Month: May 2020

President Donald Trump takes questions in the Rose Garden at the White House, May 26, 2020. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters) Republicans should stop making excuses for the president’s lies, threats, and abuses — or stop wrapping themselves in the mantle of patriotism. NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE I ’ve never really thought of Mark Steyn as a Palestinian suicide
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In Episode 95 of “Unashamed with Phil Robertson” podcast, the Robertson brothers revealed the emotional story of how they found out that they had a long-lost sister. In the latest episode, Phil Robertson, Miss Kay, and the boys reveal how they welcomed Phyllis into the “Duck Dynasty” family, and the audience gets to meet the
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Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz, a Democrat, pinned responsibility for the violence in Minneapolis on right-wing “white supremacists” and drug cartels on Saturday. Walz, along with Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey (D) and St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter (D), also blamed the violence on out-of-state, professional agitators — not local residents. New evidence, however, show their claims
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In the past few days, we’ve seen disturbing videos and reports of journalists getting brutalized from both sides of recent clashes: rioters beating them, damaging and stealing equipment, and police arresting and shooting reporters with rubber bullets or pepper spray balls while they just try to report. But according to CNN’s media analyst and Reliable
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Attorney General Bill Barr minces very few words and is about as articulate and clear as they come. He has been a standout in articulating what needs to happen to restore law and order in our cities. With ongoing riots in many urban areas, Barr’s recent statements have sent a few clear messages. First is
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Following President Trump’s statement the federal government would be designating Antifa as a domestic terrorist group, Attorney General William Barr issued a statement Sunday afternoon saying that Antifa and other groups participating in the rioting marring the George Floyd protests would be treated as domestic terrorists. Barr also said with regard to lax state and
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Rioters gather after setting fire to the entrance of a police station, Minneapolis, Minn., May 28, 2020. (Carlos Barria/Reuters) What has happened over the last few nights in major cities of the United States is unacceptable. It has gotten worse because of federal and state passivity. Law enforcement is a vital response to any riotous
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Phone conversations between then-incoming White House national security adviser Michael Flynn and Russian Amb, Sergey Kislyak were used as part of the Russia collusion investigation; David Spunt reports. Subscribe to Fox News! https://bit.ly/2vBUvAS Watch more Fox News Video: http://video.foxnews.com Watch Fox News Channel Live: http://www.foxnewsgo.com/ FOX News Channel (FNC) is a 24-hour all-encompassing news service
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FBI General Counsel Dana Boente, a central figure in the revived Michael Flynn scandal, has reportedly been ousted from his job. FBI Director Christopher Wray asked for Boente’s resignation on Friday. However, the decision to oust Boente came from “high levels” in the Justice Department — not originally from Wray, according to NBC News. Boente
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Two Chicago police officers were surrounded by protesters on Saturday — and then briefly dragged through the street. Video footage of the incident shows two Chicago police officers attempting to arrest a protester. However, the officers were greatly outnumbered and surrounding demonstrators quickly attacked them. The footage shows protesters hit and drag the officers, one
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Where’s the Rewind on your remote? On MSNBC on Friday afternoon, anchorman Brian Williams actually criticized the Governor of Minnesota and the Mayor of Minneapolis, Democrats both, for their inaction last night in the face of the riots. Williams accused them of having ”abandoned and offered up a police precinct.” Williams was interviewing Bill Bratton, a
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In Minneapolis, more than 4,000 National Guardsmen with thousands more on alert along with an overwhelming police presence kept the lid on the violence that had plagued the city the previous 3 nights. Dozens of people were arrested for violating curfew and other minor offenses as Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey was sidelined by Governor Tim
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Guest post by Larry C. Johnson I’m never ceased to be amazed at the dishonesty and laziness of the media when it comes to reporting anything about Michael Flynn and the astonishing miscarriage of justice in bringing charges against him. The documents declassified and released by the DNI last Friday exonerate General Flynn and expose
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(Kuzma/Dreamstime) 1990—In an otherwise insignificant case (Shriners Hospitals v. Zrillic), Florida chief justice Rosemary Barkett, completely botching case law governing the federal Equal Protection Clause, asserts that “underinclusive or overinclusive classifications fail to meet even the minimal standards of the rational basis test” and, on that misunderstanding, invalidates a six-month statutory time period. There is,
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Attorney General Bill Barr placed some blame on Friday’s riots that plagued cities across the nation on “far-left extremist groups.” On Saturday, Barr released a statement about the riots across several prominent U.S. cities, including Atlanta, Dallas, Portland, Seattle, and New York City. The attorney general said that the riots were being “hijacked by violent
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Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts sided with the high court’s liberal justices to rule against a California church seeking to overturn Gov. Gavin Newsom’s limits on church attendance. The significant development received little attention due to ongoing protests and riots in cities across the U.S., sparked by the tragic death of George Floyd. In
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CNN Tonight host Don Lemon suffered a meltdown for the ages Saturday night, spending almost 11 minutes unloading his disdain for America in 2020 and, except for a mealy-mouthed condemnation, giving support for the rioting and other criminal acts supposedly done to mourn the Monday death of Minneapolis African-American man George Floyd. Lemon’s defense? Apparently,
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The cider-gulping, mustached-waxed, butterfly-tatted antifa and Black Lives Matter rioters nearly turned their looting and car-burning sideshow into a Dallas-level bloodbath on Saturday afternoon. In 2016, in retaliation for police shootings nationwide, a protester and trained sniper, shot 12 Dallas police officers, killing five. In Seattle, riotous thugs “honored” the memory of George Floyd, who
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Shattered glass is seen on the pavement next to a car with a broken window at a grocery store parking lot following Saturday’s shooting in Odessa, Texas, September 2, 2019. (Callaghan O’Hare/Reuters) A gunshot was fired through the window of the Mohave County Republican Office in Bullhead City, Ariz., on Thursday with five volunteers inside.
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State patrol members in the aftermath of a protest against the death of George Floyd, Minneapolis, Minn., May 29, 2020 (Carlos Barria/Reuters) Romanticizing disorganized violence is not just wrong in some factual way about how the world works; it’s depraved and vile. Sometimes a responsibility falls to you that you never anticipated. Sometimes history just
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Former FEC Chairman Brad Smith has a review of left-leaning law professor Rick Hasen’s book Election Meltdown: Dirty Tricks, Distrust, and the Threat to American Democracy. As he notes, Hasen rehashes some tired arguments about “voter suppression” but also makes some solid points, such as criticizing Stacey Abrams for undermining the legitimacy of elections: To
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Tonight, Steven Crowder covers the riots breaking out across the nation in the wake of the murder of George Floyd. Don’t miss the Louder with Crowder Livestream tonight at 8:15 PM ET. Want more from Steven Crowder? To enjoy more of Steven’s uncensored late-night comedy that’s actually funny, join Mug Club — the only place
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Following the nationwide protests over the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, there is a laser focus on civilians who lost their lives in encounters with law enforcement. There was a police shooting this week where a woman died after she attacked a cop with a knife. In a strange twist, the Florida woman
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