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March 22, 2018
NEW YORK TIMES — Sometimes we see him as other hotel guests would have seen him: as the tall gambler intent on the video poker machine across the casino floor, or as the customer standing in line in front of you at the gift shop, buying snacks, or as the guy you briefly glance at as he waits for you to get off the elevator -- polite, unhurried, unmemorable.... (more)


March 21, 2018
NATIONAL REVIEW — The suspect in the Austin bombings blew himself up in his car early Wednesday morning as a SWAT team began to close in on his vehicle. Police used cell-phone technology to track the serial bomber to a hotel in the Round Rock vicinity after investigating suspicious store receipts and obtaining a warrant to scour his Google search history.... (more)


March 21, 2018
ART MOORE — "Devastated" and "broken" relatives of suspected Austin bomber Mark Anthony Conditt expressed shock that he was behind the deadly attacks over the past three weeks, saying they had "no idea of the darkness" he was in. Conditt, 23, blew himself up in his car in Round Rock, Texas, Wednesday morning as authorities closed in on him.... (more)


March 21, 2018
WORLDNETDAILY — A California father is boiling mad, demanding to know who authorized 12-year-old children to walk out of their middle-school classes for an anti-gun protest last week. The father, identified as John Gunn, videotaped his confrontation with Anacapa Middle School Principal Barbara Boggio, with the Ventura Unified School District in Ventura, California. He posted the video on Facebook after young kids left class last Wednesday for the National School Walkout. Gunn said the school never told him that the students would be allowed to leave class.... (more)


March 21, 2018
CBS - SACRAMENTO — Last week they protested gun violence. This week, Rocklin High School students are using social media to organize a pro-life walkout using the hashtag #life. "To honor all the lives of aborted babies pretty much. All the millions of aborted babies every year," said organizer Brandon Gillespie.... (more)


March 21, 2018
BOB UNRUH — A university student who was expelled from a theology class for nearly three weeks for reciting biological facts to the professor has been reinstated, just as another university was offering the opportunity to finish his studies there.... (more)


March 21, 2018
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — The White House national security team, already facing calls for the ouster of top adviser H.R. McMaster, was tagged by a key lawmaker with leaking confidential notes ordering President Trump not to congratulate Russian President Vladimir Putin for his election win.... (more)


March 21, 2018
WASHINGTON TIMES — The gun control movement notched a public relations coup with last week's massive school walkouts, but now school districts that pitched in to ensure the protest's success are stuck with the rising political and legal fallout. A week after the March 14 walkout, school officials are grappling with complaints from parents outraged by the specter of their kids engaged in political protesting on school time, as well as reports of criminal mischief committed by teens who treated the event as a get-out-of-class-free card.... (more)


March 21, 2018
WORLDNETDAILY — It's another prime example of how a good guy with a gun can save dozens of innocent lives when under attack by a madman hellbent on mass murder. A student gunman at Great Mills High School in Southern Maryland tore through the campus at 8 a.m. Tuesday, shooting and injuring two students.... (more)


March 21, 2018
FOX NEWS — A gunman who opened fire at Great Mills High School in Maryland was killed Tuesday after engaging an armed school resource officer, authorities said. The shooter, Austin Wyatt Rollins, 17, was the only fatality. Police said Rollins used a handgun to shoot a 16-year-old female student, who was identified by family members as Jaelynn Willey. She remains in the ICU with life-threatening, critical injuries.... (more)


March 21, 2018
DAILY CALLER — The student who shot two people at a Maryland school on Tuesday was legally prohibited from possessing or owning the firearm he used. The shooter, identified as 17-year-old Austin Rollins, was well below Maryland's 21-year age requirement to purchase or possess a handgun. Nonetheless, he reportedly used a 9 mm Glock to carry out the shooting.... (more)


March 21, 2018
NEWSMAX — A U.S. federal judge on Tuesday temporarily blocked a Mississippi law that enacted the tightest restrictions on abortion in the United States, in a ruling handed down a day after the governor signed the measure. The Mississippi law would prohibit abortion after 15 weeks of gestation, with some exceptions. It went into effect immediately after Republican Governor Phil Bryant signed it on Monday. State law previously banned abortion at 20 weeks after conception, in line with limits in 17 other states.... (more)


March 21, 2018
NATIONAL REVIEW — Two Republicans have introduced a bill in Ohio's House of Representatives that would ban all abortions statewide. While the legislation is unlikely to pass, sponsors hope it will "get the word out that life does begin at conception and move the debate in that direction," said one of its two sponsors, state representative Ron Hood. The bill defines an "unborn human" as a person under Ohio's criminal code.... (more)


