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With Eight Percent Reporting, Moore Re-Takes the Lead in Alabama

It’s early, and there is a lot to still report, but Doug Jones has taken an early lead over Roy Moore. The lead was due in large part to early results from some of the more population-dense areas of the state, Mobile and Montgomery. Via Decision Desk HQ: Early #ALSen results from: Mobile: Jones 1182, Moore 502 (Trump won, but went against Moore in 2012)Montgomery: | Read More »
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Exit Poll: How Much of Donald Trump Is A Factor In The Alabama Senate Race?

People are often asked why they’re voting in an election. Lately, people say that votes are based on Donald Trump that his presence puts things in play. According to the Washington Post exit poll, the Trump factor represents quite a large percentage of why people are voting: (click for full size): 51 percent say Trump is not a factor but for 47 percent it is | Read More »
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2 baby-body-parts dealers ordered to close

The Orange County, California, district attorney’s office has announced that two baby-body-parts dealers investigated after a series of undercover videos about the abortion industry’s profits on fetal tissue have been ordered to close down. The companies are DV Biologics and DaVinci Biosciences. They “must permanently close and cease all operations in the state of California […] …

Look who calls evangelicals ‘extremist religious group’

The leader of a group founded in Washington, D.C., as a front to help fulfill the Muslim Brotherhood’s stated aim of conquering Western Civilization declared at a rally in front of the White House that President Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital was done to appease an “extremist religious group,” referring to evangelical […] …

Does the Exit Polling and Turnout in Alabama Favor the Democrats?

As the polls close, there is scant information that seems to indicate one way or another how this race is Alabama will turn out. You have, in one hand, a relatively low turnout – about 25% total once the day is done, according to state officials. Low turnout in special elections would typically favor the Republican. However, we’ve also seen reports that black turnout in Alabama | Read More »
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Alabama finally decides in Roy Moore vs. Doug Jones

America’s attention is turned to the high-stakes special election in Alabama this evening as voters decide whether to send Republican Roy Moore or Democrat Doug Jones to the U.S. Senate – a critical choice that could either bolster or jeopardize President Trump’s legislative agenda. With less than 1 percent reporting, Moore had received 48.3 percent of the vote to Jones’ 50.8 percent. WND […] …

Trial begins in case of Nazi-jihadist D.C. Metro cop

By Abha Shankar Investigative Project on Terrorism Editor’s note: This copyright report is reprinted with permission of the Investigative Project on Terrorism. Former D.C. Metro Transit Police officer Nicholas Young had unusual political views, a federal prosecutor told jurors in Young’s terrorist trial. He “was attracted to Nazis and Islamic terrorists at the same time,” […] …