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News | From CNN

Trump's call to 'Fox and Friends' explains why we don't hear much from him

His anger was palpable through the phone. Even the Fox hosts -- who are naturally sympathetic to his talking points -- seemed surprised by the stream of consciousness.

Politics | Politics

Exclusive: Poll Shows Americans Side with Trump over Mueller Probe

A poll conducted of 1,000 likely voters by McLaughlin & Associates and former Clinton pollster Dick Morris provided exclusively to Breitbart News shows...

Politics | Politics

Alan Dershowitz: Trump foes seek to take away his legal rights -- endangering everyone's rights | Fox News

The anti-Trump forces are now so desperate to get the president convicted of a crime or impeached that they are prepared to compromise the most basic due process rights of the president and people associated with him.

Politics | Politics

Bill Clinton 'casually encouraged' Trump to run for president before 2016 race: book | Fox News

Former President Bill Clinton “casually encouraged” Donald Trump to run for president less than a year before the 2016 campaign began, according to one reporter’s tell-all memoir detailing life as a journalist covering Hillary Clinton.

Politics | Op-Ed

Israel's Birthday: Jewish Power at 70 Years

Israel is a safeguard for Jews, not a vanity.

News | Israel

No holds barred: Natalie Portman comforts Israel’s enemies

One thing celebrities care about more than anything is bad publicity.

Politics | Politics

Bad News for President Trump

The Comey memos are more revealing than they seem.

Politics | Politics

Trump Russia Collusion: The Real Collusion Was In The Obama Administration

As the likelihood that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia seems headed toward zero, the likelihood of proof of a different form of collusion seems headed upward toward certainty.

Politics | Politics

Five takeaways from Trump adding Giuliani | TheHill

The president has turned to the former New York City mayor for help with the Russia investigation.

Politics | Politics

Barbara Bush 'racist' rant: Tenured professor could lose job

A California State University, Fresno professor's rant about Barbara Bush being an "amazing racist" could cost her a job.

Politics | Politics

Nikki Haley, Great Pushback. Now Resign on Principle.

The White House—and Larry Kudlow, of all people—not only threw her under the bus on Russia sanctions, it ran the bus back and forth over her body. Nikki, do the right thing.

Politics | Politics

California’s crazy one-party liberal politics is why I had to finally leave the state -- and I’m not alone | Fox New

In 2011, after spending my adult life in California, working in the once-thriving aerospace industry there, serving 19 years in the state’s National Guard and six years in the legislature, I picked up my family and moved to Texas.

Politics | Op-Ed

PRAGER: Whatever The Left Touches It Ruins

The only way to save Western civilization is to convince more people that leftism — not liberalism — is a nihilistic force. Quite literally, whatever the left touches it ruins. So, here is a partial listing of the damage done by the left and the Democ

News | The News

STARTING A TREND: Women Posing For Pictures With Guns To Support Open Carry

On Saturday, a 22-year-old female senior at the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, started a trend which triggered leftists into apoplexy, posting a graduation photo with a gun in the waistband of her jeans while wearing a “Trump for Women” T-shirt

Politics | Politics

Republicans Befuddled By Trump’s Abrupt Reversal On New Russia Sanctions | HuffPost

“That’s just not a good signal to Moscow or any of our adversaries or allies," one senator said.

News | News

A liberal entrepreneur set out to help West Virginians — and got a lesson in humility

A Washingtonian pitched an idea for a business institute in a rural area. Both sides had to overcome their own biases first.

Politics | Politics

Trump hammers Comey before big interview

The president continues to dig at the former FBI director.

Politics | Liberal "Tolerance"

College’s ‘no whites allowed’ pool party postponed after backlash – twitchy

A college group's pool party for people of color only has been postponed after a national media backlash.

News | News

I Read the News Today, Oh Boy. And Realized I Should Start Paying for It.

