Twitter Backs Down On Ad Ban

Oct 11, 2017

Twitter backed down on its opposition to Representative Marsh Blackburn’s video advertisement which celebrated the stopping of Planned Parenthood from selling fetal body parts. Twitter issued a statement saying in party, “After further review, we have made the decision to allow the content in question from Rep. Blackburn’s campaign ad to be promoted on our ads platform.” “While we initially determined that a small portion of the video used potentially inflammatory language, after reconsidering the ad in the context of the entire message, we believe that there is room to refine our policies around these issues.” Twitter objected to the phrase “stopped the sale of baby body parts.” The campaign was told that it would have to remove the offending phrase if it wanted to promote the video as an ad. Blackburn’s campaign said that it was glad that Twitter had reconsidered its ban and said, “It’s a real shame that this censorship happened in the first place.” Twitter has no problem accepting ads from Planned Parenthood, a company that profits from the dismemberment of unborn children.
http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/10/10...

British MP Urges Germany To Settle Polish Repparations

Oct 11, 2017

A member of the British Parliament came out in support of Germany paying reparations to Poland for the destruction Germany caused during World War II. Daniel Kawczynski issued a letter to German Chancellor Angela Merkel. He wrote, “Germany rightly refers to our obligations to the EU financially as we exit the structure, and yet conveniently ignored their own much clearer obligations to Poland for the destruction and misery they caused.” “Germany has to be held to account as she is dictating to others whilst refusing to take responsibility herself.” Poland agreed to waive the right to reparations in 1953 while it was occupied by the Soviet Union. Germany believes the agreement is binding. Poland believes the agreement was invalid because the communist government was not a “just and sovereign ruler of the Polish people.” Poland has fought all efforts to have Islamic immigrants be forcibly resettled in its country. Germany and the EU have “increasingly sought to intervene in Polish affairs.” The reparations issue has been resurrected in light of Germany’s interference.
http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/10/10/british...

Lowering the Tension in Catalan

Oct 11, 2017

The president of Spain’s Catalan region took a different tactic on Tuesday. He “called on parliament to suspend the effects of the results of the October 1st referendum to allow for ‘mediation and dialogue’ with the Spanish national government.” By asking for dialogue, the president of Catalan brings down the level of animosity and tension. “We are all responsible for this. We need [to] de-escalate the situation, not fee it any longer. I want to address everyone about the issue.” The president emphasized that he has a “mandate for independence” that he’s chosen to set aside for the moment. Spain’s Prime Minister Rajoy has threatened to “suspend the region’s autonomy” as well as kill the Catalan president. During the time of Franco, Catalan was stripped of its autonomy and the Spanish government tried to “stamp out their language.” Franco’s government also tried to settle “hundreds of thousands of outsiders in the region to try and dilute its sense of national identity.” In 2014 Catalans approved a referendum “establishing an independent republic.” Spain, backed by the EU, refused to recognize the results.
http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/10/10/catalan...

Officer Fired For Arresting Nurse

Oct 11, 2017

Police Detective Jeff Payne was fired on Tuesday. He was caught on video dragging a nurse out of the hospital for not letting him take a blood draw “from an unconscious patient.” The nurse was complying with the rules that the hospital and the police department had agreed to ahead of time. Detective Payne did not have a warrant, the consent of the patient, and had not arrested the patient. Even though the officer could have gotten a warrant he chose to arrest the nurse. He dragged her out of the hospital and put her in a police vehicle. After the incident, the hospital banned law enforcement agents from dealing directly with nurses. A few weeks later, Payne was fired from his second job as a paramedic because he’d threatened to bring every homeless person he could find to the University of Utah Medical Center as revenge for the bad publicity he’d received. After weeks of investigation, police chief Mike Brown fired Detective Payne.
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Senate Proceeding At Snail’s Pace

Oct 11, 2017

The Senate is progressing at a snail’s pace in getting President Trump’s nominees to the federal judiciary confirmed. Currently there are 149 vacancies. The president has “named 50 judicial nominees since taking office. . . “ The Senate has confirmed a whopping seven nominees.” Senator Mitch McConnell said the Senate has never had to deal with so many “nominees at this early stage of a presidency in modern history.” Conservative think tanks have been complaining to senators about the slow pace of confirmations, “fearing the dispirited Republican Senatecaucus will forfeit an unprecedented opportunity to reshape the federal courts.” McConnell has indicated that he is interested in making some changes to the archaic system of confirmation such as doing away with blue slips. The convention allows home state senators to hold up hearings if they don’t return the slips. Currently there are nearly 12 “unfilled appellate vacancies arising from states with at least one Democratic senator.”
http://dailycaller.com/2017/10/10/mcconnell-scramb...

Obama Library To Go Paperless

Oct 11, 2017

The Obama Presidential Library will create an online archive of its documents instead of a “traditional paper archive.” The library won’t have to “pay fees to the National Archives and Records Administration for management of the library.” The center will have “basketball courts, a recording studio, meeting rooms, an auditorium, a children’s play garden, [and] an exhibition hall . . . “ But it will not have historical documents. Peggy Glowacki, a manuscripts librarian, is skeptical of how the library will work. “I think, in this case, it’s such a massive amount of material that it will be important to see how they are able to deliver it and make it easy to search.” The Obama library will open in 2021. It is expected to cost $500 million. The library will destroy access to Cornell Drive, a road that is “used each day by thousands of drivers.” Reaction to the architectural sketches of the center have not been kind. It’s been called “soul-crushing,” a “monstrosity,” a “concrete Rubik’s Cube ready to tumble over on its side at any moment.”
http://dailycaller.com/2017/10/10/obamas-500-milli...

U.S. Navy Sends Destroyer Into Disputed Waters

Oct 11, 2017

The U.S. Navy sent a destroyer into the South China Sean on Tuesday to sail near the islands that are claimed by China. The action was a Freedom of Navigation exercise that challenged “excessive maritime claims” made by China. The Navy intends to continue these exercises because the American government does not recognize China’s territorial claims. “The U.S. military has a long-standing position that its operations are carried out throughout the world, including in areas claimed by allies, and that they are separate from political considerations.” While continuing to conduct the navigation exercises, the United States is also seeking help from China to contain North Korea’s nuclear ambitions. In the past, China has argued that the Navy’s actions, “harmed Chinese sovereignty and security.” It may be in China’s interest to keep North Korea in play so as to continue to irritate the United States. President Trump plans to visit several countries in Asia in November including China.
http://freebeacon.com/national-security/u-s-warshi...

Companies Panic Because Millennials Don’t Understand Their Products

Oct 11, 2017

Home Depot executives are in a panic. It seems that millennials have no idea how to use the products that the company sells. Home Depot has spent millions of dollars creating video tutorials and in store classes on how to do “everything from using a tape measure to mopping a floor and hammering a nail.” And lest anyone think these videos are “too condescending” towards “our pampered millennials” these videos are “based on high-frequency online search queries.” This is not just a home improvement industry issue. Scotts Miracle-Gro Company has found it necessary to create video instructions on how very basic gardening tips such as “making sure sunlight can reach plants.” “These are simple things we wouldn’t have really thought to do or needed to do 15 to 20 years ago. But this is a group who may not have grown up putting their hands in the dirt growing their vegetable garden in mom and dad’s backyard,” said Jim King a vice president with Scotts. Millennials represent the largest demographic in America.
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-10-10/home-depo...

Investigation Into Imran Awn Heats Up

Oct 11, 2017

The investigation into the former IT aide to Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz continues to turn up disturbing issues. Representative Scott Perry said that Imran Awan made “massive” data transfers off of government computers. The Republican representative called Awan’s actions “a substantial security threat.” Investigators had been watching IT aides for House Democrats for months. There were concerns of double-billing, equipment theft, and access to important computer systems. Investigators found 5,700 logins to one computer server. 5,400 of which appear to be unauthorized. Currently Awan is charged with conspiracy to “obtain home equity lines of credit . . . by giving false information about two properties — and then sending the proceeds to individuals in Pakistan.” Representative Wassermann Schultz says that the focus on Awan is meant to distract from the Russian meddling.
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/10/10/imran-a...

Timeline Changes in Vegas Shooting

Oct 10, 2017

The timeline presented by the las Vegas authorities of the shooting by Stephen Paddock that resulted in 58 deaths and hundreds of injuries has suddenly changed dramatically. A Mandalay Bay security guard who was shot and wounded while in the hallway outside the shooters room was originally reported to have occurred during the time that he was firing on the crowd of concert goers. Now it is being reported that Jesus Campos was actually shot prior to the rampage starting. This raises serious questions about whether he reported the incident to hotel security and whether it was then reported to police who were trying to determine where the gunfire was coming from.

Iran Makes Direct Threats Against U.S.

Oct 10, 2017

The radical Islamic dictatorship in Iran is directly threatening retaliation against the United States if President Trump declares its elite Revolutionary Guards to be a terrorist organization. Iran has promised a “crushing response” against the U.S. if that happens. Many of the groups affiliated with the guard have already been designated as terrorist groups and Iran is widely recognized as the most prominent state sponsor of terrorism.

Trump is also expected to decertify Iran’s compliance with the nuclear treaty signed illegally by President Obama without submitting to be ratified by the Senate as required by the Constitution.

Texas Mother Appalled at Sentence for Illegal who Killed her Children

Oct 10, 2017

Courtney Hacking lost her husband and her two youngest children when an illegal alien driving without a license slammed into their car on a Texas highway. The driver of the other vehicle was Margarito Ouintero-Rosales who entered a guilty plea and was sentenced to only two years in prison for killing three people.Mrs. Hacking was appalled and pointed out that Rosales had already committed one crime by entering the country illegally.

