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Family Turkey Farm Puts Gobblers on First Family Tables Since 1959

President Donald Trump may have pardoned two turkeys at the White House this week, but two more birds will be served up for the first family courtesy of David Jaindl, a Pennsylvania farmer who has been providing the Thanksgiving bird to the White House residents since 1959.

David Jaindl, co-owner of Jaindal Farms, checks on one of the 219 buildings housing 4,000 turkeys, on Wednesday May 3, 2006, in Orefield, Pa. Pennsylvania public health officials say they have been preparing intensively for a flu pandemic that in a worst-case scenario could strike nearly 13 percent of the …

National Review: The Decline and Fall of The Economist

The National Review magazine has published a scathing indictment of the fortunes of the Economist, which has taken a hard stance against President Donald Trump, while supporting the deep state and European integration.

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Family Argues Mexican National Killed by Border Patrol Had Constitutional Rights

A Mexican family whose son was killed by a U.S. Border Patrol agent told the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday that the agent violated their son’s constitutional rights by using unnecessary deadly force. A preliminary issue is whether the Constitution applies to someone who is not a citizen of the U.S. and was standing on Mexican soil at the time of the shooting.

Bartletti, Don –– – MARCH 19, 2009. RODEO, NEW MEXICO. Veteran U.S. Border Patrol tracker Rogelio Villa and other agents move smugglers through the desert. The marijuana backpack on his ATV has blue shoulder straps fashioned from blankets. Villa and his team tracked the suspects for 6 hours before surrounding …

Exclusive: Insane to Release an ‘Insane’ Hinckley, Says Reagan’s Personal Aide

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute issued a statement Wednesday on the Hinkley release: “John Hinckley is responsible for the shooting of President Reagan and three other brave men. One died two years ago from the wounds he received. Contrary to the judge’s decision, we believe John Hinckley is still a threat to others and we strongly oppose his release. They are all lives that matter dearly to us.”

President Ronald Reagan Waves To Onlookers Moments Before An Assassination Attempt By John Hinckley Jr March 30, 1981 By The Washington Hilton In Washington Dc.James Brady Is Visible Third From The Left.

EXCLUSIVE – Roger Stone: Trump To Name Prospective Cabinet at RNC

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Donald Trump is planning to use the Republican National Convention to make the unusual move of announcing names of potential cabinet members,  Trump’s longtime confident Roger Stone has confirmed. Stone was speaking in an interview set to

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Exclusive: John Ratcliffe Says Bill Reverses 30 Years of Regulator Dominance in Courts

“Republican and Democratic administrations alike have been taking taking advantage of Chevron Deference for the last three decades and it’s been the American people, who have been suffering, but it’s Congress, who can provide the fix to this,” said whose bill passed the House 240 to 171, with one Democrat voting with Republicans.

Scaffolding still wraps around the Senate and the Capitol Dome as part of a long-term repair project, but some of it has been removed from the very top of the structure around the Statue of Freedom, in Washington, Wednesday, March 9, 2016. The rest of the work, including restoration to …

10 Diseases Other Than Alzheimer’s Ripe for Will Ferrell Comedy

In the wake of Will Ferrell’s decision to spoof Ronald Reagan’s battle with Alzheimer’s disease, we’ve compiled list of other tragic illnesses which the comedian might consider for follow-ups. No doubt, Mr. Ferrell, with his sophisticated insights, will be able to mine the humor in all of these.

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CAIR Attacks Ted Cruz for Placing ‘Infamous Islamophobes’ on Security Team

The Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) — the organization labeled a terrorist organization in the United Arab Emirates — is calling on 2016 Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz to remove individuals from his national security advisory team which CAIR has labeled “infamous Islamophobes.”

Frank Gaffney, founder and president of the Center for Security Policy, testifies during a hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee July 24, 2013 in Washington, DC. The committee heard testimony from the panelists on 'Closing Guantanamo: The National Security, Fiscal, and Human Rights Implications.' (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)