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Sept. 14, 2015
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Contrast in Seattle: Public School Teachers Go on Strike as 'Unconstitutional' Charter School Teachers Remain at Work

As charter school teachers in Seattle are showing up to work despite a court ruling their schools unconstitutional, public school teachers in the city are on strike, demanding more pay.

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Planned Failure

Conservatives sticking to their guns may well have won the Senate and given the GOP its largest House majority in decades. It's long past time that Republicans make good on their campaign promises, writes Heritage Foundation President Jim DeMint.

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How an Alabama Woman Used Voter Fraud to Get Her Boyfriend Elected

The verdict will only come as a shock to those who still insist that voter fraud simply doesn't exist in the U.S.

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At Home With Dave Brat: The Conservative Who Ousted Eric Cantor Sees Little Change in Washington

In January, Brat joined 24 other Republicans in voting against Speaker John Boehner—he also vowed to support a challenge to the speaker should Boehner allow for Planned Parenthood to continue receiving federal dollars—and breaks with party leadership when voting on procedural rules to advance legislation.

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Remembering 9/11 During America's War on ISIS

This was the first 9/11 anniversary for U.S. military members deployed in U.S.-led air war against ISIS in Syria and Iraq, reports Nolan Peterson, who was present at a military base in the Persian Gulf region for the anniversary.

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Commentary

China Just Sent a Message to America: Don't Mess With Us

Political and security analysts have also recently been shaken by Chinese saber-rattling and military muscle-flexing—on both sides of the Pacific Ocean.

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