Her husband was a legal immigrant from England and the two children were 4 year old Ellie and 22 month old Grayson. She does not believe they received justice by this sentence.

Liberals United in Silence about Weinstein Scandal

Oct 10, 2017

Even after the board of directors of the company he founded fired him the elitists in the Democrat party and Hollywood remained mostly silent about the Harvey Weinstein sexual scandal, despite the overwhelming evidence that this had gone on for years. Only one notable actress raised her voice in condemnation and that was Meryl Streep. Weinstein was a powerful mogul for years in the movie industry and a heavy contributor to liberal candidates and causes. That is probably the reason there has not been a word said about this by the Obamas or Clintons. Activist Hollywood types Ben and Casey Affleck said nothing, and neither did Gwyneth Paltrow and Glenn Close. Pundits are calling this another example of liberal hypocrisy.

Twitter Now Censoring Conservative Campaign Ads

Oct 10, 2017

There is no question that the major social media sites are controlled by the left and are used to promote various liberal causes. Now they are trying to make sure that the social media platforms are not level playing fields; at least not when it comes to conservatives and republicans. Representative Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee is running for the Senate seat being vacated by the retirement of Bob Corker.

She recently posted the announcement of her campaign on Twitter and pointed out her strong pro-life credentials including her strong stance against Planned Parenthood selling the body parts of aborted babies. Twitter blocked her video because they said the pro-life statements were inflammatory and might offend someone. This is a direct slap at the First Amendment.

Cowboys Owner Puts His Players on Notice

Oct 10, 2017

The owner of the Dallas Cowboys football team, Jerry Jones, has sometimes been criticized for being too “hands on” with this team and coaches. However, the action he has recently taken has been praised by fans. He told his players and coaches that if they disrespected the flag and national anthem by kneeling they would lose their jobs.

This action caused liberal ESPN commentator Jemele Hill, who couldn’t contain herself from going on the attack, calling on people to boycott Cowboys sponsors to punish Jones for standing up for America. She had previously come under fire for calling Trump a “white supremacist.” ESPN let her get by with that, but suspended her for two weeks for this comment.

Obama Coal Regulations being Scrapped

Oct 10, 2017

The administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Scott Pruitt has determined after a month’s long investigation ordered by President Trump that the regulations imposed on the coal industry by Obama need to go. The so called Clean Power Plan was issued by Obama without the approval of Congress which made it unconstitutional on its face.

That is why the U.S. Supreme Court put a hold on enforcement of the plan over a year ago. The whole purpose of the exercise by Obama was to fulfill his campaign promise of putting the coal industry out of business and costing thousands of American jobs, in the name of climate change. All of that is now being reversed.

Massive Wildfires Hitting California Wine Country

Oct 10, 2017

California firefighters are battling several rapidly moving wildfires that are devastating large areas of wine country in the Napa Valley and Sonoma and Mendocino counties. The fires have already destroyed over 1,500 structures including homes and businesses, and caused several hospitals to be evacuated in the area.

High winds and temperatures are hampering efforts to control the fires and multiple deaths are already being reported. There are currently 14 separate fires being fought in eight Northern California counties. At this point it is unclear how this effects the wine production that is a staple of the area economy.

Senator Urges National Security Team to Get On Board

Oct 10, 2017

Senator Tom Cotton argued on Monday that the president’s national security team needs to get on board with the plan to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal or find other work. Cotton was interviews for The Global Politico. He said that the job of Mattis and Tillerson “is now to move out and execute.” The senator praised President Trump’s foreign policy saying, “In almost every area, in his own way, with his own rhetoric, he has reasserted American leadership, and he’s willing to confront threats before they gather.” Senator Cotton said that cabinet members and senior advisors “should help [the president] achieve his objectives and run with his thinking” when the president is right. When he’s wrong, “you have a duty to try to present to him the best facts and the best thinking to help him see it in a different light.” “Maybe you can, but if he doesn’t, and he says, ‘No, I want to do it my way,’ then your job is to move out and execute. And if you feel strongly enough, then you have to resign,” Cotton said. The expectation is that President Trump will not recertify to Congress that Iran is in compliance with the nuclear deal. If negotiations fail, then Congress would be able to impose new sanctions on Iran.
http://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2017/10...

Fires Raging In California

Oct 10, 2017

Multiple fires broke out in northern California Sunday night. Wildfires swept through California’s wine country killing at least 10 people and “destroying 1,500 homes and businesses.” Thousands of residents fled to escape the fires. “We live in the valley, where it’s concrete and strip malls and hotels and supermarkets,” said Jeff Okrepkie. “The last thing you think is a forest fire is going to come and wipe us out.” A home for the disabled had to be evacuated as fires closed in on the property. 200 patients were evacuated as fire “closed within a few dozen feet.” Fourteen fires burned “over a 200-mile region north of San Francisco from Napa in the south to Redding in the north.” At least five wineries have been destroyed and nearly 70,000 acres have burned so far. Currently there are 25 major fires burning in the state. The heavy rains in California earlier in the year “kicked off a massive spring bloom of scrub brush, grasses and wild flowers, all of which provided fuel for the fires.”
http://www.breitbart.com/news/at-least-10-dead-as-...

She’s “All In”

Oct 10, 2017

Senator Dianne Feinstein said that she’s running for a fifth term. “I am running for re-election to the Senate. Lots more to do: ending gun violence, combating climate change, access to healthcare. I’m all in!” Feinstein announced on Twitter. At 84, Feinstein is the oldest serving member in the Senate. She’ll be 91 if she finishes a fifth term. In her corresponding announcement on Facebook, Feinstein added that she wants to give “DREAMers the chance to stay in the United States.” In a recent poll, “less than half of registered California voters thought Feinstein should run for re-election.” Feinstein has come under criticism recently for not being radical enough in her opposition to President Trump. Los Angeles Mayor Garrett will be hosting a fundraiser for the senator. He said that America needs “her seniority and her experience no, more than ever.” He added, “Senator Feinstein wis not just principled, she is powerful.”
http://www.breitbart.com/california/2017/10/09/fei...

Did Corker Decide Not To Run Because of FBI Investigation?

Oct 10, 2017

Tennessee Republican Senator Bob Corker will not stand for re-election in 2018. One compelling factor in his decision may be due to an FBI investigation into several business enterprises where he stood to personally profit. The FBI reportedly is investigating Senator Corker’s “dozens of lucrative stock trades over a period of several years, collectively worth tens of millions of dollars.” As chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, he has received non-public information about the economic issues in many countries. In a span of 3 months in 2014 he invested in 29 companies, made 92 trades that were worth $945,000. Federal investigators are looking into whether the trades were based on insider information. Corker raised suspicions in 2015 when the Wall Street Journal reported on ten years worth of contradictions and omissions in Corker’s personal financial disclosures. Corker later amended his disclosures. But they “revealed millions of dollars in previously undeclared assets.” Senator Corker’s political career is dotted with examples of using “public office for his own personal benefit.”
https://www.infowars.com/the-truth-about-sen-corke...

Republicans Claim Attempt To Repeal Obamacare Still Alive

Oct 10, 2017

Republicans in the Senate are still working to repeal Obamacare according to a group of Republican senators who co-sponsored the most recent attempt to overturn Obamacare. Senator Ron Johnson said that the effort to repeal is still ‘alive and well.” “I wouldn’t say it collapsed. It’s still alive and well, but we need more time.” Senator Lindsey Graham said that Democrats have supported block grants for welfare in the past. Graham pointed out that even John Kasich talked about entitlement reform when he was chairman of the House budget committee. Kasich came out against block grants from being issued to the states “to handle their own health care spending.” But he’d previously supported something like that when he served in Congress in 1995. Senator Cassidy said that Republican’s “block grant proposal was better than the one in 1995.” Cassidy went on to say, “I have every confidence that if this comes back up again, which I think it will — that as folks become more familiar with it, folks like John Kasich will say it’s a good idea.”
http://dailycaller.com/2017/10/09/senate-republica...

Catalan To Declare Independence on Tuesday

Oct 10, 2017

The president of the Catalan region in Spain expects to declare some form of independence from Spain on Tuesday. After the vote, the president of Catalan said, “My government, in the next few days will send the results of today’s vote to the Catalan parliament, where the sovereignty of our people lies, so that it can act in accordance with the law of the referendum.” Catalans voted for independence on October 1. The election was marred by violence as Spanish government authorities beat voters in an effort to dissuade them from voting. Spanish Prime Minister Rajoy declared, ‘Spain will not be divided and the national unity will be preserved. We will do everything that legislation allows us to ensure this. We will prevent this independence from taking place.” Spain’s deputy prime minister said, “if they declare independence, there will be decisions to restore the law and democracy.” The French government said that it will not recognize and independent Catalan. The Catalan region would also not have any place within the European Union if it follows through on its decision to separate from Spain. Catalan’s economy is 20 percent of Spain’s national economy and accounts for a quarter of Spain’s exports. Taxpayers in the region also pay 21 percent of the nation’s taxes.
http://dailycaller.com/2017/10/09/spanish-presiden...

EPA Pulls Out of Clean Power Plan

Oct 10, 2017

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt will repeal former President Obama’s plan to fight global warming. Pruitt spoke at a mining event and announced his decision to withdraw from the Clean Power Plan (CPP). The CPP was finalized in 2015. It’s goal was to “cut carbon dioxide emissions from power plants 32 percent below 2005 levels by 2030.” The CPP was designed to meet the goals of the Paris climate accord. But the rule never was implemented because the U.S. Supreme Court issued a stay in 2016. The government hopes to save $33 billion by not repealing the rule. The Obama administration low balled the cost of the CPP saying that it would cost $8.4 billion and deliver benefits “ranging from $14 to #34 billion by 2030.” Currently there are no plans by the EPA to replace the Clean Power Plan.
http://dailycaller.com/2017/10/09/epas-pruitt-pled...

