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Hackers are more likely to hit church web sites than porn web sites.

Behind the scenes of Mitt Romney’s biggest Bain deal — and why he won’t talk about it.

How Obama learned to stop worrying and love the drone.

Say hello to the random Post Office box that has funneled at least $55 million to conservative campaigns so far. Koch Brothers, anyone?

In a debate about heroism and unnecessary wars, conservative political correctness seems to have won out. That’s a shame.

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Rep. Devin Nunes

Reprinted with permission from AlterNet

Republican Rep. Devin Nunes of California is retiring from Congress at the end of 2021 to work for former President Donald Trump.

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From left Ethan Crumbley and his parents Jennifer and James Crumbley

Mug shot photos from Oakland County via Dallas Express

After the 2012 massacre at an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut, then-Rep. Mike Rogers, a Michigan Republican, evaded calls for banning weapons of war. But he had other ideas. The "more realistic discussion," Rogers said, is "how do we target people with mental illness who use firearms?"

Tightening the gun laws would seem a lot easier and less intrusive than psychoanalyzing everyone with access to a weapon. But to address Rogers' point following the recent mass murder at a suburban Detroit high school, the question might be, "How do we with target the adults who hand powerful firearms to children with mental illness?"

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