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The Hill: Judge Roy Moore’s Loyal Evangelical Supporters Could Propel Him to Victory


Judge Roy Moore’s overwhelming support from evangelical voters could propel him to victory in his runoff election for Alabama’s U.S. Senate seat on Tuesday, Reid Wilson reports in The Hill.

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25 Key Conservative Endorsements of Judge Roy Moore in Alabama Primary

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Judge Roy Moore, the conservative candidate in the U.S. Senate GOP primary runoff in Alabama, continues to receive endorsements from conservatives within the populist nationalist movement.

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The Battle for Mobile Bay – How the Roy Moore Insurgency Could Clinch in Alabama’s South


MOBILE, Alabama – With just a day to go until GOP voters in Alabama go to the polls to select a nominee for December’s special election, the Yellowhammer State’s two southernmost counties Baldwin and Mobile are a pivotal part of Roy Moore’s path to victory.

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Exclusive — Sarah Palin: We Can Win War Against Political Class with ‘Happy Warriors’ like Judge Roy Moore


MONTGOMERY, Alabama — Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, the 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee, told Breitbart News in an exclusive interview here aboard the Great America Alliance bus that the movement that elected President Donald Trump is now firmly behind Judge Roy Moore here in Alabama.

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Report: GOP Senators Push Amnesty for 2.5 Million Illegals

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GOP Senator and outsourcing-advocate Sen. Thom Tillis will introduce legislation on Monday offering citizenship to more than 2. 5 million illegal immigrants who gain jobs, university places or military slots sought by young Americans, according to the McClatchy news service.

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LISTEN: Texas Democrat Who Railed on Blacks Now Caught Trashing Mexicans, Women


BROWNSVILLE, Texas — A border Democrat recently caught on tape using the n-word to describe two black prosecutors is now in hot water for directing racist language toward Hispanics and sexist terms in reference to a female political opponent. While the commissioner has apologized for his use of the initial racial slur, it remains unclear if he has done so for the rest of his insults.

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Shannon Sharpe: Alejandro Villanueva ‘Wrong’ to Stand for National Anthem Against Team Vote


Monday on Fox Sports 1’s “Undisputed,” co-host Shannon Sharpe criticized Pittsburgh Steelers tackle and former Army Ranger and Afghan war veteran Alejandro Villanueva’s decision to go “rogue” by going onto the field Sunday to stand for the national anthem before the team’s game with the Chicago Bears, despite the team’s vote to remain in the locker room. “I believe he was wrong in this situation,” stated Sharpe. “I believe he put his personal feelings and beliefs in front of that of the team.” He continued, “If a team took a vote and said this is what we’re going to do, although I understand that he served in the military, I commend him for his service, but this is a team and the team said this is what we’re going to do, we criticize so many athletes when they put their goals, their views, their ideas in front of the team. Well, that’s what he did. He said forget what you guys said, this is what I’m going to do.” Follow Trent Baker on Twitter @MagnifiTrent

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Taking a Stand: Stadium Worker Quits Job After Bills Protest


Thirty years of loyal service to the Buffalo Bills was brought to an end on Sunday, by a single act of disloyal, disservice to our country. After watching Bills players kneeling, raising fists, and even stretching during the playing of the national anthem, New Era Field employee Erich Nikischer decided he had enough.

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Take a Knee, Pay Your Own Fee: Louisiana Politician Wants to Take State Money Away from Saints After Protests


The struggle could become even more real, for the NFL’s growing number of anthem-protesting malcontents. Particularly those who protest while wearing the Fleur-de-lis.

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Take a Knee, Pay Your Own Fee: Louisiana Politician Wants to Take State Money Away from Saints After Protests

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The Hill: Judge Roy Moore’s Loyal Evangelical Supporters Could Propel Him to Victory

Judge Roy Moore’s overwhelming support from evangelical voters could propel him to victory in his runoff election for Alabama’s U.S. Senate seat on Tuesday, Reid Wilson reports in The Hill.

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25 Key Conservative Endorsements of Judge Roy Moore in Alabama Primary

Judge Roy Moore, the conservative candidate in the U.S. Senate GOP primary runoff in Alabama, continues to receive endorsements from conservatives within the populist nationalist movement.

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The Battle for Mobile Bay – How the Roy Moore Insurgency Could Clinch in Alabama’s South

MOBILE, Alabama – With just a day to go until GOP voters in Alabama go to the polls to select a nominee for December’s special election, the Yellowhammer State’s two southernmost counties Baldwin and Mobile are a pivotal part of Roy Moore’s path to victory.

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Exclusive — Sarah Palin: We Can Win War Against Political Class with ‘Happy Warriors’ like Judge Roy Moore

MONTGOMERY, Alabama — Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, the 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee, told Breitbart News in an exclusive interview here aboard the Great America Alliance bus that the movement that elected President Donald Trump is now firmly behind Judge Roy Moore here in Alabama.

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Report: GOP Senators Push Amnesty for 2.5 Million Illegals

GOP Senator and outsourcing-advocate Sen. Thom Tillis will introduce legislation on Monday offering citizenship to more than 2. 5 million illegal immigrants who gain jobs, university places or military slots sought by young Americans, according to the McClatchy news service.

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LISTEN: Texas Democrat Who Railed on Blacks Now Caught Trashing Mexicans, Women

BROWNSVILLE, Texas — A border Democrat recently caught on tape using the n-word to describe two black prosecutors is now in hot water for directing racist language toward Hispanics and sexist terms in reference to a female political opponent. While the commissioner has apologized for his use of the initial racial slur, it remains unclear if he has done so for the rest of his insults.

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Shannon Sharpe: Alejandro Villanueva ‘Wrong’ to Stand for National Anthem Against Team Vote

Monday on Fox Sports 1’s “Undisputed,” co-host Shannon Sharpe criticized Pittsburgh Steelers tackle and former Army Ranger and Afghan war veteran Alejandro Villanueva’s decision to go “rogue” by going onto the field Sunday to stand for the national anthem before the team’s game with the Chicago Bears, despite the team’s vote to remain in the locker room. “I believe he was wrong in this situation,” stated Sharpe. “I believe he put his personal feelings and beliefs in front of that of the team.” He continued, “If a team took a vote and said this is what we’re going to do, although I understand that he served in the military, I commend him for his service, but this is a team and the team said this is what we’re going to do, we criticize so many athletes when they put their goals, their views, their ideas in front of the team. Well, that’s what he did. He said forget what you guys said, this is what I’m going to do.” Follow Trent Baker on Twitter @MagnifiTrent

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Taking a Stand: Stadium Worker Quits Job After Bills Protest

Thirty years of loyal service to the Buffalo Bills was brought to an end on Sunday, by a single act of disloyal, disservice to our country. After watching Bills players kneeling, raising fists, and even stretching during the playing of the national anthem, New Era Field employee Erich Nikischer decided he had enough.

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Take a Knee, Pay Your Own Fee: Louisiana Politician Wants to Take State Money Away from Saints After Protests

The struggle could become even more real, for the NFL’s growing number of anthem-protesting malcontents. Particularly those who protest while wearing the Fleur-de-lis.

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