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Christian college employees fired over ‘racially insensitive’ parody

Three employees at a small Christian college in Winona Lake, Indiana, lost their jobs after a work-sponsored photo drew criticism for being racially insensitive. The photo in question features five white Grace College and Seminary employees posing for a parody rap album cover. The mock photo — which was posted to ...

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Trey Gowdy slams Democrats’ ‘baseless, reckless accusations’ against Trump

Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) ripped into the media for their “hyper-focus” on Russian collusion, and on Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee for making “baseless, reckless accusations” against President Trump. “I have lost track of the point of all this,” Carlson said, “what is the point of this investigation just ...

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State Department has terrible, but familiar, news for Hillary Clinton

Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton just got very bad, yet familiar, news from the State Department – she’s under federal investigation again. The probe centers around the well-known accusations that Clinton and her staff mishandled classified information. Fox News reported that the State Department has opened the investigation anew, though Clinton ...

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Here’s what you need to know about the Georgia special election

The heated run-off race between Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff and Republican candidate Karen Handel will come to an end as the polls in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District close Tuesday night. As early polls show the candidates within a couple points of each other in Newt Gingrich’s former district, many are viewing the ...

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Watch: Florida man chases off gun-wielding home intruders with machete

Leandro Mojena-Peralta showed a team of armed burglars that he could effectively defend his home with nothing but a machete despite being outnumbered and outgunned during an attempted attack on Thursday in Sarasota, Florida. A video posted by the Washington Post on Tuesday shows Mojena-Peralta and an unidentified man sitting at a ...

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This is why Trump suggests Obama is to blame for the death of Otto Warmbier

During a news conference Tuesday from the Oval Office, President Donald Trump  implied that former President Barack Obama was partially responsible for the death of American college student Otto Warmbier. Calling Warmbier’s North Korean death “a total disgrace,” Trump noted that Warmbier “should have been brought home a long time ago.” “Frankly, ...

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Live Decision Desk results from the Georgia special election

The Georgia election for the 6th Congressional District seat in the House of Representatives is being seen as a bellwether for the midterm election, and for whether President Trump’s time in the Oval Office has been a success so far. TheBlaze is proud to bring you results from the Decision ...

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White university professor fired after ‘queer, black, fed-up feminist’ accuses h…

Judy Morelock, a University of Tennessee Knoxville professor, was fired after student Kayla Parker alleged that after a debate about the history of slavery went south, she was called racist by the lecturer. “I’ve never seen this before,” Parker said on Medium’s Student Voices titled “Beware of Wolves in Sheep’s ...

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Liberal activist who mocked white people on Fox News suspended from teaching

Lisa Durden had a fiery debate with Tucker Carlson defending a gathering of Black Lives Matter devotees that banned white people, but then found that she was suspended from her teaching position at Essex County College in Newark, New Jersey. Durden blames the controversial appearance for her suspension despite she had ...

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BREAKING: Georgia special election called early

The Georgia special election for the 6th Congressional District seat has been called early for Republican Karen Handel. CNN projects Republican Karen Handel wins the special Congressional election in the Georgia 6th, beating Democrat Jon Ossoff. — Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) June 21, 2017 There just is not enough mail in ...

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