Archive for July 11th, 2019

Victims of illegal alien crimes may soon be able to sue sanctuary cities

on July 11, 2019, 10:28 AM / in National News, Opinion

What I fail to understand is HOW can any American city, county, state, claim to be a sanctuary for law breakers (ILLEGALS ARE LAW BREAKERS!!!)? Why aren’t they, the professors of being a Sanctuary location, handled according to the LAW? 8 USC   Section 1324a states:”Any person who knowingly hires/harbors/transports any illegal alien is guilty of a felony punishable by 10 years jail + $2000 fine […]

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I Was Bused for Racial Reasons in 1950. I Hated It.

I Was Bused for Racial Reasons in 1950. I Hated It.

on July 11, 2019, 10:14 AM / in Opinion

From 2007. The Supreme Court’s decision on June 28, 2007, to prohibit race-based integration in local tax-funded schools by bringing in students from outside the neighborhood was a wise one. Local students, who would otherwise have to be bused out in order to make room for the newcomers, will no longer have to be bused out. This is a good […]

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Just when Democrats think their week can’t get worse, AOC says Pelosi is a racist.

on July 11, 2019, 10:07 AM / in National News, Opinion

Geez. It just won’t end for them.  AOC is going after Pelosi.  Beto is spewing garbage about white supremacy.  The idiot in Kentucky managed to take three positions on Brett Kavanaugh in a single day. It’s just a terrible week for them and President Trump’s poll numbers keep inching closer to 50%. Speaking of Beto, is he still here because […]

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Senate GOP works to avoid, what they call, political damage in Kansas, Alabama

on July 11, 2019, 9:09 AM / in National News, State News

By Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver After dealing with primary nightmares for the better part of a decade, Senate Republicans are preparing to deal with a couple of high-profile intraparty fights in 2020 that could help determine whether the GOP holds on to the upper chamber. As Jordain Carney writes, Republicans are facing two daunting primary fights in Alabama and […]

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Open Letter From a Concerned Fellow NRA Ring of Freedom Member

Open Letter From a Concerned Fellow NRA Ring of Freedom Member

on July 11, 2019, 9:04 AM / in Opinion

My name is Marita Dell’Aquila. I am a Patriot life member of the NRA, a Founding Member of the Hunter’s Leadership Forum, a member of the Women’s Leadership Forum, and a member of the Ring of Freedom Heston Society. I write this as a concerned member who is seeking your help to enact leadership change at the NRA. No doubt […]

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Supporters chant ‘equal pay’ at parade for U.S. women’s national soccer team

Supporters chant ‘equal pay’ at parade for U.S. women’s national soccer team

on July 11, 2019, 9:01 AM / in Soccer

The silliness continues…. Ali Krieger and Megan Rapinoe wave to fans while celebrating the United States’ victory in the Women’s World Cup with a parade through New York City’s Canyon of Heroes on Wednesday. Theo Wargo/Getty Images Fans on Wednesday celebrated the U.S. women’s national soccer team’s World Cup victory with a ticker tape parade in New York City. The team, […]

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Fed Chair Powell signals interest-rate cut, boosting stocks

on July 11, 2019, 8:52 AM / in National News

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell on Wednesday suggested in testimony to the House Financial Services Committee that the central bank could cut interest rates soon to boost the economy. The economy is strong, especially the job market, but President Trump’s trade war with China and signs of a global slowdown could threaten America’s record-long economic expansion, Powell told lawmakers, indicating […]

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New Orleans hit with flooding ahead of possible hurricane

on July 11, 2019, 8:49 AM / in National News, State News

A tropical storm system in the Gulf of Mexico that could make landfall as a hurricane on Saturday started hitting New Orleans with flooding on Wednesday. Torrential rain and thunderstorms have drenched coastal Louisiana already, with the National Weather Service predicting the Mississippi River will hit a record-breaking 20-foot crest by Saturday — the same height as many levees surrounding […]

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House passes bill seeking to change wording of law describing presidents as male

House passes bill seeking to change wording of law describing presidents as male

on July 11, 2019, 8:46 AM / in National News

The Democrat-controlled House on Wednesday passed a bill seeking to remove wording in a U.S. law that describes a president as male. The bill, dubbed the “21st Century President Act,” would change a federal law that makes it a crime to threaten the president and first family. The law defines the president as male and the president’s spouse as female. […]

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U.K. says Iranian boats tried to seize British oil tanker

U.K. says Iranian boats tried to seize British oil tanker

on July 11, 2019, 8:42 AM / in International News

Piracy on the open waters….. Several Iranian boats tried to stop a British oil tanker moving out of the Persian Gulf into the Strait of Hormuz on Thursday, but were driven off by a U.K. Royal Navy frigate that was escorting the tanker, Britain’s defense ministry said. The Iranian vessels reportedly ordered the tanker, British Heritage, to reverse course and […]

