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This Christmas Season Was Different

Emmett Tyrrell, WASHINGTON — Around Thanksgiving time, I noticed portents of this Christmas season being different. I noticed it when people unbidden would wish me happy Thanksgiving. There seemed to be a note of exultance in their greeting. Not everyone would say “happy Thanksgiving,” but enough did that it got me to wondering. Was this

Liberals Stockpiling Guns, Ammo in Preparation For “Trump Apocalypse”

Jamie White | Infowars, Anti-Trump left joining gun clubs out of fear of Trump! The election of Donald Trump has prompted panicked liberals to stockpile guns and ammunition in anticipation of “societal collapse.” Lara Smith, national spokesperson for the Liberal Gun Club, says her organization has seen a “huge” rise in enquiries since November’s election and

Porch Pirates Crash the Holidays: Home Security

The Grinch, apparently, has transformed into the Porch Pirate. A survey last year by insurancequotes.com found that 23 million Americans have had packages stolen from their homes before they could open them. Also, the USPS received more than 96,000 complaints about stolen mail last year, according to Ring, a video doorbell company. The flow of

Help for Online Shoppers Find What and Where to buy on #CyberMonday

Cyber Monday may be in danger of losing its online sales title. The Monday after Thanksgiving is traditionally the busiest online shopping day of the year, but stores are releasing internet deals earlier, stretching them through the week, as well as making them available in stores. Shoppers looking for Discounts spurred online sales on Black

Black Lives Matter To Block White-Owned Businesses From Consumers

Amanda Prestigiacomo, Black Lives Matter activists in Chicago plan on blocking white-owned business entrances from consumers in order to push consumers to patronize businesses owned by “people of color and women.” Black Lives Matter, local churches, and the Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression plan on blocking stores parked along Michigan Avenue from consumers “to draw attention

Black Friday Terror from Cuba’s Current Rulers

Humberto Fontova, (Editors Note Fidel Castro is Dead This Piece Was Written Before His Death Read More About His Death- Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro dies at age 90 ) (Important note: this terror plot to murder thousands of American holiday shoppers was planned  by essentially the same Stalinist terror-sponsors who rule Cuba today and who receive

Black Friday Madness: Two People are Killed Outside a Macy’s and a Walmart

Two people were shot dead and two others were injured in three separate incidents in New Jersey, Nevada and Tennessee as Black Friday shopping kicked off. A man was fatally shot and his brother was wounded in a shooting outside of a Macy’s in New Jersey on Friday morning while another was shot dead in

Holiday Price War Heats Up as Wal-Mart and Target Chase Amazon.com

Wal-Mart Stores Inc., Target Corp. and other brick-and-mortar chains are counting on heavier discounts and a bigger online selection to help keep up with Amazon.com Inc. this holiday season. As Black Friday ushers in the year-end shopping rush, chains are touting larger price cuts than in 2015 — a gamble that maintaining market share is worth

Holiday Shopping #CyberMonday Still Best Bet for Retail Sales

Now that Election Tuesday is over, retailers are counting on Americans turning their attention to Black Friday. The National Retail Federation projects that about 137.4 million consumers will make purchases in stores or online over the four-day weekend that starts on Thanksgiving, marking the kickoff to the holiday shopping season. The amount Americans have spent

Tidings of comfort and joy: Why shoppers seeking comfort will be retailers’ joy

Roger Beahm,  After an exceptionally divisive election season and the ongoing fall-out, people are in search of the comfort and nostalgia that comes with the holidays, perhaps turning to some retail therapy. While the National Retail Federation estimates consumers will spend, on average, $935 shopping this holiday season (down 1.7 percent from last year), there’s

Cyber Monday Sales: The Best Deals From Macy’s, Best Buy, Staples, eBay, Toys R Us And More

Cyber Monday Tech Deals: Get The Best Prices On Smartphones, Wearables, TVs And More Whether looking for a new flat screen, computer, tablet or the latest video games to add to the collection, Cyber Monday offers a relatively stress-free way to get great deals ahead of the holiday season. With offers for hundreds of dollars