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Rachel del Guidice is a reporter for The Daily Signal. She is a graduate of Franciscan University of Steubenville, Forge Leadership Network, and The Heritage Foundation’s Young Leaders Program.
The Trump administration is taking steps to plug a national security concern by bringing drug manufacturing back to America.
“No one in the state of Connecticut is happy about this, but no one has enough courage to speak up,” Selina Soule said during an interview.
The Senate on Tuesday overwhelmingly rejected Democrats’ so-called Green New Deal, touted to reduce greenhouse gas emissions as a way of combating climate change.
“We see no evidence that students responded with any offensive or racist statements of their own."
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The Equality Act would add sexual orientation and gender identity to characteristics protected by the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
The time is ripe, she said, for America to embrace the values that her uncle fought and prayed for.
For an event that claims to promote tolerance, the tone was quite hostile.
“I feel like the media tends to focus a lot on the anger, hurt, and destruction of our youth in society,” Alessa Love, who attends Westlake High School in Saratoga Springs.
A three-judge panel of the Oregon Court of Appeals on Thursday upheld a decision by a state agency that led to the fine and forced Aaron and Melissa Klein to close their bakery.
Almost 30,000 rank-and-file government employees make over $190,823, more than any governor of the 50 states.
House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., was shot and wounded early Wednesday in Alexandria, Virginia, when a man opened fire at Republican lawmakers and staff during a practice for a congressional baseball game.
Congressmen are asking Attorney General Jeff Sessions to re-examine the case of IRS division chief Lois Lerner.
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