Hillary Clinton was back on the speaking circuit, pushing back on those who have called on her to leave the national political scene.
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Dana Loesch believes the left is not being honest about the true goal of the push for more gun control laws.
A Hofstra University student said Thursday he thought it was a joke when a group of student activists at the New York school called for the removal of a statue of Thomas Jefferson on campus.
Judge Andrew Napolitano said Thursday that Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz will find a "treasure trove" of abuses by the DOJ and the FBI.
The supervisor of Orange County, California said Wednesday she was recently called a "racist b----" amid her county's push to opt out of the state's sanctuary designation.
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