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The GRAY Area is an aggregator of political news that uniquely identifies the left and right political position of every major (and some not so major) news organization while simultaneously ...

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Iran likely at 'inflection point'

6/23/19

from FoxNews, 6/23/19: Iran is likely at "an inflection point," and the recent attacks on tankers and the downing of a U.S. surveillance drone appear to be part of ...

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Trump-Haley in 2020

6/23/19

By Andrew Stein, from The Wall Street Journal, 6/23/19: Putting her on the ticket may win over some moderate, suburban women. ... to have the best chance of re-election, ...

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The Supreme Court’s Fifth Amendment Reclamation

6/23/19

from The Wall Street Journal, 6/23/19: The Justices remove an obstacle to compensation for government takings of private property. The Supreme Court’s first term with a new majority is ...

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Restoring Responsible Government by Cutting Federal Aid to the States

6/22/19

from CATO Institute, 5/20/19: The federal government has a large presence in state and local policy activities such as education, housing, and transportation. That presence is facilitated by “grants-in-aid” ...

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Magazine columnist accuses Trump of sexual assault more than two decades ago, an allegation he denies

6/22/19

from The Washington Post, 6/21/19: E. Jean Carroll, a New York-based writer and longtime women’s advice columnist, accused President Trump of sexually assaulting her more than two decades ...

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NRA Sues Los Angeles City Council For Blacklisting Contractors With NRA Ties

6/22/19

from America's 1st Freedom, 6/22/19: In February, the Los Angeles City Council approved an ordinance that requires companies seeking city contracts to disclose financial ties with the NRA or ...

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Historic Catholic marker deemed 'racist symbol' removed by University of California Santa Cruz

6/22/19

from FoxNews, 6/21/19: A university in California removed a historical symbol from its campus Friday in an effort to be “more inclusive” after a years-long campaign by Native American ...

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Oregon students demand removal of pioneer statue

6/21/19

from Campus Reform, 6/20/19: University of Oregon students and faculty are demanding the removal of an American pioneer statue on its 100-year anniversary. The statue depicts a pioneer standing ...

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Supreme Court rules that Maryland ‘Peace Cross’ honoring military dead may remain on public land

6/20/19

from The Washington Post, 6/20/19: The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a 40-foot cross erected as a tribute to war dead may continue to stand on public ...

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