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October 12, 2017
BOB UNRUH So Harvey Weinstein now reportedly is to be fleeing to Europe for therapy for his alleged habit of sexually harassing and assaulting young women, and the A-listers who profited from his movie business are left to say they are shocked, yes, shocked, at his unacceptable behavior. But is that really the truth? Likely not for all.... (more)


October 9, 2017
ALAN KEYES U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller is reportedly concerned with the possibility that President Trump "could try to pardon people in his circle even before prosecutors charge anyone with a crime."... (more)


October 9, 2017
JUDI CALER In the novel "1984," George Orwell's unsettling prophecy of a totalitarian society, Newspeak was the official language of Oceania. It was devised to limit freedom of thought. New words were invented, undesirable words eliminated, and the remaining words redefined or limited in scope to further the Party's ideology. If something can't be said, it can't be thought, making a diverging thought unthinkable.... (more)


October 9, 2017
JOAN SWIRSKY From the founding of America 241 years ago, those opposed to the Founding Fathers' noble aspirations of freedom for all, and a government in which citizens – and not kings or dictators – decide who will represent them, have waged fierce resistance.... (more)


October 9, 2017
CLIFF KINCAID A book by an associate of Barack Hussein Obama predicted a "permanent progressive governing coalition" would be solidified by the presidential election of 2016. But the prediction in the book Brown is the New White ran into the reality of a Donald J. Trump victory.... (more)


October 9, 2017
CLIFF KINCAID Why is there no motive for the Vegas massacre? Why did Stephen Paddock have a secret life? It is terrible to contemplate, but the possibility that Stephen Paddock was an undercover federal operative or informant cannot be ruled out. He may have been set up or used by ISIS and/or a federal agency in a scheme that backfired.... (more)


October 9, 2017
LOS ANGELES TIMES Police have dramatically changed their account of how the Las Vegas massacre began on Oct. 1, revealing Monday that the gunman shot a hotel security guard six minutes before opening fire on a country music concert -- raising new questions about why police weren't able to pinpoint the gunman's location sooner.... (more)


October 9, 2017
THE HILL Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) said in an interview broadcast Sunday that no law could have stopped the suspected shooter, Stephen Paddock, who was behind last week's mass shooting in Las Vegas. Feinstein spoke on CBS News's "Face the Nation" about gun legislation in the wake of the attack launched from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel targeting a country music concert.... (more)


October 9, 2017
CBS NEWS A note found in the hotel room of the man who shot into a crowd from his perch in a Las Vegas high-rise included hand-written calculations about where he needed to aim to maximize his accuracy and kill as many people as possible.... (more)


October 9, 2017
CNS NEWS The number of people working for the federal government has declined by 13,000 in 2017, according to data released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. At the same time, overall government employment in the United States increased by 7,000 as the number of people working at the state government level and the local government level both increased.... (more)


October 9, 2017
ROBERT KNIGHT At a forum at the College of William & Mary on Sept. 27, the ACLU got a sample of what conservatives have been experiencing on campuses for years. As Claire Gastanaga, executive director of the ACLU of Virginia, began speaking to a small audience, a group of demonstrators marched in with a large banner that said, "Blood on Your Hands." They lined up in front of the stage, holding placards.... (more)


October 9, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES The last thing the NFL needed as it struggles with declining ratings, falling ticket prices and fan outrage was a major take-a-knee dust-up Sunday involving Vice President Mike Pence, but that's what the league got. Mr. Pence walked out of the Indianapolis Colts game after 23 players for the visiting San Francisco 49ers knelt in protest on the sideline during the national anthem at Lucas Oil Stadium.... (more)


October 9, 2017
PAUL BEDARD Over just one month of player, coach, and owner protests of the flag and National Anthem, the National Football League has gone from America's sport to the least liked of top professional and college sports, according to a new poll.... (more)


October 9, 2017
CHERYL K. CHUMLEY Is nothing sacred any longer? A Massachusetts museum that was created in honor of Dr. Seuss is under fire for a mural of a Chinese character from one of his books that critics say is stereotypical to the point of offensive. Specifically, as Fox News noted, the "And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street" character represents a "jarring racial stereotype" to three other authors -- Mo Willems, Mike Curato and Lisa Lee.... (more)


October 9, 2017
LIFE NEWS On October 5th, African-American actress Stacey Dash criticized Planned Parenthood for targeting black women for abortions and said she's tired of hearing that the organization is pro-woman and pro-minorities. Dash is best known for her television appearances on shows like "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" and "Single Ladies." She also starred in the 1995 film "Clueless."... (more)


October 7, 2017
DAILY WIRE On Wednesday, country singer Eric Church put on an emotional tribute for the victims of the Las Vegas massacre while performing at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. Church was the Friday headliner at the Route 91 Harvest Festival, which was targeted by a gunman Sunday night, resulting in 58 killed and nearly 500 others injured.... (more)


October 7, 2017
CNN In addition to his frequent forays into casinos and gun shops, Las Vegas strip killer Stephen Paddock took 20 cruises, many of them in Europe and the Middle East, investigators have learned.... (more)


October 7, 2017
LEO HOHMANN Despite the persistent claims by the Islamic State that it was behind the worst mass shooting in U.S. history, the Clark County Sheriff's Office said again Friday it has no evidence of any connection between the killer, Stephen Paddock, and the Islamic terrorist organization.... (more)


October 7, 2017
CAMPUS REFORM Just days after the horrific massacre in Las Vegas, and just 5 miles away from the scene, a University of Nevada-Las Vegas professor told her class that President Trump is to blame. In a video obtained by Campus Reform, UNLV Assistant Professor Tess Winkelmann is seen addressing her History 407 class.... (more)


October 7, 2017
ART MOORE A collection of conservative leaders have written to President Trump, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan expressing "grave concern" about a joint resolution approved by the Senate and House targeting "hate speech."... (more)


October 7, 2017
BOB UNRUH The Trump administration Friday has proposed a new rule that eliminates President Obama's requirement that religious organizations pay for contraceptives for their employees in violation of their faith.... (more)


October 7, 2017
NEWSMAX Three men have been arrested since May of last year on charges of plotting attacks in New York City for Islamic State in the summer of 2016, U.S. prosecutors said on Friday. The planned attacks, which were thwarted by law enforcement, included detonating explosives in Manhattan's Times Square and in the city's subway, according to the office of Acting U.S. Attorney Joon Kim in Manhattan.... (more)


October 7, 2017
BOB UNRUH Former FBI director and now special counsel Robert Mueller is investigating alleged influence by Russia on the 2016 presidential election, and he reportedly has expanded the scope to the business interests of associates of President Trump, but has yet to present evidence of any crime.... (more)


October 7, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES NFL ticket prices have plummeted in the wake of the uproar over the national anthem protests, dropping for the first time this year below the 2016 season's prices. An analysis released Friday by CNBC found that ticket prices during the first three games of the 2017 season enjoyed a 20-40 percent increase over last year, but then skidded in Week 4 and actually dropped by 2 percent in Week 5.... (more)


October 7, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES President Trump renewed his push Friday for the Senate to end the filibuster rule, calling it "a death sentence" for Republicans. "It's a disaster," Mr. Trump told former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee in an interview. "If they don't get rid of it, it's just a death sentence." The president said when he took office, he thought Congress would present him with a "beautiful" bill to repeal Obamacare. But Senate Republicans, holding a four-vote majority, have failed in their attempts to approve a bill, most recently last week.... (more)