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Removal of Confederate Monuments Costing U.S. Cities Millions

A statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee is removed from Lee Circle Friday, May 19, 2017, in New Orleans. Lee's was the last of four monuments to Confederate-era figures to be removed under a 2015 City Council vote on a proposal by Mayor Mitch Landrieu. (AP Photo/Scott Threlkeld)
The costs are mounting for removing Confederate monuments in cities across America, the tab costing taxpayers millions.

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Bank Behind ‘Fearless Girl’ Statue Pays $5M for Over 300 Gender Discrimination Allegations

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State Street Corp., the bank behind the installation of the “Fearless Girl” statue on Wall Street, has reportedly settled more than 300 gender discrimination allegations within the company.

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Abortion Industry Revs Up ‘War on Women’ over End of Contraceptive Mandate

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The abortion industry and its media friends are stirring up “war on women” rhetoric with the announcement Friday that the Trump administration is ending Obamacare’s contraceptive mandate for employers and individuals with religious and moral objections.

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Maher: Obamacare ‘Was a Redistribution of Income’ – Obama Should Have Said ‘That’s Exactly What We’re Doing’

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During the online “Overtime” segment of Friday’s edition of HBO’s “Real Time,” host Bill Maher stated that Obamacare did redistribute income and President Obama should have said so. Maher said, “Obamacare is not putting us into the red. No. It’s actually making a little money. Because, you know, it was a redistribution of income. When they accused him that, he should have said, ‘Yeah. F*ck yeah. Exactly. That’s exactly what we’re doing. We’re taking money from people who will never miss it, and giving it to poor people who desperately need it. Sue me.’” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett

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Exclusive—Rick Santorum on John McCain’s Opposition to Graham-Cassidy: ‘We Will Get This to the Finish Line’


Rick Santorum told Breitbart News in an interview that he remains optimistic about Graham-Cassidy’s chances of passing through the Senate.

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Trump Claims Former Washington Lobbyist Luther Strange Is a D.C. Newcomer


President Trump on Friday did his best to characterize Sen. Luther Strange (R-AL) as a Washington outsider, at a rally he spoke at in support of the Alabama Senate Republican candidate.

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Huntsville, Alabama, Rally Attendees Love Trump, Split Between Strange and Moore


HUNTSVILLE, Alabama–There was little doubt that the estimated crowd of 9,000 attendees at the Donald Trump-Luther Strange rally held in this prosperous Northern Alabama city Friday evening vigorously support President Donald Trump.

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Watch: Alabama Trump Rallygoers, Anti-Trump Protesters Mix It Up After Event


HUNTSVILLE, Alabama — If President Donald Trump’s ability to draw a crowd in Alabama is a constant, the protesters that show to voice their grievances against the president is another. Friday night outside the Rocket City’s Von Braun Center wasn’t any different. A few hundred showed to demonstrate the Friday night appearance by the commander-in-chief to stump for Sen. Luther Strange (R-AL), who is facing former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore in a runoff election for the Republican Party’s nod for a U.S. Senate special election. As attendees were departing the Von Braun Center, some tense situations developed between those attendees and the protesters. Protesters chanted “this is what democracy looks like” and rallygoers counter-chanted “get a job.” Law enforcement had to get involved at one point. Follow Jeff Poor on Twitter @jeff_poor

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Sarah Palin: Big Luther Got His Senate Seat from Corrupt ‘Quid Pro Quo’ – ‘an Old Eskimo Term for That Which Fertilizes the Swamp’


Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin blasted U.S. Senator Luther Strange for his appointment to his temporary Senate seat by former Alabama Governor Robert Bentley. The appointment by Bentley, who later resigned over an ethics scandal, has been under scrutiny since Strange, then-state attorney general, oversaw the Bentley investigation.

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Removal of Confederate Monuments Costing U.S. Cities Millions

The costs are mounting for removing Confederate monuments in cities across America, the tab costing taxpayers millions.

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Bank Behind ‘Fearless Girl’ Statue Pays $5M for Over 300 Gender Discrimination Allegations

State Street Corp., the bank behind the installation of the “Fearless Girl” statue on Wall Street, has reportedly settled more than 300 gender discrimination allegations within the company.

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Abortion Industry Revs Up ‘War on Women’ over End of Contraceptive Mandate

The abortion industry and its media friends are stirring up “war on women” rhetoric with the announcement Friday that the Trump administration is ending Obamacare’s contraceptive mandate for employers and individuals with religious and moral objections.

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Maher: Obamacare ‘Was a Redistribution of Income’ – Obama Should Have Said ‘That’s Exactly What We’re Doing’

During the online “Overtime” segment of Friday’s edition of HBO’s “Real Time,” host Bill Maher stated that Obamacare did redistribute income and President Obama should have said so. Maher said, “Obamacare is not putting us into the red. No. It’s actually making a little money. Because, you know, it was a redistribution of income. When they accused him that, he should have said, ‘Yeah. F*ck yeah. Exactly. That’s exactly what we’re doing. We’re taking money from people who will never miss it, and giving it to poor people who desperately need it. Sue me.’” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett

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Exclusive—Rick Santorum on John McCain’s Opposition to Graham-Cassidy: ‘We Will Get This to the Finish Line’

Rick Santorum told Breitbart News in an interview that he remains optimistic about Graham-Cassidy’s chances of passing through the Senate.

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Trump Claims Former Washington Lobbyist Luther Strange Is a D.C. Newcomer

President Trump on Friday did his best to characterize Sen. Luther Strange (R-AL) as a Washington outsider, at a rally he spoke at in support of the Alabama Senate Republican candidate.

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Huntsville, Alabama, Rally Attendees Love Trump, Split Between Strange and Moore

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama–There was little doubt that the estimated crowd of 9,000 attendees at the Donald Trump-Luther Strange rally held in this prosperous Northern Alabama city Friday evening vigorously support President Donald Trump.

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Watch: Alabama Trump Rallygoers, Anti-Trump Protesters Mix It Up After Event

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama — If President Donald Trump’s ability to draw a crowd in Alabama is a constant, the protesters that show to voice their grievances against the president is another. Friday night outside the Rocket City’s Von Braun Center wasn’t any different. A few hundred showed to demonstrate the Friday night appearance by the commander-in-chief to stump for Sen. Luther Strange (R-AL), who is facing former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore in a runoff election for the Republican Party’s nod for a U.S. Senate special election. As attendees were departing the Von Braun Center, some tense situations developed between those attendees and the protesters. Protesters chanted “this is what democracy looks like” and rallygoers counter-chanted “get a job.” Law enforcement had to get involved at one point. Follow Jeff Poor on Twitter @jeff_poor

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Sarah Palin: Big Luther Got His Senate Seat from Corrupt ‘Quid Pro Quo’ – ‘an Old Eskimo Term for That Which Fertilizes the Swamp’

Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin blasted U.S. Senator Luther Strange for his appointment to his temporary Senate seat by former Alabama Governor Robert Bentley. The appointment by Bentley, who later resigned over an ethics scandal, has been under scrutiny since Strange, then-state attorney general, oversaw the Bentley investigation.

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