Sharpton: I got death threats after NYPD cops were executed

It’s all about him.  The Rev. Al Sharpton claimed Sunday that he’s received death threats in the wake of execution-style murders of two NYPD officers in Brooklyn. Sharpton, appearing alongside the wife and mother of Eric Garner, played a voicemail for reporters purportedly of a racist threat made against him. “Hey n—-r, stop killing innocent […] Read More →

A Happy Christmas for the Castro Regime

Jeff Jacoby,   AFTER FIVE YEARS in a Cuban dungeon, American aid contractor Alan Gross was finally freed Wednesday, his release part of a deal to restore full diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba. But there will be no freedom for the many thousands of Cuban citizens locked in the Castros’ prisons — not […] Read More →

Disarmed Australians victimized by strict gun laws

Raquel Okyay,  Leading gun rights advocate told Guns & Patriots that the mass shooting in Sydney, Australia this week is another example of gun free zones that do not deter mass murders. “When we tell people ‘no guns’ we are telling them that we do not really give-a-rip if some dirt-bag wants to come in and start […] Read More →

Ex-CIA Interrogator Destroys Liberal “Torture” Myths With “Something I’ve Never Told Anybody”

 Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s report on the enhanced interrogation techniques used by intelligence officials in the wake of the 9/11 terror attacks left out a few important details. At least, that’s true according to Dr. James Mitchell, a former U.S. Air Force psychologist who is believed to be one of the key individuals who developed those techniques […] Read More →

Police brutality protesters rally at Mall of America

 A mass of demonstrators chanting, “Black lives matter,” converged in the Mall of America rotunda Saturday as part of a protest against police brutality that caused part of the mall to shut down on a busy day for holiday shopping. The group Black Lives Matter Minneapolis had more than 3,000 people confirm on Facebook that […] Read More →

Green Mountain State Going Red?

Arthur Schaper,  Looking over the final voter tallies, the winners and losers for state and federal offices, there remains one undecided gubernatorial contest: Vermont. Unlike other states, if a gubernatorial candidate, whether incumbent of challenger, fails to win a simple majority, the state legislature appoints the next governor out of the top three contenders. Incumbent […] Read More →

Why Kim Jong Un Can’t Take a Joke

 North Korea’s 30-something dictator Kim Jong Un’s over-the-top reaction to Sony’s satire “The Interview” is rooted in his manifest insecurity about his grip on power and his need to maintain his cult of personality. That’s more important to him than whatever counterattack the U.S. might have in store. On Friday, U.S. President Barack Obama promised as-yet-unspecific […] Read More →

NYPD Shooting Eyewitness: People ‘Clapping and Laughing’

 Mayor Bill de Blasio said this is ‘not the time for politics’ following the murder of two police officers in Brooklyn on Saturday. This as New York City’s police commissioner said the gunman who ambushed and killed two police officers had made online posts that were ‘very anti-police.’ Police Commissioner William Bratton choked up at […] Read More →