March 21, 2018
LEE HIEB, M.D. — At a time we are worried about school shootings and gun violence, keep in mind the FDA/CDC Pharma consortium is getting away with mayhem and murder on a much larger magnitude. And only the victims are paying attention and the price.... (more)


March 21, 2018
WORLDNETDAILY — On a per-screen basis, the new movie about one of the most popular Christian songs of the modern era beat out a trio of heavy hitters at the box office last weekend. "I Can Only Imagine," earning $17 million in its first weekend, was No. 1 with a $10,400 per-screen average across 1,600 screens. That was double the average against its competition, "Black Panther," "Tomb Raider" and "A Wrinkle in Time."... (more)


March 19, 2018
WES VERNON — We fought a Civil War to force rebellious states to remain in the Union. Has anyone ever contemplated the possibility that at some point there may be movement to eject rebellious states out of the United States, to leave -- with or without their agreement to leave?... (more)


March 19, 2018
ALAN KEYES — Like a phantom blip on a radar screen, the special election in Pennsylvania is the result of a momentary systemic anomaly. Democrat Conor Lamb's apparent victory may not be a harbinger of things to come. Thanks to a federal court decision, district lines in that region of Pennsylvania have changed.... (more)


March 19, 2018
CNN — Austin police just confirmed what residents have feared for weeks -- a suspected serial bomber is attacking their city. For the fourth time this month, a device exploded on Austin residents. What makes Sunday night's blast especially terrifying is that the device was left on the side of a residential road and triggered by a tripwire, police said Monday. Investigators have found similarities between that device and three previous bombs, which were stuffed inside packages and left on residents' doorsteps, Austin Police Chief Brian Manley said.... (more)


March 19, 2018
WASHINGTON TIMES — Mississippi's governor says that by enacting a law that bans most abortions after 15 weeks of gestation, the state is "saving more of the unborn than any state in America, and what better thing can we do?" Republican Gov. Phil Bryant made the comments while he signed the law Monday in a closed ceremony, according to a video his office posted to social media.... (more)


March 18, 2018
SALT LAKE TRIBUNE — The last time Mitt Romney ran against a Kennedy for the U.S. Senate, he lost a bitter 1994 campaign in Massachusetts against liberal icon Ted Kennedy. Now, he is facing a Kennedy in Utah, but this one is a conservative Republican and not a member of that famous clan. Rep. Mike Kennedy, R-Alpine, announced Wednesday that he will challenge Romney for the GOP nomination for the seat being vacated by Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah.... (more)


March 18, 2018
ANDREW C. MCCARTHY — These columns have many times observed Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein's failure to set limits on Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation. To trigger the appointment of a special counsel, federal regulations require the Justice Department to identify the crimes that warrant investigation and prosecution -- crimes that the Justice Department is too conflicted to investigate in the normal course; crimes that become the parameters of the special counsel's jurisdiction.... (more)


March 18, 2018
BYRON YORK — Trump-Russia special counsel Robert Mueller is authorized to investigate "any links and/or coordination between the Russian government and individuals associated with the campaign of President Donald Trump." The popular word for that is collusion, and it remains at the heart of both the Mueller and the Senate Intelligence Committee investigations. (Majority Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee recently announced they were unable to find evidence proving collusion.)... (more)


March 18, 2018
CHANNEL NEWS ASIA — KABUL: Donald Trump flops over his pink and white baby walker and rolls it around his family's modest home in Kabul, blissfully unaware of the turmoil his "infidel" name is causing in the deeply conservative Muslim country.... (more)


March 18, 2018
VARIETY — Roadside Attractions-Lionsgate's faith-based "I Can Only Imagine" has crushed early box office forecasts with a surprisingly strong $17.1 million at 1,629 locations in North America. Recent estimates for "I Can Only Imagine" had been in the $2 million-$8 million range. It rang up the top per-site average by far among this weekend's wide release movies with $10,476, and it notched an A+ CinemaScore among patrons.... (more)


March 16, 2018
WASHINGTON TIMES — Attorney General Jeff Sessions has fired former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe less than two days before his retirement from the bureau. The firing, effective immediately, was announced late Friday night in a statement by the Department of Justice. Mr. McCabe was fired after a review by Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz recommended the dismissal after an internal review.... (more)