Another Professor, Another Mob

Evergreen State College, a small liberal-arts school in Washington State, has long had an interesting tradition. Each year, there is a “Day of Absence” on which students and faculty members of color meet off campus to hold solidarity-building activities, leaving the remaining community members to recognize the absence — and thus the value — of… Read More

Judge Niemeyer's Dissent

Judge Niemeyer’s dissent from the Fourth Circuit’s decision against the travel ban does a nice job of explaining what’s wrong with the majority’s decision to base its ruling on its reading of President Trump’s motives. I’m going to quote the whole discussion of the issue: The majority’s new rule, which considers statements made by candidate… Read More

Clinton at Wellesley, Again

In a short post at Bloomberg View, I explain how Hillary Clinton’s comparison of Donald Trump to Richard Nixon in a commencement speech was a little bit more revealing than she may have intended. Full Story Here National Review May 27, 2017 3:54 am Support Us

WSJ: Rural America Has Replaced Inner Cities As America’s Basket Case

Business Politics WSJ: Rural America Has Replaced Inner Cities As America’s Basket Case FOLLOW US! Rural American towns have the worst socioeconomic conditions in the country, according to several data points highlighted in a Friday report from The Wall Street Journal. Rural areas and small towns now lead the nation in teenage birth rates, divorce… Read More

Reports: Trump to Set Up War Room Staffed With ‘Street Fighters’

(Gateway Pundit) – President Donald Trump is reported to be gearing up for long battles over the Russia investigations and sabotaging leaks from the Deep State by assembling a war room staffed with ‘street fighters’ to fight those battles while Trump and his regular White House staff can focus on implementing Trump’s agenda. Mike Allen,… Read More

ICE Agent Refuses Obama’s HUSH MONEY, Exposes Hillary’s Treason Instead

(Angry Patriot) – Top democrats, including Harry Reid, Terry McAuliffe, and Hillary Clinton fought against a lone agent to keep their crimes hidden. ICE agent and patriotic whistleblower Taylor Johnson almost lost everything after revealing government corruption. The Obama administration targeted Johnson after she started to report fraudulent activity in the EB-5 visa program. They… Read More

Why Are There So Many Social Media Hoax Stories About Trump?

Jeryl Bier reports that no, Trump’s lawyers did not send a threatening letter to Berkeley Breathed, creator of “Bloom County.” No, the Pope didn’t refuse to smile during his meeting with President Trump. No, the Trump administration didn’t make a long, diva-ish list of demands to the Israelis before his visit. No, Trump did not… Read More

Can We Count on You this Weekend?

Before any update about our Spring Webathon, a word about our honored dead, remembered this weekend, who died for the very freedoms — none so dramatic as free speech — that many on the American Left (such as the U.S. Senate Democrat caucus) now seek to suppress. The nation’s most charged legal battle on the… Read More

Update: Undercover Planned Parenthood Video Removed from YouTube at Judge's Order

Editor’s Note: This post has been updated since its initial publication. Yesterday evening, the Center for Medical Progress undercover footage — recorded at the 2014 and 2015 National Abortion Federation conventions — was removed from YouTube, supposedly for a violation of the site’s Terms of Service agreement. (A copy of the video can be found here. More… Read More

Secession of the Intellectuals

EDITOR’S NOTE: This piece appeared in the December 1, 1970, issue of National Review. At a patriotic rally in Seville during the Spanish Civil War the founder of the Foreign Legion, General Millan Astray, a colorful and frequently wounded figure, made a speech that has long been remembered. His climactic utterance has been variously reported,… Read More

Hillary Clinton, Still Bitter, Dismisses Those ‘Crazy’ Third-Party Candidates

Politics Hillary Clinton, Still Bitter, Dismisses Those ‘Crazy’ Third-Party Candidates FOLLOW US! The third-party candidates who ran for president in 2016 are “crazy,” according to Hillary Clinton. The Democrat used the pejorative to describe the outsiders who challenged her and Donald Trump during an interview for a profile at New York magazine. Clinton lamented what… Read More

USAA Faces Customer Backlash After Canceling Ads on Troop Supporting Sean Hannity

(Gateway Pundit) – USAA, an insurance, bank and financial services company that caters to active duty military, veterans and their families, is getting slammed by members after announcing on Twitter Wednesday night the company was withdrawing advertising on the Sean Hannity show in response to pressure from liberal activists trying to silence Hannity by cutting… Read More

How Sharia Supremacism and Judicial Imperialism Threaten National Security

The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeal’s ruling against President Trump’s so-called travel ban empowers both radical Islam and judicial imperialism. The combination portends lasting damage to the United States. To rehash, the executive order (EO) proclaimed temporary restrictions (the main one, for 90 days) on travel to the United States by the nationals of six… Read More

Mnuchin vs. Mulvaney

How large are the tax cuts the Trump administration is seeking? As I noted the other day, it has been giving inconsistent answers on this question. And that inconsistency has not yet been resolved. Budget director Mick Mulvaney says that tax reductions will be balanced by scaling back tax breaks. Tax reforms will be designed… Read More

Jeremy Corbyn’s Disgusting, Cowardly Response to the Manchester Attack

Following Monday’s attack on Manchester, campaigning for next month’s British general election was suspended. Today, the race resumed. Conservative prime minister Theresa May chose a relatively low-key restart. Her main opponent, Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn, chose the opposite approach. Corbyn gave a speech equivocating in its condemnation of the Manchester attack. He offered a… Read More

Pirates of the Caribbean 5 — a Script in the Service of Visual Effects

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales is a toddler’s birthday party of a movie: Everything is happening but nothing means anything. The movie has no more of a soul than do the dozens of undead pirates seeking revenge against Captain Jack Sparrow. I’d hoped that, during the six-year break since the fourth,… Read More

Three Cups of Weak Tea

With its inherent contradictions and absurdities, war has always provided satirists with a target-rich environment. Fighting men themselves have a keenly developed sense of black comedy and love to joke about futility, the opaque nature of military jargon, the obliviousness of their officers, and a thousand other bedevilments. But the limp new Netflix satirical comedy… Read More

Anything Goes in Our New Bro Age

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is Jonah Goldberg’s weekly “news”letter, the G-File. Subscribe here to get the G-File delivered to your inbox on Fridays. Dear Readers (Including those of you who have not yet embraced the Orb and the total consciousness that comes with it), Greetings from the Magic Pan at Ronald Reagan National Airport. When… Read More

The Politically Incorrect Guide to Memorial Day Movies

Memorial Day is of course when we remember those who died serving their country in our armed services. There was a time when America’s movie industry took pride in honoring American servicemen, both the living and the dead; there are a few actors and directors in Hollywood who still do. But since movies about Americans… Read More

The Problem with ‘Lock Them Up’ Politics

For a year, Democrats listened to crowds at Trump rallies and even the delegates at the Republican National Convention engage in chants of “lock her up.” Today, the Internet is reverberating with Democrats engaging in some virtual revenge as the latest leaks about the investigation into alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russians… Read More

Trump’s First Lower Court Pick Breezes By Senate

Politics Trump’s First Lower Court Pick Breezes By Senate FOLLOW US! Judge Amul Thapar, President Donald Trump’s first nominee to the lower federal courts, was confirmed to the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals late Thursday. The Senate confirmed Thapar on a 52-44 vote that followed party lines. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell championed his… Read More

BREAKING: White House MOLE Identified, What Should Trump Do With Them?

