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  • Mexico should confront its xenophobic past

    Mexico should confront its xenophobic past

    It’s past time for an apology to the Chinese-Mexican community by Antonio C. Hsiang Mexico has recently been on the receiving end of an ugly wave of xenophobia from some American politicians and members of the public. In response, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, standing in solidarity with his country’s diaspora, made it a point

  • At CPAC, panelists discuss role vetting, assimilation play in national security

    At CPAC, panelists discuss role vetting, assimilation play in national security

    by Fred Lucas Extreme vetting and a border wall are the key issues facing the country under President Donald Trump’s administration—but aren’t the silver bullet solution to immigration, experts and members of Congress said Saturday. “Extreme vetting is something that applies to the refugee side of this debate,” said Rep. Ken Buck, R-Colo., during a

  • Shocking: Trump supports seizure of private property by the police without due process

    Shocking: Trump supports seizure of private property by the police without due process

    by Dave Hodges The Common Sense Show The American economy is living on borrowed time through the infusion of massive amounts of “printed out of thin air” cash being printed by the Federal Reserve. Anyone with an IQ above room temperature knows that the inevitable economic crash is looming on the horizon. The deficit is

  • Texas Republicans make third attempt to ban ‘sanctuary cities’

    Texas Republicans make third attempt to ban ‘sanctuary cities’

    Bills targeting “sanctuary cities” failed to pass the Texas Legislature in 2011 and 2015, but similar efforts this session have better chances of making it to Gov. Greg Abbott’s desk by Julián Aguilar The Legislature is gearing up for a fight over “sanctuary cities” bills — and not for the first time. The current debate

  • Ringling Bros. Circus to close after 146 years of spectacles

    Ringling Bros. Circus to close after 146 years of spectacles

    Numerous allegations of abuse & neglect to animals contributed by Claire Bernish The Free Thought Project After 146 years of animal performances, clowns, and side shows, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus will stop all performances — forever — as of May. A number of factors contributed to the monumental decision, including decreased attendance,

  • Seven ways President Trump could impact your wallet

    Seven ways President Trump could impact your wallet

    by Ari Cetron Shocking the polling industry — but not surprising his supporters one bit — Donald Trump has been elected the next president of the United States. He made a lot of promises during the campaign, a number of which could affect your wallet. Trump should be able to get some things done. His

  • War on cash goes into full effect

    War on cash goes into full effect

    Citibank deja de aceptar efectivo en varias sucursales by Jack Burns In 2015, as a guest on Ron Paul’s Liberty Report, Economics Professor Joseph Salerno warned of a coming war on cash. Apparently, now, that time has come. Governments loathe cash transactions because they’re private and hard to tax. As a result, some countries are

  • What Trump can do on immigration

    What Trump can do on immigration

    Is the wall possible? by Josh Siegel When Donald Trump is inaugurated as president in January, he has the authority to dramatically reshape immigration policy by himself. While Trump would need Congress to appropriate money to fund his biggest campaign promise—building a wall across the southern border—he can act alone in other areas, just like

  • FBI insider reveals agent revolt  inside the bureau Made Comey reopen Clinton investigation to “save face”

    FBI insider reveals agent revolt inside the bureau Made Comey reopen Clinton investigation to “save face”

    by Jack Burns The Free Thought Project Just after the FBI opened a criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email scandal, the Free Thought Project spoke with a high-level FBI agent (retired). He said if Clinton wasn’t eventually indicted, it was almost certain there would be a data dump (click for related story) from within the

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