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16 Years: The Lifetime Between Here and 9/11

Today marks sixteen years after the day that changed everything… Sixteen years. For those of us alive and aware on September 11, 2001 that day is seared into our collective memories. Every year we share the stories of where we were and how we heard, how we coped and how much we

This Is the One Business Where You’d Never Expect Robots to Replace Humans

Douglas Hines, founder of True Companion, poses with a life-size rubber doll named Roxxxy during the Adult Entertainment Expo in Las Vegas, Saturday, Jan. 9, 2010. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma) Robots. Doing jobs people just don’t want to do. And doing those jobs better and without an attitude. That has been the

Illegal Immigration Doubled During the Last Four Months In Wake of Trump’s Failed Efforts to Stop It

Illegal immigration into our southern border has doubled in the last four months, negating any gains made by President Donald Trump’s attempts to stem the tide according to new data from the government. According to the Washington Times, over 30,000 illegal immigrants were nabbed in August by Customs and Border Protection (CBP)

These Words From a Passenger on One of the 9/11 Planes Has the Internet Crying Today

One tweet, posted earlier today, encapsulates all the raw emotion that still remains 16 years after the 9/11 attacks. It’s a transcript of the voicemail message United Flight 175 passenger Brian Sweeney left for his wife, Julia. Phone call from Brian Sweeney, passenger on Flight 175, to his wife pic.twitter.com/bA2uEubRFB — Prof.Frank McDonough

Does Google Still Have Friends in High Places?

The short answer is: sure, of course they do. They’re an enormously influential company that nearly everyone uses. So as long as the money rolls in and the influence is still to be had by association, they’ll always have friends, regardless of how creepy they get. But something…uh, interesting is beginning

“Chilling”: Notre Dame President Slams Dianne Feinstein for Her Religious Bigotry

Amy Coney Barrett, the Notre Dame law professor nominated by President Trump to serve on the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals and whose Senate confirmation hearing was marred by the religious bigotry of Democrat Sen. Dianne Feinstein, has an ally in the president of Notre Dame. Rev. John I. Jenkins sent a

Guess What Happened When This High School Football Team Was Told Not to Pray?

At West Virginia’s Clay County High School, the high school football team had long observed the tradition of a prayer being said over the stadium loudspeaker before each game. One disgruntled fan complained about the prayer to the school board. All it takes is one person. The school district capitulated and decided that

Pope Francis Wonders if Trump Is Truly Pro-Life in Wake of DACA Decision. Should he?

The decision to end DACA has been nothing if not controversial. Reportedly, President Trump agonized over the choice and “asked aides for a way out” before the final announcement. At the press conference, Attorney General Jeff Sessions made clear why the administration had come to the conclusion it had. Business Insider reported Sessions’ remarks: “To

Michael Moore apparently thinks it’s a good idea to ride out a hurricane on the beach

As Hurricane Irma was approaching Florida last week, liberal filmmaker Michael Moore took to Twitter to attack President Donald Trump for not offering his BEACH SIDE resort as a shelter. Seriously, folks. You can’t make this stuff up. On Friday, just hours before Irma made landfall off the Florida Keys,

Texas Governor Recognizes First Responders and Extraordinary Citizens With Star of Texas Awards

Photo: Office Of The Governor 9/11/17  In the Lone Star State, September 11th is not just Patriot Day, it’s Texas First Responders Day; and so, dozens of Texans were honored today as Gov. Greg Abbot presented the Star of Texas Awards to those who have “demonstrated extraordinary valor and courage in

Florida Sheriff Issues Odd Warning to Gun Owners As Irma Makes Its Way Through the State

As Hurricane Irma makes its way through Florida, residents are being reminded to board up their homes, stay inside and…not shoot at the storm? On Sunday, the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office decided to warn gun owners that firing their weapons at Irma is not going to make the storm go away. “To

Hearing Protection Act Folded Into Hunting, Fishing Rights Bill

Many gun owners are excited by the Hearing Protection Act bill. The anticipation of being able to spend a day at the range without hearing protection just sounds like a joy, especially if you don’t have to jump through NFA hoops in order to make it happens. Now, the measure has

Politico Hand-wrings Over Guns At Protests

The left has gone nuts about guns at protests, screaming and kvetching that armed people at protests are an automatic recipe for danger. The latest effort comes from Politico, where they complain about how lax gun laws are allowing firearms at protests. Domestic extremist groups ranging from white supremacists to their

National Reciprocity Reportedly Going Nowhere Due To Paul Ryan

Republicans are supposed to be pro-gun. Not only is that how Democrats paint them, but it’s how Republican lawmakers paint themselves. After all, the Second Amendment is a sacred right and must be defended. Following the shooting of Rep. Steve Scalise at the hands of a deranged liberal terrorist, Rep. Thomas

Backing up the Truck for When the Storms Pass

Heading into mid-September, the U.S. equity markets have been trading in a very skittish manner, unnerved by uncertainty surrounding the military threats from North Korea and the totality of damage that will be inflicted by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. Investors have sought the safety of the Treasury market, driving the

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