Federal Investigation Into Puerto Rican Aid Distribution

Oct 10, 2017

A federal prosecutor will look into allegations that some Puerto Rican officials “did not deliver hurricane relief to the island’s residents.” Governor Rosello requested the investigation after hearing “that FEMA supplies to some mayors were not reaching Puerto Rican residents.” US Attorney Rosa Emilia Rodriguez was interviewed on a local radio station. During the show she said, “This morning we received information from a town on the Island where a person close to the municipal administration was asking one of our federal agents that the supplies that were there could not be touched because they were for his mayor.” Another allegation is that a government official “was hoarding supplies for residents ‘who had voted for that person.’” Currently the U.S. military is in charge of distributing relief and supplies to residents on the island. Rodriguez made it clear, “This is not the time to do politics … this is the time to help and to be kind to others. This is a tragedy and nobody should take advantage of the aid.”
http://dailycaller.com/2017/10/09/u-s-prosecutor-t...

Twitter Circles The Wagons Around Planned Parenthood

Oct 10, 2017

Representative Marsha Blackburn is running for Senate in Tennessee. Last week she posted a video announcing her candidacy. In the video she said that she is 100 percent pro-life and pointed out how she’d helped to stop the sale of unborn children’s body parts. Twitter declared that Blackburn’s pro-life comment was “inflammatory” and blocked the campaign announcement ad from being promoted. A representative from the company said the statement “is likely to evoke a strong negative reaction.” Twitter said the ad could be reposted as a promoted ad if the “flagged statement” was removed. Blackburn instead asked her followers to share the video. She said, “Silicon Valley should not be allowed to impose their values on us. Join me in standing up to the liberal elite.” The pro-life organization Live Action reported months ago that Twitter had blocked its ads from being promoted “unless it deleted tweets critical of Planned Parenthood.”
http://freebeacon.com/politics/twitter-blocks-mars...

South Korea Creates Graphite Bomb

Oct 10, 2017

South Korea reportedly has developed a new bomb designed to take out North Korea’s entire power grid. The weapon is called a graphite bomb also known as a “blackout bomb.” These were first used by the U.S. in the 1990 Gulf War against Iraq. The weapon releases a “cloud of extremely fine, chemically treated carbon filaments over electrical components. The filaments are so fine that they act like a cloud, but cause short circuits in electrical equipment.” South Korea’s government announced that it has secured “all technologies for the development of a graphite bomb . . . “ “it is in the stage where we can build the bombs anytime,” according to a South Korean military official. The bomb was developed as a part of South Korea’s “three pillars” plan for retaliation against North Korea. The first part of the plan involves detecting and intercepting North Korean missiles. The second part involves “launching attacks against the country’s leadership.” The North Korean regime uses holidays to showcase its strength. It is expected that the government will do something on October 10 to celebrate the founding of the nation’s communist party.
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-10-09/south-kor...

US Plans Military Exercises Off Korean Peninsula

Oct 10, 2017

The United States and South Korea will be partnering for another round of military exercises in the Pacific in the waters off the Korean peninsula. The Pentagon dispatched the USS Michigan to South Korea. The nuclear powered submarine is expected to arrive by the end of the week. The American aircraft carrier, the USS Ronald Reagan will participate as well. North Korea will be celebrating the “founding of the country’s ruling Communist Party” on Tuesday. Officials in South Korea and the Pentagon believe that North Korea could launch another round of missiles as early as Tuesday to mark the celebration. The USS Ronald Reagan has been in Korean waters since September after North Korea fired missiles over Japan. On Monday, Secretary of Defense Mattis said that the U.S. is working through diplomacy and economic pressure to encourage North Korea to halt its nuclear weapons program. He said that soldiers must be ready to fight if negotiations fail.
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-10-09/us-sends-...

Movie Mogul Harvey Weinstein is big Democrat Donor

Oct 9, 2017

Prominent movie mogul Harvey Weinstein has had to resign after numerous stories emerged of his sexual harassment of women over many years. The evidence is overwhelming of the accuracy of these claims. However, it is now turning out that the New York Times was aware of many of these accusations as long ago as 2004 and killed the story apparently because Weinstein was a heavy contributor to the Democrat party and its candidates.

The protection continues to some extent since Saturday Night Live had a joke prepared on Weinstein after the story broke but killed it, because they said it was a “New York thing”. In other words Weinstein has been protected for years by the liberal news media, the Democrats, and the Hollywood elite.

ANTIFA Calls for Attacks on Columbus Day

Oct 9, 2017

The violent leftist group that calls itself ANTIFA has called for its followers to deface statues and monuments to explorer Christopher Columbus. This is to be done today, the date of the federal holiday dedicated to him. Police departments in cities around the country like New York City are dispatching extra officers to protect the monuments.

This type of activity appears to be typical of ANTIFA. Its members love to attack inanimate objects that can’t fight back just like they like to wear masks and helmets, and carry shields and various weapons that they can use when they conduct attacks in packs on single unarmed counter protestors who disagree with them.

Fast Moving Tropical Storm Nate Heads Northeast

Oct 9, 2017

After coming ashore on the Mississippi and Alabama Gulf coast as a category 2 hurricane Nate moved swiftly north and then northeast. The storm in the fourth to hit the U.S. this season and was not as strong as the previous three that devastated Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. However, Nate did do some wind and flood damage including knocking out power to at least 100,000 people in Mississippi.

Fortunately, the storm is moving rapidly and lost power and will not be producing the torrential rains its slow moving predecessors did. Hurricane season officially ends on November 1st.

ISIS May be Falling Apart

Oct 9, 2017

The vicious ISIs fighters who are so willing to slaughter unarmed civilians for the Islamic cause are suddenly turning out not to so willing to be martyrs. Many seem to be unwilling to “fight to the death” which is part of their vow when they enlist in the “invincible” army of Islam. However, is recent weeks they have been surrendering en masse to the Iraqis, Syrian, and even Kurdish soldiers who with the support of U.S. and other coalition troops have taken one stronghold after another. After the fall of the ISIS held city of Mosul the tide turned in other locations like Tal Afar fell in only nine days and 500 ISIS fighters surrendered. Following that defeat the major location in Hawija was taken in fifteen days and 1,000 ISIS fighters surrendered rather meekly.

Hepatitis A reaching epidemic proportions in California

Oct 9, 2017

What started as just a few isolated cases of the liver disease hepatitis A in the homeless community in San Diego has now spread to other homeless areas as far north as Sacramento. Almost 600 cases have been reported and there have been seventeen deaths. The disease can be highly contagious, particularly among people who don’t have access to adequate sanitation.

This has become a major problem in San Diego where many homeless were displaced away from the major tourist area near the baseball park where the July major league All-star game was held. California has 21 percent of the entire homeless population in the United States, primarily because liberals in the state prohibit local authorities from doing anything significant about homelessness.

Kim Jong Un Praises Nuclear Program

Oct 9, 2017

According to brutal North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un the country’s nuclear program is moving swiftly and is providing a deterrent against the United States efforts to destroy the sovereignty of his nation. This comes amid reports that the North is preparing to test a ballistic missile that can directly threaten the U.S. mainland.

Jong Un also claims that the development of the weapons program has contributed to the growth of the North Korean economy that he claims is doing fine despite the sanctions placed on the country by the United Nations. However, reports continue that many people in the country are on the brink of starvation.

Pence Walks Out on NFL

Oct 9, 2017

Vice President Mike Pence has had enough. He and his wife, Karen, left yesterday’s NFL game between the Indianapolis Colts and the San Francisco 49rs after about 20 members of the 49ers team took a knee during the national anthem. Pence has been a Colts fan for many years, but sent out a statement that he will not attend any game where there are actions that disrespect our military, our flag, and our national anthem.

It is certainly not alone since a recent poll shows that the NFL is the least liked sport in the country. Its favorability rating has dropped 31% since August and ticket sales and TV ratings continue to plummet.

Trump in No Hurry to Move Embassy to Jerusalem

Oct 9, 2017

President Trump does not plan to move the U.S. embassy in Israel to Jerusalem anytime soon. He told former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee that he will do it after he’s tried to broker a peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians. During the campaign, candidate Trump told the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, “We will move the American embassy to the eternal capital of the Jewish people, Jerusalem. And we will send a clear signal that there is no daylight between America and our most reliable ally, the state of Israel.” The president said that the idea for peace that his administration is working on may not work. “Most people say it’s an impossible deal. I don’t think it is impossible, and I think it’s something that can happen.” He said that he’ll make a decision on moving the embassy after the peace agreement has had a chance to be agreed to. Moving the embassy to Israel’s capital would be an affirmation of Israel’s sovereignty in Jerusalem. Conventional wisdom is that this would hurt the chances for a peace deal.
http://www.breitbart.com/jerusalem/2017/10/08/trum...

ICE Plans Immigration Arrests

Oct 9, 2017

Immigration and Customs enforcement promised to begin carrying out immigration raids in California neighborhoods and businesses in spite of the states new legislation protecting illegal aliens. “ICE will also likely have to detain individuals arrested in California in detention facilities outside of the state, far from any family they may have in California.” Governor Jerry Brown signed legislation last week turning California into a sanctuary state. Law enforcement won’t be able to ask about immigration status after January 1, 2018. Also, California law enforcement agents won’t be able to comply with ICE immigration detainers. ICE and Homeland Security are federal agencies and California’s laws do not prevent them from continuing to operate in California. The Department of Homeland Security said, “We will continue to do our sworn duty to seek out dangerous criminal aliens and other immigration violators.” The department went on to say that California’s new immigration laws are “misguided.”
http://www.breitbart.com/texas/2017/10/08/dhs-prom...

