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California Democrats snub Feinstein

WASHINGTON – Think the Republican Party has problems headed into the 2018 midterm elections? Democrats, at least in California, demonstrated they are not thrilled about business as usual Sunday by denying 25-year incumbent senator Dianne Feinstein the party’s endorsement for re-election in November, getting only 37 percent of the state party convention. Instead state Senate […] …

Homeschool mom’s tire slashed during testimony to legislature

Sara Valle, a longtime homeschooling mom in South Dakota, knew there were opponents of a legislative plan to provide homeschool students with access to certain public school options when she agreed to testify on behalf of the bill before the state legislature. Now she knows those opponents will go to extremes. It’s because a box-cutter […] …

Government demands passports from homeschool parents

Government officials in Norway have demanded that a homeschooling mother and father give up their passports if they want to be reunited with their 12-year-old son. WND reported last week Norwegian police and social services workers chased down, tackled and captured the 12-year-old for the offense of being homeschooled. See it for yourself, in this video from the […] …

Surging bread prices feed civil unrest

Civil unrest, including demonstrations and “reactions on social media” have surfaced in the wake of a massive increase in the price of bread in Jordan, says a report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin. But the food-cost problems the Middle East kingdom faces are not the result of famine, weather, crop disasters or shortages. It’s because officials decided […] …

Republicans help pass Medicaid expansion after years of resisting

After four years of resisting Medicaid expansion in Virginia, 20 Republican lawmakers in the House of Delegates relented and helped to push a limited, bipartisan expansion across the finish line, a vote one conservative member believes the GOP will live to regret. “I think this is going to prove to have been a very, very […] …

Pro-liberty candidate out to defeat big-government Republicanism

Virginia Del. Nick Freitas says his U.S. Senate bid is not only about defeating Democratic incumbent Tim Kaine but about returning the Republicans back to a party that champions the ideals that make America strong. Freitas, 38, is in his second term in the Virginia House of Delegates. He is also a U.S. Army veteran […] …

Abortion businesses’ dirty secrets now posted online

A team of pro-life activists has created a website giving the public access to reports from inspections done at abortion businesses across the country, as well as complaints they have faced – all taken from public records. It’s not a project that will make the abortionists happy. But it does reveal some of the details […] …

Judges rule public street, sidewalk aren’t ‘public’

When is a public street not a public street? And when is a public sidewalk not a public sidewalk? Apparently when a panel of three judges makes that claim, according to a dispute that has developed over Rodney Keister, a street preacher. He was ordered by the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa to shut up, […] …

Parents lose custody of minor teen who wants to ‘transition’

Parents Just Lost Custody of Teenage Daughter Who Wants to ‘Transition’ to a Boy: What You Need to Know By Ryan T. Anderson Reprinted with permission of the Daily Caller News Foundation Parents in Ohio lost custody of their 17-year-old daughter Friday because a judge ruled that she should be allowed to receive therapy, including […] …