(Got News) – Presidential Adviser Dina Habib Powell can’t stop betraying President Donald J. Trump by leaking to New York Times White House Correspondent Maggie Haberman, according to sources close to GotNews and patriot pundit Mike Cernovich. Dina Habib Powell is only the latest national security threat in the White House GotNews has exposed. In… Read More

Trump’s First Appellate Nominee Confirmed Over Partisan Opposition

Yesterday, the Senate voted to confirm President Trump’s first nominee to a federal appellate court. On a party-line vote of 52-44, the Senate approved Judge Amul Thapar to an open seat on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. The partisan vote on Thapar’s nomination suggests that there is no point in Senate… Read More

The Editors: Manchester

Check out the latest episode of The Editors, in which Rich Lowry, Reihan Salam, Ian Tuttle, and Michael Brendan Dougherty discuss the attack in Manchester, Trump’s trip overseas, and more. Full Story Here National Review May 27, 2017 2:26 am Support Us

Former Jihadist: Trump Right To Call Terrorists ‘Losers’ (VIDEO)

Politics Security TV World Former Jihadist: Trump Right To Call Terrorists ‘Losers’ (VIDEO) FOLLOW US! A former jihadist who now works in counterterrorism said on CNN Friday that President Trump was exactly right to call terrorists “evil losers.” Mubin Shaikh, a reformed Islamic extremist, reacted to Trump’s comments about terrorists following the Manchester attack on… Read More

Should the Feds Try to Save Free Speech on Campus?

The federal government has accumulated such far-reaching powers that it’s tempting to want to employ them to solve problems that those of us on the right see, now that the government is (temporarily and to some unknown degree) under our control. Here’s an example — the relentless assault on free speech on college campuses. Why… Read More

Don’t Forget about GDP Per Capita

With the release of the Trump administration’s budget, increased attention has been paid to the question of economic growth. The budget forecasts real economic growth of about 3 percent a year — which is within the norms of the second half of the 20th century but well below the average of the past 15 years.… Read More

Hillary Clinton Lashes Out Against Right-Wing Media ‘Domination’

Politics Hillary Clinton Lashes Out Against Right-Wing Media ‘Domination’ FOLLOW US! Hillary Clinton repeatedly lashed out against “right-wing media” in a New York magazine interview published Friday afternoon. The twice-failed presidential candidate blamed an “even greater domination of the media by the right” for the uphill battles facing Democrats. Clinton claimed she “underestimated WikiLeaks and… Read More

Will No One Rid Me of These Turbulent Immigration Restrictionists?

In the under-appreciated film “Bowfinger” one of Eddie Murphy’s characters is a paranoid movie-star nitwit who meticulously combs through a proposed script to count the number of times the letter K is used: Kit: The letter K appears in this script 1,456 times. That’s perfectly divisible by 3. Freddy: So what? So what you saying?… Read More

Montana’s Early Voters Save Gianforte from Himself

Congressman-elect Greg Gianforte is the exception who proves the rule. The anti-Trump Left repeatedly chants about extremist Republicans whose “violence” leaves them “terrified.” Of course, it is the Trumpophobic Left that has shredded into ribbons the liberals’ twin banners of tolerance and open-mindedness. After all, it is not Trumpians, establishment Republicans, or even hardcore libertarians… Read More

Morning Briefing: 10 things you need to know this morning – May 27th 2017

Business Politics Science Security Technology TV World Morning Briefing: 10 things you need to know this morning – May 27th 2017 FOLLOW US! Good morning. Here’s what you need to know this Saturday: 1. Trump, A ‘Russian Stooge,’ Will Maintain Sanctions On Russia In a move that undermines claims that he is controlled by the Kremlin,… Read More

An Excellent Trump Budget Cut: International Organization Contributions

The hysteria over President Trump’s budget cuts is interesting considering that one of my main complaints is that it doesn’t cut enough spending. Moreover, some big spending programs (e.g., Social Security and Medicare) that are driving our future debt have been pretty much left untouched. Also, in a budget that has obviously thought a lot… Read More

Gianforte Wins, Continuing GOP Stranglehold on Montana House Seat

Two servings from the last Morning Jolt until Tuesday: Gianforte Wins, Continuing GOP Stranglehold on Montana House Seat Republican Greg Gianforte won the special U.S. House election last night, and… er… body-slammed the competition? Addressing supporters, Gianforte apologized to the reporter he had an altercation with, as well as other journalists who witnessed the event.… Read More

MERKEL LAND: Woman Shows Injuries After Being Beaten by Migrants

Respondents call victim “racist” for complaining about it (Infowars) – A video that has gone viral on Facebook shows a German woman covered in bruises explaining how she was beaten by migrants for daring to respond to them calling her a “bitch”. The clip, uploaded by the victim Stefanie Kirchhoff, has received almost 500,000 views… Read More

Drag Queen Brainwashes Young Children on ‘Gender Fluidity’

Sexualization of children intended to re-engineer society (Infowars) – I want to talk about liberal madness and the brainwashing of our children. This is a video about “Lil Miss Hot Mess”, a drag queen that teaches kids about sexuality. [embedded content] WATCH: Angela Merkel Mocks Trump’s Wall, So He Makes Her IMMEDIATELY Regret It… Read More


It may well be that the current concern over the Labour Party’s surge in the opinion polls will be  remembered as one of those panics (“wobbly Thursday” from 1987 comes to mind)  that occur from time to time in many election campaigns. Maybe. Nevertheless, it might be helpful if the Tories started to get their act… Read More

Unhinged Activists Never Enter the ‘Real World’

It’s almost summer, but it’s not too late for one last campus absurdity. At Evergreen State College in Olympia, Wash., biology professor Bret Weinstein is reportedly no longer safe on campus: As a biology professor for 15 years at Olympia’s The Evergreen State College, Bret Weinstein has seen his share of protests, but he’s never… Read More

10 Things That Caught My Eye This Week

1. Lord have mercy. UPDATE: Death toll rises to 28 after gunmen attack bus carrying Coptic Christians in Egypt — Al Jazeera English (@AJEnglish) May 26, 2017 God protect the Coptic Christians. 2. “My friend told me she’d mused to herself that it was a blessing her daughter wasn’t with her: If there… Read More

