Archive for January 30th, 2019

Alabama Mayor Loses Seat Due to Voter Fraud

on January 30, 2019, 12:01 PM / in State News

The mayor of Gordon, Alabama, was removed from office this month due to a massive case of voter fraud… and liberals say there is no voter fraud at all in the U.S. Now former mayor Elbert Melton was convicted of voter fraud and forced to abdicate his seat last week. According to U.S. News: News outlets report Elbert Melton was convicted […]

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State legislators considered 203 proposals concerning ballot measure and recall processes in 2018

on January 30, 2019, 11:57 AM / in State News

In addition to following ballot measures across the country, we also closely track the laws concerning how such questions are proposed, certified, and presented. And our ballot measures team has prepared an annual summary of the legislation that impacts how initiatives can make their way to the ballot. In 2018, Ballotpedia tracked 203 proposals considered by state legislators to change […]

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Tennessee House starts hearing firearms related bills on January 30.

on January 30, 2019, 11:53 AM / in State News

So far the Tennessee Firearms Association has identified about 15 bills for tracking so far this year.  Most of them are either bad or of minimal impact to most civilians. In the Senate, most of the firearms bills will be heard in Senate Judiciary.  The hopeful news this year is that two senators who have been a recurrent problem in that […]

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Ignored by MSM. In violation of a congressional hold, Barack Hussein quietly sent $221 million to the Palestinian Authority hours before Trump inauguration

Ignored by MSM. In violation of a congressional hold, Barack Hussein quietly sent $221 million to the Palestinian Authority hours before Trump inauguration

on January 30, 2019, 11:50 AM / in National News, Opinion

BY THOMAS MADISON  |   Powder Whig Society  From the moment Barack Hussein arrived on the political scene, it was obvious to anyone with an IQ superior to that of the average gerbil, a group that, sadly, does not include liberals, that he was a foul, inexperienced, racist, corrupt, incompetent, dishonest, Muslim-loving, America-hating scumbag. From a fake birth certificate to associations with […]

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What Has Happened To The Spirit of Liberty?

What Has Happened To The Spirit of Liberty?

on January 30, 2019, 11:47 AM / in Opinion

I find it interesting that people of like minds often find themselves thinking similar thoughts at the same time – even though they may be separated by thousands of miles. Last night before I retired to bed the idea for this article came to mind, and I typed the title into an empty Word document and saved it, intending to […]

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The Real Problem Is The Politicization Of Everything

The Real Problem Is The Politicization Of Everything

on January 30, 2019, 11:46 AM / in Opinion

Authored by Kai Weiss via The American Institute for Economic Research, The Covington Catholic High School fiasco that has developed over the last weeks has shown more than ever why many are skeptical about the media these days. Facts and context — the reality on the ground — were put in the background in favor of a fable that confirmed a political allegory. […]

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Enigmas

on January 30, 2019, 9:30 AM / in Opinion

(1) Isn’t it weird that in America our flag and our culture offend so many people, but our benefits don’t? (2) How can the federal government ask U.S. Citizens to pay back student loans, when illegal aliens are receiving a free education? (3) Only in America are legal citizens labeled “racists” and “Nazis,” but illegal aliens are called “Dreamers.” (4) Liberals say, “If […]

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Not Likely To Give up Nukes

Not Likely To Give up Nukes

on January 30, 2019, 9:28 AM / in International News, National News

U.S. intelligence chiefs, citing a new American intelligence assessment of global threats, told senators on Tuesday that North Korea is “unlikely to give up” all of its nuclear weapons. “Its leaders ultimately view nuclear weapons as critical to regime survival,” Dan Coats, the director of national intelligence, said. That contradicted occasional assertions by Trump administration officials touting progress made in […]

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Senate committee delays attorney general nominee’s confirmation vote

on January 30, 2019, 9:24 AM / in National News

The Senate Judiciary Committee postponed a planned Tuesday vote on President Trump’s nominee for attorney general, William Barr, due to lingering concerns among Democrats that he might place limits on Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian election meddling and possible collusion by Trump campaign associates. The committee’s chairman, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), said the vote on recommending Barr’s confirmation […]

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Roger Stone pleads not guilty

on January 30, 2019, 9:22 AM / in National News

Roger Stone, President Trump’s longtime adviser, pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to allegations that he lied to investigators about his efforts to get information regarding Russia-hacked Democratic Party emails. The charges stem from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian election interference. Stone was indicted and arrested last weekend. He has publicly declared his innocence and pledged never to strike […]

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Old Hickory

Old Hickory

on January 30, 2019, 9:06 AM / in History

Good morning, it’s Wednesday, January 30, 2019. The frigid temperatures that have blasted the Midwest are descending on the East Coast today. We used to call this a “cold snap.” Now the media is full of explanations about the “polar vortex,” which certainly sounds more ominous. In the San Francisco Bay Area, where Fred T. Korematsu and I both grew […]

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Tech Earnings to the Rescue!

