Daily Archives: September 4, 2018

Kyl Named to Replace McCain

Former U.S. Sen. Jon Kyl will be John McCain’s successor in the U.S. Senate

Jon Kyl, once one of the most powerful Republicans in the U.S. Senate, will return to Capitol Hill to succeed the late Sen. John McCain, The Arizona Republic has learned. Continue reading

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No Contest

Reporter Vs. Marine: The Shooting Simulation Challenge

In the latest episode of “Reporter Vs. Marine,” Ford Springer and Richie McGinnis of The Daily Caller, and Leah Jessen of The Daily Caller News Foundation, went up against three Marines in a shooting simulation. The journos gave it their best shot but, as usual, they were promptly embarrassed and humbled.

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That Didn’t Take Long

Brett Kavanaugh Hearing Interrupted By Democratic Senators, Protestors

Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation hearing turned into a political spectacle within moments of Tuesday’s kickoff, as top Democrats tried to overtake the session with a rapid-fire string of objections and protesters shouted and screamed from the audience. Continue reading


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Bits & Bytes

MUST VIEW: Prager explains the difference between Leftists and Liberals

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Let the Games Begin

Are you ready for Kavanaugh-ageddon?
Expect high dudgeon and harumphs from Democrat Senators before, during, and after the confirmation hearings.

We’re all gonna die! Or should I say, those of us who didn’t already die from the end of net neutrality or from the Trump tax cuts are GONNA DIE!
Because Brett Kavanaugh.
Expect Kavanaugh to clear the Judiciary Committee on a party line vote, and to be confirmed on a party line vote.

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I’ll Bet The Road Smelled Good

Truckload of Axe Body Spray Explodes on Texas Highway

A section of Interstate 35 was shut down for hours after a tractor-trailer loaded with Axe Body Spray burst into flames. Observers said the cans exploded like fireworks. Continue reading

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Whose Side Is He On?

TRUMP RIPS AWOL AG JEFF SESSIONS for Targeting GOP Lawmakers Before November Election
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They’ll Regret This

Nike has chosen sides. They may pay dearly.

Nike makes Colin Kaepernick the face of ‘Just Do It’ 30th anniversary campaign

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How to Win Friends

The Chicago way: go out and block traffic and inconvenience innocent people to protest the wholesale slaughter that is gang life in the Windy City.Being blinded by naked partisanship they reuse to accept that,even as they complain,they continue to give the politicians who are the cause of all this to stay in power.

Police arrest anti-violence protesters trying to march on Kennedy Expressway near O’Hare

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The Opinion of a U.N. Expert

In the event any Facebook trolls are looking to ban me.

UN Expert Tells Facebook Their Definition of Terrorism Is ‘Overly Broad’

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