The Pathetic Journey of ‘Mattress Girl’ Emma Sulkowicz

An especially acute headline in The Onion once proclaimed, “Marilyn Manson Now Going Door-to-Door Trying to Shock People.” It’s an addictive thing, fame, and when it no longer need have any connection to talent, it can seem available for the begging. As Mr. Manson discovered, though, yesterday’s subversion is today’s shtick. Emma Sulkowicz, the Columbia… Read More

WWII Veteran Acts As Niece’s “Something Blue” On Her Wedding Day

World War II veteran Bill Lee Eblen, 92, recovered from a bout of pneumonia just in time to be his niece’s “something blue” at her wedding this month. PHOTOS: A WWII veteran served as his niece’s “something blue” on her wedding day. #ProudAmerican — Fox News (@FoxNews) May 26, 2017 “When I first… Read More

Trump Adviser Says Sanctions Against Russia Could Get ‘Tougher’

Politics Security World Trump Adviser Says Sanctions Against Russia Could Get ‘Tougher’ FOLLOW US! Gary Cohn, the top White House economic adviser to President Trump, said Friday that the U.S. is not lifting — and could actually toughen — sanctions against Russia. “We’re not lowering our sanctions on Russia. If anything, we would probably look… Read More

Trump Has Stayed True To His Voters

Politics Trump Has Stayed True To His Voters FOLLOW US! President Trump was elected in what coastal elites consider flyover country – swing states rich with electoral votes but places where inequality between the rich and poor is perhaps most striking. In these states, Trump leveraged the dissatisfaction of older working-class Democrats. Exit polls confirm… Read More

VIDEO: CNN, MSNBC Ignore Pence Commencement Speech, Carry Hillary

Politics TV VIDEO: CNN, MSNBC Ignore Pence Commencement Speech, Carry Hillary FOLLOW US! CNN and MSNBC chose not to show Vice President Mike Pence’s Friday commencement speech at the U.S. Naval Academy, but both outlets aired the entirety of Hillary Clinton’s speech to Wellesley College graduates. Pence spoke at the U.S. Naval Academy starting at approximately… Read More

Hannity Strikes Back at Morning Joe: ‘Do They Hold Hands Under The Desk?’

Business Entertainment Politics Hannity Strikes Back at Morning Joe: ‘Do They Hold Hands Under The Desk?’ FOLLOW US! Sean Hannity took dead aim at Joe Scarborough in a Friday interview with Mediaite, saying that his relationship with Mika Brzezinski was the only thing keeping Morning Joe on the air. Hannity told Mediaite: “Joe and Mika… Read More

Professor Hopes To Reduce ‘White Privilege’ With Workshop

Politics Professor Hopes To Reduce ‘White Privilege’ With Workshop FOLLOW US! Tired of enduring white privilege on your campus? Western Washington University (WWU) is providing its own solution Friday with a special workshop that promises to “reduce the impact of white privilege on social and academic relations,” according to a news release sent out by… Read More

Dr. Carson Compassionately Spoke The Truth About Black Poverty

Politics Dr. Carson Compassionately Spoke The Truth About Black Poverty FOLLOW US! Dr. Ben Carson being under fire for saying “poverty is a state of mind” during an interview is a prime reason why black Americans should end their insane loyalty to the Democrat Party. In essence, Dr. Carson compassionately gave his fellow blacks a… Read More

Upstate New York School Offers Prayer Rooms For Muslim Students

Politics Upstate New York School Offers Prayer Rooms For Muslim Students FOLLOW US! A high school in upstate New York will establish special prayer room for Muslim students during the month of Ramadan. As first reported by local CBS affiliate WRGB, Shenendehowa High School principal Donald Flynt informed parents in a letter that he made… Read More

Twitter, Facebook, and More

Just a reminder: If you’re interested, my Twitter handle is @EdWhelanEPPC, and my Facebook page is You’re also welcome to join my e-mail distribution list for selected posts of mine from Bench Memos and The Corner as well as my occasional essays on NRO or elsewhere. Just sign up in the “subscribe” box on the top right half of my EPPC bio page. Please note… Read More

The Shows of Yesteryear

This morning I drove to work listening to the new Beatles Channel on Sirius XM. When I arrived at the office I read articles about the fortieth anniversary of Star Wars, and about its eighth sequel, which premieres in December, and skimmed a review of a movie based on a show about attractive lifeguards that… Read More

Report: Turkey Seeks Arrest of NBA Star Enes Kanter

Turkey issued an arrest warrant on Friday for Turkish NBA star Enes Kanter, accusing him of being a member of a “terror group,” a pro-government newspaper reported. A judge issued the arrest warrant after an Istanbul prosecutor opened an investigation into Kanter’s alleged “membership of an armed terrorist organization,” Sabah daily reported. Kanter, 25, a… Read More

Report: Kushner Had Three Undisclosed Contacts With Russian Envoy

U.S. President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and close adviser, Jared Kushner, had at least three previously undisclosed contacts with the Russian ambassador to the United States during and after the 2016 presidential campaign, seven current and former U.S. officials told Reuters. Those contacts included two phone calls between April and November last year, two of the… Read More

Russian With Ties to Paul Manafort Wants Immunity for Testimony

A Russian oligarch once close to Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager, has offered to testify to congressional panels investigating Russian meddling in the 2016 election, but lawmakers are rejecting his conditions, The New York Times reported on Friday, citing congressional officials. The offer by aluminum magnate Oleg Deripaska comes amid growing attention… Read More

Gen. Jack Keane: NATO Leaders Not Taking Terrorist Threat 'Seriously'

The leaders of NATO are not taking the threat of radical Islamic extremism seriously and they lack the courage to address the dangers posed by terrorism, Gen. Jack Keane told Fox News on Friday. “NATO and their leaders are not serious. They’re not taking this threat seriously, and there are other leaders in the world… Read More

Jared Martin, Who Played Dusty Farlow on 'Dallas,' Dies

Jared Martin, who became a fan favorite with his portrayal of the charming cowboy Dusty Farlow on the 1980s soap opera “Dallas,” has died. He was 75. Martin died Wednesday at his Philadelphia home after battling pancreatic cancer for over a year, said his wife, Yu Wei. On “Dallas,” Martin played a rancher who was… Read More

Zbigniew Brzezinski, Jimmy Carter's National Security Adviser, Dies at 89

Zbigniew Brzezinski, who was national security adviser to President Jimmy Carter during the Iran hostage crisis and the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in the late 1970s, died on Friday. He was 89. His death was announced on Twitter by his daughter, Mika Brzezinski, co-host of “Morning Joe” on MSNBC. She called him “the most inspiring,… Read More

Trump Won’t Accept Obama’s Emboldening Of Radical Islamists

Politics Security World Trump Won’t Accept Obama’s Emboldening Of Radical Islamists FOLLOW US! President Trump has made it clear: Iran cannot have nuclear weapons, and Islamic extremists must be destroyed. This is a major shift from President Obama’s policy. This past week in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, the world saw the Arab world applaud this courageous… Read More

