Millennials are "more pro-life than baby boomers and older Americans."
On Syria, "a lot of the allies signed on. At the last minute, Obama backed off."
Says Vladimir Putin once said, "The breakup of the Soviet Union was the greatest geopolitical tragedy of the 20th century."
The new Ukrainian government "introduced a law abolishing the use of languages other than Ukrainian in official circumstances."
"The Russians didn’t wear uniforms when they came in" to Ukraine.
"Crimea became part of Ukraine only in 1954. Crimea was historically part of Russia, and (Nikita) Khrushchev gave it to Ukraine in a gesture that mystified some people."
"I've been a cop in Lake County, Michigan, since 1982 thereabout. I conduct federal raids with the DEA and ATF and U.S. Marshals and the FBI and Texas Rangers."
"Chained CPI would save $1 trillion in the second decade off the federal budget debt," a report shows.
The Ukraine Orange Revolution in 2004 "was the first color revolution."
"When the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport needed to stop its earthquake spike a few years ago, they temporarily shut down the wells that were injecting fracking fluid into the ground ... (and) those earthquakes stopped."
Chris Christie "helped funnel $6 million in federal Hurricane Sandy money to a senior center in Belleville, N.J., a place that suffered no damage."
The words "subhuman mongrel," which Ted Nugent called President Barack Obama, were used by the Nazis to "justify the genocide of the Jewish community."
"When union membership goes down, so do (middle class) wages."
Says "(President) Reagan's second inaugural was moved inside the Capitol. It was. Because of a terrible snowstorm."
"Two-thirds of the people who start out in minimum wage are above the minimum wage within a year."
Businesses "will be required to certify to the IRS – under penalty of perjury – that Obamacare was not a motivating factor" for cutting staff.
A government report shows that alternatives to the Keystone XL pipeline "are worse" for the environment.
"Social Security was advocated … in the 1930s as a way of getting people to quit working, because they thought we were confined to a permanent scarcity of jobs in this country."
"The median net worth of American households hasn't changed much over the past decades, it's about $20,000 ... but Congress' average median net worth has ballooned, more than doubled."
The Keystone pipeline creates "35 permanent jobs" after construction, according to a government report.
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