The Media Loses It Over “S***hole Countries”

by Vincent Cucchiara President Donald J Trump has, once again, made international headlines by saying something well known to every single person not living under a rock. According to the New York Times piece on the subject, Trump, during a meeting to discuss immigration, made several statements questioning the need for immigration protections for foreign nationals several impoverished nations. The most notable of which, from the apparently quite exasperated President, was questioning why we need “all these people from…

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DNC Deputy Chairman Tweets in Support of Antifa

by Sarah Nahrgang Congressman Keith Ellison (D – Minn.), deputy chairman of the Democratic National Committee, tweeted the following on Wednesday in support of antifa, whose activities have been labeled as “domestic terrorist violence” by the Department of Homeland Security: The book pictured, Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook, by Mark Bray, is described as both a historical account of various counter-movements to European fascism and a guide for would-be antifa activists, meaning it not only advocates for violence, but also…

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US Continues to Withhold Military Funding from Pakistan, Protests Erupt

by Sarah Nahrgang A $1.1 billion aid package for Pakistan was authorized in 2016 by Congress, but in response to the country’s poor approaches to handling terrorism, the Trump administration announced in August of 2017 that it would be temporarily withholding $255 million. If Pakistan agreed to be more aggressive in cracking down on terrorist networks in Afghanistan, they would continue to receive US funding. Despite this, the Pakistani government has taken no such initiative, and the White House…

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Ohio Bans Abortion, Only for Those Diagnosed with Down Syndrome

by Sarah Nahrgang On Friday, Gov. John Kasich of Ohio signed into law an abortion ban for pre-born babies diagnosed with Down syndrome, making Ohio the third state to do so. A similar law was struck down in an appeals court in Indiana, but a 2013 abortion ban from North Dakota still stands. As with any piece of pro-life legislation, this was primarily met with polarizing reactions from both sides of the abortion debate, with pro-lifers praising the new…

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The Deep State Strikes Back

by Dominic DeCinti From the exoneration of Hillary Clinton to the messages revelations of Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, the FBI leadership has been a political wing of the Democrat Party and the Clinton’s. The faceless bureaucrats and establishment cronies abused their power to keep Hillary in the race, hatch a plan to stop President Trump, and entrap and handcuff his administration. In an ironic twist, their pro-Clinton investigation of the Clinton email server secured a Trump victory. After…

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The Acquittal of Kate Steinle’s Murderer, a Slap in the Face for American Values

  by Kevin Fenchak I’m not just angry over the failure to convict illegal alien Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, I’m positively incandescent with fury. Let’s call it what it is – this piece of filth came into our nation illegally multiple times and was thrown out repeatedly, committing various crimes along the way and showing a hatred for Americans completely typical of third-world criminals. On his last and hopefully final return to our fair country, this degenerate picked up…

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JFK Files: Journalists Are Undercover CIA? Hitler Faked His Death? LBJ Was Responsible for JFK Assassination?

by Jack T. On October 26th 2017, President Donald Trump did something no President before him has done by releasing 2,800 of the remaining documents related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. He left the remaining 500 up for review ’til 2018. This is a major turning point in the fight against those in the Deep State and the CIA, who have been lobbying every President, including Trump, heavily not to release these documents to the public….

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CNN Wants to Ban Their Own Term

by Vincent Cucchiara CNN published an opinion article on why the term “fake news” ought to be banned. Stating “When we use the term ‘fake news’ it is not only self-defeating, it oversimplifies a very complex problem” the authors seemed hopeful that if the term were to no longer be used, then perhaps people might view CNN itself as a more reputable news outlet. If this was in fact their desire, then perhaps they should have considered a few…

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Transgender Day of Remembrance

by Sarah Nahrgang November 20th is Transgender Day of Remembrance, and as such, we must take the day to specifically remember transgender victims of violent crime. 2017 is apparently the deadliest year on record for transgenders, with 25 transgender people being killed this past year in America, supposedly for reasons relating to transphobia or some form of discrimination. According to one Human Rights Campaign article, “Some of these cases involve clear anti-transgender bias. In others, the victim’s transgender status…

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Texas Church Shooting

by Vincent Cucchiara On Sunday, November 6th, Devin Patrick Kelley of Texas shot up a church in Sutherland Springs, killing 26 people and sending several more to the hospital before he was finally apprehended. After he left the church, locals Stephen Willeford and Johnnie Langendorff pursued Kelley’s vehicle until the attacker was run off the road. Willeford first opened fire on Kelley outside the church, then continued his pursuit in Langendorff’s vehicle. According to early police reports, after Kelley was run…

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