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Ann Coulter — GOP to Dems: Here, Take Our Wallet, Too!

Election recounts would be more plausible if Democrats occasionally let the Republican win. But they don’t. Ballots miraculously discovered days and weeks after the election — in the back seat of a car, after helpful “corrections” to the ballots by election supervisors, etc. — invariably result in a surprise win for the Democrat.

FILE - In this Nov. 24, 2000, file photo, Broward County, Fla. canvassing board member Judge Robert Rosenberg uses a magnifying glass to examine a disputed ballot at the Broward County Courthouse in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The Founding Fathers set up the Electoral College to ensure a well-informed, geographically diverse …

Five Famous Examples of Democrat Recount Boondoggles

There is much apprehension among Republican voters because Democrats always seem to do incredibly well in recount dramas, deploying strike teams of lawyers to obtain the most favorable possible interpretation of dubious ballots and harvesting a bumper crop of dubious ballots to interpret. Mysterious boxes of votes discovered after Election Day always seem to favor the Democrats by lopsided margins.

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Maher: Al Franken Should Get Back Into Politics

On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” host Bill Maher argued former Senator Al Franken (D-MN) should return to politics. Maher stated, “Until Donald Trump is no longer president, don’t talk to me about any cause except Democrats winning elections.”

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Bill Clinton Addresses Weinstein, Franken, Changing Norms

Former President Bill Clinton promoted the new political thriller he wrote with James Patterson Thursday in an interview with PBS’s Judy Woodruff, who grilled him on Harvey Weinstein, Al Franken, and changing sexual harassment “norms.”

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Bernie Sanders on Al Franken: ‘We Miss Him Very, Very Much’

Appearing in a Washington Post Daily 202 interview published online Wednesday, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) commented on his “good friend” former Sen. Al Franken D-MN), and said he missed him “very, very much.” Washington Post’s James Hohmann asked Sanders if it was

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Impeachment Advocate Richard Painter Joins Dems, Announces MN Senate Run

Richard Painter, former President George W. Bush’s White House ethics lawyer who was also an executive at a left-wing “watchdog group,” announced on Monday that he will be running for former Minnesota Senator Al Franken’s Senate seat as a Democrat. He has been one of the most prominent advocates of impeaching President Donald Trump.

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Politico Dismisses Joe Biden’s ‘Hands-iness’ with Children

In the desperate hope that countless photos and videos of former Vice President Joe Biden’s “handsi-ness” with women and children can be wished away, the far-left Politico published a lengthy piece Monday dismissing the problem.   

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Al Franken Will Resign on Tuesday

Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) will officially resign on January 2, nearly a month after the Minnesota Democrat revealed on the Senate floor that he will step aside. Numerous sexual assault allegations and pressure from his Democratic colleagues combined to force his departure.

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Hayward: The Sexual Harassment Meltdown of 2017

No doubt one of the things 2017 will be remembered for was the cascade of sexual harassment allegations and resignations rolling through the worlds of entertainment and politics, beginning with the spectacular fall of once-untouchable Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein. Partisan opportunists should not be allowed to distract us from the devastating indictment of centralized power and the hypocrisy of the political class delivered by the “#MeToo” story.

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Dem Sen Manchin: Al Franken Should Reverse Resignation Decision

In a preview of Politico’s “Off Message” podcast published Monday, Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) called on Sen. Al Franken (D-MN), who announced his resignation from the U.S. Senate in a floor speech earlier this month, to reverse that decision. Manchin

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Richard Painter: A Lot ‘Suspicious’ With What Happened to Al Franken

Saturday on MSNBC’s “AM Joy,” University of Minnesota Law Professor Richard Painter questioned Sen. Al Franken’s (D-MN) resignation, saying there was something “suspicious” and that the senator should have been allowed due process. “We need due process, we need to find