Father Frank Pavone: Trump Is ‘Most Pro-Life President We Have Ever Had’

Father Frank Pavone, national director of Priests for Life and Missionaries of the Gospel of Life and president of the National Pro-life Religious Council, heralded President Donald Trump as “the most pro-life president we have ever had,” offering his remarks in a Thursday interview on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight with hosts Rebecca Mansour and Joel Pollak.

Mansour asked about the theme of science for Friday’s March for Life in Washington, DC.—More…

By Breitbart News - Saturday, January 19, 2019

Kidnapped Canadian found dead, Burkina Faso officials say

A Canadian kidnapped this week in a restive region of Burkina Faso has been found dead, a spokesman for the security ministry has said.

Kirk Woodman was abducted after nightfall on Tuesday by a dozen gunmen at a mining site owned by the Vancouver-based Progress Minerals in the country’s north-east near the border with Niger, an area the government had said was under growing threat from armed jihadists.—More…

By News on the Net -- Guardian- Saturday, January 19, 2019

University of Georgia TA: ‘Some white people may have to die’ for blacks to advance

A University of Georgia teaching assistant who routinely attacks the concept of “whiteness” on social media took it a step further Wednesday when he declared that “some white people may have to die” in order for black people to advance.

“Some white people may have to die for black communities to be made whole in this struggle to advance to freedom,” UGA philosophy TA and Ph.D. student Irami Osei-Frimpong wrote in a now-deleted comment on the Overheard at UGA Facebook page, Campus Reform reported.—More….

By Washington Times - Saturday, January 19, 2019

The United Nations is trying to grab control of worldwide immigration policies

While President Donald Trump seeks funding for a border wall, the United Nations is seeking control of migration policies worldwide, with a campaign configured to undermine America’s sovereignty and control over its own borders. And, yes, if the U.N. has its way, America will help pay for it.

As with many of the U.N.‘s turf grabs, this campaign to co-opt national migration policy has been years in the making. Incremental in its origins, and swaddled in U.N. jargon and procedure, it has largely escaped the U.S. headlines. But it’s now reached the stage of becoming dangerous.

By Claudia Rosett - Saturday, January 19, 2019

Hospitals Guard Prices Like the CIA Guards Secrets

Way back in 2017, before we were on the Road to Nuremberg With Donald Trump, the Washington Post was outraged that hospitals were trying to make a profit. Like most stories involving reporters, economics and healthcare it was both wildly inaccurate and agenda–driven.

The story’s one useful service was it introduced the public to the slightly ominous term “Chargemaster.” At first glance, the term “Chargemaster” might be mistaken for the cause of the so–called epidemic of “mass incarceration.” A fiendish device district attorneys use to jail minorities captured during the government’s regular sweeps in low–income areas.

By Michael R. Shannon - Saturday, January 19, 2019

When environmentalism becomes corruption—Part 1

All across the United States, private property rights are under assault—assault by state and federal legislators and regulators, environmentalist groups, wealthy liberal foundations, corporations and other special interests, often acting in coordination or collusion with one another. They are seizing or taking control of lands and other valuable property without due process or just compensation, under a host of environmental and other justifications, many of which are fictional at best.

I have personally witnessed attempts to shut down the small mining industry in my state of Colorado. Exploration and development by this industry often results in discoveries of major deposits of minerals that are essential for everything we make, use and do—including medical equipment, cell phones, computers, aircraft, aerospace, automobiles, wind turbines, solar panels, batteries, and modern high-tech weapon and communication systems.

By Craig Liukko - Saturday, January 19, 2019

The “Quantum Glass” Battery Hype

There is a new battery type being hyped, with terms such as “Quantum Glass” battery or even “The Jesus Battery” and a claim that “It Will Ignite the Global $3 Trillion Electric Car Revolution.” Go and see it for yourself at investorplace.com (video transcript available from me), Forbes, and other financial information services.

This touted breakthrough in battery technology is the latest in a slew of innovative ideas that include “batteries made with sand,” “stretchable batteries,” “foam batteries,” “pee powered batteries,” “laser-made micro-super-capacitors” and more (13 Amazing Battery Innovations That Could Change The World ).

By Dr. Klaus L.E. Kaiser - Saturday, January 19, 2019

President Donald Trump Tells March for Life: I Will Veto Any Bill That Promotes Abortion

President Donald Trump told thousands of pro-life advocates at the March for Life that he plans to veto any bill that would promote abortion.

Now that Democrats are in control of the House, they’ve already passed a bill to fund Planned Parenthood’s International abortion agenda. And the next item on their list is forcing all Americans to fund abortions here in the United States.—More…

By LifeNews - Saturday, January 19, 2019


In 2002, then-prime minister Ariel Sharon wrote a letter to US president George W. Bush, informing him of his intentions to make a bold new initiative for peace by removing thousands of Jews from their homes in the Gaza Strip and completely withdrawing all Israeli forces, and he received a response from Bush.

