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Another Supreme Court Vacancy Seems More Likely

We first reported about the possibility of Supreme Justice Kennedy back in November. Now we finally have more evidence that Justice Kennedy will retire next year. Rick Hasen, the Chancellor’s Professor of Law at the University of California, Irvine School of Law in Irvine, and perhaps better known his Election Law

CNN Reporter Investigates Whether Trump is Guilty of a Twitter TOS Violation

Despite what you may have heard from the folks who indiscriminately praise Trump’s every move like he were Anthony Fremont in the “It’s a Good Life” episode of The Twilight Zone, I’m no fan of the left wing media and I agree they have been dishonest and unfair in their coverage of Trump. It

SOARING: Latest Trump Approval Numbers Released in Gallup’s Daily Tracking Poll

It’s been higher, actually. A new Gallup daily tracking poll doesn’t look good for President Trump, as far as the impression he’s giving the American people. According to the poll, Trump is about to hit 60 percent disapproval with U.S. voters. The disapproval rating, 57 percent, is slightly lower than when Trump reached record disapproval of

Dear GOP: Loyalty Should Be to Principles, Not People

If the 2016 election had gone as I would have preferred, we would be experiencing a Scott Walker administration right now. His solid, proven leadership in the state of Wisconsin is exactly the type of thing we need on the national stage. But that didn’t happen. The country wanted something else,

WATCH: Grant Stinchfield Provides The ‘Violent Left’ With This Truth Bomb

Last week, gun control advocates and lefties were freaking out over Dana Loesch’s NRA ad, “The Violence of Lies.” In the ad, Loesch condemns the left for using violence to push their political agenda. Apparently, the Brady Campaign had just stumbled across the video, despite it being released months. The gun control group

ATF Attempts to Solve Hundreds of Cold Cases

Myung J. Chun, Los Angeles Times  On Friday, the Department of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) decided to attempt to piece together approximately 125 unsolved cases. They did this by firing roughly 150 firearms that were confiscated during narcotics investigations in Los Angeles over the last two years. The firearms included

5 of This Weekend’s Dumbest Gun Sense Tweets

I love trolling Twitter, especially under some of the Second Amendment hashtags. In particular, my favorite hashtag to search is #GunSense. Pro-2A people have pretty much hijacked the hashtag and use it to prove how dumb gun control logic really is. Every now and then, however, there are actual gun control tweets. Some of them

Sacramento County Sheriff’s Deputy Shot in the Face by “Unarmed Black Man”

Shortly before 6:00 p.m. on June 27, 2017, a Sacramento County Sheriff’s Deputy was shot in the face by an unarmed black man after a violent, unprovoked attack. Deputy Alex Ladwig, a four-year veteran of the Sheriff’s Department, informed dispatch that a suspect was assaulting him on the lower platform of Regional Transit. Shortly

Economic Freedom Opens Path for Prosperity

A 2017 report about economic freedom around the world shows that countries that allow entrepreneurs to apply their ingenuity to offer products and services that people really want and need exhibit much better economic growth than highly restrictive nations that desperately need an Independence Day similar to the one celebrated

Stock Market Scores A+ On First Half of 2017 Report Card

The S&P 500 closed out the second quarter of 2017 on a mixed note, with some fierce sector rotation bringing about volatility that rattled investor’s nerves. As of June 30, the S&P 500 is up 8.34% year to date. Growth stocks were swept up in last week’s correction in technology stocks. Interestingly,