Archive for August 9th, 2018

What is freedom of speech?

What is freedom of speech?

on August 9, 2018, 8:56 AM / in Opinion

Our constitution guarantees freedom of speech and a free press. But how we define such freedom is another question. One thing is clear, however. Speech is not free unless one has the right to express an unpopular opinion. When anyone tries to shut down someone speaking an unpopular opinion, free speech is in jeopardy. Last Saturday, Alex Jones led a […]

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Putting “America” Back into Health Care

Putting “America” Back into Health Care

on August 9, 2018, 8:54 AM / in International News, Opinion

Everything went smoothly at first. Ilan, the nine-year old son of American physician Benjamin Davies, MD, broke his arm on vacation in Italy. The local hospital x-rayed the arm, reduced the fractures of each bone and applied a cast. But the question of surgery could only be determined by driving to a bigger hospital 1.5 hours away. Dr. Davies wrote: […]

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Dem Senator: Social Media Must Censor “Hate Speech” to Maintain Democracy

Dem Senator: Social Media Must Censor “Hate Speech” to Maintain Democracy

on August 9, 2018, 8:50 AM / in National News, Opinion

Written by  Raven Clabough Social-media platforms continue to violate free-speech protections under the guise of prohibiting so-called hate speech and enhancing security. And a Democratic senator is claiming that it is the role of tech companies to engage in such unconstitutional practices and crack down on controversial websites in order to maintain “democracy” in the United States. Shortly after Facebook, Apple, […]

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Banneker’s Plea

Banneker’s Plea

on August 9, 2018, 8:46 AM / in History

Good morning. It’s Thursday, August 9, 2018. On this date in 1791, an aspiring American author was putting the final touches on a book that would introduce him to the world as a man of science — and much more. But the budding writer would need help getting his work into print, and so he sent the manuscript — an […]

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‘Study’ Accuses ‘Normals’ of Being Bigots for Not Wanting to Date Trans People

‘Study’ Accuses ‘Normals’ of Being Bigots for Not Wanting to Date Trans People

on August 9, 2018, 8:42 AM / in Opinion

Now the left is saying that if you are a man attracted to women, but you don’t find a man pretending to be a woman attractive, you are a bigot. You read that right, the left has finally found a “love” it doesn’t love. What do I mean by that? Well, what is the first thing that radical gays tell […]

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GOP Kevin Yoder Drops to ‘Toss-Up’ After His Catch-and-Release Vote

GOP Kevin Yoder Drops to ‘Toss-Up’ After His Catch-and-Release Vote

on August 9, 2018, 8:37 AM / in State News

By Neil Munro  |   Breitbart News GOP Rep. Kevin Yoder has been downgraded to a “toss-up” candidate amid voter concerns over his pro-migration votes and rising Democratic enthusiasm, according to an election-tracking firm. “Yoder took an underwhelming 68 percent against two opponents who hardly spent any money,” said the Cook Political Report’s analysis of Yoder’s primary race in Kansas’ third district. […]

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Washington’s Top-two primary results suggest Democratic strength for state Senate, House

on August 9, 2018, 8:20 AM / in State News

Sad News For Washington State Although Washington’s by-mail election system means that ballots are still being received, initial results from two Republican-held open seats in the state Senate suggest Democrats could expand their current 26-23 majority. In both SD 6 and SD 26, initial results showed the Democratic candidate with 51 percent of the vote in each race. Democrats seemed […]

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A Special House

A Special House

on August 9, 2018, 8:18 AM / in History

Good morning, it’s Wednesday, August 9, 2017. Forty-three years ago today, one U.S. president departed the White House, resigning to avoid impeachment and conviction. Another, a Midwesterner who had never pursued national office, assumed his place. The statements of both men on that somber summer day serve as a reminder that the United States has experienced political turbulence before. We’ve […]

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Vox Op-Ed: Americans Are Not Going To Like Picking Up Democratic Socialism’s Tab

Vox Op-Ed: Americans Are Not Going To Like Picking Up Democratic Socialism’s Tab

on August 9, 2018, 8:17 AM / in National News, Opinion

By Matt Vespa  |   TownHall Democratic socialism is the new fad hitting the Democratic Party. The far left is flexing their muscles clinching wins across the country, though they had a rough night in yesterday’s primaries; all of the candidates for the August 7 contests endorsed by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez lost. Ocasio-Cortez is the upstart who clipped Rep. Joe Crowley (D-NY) in an upset […]

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Exposing Antifa, The Shock Troops Of The Democrats’ Civil War

Exposing Antifa, The Shock Troops Of The Democrats’ Civil War

on August 9, 2018, 8:13 AM / in Opinion

George Rasley, CHQ Editor |  Conservative HQ Police in the Far-Left enclaves of Berkeley, California and Portland, Oregon had to deal riots created by violent Far Left so-called Anti-Fascist (Antifa) thugs over the weekend. Now, according to our friends at chicksonright.com the Berkeley police department posted the arresting information via Twitter, with Department’s tweets including arrested individuals’ names, ages, city of residence, […]

