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Rooting out vote fraud

Jul 24, 2017 — News on the Net

Judging by the unhinged reaction this past week to the first public meeting of President Trump’s blue-ribbon voter fraud panel, progressives are terrified.

They’re fearful that these election experts are actually going to do the job they’ve been given — uncovering the extent to which the nation’s voter rolls are vulnerable to fraudulent activity. How else to explain the panic and shots fired before the commission even met?—More…

Donald Trump is America’s first wartime president in the Culture War.

Jul 24, 2017 — News on the Net

My Leftist friends (as well as many ardent #NeverTrumpers) constantly ask me if I’m not bothered by Donald Trump’s lack of decorum.  They ask if I don’t think his tweets are “beneath the dignity of the office.”  Here’s my answer:

We Right-thinking people have tried dignity.  There could not have been a man of more quiet dignity than George W. Bush as he suffered the outrageous lies and politically motivated hatreds that undermined his presidency.  We tried statesmanship.  Could there be another human being on this earth who so desperately prized “collegiality” as John McCain?  We tried propriety – has there been a nicer human being ever than Mitt Romney?  And the results were always the same.—More…

Charlie Gard’s Parents End Their Fight to Save His Life, Say It’s Too Late for Experimen

Jul 24, 2017 — News on the Net

The parents of the little boy Charlie Gard, who had been fighting a hospital to save his life say they are ending their legal battle to get him an experimental treatment.

Chris Gard and Connie Yates wanted to take their son to the United States for an experimental treatment. They raised more than $1.5 million for his care. His parents said they know the chance of the experimental treatment working is slim, but they want to try anyway for Charlie’s sake.—More…

State Dept. to Turkey: ‘Strong Concerns’ over Release of U.S. Troop Locations in Syria

Jul 24, 2017 — News on the Net

A U.S. Department of State spokesperson said on Friday that it has raised “strong concerns” to Turkey over its state-run news agency’s release of data showing the location of U.S. troops leading military efforts against Islamic State terrorists in Syria.

“We’ve raised our strong concerns with publication of this information with senior Turkish government officials, as we do any time we have concerns about risks to US military or civilian personnel,” the spokesperson told Breitbart News when asked about the Anadolu news agency’s published list of U.S. military bases and outposts.—More…

The $1,000,000 Surgical Error

Jul 24, 2017 — News on the Net

Many years ago I wrote, “The problem with laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery is it leaves the impression that tiny incisions mean a simple, uncomplicated way to perform an operation. Unfortunately, this is not always the case as catastrophic complications can happen.”  Recently, a Canadian Medical Protective Association (CMPA) survey confirmed the potential dangers of keyhole surgery. So what went wrong to cause a $ 1,000,000 settlement?

The CMPA reviewed 423 surgical cases involving keyhole surgery. It revealed that patients suffered a number of injuries to the bowel, blood vessels, nerves, and reproductive organs. There were 46 deaths. 

Operations that resulted in the most trouble were hysterectomy, other gynecological procedures, removal of the gallbladder, appendix and kidney.

Felon named ‘Fellony’ charged with new felonies

Jul 24, 2017 — News on the Net

What’s in a name? In the case of one Oregon man, a lot.

A 22-year-old named Fellony Hudson is accused of felony kidnapping, felony eluding, felony possession of a stolen vehicle and several misdemeanors after police pursued him across state lines.—More..

Orthopedic surgery in Canada: Most had positive outcomes, but one-in-four found the wait too long

Jul 24, 2017 — News on the Net

As news reports profile orthopedic surgery patients frustrated with lengthy wait-times, a unique Angus Reid Institute survey of more than 1,500 Canadians who have undergone orthopedic surgery within the last ten years finds large majorities satisfied with their surgeon, hospital, and surgery outcome, but a significantly smaller number satisfied with the amount of time they had to wait.

Michelin debuts airless tyre concept that never needs to be replaced

Jul 24, 2017 — News on the Net

Earlier this month, Michelin—the company behind the chubby white tyre man we all know and love—unveiled a revolutionary new airless tyre concept. The ‘Visionary Concept’ tyre is 3D printed from recycled biodegradable materials and is designed to be the puncture-proof tyre of the future.

The Visionary Concept is actually a tyre and wheel combo. which mimics the structure of coral or the human lung, by being constructed from a number of smaller cells. This biomimetic structure is designed to be generative, meaning that the tyre never needs to be replaced, by enabling fresh tread to be added via 3D printing.—More…

Black, Millennial, Female and… Conservative

Jul 24, 2017 — News on the Net

Antonia Okafor, a young, single, black woman, recently discovered that’s she’s a racist, sexist, misogynist. How in the world did this happen? None other than Antonia Okafor explains with PragerU.


Immigrants in Trump’s America Now Deported for Running a Red Light

Jul 23, 2017 — News on the Net

Just before 7 a.m. on May 11, Jonatan Palacios quietly closed the door to his apartment in Haverford, Pennsylvania, to avoid waking his wife. In the parking lot, he got into his car to drive to the restaurant where he works as the head cook. But as he pulled out of his parking space, Palacios saw two law enforcement officers in his rearview mirror walking toward his car. As they got closer, Palacios, who is an undocumented immigrant, could see the small logo on the upper left side of their chests—and knew they were from immigration. He checked the door handles, and felt a moment of relief when he realized the doors had locked automatically.

The immigration agents knocked on the window and asked him to get out of his car. Palacios froze. After a few seconds, he told the agents through the glass that he needed to make some phone calls. He called his boss to tell him he wouldn’t make it to work, his lawyer, and his wife, an American citizen, who was still asleep in the apartment. She came to the parking lot to ask the agents if they had a warrant to arrest her husband.—More…

Scaramucci vows to ‘create a more positive mojo,’ cut White House staff to stop leaks

Jul 23, 2017 — News on the Net

U.S. President Donald Trump’s new communications director says he will take “dramatic action,” including cutting staff, if leaks originating from the administration don’t stop.

In his first round of cable TV news interviews since being named to one of the top jobs in Washington, D.C., Friday, Anthony Scaramucci told Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace that he plans to tackle head-on the “high level of unprofessionalism” at the White House.—More…