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USA Today “Speaking just days after bombings in New York City and New Jersey and a stabbing spree in Minnesota, Trump said tighter borders include a crackdown on acceptance of refugees from war-torn nations in the Middle East because “we have no idea who they are”.” “HIGH POINT, N.C. — Donald Trump continued to hit


Gateway Pundit | Jim Hoft One Trump supporter was beaten bloody after trying to get his Trump hat back from anti-Trump goons. Hundreds of mostly Latino anti-Trump protesters bloodied Donald Trump supporters, threw rocks at cars and smashed windows on vehicles–including police cars–following a huge campaign rally by the leading Republican presidential candidate in Costa Mesa, California

Pre-DNC protesters’ sitdown ignored by police

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Hundreds of protesters marched through Charlotte’s central business district Sunday ahead of the Democratic National Convention in a demonstration that was lively but smaller than organizers had touted. About 600 marchers carried signs and banners, banged drums and chanted on a sunny afternoon as part of the March on Wall Street

'Mountain Pride' versus the Welfare State


The federal government is choking our economy while it degrades the character of a proud people. The food stamp program is purposefully undermining “mountain pride” in Appalachian communities in order to create more wards of the welfare state. It should be a scandal that the federal government is purposefully weakening a core principle of our

Will Conservatives Allow Akin’s Pride to be America’s Downfall?


Todd Akin needs to go.    I said so yesterday, and I’m repeating it today. I and people who agree with me have caught a lot of flack from other conservatives for saying it. We’ve been accused of being RINOs, Democratic plants, of lacking courage; we’ve been told we’re throwing a good conservative under the bus;

S&P 500 Erases Loss as Fed Minutes Show Stimulus Support

The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index erased earlier losses as minutes from the Federal Reserve’s last meeting showed many policy makers favored more stimulus soon.   Mark Luschini, chief investment strategist at Janney Montgomery Scott LLC, talks about the outlook for the U.S. equity markets and the effects of central bank policy. He speaks with

Akin “Forgiveness


The campaign of embattled Missouri Republican Senate candidate Todd Akin has responded to the furor created by his idiotic comments about rape with an ad asking voters to forgive him. In it a penitent-looking and sounding Akin apologizes for saying that women cannot be made pregnant when raped. Though a day late, it’s full-blown apology

W.H. Press Secretary Labels Anyone Telling the Truth a ‘Right-Wing Nut Job’

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White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs appeared on Fox News Sunday with host Chris Wallace. The interview lasted thirteen and half minutes with the bulk of the conversation focusing on Obama’s $716 billion cut of Medicare. In the interview, Wallace continued to press the point that Medicare can’t survive with such a huge cut without

Republicans Who Understand Democrats


Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan have an advantage in campaigning which Barack Obama and Joe Biden do not: Romney and Ryan have won elections in strongly Democrat areas and have learned how to make their case to voters who are not naturally inclined to vote Republican.  Romney won election as governor of the only state