Tech Earnings to the Rescue!

on January 30, 2019, 8:40 AM / in National News

January’s not over and Wall Street analysts are already breaking out the rodeo metaphors… “Maybe the bull ride since Dec. 24 has not gone a full ‘8 seconds’ but we’d look to dismount anyway—we’re close enough and bulls can be dangerous animals,” Morgan Stanley’s chief equity strategist Mike Wilson writes in a new report, via MarketWatch. “We struggle to see […]

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Webster offer Safe Space for recovering whites.

Webster offer Safe Space for recovering whites.

on January 30, 2019, 8:36 AM / in State News

Written by  Steve Byas Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri, with the beginning of the spring semester in full swing, plans to operate a “safe space” in the fall of 2019 for recovering white people to admit that they are, by virtue of being white, anti-black racists. Only whites are welcome in these meetings, where students can confess to their racism and their […]

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Harris: I’m an Ocasio-Cortez Socialist; Cultural Marxism Foes Will Be Dealt With

Harris: I’m an Ocasio-Cortez Socialist; Cultural Marxism Foes Will Be Dealt With

on January 30, 2019, 8:34 AM / in Opinion

Written by  R. Cort Kirkwood Make no mistake about Senator Kamala Harris (D-Calif.). She is not, as her looks and soothing voice might suggest, a moderate Democrat who just wants to do the right thing. She’s a hard-core leftist who, unlike out-of-the-closet totalitarian Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, hasn’t admitted what she really is. Since announcing her candidacy for president to the adoring coos of […]

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Washington Lawmaker Wants to Outlaw Dwarf Tossing Because It’s ‘Offensive to Dwarves’

Washington Lawmaker Wants to Outlaw Dwarf Tossing Because It’s ‘Offensive to Dwarves’

on January 30, 2019, 8:29 AM / in Opinion, State News

By KATHERINE TIMP  |  National Review They’re capable deciding for themselves whether to participate in such activities to earn a little extra cash. A  Washington state lawmaker has proposed legislation that would outlaw dwarf tossing, claiming that “it ridicules and demeans people with dwarfism.” Dwarf tossing, by the way, is when a person with dwarfism volunteers to have someone throw him or […]

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Local theater group hosts awards ceremony for kids, teens

Local theater group hosts awards ceremony for kids, teens

on January 30, 2019, 8:23 AM / in Local News, State News

By  Clint Eiland  |   WBBJ JACKSON, Tenn. — A local theater group composed of kids and teens celebrated Tuesday night with their own annual awards show and ceremony. Director of Jackson’s Children’s and Teen Theatre, Pat Alford, hosted an awards ceremony Tuesday night at The Ned. “It’s a good sampling tonight of all the talent that Jackson and the West Tennessee […]

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Inglewood CA says goodbye to one of the first black Marines

Inglewood CA says goodbye to one of the first black Marines

on January 30, 2019, 8:20 AM / in People

BY EMILY ELENA DUGDALE Luke Leo House Jr., a 94-year-old World War II veteran, was one of 20,000 black men who enlisted in the Marine Corps from 1942 to 1949, at a time when the military was against integration. One of the nation’s first black Marines was laid to rest in Inglewood on Monday. Luke Leo House Jr., a 94-year-old World […]

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Bulletproof Kevlar Backpacks To Hit Shelves In U.S., Built To Withstand Handgun Attacks

Bulletproof Kevlar Backpacks To Hit Shelves In U.S., Built To Withstand Handgun Attacks

on January 30, 2019, 6:00 AM / in National News

Written by Matt M. Miller A Kevlar-plated bulletproof backpack will hit shelves in the U.S. in February, potentially offering students a practical defensive option for school shooter scenarios. The product will be released by an Israeli company that is linked to the country’s military called ArmorMe, which claims that the product is tested and approved by “Israeli security and military […]

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Exponentially Worse

Exponentially Worse

on January 30, 2019, 6:00 AM / in Announcements, State News

In an email exchange with our friends at the Family Policy Alliance, our new Executive Director, Mark Miloscia had this to say, “This is almost by an order of magnitude the worst session I have seen in my 22 years tracking stuff.” Usually, the first weeks of a session are bad, like drinking from a firehose, as all the bills […]

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January 30th in History

January 30th in History

on January 30, 2019, 6:00 AM / in History

January 30 is the 30th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. There are 335 days remaining until the end of the year (336 in leap years). Holidays Christian Feast Day: Aldegonde Anthony the Great (Coptic Church) Balthild Hippolytus of Rome Hyacintha Mariscotti Charles I of England (Commemoration, Anglicanism, e.g., Society of King Charles the Martyr) Martina Mutien-Marie Wiaux […]

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