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Is Team Jihad here to stay?

When Amor Ftouhi stabbed a Flint police officer June 21, Americans feared the worst: Terrorism. When media reports revealed that Ftouhi yelled “Allahu Akbar” while doing it, the news came as no surprise.

Never-Trumps Infected By Fake News

By Lloyd Marcus

Watching MSNBC, I heard Chris Hayes list several bogus excuses for Ossoff losing in Georgia. Hayes placed Karen Handel receiving outside funds high on his list. I thought, Are you kidding me? Fake news media are committed 24/7 to deceiving Americans. Blocking Trump from implementing his and our agenda and impeaching him has become their sole reason for existence.

Leftopaths, the Cycle of Violence Continues

By Steven Neill

While the above phrase was written over 2,000 years ago, the author of Ecclesiastes composed one of the most profound truisms in history. There really is nothing new under the sun when it comes to human beings and that predictability has often been used by unscrupulous scoundrels to manipulate people. Such is the case in today’s democrats/leftists who are playing into the hands of Leftopathic leaders intent on creating the chaos needed to bring about a new world order.

SCOTUS allows most of Trump travel ban to go into effect - will hear oral arguments in the fall

By Robert Laurie

Today, the Supreme court agreed to hear oral arguments regarding President Trump’s travel ban that would impact people entering the U.S. from six predominantly-Muslim countries.  They’ll be hearing those oral arguments in the fall but, in the meantime, they’ve decided that most of the ban can go into effect.  It’s expected to take somewhere in the neighborhood of 72 hours for that to happen.

Our point-by-point rebuttal to Obama’s Facebook attack on the GOP health bills

By Dan Calabrese

Alternate headline: Guy whose signature legislative achievement was a disaster from the start is furious anyone noticed.

You knew he wouldn’t keep quiet, right? And to be fair, he never gave a George W. Bush-style vow of silence for the benefit of his successor. With Obama it was more like, I’ll only talk if I really want to.

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.

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:

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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Supreme Court Takes the Cake Case

WASHINGTON, DC -  The U.S. Supreme Court agreed today to hear Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission and decide whether the government can force a Lakewood, Colorado cake artist to use his artistic talents to create a wedding cake celebrating a same-sex ceremony.

Religious Liberty Victory at Supreme Court

WASHINGTON, DC - The U.S. Supreme Court ruled today in favor of religious liberty in Trinity Lutheran Church v. Pauley and voted 7-2 that excluding the Trinity Lutheran Church from public grant program violates the First Amendment’s Free Exercise Clause and the Fourteenth Amendment’s Equal Protection Clause.

The Conservative Predicament in Iran

By INSS -- Raz Zimmt -- World

The results of the recent elections are the latest development in a line of defeats that Iran’s conservatives have suffered in recent years. The difficulty faced by the conservative right in its efforts to recruit the support of the Iranian public can be explained by the conservative failure to provide a relevant response to demands regarding economics and individual freedoms.

The Puzzle of Steve Bannon

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.

East-West-North-South: The Race for Syria after the Islamic State

By INSS -- Udi Dekel -- World

The current race for control of territory in Syria now appears to be a competition between Iran and the United States, which have established two respective axes – with a vertical American (north-south) effort on the one hand, and a horizontal Iranian (east-west) effort on the other hand.

We should be glad the US is out

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.

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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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