Legal Experts: NYT’s ‘Bombshell’ Report Casts Skepticism on FBI, Not Trump

Several top legal experts say the New York Times‘ report that the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) launched a criminal and counterintelligence investigation into President Trump after he fired former FBI Director James Comey casts more skepticism on the FBI than on the president.

It was first reported in the Washington Post on June 14, 2017, that Special Counsel Robert Mueller was investigating Trump for obstruction, and that the investigation was launched days after he fired Comey. It was the first time an investigation into Trump himself was revealed. Previously, Comey had told Trump he was not personally under investigation.—More…

By Breitbart News - Tuesday, January 15, 2019

RECORD: 771 Migrants Apprehended at Texas Border on Day After Trump’s Visit

Border Patrol agents in the Rio Grande Valley Sector reported a new daily record for the number of migrants apprehended after illegally crossing in 2019. The record comes one day after President Donald Trump’s visit to the South Texas border region.

Rio Grande Valley (RGV) Sector agents reported the apprehension of a record-setting 771 migrants on Friday after President Trump visited the area one day earlier. The apprehensions mark a record-setting day from the sector and eclipsed the 456 apprehensions from the day before his visit.—More…

By Breitbart News - Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Men Don’t like Being Told Manliness Is a Malady. WashPost Doesn’t Get Why

Here’s an outside-the-box—not to say crazy (are you allowed to say crazy anymore?)—suggestion for the gang at the American Psychology Association: If you’re going to issue what Washington Post columnist Monica Hesse calls an “an indictment … of rigid, traditional masculinity,” you might want to talk to some “traditional” men first.

That way, you won’t be blindsided when some folks think your research belongs under the scientific classification of “crap.”—More…

By News on the Net -- NewsBusters- Tuesday, January 15, 2019

PC Mouthpiece Bill Maher Hilariously Called Out in Hollywood Billboards

It turns out there are still a few good-humored, politically-incorrect folks in Hollywood after all. Over the weekend, lefty-bashing street artist provocateurs publicly slammed HBO’s Bill Maher with a satirical billboard depicting him not as the thought leader he imagines himself to be, but as a rote purveyor of mainstream liberal propaganda. Specifically he was made fun of as being an “NPC.”

On Sunday pranksters from conservative street artist group “The Faction” decided to point out the fact that Maher might actually belong to this category, going after a Real Time with Bill Maher billboard located at the corner of La Cienega Boulevard & West Holloway in West Hollywood. “The Faction” spray painted a gray, expressionless face over Maher’s and changed the image’s tagline from “The Whole Truth and Nothing But” to “The Whole Narrative and Nothing But.” They also changed “HBO” to “NPC.”—MORE…

By News on the Net -- NewsBusters- Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Conservatives: Stop Giving Interviews To MSM Like The ‘Let-Us-Smear You’ New York Times

Conservatives: Stop Giving Interviews To MSM Like The ‘Let-Us-Smear You’  New York Times
A two-word response guaranteed to keep you safe from being “mischaracterized” and smeared as a “nationalist“ and “white supremacist” by the dirt-digging, devious New York Times: “NO COMMENT!

“No Comment” are the two most feared and hated words in the media industry because hanging up the phone after saying them makes it impossible for them to get the story they’re after.

By Judi McLeod - Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Expand Pharmacist Roles to Reduce ER Visits

Expand Pharmacist Roles to Reduce ER Visits
As I have recently experienced during a recent ER visit in northern Virginia, many cases presenting themselves are cases of sniffles of illegal aliens and their children who use the ER as their primary physician because ER visits are free to them, paid for by the U.S. taxpayers. 

A seven-year study just released on January 10, 2019, by the University of Waterloo in Canada found that pharmacists could dramatically reduce ER visits by “incorporating them with an expanded scope into the community or hospital emergency departments,” thus reducing the overcrowding of emergency rooms (ERs).

By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh - Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Canadian innovation falling behind U.S. and other developed countries, despite billions in governmen

Canadian innovation falling behind U.S. and other developed countries, despite billions in government programs
VANCOUVER—Canada’s innovation performance has declined in recent years and is falling further behind the U.S. and other developed countries, despite decades of costly innovation programs by successive federal governments, finds a new study released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank.