Today's column will come as a shocker to some folks. I've thought long and hard about this as someone who regularly offers up analysis of current events.  I grew up as a writer steeped in loathing for the establishment press. The hostility disp

Politics | Liberal "Tolerance"

Danish tourist mugged at knifepoint in NYC over MAGA hat: report | TheHill

A Danish tourist traveling in New York City says he was mugged at knifepoint by two men angered by a "Make America Great Again" hat he had purchased.

Politics | Op-Ed

Why does California hate free speech?

California’s legislature is poised to approve one of the most serious attacks against freedom of speech ever contemplated in U.S. history this week. Assembly Bill 2943 is legislation that would place that state in an Orwellian society by banning books,

News | News

The US Navy appears to have fooled Russia and Syria with a warship ruse before the strike

When the Syria strike happened, the destroyer that everyone was watching didn't fire a shot.

News | News

Theresa May: No alternative to military strikes in Syria

British Prime Minister Theresa May joined the U.S. and France on Friday in announcing a military response to a chemical weapons attack in Syria, saying her authorization of targeted airstrikes was meant to deter the use of such chemical weapons.

Politics | Politics

Trump's James Comey Meltdown Has Arrived Right on Schedule

Donald Trump achieved something rare on Friday morning: He accidentally did two good tweets about former FBI Director James Comey, whose takedown book about Trump and Washington is set to be released on Tuesday.

Politics | Politics

'The possibility of Trump exploding has gone up'

The former FBI director's tell-all book surprised some West Wing aides with its jabs at Trump's hand size and its talk of the 'pee tape.'

Politics | Politics

Dershowitz: Robert Mueller Is 'a Zealot' | Breitbart

Sunday on New York AM 970 radio's "The Cats Roundtable," Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz ripped special counsel Robert Mueller, calling him "a zealot." “I think Mueller is a zealot," Dershowitz told host John Catsimatidi

Politics | Politics

Ryan to retire as Speaker in January

Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) is retiring at the end of this Congress, ending his speakership a little more than three years after it began.

Politics | POLITICS

What Would Happen If Trump Fired Mueller? Or Rosenstein? Or Sessions? | FiveThirtyEight

Welcome to FiveThirtyEight’s weekly politics chat. The transcript below has been lightly edited. micah (Micah Cohen, politics editor): There’s a lot going on, i…

Politics | Politics

Day 2 of Mark Zuckerberg’s Testimony: What to Watch For - The New York Times

Mr. Zuckerberg will testify before the House Energy and Commerce Committee in his second and final day of congressional testimony over Facebook’s handling of user data.

Politics | Politics

MSNBC’s surging ratings fuel Democratic optimism - POLITICO

While Fox and CNN slump, left-leaning hosts on MSNBC help the network reap a 30 percent ratings gain.

Science & Technology | Social Media

Zuckerberg struggles to name a single Facebook competitor - The Verge

In Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony before a joint session between the Senate Judiciary and Commerce committees today, the Facebook CEO was forced to confront whether his company was now effectively a monopoly.

Politics | Politics

Aging senators ask 'Mr. Zuckerberg' for tech support in hilarious Senate hearing meme

The internet roasted clueless lawmakers during Mark Zuckerberg's Senate hearing.

Politics | Politics

Laura Ingraham Is Fox News's Problem, and Its Way Forward | Time

Laura Ingraham returned to Fox News after a week of hiatus amid widespread criticism of her comments about Parkland survivor David Hogg.

Science & Technology | Social Media

Mark Zuckerberg's letting researchers dive into Facebook data to protect elections

The social network says the initiative will help researchers figure out the effect social media has on democracy.

Politics | Op-Ed

Incoherent U.S. policy on Syria mystifying allies, empowering enemies - International news - Jerusalem Post

Experts contend that both Russia and Iran would be empowered should President Trump move ahead with military withdrawal from Syria.

Politics | Op-Ed

Analysis: Strike in Syria shows Netanyahu follows through on threats

The message of Israel's alleged strike on Homs is clear: Israel has interests and intends to act upon them.

Politics | Politics

Does Trump's response help or hurt Stormy Daniels' legal claims?

It’s often the case that just a few unplanned words by a litigant can alter the course of litigation — but it's also not that simple.

