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Nov. 10, 2015

Good morning from Washington, D.C., where conservatives are abuzz about the decision of Mizzou's president to quit over football and race; the failure of a 12th Obamacare co-op; and President Obama's unilateral action on climate change in Paris. Also: Melissa Quinn shows how the fate of two houses in Philadelphia bolsters law enforcement's case for seizing cash and property connected to crimes. And from Nepal, correspondent Nolan Peterson reflects on how freedom connects conflict in Ukraine and Tibet.

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University of Missouri and Yale Show What Mob Rule Looks Like in Higher Education

Tim Wolfe, the president of the University of Missouri, resigned after being accused of failing to eradicate "structural racism" on campus.

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News

Why These Women Think the Government Seizing One Home Benefited Their Neighborhood

In 2012, a group of five women living on East Walnut Lane in Philadelphia began to notice a change in their neighborhood, reports Melissa Quinn in the second of her three-part series on civil asset forfeiture.

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Obama's Next Act of Executive Overreach

Treating Congress as a nuisance rather than as a co-equal branch of government has been a hallmark of President Obama's tenure.

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News

What I Learned From Tibetan and Ukrainian Freedom Fighters

The Daily Signal's Nolan Peterson finds that despite the Russian tanks and the Chinese pogroms, Ukrainians and Tibetans still believe freedom is a cause worth fighting for.

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Commentary

The Cozy Relationship Between Big Business and Climate Change Activists

Big Business knows that when the deal's going down, you’ve got to grab a seat at the table to protect your interests.

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News

After Receiving $71.5 Million in Taxpayer-Funded Loans, 12th Co-Op Closes

A 12th Obamacare co-op has decided to close its doors after receiving more than $71 million in taxpayer-funded loans and enrolling more than 25,000 consumers in health insurance.

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