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Rep. Al Green: We Can Impeach Trump For ‘Bigotry’

Democrat Rep. All Green says he is preparing to bring articles of impeachment against President Trump for “bigotry.” While other prominent Democrats have been hesitant on the question of whether Trump should be impeached before Special Counsel Robert Mueller finishes his investigation, Green has said that Democrats can impeach Trump based on his alleged “bigotry.” Breitbart.com reports: “I am here to say without question, reservation, or hesitation that we should not allow ourselves to get back to bigotry as usual,” Green said on the House floor. “There seems to be…

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University’s Rule Now Prohibit Offensive Facial Expressions

When George Orwell famously wrote about a dystopian future where your every thought is monitored, he shouldn’t have set it in Great Britain. It would have been much more accurate had he instead written about American college campuses. We’ve known about the alarming trend of coddling and control at colleges for a while, but it may be getting worse. At the publicly-funded University of Montana Western, college administrators seem to be doing their best Big Brother impressions. That university recently published a policy which threatens punitive action against students for…

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Car Companies Roar Back as China Blinks in Trade War

The shares of global car manufacturers began to rise early Wednesday morning amid reports that China will be reducing its auto tariffs. China’s cabinet received a proposal to eliminate the 25-percent surcharge on U.S. cars imported to China, according to Bloomberg. If the proposal is finalized, China’s tariffs on cars made in the U.S. would drop to 15 percent from the current 40 percent. Investors seemed to wager on China’s softening stance on auto imports. Toyota’s stocks rose as much as 2 percent in Tokyo on Wednesday, and Hyundai rose…

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Lawmakers Accused of Harassment Will No Longer Get Bailed Out By Taxpayers

A bipartisan sexual harassment bill has been passed that protects victims and taxpayers from having to bail out accused lawmakers. There was widespread outrage when it came to light taxpayers were footing the bill for settlements and over $17 million has been paid by taxpayers to alleged victims of harassment from members of Congress. Per CNN, the Office of Compliance released information indicating that it has paid victims more than $17 million since its creation in the 1990s. That includes all settlements, not just related to sexual harassment, but also…

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Incoming NY AG Boasts She’ll Investigate Everyone Around Trump

The incoming New York Attorney General is promising a massive, full-scale investigation into President Trump and his entire family. Newsweek reported that the New York attorney general-elect has unveiled plans to launch a large-scale investigation into President Donald Trump. Letitia James, who will replace Barbara Underwood on January 1, 2019, vowed to probe not only Trump but also his family and any of his associates who might have violated the law. Her plans include an investigation over the meeting between a Russian official and three senior members of the Trump…

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Michelle Obama Jokes About President Trump Possible Indictment

Former First Lady, Michelle Obama, joked about double standards when compared to Donald Trump, during a Tuesday book tour chat in Detroit, Michigan. Michelle was referring to the severe scrutiny she and her family faced as the first black family in the White House. According to the Detroit Free Press Obama said, “We can’t make mistakes. We can’t get indicted.” She was referencing the Mueller probe potentially indicting Trump. Business Insider explains that the U.S. president has been implicated in a number of felonies, but not yet charged with any…

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Whoopi Says Americans Don’t Want The Wall

Whoopi Goldberg was having a tantrum about the border wall this morning on The View. Goldberg blasted President Donald Trump’s stance that he would shut down the government to make sure the wall got funding from Congress. The actress said that if Trump wants the wall so bad he should pay for it because Americans oppose building the wall. Well, poor Whoopi was made to regret her words. You’ll love this. President Donald Trump expertly played the game of politics yesterday morning when he set up the Democratic Leaders, Nancy…

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Pelosi Strikes Deal With Dems For Speakership

On Wednesday House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi announced a deal that could likely deliver her the votes to become speaker again, but only for another two terms. CNN reports that the longtime Democratic leader negotiated an agreement with a small group of Democrats who’ve been lobbying to block Pelosi from the speakership in their push for a new generation of leadership. The deal in which won over seven of her critics, would essentially guarantee Pelosi two more years as speaker but she could serve no longer than four years in…

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Maxine Waters: President Trump ‘Deserves to Be Impeached’

Rep. Maxine Waters (D., Calif.) said President Donald Trump “deserves to be impeached” during an appearance Wednesday on MSNBC’s “All In with Chris Hayes.” “All of the descriptions of what would happen if we move to impeach Trump are basically excuses, excuses because, you know, maybe they don’t want to fail at it. Maybe they believe that Trump will cause a revolt. You know, you talk about violence, and they accuse others of violence. This president basically said if you move to impeach me, my people are going to revolt,”…

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Hungary Passes ‘Slave Law’ Prompting Fury Among Opposition

The Hungarian government has passed a set of controversial laws amid scenes of chaos, as opposition MPs sounded sirens, blew whistles and angrily confronted the country’s rightwing prime minister, Viktor Orbán. One of the new laws raises the amount of overtime employers can demand their employees work and has been labelled a “slave law” by critics. Another establishes new courts to consider government business with a greater role for the justice minister. Their passing into law provoked a rare show of defiance from the fractured and demoralised opposition, heavily outnumbered in…

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