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From the Maddening Crowd: Illegal Immigrants

on August 9, 2018, 8:11 AM / in Opinion

“Alright already, I for one am sick of hearing about, “Illegal Immigrants”, or whatever name you want to give them. With over 40 synonyms for the term-(Illegal), let’s try “Illicit, Criminal, Prohibited, Unlawful”, Not Authorized by Law, in place of Illegal, there does that make it better? Nobody, nor report seems to have a clear handle on just how many […]

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Three Great Pro-Gun Resolutions for Your Town Council To Copy

Three Great Pro-Gun Resolutions for Your Town Council To Copy

on August 9, 2018, 8:06 AM / in Opinion

by Tred Law  |   (AmmoLand.com) With radical gun banners unable to move the anti-gun ball at the Federal level many have now turned their efforts to local small-town councils to promote their hatred of the Second Amendment by demanding local politicians “do something”. Since most states have preemption laws that prevent towns from enacting their own patchwork quilt of gun control […]

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The Failing New York Times

The Failing New York Times

on August 9, 2018, 8:00 AM / in Bedtime Stories

Art by A.F. Branco The New York Times hired and Sarah Jeong knowing of her anti-white racist tirades on twitter against white people.

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Tribune backs out of Sinclair merger

Tribune backs out of Sinclair merger

on August 9, 2018, 7:58 AM / in National News

Tribune Media has backed out of its proposed $3.9 billion merger with Sinclair Broadcast Group and said it will be filing a lawsuit against the broadcasting giant for allegedly breaching their merger agreement. In an announcement early Thursday morning, Tribune blamed Sinclair for the regulatory roadblocks that the deal has encountered at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Last month, the […]

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San Francisco’s leaning tower of lawsuits

San Francisco’s leaning tower of lawsuits

on August 9, 2018, 7:56 AM / in State News

The Millennium Tower opened to great acclaim with high-priced, posh apartments. But those accolades and property values are sinking, along with the building’s foundation It’s a story as old as cities themselves: prosperity comes to town and triggers a building boom. In modern San Francisco, rows of skyscrapers have begun lining the downtown streets and recasting the skyline, monuments to […]

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A Ventriloquist Tours Norway

A Ventriloquist Tours Norway

on August 9, 2018, 7:53 AM / in Bedtime Stories

A young ventriloquist is touring Norway and puts on a show in a small fishing town. With his dummy on his knee, he starts going through his usual dumb blonde jokes. Suddenly, a blonde woman in the fourth row stands on her chair and starts shouting: “I’ve heard enough of your stupid blonde jokes. What makes you think you can […]

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Top executive sentenced in ‘Made in USA’ boots scheme

on August 9, 2018, 7:50 AM / in National News, State News

By The Associated Press GREENEVILLE, Tenn. — The top executive of a one-time leading manufacturer of boots for the U.S. military has been sentenced in a “Made in USA” scheme. A statement from U.S. Attorney J. Douglas Overbey says 66-year-old Vincent Lee Ferguson of Knoxville was sentenced Monday to 41 months in federal prison for his role in a wire […]

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Siemens Buys Low Code Mendix, The Digital Factory Race Climbs Higher

on August 9, 2018, 7:46 AM / in International News

German industrial engineering company Siemens (pronounced zeemens) has bought the originally Dutch (now US located) ‘low code’ company Mendix for US$ 730 million in cash. Siemens has also committed to what has been called ‘a significant multi-year investment’ in Mendix to accelerate its R&D and the technology platform’s global footprint. The acquisition reflects moves made by other firms including General Electric […]

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Argentina’s Senate rejects landmark abortion-rights bill

Argentina’s Senate rejects landmark abortion-rights bill

on August 9, 2018, 7:43 AM / in International News

Argentina’s Senate early Thursday rejected a bill that would have decriminalized abortion in the first 14 weeks of pregnancy. The current law only allows exceptions to an abortion ban in cases of rape, or risk to the woman’s health. The 38 to 31 vote came after a contentious campaign in the heavily Catholic country, homeland of Pope Francis. During the […]

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New York halts new ride-hailing licenses in blow to Uber, Lyft

New York halts new ride-hailing licenses in blow to Uber, Lyft

on August 9, 2018, 7:41 AM / in State News

New York on Wednesday became the first major U.S. city to pause issuing new vehicle licenses for Uber, Lyft, and other ride-hailing services. The City Council overwhelmingly approved capping the services for a year while the city’s Taxi and Limousine Commission examines the industry. The legislation also authorizes the city to set drivers’ minimum pay rates. New York’s aggressive move […]

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