NFL players, owners hold 'constructive' talks on issues

NFL players and owners held an unusual meeting Tuesday to discuss social issues, a session both sides termed positive and productive. What was not discussed at any length was the divisive topic of the national anthem that has caught the attention of President Donald Trump. “We spent today talking about issues that the players are… Read More

Untaxing the Rich

EDITORS’ NOTE: This article is adapted from one that appears in the October 15, 2017, print issue of National Review. Even during this unusual presidency, some features of our national politics have not changed at all. Republicans are preparing to cut taxes in basically the same fashion they would cut them under any president of… Read More

A Scalpel, Not a Chainsaw, for NAFTA

President Donald Trump has ordered his trade representative to renegotiate certain aspects of the North American Free Trade Agreement, which is a good idea. He also has threatened to pull out of the trade accord altogether, which is a terrible idea, a threat made in the service of unreasonable and unrealistic demands that have more… Read More

Poll Puts Gillespie in the Lead in Virginia

A poll out this afternoon from Monmouth University shows Republican Ed Gillespie just edging out Democrat Ralph Northam in the race for Virginia governor, 48 to 47 percent. This is the first poll to put Gillespie in the lead, but recent forecasts of the race have shown the gap between the two candidates narrowing as the Republican slowly gains on… Read More

Some Tax Links

Several good short items about taxes have come out today. Chris Edwards argues that people should not be required to start withdrawing from their retirement accounts at age 70 ½. Edward Lazear suggests some changes to the Republican framework’s treatment of business income. Ernie Tedeschi confirms that how the eventual bill treats the middle-class will… Read More

A Contender for the Silliest Decision of the Year Award

The Americans with Disabilities Act has produced a lot of absurd decisions, but it’s hard to top a recent one by the Third Circuit. A man who is deaf and blind insisted that a Cinemark theater that was showing the movie Gone Girl had to accommodate his disability by providing him with a sign-language tactile… Read More

Who Chooses to Run a Twitter Poll About the Holocaust Death Toll?

Do you know anyone who is a Holocaust denier? Or is, shall we say, “Holocaust-denial curious”? Short-lived Trump administration staffer Anthony Scaramucci is receiving criticism for an odd and disturbing Tweet put out by a social media account bearing his name that polled followers on how many Jews were killed in the Holocaust: This poll was put… Read More

MLB: No White Men Need Apply

Major League Baseball recently announced a “Diversity Fellowship Program” that is explicitly limited to “person[s] of color” and women. What can I say? This is of course worse than the NFL’s Rooney Rule, which is also illegal, but which at least does not bar people on the basis of race from applying for and obtaining… Read More

The Second World Wars

Start your day with Victor Davis Hanson: He’s my guest on The Bookmonger, and we have a 10-minute conversation about his new book, released today: The Second World Wars: How the First Global Conflict Was Fought and Won. Full Story Here National Review October 17, 2017 7:53 pm Support Us

ABC Gushes Over ‘Picture Perfect’ New Book of Obama Photos

ABC journalist and Barack Obama fan Robin Roberts on Monday’s Nightline gushed over a new book of pictures of the Obamas. Co-host Dan Harris deemed the collection of images “picture perfect.” Talking to former White House photographer Amanda Lucidon, Roberts fawned over a picture of the couple snuggling close to each other: “Didn’t the President… Read More

NFL Responds to Flagging TV Ratings with Even More Activism

In a season best described as one of perpetual “fourth-and-long” for the NFL, the league and its broadcast partners today received more bad news about TV ratings and their ever-thinning pocket books. How the NFL is responding to its second successive season of protest-induced slump is an astounding decision to pursue even more fan-alienating social… Read More

NBC's 'The Brave' Draws the Line Between American Heroes and Traitors

NBC’s The Brave is one of the latest primetime shows featuring a military element that from the start has been driving liberals crazy. The Brave, in particular, must be a thorn in the average extreme leftist’s side with the characters regularly acknowledging themselves and the American forces as “the good guys” against foreign adversaries. This… Read More

Nets Tout Kaepernick Going ‘On Offense’ Against NFL

Monday’s network morning shows all promoted former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick suing the NFL and claiming that all 32 League teams were in “collusion” against hiring him, despite a complete lack of evidence for his claims. “On Offense. Colin Kaepernick files a grievance against the NFL, accusing owners of colluding to keep him… Read More

CBS: Sure, Obama Signed Harmful Opioid Law; But Blame Republicans Instead!

CBS on Sunday and Monday hammered Republicans in Congress for supporting a law in 2015 that changed how the Department of Drug Enforcement could regulate opioid distribution. The network minimized the fact that the law was signed by Barack Obama (as the opioid crisis grew). On 60 Minutes, Sunday, Obama’s name was mentioned just once. … Read More

Excessive Celebration: ABC Falsely Claims NFL Not Making Players Stand

Tuesday’s edition of ABC’s World News Tonight was a prime example of how sensationalism in journalism damages credibility. Instead of leading the show by reporting on something important like CBS did with the opioid epidemic, or political conflict like NBC, ABC chose to celebrate the NFL seemingly not requiring players to stand during the National… Read More

Virginia Democrat Running for Re-Election Missed Half Of Council Meetings

Democratic Virginia Delegate Kathleen Murphy missed half of the meetings that Fairfax County taxpayers expected her to attend, an analysis by The Daily Caller has found. Murphy, who represents parts of both Loudoun County and Fairfax County, is running for re-election. The Daily Caller emailed Murphy’s Richmond office but did not immediately receive a response.… Read More

CNN Guest: Trump Is ‘Essentially A Frightened Man’ [VIDEO]

9:42 PM 10/17/2017  Pinterest  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp     Share         TOP A Donald Trump biographer on CNN accused Donald Trump of being a “frightened man” Tuesday. WATCH: Trump biographer Michael D’Antonio, appearing on CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360,” said, “Donald Trump is essentially a frightened man. And when John McCain was in… Read More

SHOCK REPORT: Missing Vegas Security Guard Jesus Campos is Illegal Alien?

