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First lawsuit against Trump wall declaration filed in Washington court

First lawsuit against Trump wall declaration filed in Washington court

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The first lawsuit was filed in federal district court in Washington, D.C., Friday evening challenging President Trump's new emergency declaration to build his border wall.
Chelsea Clinton proclaims ‘incandescent fury’ at lawmakers as Aurora shooting develops

Chelsea Clinton proclaims 'incandescent fury' at lawmakers as Aurora shooting develops

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Chelsea Clinton may not have possessed details on the Aurora, Illinois, shooter or how he acquired a firearm, but she had plenty of "incandescent fury" for a lack of gun-control measures on Friday.
Trump trolls Democrats — and Mitt Romney — with ‘Everybody Hurts’ video

Trump trolls Democrats -- and Mitt Romney -- with 'Everybody Hurts' video

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President Trump tweeted a video on Friday trolling Democrats following his declaration of a national emergency at the U.S. southern border.
Rush Limbaugh: Budget deal includes more evidence of ‘multifaceted coup’ against Trump

Rush Limbaugh: Budget deal includes more evidence of 'multifaceted coup' against Trump

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Radio host Rush Limbaugh says the budget deal handed to President Trump is further evidence of a "multifaceted coup" by politicians in both parties, government bureaucrats and members of the media.
Jim Acosta blasted by Angel Mom after challenging Donald Trump on national emergency: ‘This is real’

Jim Acosta blasted by Angel Mom after challenging Donald Trump on national emergency: 'This is real'

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President Trump got an assist from an Angel Mom on Friday after CNN's Jim Acosta asked if he was "concocting" a national emergency on the U.S. southern border.
The U.S. Will Regret Interfering in Venezuela

The U.S. Will Regret Interfering in Venezuela

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U.S. policymakers have frequently failed to plan for what comes after the overthrow of a foreign government, but in the case of Venezuela the Trump administration and its allies failed to plan for the beginning: Longtime observers, however, say the generals doubt the promises will be kept. This is a major reason why the revolution…
A Lost Monument to Industry—and Traditional Urbanism

A Lost Monument to Industry—and Traditional Urbanism

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The first decade of the 20th century was a sparkling time in American construction. Nowhere was its spirit more intense than in downtown New York, an aging colonial seaport that was fast becoming a center of industrial capitalism. Here, among winding narrow blocks, a Whitmanesque neighborhood of brick row houses and Protestant steeples was rapidly…
Why Are These Professional War Peddlers Still Around?

Why Are These Professional War Peddlers Still Around?

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One thing that every late-stage ruling class has in common is a high tolerance for mediocrity. Standards decline, the edges fray, but nobody in charge seems to notice. They’re happy in their sinecures and getting richer. In a culture like this, there’s no penalty for being wrong. The talentless prosper, rising inexorably toward positions of…
The Democrats and the Diversity Dilemma

The Democrats and the Diversity Dilemma

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Both of America’s great national parties are coalitions. But it is the Democratic Party that never ceases to celebrate diversity—racial, religious, ethnic, cultural—as its own and as America’s “greatest strength.” Understandably so, for the party is home to a multitude of minorities. It is the domain of the LGBTQ movement. In presidential elections, Democrats win…
Ignoring America’s Abyss of Debt

Ignoring America’s Abyss of Debt

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Congress has stared into the abyss of debt, and the abyss has stared back. The national debt just topped $22 trillion for the first time ever, yet barely a peep was heard in the halls of the Capitol. The debt-to-GDP ratio has more than doubled in less than 20 years, rising from 33 percent in 2000 to 78 percent…