DREAM Act is Open Ended Amnesty

Oct 9, 2017

Senator Richard Durbin admitted that the Dream Act is not limited to 780,000 people in the DACA population but that it is completely open ended. The Migration Policy Institute estimates that under the Dream Act, “3.3 million illegal aliens would be eligible to obtain amnesty . . . “ Durbin said that Republicans were “exaggerating the size of the amnesty and the number of people who would later arrive via chain migration.” “So some of the speculation about the numbers is real pretty far faced, and I don’t buy the two million, three million [estimates]. I don’t know where those numbers came from.” If the beneficiaries and the subsequent people coming into the U.S. through chain migration get the right to vote, “millions of lower-skilled, government-dependent legal immigrants” would be voting in 2028 and 2032. Large business is pushing for immigration so as to maintain a pool of people who will work for low wages.
http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/10/07...

Hillary Clinton Pushes Her Book in London

Oct 9, 2017

Hillary Clinton is on the road promoting her new book. Currently she is in London. During an interview with The Sunday Times, she made it clear that she did not bear any fault for having lost. She blamed her loss on alleged Russian influence, the email scandal, and other factors. While in London, Mrs. Clinton chimed in on Britain’s decision to leave the European Union. She said that Brexit supporters believed a “horrible lie” and voted against “modern Britain” “believing that somehow this would be good for their small village.” Mrs. Clinton said that the vote “made no sense.” She said, “Brexit should have been a bigger alarm than it was.” She added, “It was some of the same people working for Trump, advocating for him.” Clinton singled out Nigel Farage. “He came to the U.S. to campaign for Trump and spent half of his remarks insulting me in a very personal way and talking about Trump as the alpha male, the silver-backed gorilla.” Farage mocked Mrs. Clinton’s excuse making saying, “and none of it’s her fault… in fact, she has never, ever got anything wrong in her entire life.”
http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/10/08/hillary...

Detroit Firefighter Fired Over Watermelon

Oct 9, 2017

A Detroit firefighter began his first day of work at the fire station by bringing a welcome gift and was then fired. Second Battalion Chief Shawn McCarty said that the welcome gifts are “a tradition” at the fire house. “It’s not mandatory, it’s voluntary. You come in bearing gifts. The usual gift is doughnuts, but you are allowed to bring whatever you want to bring in.” Robert Pattison was a probationary firefighter. He brought a “watermelon with a pink bow on top.” The act immediately offended several of the black firefighters. Some called the watermelon “racially insensitive.” 90 percent of Engine 55’s firefighters are black. Pattison said that he had no intention of offending his fellow firefighters. After an investigation, “it was determined that the best course of action was to terminate the employment of this probationary employee,” said Fire Commissioner Eric Jones.
http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/10/08...

Uber Drivers Turn Up the Heat On London Regulators

Oct 9, 2017

Last week Transport for London, the city’s regulator for taxis, denied Uber a right to operate its ride sharing business, saying that the company was not “fit and proper.” The regulator said that Uber was “flooding the car-for-hire market with incompetent and dangerous drivers.” Many of London’s Uber drivers are responding by accusing Transport for London as being racist. Many drivers for London’s black cabs are White, native-born Britons.” Uber’s London drivers are mainly “nonwhite, and many of them are immigrants.” “All these people say they’re championing the working class but what they really mean is they’re championing the white working class,” said James Farrar, a former Uber driver. Uber’s CEO was in London to meet with the Mayor of London’s office to get the license re-instated. Uber is allowed to continue operating while it appeals London for Transport’s decision. Thousands of people stand to lose their jobs if the new regulation is not overturned.
http://dailycaller.com/2017/10/03/drivers-call-lon...

EU Prosecutes Ireland For Not Collecting Enough Taxes

Oct 9, 2017

The European Union plans to sue Ireland for not acting as a tax collector for the EU. The European Commission ruled a year ago that Apple failed to pay 13 billion euros in taxes. The commission said, “Dublin hasn’t even sought a portion of the total.” “We of course understand that recovery in certain cases may be more complex than in others, and we are always ready to assist. But member states need to make sufficient progress to restore competition.” The EU says that the Apple’s deal with Ireland is “illicit” and that the company has not paid much in corporate tax in more than a decade. Ireland’s Finance Minister Michael Noonan responded saying, “I disagree profoundly with the Commission’s decision.” He went on to say that Ireland will “defend the integrity of our tax system.” Apple is appealing the Commission’s tax assessment. The EU is also expected to issue a levy against Amazon for underpayment of taxes. Amazon has a tax arrangement with Luxembourg.
http://dailycaller.com/2017/10/04/eu-to-battle-it-...

Senator Says No Law Would Have Stopped Las Vegas Shooting

Oct 9, 2017

Senator Diane Feinstein told Face the Nation that there was no law that could have stopped the Las Vegas shooter. The senator said, “No, he passed background checks registering for handguns and other weapons on multiple occasions.” Senator Feinstein is “one of the leading gun control advocates in Congress.” She is pushing legislation that would “ban the sale of bump stocks.” The bump stock modifies a rifle to allow the user to “increase a weapon’s rate of fire.” Feinstein said that there is some Republican interest in her legislation but none have co-sponsored the bill. Under the Obama administration, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms decided not to regulate bump stocks explaining, that the stocks “are not properly firearms, placing them beyond the purview of federal scrutiny.” The Las Vegas shooter is responsible for killing 60 people at a country music concert on September 30. Senator Feinstein pointed out that the shooter did not suffer from mental illness and had no criminal record.
http://dailycaller.com/2017/10/08/feinstein-conced...

President Outlines Immigration Priorities

Oct 9, 2017

The president sent a letter to Congress on Sunday outlining his administration’s “principles for reforming our Nation’s immigration system.” The letter calls “for a crackdown on border security, more resources to catch individuals residing in the country illegally, as well as a merit-based system that limits chain migration to spouses and children.” The president went on to call for the funding of a border wall saying that it would “deter human trafficking, drug trafficking and other cartels.” President Trump reversed an earlier agreement that border wall funding did not have to be tied to legislation addressing DACA. In a statement after releasing his letter, the president said, “These findings outline reforms that must be included as part of any legislation addressing the states of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients.”
http://thehill.com/homenews/administration/354481-...

Vice President Walks Out of Football Game

Oct 9, 2017

Vice President Pence attended an Indianapolis Colts football game Sunday and then left. Several of the 49ers players knelt during the national anthem. The vice president tweeted, “I left today’s Colts game because @POTUS and I will not dignify any event that disrespects our soldiers, our Flag, or our National Anthem." At a time when so many Americans are inspiring our nation with their courage, resolve, and resilience, now, more than ever, we should rally around our Flag and everything that unites us. However, Democrats proceeded to pounce on the event and tweeted, Don’t let these guys tell you they are fiscal conservatives This was a multi million dollar political stunt paid for by taxpayers.” Democrats may have a point. It’s well known that players have been kneeling for the anthem. Attending a game, knowing full well that you intend to leave would be a waste of money and time. Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington tweeted, “Can we just make it through a weekend without this administration abusing taxpayer dollars with jet travel!?
http://thehill.com/homenews/senate/354488-sen-murp...

NY Times “Conservative” Calls For Abolishing Second Amendment

Oct 9, 2017

The New York Times’ token conservative columnist published a piece called for the repeal of the Second Amendment. Bret Stephens wrote, “I have never understood the conservative fetish for the Second Amendment.” He goes on to explain that “more guns means more murder,” “more guns means less safety.” Stephens calls on liberals and moderates to stop waiting for the courts to restrict gun rights. Instead he encourages them to overturn the Second Amendment. “Expansive interpretations of the right to bear arms will be the law of the land — until the ‘right’ itself ceases to be.” Several conservative writers took issue with Stephen’s column. David Harsanyi writes that the claim that “more guns means more crime” actually “ignores the vast evidence that the number of guns does not correlate with the murder or the crime rates.” “[T]here is no way to quantify how many criminals are deterred by the presence of guns, or how many, for that matter, are turned away in the midst of crime. Has anyone calculated how many non-gun-owning families are safer because their neighbors own firearms?”
http://www.dailywire.com/news/21990/new-york-times...

Army Deserter Expected to Plead Guilty

Oct 7, 2017

U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl will likely plead guilty to charges of “desertion and misbehavior before the enemy.” The Obama administration was able to secure Bergdahl’s release after exchanging five Taliban commanders in 2014. The Army Sgt. claims he was held in brutal conditions. He claims he was “caged, kept in darkness, beaten and chained to a bed.” Bergdahl is facing five years on the desertion charge and life imprisonment for the charge of misbehavior before the enemy. The Sgt.’s defense attorney and the prosecutor both declined to say if “Bergdahl is planning to enter a guilty plea. “We continue to maintain careful respect for the military-judicial process, the rights of the accused and ensuring the case’s fairness and impartiality during this ongoing legal case,” Paul Boyce, an Army spokesman. The Taliban commanders are believed to have returned to active combat. If Bergdahl pleads guilty the soldiers who looked for him will be allowed to testify at his sentencing hearing. “The judge ruled a Navy SEAL and an Army National Guard sergeant wouldn’t have found themselves in separate firefights if they hadn’t been searching.”
http://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2017/10...