Bipartisan Bill Would Force Congressmen To Receive Ethics Training

Politics Bipartisan Bill Would Force Congressmen To Receive Ethics Training FOLLOW US! A bipartisan bill was introduced in the House Thursday that would require members of Congress to receive ethics training annually. While the Senate is required to undergo the training annually, the House does not hold the same standards. The Ensuring Trust and Honorability In… Read More

Martin Shkreli Drops $100K Bounty For Info On Seth Rich’s Murderer

Business Politics Martin Shkreli Drops $100K Bounty For Info On Seth Rich’s Murderer FOLLOW US! American businessman and investor Martin Shkreli is putting up $100,000 for information leading to the arrest of the person responsible for the murder of Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich. Shkreli, former chief executive officer of Turing Pharmaceuticals and KaloBios… Read More

LA Times Columnist Uses Same Debunked Stat To Slam GOP Health Care Bill

Politics LA Times Columnist Uses Same Debunked Stat To Slam GOP Health Care Bill FOLLOW US! A column published Friday in the Los Angeles Times accuses the Republican health care bill of having “no problem throwing you off of a building,” but the assessment is based on the problematic Congressional Budget Office report. The columnist, David Lazarus,… Read More

Hillary Clinton: ‘It Was Hard’ Not To Lose Control During Inauguration

Politics Hillary Clinton: ‘It Was Hard’ Not To Lose Control During Inauguration FOLLOW US! Hillary Clinton had a tough time attending Donald Trumps Inauguration. When asked about the Inauguration in an interview, Clinton recalls how hard it was for her. “She was still in the ritualistic-process mode when she attended Trump’s inauguration. People close to… Read More

This Bill Would Allow People To Buy Citizenship For $1 Million

Politics World This Bill Would Allow People To Buy Citizenship For $1 Million FOLLOW US! GOP Rep. Dana Rohrabacher of California introduced a bill Thursday that would allow immigrants to buy a visa for $1 million dollars. The bill, co-sponsored by GOP Rep. John Carter of Texas, would amend the Immigration and Nationality Act by abolishing the… Read More

Hillary Clinton Has A New Excuse For Why She Lost

Politics Hillary Clinton Has A New Excuse For Why She Lost FOLLOW US! Hillary Clinton’s list of excuses for why she lost the election keeps getting longer. The former secretary of state has offered up a litany of scapegoats not named Hillary Clinton for her loss. She has already blamed her loss on “misogyny,” former… Read More

News Agency Suspended for Seth Rich Bombshell

Deactivates account over story about Donna Brazile’s involvement (WND) – Twitter, whose founder has expressed regret that his organization’s advocacy for free speech may have contributed to Donald Trump’s election as president, on Wednesday suspended for 12 hours’s account for a headline tweet on Donna Brazile’s involvement in the scandal developing over the death… Read More

Liberals Launch Their Latest War On Free Speech

Politics Liberals Launch Their Latest War On Free Speech FOLLOW US! Whether it’s tagging legitimate news stories they disagree with as “fake news” or launching increasingly-violent protests to shut down opposing viewpoints, it’s clear: the left is gearing up their war on free speech. Like most wars premised on indoctrination, young adults are the ones… Read More

Businesses Claim That Without H-2B Visa Expansion, Lawns Will Be Left Unmowed

Business Politics Businesses Claim That Without H-2B Visa Expansion, Lawns Will Be Left Unmowed FOLLOW US! Landscaping businesses who heavily depend on foreign labor are begging the government to expand the number of visas available for workers, as lawns are apparently going unmowed. In a call Thursday with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, these businesses said… Read More

FBI Rejects Chaffetz’s Request For Comey Documents

Politics Security FBI Rejects Chaffetz’s Request For Comey Documents FOLLOW US! The FBI refused to send the House Oversight Committee documents associated with conversations fired FBI Director James Comey had with President Donald Trump. The bureau referenced the Justice Department’s appointment of Special Counsel Robert Mueller for why it is withholding the requested material. “In… Read More

Manchester Police Frantically Searching For Possible Second Bomb

Security World Manchester Police Frantically Searching For Possible Second Bomb FOLLOW US! Manchester police are frantically looking for a second possible bomb left by Salman Abedi after finding a bomb-making workshop at Abedi’s home. After investigators examined Abedi’s home and found the bomb-making workshop Thursday, as of Friday, they believe that Abedi may have made a… Read More

Trump Says Gunmen Who Ambushed Bus Carrying Coptic Christians Are ‘Terrorists’

Politics Security World Trump Says Gunmen Who Ambushed Bus Carrying Coptic Christians Are ‘Terrorists’ FOLLOW US! Donald Trump condemned the “terrorists” who opened fire on a Egyptian bus carrying Coptic Christians, killing at least 28 people and injuring dozens more. “Terrorists are engaged in a war against civilization, and it is up to all who… Read More

Investigator: Cops Hid Evidence, Halted Seth Rich Probe

‘It’s time to shine the light on what they’re doing’ (WND) – The head of a private investigative team in Washington, D.C., trying to solve the murder of Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich insists that officials with the Metropolitan Police Department – in collusion with the mayor – are withholding key evidence from the… Read More

HERE’S THE COMPLETE AND UPDATED LIST: Deep State ‘Leaks’ to Far Left MSM Outlets – With Analysis

Guest post by Joe Hoft Here is updated analysis of the most recent so called ‘leaks’ being reported and repeated by the liberal mainstream media (MSM) involving President Trump.  The probability that a portion of these ‘leaks’ are completely inaccurate remains very high. The leaks are all being reported by biased liberal media outlets that were adamantly opposed to the… Read More

Kaine's Son, 7 Others, Charged in Protest of Pro-Trump Event

U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine’s youngest son was among eight people charged for allegedly disrupting a March rally in support of President Donald Trump. Linwood “Woody” Kaine, of Minneapolis, was charged Friday with one gross misdemeanor count of obstructing the legal process and misdemeanor counts of fleeing on foot and concealing his identity in public. Seven… Read More

Merkel Pushes Back Against Renewed Trump Criticism of Surplus

Chancellor Angela Merkel pushed back on Friday against renewed criticism of Germany’s trade surplus from U.S. President Donald Trump, who told EU officials Germany was “very bad” on trade and suggested it was selling too many cars in the United States. Merkel told reporters she had explained to Trump during a G7 summit in Sicily… Read More

White House Aide: It's Boehner Who Is the 'Disaster'

A back-and-forth verbal skirmish has ensued following a comment on Wednesday by former Speaker of the House John Boehner, R-Ohio, who said President Donald Trump had been a “complete disaster,” aside from his foreign policy accomplishments. “Everything else he’s done has been a complete disaster,” Boehner said, according to The Washington Post on Friday. “He’s… Read More

