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Don’t hurt drug addicts’ feelings — it might discourage them from seeking treatment #Myth

Betsy McCaughey, What the Politicians Won’t Say About Drugs. The Trump administration is launching a campaign against the heroin and pain pill epidemic, which causes a staggering 52,000 overdose deaths a year. And two weeks ago, New York’s Mayor Bill De Blasio announced stepped up efforts to halt the scourge. Will they succeed? Only if

Orange County Sanctuary Policies Help Domestic Abusers Escape

Daniel Greenfield, Under Attorney General Sessions, we’ve gotten serious about taking on illegal alien criminals. And ICE is naming and shaming jurisdictions that protect them. The latest list is troubling. NYC refused to honor a request for a sex offender. But Orange County has its own troubling pattern. A convicted burglar from Mexico, another Mexican

5 Things We Know for Certain About the Mike Flynn Case

John Hayward, Former National Security Adviser and retired Lt. General Mike Flynn caused quite a stir by offering testimony to Congress and the FBI in exchange for immunity on Thursday. Many jumped to conclusions, often the same reporters who insisted requests for immunity by members of Hillary Clinton’s inner circle were routine and entirely meaningless.

No Evidence of Connection Between Trump Campaign and Russia

Kristina Wong, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer ripped into the media on Friday for continuing to ask questions about a connection between the Trump campaign and Russia, noting that there’s been no evidence of that. “Everyone who’s been briefed on this subject, from Republican to Democrat to CIA — former Obama administration’s [Director of

Trump backs Flynn, says ex-adviser should seek immunity amid ‘witch hunt’

President Trump said Friday that his former national security adviser is right to seek immunity in exchange for answering questions on Russia, tweeting that Mike Flynn is caught up in a “witch hunt” of “historic proportion.” Flynn’s attorney said Thursday that the retired general is in discussions with the House and Senate intelligence committees, indicating

Islamic Projection: Why Muslims Hate Infidels

Raymond Ibrahim, Accusing non-Muslims of doing to Muslims what Islam commands Muslims do to others. A little known fact: When Muslims persecute religious minorities in their midst, they often justify it by projecting the worst aspects of Islam onto the “infidels.”  A well-known phenomenon, “projection” is defined as “the attribution of one’s own ideas, feelings,