California Now Sanctuary State

Oct 7, 2017

Governor Jerry Brown signed a package of laws that protect illegal aliens. Landlords will be barred from “disclosing information about immigration status in order to intimidate, harass or evict tenants without following proper procedures.” Immigrants would be allowed to sue civilly if landlord violate their rights. Additionally, “no state office or entity in California [can] compel a landlord to obtain and disclose information on a tenant’s immigration status.” State legislators don’t want Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents to enforce current federal law on illegal immigration. Assemblyman David Chiu said, “Trump’s escalating war on immigrants is ripping apart families and mass deportations could be our new reality.” The effect of the new laws puts the “interests of illegal aliens first, ahead of legal, law-abiding California citizens,” wrote former California Assemblyman Tim Donnelly.
http://www.breitbart.com/california/2017/10/06/new...

An End to AOL Instant Messenger

Oct 7, 2017

AOL will discontinue its Instant Messenger platform on December 15. The platform will come to an end because “the way in which we communicate with each other has profoundly changed,” said Micael Albers of AOL’s parent company. After December 15, users will no longer be able to sign in and all data will be deleted. When it launched in 1997, it was a revolution in online communication. In 2001 “it claimed more than 100 million registered users.” It allowed “instant access to friends and contacts on a user’s ‘buddy list.’” AOL was protective of its system and did not allow rival systems to communicate with its Instant Messenger platform. The popularity of the messaging system “waned amid the rise of text messaging, Google Chat and social networking sites.”
http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2017/10/06/goodbye-a...

Never Believe Anything Until It’s Officially Denied

Oct 7, 2017

The inspector general of the Treasury Department said that it is investigating allegations that the Treasury’s “intelligence division has been illegally looking at private financial records of U.S. citizens.” Officials at the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network have been warning Congress and other federal officials that “private banking and financial information belonging to U.S. citizens has been searched and stored illegally.” An unnamed Treasury official called the actions “domestic spying.” A spokesman for the Treasury officially denied the report. “An unsourced suggestion that an office with Treasury is engaged in illegal spying on Americans is unfounded and completely off-base.” The alleged spying took place during the Obama administration.
http://thehill.com/homenews/administration/354350-...

Trump Mulling Shakeup At State Department

Oct 7, 2017

President Trump may replace Secretary of State Rex Tillerson with CIA Director Mike Pompeo. Earlier in the week it came to light that Tillerson called the president a “moron.” Tillerson and the White House denied that the even happened. Tillerson called dismissed the “allegation as ‘petty nonsense.’” President Trump called the report “fake news.” However, the allegation has been confirmed independently by several news outlets. The president was “reportedly furious with Tillerson after reports of their discord captured the media’s attention. . . .” The Secretary of State reportedly considered resigning earlier in the summer but was persuaded from doing so by Vice President Pence. “There’s never been a consideration in my mind of leaving.” CIA Director Mike Pompeo “enjoys unique access to the president, delivering his daily briefings and offering consultation on all foreign policy decisions.”
http://dailycaller.com/2017/10/06/trump-considerin...

Jail Time for Misusing Gender Pronouns

Oct 7, 2017

Nursing home staffers can now be fined and get one year in prison if they “refuse to use the preferred generators pronouns of nursing home residents.” Governor Jerry Brown signed the legislation into law on Thursday. The legislation also “requires nursing homes and care facilities to allow residents to use the bathroom of their choice, regardless of biological sex.” The legislation was part of a so called bill of rights for LGBT Seniors. The legislator who wrote the bill, Scott Weiner, said, “Everyone is entitled to their religious view. But when you enter the public space, when you are running an institution, you are in a workplace, you are in a civil setting, and you have to follow the law.”
http://dailycaller.com/2017/10/06/california-can-n...

HHS Issues New Guidelines on Contraception Mandate

Oct 7, 2017

The Department of Health and Human Services issued new rules regarding Obamacare’s contraceptive mandate. Insurance providers with “religious or moral objections to contraception” will be exempt from providing them. The list of exempt groups will include “nonprofits, employers, plan sponsors, institutions of higher education,” as well as objecting individuals. The rule change comes several months after President Trump signed an executive order declaring that, "It shall be the policy of the executive branch to vigorously enforce Federal law's robust protections for religious freedom." "Faith is deeply embedded into the history of our country, the spirit of our founding and the soul of our nation. We will not allow people of faith to be targeted, bullied or silenced anymore." Administration officials believe that no more than 200 organizations are expected to take advantage of the new rules.
http://freebeacon.com/issues/admin-announces-relie...

Democrat Representative Won’t Run Again

Oct 7, 2017

Democratic Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter is bailing out. She won’t be seeking re-election in 2018. The decision will create an open seat that Republicans and Democrats will race to fill. The seat has changed party affiliation several times in recent years. Porter said that she wanted to step down so as to be able to be around her family. "I felt the tug of family at our reunion on Independence Day, and I have continued to feel it.” Porter said that 2018 was shaping up to be like 2006 when Democrats took control of Congress. The National Republican Congressional Committee already had highlighted the seat as a “pickup opportunity” for Republicans. Two Republicans have already entered the race. So far no Democrats have announced they are running.
http://freebeacon.com/politics/dem-rep-announces-w...

The Cost of Political Correctness

Oct 7, 2017

Politicians and the cities they run must be overflowing with money. The rush to remove Confederate monuments is costing taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars. In San Antonio, Texas, taxpayers paid $258,680 to remove one single Confederate monument from Travis Park. An itemized list showed that it cost $147,775 to remove and transport the monument. $103,809 for the cost of police, fencing, barricades, and surveillance cameras. An additional $7,000 was spent to replant the park. The city initially approved only $150,000 for the removal. A statue of General Lee cost the city of Dallas, Texas $450,000 to remove. City politicians are considering changing the names of street signs and removing another monument. The second monument may cost the city an estimated $800,000.
http://freebeacon.com/issues/removal-confederate-m...

The Republican Tax Plan Scam

Oct 7, 2017

Under the tax plan being floated by Republicans two big changes would occur with how the government adjusts for inflation. Republicans are proposing doing away with the personal exemption which is indexed to inflation. It would be “partially” replaced “with a bigger Child Tax Credit,” which is currently not indexed to inflation. A bigger Child Tax Credit would initially help families, but “inflation would erode the additional benefit over time.” The other big change in the plan is the way in which inflation is measured for the tax code. The code currently used the Consumer Price Index. Under the Republican plan, the CPI would be replaced with chained CPI. This method “is consistently lower than traditional CPI.” The government would raise more in taxes under the adjustments and taxpayers would be left with less money over time. “It would especially hit low- and moderate-income households that rely on the Earned Income Tax Credit and standard deduction, but it would affect all taxpayers in some way.”
http://www.economicpolicyjournal.com/2017/10/the-m...

ISIS Continues to Claim Pollack was one of Their Own

Oct 6, 2017

ISIS is unrelenting in claiming that the Las Vegas massacre by Stephen Pollack was a result of his conversion to Islam that it says occurred six months ago. The terrorist group has published this claim in it online magazine. The FBI continues to dispute this claim, but seems no closer to establishing a motive for the mass shooting.

There also continue to be unproven claims by others that there were more shooters involved, but there is no definitive evidence of this either. However, there is emerging evidence that there may have been more than one person involved in the attack.

Pelosi Behavior Getting More Bizarre

Oct 6, 2017

House minority leader Nancy has been showing disturbing signs of suffering from a possible stroke, or even the onset of dementia in the last few months. Things appeared to get worse on Wednesday night at a town hall meeting televised by CNN. She struggled to get words to come and sometimes stared blankly at the audience or waived her hands like she was trying emphasize words she was not actually saying.

When she did actually say something she had trouble putting coherent sentences together and often just rambled. This may be the reason that more democrats in the House are calling for her to be replaced with a new leader.

Another Hurricane Threatens U.S.

Oct 6, 2017

The hurricane season is not officially over until November and right on cue another storm is entering the Gulf of Mexico and heading toward the U.S. coast. Tropical storm Nate is predicted to be a category 1 hurricane by the time it makes landfall this Sunday along the Gulf Coast. It is a rather erratic storm so its path is hard to predict but right now it appears to be heading toward southeast Louisiana, making the flood prone city of New Orleans vulnerable.

While, it is not projected to be a major storm it could produce significant amounts of rain that could cause flooding. New Orleans is eight feet below sea level and relies on some aging and often unreliable pumps to get rain water out of the city.

NRA Endorses Regulation of Butt-stock System for Firearms

Oct 6, 2017

In a move that has caught some people by surprise the National Rifle Association (NRA) has called on the ATF to regulate the use of the butt-stock system that is used on rifles like the AR-15 to make them fire more rapidly. These essentially turn semi-automatic weapons into fully automatic weapons, that have been outlawed since the 1930s. These systems were on several of the weapons used by Stephen Pollack in his murderous rampage in Las Vegas. In reality, few shooters use the systems because they cause the weapons to be inaccurate if not used by experts. Interestingly, the NRA wants the limitations to be done by ATF regulations and not by Congressional action that could include other gun control provisions.

House Republicans Pass Historic Budget Resolution

Oct 6, 2017

Despite the fact that not one Democrat voted for it, the Republicans in the House of Representatives passed an historic budget for the year 2018 by a vote of 219-206. Eighteen Republicans voted against it. What makes the vote historic is the fact that it opens the door for passage of a tax reform and tax reduction plan through the reconciliation process. This means that if the Republicans in the Senate hold together the Democrats cannot use the 60 vote filibuster rule to stop it.

Democrats are determined to block any tax relief for American taxpayers and businesses, but Republicans are now in the driver’s seat. However, they cannot afford to have the defections in the Senate that sank the repeal of Obamacare.

