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Shapiro speech canceled for second time

A planned speech featuring political commentator Ben Shapiro at Gonzaga University was canceled for a second time, this time due to a sponsor’s withdrawal..

Berkeley closes streets, police align for conservative talk

Police in riot gear ringed the campus of the University of California, Berkeley and surrounding streets Thursday, helping to keep the peace as hundreds of protesters gathered outside a venue where a conservative was speaking at the famously liberal university.

Ed Rogers: Democrats being dishonest about AHCA

The Democrats and their allies in the media want you to believe two conflicting “certainties” about the House Republicans’ recently passed American Health Care Act. First, they want you to think that this bill doesn’t amount to anything – that it’s not a victory for Trump, will never become law and has been completely disregarded by the Senate. Second, they want you to think that Republicans’ repeal-and-replace bill is a catastrophic development for the GOP and the nation – that it will cost Republicans their majority, is certainly political suicide for the party as a whole and is already adversely affecting the health of many Americans. But the health care bill simply cannot amount to nothing on the one hand and deal a fatal blow to the entire Republican Party and be a plague on the population on the other.