Trump hits Obamacare on 1st hours in office

President Trump on Friday, during his first hours in office, targeted Obamacare with an executive order that instructs federal officials “shall” grant exemptions to any “fiscal burden” or “fee” pending under the federal health-care takeover law. Trump, during his campaign, had promised to repeal and replace the massive federal bureaucracy Obama created with support only […] …

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Why leftists turned Inauguration Day violent

One day after self-styled “anti-fascist” protesters attacked Donald Trump supporters who attended a celebratory gathering, anarchists once again caused chaos on the streets of the nation’s capital. Property destruction, assaults and fires marred Trump’s first day in office as leftists held to their vow to “go hard” on Inauguration Day. Streets just five blocks from […] …

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This day in WND history: Bin Laden hailed as ‘Pancho Villa of Islam’

Radical Hispanic group hails Osama bin Laden as ‘Pancho Villa of Islam’  Jan. 21, 2006: WND reported that a radical Hispanic group that claimed the southwestern United States belongs to Mexico was hailing elusive al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden as the “Pancho Villa of Islam.” Villa was unsuccessfully pursued for 11 months by Gen. John […] …

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Obama Leaves Behind A Red America And A Blue America. They Couldn’t Be More Different.

Depending on whether you ask a Democrat or a Republican, Barack Obama’s eight years in office left the nation either dramatically better off, or practically a shambles.
Overall, Americans are about evenly split as to how Obama’s presidency personally affected them, according to a HuffPost/YouGov poll taken during his final days in office: 32 percent say things have gotten better, 30 percent that they’ve gotten worse and 30 percent that they’ve stayed mostly the same. By a 10-point margin, 42 percent to 32 percent, they think the economy has gotten better rather than worse. By a 20-point margin, 42 to percent to 22 percent, they think the nation’s position internationally has grown weaker rather than stronger. 
Democrats, however, overwhelmingly say they’ve seen improvements in their own lives, the American economy and the country’s strengths abroad. Republicans disagree on all counts. Practically the only thing both sides agree on is that partisanship has gotten worse.
 A survey taken last year, as Obama delivered his final State of the Union address, found the partisan divide over his legacy outstripping the divide along racial, class or generational lines. In the intervening months, while his personal popularity has rebounded, that rift has remained vividly intact.
“For too many of…

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