North Korean Threat Continues to Grow

Oct 6, 2017

In the past few months Intelligence sources in the United States and South Korea have continued to see more evidence that the North Korean nuclear program and missile programs are farther along than anyone had suspected. They have learned this not just from monitoring the regime’s testing of nuclear devices and missiles, but also “decoding” North Korean propaganda to determine what claims are fake and what may be true.

Recently, an independent research group that monitors the proliferation of chemical and biological has determined that Kim Jong Un’s military also has thousands more chemical and biological weapons than previously thought.

California Officially Becomes Sanctuary State

Oct 6, 2017

Governor Jerry Brown has signed a new law officially making California a sanctuary state where illegals will be protected from federal immigration laws and provide with free legal services in addition to all of the other “free” stuff they get. California already spends millions of taxpayer dollars providing free food, housing, education, and medical care to millions of people who have broken our laws by coming into the country illegally. In the meantime, citizens are fleeing California in droves to get away from incredibly high taxes and ridiculous regulations that hurt businesses. None of this seems to concern Brown or the liberals in the state legislature. They are going to protect illegals at all costs.

Investigators Believe Paddock had Accomplice

Oct 6, 2017

While still struggling to find a motive for Stephen Paddock’s murderous rampage, investigators are now saying that he may have had at least one accomplice. It has been reported that he was gambling heavily in the Mandalay Bay casino in the days before the attack. It has also been reported that he had a female companion that was obviously not his girlfriend who was out of the country. There have also been questions about whether he had help getting all of the weapons and ammunition into the hotel room, and whether he had an escape plan that obviously failed.

Russian Plans Retaliation Over Consulate Closure

Oct 6, 2017

Russia plans to retaliate after the United States ordered the Russian consulate in San Francisco closed. After the consulate was closed, American authorities broke the locks and entered the building. In a statement released on Thursday, Russia’s Foreign Ministry called the American officials who participated “intruders.” The State Department said that the Americans “took a ‘walkthrough’ of the Russian diplomatic facility.” The U.S. told the Russians to close the consulate in response to the Russians ordering several hundred embassy staff to leave Russia. The Kremlin “welcomed new U.S. Ambassador Jon Huntsman” on Tuesday. Putin made it clear that relations between the two countries are “below satisfactory” and pushed for relations based on “equality, respect for national interests, and noninterference with each other’s internal affairs.” Ambassador Huntsman responded, “I look forward to working to rebuild trust between our two countries and to strengthening the bilateral relationship based on cooperation on common interests.”
http://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2017/10...

No Bailout for Puerto Rico

Oct 6, 2017

President Trump has no plans to bail out Puerto Rico. The island is $73 billion in debt. The island’s government filed for bankruptcy in May. In anticipation that the federal government would bail out the island’s government, big Wall Street companies “bought tens of billions of dollars in defaulted Puerto Rico municipal bonds for as low as 30 cent on the dollar last year.” On Tuesday the president told Fox Business News, “They owe a lot of money to your friends on Wall Street and we’re going to have to wipe that out. You’re going to say goodbye to that, I don’t know if it’s Goldman Sachs, but whoever it is you can wave goodbye to that.” In response, Puerto Rico’s bonds fell by 31 percent as hedge funds panicked at the news. According to White House budget director, while the United States plans to assist the island recover from the hurricane, “Puerto Rico is going to have to figure out how to fix the errors that its made for the last generation on its own finances.”
http://www.breitbart.com/california/2017/10/04/tru...

Major Democratic Donor In Trouble

Oct 6, 2017

Democrat supporter and donor Harvey Weinstein has settled at least “eight sexual harassment complaints over 25 years between 1990 and 2015.” Weinstein is an Oscar-winning producer and supporter of Hillary Clinton. After the news broke, Weinstein said, “I appreciate the way I’ve behave with colleagues in the past has caused a lot of pain, and I sincerely apologize for it. though I’m trying to do better, I know I have a long way to go.” In light of the revelation, Weinstein will see a therapist and take a “leave of absence from his film company.” But he won’t be doing penance. Instead he’ll be channeling “that anger” into more productive things. He announced, “I’ve decided that I’m going to give the NRA my full attention.” He also indicated that he’d go after President Trump. Weinstein hosted a fund-raiser for Hillary Clinton in his New York home in 2016. He also employed former President Obama’s oldest daughter as an intern this year.
http://www.breitbart.com/big-hollywood/2017/10/05/...

Snowflake Panics Over Shoelace

Oct 6, 2017

At Michigan State University a student called police after seeing a “noose” hanging outside her residence hall. Police conducted interviews and a thorough investigation. After solemnly weighing the evidence, police decided that “the object was a packaged leather shoelace and not a noose.” Helping police make their determination was that “the matching packaged shoelace was found outside the residence hall.” “Officers located and spoke to the student who lost both of the shoelaces.” “The student who lost the shoelaces lives on the same floor as the student who made the original report.” The student who made the report received high praise from the university’s president, Lou Anna K. Simon. She praised the student’s “courage” to make the report. “This type of behavior is not tolerated on our campus. No Spartan should ever feel targeted based on their race, or other ways in which they identify.”
http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2017/10/05/michigan-...

Politicians Flee

Oct 6, 2017

Twenty percent of the House of Representatives in Illinois will not be running fore re-election in 2018. Many of these fleeing are Republicans who voted to raise taxes so as to get a state budget passed. It is a classic case of lawmakers not wanting to face the voters. In addition to the thirty lawmakers who won’t be standing, other incumbents are expected to lose their seats in the election. As legislators look to flee, residents of Illinois are increasingly leaving the state. United Van Lines has published reports for years showing trends in where people are moving. States that tend to be poorly run tend to have “higher out-migration” rates. “Illinois, New York and New Jersey account for five of the ten cities with high net out-migration rates.” Anecdotally, right after the Illinois state legislature voted to raise the “individual income tax rate from 3.75 to 4.95 percent” local financial planners began receiving phone calls from worried retirees asking if they should leave the state.
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-10-05/20-illino...

Investigators Meet With Former Spy Who Authored Trump Dossier

Oct 6, 2017

Investigators for Special Counsel Robert Mueller met with Christopher Steel, the former British spy who wrote the dossier on Donald Trump. Steele was hired by an opposition research firm to find dirt on candidate Trump. The report alleged that the Trump campaign “directly colluded it Russian operatives before the election. it also claims that the Kremlin used blackmail material against Trump.” Everyone mentioned in the dossier has dismissed it as fake. It is unknown how much the FBI relied upon the report, “though the FBI reportedly cited the document in an application for a surveillance warrant against former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.” Steele has refused to meet with the Senate panel which is investigating allegations of Russian interference in the election. The committee chairman, Senator Richard Burr, said that committee members were “unable to assess the credibility of the dossier without talking to Steele.”
http://dailycaller.com/2017/10/05/report-muellers-...

Russian Hackers Stole NSA Data

Oct 6, 2017

Russian Hackers stole information “belonging to the National Security Agency about America’s cyber defense from the home computer of a U.S. government contractor.” The contractor was using Kaspersky antivirus software. “The stolen material included details about how the NSA penetrates foreign computer networks, the computer code it uses for such spying and how it defends networks inside the U.S.” The case represents the first known instance of the Russians using Kaspersky to infiltrate the United States national security. Kaspersky was founded by a “computer scientist who was trained at a KGB-sponsored technical school.” The NSA has never allowed the software to be put on its work computers. But there are “no prohibitions on it being used on employee’s private home computers.”
http://freebeacon.com/national-security/russian-ha...

CIA Says China Can Do More Over North Korea

Oct 6, 2017

According to a top CIA official for the agency’s East Asia Mission Center, China can do more to pressure North Korea to give up its nuclear and ballistic missile programs. Michael Collins said, "It's clear the Chinese want to maintain influence with this regime and are probably worried about undercutting that if they pull all of their support away from North Korea.” "Their challenge, in my view, is to … assess the extent of support they provide to North Korea and to what extent that encourages North Korean behavior." 90 percent of North Korea’s exports go through China, making China’s cooperation important in the enforcement of sanctions. All of North Korea’s oil imports come from China which gives China great leverage over North Korea’s regime. "China's calculation as to what to do on North Korea is not determined solely, if at all, by North Korean behavior. It's that they worry what will happen in response to North Korean behavior,” said Collins.
http://freebeacon.com/national-security/cia-offici...

D.C. Will Not Appeal Gun-Carry Ruling

Oct 6, 2017

Washington D.C.’s attorney general will not appeal a federal appeals court decision that struck down a gun-carry law. Attorney General Karl Racine said, “I continue to believe the District’s ‘good reason’ requirement is a common-sense, and constitutional, gun regulation. However, we must reckon with the fact that an adverse decision by the Supreme Court could have wide-ranging negative effects not just on District residents, but on the country as a whole.” He went on to say that after “careful consideration” and consultation, he decided that the “wisest course of action to protect public safety in the District and nationwide” would be to not appeal to the Supreme Court. According to the appeals court, the District’s “good reason” clause was “designed with the intention of denying most normal citizens the ability to carry a gun.” There was a good chance that a Supreme Court decision would have overturned similar laws in other states. However, the Supreme Court may hear the issue at some point in the future. The circuits are now split because of conflicting decisions.
http://freebeacon.com/issues/d-c-decides-not-to-ap...

Representative Marsha Blackburn Announces She’s Running for Senate

Oct 6, 2017

Republican Representative Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee announce that she is running to replace Senator Bob Corker who announced his decision to retire from the Senate. In the video in which she announced that she is running, she said that the Senate needs to act like the majority party that it is. “In the United States Senate: It’s totally dysfunctional and it’s enough to drive you nuts. And that is why I’ve decided to do something about it.” She added, “Too many Senate Republicans act like Democrats — or worse.” She touted the work she did to stop the sale of body parts of unborn children. She demonstrated that she supports the Second Amendment and that she will support the border wall that the president wants to put up on the southern border. “I know the left calls me a wing nut or a knuckle-dragging conservative,” she said. “And you know what, I say that’s all right. Bring it on.” If elected, she would serve as Tennessee’s first woman senator.
http://freebeacon.com/politics/gop-rep-senate-bid-...

