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To the BLM, hippies and nudists more equal than ranchers with cattle

By Judi McLeod

No rancher’s cattle straying away to graze the grass on land the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) considers their own will ever get away with it.

While seven ranchers still languish in jail awaiting trial from incidents connected to the 2016 Malheur National Forest Standoff where rancher LaVoy Finicum was shot down under questionable circumstances, up to 30,000 aimless hangers on to the Rainbow Family of Living Light have outfoxed he BLM once again.

We should be glad the US is out

By Paul Driessen & David R. Legates

Ten states, some 150 cities, and 1,100 businesses, universities and organizations insist “We are still in”—committed to the Paris climate agreement and determined to continue reducing carbon dioxide emissions and preventing climate change. In the process, WASI members claim, they will create jobs and promote innovation, trade and international competitiveness. It’s mostly hype, puffery and belief in tooth fairies.

The Puzzle of Steve Bannon

By Douglas V. Gibbs

Steve Bannon has been Trump’s right-hand man, and ever since that elevation the former head of Breitbart has been under constant attack. According to the liberal left Democrats, Bannon is a Nazi, a bigot, and an extreme right-wing crazy.

What Ossoff did to Handel in Georgia-6 is “unforgivable”

Even before I saw the election results Wednesday morning, I knew Republican Karen Handel had won the Georgia special election because the Atlanta Journal-Constitution had other stuff on its front page. “Hawks Trade Dwight Howard to Hornets” ran the headline under the cover picture. “Karen must have won!” I concluded, accurately.

Top Nebraska Democrat canned for cheering shooting of Republican congressman

By Matthew Vadum

(language warning)

Sometimes the bloodlust of the American Left knows no bounds.

First, Bernie Sanders fan James T. Hodgkinson shot and gravely wounded House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) in an assassination attempt. It was the first time a federal lawmaker had been shot since then-Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.) was shot in 2011.

When Evangelicals Become Useful Idiots for Islamism

By James Simpson

Our culture looks to be coming apart at the seams. The June 14 attack on the GOP Congressional Baseball team is only an exclamation point in an increasingly hostile, increasingly violent, premeditated campaign by Democrats and other leftists to create an atmosphere of ungovernable anarchy. The Christian church has not escaped this agenda.

Not so fast, Mr. Scaramucci, CNN anything but classy

By Judi McLeod

An early morning Tweet posted by Anthony Scaramucci, an adviser to Trump during the presidential campaign and a member of his transition team’s executive committee, after CNN removed from its website, scrubbing all links from its social media accounts, a story involving an investigation of a Russian investment fund with potential ties to several associates of President Donald Trump:

HOLLYWOOD GOES OFF THE DEPP END

By Jeff Crouere

It is getting extremely difficult to keep track of the ever increasing number of fading Hollywood stars threatening to harm or kill President Donald Trump. The latest outrage occurred when overrated actor Johnny Depp joked about assassinating the President at a U.K. music festival.

Progressives moving in on conservative states in droves

By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh

Liberals from California and smaller blue states are exerting their influence on the electoral process in red states, determined to flip them to blue, and, by and large, are succeeding with the exception of the most recent election in Georgia’s 6th district where Democrats spent over $23 million, the most in the history of the House of Representative elections ever.

How the Asbestos Hysteria Led to the Grenfell Tragedy

By Michael Fumento

There was no single cause of the tragic 24-story Grenfell Tower conflagration in London. The British newspaper The Telegraph lists eight factors, including lack of dual staircases, lack of sprinklers both outside and inside, and sub-standard fire doors—none of which at this time appear to have violated the law. But nothing contributed more to the sheer speed of the spread, blocking both exits and preventing rescues, and hence the horrific death toll, than what’s called “cladding.” That’s a covering or coating on the structure.

Planned Parenthood’s Desperate Attempt to get Jon Ossoff Elected

By Judi McLeod

If the truth, rather than media propaganda got to tell the story, this is what really went down in Tuesday’s special Georgia election:

Planned Parenthood poured big money in trying to elect Democrat pro-abortion crusader Jon Ossoff to Congress in Tuesday’s special election in Georgia—but ended up instead aborting aborting his election chances.

Democrats trapped in their hate-filled corner

By Judi McLeod

So-called ‘White Obama’ Jon Ossoff’s defeat in the special election for Georgia’s 6th Congressional district yesterday makes it clear that the Democrats are going down in the water for the third time with no lifeguard coming to save them.

OFA Organizing for Anarchy Recruitment

By Judi McLeod

Five months after his blatantly hypocritical ‘I-wish-the-new-president-well’  departure from the White House,  Organizing for America is raising money for Obama as Leader of the Resistance poised to take President Donald Trump down.

‘Hiker of the Appalachian Trail’ lectures cussing senior citizens

By Judi McLeod

You would think that Republican Congressman Mark Sanford media-dubbed as “hiker of the Appalachian Trail”, would be the last one to blame President Donald Trump for being “partially to blame” for the severe divide in politics currently plaguing the nation.

Within the passing of a single day: From Baseball Practice to the Interstate

By Judi McLeod

Yesterday it was a hate-crazed, anti-Trump, Bernie Sanders supporter shooting and critically wounding House Majority Whip, Steve Scalise and injuring three others at a baseball practice.

The day before, at 4 p.m. EST, Tuesday it was a truck driver taking shots at a vehicle displaying an American flag and a ‘Make America Great Again’ flag.

“Jihadi Jane” Lands a New Gig—(Kathy Griffin to Entertain ISIS)

By William Kevin Stoos

—Satire

“Americans just don’t appreciate good humor these days,” lamented Kathy Griffin in a hastily planned phone interview with Hugh Betcha, Ace Reporter for the StoosViews International Media Conglomerate. Hugh, winner of the CNN award for “Conservative Reporter We Would Most Like to Hang With, 2017,” a reporter respected on both sides of the aisle in Foggy Bottom, who walks with kings and princes—recently returning from the Mideast where he was asked to secretly broker a peace treaty between the Palestinians and Israel—is the go to guy when Hollywood wants publicity.

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Is There Still Hope For Higher Oil Prices?

Oil prices have cratered in recent weeks, dipping to their lowest levels in more than seven months and any sense of optimism has almost entirely disappeared. All signs point to a period of “lower for longer” for oil prices, a refrain that is all too familiar to those in the industry.

Conservatives are Cool, Liberals are Losers

The street artist Sabo recently introduced artwork depicting President Donald J. Trump sitting in the lotus position. His hands are not in serene mudras associated with the lotus, but are instead flipping the bird. Take that media! Take that Deep State!

Step Up or Step Out

Two more lost elections since Trump became president and Democrats are just scratching their collective heads. South Carolina and Georgia went, again, to the Republicans in what was estimated to be close races…NOT!

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AV’s mean more safety and savings for U.S. drivers

EDGEWATER, Maryland — Visitors to the General Motors Futurama pavilion at the New York World’s Fair of 1939 saw something quite amazing for its time: an automated highway system.  It was a dazzling display of thousands of cars and trucks operating without driver assistance for maximum traffic flow and efficiency.

The Horticultural Alice

When Lewis Carroll penned Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland in 1865, followed six years later with Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There he must never have thought that over 150 years later they would never have been out of print. As most know, ‘Lewis Carroll’ was the pen name of Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, a mathematician and lecturer at Christ College, Oxford.

Centipedes and Millipedes

Often found in damp gardens, a Victorian poetess elucidated:

The centipede was happy, quite
Until the toad in fun, said,
“Pray which leg goes before which?”
And she laid distracted in the ditch
Figuring how to run

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