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For you it had to be guy so far out in “left” field that the bleachers were out of sight. You created this mess, so quit passing the potential blame onto us. We were able to comprehend from the start that it would likely turn out to be a train wreck. If only you had been.
<p>You know what I wonder? What if say, Cruz was the Republican nominee instead of Trump. Would we be whining to the rafters about all the stubborn Trump fans who would no doubt still be digging in their</p>
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Iran isn’t the only country that is increasingly predatory, following the payment to Iran.

President of the Philippines Rodrigo Duterte recently remarked that all it takes to extract money out of the U.S. is to insult the country and hope U.S. officials come running to make amends with funds.

“After Kerry visited the Philippines, he left us $33 million,” Duterte told an audience at Camp Lapu Lapu. “I told myself, ‘this seems cool. Let’s take a swipe at them again so they will make amends with money.'”
Americans were warned Monday to avoid traveling to Iran as the country is now much more intently focused on capturing and detaining U.S. citizens. This risk is particularly escalated for dual citi
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If Trump’s going to cave, he might as well cave now on citizenship too and at least get some credit for a full reversal towards the mainstream position. His fans, who seems willing to forgive him anything, will probably forgive him for this too. Probably.
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The Democrats don’t want to lose out on the minority vote that has more people who don’t have identification. People on both sides (see the 5% of Republicans) don’t want to lose the ability to commit election fraud. The only thing that they cannot overcome is common sense. No calls of racism can overcome the facts. There is no argument that can logically demonstrate how a person’s unwillingness to get a photo-ID should be dismissed and excused when it comes to selecting the leaders of this nation.
A Vast Majority Wants Voter IDs. Make DC Listen.If you want to buy cigarettes or beer, you have to show your ID. If you want to watch a movie that’s rated-R, you have to show your ID. If you want to...
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How many police officers have to die so a grad student in gender studies doesn’t have to get a real job? How many towns and cities have to be burned so Soros can relive his World War II glory days?

Even one is too many and we have long since gone past one.

Follow the money. Bring on the justice. End the violence.
How many police officers have to die so a grad student in gender studies doesn’t have to get a real job?
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While the 69-page report doesn’t foresee any external attacks aimed at sovereign German soil, “the precautionary measures demand that people ‘prepare appropriately for a development that could threaten our existence and cannot be categorically ruled out in the future,’” the Frankfurt newspaper also cited.
The last time Germany warned its citizens to stockpile supplies, Herr Hitler was hunkered down in his Führerbunker and barbarians were at the gates. Fast forward 71 years. Adolf may be long gone, but the enemy is already through the gates. But unlike the closing days of World War II, this time the barbarians were invited
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As the conservative movement grew more populist and powerful, that changed. There are no more gatekeepers with the power to purge. For all the talk this year about building walls, conservatives may no longer have the ability to build one where they need it most: between themselves and the alt-right. And if that's the case, the conservative movement that has shaped American politics for the last half-century may be coming to an end, with the alt-right ascendant.
The conservative movement that shaped American politics for so long may be coming to an end.
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The highest court to weigh in on the issue, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, upheld the Obama administration’s interpretation of Title IX. But the Supreme Court temporarily halted that ruling this month, preventing a biologically female student from using the boys’ bathroom at a Virginia high school while the legal fight plays out.
A Maryland school district is instructing teachers and administrators not to tell parents if their daughters are bunking with male transgender students on overnight field trips.
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President Bill Clinton deported four times as many illegal immigrants as President Obama. If Mr. Trump is going to follow a Democrat’s lead on deportations, shouldn’t he talk about his opponent Hillary Clinton's own husband’s policies?
He must not realize Obama's record on deportations is terrible ...
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For months, Trump has insisted that he cannot release his own tax returns, citing an ongoing audit as the cause for the delay. The IRS, for its part, has said that an audit would not prevent Trump from releasing the forms.
Roger Stone, a longtime Donald Trump ally, said in a Monday interview that he believes the candidate should go ahead and release his tax returns.
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“I’m not hiding the fact that I want Donald Trump to be the next president of the United States,” he said, adding, “I never claimed to be a journalist.”
"I can’t not speak my mind,’ Hannity said.
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"This danger has been present for a long time, but unfortunately we never succeeded in convincing the government of this. The necessary precautions were not taken.”
According to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the suicide bomber who killed 51 people at a Kurdish wedding Saturday night in party in Gaziantep, near the Syrian border, was a child between 12 and 14 years old. Erdogan told reporters on Sunday that ISIS was responsible for the bombing, stating, "The initial findings of the governor and our police forces indicate the attack has been perpetrated by Daesh (ISIS).”
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Back in 2007, a small group of friends decided to build a social media blog. It didn’t take long before I realized that this small group of friends was really only going to be me, so I built. I wrote. I promoted. A good chunk of the traffic came from early social media sites like Digg, Reddit, and Stumbleupon. “We” were rolling in content and traffic.

Things changed. Work happened. Life happened. The site went from multiple daily posts to a single post a day, then every few days, then, well, it just didn’t get much content at all. A few stories per month simply wasn’t enough to build it up. When trying to grow a company and raise a family, the secondary hobbies such as building a top-tier social media blog simply became a low priority.

I started taking on guest posts. I wrote what I could from time to time but the passion started dying. You see, I work in social media but it’s not really a joy. Social media is a tool for me. It lost its appeal as a way to connect and became something that was necessary for my career. At the end of the day, that was the real demise of the great social media blog. I lost the love.

Today, the passion is back. It’s just not the type of passion that drove me to try to build the site. Now, I’ve turned this into a site that focuses on the things important to me: faith, family, politics, and news. My desire to see through the lies of politicians and mainstream media have helped me to regain the desire that I had lost. “Soshable” might not be the right name for a news and opinion site, but it’s the name that we have and I love it.

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