Politics | Politics

Washington Post senior editor: Trump is jealous of Jeff Bezos

Washington Post senior editor Marc Fisher said Sunday that President Trump has “a jealousy issue” with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.

Politics | Politics

Tammy Bruce: California's latest contradictions -- Welcoming criminals but warning about 'dangerous' coffee | Fox News

The same week that a number of cities and counties in California sued their own state over the dangerous law making the state a “sanctuary” for illegal alien criminals, a judge issued a ruling to save Californians from themselves and their coffee-drin

Politics | Politics

Trump tries his hand at rewriting Washington Post headline

The article that drew his ire was related to the new tariffs Trump imposed on China.

Politics | Politics

Melania Trump Once Dumped Donald After Seeing an Ex Leave His Trump Tower Apartment: New Book

Author Ronald Kessler tells PEOPLE Melania Trump said "screw that" after spotting one of then-boyfriend Donald Trump's exes leaving his apartment

Politics | Politics

Here's exactly how much paychecks changed after tax reform for people at every income level from $20,000 to $269,000 a year

Trump's new tax law gave most Americans' paychecks a boost. Here's how much you're taking home every other week.

History | History

Chappaquiddick: The Move About Ted Kennedy And Mary Jo Kopechne Is A Must See

On April 6, a bombshell will hit America's theaters. That bombshell comes in the form of an understated, well-made, well-acted film called "Chappaquiddick."

Politics | Politics

Trump appointee at Defense Department resigns after birther postings revealed - CNNPolitics

A political appointee at the Department of Defense has resigned after a CNN KFile inquiry about controversial postings he made on Facebook.

News | From CNN

Donald Trump has changed his immigration rhetoric in one very important way - CNNPolitics

There is a very important change in Donald Trump's rhetoric on the subject of immigration recently and it has everything to do with Congress and the approaching midterm elections.

Politics | Obama - Clinton Politics

Unsealed FISA Court Ruling Shows 85% of Obama’s FBI and DOJ 704-5 FISA Searches Were Illegal and Illegally Provided to Government Outsiders - Tea Party News

(Gateway Pundit) – A Report was released in April of 2017 that received no publicity until recently. The report was a ruling on the results of an investigation or audit into FISA searches made by Obama’s FBI and DOJ during Obama’s time in office

Politics | Trump Politics

When will the media accept that Trump is not a criminal target?

In terminal medical cases, doctors often deal with patients who move through “stages” that begin with denial. These so-called Kübler-Ross stages can be a long road toward acceptance.

News | NEWS

Brother of Slain Parkland Student Rips Student for Complaining About New Clear Backpack Policy

"17 people dead, few students bring knives to school, multiple students making threats, and you're making a joke..."

News | News

The year climate change began to spin out of control

Fires ravaged the West, hurricanes battered the East—and still emissions continued to rise.

Politics | Politics

Comey's book tour is a colossal mistake | TheHill

Initially taking the high road, remaining silent, professional and above the fray, Comey has now resorted to directly confronting the president at his own game.

Politics | Politics

April 2019 Tax Bills May Catch Some Americans Off Guard - Bloomberg

Most Americans will owe less in taxes as a result of President Donald Trump’s overhaul of the U.S. tax code, but in a few jurisdictions, about one in 10 will be paying more, according to an analysis released Wednesday by the Tax Policy Center.

Politics | Politics

In Jerusalem I found an incredible oasis of peace where divisions between Jews and Arabs disappear | Fox News

It’s sad that it takes a special needs child to bring adults together like this. But maybe God‘s plan is bigger than something I can understand.

Politics | Politics

Turley: Sessions’ Using Utah Federal Prosecutor Much Better for Trump than 2nd Special Counsel

WASHINGTON, DC – Professor Jonathan Turley, a top national legal expert on government prosecutions, commented on Thursday about Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ decision to bring in U.S. Attorney John Huber, calling it "brilliant."

