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Gun Control Senator Goes Full Derp After Watching Latest NRA Ad

Dear God, these people are horrid. Liberal Conneticut anti-Second Amendment Senator Chris Murphy loves to push the envelope with his inflammatory gun control narrative, but his response to the latest NRA ad featuring Dana Loesch calling for Americans to stand up to the violent left with “the clenched fist of truth” is

When a Robber Hit him With Pepper Spray, This Brooklyn Gun Store Owner Got the Last Blast

One dumb criminal learned a valuable lesson Wednesday morning when he attempted to rob guns from a sporting goods store: don’t bring pepper spray to a gunfight. The Darwin Award nominee entered the DF Brothers Sports Center on New Utrecht Avenue in Bensonhurst, NY around 10:55 a.m. and asked to see

[WATCH] Baltimore Police Release Video of Deadly Shootout on City Bus

What the heck? On Wednesday, Baltimore County Police released surveillance video from a bizarre shootout on June 7, 2017, between police and 35-year-old Blaine Robert Erb that began, of all places, on a city bus! Police responded to the report of an armed robbery in progress. When arriving at the scene police learned the suspect fled onto the No

BREAKING: Shooting Reported At Bronx-Lebanon Hospital

At 2:55 p.m. EST, the New York Police Department received reports of shots fired at the Bronx-Lebanon Hospital. Due to reports of a shooting incident at Bronx Lebanon Hospital, avoid the area of 1650 Grand Concourse. More information to follow. — NYPD NEWS (@NYPDnews) June 30, 2017 The scene is still active and

Shocker! ‘Obamaphone’ program a fraud-fest (open thread)

**Written by Doug Powers Here’s a quick open thread for a holiday weekend Sunday while I get the fireworks show prepped for Tuesday night. Leading it off is perhaps the least surprising news of the past decade: The “Obamaphone” program is a fraud-fest: A new government audit finds more than a third

Revolutionary Ancestors: Sidney & Alinsky Part II

Subtitle: Alinsky Lives. Don’t look for fundamental principles in Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals. You won’t find them. In her 1969 college thesis, Hillary admitted frustration in trying to make sense of his inconsistencies. So, as the title implies, Alinsky doesn’t expound on philosophical nostrums, but rather delivers tactics with which

Study: No One Issue Clearly Unites 5 Groups Of Trump Voters

Emily Ekins pushes back against the idea of one type of Trump voter. Her research for the Voter Study Group reveals the coalition that delivered President Trump the White House. LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: There are lingering questions about what motivated voters on both sides of the ideological divide in the

Did a Planetary Society citizen scientist help find one of Earth’s biggest impact craters?

Did a Planetary Society citizen scientist help find one of Earth’s biggest impact craters? About 66 million years ago, a 10-kilometer-wide hunk of rock smashed into Earth near what is now Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula.The impact created a global dust cloud that snuffed out the sunlight, leading to the demise of

Podesta: ‘It’s on the FBI’ That DNC Servers Weren’t Turned Over

John Podesta said he has no idea whether intelligence agencies asked Democratic National Committee officials for their Russian-hacked servers or whether they turned them over for investigation. "That was a matter for the DNC," the former Clinton campaign chairman told host Maria Bartiromo. Podesta insisted he fulfilled his obligations by

AMERICA PRAYER VIGIL 7-3-17 {Prayer}

Join with Fellow FREEPERS to Pray for our PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP/VICE PRESIDENT MIKE PENCE and AMERICA: Government, Family, Military, Business, Education, Churches, and the Media. 'And this is the Confidence that we have in Him, that, if we Ask Anything According to His Will, He Heareth us.' 1 John 5:14

Lamborghini Smoking Up on Miami Beach Causing Traffic Delays

A Lamborghini that suddenly began to emit smoke is causing massive traffic delays along a popular Miami Beach street. Drivers taking Ocean Drive experienced delays in their commute Sunday when a Lamborghini began emitting smoke. The driver told NBC 6 he has no idea what caused the luxury rental car

Graphene set to enable terahertz technology, says team

Terahertz technology enabled via graphene could boost the capacity of future data networks, according to researchers at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden. Andrei Vorobiev, pictured, senior researcher, said: “One of graphene’s special features is that electrons move much faster than in most semiconductors used today. Thanks to this, we

California Company Builds Pizza-Making Robots That Can Churn Out a Hot Pie Every Nine Seconds

A great pizza dough flipper probably can’t turn out one perfectly shaped pizza dough every nine seconds, but one California company’s robotic pizza dough press can make a great pie at that whiplash-inducing rate. Silicon Valley start-up Zume Pizza has nearly fully automated the process of making fresh, made-to-order pizza

Democratic Voters Roundtable: Finding A Cohesive Message Ahead Of Midterm Elections

LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: Republican divisions have been front and center in the debate over the party's health care legislation. But the Democrats are not without their own problems. The party has lost a string of special elections many Democrats had hoped that the party could win. And since the 2016

Turkey to stop teaching evolution in high school

Turkish high school students will no longer be taught the theory of evolution. The subject has been cut from the curriculum under changes made to eliminate “controversial” topics, the head of the national board of education, Alpaslan Durmus, announced in a video address. “If our students don’t have the background,

British rabbis want top Sephardi peer fired for pro-homosexuality comments

A group of rabbis in London for the country’s top Sephardi rabbi to be fired over his comments welcoming growing acceptances of homosexuality. Rabbi Joseph Dweck, who serves as senior rabbi at London’s S&P Sephardi Community, came under fire after saying at a lecture last month that societal acceptance of

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