In fact, the current federal government allocated a staggering $8.2 billion to various innovation programs in its 2017 budget to encourage venture capital investment and create innovation superclusters, among other things.

By Fraser Institute - Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Saltbush Launches an EXIT PARIS Campaign

Saltbush Launches an EXIT PARIS Campaign
The growing Saltbush Club has announced a national campaign to support Australia’s immediate withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement.

The new group aims to prevent ratification or local enforcement of the Paris targets and taxes.

The Executive Director of The Saltbush Club, Mr Viv Forbes, said that Australia will suffer badly from the destructive energy policies being promoted in the UN’s war on cheap, reliable hydro-carbon fuels such as oil, diesel, gas and coal and the backbone industries that rely on them – mining and smelting, farming, fishing, forestry, processing and manufacturing.

By Viv Forbes - Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Coal Remains a Dominant Global Fuel in IEA Forecasts

Coal Remains a Dominant Global Fuel in IEA Forecasts
The International Energy Agency (IEA) released their 2018 Coal Market Report last month with forecasts through 2023. Coal accounts for 27 percent of total global energy and 38 percent of global electricity generation—the same market share it held in 1998. In 2017, global coal demand increased by 1 percent and electricity generation from coal increased by around 3 percent. IEA’s coal market report includes IEA’s five-year forecasts for global coal supply, demand, and trade, forecasting that global coal demand will remain fairly stable through 2023 as developing economies increase their coal demand, negating decreases by industrialized countries. IEA expects global coal demand to gradually decline from 27 percent to 25 percent, mainly due to growth in renewables and natural gas.

By Institute for Energy Research - Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Heartbreaking Footage Shows Missing Dog Chasing After His Owner’s Car After Being Abandoned

A dog left alone in an unfamiliar place, wondering where his owner is going — it’s a scene Pippa Jackson unfortunately knows too well.

Jackson is the founder of and executive director of Animal Rescue Fund of Mississippi (ARF), one the state’s largest no-kill animal shelters. She started the shelter in 2005 to help the countless animals affected by Hurricane Katrina. Today, one specific dog is keeping her up at night.—More….

By News on the Net - Tuesday, January 15, 2019

California lawmakers traveled to Hawaii with utility executives as wildfires raged

California lawmakers traveled to Hawaii with utility executives as wildfires raged
A group of California lawmakers took a trip to Hawaii with utility companies last year as wildfires wreaked havoc in their state.

During the junket, representatives from utility companies discussed with the bipartisan group of lawmakers just how much responsibility they should bear for wildfires – even as Pacific Gas & Electric Co. (PG&E) could be on the hook for several billions of dollars in damages for fires it caused over the past few years.— More…

By Fox News - Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Judge Forces Little Sisters of the Poor and Christian Groups to Fund Abortions

A group of charitable nuns will be forced pay for drugs that may cause abortions in their employee health plans as a result of a federal judge’s ruling Sunday.

The ruling by Judge Haywood Gilliam, a nominee of pro-abortion President Barack Obama, blocks the Trump administration from enforcing rules that provide wider religious exemptions to groups like Little Sisters of the Poor, the Washington Examiner reports.— More…

By LifeNews - Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Pro-Hezbollah activist posts photos with Rashida Tlaib at swearing-in ceremony

Rep. Rashida Tlaib, Michigan Democrat, was called out Monday after Palestinian activist Abbas Hamideh, a staunch defender of the terrorist group Hezbollah, posted photos of the two of them posing at her swearing-in ceremony in Detroit.

Mr. Hamideh tweeted a photo of himself Saturday with Ms. Tlaib along with the caption, “I was honored to be at Congresswoman @RashidaTlaib swearing in ceremony in #Detroit and private dinner afterward with the entire family, friends and activists across the country.”—More…

By Washington Times - Monday, January 14, 2019


The Daily Caller is taking the rare step of publishing this anonymous op-ed at the request of the author, a senior official in the Trump administration whose identity is known to us and whose career would be jeopardized by its disclosure. We believe publishing this essay anonymously is the only way to deliver an important perspective to our readers. We invite you to submit a question about the essay or our vetting process here.

As one of the senior officials working without a paycheck, a few words of advice for the president’s next move at shuttered government agencies: lock the doors, sell the furniture, and cut them down.