History | The Constitution

Kimberley Strassel: How Trump and the congressional GOP can undo the worst of the omnibus

Plenty of Republicans remain bitter that their party passed that bloated $1.3 trillion omnibus—almost as bitter as President Trump, who felt pressured to sign it. But this fight doesn’t have to be over.

Politics | Politics

Dershowitz On Special Counsel: The Investigation Should End « CBS Dallas / Fort Worth

Attorney Alan Dershowitz said Wednesday that he is fearful of the criminalization of political differences in today's discourse.

Politics | Politics

FACT CHECK: Did Emma González 'Admit' to Bullying the Parkland School Shooter?

Conspiracy theorists tried to discredit the mass shooting survivor (again) by ignoring the suspect's history of disturbing behavior.

Politics | Politics

JFK may have been a worse philanderer than Trump. Does it matter?

Like Trump, JFK's inability to resist the allure of an adult entertainer indicates a much deeper character issue. And yet a romanticized image of him survives.

Politics | Politics

WATCH: Parkland's Emma Gonzalez Admits to Bullying the Shooter. A Few Things...

A number of points here...

Pets & Animals | Animals

Anti-animal experiment group applauds Trump signing of bill that stops testing on puppies | WZTV

Sinclair Broadcast Group (WZTV)--President Trump on Friday stated he was unhappy about many things in the $1.6 trillion spending bill he signed but one group of animal-lovers is happy he did.Among the many items included in the 'Omnibus' bill was a sectio

Politics | Politics

If the Second Amendment falls, our entire Bill of Rights falls

The startling new proposal by 97-year-old former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens calling for the repeal of the Second Amendment to our Constitution’s Bill of Rights is unwise, dangerous and totally unrealistic.

News | The News

Abortion Walkouts: California Students Organize for the Unborn | National Review

A California student is organizing a school walkout to protest abortion.

Politics | Op-Ed

Why The Ignorant Parkland Kids Don't Speak for Their Dead Classmates

It’s incredibly annoying to be lectured to by high school kids because the fact of the matter is that very few of them know anything about anything. Why would they? They’re kids. Somebody else feeds them, puts a roof over their heads and pays their bi

Politics | Second Amendment

An Open Rant Aimed at Those Who Would Repeal the Second Amendment | National Review

When liberals say that we need to get rid of the Second Amendment, they are reflecting the views of a small but vocal portion of Americans. And they mean it.

News | News

Bataclan Survivor Jesse Hughes Calls Parkland Teens ‘Pathetic’

Eagles of Death Metal frontman accuses Parkland teens of “exploiting tragedy.”

Politics | Politics

Decision to add citizenship question to census draws protest - ABC News

Get breaking national and world news, broadcast video coverage, and exclusive interviews. Find the top news online at ABC news.

Politics | Healthcare

Why Some Americans Are Risking It and Skipping Health Insurance

Prices and deductibles are rising. Networks are shrinking. And even some well-off Americans are questioning what they’re paying for.

Politics | Politics

Lindsey Graham: 'I Want to Be Able to Prove' FBI's Clinton Investigation Was 'Whitewashed,' 'Sham' | Breitbart

On this weekend's broadcast of Fox News Channel's "Sunday Morning Futures," Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) said he had subpoenaed documents from the FBI on the Clinton email investigation because he wanted to "prove that the FBI investigation

News | The News

WATCH: When #MarchForOurLives Protesters Are Asked What An ‘Assault Weapon’ Actually Is, They Have No Idea

During Saturday’s #MarchForOurLives in Washington D.C., Campus Reform’s Cabot Phillips spoke with a number of protesters and asked them two simple questions.

News | Planned Parenthood

Toys R Us Deserves This Humiliating End

Many fine men and women worked for Toys R Us and it is truly unfortunate that they will have to lose their jobs as a result of the famed toy chain closing up shop. Thank you for helping to make our childhoods bright and may God bless you in your effort to

Politics | Politics

The U.K. Is Doing Just Fine, Thanks - WSJ

Despite dire forecasts surrounding Brexit, the U.K. has had a strikingly good year. Leaving the EU may well boil down to far less, economically, than anyone thought.