October 17, 2017 by Cristina Laila Investigative reporter Laura Loomer obtained an exclusive report about Mandalay Bay security guard Jesus Campos who was shot in the hallway by Stephen Paddock. It appears Campos shared a Social Security number with a person named Jesus Quintero. Loomer tweeted, “EXCLUSIVE: #JesusCampos intel report reveals he shared SSN w/… Read More

Fox News poll: Moore and Jones tied in Alabama Senate race

Fox News has a new poll out showing the special election in Alabama between Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones is a tied race, with each candidate at 42 percent among registered voters. BREAKING! Roy Moore & Doug Jones tied in #AL-SEN @FoxNews #Poll MORE: https://t.co/gbaOyMA1Wq pic.twitter.com/qh3WXCwKAb — Fox News Poll (@foxnewspoll) October 17,… Read More

Clinton Suggests Russian Interference in 2016 Election Was a ‘Cyber 9/11’

Politics World Clinton Suggests Russian Interference in 2016 Election Was a ‘Cyber 9/11’ Posted on October 17, 2017 by True Pundit Staff Print FOLLOW US! Hillary Clinton said Sunday evening that Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election was an incident of such magnitude and overall consequence that it equated to a “cyber 9/11.” The twice-defeated presidential… Read More

Exploiting Vegas: Nets Advance Anti-Gun Agenda 5 to 1

Politics Security Exploiting Vegas: Nets Advance Anti-Gun Agenda 5 to 1 FOLLOW US! In the aftermath of the Las Vegas shooting massacre, the Big Three (ABC, CBS, NBC) networks wasted little time in exploiting the tragedy to advance their anti-gun rights agenda. In just six days (October 2 through October 8) of coverage, the networks filled their… Read More

Niall Horan Teases Two Brand New Songs With Behind-The-Scenes Clips

Only three days from now, on October 20, Niall Horan will become the third One Direction member to release a debut solo album. The collection is called Flicker and will feature the singles “This Town,” “Slow Hands,” and new one “Too Much to Ask” — as well as seven as-yet unheard tracks. Niall knows fans… Read More

Scientists Warn Yellowstone Supervolcano Could Erupt Sooner Than Thought

Researchers warned that a massive volcano underneath Yellowstone National Park could erupt sooner than expected, potentially wiping out most life on earth. What do you think? “Yeah, yeah, everyone wants to be the one to eradicate all life on earth these days.” Kimberly Trapp Line Dotter “I always knew the national parks system would be… Read More

Heavenly Authorities Arrest God For Leaving Children In Overheating Planet

THE HEAVENS—Charging the supreme being with felony reckless endangerment, heavenly authorities placed the Lord our God, Divine Creator and Ruler of the Universe, under arrest Monday for leaving His children trapped in an overheating planet. “While it’s possible for even the most attentive deity to momentarily forget how quickly a planet’s temperature can rise, that’s… Read More

Twitter Rant: Rant Time: AMC Theatres Is Tweeting About How It Should Get More Credit For Not Charging Pregnant Women For 2 Tickets Even Though It Easily Could

As the largest movie theater chain on earth, AMC Theatres definitely draws an enormous audience, but it seems like millions of customers lining up at its box offices isn’t enough to satisfy AMC. Earlier this morning the massive cinema company took to Twitter to angrily complain at length that it didn’t get nearly enough credit… Read More

Life: Danger Ahead: Scientists Are Warning That Driverless Cars Of The Future Could Easily Be Hacked To Honk Out ‘Narcos’ Spoilers In Morse Code

Here’s some news that has startling ramifications for the future of technology. While self-driving cars were once considered to be safer than non-autonomous vehicles, they could be far more dangerous than previously thought: Scientists have issued a warning that the driverless cars of the future could easily be hacked to honk out Narcos spoilers in… Read More

Four brain genes help explain obsessive compulsive disorder

People with OCD are driven to repeat rituals Jeffrey Hamilton/Getty By Alice Klein Four genes have been identified that are linked to obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). The genes all play a role in the same brain circuit, and may help explain why people are more likely to have OCD if they have a relative with… Read More

Roadside barrier that folds like origami blocks traffic noise

The right folds could keep the din at bay Urs Flueeler/EyeEm/Getty By Aylin Woodward For homes too close to highways, the sound of silence may be close at hand. A sonic barrier that relies on pre-crimped aluminium may be able to block a wider range of traffic sounds than ever before. Manoj Thota and Kon-Well… Read More

Online dating may be breaking down society’s racial divisions

It all starts with a swipe By Douglas Heaven PEOPLE often marry people who are just like them – similar in terms of social background, world view and race. Online dating may be changing that, however, breaking us out of our existing social circles. Economists Josué Ortega at the University of Essex, UK, and Philipp Hergovich… Read More

Male chimpanzee seen snatching seconds-old chimp and eating it

Michio Nakamura By Jessica Hamzelou A rare sighting of a chimpanzee giving birth in the wild came to a grisly conclusion. Within seconds of the birth, the baby was snatched away and eaten by a male of the same group. The observation explains why female chimpanzees tend to go into hiding for weeks or months… Read More

A gaggle of 7 moons keep Saturn’s rings from breaking apart

Saturn’s moons band together to corral its rings NASA / JPL-Caltech / Space Science Institute Tidying up Saturn’s rings takes teamwork. One ring in particular owes its manicured appearance to no fewer than seven moons working together, according to new results released this week at the American Astronomical Society’s Division of Planetary Sciences meeting in… Read More

Skin-tight exoskeleton is worn like Spanx and lets you turn left

Packs some new skills Kenta Murakami/Panasonic By Sandrine Ceurstemont A body-hugging robotic suit lets the wearer turn as they walk – a first for this technology. It’s an important step toward finally letting people take home supportive exosuits after injuries, rather than having to stay in hospital. Robotic exoskeletons are often used for rehabilitation: they… Read More

Perfectly preserved fossil salamander even has last meal in gut

Preserved frog bones from an ancient salamander’s stomach Jérémy Tissier CC BY By Richa Malhotra The fossil of an extinct salamander is so exquisitely preserved that the remains of its last meal – a frog – can be seen in its gut. The fossil comes from the site of the Quercy phosphorites in south-west France,… Read More

Most science papers turn out to be wrong. It’s time to fix that

Crisis? What crisis? SolStock/Getty In these times of fake news, it’s good to know that there’s still one source we can rely on: the scientific community. Wielding rigorous standards of evidence, researchers can be counted on to give us trustworthy insights amid a sea of nonsense. Yet this, too, is fake news. For decades, scientists… Read More

Cold climate may have driven ancient humans’ move out of Africa

Did drought push humans out? Anton Petrus/Getty By Lakshmi Supriya Ancient humans may have trekked out of Africa to escape arid climes. This is the result suggested by a record of climate in East Africa spanning the past 200,000 years. “It raises the possibility that drought, rather than rainy conditions, prompted early humans to migrate,”… Read More

Father of ‘nudge’ psychology wins economics Nobel

Keith Morris News/Alamy Stock Photo By Andy Coghlan Weaving the irrational “human factor” into economics has earned Richard Thaler of the University of Chicago this year’s Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences. Thaler is most famous for describing a phenomenon called “nudging” in 2008. Nudging relies on subtle psychological ploys to guide consumers to make choices that… Read More

Smartphone lets you see round corners by light flicker on floor

I can see you… even if you can’t see me AndreasReh/Getty By Douglas Heaven The walls may not have eyes – but you can turn them into cameras that let you see around corners. Armed with a smartphone and some straightforward optical analysis, a team at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has shown that you… Read More

Buyer beware: Should genomic firms resell your data?

