look more progressive

Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney reacted to the aftermath of Robert Mueller’s testimony and a new push for investigating President Trump by claiming it is simply House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., trying to keep his job.

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Trump decries ‘gutless’ Antifa, says he’s weighing declaring group major terror organization

Saturday President Trump said that he is considering declaring the far-left Antifa activist group a terrorist organization, equating it with the MS-13 street gang amid reports of members physically attacking conservative demonstrators and journalists at rallies across the country.

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