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ALAN KEYES — I am not at all surprised that Facebook is practicing repressive policies aimed at stifling political views at odds with its elitist totalitarian corporate culture. Facebook's success rests on luring people into accepting a corporate culture that amounts to indentured servitude/slave labor.... (more)

20 hours ago
WASHINGTON TIMES — Sen. Lindsey Graham said Sunday the midterm elections come down to mob rule, saying if voters elect Democrats, they'll be rewarding bad behavior. The South Carolina Republican will be campaigning in 13 states over the course of 12 days, cheering on Republicans ahead of the November election.... (more)

20 hours ago
NATIONAL REVIEW — An angry constituent confronted Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and his wife, Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao, while they were dining in a Louisville, Ky. restaurant Friday night. "Why don't you get out of here? Why don't you leave the entire country?" the man yelled at McConnell, local CNN affiliate WLKY reported.... (more)

20 hours ago
ROBERT KNIGHT — During the lead-up to the Vietnam War, the media sometimes carried horrific images of Buddhist monks setting themselves afire to protest the South Vietnamese government. These tragic self-immolations were literally Pyrrhic victories for the protesters, who never got to see the results of their sacrifice.... (more)

20 hours ago
WASHINGTON TIMES — The combined efforts of Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras and the U.S. were not enough to deter thousands of migrants who broke through barricades or swam into Mexico over the weekend, defying their home government's calls for them to return and America's warnings that their journey is futile.... (more)

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NATIONAL REVIEW — Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Friday that the U.S. is quickly approaching a "moment of crisis" when it comes to immigration. Speaking at a press conference in Mexico City alongside his counterpart, Mexican foreign secretary Luis Videgaray Caso, Pompeo stressed the need to address the influx of immigrants to both countries. "We are quickly reaching a point which appears to be a moment of crisis," he said.... (more)

21 hours ago
JOSEPH FARAH — The New York Times is apoplectic -- again. But this time, it's because of something so scary to the left, so unimaginably horrific, so brutally honest, so politically incorrect -- an act of courage so profound by President Trump -- that it could possibly save the country from ruin.... (more)

21 hours ago
BRIETBART — Less than a year before gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum publicly denounced President Donald Trump's efforts to investigate the threat of voter fraud, Gillum's brother, Marcus Gillum, voted in the 2016 general election in Tallahassee, Florida while a resident of Chicago, Illinois. According to Florida law, you must be a legal resident in Florida to vote in elections. Casting an illegal vote in Florida is a third-degree felony.... (more)

21 hours ago
WASHINGTON TIMES — A report from Iranian dissidents shows how the hard-line Islamic regime places terrorist operatives abroad under the cover of diplomacy. From Austria to Albania to Iraq, an expansionist Iran has turned embassies into terrorism planning sites to meddle in host governments and hunt down the opposition, according to the report by the National Council of Resistance of Iran. The coalition includes the activist chapter known as MEK, which operates far-flung spy networks in Iran.... (more)

2 days ago
WORLDNETDAILY — Stuffed into boxes and freezers, some 63 unexplained fetuses have now been discovered at two Detroit area funeral homes sparking grisly concerns of a second Kermit Gosnell-style scandal. Detroit Police executed a search warrant at a west-side funeral home near Wayne State University and removed 63 remains of fetuses, police said, while custody of the remains -- found at the Perry Funeral Home, on Trumbull just north of Warren Avenue -- was turned over to state investigators, who immediately declared the business closed and its license suspended, according to a statement from Michigan Licensing and Regulatory Affairs.... (more)

2 days ago
WASHINGTON TIMES — It was a movie destined for failure -- relying on crowdfunding for its shoestring budget, garnering little to no attention among liberal media outlets and opening in only 673 theaters around the country. Still, "Gosnell: The Trial of America's Biggest Serial Killer" succeeded in its opening weekend at the box office, becoming the No. 12 film release last week. Its $1.16 million in ticket sales placed the film just behind "A Simple Favor" ($1.3 million) and just ahead of "Crazy Rich Asians" ($1 million), according to the Box Office Mojo website.... (more)

2 days ago
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — Sen. Elizabeth Warren's ex-husband co-founded a DNA testing company and wrote one of the first computer codes for making genetic comparisons. Jim Warren's career involved him in the kinds of genetic testing that Elizabeth Warren controversially invoked this month to prove that she had Native American ancestry.... (more)