Politics | Politics

Justice Dept. Proposes Banning Bump Stocks, Setting Aside Its Own Recommendations

The moves come amid rising public pressure on the Trump administration to find ways to curb gun violence after a mass shooting in Parkland, Fla.

Politics | Politics

China doesn't want trade war with US, its 'very best customer': Analyst

Fears of a trade war with China may be spooking investors, but analyst Alan Tonelson says he doesn't see that happening.

Politics | Media Bias

Flashback: Obama Congratulated Putin on His 2012 Election | National Review

Lost in all the controversy over President Trump’s congratulatory call to Putin is the fact that Obama made a nearly identical call six years ago.

Politics | Politics

Trump replaces McMaster with Bolton as national security adviser

President Trump announced Thursday he will be replacing national security adviser H.R. McMaster with former United State Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton.

Politics | Politics

Democratic, Republican voter bases are more different than ever, study finds | Politics | bozemandailychronicle.com

WASHINGTON — Drop into a political gathering almost anywhere in America, and you can usually name the party just by looking: Democrats increasingly reflect the racially mixed demographics of the

News | Interesting Stories

Inside Israel’s Secret Raid on Syria’s Nuclear Reactor

Now the story can be told: The Mossad got lucky. In Iran and North Korea, the Americans might not.

Politics | Politics

No, Andrew McCabe Isn't 'Losing His Pension'

Andrew McCabe, despite media reporting, isn't losing his pension benefits. Here is, in brief, the story.

Politics | Politics

Los Alamitos votes to opt out of California sanctuary law – Orange County Register

Orange County’s second smallest city voted Monday night to exempt itself from California’s so-called sanctuary law, which limits cooperation between local agencies and federal immigrati…

Politics | Politics

What’s genius for Obama is scandal when it comes to Trump | TheHill

The scandal involving Cambridge Analytica's abuse of Facebook data underscores the point.

News | NEWS

Women’s March members bail over ties to Farrakhan

The Women’s March — a civil-rights group at the center of protests against the Trump presidency — is losing top staffers and supporters over its leadership’s refusal to denounce a racist, homophobi…

News | NEWS

Teacher put on leave for questioning school walkout

A California high school teacher says she was “aghast” to learn she was placed on leave over comments she made about National School Walkout Day. Julianne Benzel, a Rocklin High School …

Music | Music

Congress Is Making Headway on a Bill to Modernize How Musicians Are Paid

But they should slow down so musicians can point out the many flaws in fine print

Politics | Politics

Majority of Americans: More Important to Keep Manufacturing Jobs in U.S. than to Have Cheap Products | Breitbart

The vast majority of Americans say it is more important for the United States to have a strong manufacturing base than to have an exorbitant amount of cheap, foreign products.

Politics | Politics

Who is John Kelly? A look at Trump's White House chief of staff | Fox News

From John Kelly's extensive military career to his time hitchhiking across the country, here are five things to know about President Trump's White House chief of staff.

History | History

The Nazis fooled the world for 16 days in 1936—and we’re allowing it to happen again

It's worth remembering today, after North Korea's appearance at the Olympics, and as Russia and Qatar gear up for the World Cup.

Politics | Op-Ed

WALSH: The Rules Of #MeToo Are Clear. Women Can Sexually Harass Whomever They Want.

According to the media, Katy Perry "gave an American Idol contestant his first kiss" during his audition this week. "He kissed a girl and he liked it," beamed People Magazine. The two were "flirting," according to TMZ. "Lucky guy," said many internet comm

Politics | Seriously???

WATCH: Katy Perry Gives Teenager A #MeToo Moment

"American Idol" kicked off its two-night season opener over the weekend, which included Katy Perry giving a teenager a #MeToo moment that he will never forget.

News | News

Vanessa Trump, Donald Trump Jr.’s Wife, Files for Divorce - The New York Times

The president’s daughter-in-law filed for an uncontested divorce in Manhattan Supreme Court on Thursday.

