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Muddy Maxine Waters: What a Riot

Michelle Malkin, Are you freaking kidding me? Thirteen-term Democratic Congresswoman Maxine Waters, Beltway barnacle permanently affixed to USS Government, is now the fresh-faced “rock star” of the Democratic Party. “Auntie Maxine” is stoking the resistance, inspiring millenials, combating hate, crusading against corruption and invoking the counterinsurgent cry to “stay woke!” I do not have enough

Trump Should Expand Audits of Programs That Waste Taxpayers’ Funds

Veronique de Rugy, Let me dream for a second that the Trump Administration is serious about rolling back the expansion of government that occurred during the George W. Bush and Barack Obama years. In that case, much of this effort will require congressional action. And that, of course, means persuading enough politicians to do the

Trump Supporters Raise $650,000 to Have Black Marching Band Play at Inauguration

Paul Joseph Watson | Infowars, Rapper Snoop Dogg promised to “roast” any “jigaboo ass n***ers” who performed in DC After rapper Snoop Dogg promised to “roast” any African-Americans who performed at Donald Trump’s inauguration, “racist” Trump supporters raised $650,000 dollars to have a predominantly black marching band play at tomorrow’s event. Billy Hawkins, president of

Giving Tuesday: Why this Jewish billionaire supports Christian missionary doctors in Africa

Mark Gerson, Once, Dr. Tom Catena, a Catholic medical missionary then in Nairobi, Kenya, performed twelve C-sections in a single night.  In a few hours he saved more lives than most of us will in a lifetime–or several—and every mother that night came to him as a stranger. Tom does not operate that way alone. 

Holder: Snowden did ‘public service,’ but should still be punished

Edward Snowden performed a “public service” in stoking a national debate about secret domestic surveillance programs, but he should still return to the U.S. to stand trial, former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said in a podcast released on Monday. As a National Security Agency contractor, Snowden leaked classified details in 2013 of the U.S. government’s warrantless surveillance of

Banned: School drops musical version of ‘Lord’s Prayer’ from graduation

Todd Starnes,  A musical rendition of “The Lord’s Prayer” has been performed at East Liverpool High School’s commencement for nearly 70 years. Lisa Ensinger performed the sacred song when she was a senior at the Ohio school in 1986. “It’s a tradition,” she told me – a tradition that she continued when she became the

Clinton Campaign Made Payments to Hard Drive and Document Destruction Company

Washington Free Beacon – by Joe Schoffstall The Hillary Clinton campaign made multiple payments to a company that specializes in hard drive and document destruction, campaign finance records show. The payments, which were recorded in February and March of 2016, went to the Nevada-based American Document Destruction, Inc., which claims expertise in destroying hard drives or

Trump has not been Treated Fairly by the RNC, GOPe and the Media #OnlyTrump

Edmund Kozak, Lifezette Scientific formulas based on economy show Republican victory likely. Republicans will take the White House in 2016, even with the controversial and allegedly “unelectable” Donald Trump as nominee, according to two economic models with successful records of accurately predicting presidential elections. One model, launched by Yale professor Ray Fair in 1978, relies

ňúSneak & peek’ warrants allow police to secretly enter homes without notice

Police State USA  A little-known police tactic allows cops to covertly enter private residences, perform searches, seize property, and then leave quietly without notifying the homeowner. These searches, affectionately known as “sneak and peek” warrants, have been performed at a rapidly rising rate since 9/11.   Covert Tactics Sneak and Peek warrants in actuality a more

Madison Rising’s Rock national anthem raises eyebrows at Daytona – Video

“America’s most patriotic rock band” performed America’s most patriotic song at Daytona International Speedway on Saturday. And the reviews were mixed. Madison Rising’s rendition of the national anthem had a few drivers chuckling and some fans shaking their heads before the Nationwide Series season opener.  The band’s version of “The Star Spangled Banner,” which has

Pentagon considers using electricity to stimulate troops brains

The Boston Globe – by Bryan Bender  WASHINGTON — For some modern soldiers, caffeine is just not enough to stay vigilant, especially for the growing ranks of digital warriors who must spend hours monitoring spy drone footage and other streams of surveillance data. So the Pentagon is exploring a novel way to extend troops’ attention spans