Rep. Ted Lieu Bashes Trump's 'Inappropriate' Ramadan Message

President Donald Trump’s message Friday to mark the Muslim holy month of Ramadan was “inappropriate” because of his references to terrorism, Rep. Ted Lieu said Friday. “The message was inappropriate,” the California Democrat told Wolf Blitzer on CNN. “When you devote an entire paragraph to terrorist attacks, you are imputing to the 99.9 percent of… Read More

Texas House Rejects Attempts to Strengthen 'Bathroom Bill'

Texas’ Republican House speaker said Friday night he’s refusing state Senate demands to expand and strengthen a “bathroom bill” targeting transgender people, jeopardizing one of the most hotly debated pieces of legislation in the country’s second-largest state. Speaker Joe Straus said it was “absurd” how much time lawmakers have spent prioritizing efforts to pass a… Read More

G7 Leaders Pressure Tech Firms on Removing Terror Propaganda

Leaders of the Group of Seven wealthy democracies on Friday put pressure on internet companies and social media sites to do more to stop the spread of “hateful ideology,” appealing to their sense of social responsibility to more swiftly identify and remove terror propaganda. The measure signed by the seven nations’ leaders was a show… Read More

White House Agrees to Detail Ethics Waivers

The White House will comply with a request from the U.S. government’s ethics agency to provide information on which former lobbyists are working in the administration, an administration official said on Friday. Mick Mulvaney, director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), said in a letter that the administration was not seeking to impede… Read More

DNC: Trump Must Fire Kushner 'Immediately'

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) said President Donald Trump must “immediately” fire his son-in-law from his position as a senior White House adviser following reports he attempted to secure a private communications channel between Russia and the president’s transition team, The Hill reported Friday. “Trump has no choice but to immediately fire Kushner, whose failure… Read More

Alan Dershowitz on WashPost Kushner Report: Not Criminal Conduct

Harvard Law School professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz Friday described reports that Jared Kushner discussed a secret communications network with Russia as “another example of a political bombshell that doesn’t rise to the level of criminal conduct.” He said that special prosecutor Robert Mueller, who is conducting the FBI’s Moscow probe, “is supposed to be investigating… Read More

22 Candidates Vying for US Rep. Chaffetz's Seat

Nearly two dozen candidates are competing for the Utah congressional seat that U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz will soon vacate. State lawmakers and a mayor are among those expected to lead the packed field that met Friday’s filing deadline for most candidates. Fifteen Republicans, four Democrats, one Libertarian and two independents are running. Republican state Sen.… Read More

Russian Bankers Sue BuzzFeed Over Unverified Trump Dossier

The owners of a Russian bank filed a lawsuit against the online publication BuzzFeed on Friday for publishing an uncorroborated dossier that alleged they were part of a Russian scheme to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Mikhail Fridman, Petr Aven and German Khan of Alfa Bank are seeking unspecified damages from BuzzFeed, editor-in-chief Ben… Read More

Foreign Policy Fixture Zbigniew Brzezinski Dies At 89

MSNBC’s Morning Joe co-host, Mika Brzezinski, announced on Friday via Instagram that her father, Zbigniew Brzezinski has passed away. My father passed away peacefully tonight. He was known to his friends as Zbig, to his grandchildren as Chief and to his wife as the enduring love of her life. I just knew [sic] his as… Read More

Tillerson declines to host Ramadan event at State Dept. (for now)

Reuters reports that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has declined a request to host an event to mark Ramadan. Reuters cites two U.S. officials. The State Department has been hosting such dinners for two decades. The practice began in 1998 under Madeleine Albright. Tillerson issued a statement on Friday to mark the start of Ramadan.… Read More

From the Sacred to the Profane: More Music for My Desert Island

In truth, much of my favourite music is not sacred but profane, insofar as it is not overtly religious or in the least liturgical; and yet these profane favourites are certainly sublime, reflecting the goodness, truth and beauty of Creation, the harmony of the cosmos and the music of the spheres… Several months ago I… Read More

Letters from Grub Street

George Gissing found himself more intensely conservative than the Tory politicians of his time, a lover of old ways and old towns, a champion of the countryside, a man who distrusted innovation and spoke for the permanent things… The Collected Letters of George Gissing, Volume Three, 1886-1888, edited by Paul Mattheisen, Arthur C. Young, and Pierre… Read More

WHISTLEBLOWER: Obama Knowingly Opened Door to MS-13 Gang

16 members released into communities after coming to U.S. as teens in 2014 (WND) – The Obama administration knowingly sent at least 16 deadly MS-13 gang members into community homes across the country, when it was dealing with an influx of illegal alien juveniles who found their way into the U.S., according to a report.… Read More

Fox News Pushes Sanctions Against Ex-Host

Allegations ‘like the plot of a television drama’ (WND) – The sexual-harassment lawsuit filed last year by former Fox News personality Andrea Tantaros against the network’s executives has morphed into a lawsuit about the lawsuit, with Fox News now filing its own counterclaim. Tantaros, former host of “The Five” and co-host of “Outnumbered,” filed suit… Read More

More Details: Kushner-Kremlin Report Raises Many Concerns

So how serious is what Jared Kushner did, by attempting to secure a private line of communications with the Kremlin? A story from Business Insider has more details. To recap:  During the presidential transition period leading up to Trump’s inauguration, Kushner held a series of meetings with the Russian ambassador to the US, Sergey Kislyak,… Read More

Crusading Law Firm Believes German Auto Supplier Behind VW-Like Scandals

Attorneys representing owners in lawsuits accusing Volkswagen and automakers of duping regulators believe a German auto supplier is largely responsible for the years-long fuel emission scandal. Robert Bosch is the common thread linking together the emission scandals plaguing Volkswagen, Fiat Chrysler, and General Motors, according to a Hagens Berman Sobol, the law firm that has represented… Read More

Report: Kushner Tried To Set Up Secret Communications Channel With Kremlin

Jared Kushner proposed setting up a secret, secure communications channel between the Kremlin and the Trump transition team, according to The Washington Post. Kushner, the president’s son-in-law and a senior adviser, floated the idea during a meeting with Russian Ambassador to the U.S. Sergey Kislyak at Trump Tower in early December, The Post reports, citing U.S.… Read More

Senators Continue Bipartisan Push To Roll Back Hardline Cuban Policies

A bipartisan group of senators introduced two pieces of legislation Thursday that would allow Americans to travel to Cuba and do business in the island nation. The legislation to allow Americans to travel freely to Cuba is supported by 55 bipartisan senators. The legislation was introduced by Republican Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake and Democratic Vermont… Read More

