The top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee on Friday released the full transcript of the panel’s closed-door interview last year with Justice Department official Bruce Ohr.

The August interview was one of several conducted by the panel, when it was led by Republicans, as part of an investigation into decisions made by the Justice Department and FBI in 2016 amid allegations of political bias against President Trump within the department.

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Post Commander Clyde Rector, far right, looks on while First Vice Commander Pete Bellinger and his wife judged high school entrees for Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. Post 214 Christmas Card Contest to be used for 2019 Chirstimas Cards sold by the Post.

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The Olde South Barll

You are invited to...
An Old-Fashioned War Between the States Ball!

September 7, 2019

Spartanburg Marriott
299 North Church Street 
Spartanburg, SC 29306
 
Tickets
Earlybird Registration: $65 Per Person
Earlybird Single Gentlemen Discount: $50
Earlybird Registration Deadline: July 31, 2019

Regular Registration: $69 Per Person
Single Gentlemen Discount: $54
Registration Deadline: 
September 2, 2019
Price Includes Both Supper & Dancing

Click here for a printable mail order form
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I was attracted to Marxism at a very early age.  It was more than simply early teenage rebellion.  In a world of many choices, I felt that perhaps Marx had found the key that unlocks human existence.  I had already rejected the Catholicism of my youth, and at the ripe old age of ten had declared myself an atheist. 

The philosophy of Marx seemed to fill the void that main stream religion had left.  Ok, I had concluded that there is no God, but there still had to be a reason why we were here, and why men and women acted the why that they do.  Marx provided the answer:  economics.   Landlord to tenant, boss to worker, government to citizen; there was a hierarchy of economic unfairness—and this tension between the have and the have-nots had been going on for millennia. 

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They’ve been one of the Democrats’ most reliable constituencies, but there are probably a lot of Jewish Americans who went to bed last night with some deep misgivings about the party they call home. For years, the only way this community has survived the Left’s growing anti-Semitism was to ignore it. But after the betrayal of this past week, it’s clear to everyone: that’s no longer an option.

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If you ask the S.C. Department of Transportation how many potholes it fills statewide, all the agency can do is give estimates.

DOT says it patched an estimated 57,300 potholes statewide from Jan. 10 to Feb. 19 at a total cost of $3.6 million, the agency told The Nerve on Thursday in response to a state Freedom of Information Act request for records about its heavily publicized “Pothole Blitz.”

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Washington, D.C. – Congressman Jeff Duncan (SC-03) released the following statement after opposing H.R. 1, the so-called “For the People Act.”

“Do not be fooled by the title of H.R. 1 which passed the House of Representatives today. The “For the People Act” would be more appropriately named “For the Democrats Act.” This bill is a wolf in sheep’s clothing and an attempted power grab by House Democrats to centralize power in one place – Washington – and as far away from the people’s hands as possible. This bill imposes dangerous limits on free speech, provides government subsidies for campaigns, implements unconstitutional mandates, and weaponizes the Federal Election Commission (FEC) against conservatives. 

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