Business & Finance | Business

Why Trump blocked Qualcomm-Broadcom: It's all about 5G

The unusual move underscores the importance of 5G. But what does an independent Qualcomm mean for the future of the technology?

News | The News

Hillary Blames Men For Pushing Their Wives To Vote Against Her. That's Not Statistically Accurate.

While speaking in India, a woman who was never elected president, Hillary Clinton, whined about her White House-free fate, blaming married women for her electoral downfall. “We do not do well with white men and we don’t do well with married, white wom

News | The News

WATCH: Hillary Says Racist Poor People Voted For Trump, 'Optimistic, Diverse, Dynamic' People Voted For Her | Daily Wire

On Monday, a woman who was never elected to the presidency, Hillary Clinton, spoke to a crowd in India. There, she laid out the reason she lost: those stupid, stupid poor people. Yes, Hillary was a blue collar candidate, all right. Here’s what she said:

Politics | Education or Indoctrination?

Student Booted From Christianity Class For Telling Professor There Are Only Two Genders | Daily Wire

In the current year, it's apparently permissible to ban a student from a class on Christianity for expressing inconvenient truths to a feminist professor.

News | From CNN

Steve Bannon: 'Let them call you racists' - CNNPolitics

President Donald Trump's estranged adviser Steve Bannon told a far-right gathering in France on Saturday that they should handle accusations of racism with pride.

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

Jewish advocacy group denounces Putin for suggesting Jews behind election meddling | TheHill

The American Jewish Committee is urging Russian President Vladimir Putin to "clarify" his comments suggesting that Russian minority groups, including Jews, could be behind efforts to meddle in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

News | Interesting Links

PolitiFact statements about Fake news

PolitiFact.com is a project of the Tampa Bay Times to help you find the truth in Washington and the Obama presidency.

News | The News

Bob Woodward: Some Reporters Are Becoming 'Emotionally Unhinged' Covering Trump

Bob Woodward criticized reporters who were becoming too emotionally invested in their coverage of Donald Trump, calling them "unhinged."

News | Weird and bizarre news

Great News: You Can Now Drink Wine Inside a Giant Anus

Your longest-held dream of tasting wine from inside a butthole has been realized.

Politics | POLITICS

Trump’s North Korea Bluster Scores a Win, But at High Risk - Bloomberg

North Korea’s offer to suspend nuclear and missile tests in exchange for talks with the U.S. reflects an emerging truth about President Donald Trump’s unconventional foreign policy style: It may heighten the risk of conflict, but also the potential fo

Politics | Op-Ed

Intersectionality: Religion for Deep-Blue America | National Review

Intersectionality and Moral Therapeutic Theism are the new religions of post-Christian America.

Politics | POLITICS

We’re All Fascists Now - The New York Times

Why are feminists and liberals getting thrown into the slop bucket with the likes of Richard Spencer?

Politics | Trump Politics

Citing Trump's Tariffs, US Steel Says It Will Reopen Illinois Plant

The United States Steel Corporation announced plans to reopen part of an Illinois factory following President Donald Trump's decision to impose a new tariff on imported steel, The Hill reported on Wednesday.

Politics | Obamacare Fallout

Yes, It Was The 'Affordable' Care Act That Increased Premiums

It turns out that across the board, for all ages and family sizes, for HMO, PPO, and POS plans, premium increases averaged about 60% from 2013, the last year before ACA reforms took effect, to 2017. In the four years preceding the ACA, premium increases

Politics | Liberal "Tolerance"

NO ONE At The Oscars Clapped When Gary Oldman Thanked America -- Guess Who They Did Cheer For

Gary Oldman took home the Oscar for Best Actor at Sunday night's 90th Academy Awards, but the Los Angeles audience withheld applause for one particular part of his thank you speech. Oldman delivered a

Sports | Cycling

NSMB.com - Uncle Dave Tackles the Vista Outdoor Debate

"f you want to buy dozens of guns to play with in the bath while you splash around and make 'bang bang!' noises, that’s fine..."

