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There are worse hobbies to have than collecting love letters. While very private at the time they’re written (and given, or not, to their recipient) they often make for excellent reading at a later date by others who have nothing to do with a c...

Other than being an anti-Israel, pro-gun-grabber who donated to help defeat a Republican senator, he's a great choiceThe post There Is No Good Reason For David Petraeus To Be SecState And A Lot Of Good Reasons Why He Shouldn’t appeared first on...

Chris Suprun is a paramedic from Dallas, Texas. A Republican member of the Electoral College, he has previously voiced his support for PEOTUS and poorly dressed meatball Donald Trump. In the last month, however, Suprun has changed his mind.Read more.

Apparently Donald Trump has made the planet heal and the oceans recede. Nice work and he's not even inaugurated yetThe post Climate Change Guru: Donald Trump’s Election Means the Planet Is Now Safe appeared first on RedState.

New allegations are being leveled by a non-partisan watchdog group against a Mercer-backed Super PAC, Make America Number 1, and Steve Bannon. The Campaign Legal Center alleges in a letter sent to the Federal Election Commission that the super PAC i...

The news Donald Trump is going to nominate General James Mattis to be his Secretary of Defense was greeted with near universal acclaim. Mattis has been praised by Republicans and Democrats alike and more importantly, by the men and women who have ser...

Donald Trump showed his thin skin again recently by claiming he would have won the popular vote if not for millions of illegal votes -- especially in Virginia, New Hampshire, and California. He was upset because people were questioning the validity o...