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The American Health Care Act Is Dead

The Republican replacement to Obamacare died before going before a vote, ending any chance for a repeal and replacement for the foreseeable future.

Oops, They Did It Again! Internet Trolls Win Another Round Against Shia

Less than two weeks after taking down Shia LaBeouf’s flag in Tennessee, the internet found and captured the flag once again.

As Someone Who Once Believed the Narrative of Breitbart, Coulter, & Hannity, I’m No Longer Able to Stand It

Here’s some game theory on why some Right wingers criticize their movement the hardest. We once believed the narrative, now we try our best to get others out of it.

President Trump to Speak at Liberty University Commencement

President Donald Trump will deliver the commencement address at Liberty University this year.

Freedom Caucus: Repeal or Bust?

As the AHCA faces opposition and revision, the House Freedom Caucus hopes to offer an alternative that appeases conservative voters who want a full repeal.

Symbolism and Tradition on First Day of Gorsuch Hearings

During the first day of the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings to confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch, Republicans and Democrats both reminisced on the path that brought them to this hearing.

Comey Confirms Investigation into Russia, Shoots Down Wiretap Claims

FBI Director James Comey confirmed the existence of an ongoing investigation into potential collusion with Trump and Russia on Monday, and shot down Trump’s claims of wiretapping in Trump Tower.

Democrats Have a Message Problem

The Democrats are no longer the party of Roosevelt or JFK. They’re a losing centrist party with no vision or objective.

What Happened to the Alt-Right?

The alt-right was once a positive term but has now been overtaken by a more sinister group. How did it all happen?

Before Gorsuch’s Confirmation, Prayer Outside the Supreme Court

Outside the Supreme Court this afternoon, a small group gathered for a brief service of worship and prayer before Judge Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation hearing tomorrow.

Commentary: Judge Watson’s Damaging Judicial Overreach

The decision by a Hawaii judge to strike down the second executive order on immigration is a dangerous example of judicial overreach and supremacy which sets bad precedent.

Bow Wow Threatens To ‘Pimp’ Melania Trump

Rapper Bow Wow tried to defend Snoop Dogg on Twitter, to significant controversy and backlash.

Trump, Rubio Comment on Snoop Dogg Video

President Trump took to Twitter after a Snoop Dogg video showed the president in a clown suit being shot.

Justice Department Announces Indictment of FSB Officers in Yahoo Case

Following a hack of over 500 million Yahoo accounts, the DOJ announced indictments against four individuals.

Nunes: No Evidence of Trump Tower Wiretapping

So far, there is still no evidence that Trump Tower was intentionally wiretapped, despite the president’s claims.

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Justice Department Announces Indictment of FSB Officers in Yahoo Case

Justice Department Announces Indictment of FSB Officers in Yahoo Case

RR Staff

Following a hack of over 500 million Yahoo accounts, the DOJ announced indictments against four individuals.

4Chan Trolls Shia LaBeouf in Epic Capture the Flag Game

4Chan Trolls Shia LaBeouf in Epic Capture the Flag Game

RR Staff

Shia LaBeouf tried to hide the He Will Not Divide Us flag from the internet, but he underestimated the collective power of 4chan trolls.

Burkean Pride and Prejudice

Burkean Pride and Prejudice

Troy Worden

Prejudice has a malicious connotation in society, but Edmund Burke provides an alternate, less repulsive version of it.