Federal employees are starting to feel the strain of the shutdown. I am one of them. But for the sake of our nation, I hope it lasts a very long time, till the government is changed and can never return to its previous form.—More…

By News on the Net -- Daily Caller- Monday, January 14, 2019

Sculpture of crucified Ronald McDonald sparks uproar in Israel

An artwork called “McJesus,” which was sculpted by Finnish artist Jani Leinonen and depicts a crucified Ronald McDonald, is seen on display as part of the Haifa museum’s “Sacred Goods” exhibit, in Haifa, Israel.

Christians aren’t lovin’ it.

A sculpture of a crucified Ronald McDonald sparked violent protests at a museum in Israel, where hundreds of Christians are calling for its removal, according to reports Monday.—More…

By News on the Net -- NY Post- Monday, January 14, 2019

Supreme Court passes on case removing Whitaker as acting AG

The Supreme Court denied an effort to strip acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker’s name from a pending case, swatting down a push to force the justices to send a signal that President Trump’s temporary pick is illegal.

Lawyers had asked the justices to remove Mr. Whitaker and substitute Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, arguing that he should be the rightful head of the Justice Department under the law, after former Attorney General Jeff Sessions was ousted last year.—MORE…

By Washington Times - Monday, January 14, 2019


BELLEVUE, WA – The Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms today reacted to the announcement from anti-gun billionaire Michael Bloomberg that he would finance his own presidential campaign if he decides to run by advising the former New York mayor that “the White House and our Constitutional Rights are not for sale.”

By CCRKBA - Monday, January 14, 2019

Man takes 2 employees hostage at New Jersey UPS facility, police say

A suspected gunman who allegedly took his ex-girlfriend and another woman hostage inside a New Jersey United Parcel Service facility on Monday was shot, officials said.

The man was shot hours after he barged into the UPS facility in Logan Township around 8:30 a.m. and took two employees hostage, Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office said in an afternoon news conference. Shots were initially fired inside the building, leading police to report it as an active shooter situation, but no one was struck by the initial gunfire.—More….

By Fox News - Monday, January 14, 2019

Artificial bug eyes

Artificial bug eyes
Single lens eyes, like those in humans and many other animals, can create sharp images, but the compound eyes of insects and crustaceans have an edge when it comes to peripheral vision, light sensitivity and motion detection. That’s why scientists are developing artificial compound eyes to give sight to autonomous vehicles and robots, among other applications. Now, a report in ACS Nano describes the preparation of bioinspired artificial compound eyes using a simple low-cost approach.

By American Chemical Society - Monday, January 14, 2019

Tired of Sardines?

... then try Rollmops, Surströmming, or Sushi, especially that tuna kind of Sushi! You’ll love it—until you’ll see the bill!

As Fox News reported “Self-described Japanese ‘Tuna King’ Kiyoshi Kimura paid a record $3 million for a 612-pound (278-kilogram) Bluefin tuna at the first new year’s [2019] auction in Tokyo on Saturday.” After trimming the skin etc., what’s left of the fish must cost the “Tuna King” around $ 6,000 for a mere pound of edible tuna.

Tired of Sardines?

Screen shot of a Fox News video.

By Dr. Klaus L.E. Kaiser - Monday, January 14, 2019

Conservative Leaders: Amazon Must Remove Anti-Christian Products That Violate Policies


On Friday, Media Research Center President Brent Bozell released the following joint letter to Amazon President Jeff Bezos calling on him to remove anti-Christian products that are available on the Amazon marketplace despite being a clear violation of company policies.

The full text of the letter is below:

January 11, 2019

Mr. Jeffrey Bezos
410 Terry Avenue N.
Seattle, WA 98109

Dear Mr. Bezos,

We are horrified to learn that Amazon is selling products containing some of the most disgusting and offensive anti-Christian images and messages we have ever seen. We are writing today to bring this matter to your attention, ask you to review the site for such materials, and remove these products immediately.—MORE…

By News on the Net -- NewsBusters- Monday, January 14, 2019

How the Border Crisis Caused a Crisis 2,500 Miles Away in Maine

How the Border Crisis Caused a Crisis 2,500 Miles Away in Maine
When Americans think about border security, they usually imagine the floods of migrants crossing the border and showing up in Texas and Arizona. The illegal migrant crisis is at its worst in places like El Paso where gang members released by a broken immigration system swarm the streets. Limited border fencing had previously helped sharply cut crime rates in El Paso, but it doesn’t end in El Paso.

