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'His opinions are rooted in the premise that the 14th Amendment --- guaranteeing equal rights for all --- cannot mean different things for different people.'
In The Wall Street Journal, Juan Williams writes that Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’s insights are reshaping law and policy for the better.
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Monday’s White House statement on ISIS’ beheading of 21 Egyptian Christians in Libya, which failed to mention the victims’ faith as the reason for their murder, was practically unique among worl
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'That's what I hear as most commonly from the base, people we're working with'
Jeb Bush 2016 is a non-starter with the tea party activists affiliated with the conservative FreedomWorks organization.
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Just so we're totally clear: 'Muslims do not believe in the concept of freedom of expression'
Why did France allow the tabloid to provoke Muslims? writes Anjem Choudary, a radical Muslim cleric in London and a lecturer in sharia.
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“It’s all about the kids.” I love it when college football and basketball coaches say that right after they make a move that’s all about themselves. That’s what Paul Chryst did when he of
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I'm here to help, DNC. No problem.
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'Unsurpassed courage under fire while conducting sniper operations in support of [redacted] during the siege of Fallujah. His display of unparalleled bravery and skill as a sniper contributed significantly to the success of this strategic victory over the insurgents while reducing the risk of harm to coalition troops'
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Pretty obvious pay-to-play
In 2013, John Podesta was paid $87,000 by a shadowy foreign billionaire whose passion is preventing energy exploration on American land. Just two years later, Podesta is a member of President Obama
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Once again, the most popular password of 2014 was "123456," followed by "password." http://on.wsj.com/1CxyV8Q
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'During my years here when I voted, I had the 8th most conservative voting record in the Congress. And it does pain me to be described as spineless or a squish'
Speaker of the House John Boehner defended his conservative bona fides Thursday, arguing during a press conference that it
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The nicest restaurant in Luray. They make a good Manhattan and can cook a decent entree. Impressive setting too, at the Mimslyn Inn.
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Christa is a gracious and hospitable host at a lovely, secluded bed and breakfast with a gorgeous view of the mountains around the Shenandoah Valley. My wife and I stayed in the Queen’s Suite for our honeymoon recently and could not have been more pleased with our stay. Well-decorated and spacious, with a comfortable common area. The outdoor hot tub was a plus. And only 15 minutes or so from Luray, a cute small town that we enjoyed exploring. We would recommend Once Upon A Mountain to any of our friends.
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Had the best iced coffee I've ever had at Pound this past summer.
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Thankful for how God has used this church in my own life and in the lives of many in our city.
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My wife and I ate here as soon as we arrived in Luray and liked it so much that we went back for lunch again the next day. Sandwiches, soups and salads were all tasty, and the German chocolate pie hit the spot. You can buy beer and wine here, though it's not open late. Highly recommend.
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reviewed 3 weeks ago
Tasty small plates and a great atmosphere, although it's loud early in the evening. The crab cake special on Saturday was my favorite.
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reviewed 8 months ago
Quick service and great bagels. Lox spread is excellent.
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