FOX News Extends its Dominance of Cable News

Oct 5, 2017

The latest numbers are in comparing the number of viewers of Fox News shows to the shows on CNN, MSNBC, and HLN and they staggering. Fox News shows are number one in all of the prime time slots from 4 p.m. eastern to 11 p.m. eastern. CNN runs a distant second with MSNBC third, and HLN’s ratings are almost nonexistence.

Shows like the Neil Cavuto show and The Five have numbers significantly higher that their competitors, but the biggest numbers come in the 9 p.m. time slot when Sean Hannity’s show has been moved to go head to head with the Rachel Maddow show on MSNBC. Maddow’s show, which consists mostly of attacks on President Trump, had been heralded by the liberal media for being number one in its time slot. However, Hannity is beating her two to one in the number of viewers.

President Trump Makes Solemn Visit to Las Vegas

Oct 5, 2017

In a four hour visit to the stricken city of Las Vegas yesterday President Donald Trump and Melania Trump visited the wounded in hospitals and offered prayers and condolences for the families of victims. He and the First Lady also met with police officers, sheriff’s deputies, and other first responders. The President praised their heroism and that of civilians who rose to the occasion and helped treat and transport victims to area hospitals when the ambulance services were overwhelmed. Everyone seemed very gratified by Trump’s visit, but everyone agrees that the people of Las Vegas face a long and difficult recovery.

Optimism on the Economy at a Ten Year High

Oct 5, 2017

A recent survey by CNBC shows that 43% of the American people think the economy is excellent or good or many think it will continue to improve. This is the highest level since the survey was started ten years ago. The continued rise in the stock market is part of the reason for this optimism, but there are many other factors.

Many people believe that this will eventually result in a boost for President Trump’s approval rating that has only shown a slight uptick in the last few weeks. However, his base is holding solid and most sitting presidents get a bump when the economy is good and the public is optimistic about it.

Catalonia Prepares to Break Away from Spain

Oct 5, 2017

Following its vote for independence Catalonia is preparing to take the next step this Monday and declare itself an independent country. This will constitute a major blow to both Spain and the European Union. Some are saying that the consequences can be worse than BREXIT. The leaders in Catalonia have indicated a willingness to negotiate the Spanish government, but that offer has been rejected. Ironically, the referendum for independence might not have passed if it wasn’t for the Spanish police using sometimes brutal measures to try and keep people from voting.

However, since Catalonia has its own language and culture the movement for independence has been growing for some time. Now there is a growing concern about possible civil war.

Three Green Berets Killed in Ambush

Oct 5, 2017

Three U.S. army Green Berets have been killed and two others wounded in an ambush in the African country of Niger. The Americans were on a routine training patrol with Niger troops when they were apparently ambushed by an Al Qaeda affiliated terrorist organization. The ambush occurred along the border with Mali where the Al Qaeda units are believe to be based before conducting raids across the border into Niger.

These are the first American casualties resulting in the U.S. mission to provide training and logistical support to the Nigerien armed forces in their fight against the Al Qaeda affiliate.

Vegas Shooters Motive Still Unclear

Oct 5, 2017

Almost three days after Stephen Paddock unleashed a hail of gunfire on innocent people attending an outdoor country music concert in Las Vegas authorities still appear to have no clear idea of his motive for the massacre. They had hoped to be helped by the information provided by Pollack’s girlfriend Marilou Danley who voluntarily returned from the Philippines where she had been sent by her boyfriend prior to the shooting rampage.

After a six hour interview with the FBI her attorney reported she that claimed to have had no indication that he was planning any sort of violence. She referred to him as a kind man, and so far the authorities have not released any information that contradicts what her attorney said.

Protestors Block Highway in St. Louis

Oct 5, 2017

Less than 48 hours after a madman opened fire on a concert in Las Vegas there is a demonstration in St. Louis. During the massacre in Vegas police officers, many of them without tactical gear or heavy weapons rushed toward the area where they thought the shooter was. Other officers used their bodies to shield civilians from the gunfire. Some officers were killed or wounded.

After this, one would think that the demonstration in St. Louis was a memorial for the victims and to honor the heroes. It was not, it was members of Black Lives Matter and other leftist group demonstrating their hatred of police. While other Americans mourned these people were blocking a major highway.

Rex Tillerson Slams NBC Report

Oct 5, 2017

NBC news has reported that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has been on the outs with President Donald Trump for months and has seriously considered resigning. Tillerson rarely holds press conferences, but did on Wednesday morning to directly refute the NBC report that were based on the usual “unnamed sources”. The Secretary said his number one priority is to promote the policies of the President.

He also reacted angrily to reporter’s question about whether it was true that he had referred to Trump as a “moron.” Tillerson responded by calling the question “petty nonsense”.

Geraldo Rivera Criticizes Fake News

Oct 5, 2017

Geraldo Rivera is a Fox News contributor who is not known for being particularly fond of some of the policies of President Donald Trump. However, Geraldo is from Puerto Rico and has been there since the island was slammed by Hurricane Maria. He was also present Tuesday when the President and First Lady visited the island, and he was apparently appalled about many in the main stream media criticizing the visit.

He called much of what they reported as “fake news”. Geraldo said that the actions of the President and First Lady were very gracious and they were graciously received by the people of Puerto Rico.

UKIP MEP’s Twitter Account Reinstated

Oct 5, 2017

On September 26th, Gerard Batten, UKIP Member of the European Parliament, was kicked off of Twitter because he tweeted, “Muslims kill each other for being the wrong kind of Muslim more than they kill infidels. It’s a death cult.” During his ban, Batten wrote to Twitter to explain his remarks and demand that his account be reinstated. In his letter to the company, Batten said, “What I have said regarding ‘Muslims killing other Muslims more than they kill Infidels’ is merely a matter of accepted fact… exemplified by the Shia v Sunni conflict for the last 1,400 years, and many other internal Islamic feuds.” He never received a response. However the ban was lifted on October 3rd. His first tweet was to pick up right where he’d left off. He doubled down on his remarks tweeting, “My twitter account was suspended recently because I said ‘Islam was a death cult’. Well I am back now, and Islam is still a death cult.” In a matter of 24 hours, he’d netted over 2,000 new followers. Batten said, “It just goes to show people are paying attention.”
http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/10/04/afttwit...

Arpaio Pardon Valid

Oct 5, 2017

A federal judge ruled that President Trump’s pardon of Sheriff Joe Arpaio was valid. She dismissed the criminal case against Arpaio after citing Supreme Court precedence. With the pardon, prosecutors won’t be able to hold Arpaio accountable for violating a judge’s order to stop enforcing federal immigration law. Several advocacy groups as well as 30 Democrats in Congress asked a federal judge to hold the pardon invalid, arguing that “clemency is an encroachment by Trump on the power and independence of the courts.” While dismissing the case, the judge “held off on ruling on Arpaio’s request to throw out all orders in the case, including a blistering 14-page ruling in which the judge explained her original reasoning in finding that Arpaio was guilty of a crime.” Arpaio was found guilty of racially profiling Latinos on immigration patrols. John Keller, the prosecutor in the case, agreed that it was “appropriate to dismiss the case against Arpaio.” Keller went on to say, “This prosecution is over. The defendant will never be held accountable for his contempt of Judge Snow’s injunction.”
http://www.breitbart.com/news/judge-lets-trumps-pa...

Accounting Fraud at the U.S. Treasury

Oct 5, 2017

Earlier this year the U.S. Treasury had to resort to extraordinary measures to keep the government running. During that period the nation’s official debt stood still at $19.9 trillion. Within 24 hours of the debt ceiling being raised however, the official U.S. debt skyrocketed another $317 billion. One extraordinary measure that the Treasury resorts to when it cannot sell more debt is to raid the federal employee’s retirement fund. The fund has $225 billion. If the Treasury borrows from it, it does not have to count that borrowing towards the official debt of the country. Right after President Trump signed the legislation, the Treasury repaid the borrowed funds and sold more debt. Since the debt deal was signed September 8, the federal government has added $335 billion to the federal debt. When it comes to dealing responsibly with the nation’s finances, there are no serious people in charge. Serious people do not knowingly keep spending their country deeper into debt.
http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/the-accounting-f...

GOP Infighting

Oct 5, 2017

The Vice President’s chief of staff told a gathering of Republican donors that “the party’s congressional majorities should be jettisoned in 2018 if that’s what it takes to weed out members disloyal to President Trump.” “Because look, if we’re going to be in the minority again, we might as well have a minority who are with us as opposed to a minority who helped us become a minority,” said Nick Ayers. Anonymous Republican congressional aides said Ayers’ remarks were aimed at covering for the vice-president’s inability to “whip enough votes to pass an Obamacare repeal bill in the Senate.” Republicans have been unable to cobble together the votes necessary to enact promised reforms on healthcare and taxes. Voter’s frustration with Republicans may lead to attempts to primary incumbents who are up for re-election in 2018. Some Republican strategists think that if Republicans lose their governing majority, that it will provide a “convenient foil and ease the path to re-election two years later.” Several Republican incumbents have already announced their intention to not seek re-election in 2018.
http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/mike-pences-top-...

