Mike Huckabee has long championed Chick-fil-A in the face of attacks from the Left but after the company's announcement Monday to stop donating to two Christian organizations for perceived "anti-LGBT" views, he has changed his tune.

I'm going to miss you Chick-Fil-A. Its not me, its you. Its just not going to work out, but It was good while it lasted. Call me if you clean up your act. Goodbye.

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A solar energy tech company founded by serial entrepreneur and inventor Bill Gross — and backed by investors including Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates — says it has developed a way to create concentrated solar energy at temperatures hot enough to replace fossil fuels in industrial processes that…

HMMM....

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Millennials show increasing support for both Communism and Socialism, a poll shows.

These are the same people that need a warning that Tide-pods are not good to eat.

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The Briton was arrested at the InterContinental Hotel in Almaty, Kazakhstan's largest city, on Thursday last week after allegedly beating his six-month-old daughter to death in one of the rooms.

You know... that Brittish chap muhuhhbed.

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If you think something like the sensational killing by US Special Forces of the world's most wanted terrorist is going to quiet calls for President Donald Trump's impeachment, you are going to be sorely mistaken.

LOL... CNN

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Labour MP Peter Kyle says Twitter can be "brutal" for people living with "unseen challenges".

Whoa... for a moment I thought they were wasting time on something stupid like a Brexit Deal.

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WASHINGTON - Republican senators are lost and adrift as the impeachment inquiry enters its second month, navigating the grave threat to President Donald Trump largely in the dark, frustrated by the absence of a credible case to defend his conduct and anxious about the historic reckoning that likely awaits them. Recent days have delivered the most damaging testimony yet about Trump and his advisers commandeering Ukraine policy for the president's personal political goals, which his allies on Capitol Hill sought to undermine by storming the deposition room and condemning the inquiry as secretive and corrupt. Those theatrics belie the deepening unease many Republicans now say they feel - particularly those in the Senate who are dreading having to weigh their conscience against their political calculations in deciding whether to convict or acquit Trump should the Democratic-controlled House impeach the president. In hushed conversations over the past week, GOP senators lamented that the fast-expanding probe is fraying their party, which remains completely in Trump's grip. They voiced exasperation at the expectation that they defend the president against the troublesome picture that has been painted, with neither convincing arguments from the White House nor confidence that something worse won't soon be discovered. "It feels like a horror movie," said one veteran Republican senator, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to candidly describe the consensus. The Republican Party's strategy is being directed almost entirely by the frenzied impulses of Trump, who has exhibited fits of rage over the Democrats' drive to remove him from office for abuse of power. "I did nothing wrong," Trump told reporters Friday. "This is a takedown of the Republican Party." Although Sen. Mitt...

They are lost because its becoming more difficult to play the role patriot and serve their globalist masters. Its the reason many top"republicans" (Paul Ryan) retired when Trump took office. Trumps common sense America first policies expose their true agenda. The can't pretend anymore.

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Mitt Romney has isolated himself from Republicans in the Senate and in his home state and across the country by occasionally chastising Trump.

Shitt Romney is nothing more that an anti-American globalist flunky. He is a tool used to attack POTUS Trump. They all hate the fact that anti-globalism Trump is loved by Americans and people across the globe that love their own nations and cultures.

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A poorly-timed "SNL" sketch suggesting that President Trump would "make ISIS great again" aired as U.S. Forces closed in on ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

SNL is still on the air?

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"We do not consider it acceptable for us to talk about socially-constructed genders," a spokesman for the prime minister said.

Cool headline but can't click it because its CNN. Don't ever go to Clown News Network.

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