How much? Lauren Fleishman/The New York Times/Redux /Eyevine IF YOU’RE not paying for it, you’re the product, as the saying goes. Use a “free” online service and you are paying with personal data. But when it comes to genomics, you both pay and are the product. Firms charge people who want to understand their genetics… Read More

Half the universe’s missing matter has just been finally found

Discoveries seem to back up many of our ideas about how the universe got its large-scale structure Andrey Kravtsov (The University of Chicago) and Anatoly Klypin (New Mexico State University). Visualisation by Andrey Kravtsov By Leah Crane The missing links between galaxies have finally been found. This is the first detection of the roughly half… Read More

Exploding stars could have kick-started our ancestors’ evolution

Great news for grasses Frans Lanting/Mint Images/Getty By Colin Barras Was the rise of humankind written in the stars? A nearby star exploding 8 million years ago might have triggered more frequent lightning on Earth. Wildfires ignited by that lightning could help explain the rise of east African savannahs – which many researchers think provided… Read More

Human hearts kept ‘asleep’ in a box can survive outside the body

Donated hearts will travel better Bettmann/Getty By Clare Wilson A new way of keeping hearts alive but “asleep” in a box outside the body for a day or more could bring an end to people dying on the heart transplant waiting list. The system was tested on the first patient in August, albeit with the… Read More

Drone designers accidentally explain colour of albatross wings

Frans Lanting/National Geographic Creative IT’S not every day that an aerospace engineer raises new questions about bird flight. But Abdessattar Abdelkefi and his team at New Mexico State University did just that while trying to devise better drones. Many large soaring birds like the albatross have wings that are white underneath and black on top.… Read More

Will Alphabet’s internet balloons really help Puerto Rico?

Up in the air: is balloon internet the best option? Stephen Lam/Reuters Google’s sister company X has lofty ambitions to bring wireless internet to remote parts of the world by beaming it down from balloons. Last week, X announced it wanted to use its Project Loon tech to restore mobile communications to hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico.… Read More

Blind cave fish lost eyes by unexpected evolutionary process

Evolutionary insight VPC Animals Photo/Alamy Stock Photo By Michael Le Page We’ve found out why a Mexican cavefish has no eyes – and the surprising answer is likely to be seized upon by those who think the standard view of evolution needs revising. Over the past few million years, blind forms of the Mexican tetra… Read More

The dearth of women in tech is nothing to do with testosterone

Our brains are plastic Peter Cade/Getty As efforts to improve diversity in science, technology, engineering and maths accelerate, so the voices of those who question those efforts seem to get louder. They say the STEM gender gap has its roots in innate biology, that men are inherently better at or more interested in these subjects.… Read More

Female dolphins have weaponised their vaginas to fend off males

Best mates? Female bottlenose dolphins can control the paternity of their offspring Flip Nicklin/Minden Pictures/FLPA By Josh Gabbatiss Some female dolphins have evolved a secret weapon in their sexual arms race with males: vaginas that protect them from fertilisation by unwelcome partners. Penises come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, especially in dolphins… Read More

Giant black hole seen flickering on and off after galaxy snack

Clouds of gas and dust spinning around a black hole can shine brighter than all the other stars in the galaxy combined NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Conceptual Image Lab By Adam Mann A supermassive black hole has been spotted snacking – twice. This is the first time astronomers have caught one in the act and… Read More

California’s wildfires powered by perfect storm of fire hazards

Winds served as bellows Irfan Khan/Los Angeles Times via Getty By Andy Coghlan Fire has devastated large areas of northern California, killing at least 17, with 155 people missing, and destroying at least 2000 homes. Wildfires have torched almost 30,000 hectares, mostly in the wine-growing regions of Napa and Sonoma counties, including the area around Santa Rosa.… Read More

Google’s new earbuds act as two-way translators in your ear

Let me talk marketing-speak Elijah Nouvelle/AFP/Getty IF YOU have a Google Pixel phone, you will soon be able to speak 40 languages. All you need is a pair of the earbuds Google announced last week in San Francisco. These can be used to make phone calls and listen to music – but they also provide… Read More

Grit and the gridiron rescue a town

October 17, 2017 REFUGIO, TEXAS—It’s only 3 p.m., but North Alamo Street is beginning to resemble a Texas ghost town. “Closed” signs tilt from mud-flecked doors. An errant piece of corrugated tin scrapes restlessly against a sagging fence post. A tattered American flag whips in the breeze, clanging against a bent flagpole.  Hurricane Harvey left… Read More

A house has been bought on the blockchain for the first time

Click to buy Mint Images/REX/Shutterstock By Douglas Heaven LAST month a $60,000 flat in Kiev, Ukraine, became the world’s first property to be sold using a blockchain. Michael Arrington, founder of tech news site TechCrunch, used real estate start-up Propy to help him snap up the home without setting foot in the country. The transaction… Read More

Most versatile stem cell ever may help us understand miscarriage

Capable of growing into anything NDY WALKER, MIDLAND FERTILITY SERVICES/ SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY By Andy Coghlan The most versatile stem cells ever created could enable researchers to better understand the biological mechanisms behind many failed early pregnancies. Pentao Liu of the Sanger Institute in Cambridge, UK, and his team developed the stem cells from cells… Read More

Distant dwarf planet near Pluto has a ring that no one expected

Haumea: egg-shaped and ringed IAA-CSIC/UHU By Ken Croswell A ring has been found around Haumea, a world more than 2 billion kilometres beyond Pluto. The ring is the most distant ever seen in our solar system. “This is a landmark discovery,” says Alan Stern at the Southwest Research Institute in Boulder, Colorado. “It’s very exciting.”… Read More

