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Trump pick for secretary of state to face tough scrutiny over Russian ties

Tensions over President-elect Donald Trump’s favorable Russian views and the upcoming Senate confirmation hearing for prospective secretary of state Rex Tillerson is expected to boil over in the days ahead. Top Republican Sens. Lindsey Graham and John McCain told NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday that they plan to continue with new sanctions on Russia

New Year’s Resolution: Let’s Strive To Be Branches

Marvin Olasky, First question in the famous Westminster Shorter Catechism: “What is the chief end of man?” Answer: “To glorify God, and to enjoy Him forever.” Over the past decade many evangelicals have sounded alarms about low church involvement among millennials (commonly defined as those born from 1982 through 2000). Others say the situation isn’t

LITERALLY SHAKING: Our Nation is Drowning in Drama Queenery

Ann Coulter, Until the nationwide protests of the last few days, I had no idea how bad the problem was, but our nation is drowning in drama queenery. The immediate reaction of most celebrities to Trump’s victory was: “THE WORLD IS WAITING FOR MY TAKE ON THE ELECTION!” Aaron Sorkin and David Remnick, in matching

The three most important lies about this election

Greg Gutfeld,   1. THE ELECTION WAS ABOUT THE OUTSIDER Not really. It was about culture. We know this for a fact: if you replaced Trump with Rubio, Kasich or Cruz, you’d still get the SAME attacks from “Funny or Die,” Bill Maher, Jay Z, Lady Gaga, and so on. The culture enveloped within the liberal industrial

DISNEY WORLD A TARGET? FBI searching gunman’s computer for clues

Investigators from the FBI are searching the electronic devices of the Muslim terrorist who killed at least 49 people in an Orlando nightclub for any direct indications that he planned to target Disney World or nearby Downtown Disney, a law enforcement source close to the investigation told Fox News on Monday. The search for evidence

U.S. readies more sanctions on Russia over Ukraine

 The United States said on Friday it was prepared to impose further targeted sanctions on Russia over its actions in Ukraine and that European leaders had agreed to coordinate on steps to make Moscow pay. The crisis escalated when armed pro-Russian separatists in the eastern city of Slaviansk seized a bus carrying international mediators. A

7 Reasons Washington’s Grand Counter-Terrorism Myths Persist In The Face of Evidence

1. The bewildered herd is lost in the maze of small details, while the doctors of reality construct mental traps and dead-ends in order to contain the conversation of contested political events and issues within the parameters of the U.S.-Israeli counter-terrorism paradigm. The political conversation about the Bin Laden raid, a key event in the

Are You a Bad Citizen?

The comedian Jeff Foxworthy has a great routine called “You Might Be a Redneck.” He sets up a series of questions, and if you answer yes, well, you might be a… You get the idea. But during this convention season, perhaps a more penetrating question is: Are you a bad citizen? Let’s be truthful, there

Ten shot, two dead near Empire State Building

Two people were killed and at least eight wounded in a shooting outside the Empire State Building on Friday, a New York police source said, creating chaos and shocking tourists and commuters who witnessed the bloody scene outside the landmark tourist attraction. One of the dead was the shooter, the source said, adding there was