Alyssa Farah
Alyssa Farah
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Take a Closer Look at the Medal of Freedom Recipients — They're Obama Donors

Making campaign contributions to President Obama's reelection paid off for a handful of donors, big time.

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USA Freedom Act is Bipartisanship Everyone Should Get Behind

The days of unfettered surveillance on the American people may soon be coming to an end with a new bipartisan bill in Congress.
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Healthcare.gov Isn't What's Wrong With Obamacare

Healthcare.gov will be fixed eventually — and that is what Republicans and those on the right should be fretting about.
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Stop Feeling Sorry For Huma Abedin Already

Huma Abedin took a page from boss Hillary Clinton's book and spoke up in defense of her man. Huma has forgiven him once again, but should New York City voters?

Drones in the U.S.: I'm in Ur Houses, Takin' Ur Photoz — With My Personal Drone

The use of private drones by hobbyists raises serious concerns over property rights and privacy.

Russell Brand Morning Joe: Comedian's Rip Into Cable News Highlights Morning Joe's Superficiality

In a now viral segment on Morning Joe, the British comedian raises broader questions about the state of American news media.

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Could Edward Snowden's NSA Leak Exonerate This Accused Robber?

A man accused of armed robbery is seeking his phone records from the NSA to try to clear his name. The case raises broader questions over who exactly has ownership over individuals phone records.
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E.W. Jackson: Will Virginia's Extremist Republican Sink the Entire GOP Ticket?

The controversial GOP candidate for lieutenant governor in Virginia has many in the party worried that his extremist views will not only hurt his own race, but Ken Cuccinelli's as well.
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Ashley Jessica TSA: Did Airport Security Molest an InfoWars Activist?

An activist's viral video has brought the discussion over the Transportation Security Administration's airport search procedures back into the spotlight.

Ryan Hart: Turns Out Stealing An Athlete's Likeness Without Their Permission Is Illegal

In a victory for former college athletes, a federal circuit court ruled that Athletes have the right to challenge the use of their likeness, raising questions for future NCAA practices.
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Why Does Obama Want to Go "Bulworth?" And What Does "Bulworth" Mean?

With Benghazi, the IRS scandal, failed gun control legislation, and DOJ's the "investigation" of the Associated Press hanging over President Obama's head, he expresses the desire to go rogue.

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Steven Thomas: Judge Rules in Favor of Bible-Quoting Cheer Squad

In a victory for free speech, a Texas judge ruled that cheerleaders who inscribed biblical verses on their banners at football games were acting within their constitutional rights.