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Acosta defends role in Epstein plea deal

on July 11, 2019, 8:38 AM / in National News

Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta on Wednesday defended his role as a then-prosecutor in a controversial plea deal with financier Jeffrey Epstein on Florida prostitution charges in 2008. Acosta this week has faced calls to resign after Epstein was arrested on new sex trafficking charges related to his alleged abuse of underage girls. Acosta said the earlier deal was necessary to […]

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Trump to announce executive action on census citizenship question

Trump to announce executive action on census citizenship question

on July 11, 2019, 8:33 AM / in National News

President Trump on Thursday plans to announce an executive action related to the census, according to a White House official. The action is expected to address the citizenship question that the Supreme Court recently blocked the administration from adding to the 2020 census. Trump tweeted that he will hold a news conference in the afternoon “on the Census and Citizenship.”

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I Stand With Rush: Time To Take Action

I Stand With Rush: Time To Take Action

on July 11, 2019, 8:31 AM / in Opinion

Conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh passionately responded to a column which warned of a growing anti-Americanism in our country. Rush told his millions of listeners, “We are facing it right now, not 10 years from now.” Rush said do not misinterpret his concern to mean he has lost hope and given up on saving America. He said to view […]

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News, History and Opinion According to Real Clear Politics

on July 11, 2019, 8:28 AM / in History, News

Good morning, it’s Thursday, July 11, 2019. Twelve years ago today, a great woman died of natural causes at age 94. Although christened Claudia Alta Taylor, we knew her — the whole world knew her — as “Lady Bird.” Lady Bird Johnson served as first lady of the United States from November 1963 until January 1969 before returning home to Texas […]

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Herdshares

Herdshares

on July 11, 2019, 8:18 AM / in Announcements, Food

As most of you know, the sale of raw milk is federally prohibited. State-by-state laws vary widely (view our map here). In some states, access is only permitted via a herdshare program. We are seeing more and more interested farmers looking to begin their own operations. We’re also seeing members with already established operations looking to expand to meet demand. […]

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There’s an LGBTQ Moment Lurking in “Toy Story 4”

There’s an LGBTQ Moment Lurking in “Toy Story 4”

on July 11, 2019, 7:00 AM / in National News

Written by  Dave Bohon It may seem like nothing much, but an LGBTQ moment appears to have been included in the latest installment of the popular children’s Toy Story animated film franchise. Much like the micro-second “Popcorn” frames dropped surreptitiously into 1950s moves to subconsciously persuade theater patrons to make a visit to the concession stand, it seems that subtle same-sex domestic moments […]

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Another Gun-buyback Failure, This Time in New Zealand

Another Gun-buyback Failure, This Time in New Zealand

on July 11, 2019, 6:57 AM / in International News

Following the Christchurch mass shootings at two mosques, New Zealand politicians reacted just as the shooter hoped they would. In the manifesto he filed just before beginning his rampage on March 15, the shooter, Brenton Harrison Tarrant, wrote: “I chose [those particular] firearms for the effect it would have on social discourse. The gun owners of New Zealand are a […]

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Iran Threatens to Strike U.S. Bases and Aircraft Carriers

Iran Threatens to Strike U.S. Bases and Aircraft Carriers

on July 11, 2019, 6:51 AM / in International News, National News

Written by  Warren Mass Iranian Minister of Cultural and Social Affairs Hossein Nejat issued a warning on July 9 that Iran can strike American bases in the Middle East and destroy U.S. aircraft carriers if the United States attacks Iran. “American bases are within the range of our missiles…. Our missiles will destroy their aircraft carriers if they make a mistake,” […]

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The legacy of Ross Perot: How to be your best self

The legacy of Ross Perot: How to be your best self

on July 11, 2019, 6:48 AM / in People, Religion

By Dr. Jim Denison H/T Judy Ross Perot died yesterday morning in Dallas after a five-month battle with leukemia. He was eighty-nine. Whether you live in Dallas or Denmark, you probably know of Mr. Perot through his two campaigns for president and his pioneering work in computer services that made him a billionaire. But if that’s all you know of […]

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“A Century of Surveillance”

on July 11, 2019, 6:00 AM / in History, National News, Opinion

By Walter Olson  /  Overlawyered Arbitrary and intrusive executive power, with the threat it can pose to individual rights and the rule of law, is not some novel development of the past Presidency or two (or three or four). It goes back to the earliest days of the Republic. “American Big Brother: A Century of Political Surveillance and Repression,” a […]

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