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Four contenders emerge for Trump’s Labor post after Puzder pulls out

President Donald Trump is considering at least four candidates to be his new nominee for labor secretary after his previous pick abruptly withdrew from the confirmation process. Two administration officials told Fox News late Wednesday that potential nominees include former National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) members Peter Kirsanow and Alexander Acosta, former South Carolina Department

Elector push for Russia briefing heats up after Podesta fans flames

Adam Shaw, A push by restive electors for a briefing on alleged Russian interference in the U.S. election is growing after Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman poured fuel on the fire by endorsing the call – as some Donald Trump foes continue to hold out hope they can deny the president-elect the office he won. John

The Deep State vs. Donald TrumpĀ 

Virgil, 1. The War Against Trump Do the Democrats want Donald Trump to become the 45th president?  Of course not.  And how about the Democrats’ handmaiden, the Main Stream Media?  Do they want Trump in the White House?  Of course not.  And how ‘bout all the other affluent residents of the Washington “swamp,” which Trump

North Carolina Governor McCrory Concedes

North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory conceded the governor’s race Monday, clearing the way for Democrat Roy Cooper to be declared the winner nearly four weeks after Election Day. The win by Cooper, the state’s outgoing attorney general, gives Democrats an important consolation prize after a disappointing election across the country. However, Republicans retain super majorities

Mythbusting Christian Excuses for Not Voting

Dr. Jeff Myers,  Here’s a poll number about presidential politics that may shock you: About half of self-identified Christians of voting age did not cast a ballot in the election of 2012, according to the Barna Group. That’s 40 to 50 million men and women who probably say they love America but still failed to

The Computer Voting Revolution Is Already Crappy, Buggy, and Obsolete

Michael Riley, Jordan Robertson, and David Kocieniewski, Remember when everyone hated hanging chads and wanted computerized voting? Seemed like a good idea at the time. Six days after Memphis voters went to the polls last October to elect a mayor and other city officials, a local computer programmer named Bennie Smith sat on his couch

The More Things Change, The More They Actually Don’t

Victor Davis Hanson, In today’s technically sophisticated and globally connected world, we assume life has been completely reinvented. In truth, it has not changed all that much. Facebook and Google may have recalibrated our lifestyles, but human nature, geography and culture are nearly timeless. Even as ideologies and governments come and go, the same old,

Student to Never-Trumpers: Grow Up

Chad Mallard,  A young Republican points to popularity among millennials, calls for unity. When Donald Trump became the presumptive Republican nominee, some Republicans moaned. Many more, including millions who voted for the mogul, were ecstatic. Most Republicans hopped aboard the #TrumpTrain and let fly tweets emblazoned with #NeverHillary — while others remain dismayed, and cling

Search continues for wreckage from EgyptAir flight as officials probe links to terror

An intense search continued Thursday in the Mediterranean Sea off Greece for wreckage of an EgyptAir flight that went down earlier in the day with 66 people on board, as multiple U.S. officials told Fox News that no explosion was detected by infrared satellites in the vicinity of the crash area.  There were conflicting reports

Officials fear massive Canada wildfire could double in size

Alberta –  Canadian officials hoped to complete the mass evacuation of work camps north of Alberta’s main oil sands city of Fort McMurray on Saturday, fearing a growing wildfire could double in size and reach a major oil sands mine and even the neighboring province of Saskatchewan. Chad Morrison of Alberta Wildfire said the massive blaze in the province

Cruz Campaign Chairman Concedes, Pennsylvania ‘will likely go for Trump’

Byron York, Ted Cruz’s campaign concedes that this Tuesday’s primaries in Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Delaware, Rhode Island, and Maryland will be difficult for Cruz, and on late Sunday afternoon campaign chairman Chad Sweet admitted that the biggest prize of the day, Pennsylvania, “will likely go mostly for Trump.” The best hope for Cruz, Sweet told members of