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The partial government shutdown shows no sign of ending and the impact is becoming more and more pronounced. Unpaid TSA agents aren’t showing up for work, causing potentially a “massive security risk.” E-Verify is out of commission, making it easier for unwitting or unscrupulous employers to hire illegal workers. The Trump administration is promising to figure out the issue of the IRS issuing tax refunds and hungry Americans getting their food stamps, but it’s not...

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Global temperature data shows that 2018 was one of the warmest years on record in decades. According to The Daily Caller, scientists expect 2018 to rank as the fourth-warmest on record in terms of surface temperature data. The average global temperature for 2018 is expected to be about 1.4 degrees F above the average of 57.5 degrees. While most surface temperature surface temperature datasets will show that we had the fourth warmest year, satellite data of...

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Nancy Pelosi is officially back in charge in the House of Representatives and the Democrats voted Thursday to re-open the government without meeting President Trump’s demand for $5B for the border wall. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell isn’t even willing to bring the bill up for a vote in the Senate so things are still at an impasse. In the meantime, the Smithsonian Museums in Washington and the National Zoo are officially out of money...

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In the doozy that was 2018, with an endless barrage of news developments, it’s easy to forget that President Trump and North Korean President Kim Jong-un held an unprecedented meeting in mid-2018. Following that meeting, the two leaders signed a document outlining their agreements, but it became quickly apparent the two sides had very different understandings of what had transpired and what either country was agreeing to. The document was only 400 words long and...