News | News

TV vs. Trump in 2018: Lots of Russia, and 91% Negative Coverage

A Media Research Center analysis of the ABC, CBS and NBC evening newscasts in January and February found ten times more negative comments (91%) about the President than positive statements (just 9%). Out of 851 total minutes of airtime devoted to the admi

News | Planned Parenthood

Planned Parenthood Affiliate Tweets About Transgenders: 'Some Men Have A Uterus.' | Daily Wire

Planned Parenthood has been experiencing something of a business downturn; prenatal care (which they don't really do much of) is down a whopping 75%, and

Politics | Trump Politics

 Zogby: Trump Approval 48 Percent, Millennials Grow 

A new nationwide Zogby poll of likely voters showed President Donald Trump's job approval standing at 48 percent, with his popularity growing among millennials, where he registered an approval of 50 percent, as opposed to voters age 65 and up, where h

News | News

Florida Senate rejects ban on assault weapons, votes to arm teachers

The Florida Senate rejected a proposal to ban assault weapons, and voted for a measure to arm some teachers, weeks after 17 people were killed in the deadliest high school shooting in U.S. history.

Politics | Obama - Clinton Politics

Obama’s campaign was actually hacked – and he did nothing about it

“What isn't widely known is that during the general election hackers managed to penetrate our computer systems.” – Obama in 2009

Politics | POLITICS

DC officially renames street in front of Russian embassy after slain Putin critic

The Washington, D.C. city council on Tuesday officially renamed a street in front of the Russian embassy in honor of a slain critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Politics | Politics

What Critics Don't Understand About Gun Culture

I carry a weapon—and it’s tied me closer to my community.

Politics | POLITICS

Switzerland has a stunningly high rate of gun ownership — here's why it doesn't have mass shootings

Here's what the US can learn from Switzerland, which has nearly eliminated mass shootings while maintaining a high rate of gun ownership.

Politics | Politics

California Democratic Party declines to endorse Dianne Feinstein for re-election

The rebuke of Dianne Feinstein by party delegates comes even though the 25-year incumbent has led polls by wide margins.

Politics | Politics

Justin Trudeau’s Celebrity Schtick Has Finally Blown Up in His Face - VICE

Trudeau’s Indian misadventure was an epic misfire.

Politics | Op-Ed

Every Single Government Authority Failed In Parkland. And They Expect Americans To Forfeit Our Self-Defense Rights To Them?

On Thursday night, the American public learned two bombshell pieces of information regarding the Parkland, Florida mass shooting.

News | News

Nikki Haley to top Palestinian negotiator: I will not shut up

"I assure you that [the current] path will get the Palestinian people exactly nowhere toward the achievement of their aspirations."

News | The News

Feminist PANICS After Dana Loesch Suggests Women Who Carry Guns Are Harder To Rape | Daily Wire

Feminist author and blogger Jessica Valenti was disappointed to learn, Wednesday night, that some women find arming themselves a useful way of protecting themselves against sexual predators.

News | Planned Parenthood

What You Need to Know About Planned Parenthood | PragerU

What does Planned Parenthood really do? What do they actually stand for? President and founder of Live Action, Lila Rose, lays out everything you need to know about Planned Parenthood.

News | The News

7 Simple Steps to Eliminate School Shootings Overnight - Kevin McCullough

None of these steps infringe upon law-abiding peoples Second Amendment rights..02/20/2018 21:22:40PM EST.

History | History

Parkland Shooting & Second Amendment: What the Right to Bear Arms Means Today | National Review

While the Second Amendment identifies an individual right, it does so with a public purpose in mind.

Politics | Seriously???

Jennifer Lawrence, thank goodness, to quit acting to ‘fix the democracy’

Oh good, Jennifer Lawrence, Oscar-winning actress, has decided to go off her job in Hollywood in order to go on the job for America. She’s quitting acting — for a time — to help save us from ourselves. And by her estimates, it should onl

Politics | POLITICS

A Gun-Control Measure Conservatives Should Consider | National Review

Gun-violence restraining orders can make us all safer while empowering the individual and protecting liberty.