In this letter, Sharon wrote, “The Palestinian Authority under its current leadership has taken no action to meet its responsibilities under the road map. Terror has not ceased, reform of the Palestinian security services has not been undertaken, and real institutional reforms have not taken place. The State of Israel continues to pay the heavy cost of constant terror.

By Barry Shaw - Saturday, January 19, 2019

Hundreds of Central Americans arrested for tunneling under border barrier, Border Patrol says

A group of 376 Central Americans reportedly made their way into the U.S. at the Arizona border this week via holes that were dug beneath a barrier, the Border Patrol said.

Members of the group were arrested after they entered the country on Monday. They did not attempt to avoid law enforcement prior to their apprehension, the Border Patrol said, according to The Associated Press.—More….

By Fox News - Friday, January 18, 2019

Mueller team disputes BuzzFeed report claiming Trump told Cohen to lie

Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s office on Friday issued an extraordinary statement disputing a bombshell news report that claimed President Trump directed Michael Cohen to lie about the timing of discussions over a proposed Trump Tower project in Moscow.

“BuzzFeed’s description of specific statements to the Special Counsel’s Office, and characterization of documents and testimony obtained by this office, regarding Michael Cohen’s Congressional testimony are not accurate,” Peter Carr, a spokesman for Mueller’s office, said Friday.—More…

By Fox News - Friday, January 18, 2019

Canada and the Exposure of China’s ‘High-Tech Nuclear Submarine’

TORONTO—In a push to make its brand a household name, Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei often taps into the favorite pastimes of the countries it’s trying to expand in. In Canada, the company is a major sponsor of “Hockey Night in Canada,” and in Poland, it has used soccer superstar and national team captain Robert Lewandowski to sell its brand.

In both countries, however, Huawei has received a barrage of negative publicity in recent weeks, being at the center of an escalating international spat between Canada and China, and linked to espionage in Poland.—More…

By Epoch Times - Friday, January 18, 2019

U.S. appeals court hands Texas victory in Planned Parenthood case

A federal appeals court Thursday overturned an Austin judge’s injunction that blocked Texas from ousting Planned Parenthood as a Medicaid health care provider.

The ruling by the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said U.S. District Judge Sam Sparks applied the wrong legal standard when he ruled in February 2017 that Texas officials acted “without cause” to remove a qualified organization from the federal-state program that provides health care to low-income people.—More…

By News on the Net -- Statesman.com- Friday, January 18, 2019

Migrant caravan freely crosses Mexican border after gates were left open, authorities avoided ‘confr

Around 1,000 Central American migrants marched freely through the Guatemala-Mexico border on Friday after the gates were left wide open, with Mexican authorities standing down from confronting the caravan.

The border gates were open only temporarily, but migrants – who crossed the bridge from Tecun-Uman to Ciudad Hidalgo – were surprised to find no locks on the gates, effectively giving them a free pass to enter the country without being stuck at the border or registering with immigration officials and now begin the trek to the U.S. border, which can range from between 1,000 to 2,500 miles depending on the point of entry.—More…

By Fox News - Friday, January 18, 2019

Pelosi says Trump derailed trip plans again with leak; White House calls claim ‘flat out lie’

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office accused the Trump administration on Friday of leaking plans for a congressional delegation to fly commercial to Afghanistan after they were denied military aircraft, saying the related security risks have forced them to postpone the trip—in the latest escalation of the bitter feud over the partial government shutdown.

The White House adamantly denied the leak allegation, calling it a “flat out lie.” And President Trump seemed to stand by his original decision a day earlier to revoke the military aircraft citing the need to negotiate a shutdown resolution.—More…

By Fox News - Friday, January 18, 2019

Rescuers race to save toddler who fell down 330-foot well

Rescuers in southern Spain are racing against the clock to save a 2-year-old boy who fell down a more than 330-foot-deep well — after the discovery of his hair confirmed he was trapped inside.

The boy, Julen Rosello, vanished Sunday when he wandered away while his parents prepared a countryside lunch near Totalan, a town northeast of Malaga.— More…

By News on the Net -- NY Post- Friday, January 18, 2019

Leftist Media Spins Negative Polling for Trump in 2020, Buries Good Stats

A PBS NewsHour, National Public Radio (NPR), and Marist poll reveals more of the political divide and media spin President Donald Trump has faced since his inauguration in 2017.

The PBS NewsHour article reporting on the poll is headlined: “57 percent of voters say they won’t support Trump in 2020.”—More…

By Breitbart News - Friday, January 18, 2019

Chamber of Commerce Globalists’ Latest Push: Tanking Reciprocal Tariffs

Rep. Sean Duffy (R-WI) is expected to introduce legislation this month, the United States Reciprocal Trade Act, which will give Trump the power to raise tariffs on specific foreign products if those countries’ tariffs are much higher on the same U.S. product.

