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California boy places thousands of flags on veterans’ headstones

A 12-year-old boy in California was disheartened when he visited his grandfather’s grave on Veterans Day two years ago. The graveyard was devoid of flags or flowers on any of the veterans’ headstones. So, Preston Sharp of Redding, Calif., decided to take action. He set a goal for all of the veterans’ headstones at McDonald’s

Judge Napolitano: ‘Three Intel Sources’ Say Obama Looked to Brit Agency to Spy on Trump

Fox News Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano claimed “three intelligence sources” say President Obama looked to British spy agency GCHQ to obtain transcripts of conversations involving President Donald Trump. Napolitano said, “[T]hree intelligence sources have informed Fox News that President Obama went outside the chain of command. He didn’t use the NSA. He didn’t use

Dinesh D’Souza claims case file reveals his prosecution was ‘political’

Conservative filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza claimed Monday that a newly released case file on his 2014 prosecution for violating campaign finance laws shows he was targeted under the Obama administration for “political” reasons. D’Souza, in an interview on “Fox & Friends,” said that former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara’s office and the Obama administration had been blocking

Breitbart News May Boot Milo Yiannopoulos Over Sex Comments

Milo Yiannopoulos, the provocative conservative journalist who is often portrayed as a champion of the far right, is facing possible dismissal from his employer, Breitbart News, over comments he once made about underage sex, FOX Business has learned. His possible dismissal could could come by the end of the day, sources from the conservative website told

NBA Weighs in on Texas ‘Bathroom Bill’ Amid NFL, Governor Clash

As Texas lawmakers mull a controversial transgender “bathroom bill” similar to North Carolina’s law that outraged top sports leagues, the NBA said Thursday that making sure its fans are treated “fairly and equally” is a key factor in determining which states it chooses to host key events – including future NBA All-Star Games. Entitled “Texas Senate Bill

Sharp division along political lines on Trump’s travel ban

A majority of voters thinks President Trump’s executive order on immigration is better described as a restriction on terrorist hot spots than as a “Muslim ban.”  And more think the action makes the U.S. safer than say it makes the country less safe.   Even so, more disapprove (52 percent) than approve (46 percent) of

Trump’s Supreme Court Pick a Champion of Small Government

 Brittany De Lea, President Donald Trump announced Tuesday night that Judge Neil Gorsuch is his pick to assume the ninth seat on the U.S. Supreme Court. With a record demonstrating a strong commitment to traditional Republican values, Gorsuch was appointed to the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals by President George W. Bush. At 49 years old, Gorsuch would be

Iraqi Woman “Killed by Trump” Died Days Before Travel Ban #FakeNews

How can you tell the media is lying? When its cameras are rolling, its keys are clicking and its presses are printing. You may have seen this latest horrifying Trumptrocity earlier today when it was being broadcast for all it was worth. Green-Card Holder Dies a Day After Being Prevented From Returning Home by Trump’s

Trump Doubles Down on Promise to Give Americans a Tax Break

President Trump on Monday reiterated his promise to slash the tax rate for individuals, and for American businesses: “We are going to be cutting taxes massively for both the middle class and for companies,” he said from his chair in the Roosevelt Room at the White House. Trump’s tax plan involves collapsing the current seven-tier bracket