Caesarean sections cause obesity and microbiome changes in mice

Missing beneficial bacteria? Luca Trovato/The Image Bank/Getty By Jessica Hamzelou For the first time, researchers have shown that being born by C-section can contribute to obesity in mice. This probably happens because the procedure disrupts a newborn’s microbiome. Until fairly recently, babies were thought to be born with sterile guts free from bacteria. But we… Read More

Air pollution blamed for 500,000 early deaths in Europe in 2014

Something bad in the air Beata Zawrel/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images By Andy Coghlan Filthy air killed half a million people in Europe prematurely in 2014. So says a report on air quality from the European Environment Agency in Copenhagen, Denmark. “Air pollution is the single largest environmental health risk in Europe,” says the EEA.… Read More

It was always crazy to shoot for Mars before colonising the moon

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Astronaut wee could show us how the plumes on Enceladus work

A little like wee NASA By Leah Crane It’s just a wee moon, but Saturn’s icy satellite Enceladus is one of the most promising places in the solar system in the hunt for alien life. Examining how spaceships vent urine could help us understand the small moon’s jets of water, which may spew out signs… Read More

Is LGBT-Muslim Clash Aiding Rise of Right in Europe?

OutRight Action International has published quotes from speakers at the meeting of the LGBTI Core Group during the recent United Nations General Assembly. The LGBTI Equal Rights Association for Western Balkans and Turkey held its annual conference in Podgorica, Montenegro on September 20-23. AP reported that police provided protection for “an LGBT pride event” in… Read More

U.S. Supreme Court rejects Guantanamo detainee’s appeal

By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday paved the way for a Guantanamo Bay detainee accused of being the mastermind of the 2000 bombing of the guided-missile destroyer USS Cole in a Yemeni port to go on trial before an American war crimes military tribunal. The justices declined to hear… Read More

SNL Makes Sure That Trump Will Forever Be Known As The Moron President

SNL’s parodies define presidents in popular culture, and in the case of Trump, this means that he will forever be known as the moron president. Video: [embedded content] Baldwin captured Trump’s incoherence at these “speeches,” which almost always quickly morph into Trump ranting about whatever is on his mind, but the skit also captured something… Read More

SNL Makes Sure That Trump Will Forever Be Known As The Moron President

SNL’s parodies define presidents in popular culture, and in the case of Trump, this means that he will forever be known as the moron president. Video: [embedded content] Baldwin captured Trump’s incoherence at these “speeches,” which almost always quickly morph into Trump ranting about whatever is on his mind, but the skit also captured something… Read More

Facebook pushes ad overhaul before 2018 U.S. election

By David Ingram SAN JOSE, Calif. (Reuters) – Facebook Inc has begun overhauling how it handles political ads on its platform and may put some changes in place before U.S. elections next year. U.S. congressional and state elections set for November 2018 present a deadline of sorts for Facebook and other social media companies to… Read More

Facebook pushes ad overhaul before 2018 U.S. election

By David Ingram SAN JOSE, Calif. (Reuters) – Facebook Inc has begun overhauling how it handles political ads on its platform and may put some changes in place before U.S. elections next year. U.S. congressional and state elections set for November 2018 present a deadline of sorts for Facebook and other social media companies to… Read More

New Trump immigration order blocked

President Trump’s third attempt to put strict new limits on immigration from Mideast nations – like the first two – ran into trouble in federal court on Tuesday, with a judge in Hawaii blocking it from going into full effect at midnight. (UPDATE: The Justice Department said it would pursue an “expeditious appeal.) In a 40-page… Read More

Oscar-winning actor caught up in Weinstein sex abuse scandal as top US broadcaster accuses him of assaulting a loved one

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Drudge on Hollywood: ‘Has Any Actor Become A Star Without Putting Out?’

Conservative media mogul Matt Drudge took to Twitter to express his dismay over the dozens of actors leveling damning and shocking sexual allegations against disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. “Has any actor become a star without first putting out?” he tweeted on Tuesday. Has any actor become a star without first putting out? pic.twitter.com/YZLZ06GU2Y —… Read More

LAPD Board Could Approve Controversial Drone Program Tuesday

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Nuclear war may break out any moment, says N. Korean UN envoy

North Korea’s deputy UN ambassador has warned the UN General Assembly that the crisis on the Korean Peninsula “has reached the touch-and-go point and a nuclear war may break out any moment.” Kim In-ryong said North Korea is the only country in the world subjected to “such an extreme and direct nuclear threat” by the… Read More

“Tick Tock”: Huge Story on Hillary/Russia Set to Drop Tonight

A huge story on Hillary Clinton and the Russian collusion narrative, possibly connected to Wikileaks, is set to drop tonight. Fox News’ Sean Hannity teased the bombshell last night when he tweeted, “Tick tock tomorrow. BOOM.” Tick tock tomorrow. BOOM — Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) October 17, 2017 Hannity also announced during his show last night… Read More

Obama Prosecutor Used FBI Leaks to Plant “Fake News” in Insider Trading Case

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Court documents prove U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara allowed FBI criminal leaks to the New York Times and Wall Street Journal to publish “fake news” cases as he fished to create an insider trading case against William T. “Billy” Walters, a multi-millionaire investor, sports gambler and philanthropist.  The hand-delivered memorandum, dated December 22,… Read More

Donald Trump: Wall Funding Will Be Part of DACA Deal with Democrats

President Donald Trump restated his support for wall funding, telling reporters on Monday that it would be part of any deal with Democrats to legalize illegal immigrants brought to the United States as children. “We need a wall in this country. You know it, I know it, everybody knows it,” Trump said during a press conference… Read More

Former Islamic State ‘Capital’ Raqqa Has Fallen, U.S.-Backed Forces Say

(AP) BEIRUT, Lebanon — US-backed Syrian forces liberated the city of Raqqa from Islamic State militants on Tuesday, a senior commander for the force said, adding that clearing operations were underway to remove land mines left behind and search for the extremist group’s sleeper cells. Brig. Gen. Talal Sillo told The Associated Press that there… Read More

Obama’s Car Bomb Attack On Liberty

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How getting too-small PJs inspired this mom to lose weight

An Imgur user, thought to be from the US, shared his story about a potentially awkward situation that had a happy endingFive years ago, he bought his wife of 20 years a set of PJs but forgot her size and ended up purchasing ones that were two sizes too smallShe’d put on weight since they… Read More

FBI Uncovered Russian Bribery Plot BEFORE Hillary Clinton Approved Uranium One Deal

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FBI Uncovered Russian Bribery Plot BEFORE Hillary Clinton Approved Uranium One Deal

