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DNC Chief Works Blue: Republicans ‘Don’t Give A Sh*t!’

Joseph Curl, Democrats are angry. They put all their stock into a terrible candidate in 2016 and got crushed. The party suffered massive losses at every level during Barack Obama’s time in the White House, losing 1,042 state and federal Democratic posts, including congressional and state legislative seats, governorships – and the presidency.  So it makes sense

What Is Huma Up To—And Why Should We Care?

Ed Klein, The gossip sphere was atwitter recently when Huma Abedin, the estranged wife of scandal-scarred Anthony Weiner and Hillary Clinton’s longtime confidante, met for lunch with Vogue editor Anna Wintour. The two women were spotted enjoying a private tete-a-tete at Il Cantinori, a favorite celebrity hangout in Greenwich Village. They’re good friends—Wintour held fundraisers

Nashville Public Schools Expands Free-Dinner Program for Students

Elizabeth BeShears, The Metro Nashville Public Schools district announced it is expanding its after-school program to include dinner for students at 35 locations.   The Metro Nashville Public Schools district announced it is expanding its after-school program to include dinner for students at 35 locations. The district has been participating in the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s

House Freedom Caucus eyes repeal of Michelle O school lunch rules

Victor Skinner,   WASHINGTON, D.C. – The conservative House Freedom Caucus wants Donald Trump to “rethink” restrictions imposed on food served in public schools within the first 100 days from taking office. The caucus posted a list of hundreds of regulations and rules the president-elect should consider eliminating or modifying after he’s sworn in

‘You cannot eat here’: Hawaii café riles residents with ban on Trump voters

Honolulu’s Café 8 ½ gets rave reviews on Yelp for its “Radiatore Verde” and “Italian stir fry,” among other popular dishes at the eclectic mom-and-pop restaurant – but the response to its new ‘policy’ barring pro-Trump patrons has been decidedly more mixed. A bright yellow, handmade sign posted on the restaurant’s front glass door declares:

Trump Won With the Lunch Counter Vote #TrumpWon

Arthur Schaper, One of my favorite TV sitcoms is “Frasier.” Kelsey Grammer (himself a well-respected conservative in Hollywood) played the nerve-racking Frasier Crane. This character gained compelling notoriety in “Boston”, then headlined the award-winning spin-off sitcom for eleven more years. Grammer’s well-educated shrink demonstrated erudition and flair, but still ran into the roadblocks of lives.

School bans running on playground ‘to prevent possible injuries’

Victor Skinner,   LISKEARD, England – Parents of students at Hillfort Primary School in Liskeard are fuming after headmaster Tim Cook banned kids from running on the playground to prevent possible injuries. So far,  more than 150 parents of students at the school have signed on to a petition calling for officials to reverse

Hillary, Terror and Clemency Lessons from the pardon of Puerto Rican terrorists

Lloyd Billingsley, The multiple bombs prepared by Islamic terrorist Ahmad Khan Rahimi claimed no American lives but previous bombings in New York did indeed prove deadly. One bombing, in particular, sheds light on the career of Hillary Clinton, and how she might deal with terrorists if elected president. On January 24, 1975, the Fuerzas Armadas

The Experience of a Lifetime, a 9/11 Remembrance

Bruce Bialosky,  This is a reprint of a column published about our experience from fifteen years ago on 9/11 and thereafter. It is being re-run with the hope that you will recall what your own experience was that day while contemplating the importance of our goal to win the war against the terrorists.  I knew