Entertainment | Entertainment

'Black Panther' Review: This Deeply Conservative Movie Makes Captain America Look Like A Neo-Marxist Stooge

Last week, I blasted the identity-politics-mongering cultural Left for driving a wedge between black Americans and white Americans coming together

Politics | Politics

Trump Adds Cautious Support to Changes to Background Checks for Gun Buyers - The New York Times

The White House press secretary said that Mr. Trump had spoken to Senator John Cornyn, Republican of Texas, about legislation to revamp background checks.

Politics | Politics

The Story Behind JFK's Official White House Portrait

Before Kehinde Wiley's striking depiction of Barack Obama, another presidential portrait stood out from the rest.

Politics | Politics

Senate Rejects Bipartisan Immigration Plan

The measure would have severely limited chain migration, ended the visa lottery, funded the border wall and resolved the fate of the Dreamers.

Politics | Op-Ed

Dear Gay Olympians, We Get It, You're Gay, Get Over It

Dear Gay Olympians, We Get It, You’re Gay, Get Over It

Politics | Seriously???

Obama’s Portrait Artist Has Habit Of Painting Black People BEHEADING White People | Daily Wire

The artist who painted former President Barack Obama’s presidential portrait, unveiled on Monday at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, has a disturbing pattern of painting violent beheadings of white people.

News | Interesting Links

CNN’s Camerota confronts Holocaust denier running for Congress in heated interview | TheHill

CNN’s Alisyn Camerota on Thursday confronted the Holocaust denier who is the sole GOP candidate running for an Illinois House seat.

Politics | The War On Gender

Harvard matchmaking service forced to add nonbinary gender option to Valentine's Day survey

Datamatch, considered a 'quintessential' part of Harvard campus culture, was under fire for only offering male and female options.

Politics | Politics

Trump's Parade Is Political Genius

Hours of free airtime that Democrats can’t argue with? That’s a pretty clever strategy.

Politics | The Hall of Idiots

Pelosi: My Grandson's Birthday Wish Was To Have Brown Skin, Brown Eyes; "Face Of The Future Of Our Country" |

During an extended speech on the House floor Wednesday morning, where she read a long list of profiles of DACA recipients, Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi was reminded of her own grandson: NANCY PELOSI: I'm reminded of my own grandson. He is Irish, Englis

Humor | Political Humor

WALSH: 13 Words That Are Even More Offensive And Sexist Than 'Mankind' | Daily Wire

At a recent town hall, Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau explained that the word "mankind" is not inclusive enough. "Peoplekind" is the acceptable form.

News | Planned Parenthood

Planned Parenthood kept aborted babies alive to harvest heart, brain: ex-technician - Washington Times

In an undercover video released Wednesday, a former technician for a tissue-harvesting company details how an aborted baby was kept alive so that its heart could be harvested at a California Planned Parenthood facility, raising more legal questions about

Miscellaneous | OTHER STUFF

Ithaca High School cancels spring play in wake of student diversity demands

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

Officials Postpone School’s Daddy-Daughter Dance Due To NYC’s Gender-Neutral Policy

Some parents say being politically correct has gone too far. As for the disappointed girls at PS 65, they say they’ve been getting ready for the dance for months.

Politics | Trump Politics

Newt Gingrich: Here's my strategy for keeping a House Republican majority in November

On Wednesday, I was honored to speak at the Winter Meeting of the Republican National Committee about the how important and impactful the 2018 elections could be for America. Below is an excerpt of my remarks.

Sports | Sports

Where Does the N.F.L. Go After a Season of Division? - The New York Times

A year of protests, backlash and presidential interference has exposed fault lines between the league’s players and its management — and even between the team owners themselves.

Politics | Politics

Holocaust denier is sole GOP contender in Illinois race for Congress | TheHill

A Holocaust denier is currently the only candidate on the ballot in the GOP primary for Illinois's third congressional district, according to

Politics | Politics

Survey Finds Conservatives Out of Place in Silicon Valley

Online poll adds to concerns that political divisions are affecting tech workplaces.