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Yikes! Flood Waters in Houston Hold All Sorts of Dangerous Creepy Crawlers

Ok, maybe Jesse Watters got suckered by a fake photo of a shark swimming down a flooded Houston freeway, but there are some legitimate examples of wild—and some dangerous—creatures accompanying Hurricane Harvey’s flood waters. This really is no joke, alligators and snakes are coming out in Houston/ Katy area bc of

Ted Cruz and Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee Stress Bi-Partisanship in Wake of Disaster

Throughout the aftermath and ongoing destruction from Hurricane Harvey, bi-partisanship has been the order of recent days. At a shelter in Houston, Democratic Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee and Republican Senator Ted Cruz held a short joint press conference to send a message of unity to residents and the world that there’s

Coffee Company Commercial Captures Illogical Aspects Of Gun Control Perfectly

Army veteran Mat Best is hilarious. Well, he is if you don’t mind regular doses of sex jokes, references to alcohol, and profanity. Since I don’t mind any of those, I find the guy hysterical and love his videos on YouTube. Earlier today, someone directed my attention to a new commercial

New Arkansas Concealed Carry Law Goes Into Effect On Friday. What To Watch Out For

Things are about to change a bit in Arkansas. Effective Friday, September 1st, new concealed carry laws will be going into effect in that state. However, one of the new changes will be how businesses that don’t want firearms won’t be required to post any kind of signage. This Friday, Arkansas’

L.A. Set To Repeal Ban On ‘Ultracompact’ Guns

he Los Angeles City Council voted Tuesday to end a long-standing ban on the sale of “ultracompact” firearms, rolling back the rule in the face of legal threats from gun rights groups.If you judged Los Angeles by what you see from Hollywood, you might be forgiven for thinking the City of Angels prefers its

Here’s How Many Stolen Guns Chicago Police Have Recovered So Far This Year

Finally some good news out of Chicago. City police are getting ready to recover their 6,000th stolen firearm this year – that’s nearly 300 more than were recovered at this time last year. Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson attributed the success to two things: stronger partnerships with other law enforcement agencies, namely

GA School Receives Backlash for Taking Children to Gun Range

A private school in Georgia is receiving quite a bit of backlash for taking a group of young children on a field trip to the gun range. The torrent of angry comments came when Tammy Dorsten, the owner of Holdheide Academy, posted pictures – which have since been removed – of

Judge helps NY Times coin a MUCH better slogan

**Written by Doug Powers OUT as the New York Times slogan: “The truth is more important now than ever.” IN: “Mistakes will be made”: The New York Times has prevailed in defense of a defamation lawsuit brought by Sarah Palin over an editorial that mistakenly linked one of her political action committee ads

Keith Ogre-mann: Conde Nast-y’s Misogynist-in-Chief

Keith Ogre-mann: Conde Nast-y’s Misogynist-in-Chief by Michelle MalkinCreators Syndicate Copyright 2017 Once a woman-hating blowhard, always a woman-hating blowhard. Keith Olbermann, the “new” face of the Democratic resistance on Conde Nast’s digital video platform, is the same old foul-mouthed beast he was on cable TV. Over the weekend, the former MSNBC frother went berserk over

President Trump Is Visiting Texas But All the Internet Cares About Is Melania’s Shoes

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump arrive take part in a briefing on Harvey relief efforts, Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2017, at Firehouse 5 in Corpus Christi, Texas. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) Today, President Trump paid a visit to view the disaster and the recovery efforts along Texas’s Gulf Coast. A

Former Everytown Volunteer Blasts Organization

Kate Ranta was an Everytown Survival Fellow. She’d survived a gunshot wound inflicted by her then husband, and so she’d made it her personal crusade to rid the world of guns. Now, she’s blasting the organization she’d spent so much time and effort with. Why? Because Everytown for Gun Safety is a

My Favorite Way to Play the ‘Small-Cap’ Effect

In a world where “can’t-lose” investment themes regularly disappoint investors, the “small-cap effect” has stood the test of time. The small-cap effect refers to the long standing market anomaly that small-cap stocks consistently outperform large-cap stocks over the long run. Widely debated among academics and analysts, the “small-cap effect” has found

Texas/GOP-hating Prof’s karma runs over own dogma

**Written by Doug Powers Well, those comments backfired big time: A visiting assistant professor at the University of Tampa was fired Tuesday after describing the destruction from Hurricane Harvey as “instant karma” for Texans who voted Republican last year, the school said. Kenneth Storey, whose LinkedIn profile says he lives in Winter Park

Dem senator suggests better way to ‘fund disasters’ (what could go wrong?)

**Written by Doug Powers Now that the Senate’s debating legislation to help fund rescue and disaster recovery efforts in Texas, the MSM, Dems (and at least one Republican) have been critical of Texas Sens. Ted Cruz and John Cornyn’s 2012 vote against a Superstorm Sandy relief package. What they’re not pointing