One of the very many things that has been hammered home in the President Donald Trump era – is that if the media wants to make a non-story a story, they certainly can. At least for them and theirs. No matter how ridiculous and fact-free the tale. It can be patently
Well, chalk up a win. Out of a host of stumbles and losses, there is new support for Trump’s travel ban, according to a recent Politico/Morning Consult poll. The poll found that 60 percent of America’s voters are all in with the State Department’s new guidelines for restricting entry. The new guidelines state
Figures don't lie, but liars figure.
The hostility the left visits upon President Trump is Leninesque in its vitriol.
Welcome to another chapter of the divisions in the Democratic Party.
The Israeli government and police show respect to their own people on the Temple Mount, and the Palestinians get upset.
Another villain to take down.
An America turning on itself cannot survive.
What's a fake Indian's worst fear? Being challenged by a real one. Hence, Elizabeth Warren's new dilemma.
Could you imagine lightweight boxers complaining they don’t get the money and exposure of the heavyweights, calling the different treatment “staturism”?
Will the last person leaving Illinois please turn out the lights?
Widow of army medic killed by the terrorist wants to block payment.
There is absolutely no shame left at the Washington Post.
Even 40% of Democrats support the restrictions on travel.
Another surge of refugees into Italy has the Austrians on edge.
Is it time to try and starve North Korea into submission?
It takes real skill for the New York Times’s progressive propagandists to frame the case of baby Charlie Gard in terms that comfort the sensibilities of their readers.
How are firearms a lot like the law? Colion Noir explains as he, instructor Buck Doyle and others discuss firearms training. WATCH: The post Colion Noir Explains How Firearms are a lot Like the Law appeared first on Bearing Arms.
Andrea Watson, DNA Info Chicago resident Javondlynn M. Dunagan, a retired federal probation officer of 25 years, is now teaching firearms and self-defense classes to South Side residents. What makes Dunagan so unique though? She’s an African American woman who was afraid of guns. In fact, she spent her 25 years as a