Georgia Governor Signs Guns Everywhere Into Law

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Georgia Governor Signs "Guns Everywhere" Into Law

Georgia Governor Signs "Guns Everywhere" Into Law

Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed into law Wednesday ...

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Three Americans Shot and Killed at Afghanistan Hospital

Three Americans Shot and Killed at Afghanistan Hospital

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Taxes: Are the Poor Paying Their Fair Share?

Taxes: Are the Poor Paying Their Fair Share?

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Economic Freedom Leads to Cleaner Air, Study Shows

Economic Freedom Leads to Cleaner Air, Study Shows

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Trail of Tears and Blessings

Trail of Tears and Blessings

Reneging on its treaties, the U.S. government forced th...

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Income Inequality Widened by Liberal Policies

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Wage Discrimination

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The High Cost of Liberalism

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