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Fashion Notes: Melania Trump Weathers the Paris Storm in Dior High Fashion

First Lady Melania Trump weathered the Paris storm on Sunday in a high fashion ensemble fit for the pages of French Vogue. Mrs. Trump stunned at the Chateau de Versailles in Versailles, outside of Paris, while attending the commemoration ceremonies for the ending of World War I. In a high fashion, Christian Dior grey dress from the brand’s pre-Fall 2018 collection, Mrs. Turmp carried a black umbrella that matched her black Manolo Blahnik stilettos and leather gloves. As her signature, Mrs. Trump slung a Dior grey coat over her shoulders for…

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Klukowski: The Legal Case for Matthew Whitaker’s Appointment as Acting Attorney General

It is hard to see how arguments that President Trump cannot appoint Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general can be squared with how our constitutional government works. Otherwise, the Constitution could deprive the nation of a functioning government every time a new party wins the presidency if the opposition party controls the Senate at the same time. Some of those attacking Whitaker’s appointment at the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) are left-wing partisans who hate President Trump and will say anything to embarrass him, but others are conservative lawyers who…

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Cato Institute Pollster: Anchor Baby Policy Is ‘Core to American Identity’

A Cato Institute pollster says the United States’ birthright citizenship policy — which rewards the children of illegal aliens with automatic U.S. citizenship — is “core to American identity.” Last week, President Trump announced he is readying an executive order to end birthright citizenship in the U.S. The unilateral move would carry the country into the future on the issue, putting the nation more in line with similar Western countries. Currently, the U.S. and Canada are the only developed nations in the world that offer unrestricted birthright citizenship. The children of illegal aliens are…

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Florida Vote Count Official Accused of Having More Voters on Rolls than Eligible Citizens

The Florida official put in charge of counting votes in Broward County — the most liberal county in the state — for the gubernatorial and Senate race was previously accused of having more voters on her rolls than eligible voters in the county. Despite the election occurring days ago, Broward County Board of Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes continues tallying ballots, though she has refused to disclose how many ballots are still not counted. Republican Senate candidate Rick Scott has announced he will sue the county for mishandling the election. In 2016, Snipes had…

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Poll: Immigration Is the Mobilizing Issue for GOP Voters in Midterm Elections

Immigration has now been the leading issue facing the nation for Republican and conservative voters for the past eight months, a new poll reveals. The latest Harvard/Harris Poll finds that for the eighth consecutive month, immigration is named as the number one priority in the country by Republicans, conservatives, and supporters of President Trump. A total of 51 percent of Republican voters say immigration is the most important issue in the country, while 52 percent of conservatives and 51 percent of Trump voters say the same. The poll reveals, again,…

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Klukowski: How Trump Could Win on Birthright Citizenship

President Donald Trump is considering an executive order restricting birthright citizenship for illegal aliens’ children, which could create a Supreme Court test case that could end that misinterpretation of the Constitution’s Fourteenth Amendment, either through presidential action or through legislation. The original meaning of the Fourteenth Amendment’s Citizenship Clause promises birthright citizenship to people born on U.S. soil only if they are not citizens of a foreign nation, giving Congress the option of denying citizenship to the children of foreigners. Critics would be wise to hold off criticizing President Trump’s…

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Nolte: Axios Tells Midterm Voters We’re Headed into ‘Recession’–Moments Before Blowout Jobs Report

Mike Allen, co-founder of Axios, tried to claim that the economy is headed into a recession on the same day the October jobs report delivered spectacular news. Why it matters: With Republicans hoping to hold on to their House majority, and doing so primarily by talking up a booming economy delivering record wage growth, combined with record low unemployment and poverty, Axios’ Mike Allen thought he would help his fellow Democrats by attempting to undermine all that good news with fake news. At the top of his daily newsletter Friday…

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Watch–Dave Brat Calls Out Democrat Abigail Spanberger for Defending MS-13

Rep. Dave Brat (R-VA) is calling out his Democrat opponent Abigail Spanberger for her defense of the violent El Salvadoran MS-13 gang in his newest ad. The Brat ad touts the populist conservative lawmaker’s endorsement from the Chesterfield Fraternal Order of Police, saying that while Spanberger has a CIA background, law enforcement officials do not support her. “Abigail Spanberger brags about her security experience, so why does local law enforcement support Dave Brat,” the ad asks. Brat also calls out Spanberger for her silence on a 7,000 to 10,000 migrant caravan…

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Trump Judges Signal Resurgence of Limited Government Over Runaway Federal Government

Two Trump-appointed minority judges in their forties—Amul Thapar and James Ho—are joining Trump Supreme Court justices in questioning two major legal doctrines that give vast powers to federal agencies, possibly heralding that President Donald Trump could build a judicial majority that scales back the administrative state. President Trump is on a historic winning streak on judges, first breaking the first-year record for appointing federal appeals judges in December 2017 with 12 judges, then the two-year record of 23 earlier this year. (Senate Republicans are up to 29 circuit judges.) Sens.…

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Immigration Reformers Thank Trump for Challenging ‘Outdated Concept’ of Birthright Citizenship

Pro-American immigration reformers are praising President Trump’s announcement that he is readying an executive order to end the nation’s birthright citizenship policy. During an interview with Axios, Trump revealed that he is planning to executively end the birthright citizenship policy — which rewards the children of illegal aliens with United States citizenship. “It will happen–with an executive order,” Trump said of ending birthright citizenship. The children of illegal aliens are commonly known as “anchor babies,” as they anchor their illegal alien and noncitizen parents in the U.S. There are at…

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