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Trump admin scraps EPA’s deceitful ‘sue and settle’ trick

Limited government advocates and property-rights champions are cheering Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt for publicly announcing he will scrap the tactic known as “sue and settle” for as long as he is in office. “We will no longer go behind closed doors and use consent decrees and settlement agreements to resolve lawsuits filed against […] …

N.Y. Times veteran: Staff hates Trump ‘like the plague, dude’

A new undercover video from James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas in a series targeting establishment-media bias features a longtime New York Times employee confessing his coworkers hate Trump “like the plague, dude.” It’s the fourth video on the Times in Project Veritas’ American Pravda series. The third showed London-based editor Desiree Shoe blasting Trump as an “oblivious idiot” and attacking Vice President Pence […] …

Senate probing Hillary ‘conflicts of interest’ in Russia uranium deal

During the 2016 election campaign, the accusations of “pay-for-play” surrounding the business deal approved by Hillary Clinton’s State Department that effectively gave Moscow control of 20 percent of U.S. uranium reserves were dismissed by the Clintons. There was no evidence, they insisted, that the Uranium One deal had any relationship to the hundreds of thousands […] …

FBI hunts gunman with Muslim name in 2-state shooting spree

Police are hunting for an armed killer identified as Radee Labeeb Prince, 38, who is suspected of shooting three people to death and leaving two more critically wounded after 9 a.m. Wednesday at a business park outside Baltimore. He is now also believed to be a suspect in another shooting in Wilmington, Delaware, that took […] …

Washing machine has free trade on spin cycle

If there were ever a trade-policy case that questions the long-held beliefs of free traders, the multi-year large appliance battle between American-owned Whirlpool and South Korean-owned LG (formerly Lucky Goldstar) and Samsung is it. Free traders have always believed that allowing consumers to have the freedom to buy whatever they want, from whomever and wherever […] …

Mega-wildfires caused by bad government management?

Have major changes in forest-management practices over the past century had anything to do with the historic, devastating wildfires in Northern California? Many successful methods of mitigating wildfires employed by U.S. Forest Service in the early 20th century were abandoned largely because of efforts by environmental activists, argued Rep. Tom Clintock on the House floor […] …

Trump promises ‘chance to unleash a middle-class miracle’

President Trump visited the Heritage Foundation Monday night to promote his tax reform plan, promising Americans, “This is our chance to unleash a middle-class miracle.” “Let’s give our country the best Christmas present of all: Massive tax relief,” he said, encouraging listeners to call their senators, their members of the U.S. House, and asked for […] …

N.Y. Times editor calls Trump ‘oblivious idiot’

A senior home page editor for the New York Times has blasted President Trump as an “oblivious idiot” and Vice President Pence as “horrible” because of his religious faith – and confessed that her journalists believe writing about them might influence people not to vote for them. The comments are from Desiree Shoe, a London-based […] …

Big list of Harvey Weinstein’s sexual offenses, accusations, potential charges

WASHINGTON – He’s been fired by his own company. His wife has left him. He’s under investigation by multiple law-enforcement agencies in the U.S. and Europe. He’s been kicked out of the Motion Picture Academy. He was lampooned on “Saturday Night Live,” some believe a week too late. His sexual abuse of women over at […] …