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September 12, 2017
WASHINGTON EXAMINER House Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows, R-N.C., said Tuesday he endorsed Judge Roy Moore over Sen. Luther Strange in this month's Alabama Senate runoff election in part because of the way the Republican establishment worked against fellow HFC member Rep. Mo Brooks during the August primary.... (more)


September 12, 2017
BOB UNRUH The international wire service Associated Press has been called out for "pushing the Democratic Party's line" in a story about Republican Congress members planning to retire. John Hinderaker, at the popular Powerline blog, noted the AP "gleefully" headlined its story "Republicans jumping ship amid dissatisfaction in Trump era."... (more)


September 12, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES The country's voting machines are susceptible to hacking, which could be done in a way so that it leaves no fingerprints, making it impossible to know whether the outcome was changed, computer experts told President Trump's voter integrity commission Tuesday.... (more)


September 12, 2017
ART MOORE When the FBI was asked to release files related to Hillary Clinton's famous 33,000 deleted emails, the bureau insisted the former secretary of state and presidential candidate's privacy outweighed the "public interest" in disclosing the information.... (more)


September 12, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES According to local media in Charlottesville, about 100 students, faculty and local residents shrouded the statue in black and hung a banner on it saying "Black Lives Matter" and that "White Supremacy" should commit a sexual act. Others in the small rainy-night crowd carried signs reading "Thomas Jefferson is a racist and a rapist" and chanted "No Trump, No KKK, no racist UVa."... (more)


September 12, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES Ken Burns had promised himself there would be no more war films. After documentaries on the Civil War and World War II, the filmmaker famous for his exhaustive, multipart deep dives into history was looking forward to more films along the lines of his "Jazz" and "Baseball" works.... (more)


September 12, 2017
ILLINOIS FAMILY INSTITUTE Even knowing that there are radicals in all movements doesn't lessen the startling admission recently by lesbian journalist Masha Gessen. On a radio show she actually admits that homosexual activists are lying about their radical political agenda. She says that they don't want to access the institution of marriage; they want to radically redefine and eventually eliminate it.... (more)


September 12, 2017
MEDICAL KIDNAP A law professor at the oldest law school in the nation believes that there is no inherent right to parent one's own children. In an interview for CRTV about homeschooling, Professor James G. Dwyer told syndicated columnist Michelle Malkin that: The reason that parent-child relationship exists is because the state confers legal parenthood on people through its paternity and maternity laws.... (more)


September 12, 2017
LLOYD MARCUS Moving to a tiny town in the hills of West Virginia took me out of the loop for about a month -- no TV or internet with horrible cell phone service and too much static on the radio to listen to Rush. Upon finally getting back on line, I learned that the airways have been dominated by a bunch of scumbag haters calling themselves Antifa.... (more)


September 12, 2017
JIM TERRY Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings, a Democrat, recently said that Confederate monuments are propaganda. If that is the case, they are propaganda of the supporters of slavery, the supporters of the KKK, the supporters of Jim Crow laws, the supporters of anarchy. In other words, they are the propaganda of the Democrat Party. Those, and many more dubious qualities, are what the Democrat party has stood for historically and stands for today.... (more)


September 12, 2017
MICHAEL BRESCIANI This year makes an even fifty years that I have been studying the subject of Biblical prophecy. I have watched as some of the best biblical expositors on this subject have arisen to help guide the believers and some of the worst as well.... (more)


September 12, 2017
ALAN KEYES "From the beginning of our nation, Americans have joined together in prayer during times of great need, to ask for God's blessings and guidance. As response and recovery efforts continue, and as Americans provide much needed relief to the people of Texas and Louisiana, we are reminded of Scripture's promise that 'God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.'" (President Trump's National Day of Prayer Proclamation)... (more)


September 12, 2017
NEWSMAX The war against Islamic terrorism has not "really" changed in the 16 years since the 9/11 attacks in New York City and Washington D.C., former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani said Monday, but he's not "particularly surprised" by that.... (more)


September 12, 2017
BLOOMBERG Twenty miles may have made a $150 billion difference. Estimates for the damage Hurricane Irma would inflict on Florida kept mounting as it made its devastating sweep across the Caribbean. It was poised to be the costliest U.S. storm on record. Then something called the Bermuda High intervened and tripped it up.... (more)


September 12, 2017
NEWSMAX Hurricane Irma knocked out power to about 5.8 million homes and businesses in Florida, even as the storm weakened as it crept up the state's west coast, according to state officials and local electric utilities.... (more)


September 12, 2017
NEWSMAX The national debt has exceeded $20 trillion for the first time ever -- rising the same day President Donald Trump signed a bill into law suspending the debt ceiling and allowing unlimited federal borrowing. The debt ceiling had been frozen at about $19.84 trillion since mid-March, and the Treasury Department was forced to use "extraordinary measures" to prevent borrowing from exceeding that level, the Washington Examiner reported.... (more)


September 12, 2017
CNS NEWS The federal debt officially surpassed $20 trillion for the first time on Friday, as the debt subject to the legal limit set by Congress jumped $317,645,000,000 in one day--following President Donald Trump's signing of a spending-and-debt-limit deal that will fund the government through Dec. 8.... (more)


September 12, 2017
ALICIA POWE Democrats have been probing for more than a year allegations that the Trump administration colluded with Russia to interfere in the 2016 presidential election but have not presented any evidence.... (more)


September 12, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES The Supreme Court on Monday temporarily restored part of President Trump's travel ban, potentially blocking up to 24,000 refugees from being able to enter the U.S.... (more)


September 12, 2017
PAUL BEDARD An FEC bid to regulate politicking on the internet, possibly including news outlets like the Drudge Report, is being expanded to the biggest providers -- Google, Facebook and Twitter.... (more)


September 10, 2017
TAMPA BAY TIMES Streets throughout downtown had been empty for hours and people were returning to their homes to ride out Hurricane Irma ahead of the city's 6 p.m. curfew. But what they spotted on the way was too much to pass up for some people, including 10-year-old Felix Carrillo and his mom, Hilda Carillo.... (more)


September 10, 2017
WASHINGTON EXAMINER President Trump and members of his Cabinet bowed their heads in prayer as they met at Camp David in Maryland before the president offered words of support for those impacted and still threatened by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.... (more)


September 10, 2017
NEWSMAX Majority Leader Mitch McConnell asked President Donald Trump in one of their first meetings to stop his talk of "draining the swamp," according to former White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon.... (more)


September 10, 2017
THE TELEGRAPH North Korea's sudden advancement in developing nuclear weapons may be due to secret support from Iran, British officials fear. The Foreign Office is investigating whether "current and former nuclear states" helped Kim Jong-Un in his drive to mount nuclear warheads on missiles.... (more)


September 10, 2017
FOX NEWS Fresh evidence submitted in a major 9/11 lawsuit moving forward against the Saudi Arabian government reveals its embassy in Washington may have funded a "dry run" for the hijackings carried out by two Saudi employees, further reinforcing the claim employees and agents of the kingdom directed and aided the 9/11 hijackers and plotters.... (more)