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Can you trust Mrs. Clinton to safeguard your personal information?

Regardless of the outcome of the latest FBI announcement about emails related to the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s servers and “multiple devices”, voters should ask themselves a very important question. What does Mrs. Clinton’s record say about safeguarding your personal … Continue reading

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NLRB acts: Sweeping changes to benefit Big Labor

By Wendy N. Powell Creating the most significant policy change to strengthen union organizing power and weaken employers since the creation of the National Labor Relations Act (Wagner Act of 1935),   the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) gave labor … Continue reading

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CFPB violates 4th Amendment with database spying on your personal information

President Barack Obama has had some extremely bad ideas. Two of them contain the word “protection” in their titles. One, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, is a tax boondoggle that will cost middle class Americans dearly. The other, … Continue reading

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