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Every few years, the botanical garden down on the National Mall proudly boasts its prized "corpse flower." In years when our federal swamp gets hot and icky enough, the foul-smelling plant turns a throbbing purple and blooms.

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When Jeff Sessions is told that he has lied under oath, failed to answer questions completely and misled the United States Senate, he responds with the humility of a church deacon who has just been accused by fellow parishioners of piling too much of the fried chicken onto his plate at the potluck supper.

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Trump is the answer to all that ails Washington

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In a whirling dervish White House press conference, President Trump manhandled the press, piledrived all the fake news and reminded the world why he tore through both political parties and got elected president in the first place.

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Media and liberals think they've finally caught their prey

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So Mike Flynn violated some arcane statute that has never been prosecuted in the more than 200 years it has been on the books. The statute is so loosely defined that Jimmy Carter, Dennis Rodman and the entire Clinton Cartel could have been rung up on that charges a hundred times over.

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Make SCOTUS great again: Liberal judges push their own end

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Thursday night's ruling to uphold the stay on President Trump's executive order by the San Francisco-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals was not surprising. It is incontrovertible proof that these judges, and far too many other judges, simply do not believe that the American people have the right to govern themselves.

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'1984': Making liberals great again

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Are the kids finally waking up and after decades of blithe ignorance and deciding to finally educate themselves about social studies? Are they suddenly "woke" to the ancient questions such as "Who should govern?" and "Where do rights come from?"

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