NBC Reporter: This White House Leaks Like No Other

An NBC national security reporter said Friday night that there are is a pattern of “incredible and unusual leaks in this administration” that he’s never seen before. Ken Dilanian made the comments when discussing The Washington Post article that cites U.S. officials referring to intercepts of the Russian ambassador saying that Trump son-in-law and senior… Read More

British Government Funded Manchester Bomber

Can a Western welfare state defend itself against Islamic terrorism? Perhaps, but it will require fundamental changes. The Telegraph reports that last week’s terrorist attack in Manchester was funded by the British government: The Manchester suicide bomber used taxpayer-funded student loans and benefits to bankroll the terror plot, police believe. Salman Abedi is understood to… Read More

Hillary Clinton Has A New Excuse For Why She Lost

Hillary Clinton’s list of excuses for why she lost the election keeps getting longer. The former secretary of state has offered up a litany of scapegoats not named Hillary Clinton for her loss. She has already blamed her loss on “misogyny,” former FBI Director James Comey and WikiLeaks. Her aides have blamed “white supremacy” and the media.… Read More

MSNBC analyst says Jared Kushner could be guilty of espionage

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White House Boasts Of Nearly 30,000 Criminal Aliens Arrested Since Trump Took Office

The Trump administration boasted Friday of the nearly 30,000 convicted criminal aliens Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has detained since Donald Trump became president. The news comes as a turnaround from one year ago when it was reported that ICE released nearly 20,000 criminal illegal aliens under the Obama administration. Upon entering office, Trump signed executive… Read More

Stable Gasoline Prices Expected to Boost Memorial Day Road Trips

Stable gasoline prices are expected to fuel a slight increase in long trips this Memorial Day weekend. The AAA auto club predicts that 39 million Americans will make a trip of at least 50 miles this weekend, up 2.7 percent from the same holiday last year. The nationwide average price for a gallon of regular… Read More

Hillary: Trump Fired Comey to 'Derail and Bury' Russia Probe

Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said Friday that President Donald Trump’s firing of FBI Director James Comey was “an effort to derail and bury” the agency’s probe into possible ties between the Republican’s campaign and Moscow. “I am less surprised than I am worried,” Clinton told New York magazine in an interview published on… Read More

Chipotle: Hackers Stole Payment Card Info in Data Breach

Hackers used malware to steal customer payment data from most of Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc.’s restaurants over a span of three weeks, the company said on Friday, adding to woes at the chain that has just started recovering from a string of food safety lapses in 2015. Chipotle said it did not know how many… Read More

Kushner, Bannon Part of Trump's 'War Room' to Repel Attacks Over Russia Probe

U.S. President Donald Trump’s White House is preparing to establish a ‘war room’ to combat mounting questions about ties between Russia and his presidential campaign, administration officials and persons close to Trump said, addressing a scandal that has threatened to consume his young presidency. Upon Trump’s return from a nine-day overseas trip, the administration will… Read More

Report: Tillerson Declines to Host Ramadan Event at State Dept.

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has declined a request to host an event to mark Islam’s holy month of Ramadan, two U.S. officials said, apparently breaking with a bipartisan tradition in place with few exceptions for nearly 20 years. Since 1999, Republican and Democratic secretaries of state have nearly always hosted either an iftar… Read More

Federal Judge Tosses Out Life Sentences for DC Sniper Malvo

A federal judge on Friday tossed out two life sentences for one of Virginia’s most notorious criminals, sniper Lee Boyd Malvo, and ordered Virginia courts to hold new sentencing hearings. In his ruling, U.S. District Judge Raymond Jackson in Norfolk said Malvo is entitled to new sentencing hearings after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that… Read More

WSJ: Trump Considering Major Staff Shakeup to Deal With Russia Crisis

President Donald Trump is considering making some major changes to his White House team as the Russia story continues to dominate the news and poses a threat to his presidency, according to a new report. The Wall Street Journal reports that Trump has spent much of his free time on his current overseas trip strategizing… Read More

Movie Theater Doubles Down on Women-Only 'Wonder Woman' Showings

The plan by the Alamo Drafthouse movie theater chain to offer women-only screenings of the upcoming film “Wonder Woman” has received a backlash of criticism, claiming the move is sexist, The Hill reported Friday. “Sexist pigs. I used to love your spot. Did Trump take over your company? Was the passing of the bathroom bill… Read More

Rep. Ted Lieu: Kushner in 'Compromising Position' With Russia Probe

Democratic Rep. Ted Lieu Friday reiterated his party’s call for the Trump administration to suspend the security clearance of senior adviser Jared Kushner now that his Russian ties are under FBI scrutiny. “He is now in a compromising position,” the second-term Californian told Wolf Blitzer on CNN. “He needs to have his security clearance suspended.… Read More

WashPost: Kushner, Russia Discussed Secret Communication Channel

Jared Kushner and Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak last year discussed creating a possible secret communications system between Donald Trump’s transition team and Moscow that could not be monitored, according to news reports quoting U.S. officials briefed on intelligence data. Kushner, President Donald Trump’s son-in-law who is now a senior White House adviser, proffered the idea during… Read More

WashPost: Senate Intel Committee Requests All Trump Campaign Communications

The Senate Intelligence Committee has stepped up its investigative efforts of the Trump campaign by asking for all of its communications records. The Washington Post reports that Trump’s campaign committee received a letter from the committee last week and was asked to comply with it. The committee wants to see all documents, emails, and phone… Read More

Montana Race Shows Libertarians Can’t Be Ignored

Libertarian Mark Wicks won 6 percent of the vote in Montana’s special election for the state’s only U.S. House seat on May 25, demonstrating, once again, that America’s third largest political party is routinely in play in key elections. Wicks’ vote fell shy of beating Republican Greg Gianforte’s seven-point lead over Democrat Rob Quist. But… Read More

Copts massacred by gunmen in Egypt; at least 24 dead; Update: 28 dead

posted at 8:41 am on May 26, 2017 by Ed Morrissey Egypt’s Coptic community continues to come under fire from terrorists — this time literally. A group of men dressed in military uniforms opened fire on a bus taking Coptic Christians to a religious site in a bloody massacre that killed at least 24 people,… Read More

Nightmare: MI5 Reveal ‘Up To 23,000 Jihadis Living In Britain’

Fraser Moore | Express UK UP TO 23,000 potential jihadis are reportedly living in Britain as police investigate the sprawling terror network linked to Manchester bomber Salman Abedi. Security services revealed the figure as they said up to 3,000 would-be terrorists are being investigated as “subjects of interest”. The announcement, unusual for security agencies such as MI5… Read More

Arrests Expected After Snapchat Shows Alligator Forced To Drink Beer

22 mins ago WYFF Photos of an alligator being forced to drink beer showed up on social media, leading to an investigation and pending arrests, the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources said. The photos originally appeared on SnapChat, SCDNR Public Information Directorpublic information director Kyndel McConchie said. Once shared on Snapchat, people saved the… Read More

