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    Jeff Sessions dismisses Hawaii, Senators bite back

    The state of Hawaii has a huge beef with U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions after he slighted the 50th state in an interview on a radio show. When asked about Donald Trump’s travel ban that was struck down by judges in several states, including Hawaii, Sessions said, “I really am amazed that a judge sitting […]

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    Gunman kills officer in Champs-Elysees rampage

    On Thursday, a lone gunman wreaked havoc on Paris’ most famous road, killing a police officer and injuring two others on the Champs-Élysées before the police could shoot him down. According to eyewitnesses, the gunman fired at officers stationed in front of a corner store with an AK-47 assualt rifle. ISIS immediately claimed responsibility for […]

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    Bill O’Reilly fired by Fox News

    Conservative pundit Bill O’Reilly has officially been pushed out of Fox News Network after sexual harassment allegations against him just became too hefty for the network to continue justifying. However, it appears that O’Reilly will receive a golden parachute in the firing, as a report states that O’Reilly will be awarded more than $10 million […]

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    Sarah Palin, Ted Nugent, Kid Rock visit Trump at White House

    Some of the top conservative celebrities in the country made a group visit to the White House that spawned many interesting photo shoots that made their way onto the Internet overnight. Former Alaska Governor and reality personality Sarah Palin, Detroit rap-rocker Kid Rock and classic rock artist Ted Nugent were invited Wednesday night to have […]

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    Several Patriots stars skip White House visit

    The NFL’s New England Patriots made the traditional trip to the White House on Wednesday as a reward for winning the Super Bowl in a memorable February comeback against the Atlanta Falcons. However, the biggest news that came out of the meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump was how small the contingent of Patriots was […]

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    Ann Coulter enraged at UC Berkeley cancelling her speech

    Conservative legend Ann Coulter has taken a defiant attitude towards the University of California at Berkeley after the college cancelled her planned speech on April 27. Despite the university’s worries of safety concerns, Coulter vows to go to Berkeley and carry out her visit anyway. As she put it on an appearance with Fox News […]

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    Jon Ossoff loses key special election race in Georgia

    Democrat Jon Ossoff just missed outright victory in a key special election held in Georgia on Tuesday. Ossoff was making an attempt to capitalize on a low point in Republican perception to snag a House seat for a historically conservative area. Ossoff received 48.1% of the vote, with second place held by Republican Karen Handel, […]

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    Cal-Exit leader moves to Russia and gives up secession dream

    The California secession movement, always viewed as one of the weirder pet projects among the eccentricities of the West Coast, seems to have come to a temporary end, as one of the major campaigns in the movement has decided to call it quits. Louis Marinelli, president of the Yes California Independence Campaign, told his supporters […]

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    British PM Theresa May declares early election

    A sudden overnight development happened in European politics, as British Prime Minister Theresa May announced early today there will be an early election. It appears that her motivation behind this abrupt shift is to hopefully give her Conservative Party a stronger mandate to push Brexit policy through, especially as negotiation with the European Union is […]