Local ABC Affiliate Admits It ‘Incorrectly Implied’ Hagedorn Opposes All Plans to Lower Prescription Drug Prices

A local news outlet “incorrectly implied” that U.S. Rep. Jim Hagedorn (R-MN-01) “is opposed to all plans to lower prescription drug prices,” the station admitted Wednesday.

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Commentary: Embrace Fiscal Responsibility, Not Tax Cuts, in 2020

As Democratic presidential candidates stumble over one another in a headlong rush towards socialism and fiscal insanity—promising trillions in new spending on everything from child care, health care, and higher education for all, to “the Green New Deal” and slavery reparations—President Trump faces a critical choice.

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Commentary: USPS Leadership Must Stamp Out Multi-Billion Dollar Losses

America’s mail carrier was once a shining example of governmental innovation, being at the cutting edge of technological achievements such as using planes and trucks to haul mail cross-country. But the United States Postal Service (USPS) has fallen far and fast over the past couple of decades, accumulating more than $70 billion in debt since 2007.

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Oxford Provost Faces Backlash After Attempting to Abolish Tradition of Latin Grace Before Meals

Prof. Kate Tunstall, an interim provost of Worcester College, one of the colleges at Oxford, came under fire from students over an attempt to abolish the historic traditions practiced at formal hall, which include saying grace before meals and standing for dons.

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IMPEACHMENT: Leahy and Kellett Examine Missing Elements of Truth, Fairness, and Due Process

On Friday’s Battleground State Report with Michael Patrick Leahy and Doug Kellett – a one-hour radio show from Star News Digital Media in the early stages of national weekend syndication rollout – Leahy and Kellet deliberated the concept of fairness as it pertains to the impeachment of the President.

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