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Missing airman found 40 years later living a double life

An Air Force veteran  who went missing four decades ago was taken into custody after it was discovered he had been living a double lifeJeffrey Michels, 64, was arrested Thursday on charges of desertion after he vanished from the Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota on July 6, 1977He was found by an investigative group… Read More

Fast and Furious Scandal: Last Remaining Fugitive In Border Agent’s Murder Arrested

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Fast and Furious Scandal: Last Remaining Fugitive In Border Agent’s Murder Arrested

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Boston Celtics star Gordon Hayward suffers ankle break

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Gordon Hayward fractured his left ankle Monday night during the Celtics first game of the season The 27-year-old was midway through the first quarter of the team’s game against the Cleveland CavaliersHe went up for a pass from Kyrie Irving when he landed awkwardly on his left legThe game stopped as medics rushed to… Read More

Twitter turns on CNN reporter for 'mocking Donald Trump'

CNN political reporter Daniella Diaz caught a hailstorm of backlash after appearing to mock Sen Mitch McConnell for getting help on stairs from TrumpAfter a Rose Garden press conference, Trump took McConnell’s hand to guide him up the few steps leading to the White HouseDiaz tweeted ‘That hand-lock between Trump and McConnell, though’ Her tweet quickly… Read More

Watch Live: Key Witness To Vegas Massacre Still Missing

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Jeyaraj Vadiveloo on how many healthy years we have left

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Economist: Eliminating State & Local Tax Deductions Will Help Lower Taxes By $1 Trillion

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Emergency crews wrangle a cow on the loose in Brooklyn

A runaway cow injured a toddler after it escaped from a slaughterhouse Police and emergency crews are trying to wrangle a cow that somehow made it to BrooklynCops said that they started receiving reports of a loose bull this morningPolice sources said the animal escaped from the slaughterhouse  By Daniel Roth For Dailymail.com Published: 13:53 EDT,… Read More

Economist: Eliminating State & Local Tax Deductions Will Help Lower Taxes By $1 Trillion

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DACA Dreamer Murders 18 Year Old Girl

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DACA Dreamer Murders 18 Year Old Girl

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Abandoned Buffalo train station makes global watch list

The Buffalo Central Terminal was added to the Manhattan-based World Monuments Fund 2018 watch list of cultural heritage sites threatened by warfare, natural disaster, climate change or urbanization on MondayThe station opened that was opened in 1929 was closed in 1979 and has been defunct ever since The nonprofit Central Terminal Restoration Corp. is overseeing ongoing… Read More

Putin green lights launch of the CryptoRuble

Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered the issue of a national cryptocurrency, according to Communications Minister Nikolay Nikiforov, after a closed-door meeting. The minister said once the digital currency or CryptoRuble is issued other cryptocurrency mining will be banned and it will be entirely regulated by the government. “I am so confident to declare that… Read More

Putin green lights launch of the CryptoRuble

Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered the issue of a national cryptocurrency, according to Communications Minister Nikolay Nikiforov, after a closed-door meeting. The minister said once the digital currency or CryptoRuble is issued other cryptocurrency mining will be banned and it will be entirely regulated by the government. “I am so confident to declare that… Read More

Conjoined Congo twins have surgery to separate

One-week-old Anick and Destin were born in a remote village in the DR of CongoEndured an 870-mile round trip across jungle, roads and by air to get to hospital The girls were joined at the abdomen and share some internal organs Operation was a success and twins will return home in 3 weeks By Claudia Tanner For… Read More

Russian nuke bribes were known when uranium deal approved

The Obama administration approved a deal in 2010 that allowed a Moscow-controlled firm to get control of U.S. UraniumThe State Department and a committee on investment signed off on the partial sale of Canadian mining company Uranium One  Donald Trump bashed the decision on the campaign trailThe FBI at the time had evidence that Russia’s nuclear… Read More

Appeals court throws out $72million award in talcum case

Jacqueline Fox, 62, from Birmingham, Alabama, claimed the powder that she used for feminine hygiene for about 25 years contributed to her ovarian cancerIn February 2016, a year after her death, she was awarded $10million in actual damages and $62million in punitive damagesThe court claimed the lawsuit lacked jurisdiction because state courts can’t hear claims… Read More

Lack of sleep nearly triples risk of gestational diabetes

Pregnant women who got less than 6.25 hours of sleep were 70 percent more likely to develop gestational diabetes than others, a new study shows The pregnancy-related form of diabetes usually subsides after the mother delivers, but puts her at about seven times greater risk of developing type 2 diabetes later in life Gestational diabetes also increases… Read More

Dead black rhino with horn hacked off in South Africa

By Abe Hawken For Mailonline Published: 18:01 EDT, 17 October 2017 | Updated: 18:58 EDT, 17 October 2017 A picture of a dead black rhino with its horns hacked off has won a photographer the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year award.   Brent Stirton won the award for his image Memorial to a Species, which… Read More

Ohio man admits to shooting daughter over lack of respect

Jamal Mansour, 64, was sentenced to 22 years for killing his daughter, 27Mansour told investigators he fatally shot Tahani Mansour is her sleep after she failed to clean her bedroom and ignored his house rulesThe nightmare incident happened the night of September 27, 2016 at the family home in Rocky River, Ohio following a domestic disputeHe… Read More

How to avoid catching a disease from public toilets

NHS physician Dr Preethi Daniel says the most commonly-asked question is about toiletsHer patients are concerned about catching STIs from public toilet seatsDr Daniel insists that is highly unlikely but offers some protective tipsHer words come amid a hepatitis A outbreak in California linked to public toilets  By Dr Preethi Daniel For Healthista Published: 16:44… Read More

Fossil of 48 MILLION year old species of bird discovered

Scientists discovered the fossilised remains in the Messel Pit in GemanyThe mysterious creature was about the size of a wren, and lived in treesAnalysis revealed it had a preen gland that secreted waxy oils for preening  By Shivali Best For Mailonline Published: 19:01 EDT, 17 October 2017 | Updated: 19:01 EDT, 17 October 2017 The… Read More

The human brain has tripled in size as we ventured further

Previous studies were based on the ‘social brain hypothesis’This is a theory that claims brains enlarged to help us managed bigger groupsIn the new study, researchers analysed more than 140 primate speciesFindings suggest human brains became bigger because of ecological factorsThis could explain why chimpanzee brains have not changed in size over time  By Shivali Best… Read More

