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Civil War If Trump Taken Down: Americans – not Russians – elected Trump

Kit Daniels | Infowars, Millions of Americans will revolt if the globalists remove President Trump from office or render him powerless, radio host Michael Savage warned. Americans could even “resort to mob violence” because they’ll have nothing to lose once they “are finally aware of the fact that they’ve been tricked by their society, and

Creeping Totalitarianism

Erick Erickson, Polling from YouGov this week shows 45 percent of Republicans support letting courts shut down “news media outlets for publishing or broadcasting stories that are biased or inaccurate.” Only 18 percent of Democrats favor this. Worse, only 33 percent of Republicans recognize that “fining news media outlets for publishing or broadcasting stories that

Left Condemns Anti-Sharia Protests, But Not Islamic Terrorism

Jamie White | Infowars, SJWs choose political correctness over defending oppressed women. Leftist groups and the media are swiftly demonizing Saturday’s nationwide anti-Sharia protests as “hate speech” and “bigotry.” The nationwide demonstration that took place in 28 cities, called “March Against Sharia – March for Human Rights,” is organized by ACT for America, a Virginia-based nonprofit

Thatcher in the Rye

Mike Adams, For the last fifteen years, I’ve been writing about the steady decline in respect for free speech on our college campuses. For those who think that dangerous trend is simply the fault of immature college students, I submit the case of Fresno State University Professor Greg Thatcher for your careful consideration. Before reading

Hats off to “Iron” Betsy DeVos

Helen Raleigh,  The last couple of months haven’t been very easy on Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. Liberals put a target on her back from the get go. If not for VP Mike Pence casting the deciding vote at her confirmation, she wouldn’t have become the 11th and our current Secretary of Education.   Everywhere she

A Test for the Trump Coalition

Armstrong Williams, Last week’s wispy vote in the House of Representatives and subsequent haranguing from national party Democrats on the fate of their political opponents create many inflection points for pundits and policy watchers alike. There’s no question both sides will use the vote as a watershed moment for the 2018 election cycle. And while