Author: Rachel Alexander

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I have a lefty friend who sees Republicans as all the same, in a neat little box full of hateful stereotypes. He likes to dig... [Read More]
A big part of the reason Democrats are fleeing their party in the #WalkAway movement is because of leadership like Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif. The... [Read More]
Maxine Waters, the New Face of the Democratic Party - Rachel Alexander: A big part of the reason Democrats are fleeing their .09/17/2018 0:12:07AM EST. [Read More]
George Papadopoulos Pleaded Guilty to Lying, Not Russian Collusion - Rachel Alexander: Much is being made of the fact that Donald Trump's .09/10/2018 3:25:28AM EST. [Read More]
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey said he would name a replacement for John McCain in the Senate after McCain's funeral proceedings concluded. Insiders say it is... [Read More]
Department of Justice prosecutors have a handful of vague laws they turn to when they want to take down a Republican politician. The laws sound... [Read More]
How Out of Control DOJ Prosecutors Took Down Republican Congressman Steve Stockman - Rachel Alexander: Department of Justice prosecutors have a handful of vague laws... [Read More]
Left-wing comedian Bill Maher came to the defense of Infowars after the tech giants blocked the site. Maher said on his HBO show last week,... [Read More]
Portland, Oregon, has gradually become the laughingstock of the country. The far left began moving there in droves a few years ago, taking over the... [Read More]
SLAPP Litigation Shutting Down Activists, Media - Rachel Alexander: The left frequently resorts to the legal system to shut .08/13/2018 0:31:04AM EST. [Read More]
The chief worries about privacy, morale and officer reputation if complaints against police are made public as suggested in a proposed ordinance. [Read More]
Spokane has a higher rate of depression than both Washington and the U.S., according to a study published this month from the Blue Cross Blue... [Read More]
U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell called on the U.S. Justice Department Tuesday. to resume defending portions of the Affordable Care Act in court. [Read More]
New research from Washington State University and the University of Idaho suggests scientists have been significantly underestimating the amount of heat generated by Yellowstone's caldera. [Read More]
From truck drivers to police officers, a lot of research has shown working 12-hour overnight shifts can hurt job performance. [Read More]
Every five years, the U.S. Department of Agriculture conducts a census of farm animals from alpacas to poultry. The bottom line? There's a lot of... [Read More]
Nearly 8,300 Washingtonians die from tobacco-related illness each year: more than car crashes, suicide, opioid overdoses and alcohol combined. [Read More]
Washington's health insurance exchange is cutting a fee charged to insurers in half, a move that could knock a few dollars off the cost of... [Read More]
Smoking costs Washington state an estimated $2.8 billion per year in direct medical costs. Yet, with nearly 900,000 smokers in the state and $622 million... [Read More]
Washington is funding a statewide program to help young people in foster care pay for car-related expenses, including licensing and insurance. [Read More]
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