Volvo Launches Automated Garbage Trucks In Sweden

Harry Petitt | Daily Mail UK Autonomous rubbish trucks could soon be putting binmen out of a job. Volvo has made a robot truck that makes picking up rubbish safer, swifter and more efficient – but it also cuts the manpower needed for the job. Sensors on the truck guide it around cluttered areas as… Read More

Establishment Censoring Commentary on Manchester Bombing

Thought police blocking public debate over terrorism’s root causes (Infowars) – Commentary in the wake of Monday’s bombing jihad in Manchester is being carefully patrolled, and politically incorrect ‘voices of dissent’ are being crushed as the UK thought police seek to disguise the root causes of successive terrorist attacks on UK soil. Prominent journalist and… Read More

Drone Found in Arms Bust… Spells New Options for Terrorists

Advertisement – story continues below A seemingly petty dispute over littering outside a federal housing project turned into a frightening discovery earlier this month in Minneapolis. According to WCCO, the CBS station in Minneapolis, a man confronted two men for littering outside their car near the project on the north side of the city. In… Read More

Taiwan Practicing to Ward Off Chinese “D-Day”

Advertisement – story continues below In a sign of the growing tensions between China and the American ally Taiwan, the island nation is conducting annual military drills that included fending off a simulated Chinese assault on its territory, according to Defense News. This is due to a perceived threat from across the Taiwan Strait, because… Read More

Trump-Supporting Lena Epstein Raises $100k In 24 Hours For Senate Run

Advertisement – story continues below It appears the Republican Party has a rising star on its hands. According to The Daily Caller, Michigan businesswoman Lena Epstein raised an impressive $100,000 in just one day after announcing her bid for the Senate in 2018. Epstein, 35, was a co-chairwoman for Donald Trump in her native state… Read More

Watch: BBC Anchor Says British Residents Have to Live With Terrorist Attacks

Advertisement – story continues below If British broadcasters talked like this in the ’40s, they’d be speaking German today. English journalist and BBC anchor Katty Kay took to MSNBC this week to make the self-defeating claim that Europeans will “have to” get used to terror attacks after last week’s suicide bombing outside an Ariana Grande… Read More

CNN Host Coins Term “Fireworky” to Describe Trump Controversy

Advertisement – story continues below It looks like CNN is attempting to sell its listeners on a new buzzword for the atmosphere in Congress these days — and if it doesn’t make your eyes roll, I don’t know what will. On CNN last week, correspondent Phil Mattingly related a phrase that he supposedly heard from… Read More

What Venezuela’s Medical Crisis Tells Us About Socialism

The Lancet is a renowned medical journal headquartered in England. The current issue includes an article on Venezuela, titled “Data reveal state of Venezuelan health system”. The data in question come from the Venezuelan government, after two years in which it released no reports. No doubt the picture the government paints is, if anything, optimistic.… Read More

Perhaps James Comey Was Not Duped By A Fake Russian Document

On May 24th, The Washington Post reported on how James Comey supposedly relied on a false document made up by the Russians to bypass protocol, going around the Justice Department to make his announcement about Hillary Clinton. I must confess that I smiled at people who breathlessly tweeted the article, exclaiming, “Haha! James Comey got duped!”… Read More

Conservative Comedian Mocks Hillary’s Wellesley Commencement Address [VIDEO]

Watch Political Comedian Tim Young tear Hillary Clinton’s Wellesley commencement address to shreds and discuss Barack Obama’s trip to Europe on today’s ‘No Things Considered’ No Things Considered airs live every weeknight at 7:30pm on the Daily Caller’s Facebook Page . Follow [email protected] Content created by The Daily Caller News Foundation is available without charge to any eligible news… Read More

Pelosi Upset That Trump Didn’t Visit Countries Alphabetically [VIDEO]

House Minority leader Nancy Pelosi fielded questions Thursday about President Donald Trump’s visit to the Middle East, and if it was successful. She started off by recalling her own trips abroad. “I was in uh, like four countries five countries, whatever … if anyone said anything to me…they would bring up president Trump, and I would… Read More

Video shows Muslim ‘youth’ beating Dutch girl

It’s horrible. It’s also a metaphor for the hijrah (immigration jihad) and the West. In the wake of Muslim immigration of the West, it is the young girls who have been sacrificed. A nation has no future without its young girls and young women. It is the girls who on the front lines of the… Read More

This charming man on an open thread

[embedded content] This charming man, indeed. Morrissey and The Smiths were the soundtrack of my heady twenties. It had slipped my mind until I saw this Facebook post by Morrissey in the wake of the jihad bombing of the Ariana Grande concert. This is one of those rare moments when a beloved musician happily surprises… Read More

Gianforte: “I’m sorry, Mr. Ben Jacobs”

posted at 9:21 am on May 26, 2017 by Ed Morrissey After thumping Rob Quist in Montana’s special election last night, the newly elected Congressman turned to a more literal beating. “When you make a mistake,” Greg Gianforte said last night during his victory speech, “you have to own up to it.” Gianforte then apologized to… Read More

REPORT: Kushner Sought Secret Communications Channel With The Kremlin

Greg Miller | Washington Post Jared Kushner and Russia’s ambassador to Washington discussed the possibility of setting up a secret and secure communications channel between Donald Trump’s transition team and the Kremlin, using Russian diplomatic facilities in an apparent move to shield their pre-inauguration discussions from monitoring, according to U.S. officials briefed on intelligence reports. Ambassador Sergei… Read More

Drone Found in Arms Bust… Spells New Options for Terrorists

Advertisement – story continues below A seemingly petty dispute over littering outside a federal housing project turned into a frightening discovery earlier this month in Minneapolis. According to WCCO, the CBS station in Minneapolis, a man confronted two men for littering outside their car near the project on the north side of the city. In… Read More

RNC Head McDaniel: Clinton's Speech Shows 'Why She Lost'

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s speech on Friday at Wellesley College served as a reminder of “why she lost” her bid for president in 2016, said Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel, The Hill reported. Clinton used her speech to the graduating class at her alma mater to criticize President Donald Trump, though… Read More

Taylor: Montana Voters' Choice on Gianforte Should Be 'Honored'

America should “honor” the decision of Montana voters who elected Republican Greg Gianforte to Congress on Thursday despite his “unacceptable” alleged body-slamming of a reporter this week, Rep. Scott Taylor said Friday. “Montanans spoke very clearly who they want to represent them in Washington,” the first-term GOP congressman told “New Day” on CNN. “So, we… Read More

House Leaders Investigating Meeting That Was Leaked to Media

Republican leaders in the House are investigating how one of their meetings was secretly recorded last year and leaked to the media — which included an infamous claim by House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy about President Donald Trump. The Hill reports that the focus is on former CIA officer Evan McMullin, who was present at the… Read More