Amazon studio head Roy Price resigns

Price resigned on Tuesday, less than a week after being placed on indefinite leaveHe was looped into the Weinstein sexual harassment scandal last week Actress Rose McGowan said he ignored her rape claims last year when she tried to advise him against bailing Weinstein’s company outMcGowan said he discredited them and said she had no proof… Read More

Trump's net worth slashed $600m by Forbes to $3.1 billion

Trump’s net worth falls from estimated $3.7 to $3.1 billion in Forbes annual list of America’s richest peoplePresident is now 248th wealthiest person – sharing that spot with newly-minted billionaire Evan Spiegel, the co-founder of Snapchat, who is just 27 In 2016 Trump was 156th wealthiest, but Forbes say new York real estate market and new… Read More

Genes that cause OCD identified by scientists

The findings confirm suspicions that the psychiatric condition is geneticResearchers discovered four genes, the first to be linked to OCD in humansMutations in brain cells are linked to serotonin, low levels of which cause OCDGene therapy could be developed – current treatments don’t help most sufferers By Claudia Tanner For Mailonline Published: 11:00 EDT, 17 October 2017… Read More

Opioids killed more Americans in 2016 than the Vietnam War

The Vietnam War claimed 58,200 American lives in 19 years and six monthsIn 2016, 64,070 Americans died of an overdose from opioids or heroinThe new paper by the Police Executive Research Forum issues a call to arms for law enforcement to devise innovative ways to tackle the deadly epidemic By Mia De Graaf For Dailymail.com… Read More

Amazon's Roy Price made 'unwanted advances' on Anna Friel

Anna Friel, 41, is said to have left a dinner party after becoming uncomfortableThe Marcela actress was at the Balmoral Hotel with ex-Amazon boy Roy Price, 51A source said Miss Friel became upset when Mr Price made unwanted advances By Abe Hawken For Mailonline Published: 18:27 EDT, 17 October 2017 | Updated: 19:34 EDT, 17 October… Read More

‘Haunted’ seaside Maine castle hits the market for $3.35M

Beckett’s Castle, located in Cape Elizabeth, Maine, has been listed for a cool $3.35million The roughly 2,000-square-foot residence comes complete with three bedrooms and three bathroomsBuilt in 1874 by lawyer and writer Sylvester Beckett, the home features a 30-foot-tall towerRumors for years have circulated about the castle being haunted, but the previous owner said it’s not… Read More

Arizona ex-husband charged with murder after vet vanishes

Dalen Ware has been charged with the murder of his ex-wife Julia Jacobson Jacobson went missing over Labor Day weekend and police say she was killedShe was last seen with her dog Boogie, who is also assumed to be deadPolice say she has been murdered based on forensic evidence from her carHer car was found on… Read More

Hero Mandalay Bay security guard is NOT missing

Jesus Campos vanished before he was scheduled to give TV interviews last weekSecurity guard was shot by Stephen Paddock when he went to investigate the gunshots coming the 32nd floor suite of the Mandalay BayCampos spoke with police after the ordeal but hasn’t yet spoken publiclyQuestions have since been raised about his whereabouts but police said… Read More

Kaepernick not invited to NFL meetings on social change

A statement from Kaepernick’s lawyer claimed he ‘was not invited to attend today’s meeting by any official from the NFL or any team executives’An NFL spokesman explained that the ‘player leadership council (made up of players) and the NFLPA’ were responsible for inviting KaepernickEagles safety Malcolm Jenkins claimed Kaepernick was invited but declinedKaepernick is suing… Read More

Too much exercise can kill you if you're a white man

Researchers in Chicago assessed exercise patterns over the course of 25 years They found that very active white men are 86 percent more likely to experience a buildup of plaque in the heart arteries by middle ageThis was not the case in black men, based on 3,175 participants  By Mia De Graaf For Dailymail.com Published: 10:28… Read More

South Carolina man who killer said sold him guns indicted

Dustin Lawson has been indicted on 36 federal charges after serial killer Todd Kohlepp told authorities Lawson helped him get gunsLawson purchased 12 guns and five silencers from 2012 to 2016 and allegedly gave them to KohleppKohlepp has been convicted of murdering seven people in South Carolina between 2003 and 2016He could not purchase the… Read More

Senate Committee asks Michael Flynn's son for testimony

Michael Flynn Jr, 34, reportedly hasn’t responded to the committee’s requestFlynn Jr worked closely with his father and accompanied him on many trips, including one to Moscow in 2015 Flynn was fired 24 days into his role as Donald Trump’s national security adviserHe misled Vice President Mike Pence about his contacts with Russian officialsOfficials say the… Read More

Colorado man 'killed siblings and maimed dad'

Malik Murphy was arrested after 1am Tuesday at his Colorado Springs homePolice say they’re not sure why he allegedly attacked his siblings and father The children died in hospital; the father is expected to make a full recoveryMurphy has been charged with two counts of first-degree murder In March he was arrested for torching his parents’ car… Read More

Ezekiel Elliott suspension delayed by restraining order

Elliott was suspended after he violated the NFL’s personal conduct policyEx-girlfriend Tiffany Thompson accused Elliot of domestic violence in 2016She claims Elliott hit her, choked her and bruised her while they were togetherElliott has denied the allegations and says Thompson was harassing himPolice in Columbus, Ohio, declined to press charges against the NFL player The running… Read More

Ex-deputy pleads guilty in his neighbor's shooting death

Full Story Here Yahoo News October 17, 2017 7:39 pm Support Us View photos FILE – In this Jan. 17, 2017, file photo, former Pike County Deputy Joel Jenkins, left, listens to closing arguments next to his attorney Mark Collins, right, at the Pike County Courthouse in Waverly, Ohio. Jenkins pleaded guilty Monday, Oct. 16,… Read More

Toddler Drowns in Grease Pit at Ice Cream Shop

Full Story Here Yahoo News October 17, 2017 7:39 pm Support Us Brian Noble: She is right of course. He is fat and he is a liar! However the right-wing electorate who elected this dumb ox should have realised that from day one. Because they didn’t and because your electoral system is frankly barmy you… Read More

Harrowing viral footage shows 3-year-old riding a 20-foot python

Full Story Here Yahoo News October 17, 2017 7:38 pm Support Us Shocking footage that shows a little boy riding a 20-foot python in the streets of northern Vietnam is quickly making its way around the internet.  In the video, a three-year-old named Truong is happily straddling the reptile like a horse, swimming in the devastating flood waters… Read More