2 days ago
WASHINGTON TIMES — Radio host Rush Limbaugh is confident that the unreliability of political polling will be highlighted once again once the midterm election results roll in. A preview for "El Rushbo's" Thursday interview with Fox News' Sean Hannity offers a prediction from the famous conservative: Republicans will hold onto the House and Senate in large part because of political developments over the past month.... (more)

2 days ago
WASHINGTON TIMES — Mexico has asked the United Nations for assistance with the migrant caravan knocking on its border, saying international officials must help figure out who deserves asylum and who should be deported or refused entry. Hundreds of Mexican police faced off Thursday across the Mexico-Guatemala border against the vanguard of the caravan, which has grown to some 4,000 people, mostly from Honduras. Some migrants reportedly made it to shelters in Mexico.... (more)

3 days ago
WORLDNETDAILY — When Christine Blasey Ford testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee that now-Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh assaulted her decades ago, she said she didn't know that committee staffers had offered to meet her in California.... (more)

3 days ago
CHERIE ZASLAWSKY — On Thursday, October 4th, Chuck Schumer repeated his claim that Christine Blasey Ford's uncorroborated testimony was credible, and added that she "came forward and won America's hearts." Huh? No Chuck, she didn't "win our hearts." She made us sick to our stomachs... (more)

3 days ago
ART MOORE — With Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., suggesting Democrats might investigate Brett Kavanaugh if their party takes back the House in November, the credibility of Christine Blasey Ford's accusation of attempted rape by the new Supreme Court justice 36 years ago remains relevant.... (more)

3 days ago
NEWSMAX — The Vatican ambassador who accused Pope Francis of rehabilitating a disgraced ex-American cardinal is doubling down on his claims, asserting that the "scourge of homosexuality" in the priesthood is responsible for sex abuse and that the Vatican is being hypocritical in refusing to acknowledge it.... (more)

3 days ago
HOLLYWOOD REPORTER — A billboard advertising the new Halloween movie opening Friday was altered after a street artist swapped out an image of serial killer Michael Myers and replaced it with one of Maxine Waters. The gigantic billboard at Pico Boulevard in West Hollywood remains intact, only the congresswoman is now holding the sharp butcher knife in her right hand, looking ready to plunge it into an unsuspecting victim. The phrase "#Uncivil Democrats" has also been added.... (more)

3 days ago
NEWSMAX — The creator of the comic strip Dilbert predicted in a new interview that Republicans will turn out in droves to cast their votes on Election Day next month. Cartoonist and author Scott Adams, a supporter of President Donald Trump, spoke with Breitbart and said he believes the GOP will have large turnout -- although he noted that may not lead to the party retaining control of the House.... (more)

3 days ago
NEWSMAX — Democratic Party Chairman Tom Perez offered another variation of Michelle Obama's oft-stated advice on what to do if Republicans "go low." "When they go low, we go vote," Perez said while discussing the November midterm elections during a Friday interview on MSNBC's "Morning Joe."... (more)

3 days ago
WASHINGTON TIMES — Saudi Arabia acknowledged late Friday that journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, and claimed that he died in a fist fight. In a statement on Saudi state television, the government said 18 Saudi citizens have been detained pending the outcome of an investigation into the death of Mr. Khashoggi, a prominent government critic and legal U.S. resident.... (more)

4 days ago
WASHINGTON TIMES — Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is flatly denying an ABC News report that said he listened to, and read the transcript of, audio of columnist Jamal Khashoggi being murdered in the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul. ABC quoted a "senior Turkish official" for the bombshell story that indirectly confirms that such a tape exists and that a Saudi hit squad killed Mr. Khashoggi.... (more)

4 days ago
JERRY NEWCOMBE — My Irish-American blood recoils whenever I hear the word "Fredericksburg." So many young Irishmen were sent to a needless early death because of the slaughter that occurred in that Virginia city 53 miles south of Washington, D. C., during the American Civil War in December 1862.... (more)

5 days ago
TIMOTHY P. CARNEY — I began attending mass regularly in late 2000 at St. Joseph's on Capitol Hill. The pastor was Fr. Paul Lavin. I didn't know at the time, but in the prior decade, a man had accused Fr. Lavin of molesting him as a boy. A couple of years later, after I had moved to the other side of the Hill and mostly went to another parish, Fr. Lavin was suspended after a second accusation of sexual abuse came out.... (more)

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