Country star Shania Twain is Canadian, but if she had been allowed to vote in America's 2016 elections, her choice would have been Donald Trump.
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Scott Morefield is a freelance reporter at The Daily Caller and a weekly columnist at Townhall. Additionally, Scott’s editorial columns have been featured on National Review, The Federalist, TheBlaze, Breitbart, WND, The Hill, and many other sites. Follow him on Twitter @SKMorefield.
Former NFL kicker and current CBS commentator Jay Feely found himself in hot water after a Saturday night tweet included a picture of his daughter, her prom date, and himself holding a pistol.
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The Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights is implementing a new protocol that will allow its investigators to dismiss cases they consider "onerous or unnecessary."
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Former FBI Director James Comey chose ABC as the first media outlet to interview him since being fired by President Trump last year.
President Trump's approval rating reached 51 percent in Rasmussen's daily tracking poll on Monday, but those results were an outlier compared to other polls that have the president at an average of 42.4 percent, according to RealClearPolitics.
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Fox News host Laura Ingraham maintained her show's position as the number one cable news program in its time slot in her first week back since a pre-planned Easter vacation.
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In the wake of Friday night's missile attack on Syrian chemical weapon facilities, President Trump issued a Saturday morning celebratory tweet, the last two words of which hit a little too close to home for former Bush Press Secretary Ari Fleischer.
Former British Major-General Jonathan Shaw was trying to make a point on British television Friday about Syrian motives for attacking their own people with chemical weapons when he was abruptly cut off in the middle of his sentence.
Fox News host Jesse Watters compared former FBI Director James Comey to a "sensitive little child" on "The Five" Friday.