Sen. Klobuchar Voted in 2013 to End Senate Filibuster of Presidential Nominations, Wants It Back Now To Stop Kavanaugh

Amy Klobuchar

In a Sunday appearance on “Meet the Press” with anchor Chuck Todd, Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) expressed regret over her 2013 vote in favor of senatorial filibuster rule changes. With Senate Judiciary Committee hearings just completed for President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, the Democrats are still scrambling…

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Scholars Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan Haidt Expose Universities and Their ‘Coddling’ of the American Mind

California liberalism

by George Leef   In 2015, Greg Lukianoff (president of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education) and Jonathan Haidt (professor of ethical leadership at New York University’s Stern School of Business) wrote an article for The Atlantic entitled “The Coddling of the American Mind.” In that article, the authors…

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Twenty-Five Straight Minutes Of People Illegally Crossing The US Border Through Arizona Ranch

by Will Racke   Arizona rancher John Chilton’s 50,000-acre spread along the U.S.-Mexico border is allegedly ground zero for human smugglers, drug cartel members and illegal immigrants, and he has videos showing trespassers sneaking through his property. A fifth-generation cattleman, the 79-year-old Chilton has long warned the government about the…

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Race for Minnesota’s Second Congressional District Heats Up, But Candidates Can’t Agree On Debates

Jason Lewis, Angie Craig

The race for Minnesota’s Second Congressional District is beginning to heat up, with a new poll showing that incumbent Rep. Jason Lewis has a small lead over opponent Angie Craig. Lewis defeated Craig in a surprise 2016 upset, but now the two will face off once again in what will…

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A New Report Shows Paris Climate Accord Backers Are Just ‘Outsourcing’ CO2 Emissions To China


by Michael Bastach   When President Donald Trump unveiled plans to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris climate accord last year, he voiced his concern the Obama-era deal would amount to an international wealth transfer. Trump pointed out the Paris accord “doesn’t eliminate coal jobs, it just transfers those jobs…

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Integration of Foreigners in Sweden Has ‘Failed,’ and It Could Sway the Country’s Political System


by Hanna Bogorowski    – Voters in Sweden will hit the polls Sunday to elect a new Parliament.   – The right-leaning Sweden Democrats, an unusual pick for the progressive nation, are rising in the polls, and experts say immigration is the driving force.  – Recently, even foreign-born Swedes are questioning the…

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Attack Ad Falsely Claims That Jeff Johnson Wants to End Coverage for Pre-Existing Conditions

Jeff Johnson

A new attack produced by Alliance for a Better Minnesota (ABM) falsely claims that Republican gubernatorial candidate Jeff Johnson’s would allow “insurance companies” to “deny coverage for those with pre-existing conditions.” “300,000 Minnesotans will lose their health insurance under Jeff Johnson, and insurance companies could deny coverage for those with…

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