“This is about the American worker,” Duffy has said about the legislation.—More…..

By Breitbart News - Friday, January 18, 2019

Jihadi Defence Lawyer Arrested for Financing Terrorism

A French lawyer, well-known for taking on cases in which he defended radical jihadists, has been arrested by French security services after being accused of helping to finance terrorist activity.

Paris lawyer Bruno Vinay was arrested on Tuesday by members of the Directorate-General of Internal Security (DGSI), France’s domestic intelligence agency, following the terror financing allegations, BFMTV reports.—More…

By Breitbart News - Friday, January 18, 2019

Two Sinaloa Cartel Smugglers Caught near U.S. with Weapons Cache

Mexican state police and soldiers arrested two Sinaloa Cartel operatives with an arsenal of rifles, ammunition, and a grenade on Wednesday. The pair were involved in drug smuggling activities near the California and Arizona borders.

The Mexican government announced the capture of two Sinaloa cartel operatives in Mexicali, Baja California, during an operation by elements of the State Preventive Police and the Mexican Army, according to local reports and law enforcement sources. The operation took place in the rural southeastern section of the municipality after police developed intelligence suggesting criminal activities in the immediate area. Sources say a criminal cell was operating small aircraft between clandestine landing strips to move drugs. The aircraft flew from Sinaloa to the California and Arizona borders, where vehicles waited to move the cargo into the United States.—More…

By Breitbart News - Friday, January 18, 2019

Trump Greeted at Pentagon with Standing Ovation, MAGA Hat

An attendee at President Donald Trump’s speech in the Pentagon on Thursday began waving what looked like a red Make America Great Again hat when the president walked onstage, in an apparent show of support for the president.

Some reporters inside the auditorium captured the moment:

Defense Department video, posted on DVIDs, also caught the moment — which begins at about 11:17 minutes into the video on the far upper left side.—More…

By Breitbart News - Friday, January 18, 2019

US service members killed in suicide blast in Syria, officials say

Four Americans were among several people killed by a suicide blast that struck near a U.S.-led coalition patrol in Syria on Wednesday.

Operation Inherent Resolve, the U.S.-led coalition against ISIS, originally confirmed that U.S. service members were killed during the explosion while conducting a routine patrol in the country.—More…

By Fox News - Friday, January 18, 2019

Suspect in deadly Texas church shooting reportedly in standoff at hotel

A standoff was underway at a hotel early Friday between SWAT members and a man whom authorities say had earlier fatally shot his estranged wife and critically wounded his estranged daughter outside a Roman Catholic church.

Arthur Edigin, 62, is believed to be inside a hotel in Houston off the Sam Houston Parkway, the Harris County Sheriff’s Office said. Negotiators were working to make contact with Edigin.—More…

By Fox News - Friday, January 18, 2019

Trump cancels US delegation’s trip to Davos summit, Sanders says

President Trump has canceled the U.S. delegation’s upcoming trip to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, “out of consideration” for furloughed Americans amid the partial government shutdown, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said in a statement Thursday.

“Out of consideration for the 800,000 great American workers not receiving pay and to ensure his team can assist as needed, President Trump has canceled his Delegation’s trip to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland,” the statement read.—More…

By Fox News - Friday, January 18, 2019

#WhyWeMarch: March for Life Shows Humans Are ‘Unique from Day One’

March for Life 2019 is celebrating how science and technology have revealed the humanity of the child in the very first stages of development in the womb.

The theme of Friday’s March for Life — the world’s largest pro-life event — is “Unique from Day One: Pro-Life is Pro-Science.”—MORE…

By Breitbart News - Friday, January 18, 2019

CNN, Politifact Downplay 2,000 Homicides Committed by Illegals

On Thursday’s New Day, CNN senior political analyst John Avlon presented another of his infamous “Reality Check” segments, which is more akin to liberal spin than an actual effort to clearly inform viewers about the issues.

The CNN analyst argued against a border wall as he cited Politifact to dismiss claims of 2,000 homicides being committed by illegal immigrants in one year being reported by ICE for FY2018.—MORE…

By News on the Net -- NewsBusters- Friday, January 18, 2019

Inside Judicial Watch: Our Top 5 Investigations of 2018

In this episode of “Inside Judicial Watch,” Senior Investigator William F. Marshall discusses some of our most significant investigations & corruption finds that took place in 2018, including the FISA abuse scandal, the infamous Clinton/Lynch tarmac meeting in 2016, the Mueller probe, and illegal immigration.

By Judicial Watch - Friday, January 18, 2019