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Singer Joy Villa wears Trump dress to the Grammys

Joy Villa’s music sales skyrocketed after the singer wore a pro-Trump dress at Sunday night’s 59th annual Grammy Awards. When she arrived at the Grammys, Villa flung off a white frock to reveal a gown of patriotic red, white and blue that urged “Make America Great Again” and had “Trump” in sparkly letters on the back hem.

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Wife leaves husband of 22 years because he voted for Donald Trump

Burning passions over Donald Trump’s presidency are taking a personal toll on both sides of the political divide. For Gayle McCormick, it is particularly wrenching: she has separated from her husband of 22 years.

The retired California prison guard, a self-described “Democrat leaning toward socialist,” was stunned when her husband casually mentioned during a lunch with friends last year that he planned to vote for Trump – a revelation she described as a “deal breaker.”

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UC Berkeley flunks a constitutional test

When thugs act to deprive a speaker and his audience of their right to political speech, they violate the First Amendment of the Constitution. When public institutions are given notice and fail to adequately respond to the assault, they also violate that right.

Such was the case last week at UC Berkeley, where a criminal gang of 150 masked anarchists joined a college protest and created chaos, damaged property and injured individuals.

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‘SNL’ airs dark Kellyanne Conway sketch that went too far for some

Saturday Night Live is enjoying its strongest ratings in 22 years, but that success hasn’t come without some controversy, as a sketch in last night’s show mocking Trump aide Kellyanne Conway appears to illustrate.

SNL, known for its scathing portrayals of politicians on both sides of the aisle, has been criticized by many conservatives, including President Trump himself, for being “biased.”

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Newspaper Apologizes For Using Alec Baldwin Photo In Trump Cover Story

The Dominican Republic’s oldest and most important newspaper El Nacional on Friday printed a photo of Alec Baldwin doing his impression of President Trump on “Saturday Night Live” in a lead article about Trump and Israel.

The photo was used side-by-side with a photo of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

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Trump attack on judge hardly unprecedented. FDR, LBJ and Obama did the same

t’s tough to digest the outrage from reporters or politicians who claim something “never happened before in our history” when such statements lack any hint of historical perspective, any intellectual curiosity to discover if something truly is unprecedented.

It has become a common problem, this reacting in the arrogance of the moment rather than trying to understand how our system has worked for more than 200 years.

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Illegal Alien Voter Convicted in Texas is Tip of the Iceberg

You won’t hear much about Rosa Maria Ortega after this week. Ortega is the Mexican alien who was caught illegally voting five times in American elections. Ortega is Bigfoot for those in the media, professors, and Democrats who tell us that “voter fraud is as rare as Bigfoot.”

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Ghostwriter for Hillary Clinton, Carl Bernstein tells stories of betrayal in memoir

Barbara Feinman Todd’s new book is a nonfiction account of her years as a top political ghostwriter, but it features enough betrayal and intrigue to fuel a creditable thriller.

In “Pretend I’m Not Here,” Feinman Todd clashes with a famous investigative reporter and is “caught in and chewed up by the (Clinton) White House machine.” Bob Woodward and Hillary Clinton play important roles in this brisk memoir, and neither comes out looking very good.

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Reports: CIA Denies Security Clearance For Top Flynn Aide

A top aide picked by National Security Adviser Michael Flynn was rejected for a critical security clearance, effectively ending the aide’s ability to serve in a position on the National Security Council, multiple outlets reported Saturday.

Robin Townley, Flynn’s pick for the NSC’s senior director for Africa, was denied for a “Sensitive Compartmented Information” clearance, unnamed sources told Politico and ABC News. Without that clearance, Townley cannot serve on the NSC post, according to the reports.

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