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California Construction Companies Defy Legislators in Bid to Build Wall

Adan Salazar | Infowars, Democrat lawmakers introduce bill prohibiting future state contracts from going to wall builders. California construction companies bidding on the controversial border wall are undeterred by threats from state lawmakers to boycott their businesses. Despite Democrat legislators’ efforts to impose laws barring companies that work on the wall from receiving future contracts

‘Extreme Vetting’ Also Threatens Privacy of Americans

Noah Feldman, The “extreme vetting” proposals floated this week by Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly include the idea of making visitors to the U.S. open their phones and disclose their contacts, passwords and social media handles to immigration authorities. This might potentially be constitutional, because visitors outside the U.S. don’t necessarily have privacy protection. But

Going Red for International Women’s Day… and Its Useful Idiots

Paul Kengor, The perfect color for a better “gender world.” The ability of the communist left to consistently dupe an ever-wider group of suckers never ceases to amaze. It’s practically another constant of the universe. I wrote here a few weeks ago about the now-infamous Women’s March, a parade of perversity and vulgarity that erupted

We’re within two years of creating synthetic life. Are you frightened yet?

Jazz Shaw, The title probably sounds like something out of a disappointing Hollywood science-fiction plot, but in this case truth is truly stranger than fiction. Right up front we should point out that we’re not talking about cooking up super soldiers in a test tube… yet, but the implications could be staggering. Scientists are currently

Donald Trump and the Demobrats

Timothy Daughtry, If the Democrats continue with their whining, oppositional behavior, and frequent tantrums, they probably should just go ahead and change their name officially and become the Demobrats. In fact, it’s probably required by some truth-in-advertising law somewhere. A friend once hilariously acted out his experience of driving his young family from New Jersey

The Milo Problem

Mark Davis, It was quite the weekend for Milo Yiannopoulos. After Friday night’s typically compelling sit-down with Bill Maher on HBO’s “Real Time,” the Saturday web buzz crackled with the news that the 32-year-old British provocateur had been named keynote speaker in the usually comfortable mainstream environment of CPAC. This came as a surprise to

From parties to museums to fashion to Hollywood, a cultural war on Trump

Howard Kurtz, The world may little note nor long remember that Vanity Fair and the New Yorker are canceling the big blowout bashes they usually host for the White House Correspondents Dinner. The reason: Donald Trump. The Metropolitan Museum of Art has pulled down some works by the likes of Picasso and Matisse to display

Judge Who Issued A Stay On Trump’s Executive Order Likes Controversy

Matt Vespa, We know that the federal judge who issues a nationwide stay on the travel provisions of President Donald Trump’s executive order was a 2004 Bush appointee. He was confirmed 99-0. He’s been presiding as a district judge for the Western District of Washington state. And this isn’t the first time he’s dabbled in