Jun 14, 2018

   

Good morning from Washington, where the most anticipated government report is one scrutinizing the FBI’s investigation of the Hillary Clinton email scandal. Fred Lucas looks at answers that could come today. It’s a year since a madman tried to massacre GOP lawmakers on a ballfield, and survivors recall the terror for Rachel del Guidice. Plus: Rep. Brad Wenstrup on that grand old flag, Emilie Kao and Alexa Secrest on corporate cronyism in sexual politics, and Thomas Spoehr on the Army’s birthday. Have you been pressured to participate in an LGBT Pride Month celebration at work? Tell us what happened by writing letters@dailysignal.com.

 
 

1 Year Later, Lawmakers Who Were There Reflect on Ballfield Shootin...

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“I can still taste the dirt in my mouth when I hit the ground, that parched dirt,” says Rep. Mike Bishop, R-Mich. “It’s just a sensation that you will never forget.”

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5 Key Questions Inspector General May Answer About Clinton Email Probe

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The Justice Department’s internal watchdog is set to release a scathing, 500-page report today addressing unanswered questions about the FBI’s probe of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while secretary of state.

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The Value in Learning the Army’s History

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The Second Continental Congress created the Army on June 14, 1775, when it authorized the formation of 10 companies of expert riflemen.

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3 Problems With the Left’s New Favorite Study on Obamacare Rates

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A study by the Center for American Progress predicts average annual Obamacare premiums will rise by more than $1,013 next year as a result of recent actions by Congress and the Trump administration. Here are the facts.

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From Tolerance to Celebration: How Corporations Impose Sexual Ortho...

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J. Crew’s Pride Month collaboration with the Human Rights Campaign will fund national legislation to empower LGBT activists to leverage the power of government to punish millions of Americans for living according to their religious beliefs.

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The Meaning of the Stars and Stripes

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“Our flag is far more than fabric stitched together in stars and stripes. She is a tangible symbol of our national identity, reminding us of who we are, and how far we’ve come,” writes Rep. Brad Wenstrup, R-Ohio.

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New York City Liberals Give the Shaft to Children of Legal Immigrants

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Mayor Bill de Blasio seems bent on destroying equal opportunity and merit-based admissions because the results are not equally distributed according to his social-engineering agenda.

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