Israeli military strikes anti-aircraft battery in Syria

Full Story Here Yahoo News October 17, 2017 7:38 pm Support Us The Israeli military said it struck and destroyed an anti-aircraft battery deep in Syria on Monday after it had opened fire on Israeli jets flying over Lebanon — the first such incident of Syrian forces targeting Israeli planes since the civil war began… Read More

Aerial images capture beautiful autumn landscape 

Full Story Here Yahoo News October 17, 2017 7:38 pm Support Us This beautiful autumn landscape comes to life as the leaves change color ready for fall. The aerial pictures, taken by Matt Benedetto, 28, from Burlington, Vermont, show the forests of his home state as they transition into their autumn foliage. (Caters News) See… Read More

Trump Fails to Duly Honor Green Beret Deaths

Full Story Here Yahoo News October 17, 2017 7:38 pm Support Us Rachel Maddow notes that not only did Donald Trump fail to duly honor the recent deaths of U.S. Green Berets attacked in Niger, but given the chance, he told a lie about President Obama instead. Watch TV shows, movies and more on Yahoo… Read More

Parents Turn Son's Wheelchair Into Elaborate Halloween Costumes

Full Story Here Yahoo News October 17, 2017 7:38 pm Support Us When Halloween night rolls around, all eyes in Melrose Park, Illinois, will be on Anthony Alfano. The 8-year-old has cerebral palsy and gets around in a wheelchair, but that hasn’t stopped him from being the town’s king of Halloween. Each year, Anthony’s parents… Read More

Site of IS beheadings in Raqqa seized by Kurdish-led force

Full Story Here Yahoo News October 17, 2017 7:38 pm Support Us This frame grab from video released Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017 and provided by Furat FM, a Syrian Kurdish activist-run media group, shows Syrian Islamic State group fighters who surrendered entering a base of the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), in Raqqa, Syria. A… Read More

IS fighters stage last stand as Raqa capture nears

Full Story Here Yahoo News October 17, 2017 7:38 pm Support Us View photos Members of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) take a position inside a building on the eastern frontline of Raqa on October 5, 2017 (AFP Photo/BULENT KILIC) More Raqa (Syria) (AFP) – US-backed fighters battled hundreds of Islamic State group jihadists holed… Read More

Colorado teen killed young siblings to be alone, police say

Full Story Here Yahoo News October 17, 2017 7:38 pm Support Us COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — A 19-year-old accused of stabbing his two young siblings to death and wounding his father in Colorado told investigators he carried out the attack so he could be alone in the house, documents say. Officers called to the… Read More

Blackhawks mix up power-play units ahead of Blues game

The glaring blemish on the Blackhawks‘ 4-1-1 start has been the power play, which has gone 4 of 27 through the first six games. So at practice on Tuesday the Hawks worked on the power play — and coach Joel Quenneville mixed up his personnel on both units. In previous games, the power-play units looked… Read More

Federal judge blocks Trump's third travel ban, setting up another legal showdown

A federal judge on Tuesday largely blocked the Trump administration from implementing the latest version of the president’s controversial travel ban, setting up yet another legal showdown on the extent of the executive branch’s powers when it comes to setting immigration policy. The decision from U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson in Hawaii is sure to… Read More

As Party Gathers, Xi Jinping Displays a Firm Grip on Power – New York Times

By CHRIS BUCKLEYOctober 17, 2017 BEIJING — When Xi Jinping strode out in the Great Hall of the People five years ago as China’s new leader, his tight smile barely hid the atmosphere of smoldering crisis. The Communist Party elite had been battered by infighting and scandals involving power grabs, bribery and even murder. Military commanders and… Read More

Kentucky city moving 2 Confederate statues from courthouse

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky’s second largest city began moving statutes of two Confederate statues on Tuesday evening after obtaining a legal opinion that a state heritage panel does not have jurisdiction over them. The Lexington Herald Leader reports that police blocked off the area outside the former courthouse to allow workers to bring crane… Read More

New Mexico governor seeks repeal of bail reforms

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez is calling for the repeal and replacement of a constitutional amendment approved last year to overhaul the state’s bail system. In a Facebook post Tuesday, Martinez said the state judiciary was using the constitutional provisions and new court rules to “return criminals to our neighborhoods.”… Read More

Columbus-area auditor exits GOP race for Ohio treasurer

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The county auditor in Columbus says he’s exiting the race for Ohio treasurer, the second departure from statewide races by a Republican in two days. Franklin County Auditor Clarence Mingo announced his decision on Facebook on Tuesday. The self-described fiscal conservative touted himself as part of “a new generation of conservative… Read More

Seattle School District bus drivers could strike at any time

The Seattle School District Tuesday warned of a possible strike by school bus drivers that could leave students with limited yellow-bus service, or none at all. Last week, Teamsters Local 174 authorized a strike, but the 400 union drivers have not stopped work yet. That could change at any time, said Teamsters 174 director of… Read More

Guatemala extends UN anti-corruption official’s visa

GUATEMALA CITY (AP) — The Guatemalan government has renewed the visa of the U.N. anti-corruption commissioner but instructed him to “refrain from interfering in the internal affairs” of the country. President Jimmy Morales tried to expel Ivan Velazquez in August but his order was blocked by Guatemala’s highest court. While ruffling the feathers of politicians… Read More

Lipoma Firs Golf Course in Puyallup to close next month

Another month, another golf course closing Lipoma Firs Golf Course in Puyallup is closing for good at the end of play Nov. 5, according to assistant manager Frank Desimone. The property will become a housing development. Lipoma Firs was 27 holes, then closed nine holes last year. Lipoma Firs opened in 1989, and the final… Read More

Utah police officer accused of making fake 911 call, charged

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Salt Lake City police officer faces one count each of emergency reporting abuse and obstructing justice for allegations that he made a fake 911 call. Both counts against 53-year-old Lt. Dan McConkey are misdemeanors punishable by up to six months in jail. He has pleaded not guilty. He is… Read More

Former hostage says his American wife was rushed to hospital

SMITHS FALLS, Ontario (AP) — Joshua Boyle, a Canadian who was rescued with his family last week by Pakistani troops, said Tuesday that his wife had to be rushed to the hospital and remains there. Boyle told The Associated Press in an email that his wife, Caitlan Boyle, was admitted Monday. His email did not… Read More

Celtics star Hayward suffers gruesome injury in opener

CLEVELAND (AP) — Just five minutes into his Boston career, new Celtics star forward Gordon Hayward gruesomely broke his left ankle, an injury that may end his season. Hayward, who signed a four-year, $128 million free agent contract this summer, went up for an alley-oop pass midway through the first quarter and collided with LeBron… Read More