2,500 miles away, Portland, Maine is experiencing a crisis that redefines the nature of the problem and whom it impacts. Illegal border invaders aren’t just from this continent. Anyone who can fly into South America and make their way up to Mexico has a shot at crossing the border and invading America.

By Daniel Greenfield - Monday, January 14, 2019

FLASHBACK: Democrats Built Tall Fence To Keep Protesters Out Of Their 2016 Convention

The Democratic National Committee embraced the idea of border protection in 2016 — as long as that border was around the building housing its national convention.

Protesters against the Democratic Party’s nomination of Hillary Clinton were met with tall fencing around the perimeter of the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia during July 2016. (RELATED: Trump Stands Up To Chuck And Nancy)—MORE…

By News on the Net -- Daily Caller- Monday, January 14, 2019

OPINION: It’s Time To Fight Boycotts With Boycotts — Starting With Red Lobster

While I normally do not like boycotts, I will no longer be enjoying an Admiral’s Feast or a Seaside Shrimp Trio from Red Lobster on my way home from work. It’s not because I don’t enjoy them — it’ s just that I enjoy freedom of speech far more.

It’s time for conservatives to start fighting corporate censorship boycotts with boycotts of our own. Let’s start with Red Lobster.—MORE…

By News on the Net -- Daily Caller- Monday, January 14, 2019

NERC: Rapid Retirement of Coal and Nuclear Units Could Cause Grid Instability

NERC is responsible for reliability of the electric grid
A December 2018 report by the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) indicates that acceleration of coal and nuclear plant retirements could result in black outs. NERC is an international nonprofit agency that examines and promotes grid reliability among utility systems in the United States and Canada. The agency released its Generation Retirement Scenario—a 44-page report—that found an aggressive rate of coal-fired and nuclear plant retirements could put the electric grid reliability at risk. Grid reliability is the ability of the system to deliver electricity as it is demanded. If electric utilities are not able to meet demand at any given time, a blackout could result. The retiring coal and nuclear power plants generate electricity 24/7, but wind and solar units that are replacing them produce power only intermittently—only when the wind blows and the sun shines—and natural gas units replacing them may not have sufficient infrastructure to ensure availability of the needed fuel.

By Institute for Energy Research - Monday, January 14, 2019

Preventing Deaths from Influenza

Preventing Deaths from Influenza, Vitamin C daily, Medi-C Plus
Death from influenza is always tragic. But it is particularly so when it occurs at a young age. This year an increasing number of influenza cases is being seen in emergency centers. And, as usual, thousands of North Americans will die from this seasonal disease. But are some dying needlessly?

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention in the U.S. reports that, for the first time in 13 years, every state reports an increase in influenza caused by an aggressive virus.

By Dr. Gifford Jones - Monday, January 14, 2019

Immigration loophole allows MS-13 gang members to go free

If the Trump administration had its way, Ramon Arevalo Lopez and Oscar Canales Molina would have been either in detention or deported.

Instead, they were out on the streets — thanks to judges’ orders — where, according to police, they and another illegal immigrant delivered an MS-13 gang beat-down to two high school students in New York.—MORE…

By Washington Times - Monday, January 14, 2019

IRS Admits It Encourages Illegals To Steal Social Security Numbers For Taxes

This isn’t exactly the kind of story the IRS wants buzzing around at tax time. The IRS and Justice Department normally want ‘scared straight’ stories just before Tax Day. Ideally, when an indictment or conviction for tax evasion hits the news, it makes you think twice. Somehow, you think just a bit more about all those deductions, or if you really reported all your income, before you sign your return under penalties of perjury.

Instead, we have the top dog at the IRS, the IRS Commissioner himself, admitting that, well, there’s a problem with illegal immigrants and taxes. In fact, the top IRS official this time wasn’t talking about how the IRS wipes some hard drives or can’t find emails. He wasn’t even asking for a bigger budget to give bonuses to IRS employees.—More…

By News on the Net -- Forbes- Monday, January 14, 2019