Sen. Orrin Hatch To Retire, Likely To Be Replaced By Mitt Romney Who Is Eyeing a 2018 Senate Run in Utah

Originally posted 2018-01-03 01:49:03. The longest-serving GOP Senator is calling it quits POSTED BY EMILY ZANOTTI, THE DAILY WIRE Utah’s Orrin Hatch, the GOP’s longest-serving Senator, announced Tuesday that he will leave Congress after his current term, opening up a Senate seat in his home state. Hatch delivered the announcement

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Conservative Leaders Are Increasingly Voicing Their Support For The Iranian People

Originally posted 2018-01-01 03:05:21. POSTED BY FRANK CAMP, THE DAILY WIRE As the protests continue in Iran, conservative politicians are offering their support to the Iranian people. On Thursday, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) issued the following statement: My statement on the Iranian protests: https://t.co/3XFkIRIXD6 pic.twitter.com/1VbecfTswA — Tom Cotton (@SenTomCotton) December 29,

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Feminist Groups DISGUSTINGLY SILENT As Women Protest Real Oppression In Iran

American feminist groups are gearing up for a repeat of last year’s “Women’s March,” but as their sisters take to the streets to protest a truly oppressive, fundamentalist government, seeking true equal rights, American feminist organizations are — disgustingly — silent.

The symbol of the Iranian freedom protests, this time around, is even a woman who threw off her veil in front of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, and stood defiantly as freedom fighters massed around her.

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LATEST: Two Killed In Iran As Protests Rage, Government Shuts Down Messaging Apps

The government of Iran has shut down internet and phone lines as protests enter their 4Ith day, and two protesters have been killed as forces crack down on civil unrest.

On Sunday, the Iranian government announced that protesters would “pay the price” for their unrest, and that those who defy government officials “must be responsible for their behavior.”

They also appeared to crack down on an internet messaging app that has been fueling protests, slowing down internet access in cities where anti-government sentiment is high.

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