Private Aid in Puerto Rico

Oct 5, 2017

While President Trump and a Puerto Rican mayor have a war of words and blame each other for incompetence, pop star Daddy Yankee jumped into the mess and delivered aid. He gave “$100,000 in assistance to feed the people whose homes were destroyed, who were left without power or water after the hurricane . . . .” The money bought food for approximately 9,000 family in Toa Baja. Each family received 59 pounds of food and rations of water. While touring a food bank, Daddy Yankee provided 200 gallons of diesel to run the freezer’s generators for another week. The generators were within two hours of running out of fuel, risking 25,000 pounds of frozen food. Daddy Yankee said, “We got the diesel! We got the diesel! We can’t wait for the government.” If there is any silver lining in the disaster, it is that people will see how incompetent government is. When a private citizen can get aid to victims, it might revolutionize the tendency towards dependency.
http://www.thedailybell.com/news-analysis/we-cant-...

Commie West Point Grad’s Were Well Known

Oct 5, 2017

The West Point graduate who showed the statement, “Communism will win” was long known for his Marxist anti-American views. Spenser Rapone was reported in 2015 as being insubordinate and having “extremist political views.” The Academy issued a statement last week saying Ropone’s beliefs “in no way reflect the values of the U.S. Military Academy of the U.S. Army… Second Lieutenant Ropone’s chain of command is aware of his actions and is looking into the matter.” In a sworn statement, an Academy history professor reported, “From his various online rantings and posts, it appears that Cadet Rapone is an avowed Marxist, which is completely out of line with the values of this nation and its Army.” Despite the report and Cadet Rapone’s well known Marxist rantings on social media, and despite the urging of Rapone’s chain of command, West Point allowed Rapone to graduate as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Army. West Point’s public affairs office has refused to answer questions as to why Rapone was allowed to graduate. A retired Army Colonel wrote that “every officer from [Rapone’s] first line supervisor to the U.S. Military Academy Superintendent must be relieved and reprimanded” for failure to discharge Rapone from West Point years earlier.
http://dailycaller.com/2017/10/04/exclusive-commun...

Iran Nuclear Deal Up For Decertification

Oct 5, 2017

President Trump is not expected to formally recertify that Iran is in compliance with the nuclear deal. Secretary of State Tillerson and Defense Secretary Mattie have pressured the president to preserve the deal. However the president is reportedly “frustrated with Iran’s continued tests of ballistic missile technology and rogue operations targeting U.S. forces in the region.” By decertifying the nuclear deal, Congress would be able to impose sanctions on the Iranian government and Iran’s Revolutionary Guard. The International Atomic Energy Agency is unable to determine if “Iran is working on sensitive nuclear explosive technology” because of the restrictions that Iran has put on inspectors. Senator Ted Cruz said, "If the Iranians are serious about a peaceful program, they need to prove it. Iran's continued refusal to allow IAEA access to military sites—a clear requirement of the terms of the deal—renders the JCPOA utterly ineffective, and, even worse, a sham that only facilitates Iran's acquiring nuclear weapons. This absence of any meaningful verification is yet another reason to vitiate this foolhardy agreement." Iran said that it would walk away from the deal if the Trump administration fails to certify that Iran is in compliance.
http://freebeacon.com/national-security/trump-expe...

Unaffordable Obamacare

Oct 5, 2017

Half of Americans can’t afford more than $100 a month in health insurance premiums. A survey conducted by HealthPocket asked 1,225 respondents what the highest premium they could afford in 2018 for health insurance. Half of respondents put the number at $100 or less. 19 percent said they could pay $200 a month, 9 percent said they could pay $300. A 40-year-old nonsmoker is paying $350 a month for the bronze plan, $411 for the silver plan, $522 for the gold plan and $623 for the platinum plan. 83 percent of Obamacare enrollees receive subsidies. After taxpayer subsidies, the average premium in 2017 was $106. The average unsubsidized premium was $489 a month. Politicians in Washington are looking at offering a copper plan that would put the price of healthcare premiums at about $100 a month.
http://freebeacon.com/uncategorized/half-americans...

One Standard for Democrats; Another Standard for the Rest of Us

Oct 5, 2017

Democrat Senator Tom Carper announced that he will oppose President Trump’s nominee to the Environmental Protection Agency because of the nominees ties to the chemical industry. Michael Dourson was nominated to be an “assistant administrator for the Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention.” Dourson founded the Toxicology Excellence for Risk Assessment nonprofit corporation and previously worked for the EPA for 15 years. Senator Carper said of Dourson, “This is the first time anyone with such clear and extensive ties to the chemical industry has been picked to regulate that industry.” Senator Carper’s objections are hypocritical. Senator Carper has in excess of $650,000 invested in energy stocks that the Environment and Public Works Committee regulates. A spokesman for Carper called the “efforts to cast a shadow of impropriety . . . [as] nothing more than a cheap shot and a diversionary tactic. . . .”
http://freebeacon.com/politics/sen-carper-685000-e...

Three U.S. Special Forces Killed in Niger

Oct 5, 2017

Three American Army Special Forces were killed in Niger on Wednesday and two other Green Berets were wounded in a routine training mission. The American soldiers were training with local troops. Lt. Commander Anthony Flavo said, “We can confirm reports that a joint U.S. and Nigerien patrol came under hostile fire in southwest Niger.” The Americans have bene providing counterterrorism “training and security assistance to the Nigerien armed forces.” American troops continue to be in Niger as a result of President Obama’s “strategy to train, equip and otherwise support indigenous armies and security forces to fight their own wars instead of deploying large American forces to far-flung hot spots.” The Niger government is trying to stop the “flow of insurgents across Niger’s lightly guarded borders with Mali, Nigeria, and Libya.” The United States is using Niger as a base from which to launch drones to monitor Islamic State insurgents.
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/04/world/africa/sp...

NFL Ratings Continue to Drop

Oct 4, 2017

The ratings for the NFL continued to fall this past Monday when the Kansas City Chiefs played the Washington Redskins. This has occurred despite the fact that fewer players participated in the anthem protests last Sunday than the week before. However, the NFL cause was not helped by the actions of two Kansas City players, Marcus Peters and Ukeme Eligwe sat down during the anthem immediately after a moment of silence was held for the victims of the Las Vegas massacre. In the meantime, it has been reported that NFL owners are deeply divided over the protests with some wanting them to end while others continue to support the protests. In the meantime a major car dealership in New Jersey has pulled its NFL ads for the rest of the season.

Lawmakers Furious over IRS Action

Oct 4, 2017

Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are perplexed and downright angry over the decision of the IRS to grant a multimillion dollar contract to Equifax to verify taxpayer identity. This has occurred while the company and many of its executives are under investigation for the loss of sensitive and confidential information of over 145 million Equifax customers. Several of these investigations are being conducted by Congressional committees.

The IRS has claimed that Equifax is the only company capable of providing the services it needs, but many members of congress are unconvinced.

Liberal Television Critics Hate new Network Military Shows

Oct 4, 2017

Liberal movie and television critics have often trashed any shows that appeared to be patriotic and pro U.S. military. Now, many of them are hysterical over three new network shows “Navy Seals” “The Brave” and “Valor”. The shows are being criticized as being overly patriotic by placing members of the American military in a heroic light, and creating a “vengeful spirit” among Americans when it comes to the terrorists who want to kill them.

On the other hand some of these same critics are very excited about an Amazon show that will be the first to show full transgender nudity.

Mark Cuban Considering Run for President

Oct 4, 2017

Liberal billionaire Mark Cuban claims to be an independent when it comes to politics, but supported Hillary Clinton in 2016, and has been an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump and his agenda. However, the evidence is overwhelming that Cuban has been a far left liberal for years. The most infamous action he took was in 2007 when he financially supported a Brian De Palma’s anti-military movie “Redacted”.

The movie was against the U.S. involvement in Iraq, but was widely criticize for trashing U.S. soldiers with false claims of brutality and murder, and according to many critics put American troops in greater danger of being killed. Neither Cuban nor De Palma appeared to care.

YouTube Moving to Protect Liberal Politicians

Oct 4, 2017

The YouTube efforts to remove conservative content from its site have expanded into protecting liberal Democrats from their own mistakes. Recent posts of Nancy Pelosi making somewhat incoherent ramblings, and Maxine Waters’ outlandish ravings against Trump have been censored by YouTube by demonetizing the site that posted them.

YouTube has declared these videos “unsuitable for most advertisers, so it will not allow the site to make money off the videos. This is interesting since the videos contain no outside commentary; they just present the unedited words of liberal politicians. It appears to many people that YouTube and its parent company Google are so intent on protecting the liberal agenda that they will censor everyone and everything that threatens it, especially the truth.

Las Vegas Shooter did Extensive Planning

Oct 4, 2017

In the short time since the horrific Las Vegas attack authorities have concluded that the shooter, Stephen Pollack, engaged in extensive planning for the attack. This was obviously not planned overnight and in fact probably took months to plan. There are many questions to be answered including how and when he picked out the exact room where he could shoot down in the crowd.

He also managed to take ten suitcases loaded with firearms and ammunition into the Mandalay Bay resort hotel, set up several surveillance cameras including one in the hallway, and then break out two hotel windows to set up his field of fire. All of this preparation required considerable time and money.

Democrats Refuse to Honor Shooting Victims

Oct 4, 2017

Democrats in and out of Congress, along with the liberal media have been severely criticized for their efforts to immediately politicize the tragedies caused by hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria, and gain some kind of political advantage. They have obviously been undeterred by the criticism since within hours they were using the tragedy in Las Vegas to push their gun control agenda.

Not only was Hillary Clinton doing almost incoherent tweets, but Democrats were already sending out appeals for fund raising to fight for gun control. Then in the ultimate insult to Americans at least three Democrat House members refused to participate in a moment of silence for the victims.

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