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Monday roundup

Byron York: Dossier author was in contact with Obama Justice Department

Yep, the fix was in.

Arizona Cop Acquitted for Killing Man Crawling Down Hotel Hallway While Begging for His Life

Video. Beyond disturbing.

Inside a secret 2014 list of hundreds of L.A. deputies with histories of misconduct

The police union didn't even want prosecutors to have access to this list.

Senate Republicans Made a $289 Billion Mistake in the Handwritten Tax Bill They Passed at 2 a.m. Go Figure.


Inside the Mind of Hillary Clinton

She's never the one to blame.

Trump is finally fixing this economy-killing agency

The CFPB has got to go.


Officials Announce First DoD-Wide Audit, Call for Budget Certainty

I want to see it before I believe it

58 People Were Killed In Las Vegas, We Still Don't Know Why Or How, And Nobody Cares

Why does this investigation keep stumbling?

A Police Killing Without a Hint of Racism

“Daniel Shaver begged officers not to shoot him. What role will his death play in the push for law-enforcement reforms?”

Big ISPs Spent $1 Million Attacking Colorado Community Broadband

Ten companies control most of the nation's internet. Competition is the only thing that can keep them honest and focused on the customer. Otherwise things like this happen.

U.S. Diplomat’s Resignation Signals Wider Exodus From State Department

I'm leery of entrenched bureaucracy, particularly one that has been protected "for the greater good."

Chief Pathologist Resigns to Expose Sheriff for Falsifying Autopsy Reports to Protect Killer Cops

When you can't trust the cops, who can you trust?

New Report Looks At How Obama’s Housing Policies Destroyed Black Wealth

Government won't save you

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