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A loud cheer for the Silent Majority that lifted Trump to victory

Todd Starnes, Our long national nightmare is over and the Republic has been saved. I’m originally from the Deep South. My father, who passed away in 2006, was a blue-collar worker. We lived paycheck-to-paycheck. We went to church on Sunday. We lived a quiet life – just like many families in so-called “Fly-Over Country.” My

‘Heat dome’ hitting US, bringing surging temps

Dangerous heat will extend beyond the weekend, gripping large portions of the United States as a “heat dome” brings sweltering summer temperatures. The dome, which is a high-pressure ridge that traps hot air for an extended period of time, affected more than 110 million Americans over the weekend, when hot and very humid conditions pushed

Dallas attack: The ‘Pigs in a Blanket’ crowd got what they wanted

Todd Starnes, If you are prone to microaggressions you might want to stop reading and evacuate to your safe space — because what I’m about to write is politically incorrect. All lives matter. Every single life — matters. Back home in the Deep South, we used to sing a song in Sunday school – “Red

The middle class is shrinking just about everywhere in America

Emily Badger and Christopher Ingraham, Washington Post  The great shrinking of the middle class that has captured the attention of the nation is not only playing out in troubled regions like the Rust Belt, Appalachia and the Deep South, but in just about every metropolitan area in America, according to a major new analysis by the Pew