US Marshal Killed Serving Warrant in Harrisburg

by Vincent Cucchiara A US Marshal was shot and confirmed dead after the serving of a warrant ended in gunfire on Thursday, January 18th. Two other officers were injured in the incident as well as the gunman. According to Penn Live a terror suspect, Ahmed El-Mofty, was killed by police in a similar incident in very close proximity to the most recent shootout. There is, as of yet, no information about the gunman or the warrant, but it is suspected…

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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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Harvey Weinstein: Another Name on the Hollywood Walk of Shame

by Jack T. Another disgusting Hollywood elitist can’t keep his hands to himself or even his pants on. Harvey Weinstein, co-chairman of the massive film studio The Weinstein Company and co-founder of Miramax, has been fired from his company after multiple allegations of sexual assault and sexual harassment have surfaced. Two damning pieces from The New York Times and The New Yorker unveiled a long history of Weinstein’s mistreatment of women. The New York Times detailed Weinstein’s sexual harassment…

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A Conservative Freshman’s First Impressions at PSU

by Andrew Johnson Throughout high school, I began to hear more and more about the prolificacy of strong liberal biases on college campuses from both professors and students; thus, I approached my first semester at PSU politically cautious, but not politically confrontational. My first semester was relatively lax in terms of politics. I took mostly math and science courses which tend to avoid any political influences. However, I was required by the university to take a class called “PSU 16.”…

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Legal Immigration in the Age of Trump

by Dominic DeCinti In my previous article, I wrote on illegal immigration and the extent to which President Trump is keeping his promise to end it. While massive strides have been made away from the permissiveness and weak enforcement of the last several presidents, America is still struggling to bear the costs of a legal immigration system which has been barred from criticism for decades. Trump’s movement of the “Overton Window”, the spectrum of acceptable or relevant political discourse,…

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Illegal Immigration in the Age of Trump

by Dominic Decinti If you build it, they won’t come. Just threatening to build it will stop them from coming. The one way to hinder or slow the flow of illegal immigration is to be tough on ILLEGAL immigration. You have to uncuff the border agents and Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers so that they can do their job. You have to deport illegals, with priority given to criminals, and stop the revolving door of catch and release. And,…

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President Barron Bans Richard Spencer

by Kevin Fenchak Our Glorious Leader Eric Barron, Praise Be Upon His Holiness, has in contravention of his role as a public employee and the president of a university supposedly open to a diversity of ideas, banned NPI President Richard Spencer from speaking on campus. This may come as a surprise to those of you still under the illusion that the University’s leadership gives two hoots about expression of ideas outside the “acceptable” parameters. Of course, when the man…

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Milo: The Rock Star the Right Needs

by Jack T. Milo Yiannopoulos, a gay, British Jewish, Catholic, Trump loving counter culture troll – who only dates black men –will be releasing his autobiography titled Dangerous on the Fourth of July. How appropriate. This will be a big day for Milo. He has been waiting for months to publish his book. It was initially supposed to be out in March, but due to an unforseen media onslaught, it has been pushed to July. Originally, Milo struck a…

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Proposed Student Fee Increase Massive, Funds Unnecessary Services

by Drew P. On April 26, 2017, the Student Fee Board recommended an increase in the Student Fee to approximately $258 per semester, which is a large increase from the previous year. Both the Student Facility Fee and the Student Activities Fee only amounted to $222 per semester. One large part of this, is the $57 gym fee that will be charged to every student. Currently it costs only $60 for the summer pass which goes from April 15th…

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