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Majority of Americans Prefer Merry Christmas over Happy Holidays

Perhaps anti-Christian liberal hacks were right all along: Americans are religious zealots. A new Rasmussen Reports poll shows that an overwhelming majority of Americans prefer “Merry Christmas” over “Happy Holidays.” What’s more, they also think that Christmas is a perfect time to talk about Jesus Christ rather than about that guy with the red suit and long beard.

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Judicial Watch sues Adam Schiff and the House Intelligence Committee for phone subpoenas targeting Trump

Judicial Watch announced it today filed a lawsuit against Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) and the House Intelligence Committee for the controversial subpoenas issued for phone records, including those of Rudy Giuliani, President Trump’s lawyer. The phone records led to the publication of the private phone records of Giuliani, Congressman Devon Nunes, journalist John Solomon, Trump attorney Jay Sekulow, attorney Victoria Toensing, and other American citizens.

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Republicans have added 600,000 new donors, $10 million during impeachment

The Center for Responsive Politics’ Open Secrets website in mid-October noted that the RNC and Trump’s campaign have raised “a record-breaking $334 million to advance GOP campaigns nationwide.” Meanwhile, the Democratic National Committee (DNC) has lagged “far behind in its lackluster fundraising efforts, with $8.6 million on hand through the end of September.

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Dershowitz: Pelosi’s proposal to withhold Senate trial is unconstitutional

It is difficult to imagine anything more unconstitutional, more violative of the intention of the Framers, more of a denial of basic due process and civil liberties, more unfair to the president and more likely to increase the current divisiveness among the American people. Put bluntly, it is hard to imagine a worse idea put forward by good people.

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Nunes: Democrats ‘found a way’ to ‘make a coup attempt boring’

“The Democrats showcased the most useful witnesses and public hearings,” Nunes told the House. “That somehow reduced support for impeachment. It is not easy to make a coup attempt boring. But the Democrats found a way. As it turns out, the American people don’t think a routine phone call with a foreign leader is a good basis for ousting the U.S. President.”

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