House Hispanic Caucus Invites Sessions to Discuss Concerns

The Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC) sent a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions inviting him to meet to discuss concerns their group has in changes to immigration policies and the “the administration of fair and impartial justice for all,” The Hill reported Friday. HCH members explained in the letter, “In recent months, the Department of… Read More

DC Sniper Gets Life Sentence Overturned

A federal judge has overturned two life sentences for Lee Boyd Malvo, the man who terrorized Washington DC in 2002 with a series of sniper-style shootings. The U.S. Supreme Court asserted that Malvo is entitled to new sentencing hearings, ruling that mandatory life sentences for juveniles are unconstitutional. Malvo was 17 when he was arrested in… Read More

Boehner Says Trump Is A ‘Disaster’

Former House Speaker John Boehner said he thinks the vast majority of Donald Trump’s presidency has been a “complete disaster” during a recent energy conference in Houston, Texas. Boehner, who resigned from his Ohio House seat in October 2015, applauded Trump’s approach to foreign policy — praising his decision to take a strong stand against the… Read More

This Bill Would Allow People To Buy Citizenship For $1 Million

GOP Rep. Dana Rohrabacher of California introduced a bill Thursday that would allow immigrants to buy a visa for $1 million dollars. The bill, co-sponsored by GOP Rep. John Carter of Texas, would amend the Immigration and Nationality Act by abolishing the diversity visa program and replacing it with the hefty fee. The proceeds would then be… Read More

Hillary Gets Roasted After Telling Wellesley Grads ‘I Couldn’t Think of Any Place I’d Rather Be This Year Than Right Here’ (VIDEO)

Former Democratic candidate for president Hillary Clinton coughed her way through the commencement speech at her alma mater Wellesley College on Friday. As expected, Hillary Clinton told one whopper after another during her commencement speech. At one point she even claimed that Richard Nixon was impeached for obstruction of justice. For the record… Nixon was… Read More

Fear and loathing in Montana

posted at 8:01 am on May 26, 2017 by Jazz Shaw That race in Montana was over quickly enough that most of you probably caught wind of it before going to bed last night, even if you weren’t following Allahpundit’s coverage of it. But the other thing which was “over” before the tears of Rob… Read More

C’mon, why didn’t Trump let Spicer meet the Pope?

posted at 6:41 pm on May 26, 2017 by Allahpundit A few days old and not a big deal, but still bothersome. The guy’s a devout Catholic. Top Catholic staffers in previous administrations routinely were included in the delegation during trips to the Vatican. The White House’s only excuse in excluding Spicer was that this… Read More

Katy Perry Thinks We Should “Co-exist” With Terrorists

Advertisement – story continues below We can officially add singer Katy Perry to the long list of Hollywood elites who think they know better than the rest of us. In response to the terrorist attack in Manchester, England, the outspoken Hillary Clinton fan showed just how out of touch she is when she suggested that… Read More

LA Times Literally Runs Guide on How to Curse Trump With Witchcraft

Advertisement – story continues below Liberal hysteria may have just reached a new peak. It’s no secret that the left simply cannot stand Donald Trump, but a formerly respected newspaper has now published something that takes hatred to a new level: A guide to cast a Satanic spell on the president of the United States.… Read More

Huff Post: Late Night TV Might Be ‘Deepening Divides’

The Trump administration has given late night TV new life. But for all their digs at the president, Stephen Colbert and his ilk aren’t doing much better than POTUS at bringing the country together. In an article for Huffington Post, Entertainment Editor Sara Boboltz highlighted what we’re all feeling – “America has never been more… Read More

House GOP Open Internal Review Over Leaked Audio of Private Meeting

Republican leadership in the House have launched an internal review to find out who recorded audio of a private meeting between four GOP leaders — Speaker Paul Ryan (Wisc.), Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (Calif.), Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (Wash.), and Majority Whip Steve Scalise (La.) — and a handful of top aides. The recording… Read More

May’s Election Gamble Seems to Be Backfiring

Theresa May’s election gamble does not seem to be paying off: Theresa May risks being ousted from Downing Street after a shock new poll suggests Labour could be on course to cut her majority down to just two seats. The YouGov poll for the Times found that the Conservatives are on 43%, just five points… Read More

Bill To Make It Easier For Troops To Vote Gets Bipartisan Support

Republicans and Democrats joined together Friday to propose legislation that allows for active members of the military to vote at their present duty station in the community they live and serve as opposed to their “home of record.” Introduced by California Republican Rep. Darrell Issa and Minnesota Democratic Rep. Collin Peterson, the bill would amend… Read More

Unsung Hero: The Mk 248 MOD 1

By Aaron Carter, American Rifleman Top photo: U.S. Army Cpl. Kevin Dehaven uses his .300 Win. Mag. U.S. M2010 rifle’s scope to scan the valley while providing security on Observation Post Mangol in the Nari district of Afghanistan’s Kunar province, Feb. 8, 2012. The Mk 248 MOD 1 cartridge is changing the nature of sniping. “One… Read More

USAA To Stop Running Ads On Rachel Maddow’s Show

After facing a backlash for pulling advertisements from Fox News’ host Sean Hannity’s show, USAA will no longer run ads on liberal MSNBC host Rachel Maddow’s show. The insurance company originally claimed that it would no longer run ads on “Hannity” because of a company policy against airing ads on “opinion shows.” The Media Research Center then revealed that the company… Read More

Charlie Daniels Slings Outlaw-Style Insult Right at Chuck Schumer

Advertisement – story continues below Legendary country music artist Charlie Daniels penned an open letter to anti- Donald Trump obstructionist Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer on Wednesday and his straightforward, no-nonsense critique is likely what many of us have only dreamed we could say to ol’ Chuck. “Sen. Schumer, I don’t live in your constituency, but… Read More

CNN Host Didn’t Like This GOP Lawmaker Hinting About Seth Rich Being a Leaker

Advertisement – story continues below As attention was recently redrawn to the unsolved killing of a Democrat National Committee analyst named Seth Rich in July 2016, whom some believe could be connected to WikiLeaks publishing DNC emails, the media went into overdrive to shut down all talk of the story, labeling it a baseless conspiracy theory unworthy of… Read More

De Blasio Staffer, Rising Democrat, Caught With Child Porn

Jacob Schwartz was a prominent young Democrat and a staffer for New York City mayor Bill de Blasio. That is until he got caught with an alleged truckload of kiddie porn this week. Schwartz’s collection included 89 videos and over 3,000 images of girls between the ages of 6 months and 16 years, often performing sexual acts… Read More

NOLA Mayor: Confederate Monuments ‘Signs Of Oppression’ [VIDEO]

New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu defended his removal of Confederate monuments, telling NBC News’ Chuck Todd that the statues were “signs of oppression for 67 percent of my city.” New Orleans has removed four Confederate monuments in the city, some under the cover of night to try and prevent angry protests. (RELATED: New Orleans Uproots Third Confederate Statue… Read More