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Socialism – Polls Indicates Its Alarming Rise in Public Opinion

Headlines about “the end of the republic” litter political commentary across the political landscape. They usually mark the beginning of a discussion of the merits of Donald Trump as president of the United States, but his ascendency is not the leading sign of a collapse of American society. For that, see a recent poll indicating a tectonic shift occurring in the political preferences of U.S. adults. When you consider current trends in cultural norms and widely held beliefs, you will see that we are headed toward the end of the American experiment.

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Tomi Lahren Likely On Her Way Out At The Blaze

Political commentator Tomi Lahren will likely be leaving The Blaze in September if not sooner, The Daily Caller has learned.

Lahren hosts her own show for The Blaze and has garnered national attention for her aggressive rants on politically-charged topics like Black Lives Matter, which frequently went viral on Facebook.

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Artist Receiving Death Threats over anti Trump Billboard

A woman in Arizona who created a highway billboard art piece with an anti-Trump message claims she’s now receiving death threats over her work.

The woman, artist Karen Fiorito, was commissioned by a Phoenix art gallery to create an artwork that commented on President Trump, according to the Arizona Republic newspaper.

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What a week it’s been for Chelsea Clinton

Thursday she announced that she’s writing a new children’s book, “She Persisted,” highlighting how women overcame immense opposition to achieve their goals.” The same day, Expedia filed paperwork with the Securities and Exchange Commission naming her to the board of directors. (There was also all the publicity about her spinach pancakes on National Pancake Day, but we’ll ignore that.)

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Where is Michelle? Barack Obama to spend a month in French Polynesia

Papeete (AFP) – Barack Obama arrived in French Polynesia where he will spend a month at a luxury resort frequented by Hollywood stars, according to local TV channel Tahiti Nui TV.

The former US president landed on the tourist island Tahiti without his family before going to Marlon Brando’s privately owned retreat Tetiaroa atoll, which the Oscar-winning actor bought in the 1960s.

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7 things Trump and his advisers have said about the travel ban that wound up hurting them in court

Two federal judges have now blocked President Trump’s revised travel ban, and both cited extensively the president’s own words — and those of his close advisers — as reasons they were convinced to do so. The comments, the judges said, provide strong evidence that the directive was meant to disfavor Muslims and thus violates the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment.

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Nader: Hit Google-Facebook-Apple ‘monopoly’ with antitrust laws

Consumer advocate Ralph Nader, concerned about fake news prevalent on social media sites, believes Congress should weigh in with antitrust legislation targeting Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Apple.

“The sooner the better,” he said at a National Archives celebration event for the 50-year-old Freedom of Information Act

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Miami Superintendent: ‘Over My Dead Body’ Will ICE Enforce On School Grounds

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The Miami-Dade School District took up the immigration debate Wednesday.

The district reports undocumented students are worried sick for themselves and their parents. And the school board issued what is essentially a “stay away” order to federal agents.

“Our people didn’t come to harm this country. They came here so their children could have a better future,” 10-year-old Jasmine Coach told Miami- Dade school board members Wednesday to a standing ovation.

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Rachel Maddow’s Tax Return Show Attracts 4 Million Viewers, Her Biggest Audience

Tuesday evening’s episode of The Rachel Maddow Show, in which the eponymous host and Daily Beast contributor David Cay Johnston revealed President Trump’s 2005 tax returns, scored huge ratings, beating out all other cable-news competitors. According to Nielsen data, the show raked in 4.1 million viewers, beating out Fox News (which normally wins the cable-news set for the 9 p.m. hour), CNN, and the rest of all cable television. Additionally, that viewership figure was enough to beat out even ABC and Fox broadcast-network ratings during the 9 p.m. ET hour. This was the highest-rated program ever for The Rachel Maddow Show in both total viewership and the key ages 25-54 demographic. Maddow teased this particular evening’s show with a tweet—“BREAKING: We’ve got Trump’s tax returns. Tonight, 9pm ET. MSNBC. (Seriously.)”—and was widely mocked for how long it took the host to finally reveal what many ultimately viewed to be a lackluster scoop on the president’s old tax returns

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Tillerson says diplomacy with North Korea has ‘failed’; Pyongyang warns of war

TOKYO — The Trump administration made a clear break Thursday with diplomatic efforts to talk North Korea out of a nuclear confrontation, bringing the United States and its Asian allies closer to a military response than at any point in more than a decade.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said that 20 years of trying to persuade North Korea to abandon its nuclear program had failed and that he was visiting Asia “to exchange views on a new approach.”

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Ryan Clings to Core of GOP Health Bill as Opposition Mounts

House Speaker Paul Ryan has told senior Republicans that he won’t change the main pillars of his plan to repeal and partially replace Obamacare, even as Republicans search for tweaks that can break their logjam over the legislation.

With a steady trickle of Republicans coming out against the bill, Ryan is sending the message he won’t drop any of its four main elements — refundable tax credits, health savings accounts, the phaseout of Medicaid expansion and the ban on insurers denying coverage over pre-existing conditions — according to a senior Republican aide.

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GCHQ denies helping Obama spy on Trump

One of Britain’s leading spy agencies has angrily denied claims – suggested by the White House press secretary – that it helped former president Barack Obama spy on Donald Trump.

In a very rare public statement, a spokesman for GCHQ told ITV News that any suggestion it was involved in spying on Mr Trump “was utterly ridiculous and should be ignored”.

The strongly-worded denial came shortly after Sean Spicer repeated an unsubstantiated and explosive allegation – first made by a Fox News analyst – that Barack Obama used British spies to watch Donald Trump on his behalf to ensure “there were no American fingerprints on it”.

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