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Democrats Bring Words to a Gun Fight

Susan Stamper Brown, What kind of vermin mocks prayer and politicizes human tragedy after a dark-hearted creep who reportedly bought dogs online and used them for target practice walks into a church and kills 26 innocent people? Democrat Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, for one, and leftists at large. Just after the Sutherland Springs, Texas

Faith-based posters removed from Langley Air Force Base display after feminist uproar

Todd Starnes, The Air Force has removed several “faith-based” posters from a display at Langley Air Force Base to appease a group of hysterical feminists who got their pantyhose in a twist over what they called “sexist, male-supremacist language.” Before we go any further, it’s important to understand the offending passage on the poster was

NASCAR vs. Hollywood is a tale of two Americas #Daytona500

John Moody, Sunday is one of those days that lays bare the stark division in America. In the afternoon, NASCAR will present its crown jewel, the 59th running of the Daytona 500. A few hours later, the glitterati of Hollywood will assemble for the 89th presentation of the Academy Awards, the entertainment industry’s tribute to

Military branches drafting expansion plans as Trump vows to rebuild ‘depleted’ force

From the Air Force to the Army, America’s military service branches are busy preparing ambitious proposals to expand, as President Trump renews his pledge to rebuild a fighting force he says has become “depleted.”  “Our country will never have had a military like the military we’re about to build and rebuild,” Trump said at last

Trump to meet with 4 possible candidates for national security adviser

President Trump is scheduled to interview at least four candidates for the U.S. national security adviser position in Florida on Sunday. Speaking to reporters on Air Force One Saturday, Trump said he had “many, many that want the job.” Trump also hinted he had a favorite to fill the position. “I’ve been thinking about someone

Trump to Iran’s Rouhani: Better be careful

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday that Iran President Hassan Rouhani “better be careful” after Rouhani was quoted as saying that anyone who speaks to Iranians with threats would regret it. Trump was asked in a brief appearance in the press cabin aboard Air Force One about Rouhani’s reported remarks to a rally in

US probes plane that got too close to Air Force One

Authorities are investigating an incident over Florida where a private plane got within two nautical miles of Air Force One, which is closer than permitted, Bloomberg reported. The incident occurred on Feb. 3, and sources  told the news agency  that  there was no risk of collision. The planes were flying on a parallel route. President

Military brass sound alarm about ‘insidious decline’ in readiness

Andrew O’Reilly, For decades, the F/A-18 Hornet has been the Navy’s front-line combat jet – taking off from aircraft carriers around the globe to enforce no-fly zones, carry out strikes and even engage in the occasional dogfight. But the Navy’s ability to use these planes is now greatly hindered as more than 60 percent of

Trump: Military Depletion ‘Not Going to Happen Anymore’

Kathryn Blackhurst, At MacDill Air Force Base, president makes vow to ‘never, ever let’ down U.S. servicemen. President Donald Trump reaffirmed his commitment to keeping the homeland safe and pledged his administration’s “100 percent” support in rebuilding the U.S. military during an address Monday at the headquarters of United States Central Command (CENTCOM) in Tampa, Florida. During his

“Hero” Gets Bounced Around Too Often

Donna Wiesner Keene, Summers while in college, I worked 80 hours a week trying to make President’s Club in sales. On my eighteenth birthday, I did it and rode my bike home on top of the world feeling like a hero — a feeling of elation the next forty years have never matched. The word

Donald Trump had to trade-in his Android tweeting machine for a more secure device

Like President Barack Obama before him, Donald Trump will also have to give up his personal smartphone and replace it with one that the intelligence agencies deem to be secure for the office. In fact, new reports indicate that Donald Trump has already traded in his Galaxy smartphone that he used more than once for