Hundreds of teens throw rager in for-sale home while owners grab dinner

A Colorado couple felt “violated” when they found hundreds of teenagers holding an out-of-control party in their home, according to reports. Homeowner Mike Cox and his wife were out to dinner when they returned to find their home littered with partying youths and police assessing the situation,  ABC7 reported. “I think we were targeted because… Read More

Man’s diary leads to arrest for child sexual abuse: cops

A North Dakota man living in Georgia was arrested after police got a hold of his diary — which apparently described several instances when he molested children as young as 6 months old, according to reports out Monday. Timothy Sprenger, 31, was arrested Sept. 22 after a detective with the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office in… Read More

No change ahead

This year more than most, life in Venezuela has been characterised by chaos. The recent turmoil has been well documented, from violent protests to tear gas and riot police. However, now that the demonstrations have ended, a semblance of normal life has begun to return to Caracas. For many Venezuelan families, “normal life” includes an… Read More

NAFTA talks bog down over U.S. demands as latest round concludes

No one spoke about walking away from the North American Free Trade Agreement, but such sharp differences have surfaced among negotiators that the U.S., Canada and Mexico agreed to a kind of timeout and are extending talks well into next year. After wrapping up their latest and most contentious round of negotiations Tuesday, top trade… Read More

Why a Bipartisan Deal on Health Care Took So Long

11:00 Stephen Parker JP Morgan Chase Bank NA, Head of Thematic Equities 11:00 Michelle D Gass Kohls Corp, Chief Merchandising & Customer Ofcr 11:00 Kevin Rudd Asia Society Policy Institute, President 11:30 Robert J Thummel Jr “Rob” Tortoise Capital Advisors LLC, Managing Director/Portfolio Mgr 12:00 Richard McGregor Financial Times, Former Bureau Chief:Washington 12:00 Michael Fredericks… Read More

The artist making 'new' Warhol paintings, 30 years after his death

Is it possible to create new paintings by Andy Warhol, 30 years after his death? Warhol got other people to do most of the work first time around – and now a British artist has recreated some of his most famous works using exactly the same methods and materials. There was a reason Andy Warhol… Read More

Catalonia: Protests after Spain detains separatists

Media playback is unsupported on your device Tens of thousands have gathered in Barcelona for a candlelit protest after two leaders of the Catalan separatist movement were jailed. Jordi Sánchez and Jordi Cuixart are being held without bail while they are under investigation for sedition. The men were leading figures in the disputed 1 October… Read More

Bull bolts from slaughterhouse in Brooklyn, injures child

October 17, 2017, 9:01 PM| A bull escaped and ran rambunctiously down city streets and ended up two miles away in a Brooklyn park where it was eventually captured — after injuring a child. CBS New York’s Reena Roy reports. Full Story Here CBS News- Latest October 17, 2017 7:35 pm Support Us

What Congress has yet to do, despite having Republican control

President Donald Trump’s big announcements last week on health care and Iran have big implications, which Congress will largely have to sort out, adding major items to its already massive to-do list. With only 38 working days left for this year, here’s what Capitol Hill is trying to accomplish: Having failed to repeal and replace… Read More

Former hostage says his American wife was rushed to hospital

Joshua Boyle, a Canadian who was rescued with his family last week by Pakistani troops, said Tuesday that his wife had to be rushed to the hospital and remains there. Boyle told The Associated Press in an email that his wife, Caitlan Boyle, was admitted Monday. His email did not specify why she was taken… Read More

Pass Good Gun Laws and Prevent Bad Ones: Slow Down

By Dean Weingarten Pass Good Gun Laws and Prevent Bad Ones: Slow Down Dean Weingarten Arizona -(Ammoland.com)- How does the United States pass good gun laws and prevent bad ones? President Trump had the best response. “We’ll talk about that later,” Trump told reporters at the White House when asked about gun reform Tuesday morning.… Read More

BREAKING: NRA Supports Ban on Bump Stocks!

Donald Trump with Wayne LaPierre and Chris Cox. Looks like a deal has been made on bump stocks. The National Rifle Association Thursday came out in favor of banning bump stocks. Top dogs Wayne LaPierre and Chris Cox said in a joint statement that the nation’s gun lobby “believes that devices designed to allow semi-automatic… Read More

Smith & Wesson Rolls Out M&P Shield 2.0 in 10 Different Flavors

The updated M&P Shield 2.0 pistols now have optional integral laser sights by Crimson Trace. (Photo: S&W/Facebook) Smith & Wesson is giving their Shield series of M&P handguns a major update. The company is adding five new 2.0 versions in 9mm Luger and .40 S&W for a total of 10 new Shield pistols. The biggest… Read More

Can We Finally Agree that Betsy DeVos Isn’t a Rape Apologist?

Concern over Title IX abuse is now officially, unequivocally bipartisan. Yesterday, California governor Jerry Brown — arguably the nation’s most powerful leader of the #Resistance — vetoed a state bill that would have imposed constitutionally suspect Obama-era Title IX guidance on California public schools, mandating that they satisfy the lowest burden of proof in sexual-harassment… Read More

Greenhouse vs. the Pences

I wrote a post yesterday criticizing Linda Greenhouse’s latest column in the New York Times. But I didn’t quite plumb its depths. Here, again, is Greenhouse’s parting thought: “Conservatives, even the publicly pious ones, don’t seem to have a problem with limiting the size of their families. (Vice President Mike Pence has two children, and… Read More

In Defense of ‘the Generals’

Recently there have been a number of quite different critiques from all political sides of Trump’s generals (Kelly/McMaster/Mattis), and also from a variety of angles (too narrow experience, an unhealthy overdose of military thinking, a “sellout” for working for the likes of Trump, etc.). While it is hard to know who exactly is to be… Read More

Knock Down the Taj Mahal?

Americans aren’t the only ones having a dumb national discussion about monuments associated with morally compromised political leaders: In India, people are talking about knocking down the Taj Mahal. Indian architecture is very old — the Mahabodhi Temple, which is still in use, was built around the time of the First Punic War — but… Read More

Contraception Mandate Litigation: DOJ Settles

The nuns have won. Well, not quite yet. See Update below. So have others who opposed the Obamacare contraception mandate based on religious objections. From the National Catholic Register story: A week after issuing new religious-freedom guidelines to all administrative agencies in the federal government, the U.S. Department of Justice has settled with more than… Read More