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Nearly a dozen passengers walked through unattended TSA checkpoint at JFK

Police were racing Monday to identify as many as 11 people who apparently walked through an open and unattended checkpoint at New York’s JFK Airport. The passengers walked through the Terminal 5 screening area at around 6 a.m., Port Authority Police told Fox News. They said they searched the terminal for those passengers around 8 a.m.

How Trump Won: Media Triggered by ‘Ghettos’ While Trump Talked Policy

John Hayward, In Joel Pollak and Larry Schweikart’s new book : The Inside Story of a Revolution, Joel recalls being on the scene in Toledo, Ohio when the media flipped out over Donald Trump using the word “ghetto”: Trump arrives and begins delivering his stump speech, with a few improvised flourishes. He commits a few

Hillary Clinton for NYC mayor? Probably not, but rumors persist

In the weeks since Hillary Clinton’s shock election defeat to U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, a rumor has taken hold among New York City’s political chattering class: could she challenge Mayor Bill de Blasio’s reelection bid this year? Discussion of a possible Clinton campaign intensified last week when conservative news website Newsmax reported that Democrats unhappy

SPLC Calls on Trump to Denounce ‘Racism and Bigotry’

Robert Spencer, He could start by denouncing the SPLC. The hard-Left money-making, propaganda and incitement machine known as the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) is planning to hold a press conference on Tuesday, “calling on president-elect Donald Trump to immediately and forcefully publicly denounce racism and bigotry and to call on Americans to stop all

The Most Violent Black Friday Fights of All Time

Here’s how not to act when Black Friday shopping this Thanksgiving weekend. Black Friday is the one-day shopping extravaganza frugal shoppers look forward to all year. On the Friday after Thanksgiving, stores such as Walmart and Best Buy attract dedicated shoppers who are looking to score huge deals on holiday gifts before Christmas. And over the

Donald Trump collects rare newspaper endorsements

Donald Trump collected three more newspaper endorsements on Sunday — nice pickups for a candidate feeling momentum near the finish line but also a reminder of just how rare it was for the Republican presidential nominee to earn a publication’s support in this election. The Florida Times-Union of Jacksonville, Bowling Green (Ky.) Daily News and Republican-American of Waterbury, Conn.,

Erica Garner blasts Clinton over discussions staffers had about her father’s death

Erica Garner, the daughter of police chokehold victim Eric Garner, ripped the Hillary Clinton campaign in a series of tweets Thursday after new campaign emails released by WikiLeaks showed how the Democratic nominee’s staffers discussed the death of her father. “I’m troubled by the revelation that you and this campaign actually discussed ‘using’ Eric Garner

Trump clings to facts and figures, Holt stumbles

William Whalen,  Monday’s presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump coincided with the anniversary of the famous Nixon-Kennedy debate – the first major-party debate to be shown nationwide on television. Here’s what’s striking about what transpired 56 years ago in Chicago: the stage design was low-frills; JFK looked tan and rested; a pallid Richard

Military removes Bible from clinic following retiree’s complaint

A Bible has been removed from the waiting room of Eglin Air Force Base Allergy and Immunization Clinic after a military retiree contacted the Military Religious Freedom Foundation and expressed concern. The retiree emailed the organization’s founder, Mikey Weinstein, on Tuesday. “I have been wondering about the legality of the clinic having a mandatory waiting