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With a lineup that includes President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, "CPAC appears to be a very pro-active event this time around, as in ready-to-rumble.This year, the CPAC theme is 'A Time for Action,'" writes Jennifer Harper.

The Conservative Political Action Conference - CPAC - rumbles to life in 24 hours. Doors open Wednesday for activism training and assorted receptions that herald a mammoth event which cheers up conservatives, whether they attend or not.
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“The Supreme Court affirmed a woman’s right to choose an abortion,” Rev. Carlton Veazey, a Baptist pastor, said. “But before the Supreme Court did it, God had already done it, because it affirms a woman’s moral agency.”

Pro-life Christians issued a call to prayer this Lenten season for three abortionists who use their faith to justify their profession.
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Cheryl K. Chumley writes "Yes, Parkland, Florida, was an utter tragedy. Yes, Parkland, Florida, was a preventable tragedy. But no, Parkland, Florida, wasn’t due to guns."

Teens across the nation, fed up with school shootings, are planning marches, media events and three-minute demonstrations at the White House in order to get across their messages of frustration with the Second Amendment and to demand lawmakers take immediate action. Now if only they weren’t so dan...
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Becky Griffin justified her stance that he should have been aborted by pointing out that he suffers from a mental illness.

A former MTV personality blamed the Florida school shooting on the parents of the accused gunman who put him up for adoption rather than aborting him.
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Assigned texts include “Angry White Men: American Masculinity at the End of an Era” by Michael Kimmel and “White Woman, Listen!” by Hazel Carby.

Yale University is offering a course this semester where students will examine the “construction and counternarratives around whiteness.”
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“This is problematic because so many people clean their houses. It’s such a daily activity, almost everyone is exposed. I think that is the problem,” Svanes said.

Women who regularly use cleaning sprays or products are more at risk for significant lung damage compared to men, according to a wide-ranging Norwegian study that followed over 6,000 adults for more than 20 years.
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Cheryl K. Chumley writes "In other words: You can’t live a secular life and then expect God to come a’calling when times get hard."

A Harvard professor named Steven Pinker went on MSNBC’s “Hugh Hewitt” to ask, post-Florida travesty, “Where was God?”
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“What kind of sick demented cruel mind things of things like this to post?” Frank Stallone, Sylvester's brother tweeted. “People like this are mentally deranged and don’t deserve a place in society.”

“Rocky Balboa” says he’s “still punching” after a social media death hoax forced him to correct the record.
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Wesley Pruden writes "the indictments will never lead to a trial; they were not intended to do that. The bad guys are safely at home in Moscow, never to be seen again in the United States. But the indictments were a necessary career move for Mr. Mueller."

Washington measures everything and everyone by politics, and dysfunction is the new game in town. Rant and rage has become the lingua franca of the nation’s capital. Taking the measure of Robert Mueller’s indictment of 13 Russian cybernauts for interfering on Vladimir Putin’s behalf in the 201...
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Elder said her shop started getting unwanted negative attention after she decided to display an American flag with a thin blue line in front of her store to show her support for law enforcement.

A St. Louis antique store owner said she and others in the area are being harassed and even threatened for displaying their support for law enforcement.
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California Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia has been accused of sexually harassing multiple aides, of firing one for refusing to play “spin the bottle,” and of bragging about having sex with other Assembly members to gain information.

Multiple former staffers described in an open letter a “toxic” work environment with pervasive sexual harassment and drunkenness.
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Justices this month will hear Mark Janus' attorneys argue that he is being forced to subsidize views he doesn’t support, violating his core First Amendment rights.

When Mark Janus got his first paycheck working as a child support specialist for the state of Illinois in 2007, he was stunned to see a nearly $50 deduction for union dues.
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The indictment of 13 Russian nationals and three entities found that they were working behind the scenes on behalf of Bernie Sanders during the Democratic primary and Jill Stein, the Green Party’s candidate for president.

The feud over whether Jill Stein and Bernie Sanders helped sink Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid re-erupted after the Russian indictment found that the trolling operation tried to boost their 2016 election prospects along with those of Donald Trump.
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President Trump reversed years of animus against his predecessor as Republican presidential nominee, endorsing Mitt Romney for Utah’s U.S. Senate seat.

“.@MittRomney has announced he is running for the Senate from the wonderful State of Utah. He will make a great Senator and worthy successor to @OrrinHatch, and has my full support and endorsement!” Mr. Trump tweeted Monday evening.
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“It’s one thing to talk to Jesus. It’s another thing when Jesus talks to you… that’s called mental illness … hearing voices,” Joy Behar said.

According to the Media Research Center watchdog group, more than 25,000 people had called ABC by early Monday morning to complain about a segment on “The View” in which Joy Behar specifically said Vice President Mike Pence suffers from the delusions of prayer.
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“Teens between 14 and 18 have far better BS detectors, on average, than ‘adults’ 18 and older,” Laurence Tribe tweeted. “Wouldn’t it be great if the voting age were lowered to 16?”

Tribe, who was appointed the first Senior Counselor for Access to Justice in 2010 by then-President Obama, said Monday on Twitter that the “BS detectors” of children should be allowed to work in voting booths.
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