Minnesota DHS Drama Continues as Chief of Staff Resigns, Deputies Rescind Resignations

  The drama at Minnesota’s largest state agency continues. As The Minnesota Sun reported Tuesday, Department of Human Services Commissioner Tony Lourey abruptly announced his resignation after just six months on the job. The Pioneer Press then reported Tuesday afternoon that Lourey’s chief of staff, Stacie Weeks, would also be…

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Amash Challenger Jim Lower Raises Over $200K for Congressional Race in 40 Days

  Michigan State Rep. Jim Lower (R-Greenville) announced Wednesday that he is filing a Federal Elections Commission report that shows he raised $200,506 from 3,161 contributors in just 40 days for his U.S. House race. Two highlights are that Ron Weiser, a former Michigan Republican Party Chair, former Republican National…

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Murder, Rape, Assault, Burglary: Six Examples of California’s Sanctuary Policies Leading to More Crimes

by Fred Lucas   Illegal immigrants released by local police in California after their arrests for minor offenses go on to be charged with more serious crimes such as murder, rape, and assault, according to a new government report. Those crimes could have been prevented if these sanctuary jurisdictions had…

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Why Did Planned Parenthood Fire Leana Wen?

by Mary Margaret Olohan   Former Planned Parenthood President Leana Wen was fired for her vision for the organization and for failing to comply with the organization’s political agenda, sources revealed to BuzzFeed News. Wen and Planned Parenthood engaged in closed-door meetings over the past week, a source close to…

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Mexican Drug Kingpin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman Sentenced to Life Behind Bars

  Former Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman has received a sentence that will see him spend the rest of his life in prison. Judge Brian Cogan sentenced Guzman Wednesday to life in prison plus 30 years in a federal court in New York. The 62-year-old was convicted in…

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22 MS-13 Members Charged in Murders of Seven People Hacked With Machetes

by Chuck Ross   The Justice Department charged 22 alleged members of MS-13 in connection with seven murders in the Los Angeles area, including one in which a rival gang member was dismembered with a machete. The indictment, which was unsealed Monday, focused on members of a Los Angeles-area subset…

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Commentary: Immigration by the Numbers

by Christopher Roach   Democrats have renewed their vows to unwavering support of open borders. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) tussled last week with former Immigration and Customs Enforcement director Thomas Homan. After she described fence-hoppers as asylum seekers, Homan reminded her that they all have the option of presenting their…

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US House Kills Impeachment Resolution Against Trump

by Ken Bredemeier   WASHINGTON — The House voted Wednesday to kill a resolution to immediately consider impeaching President Donald Trump. The measure failed 332 to 95 even though Democrats control the House. It is unclear if the House would take up the question at a later time. Texas Congressman…

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