The hard truth about crime from Milwaukee Police Chief Black activists don’t want to hear is a wake up call for all urban communities, and Ferguson, MO. The controversy is still swirling and the grand jury still out over »
During a live segment on a blizzard in Worchester, Massachusetts, a local news outlet inadvertently caught a drug deal go down in the background. Two men approach one another and appear to exchange drugs and cash. All colleagues back in »
SEC Bucks TCU out of Top 4 The Buckeyes and TCU may not be the only teams right now that feel jaded by the playoff committee. Florida State is currently holding on to a 26-game winning streak, and has been »
Prior to his executive order on immigration last night, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi took the time to defend President Obama’s power to issue the order without congressional approval. Pelosi led her defense by comparing President Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation, »
Does your first name indicate that you’re more likely to vote Republican or Democrat? A recently complied chart by a baby name app says “maybe.” Based on data from the Federal Election Commission and the Social Security Administration, a baby »
As Dr. Ben Carson seems to be making a run towards Washington D.C. to replace our current “dictator-in-chief,” there seems to be one astounding question. Where does Dr. Carson stand on the 2nd Amendment? Quite some time ago, there was »
President Obama made history yesterday when he bypassed Congress and unilaterally granted amnesty to 5 million illegal aliens. The AP took notice of some of what they called his “notable omissions” or, you know, lies during his speech. 1. First, he »
Conservative border state governors respond to Obama’s fiat amnesty with sentiments similar to Ted Cruz’s “Cicero” speech.
Senator Ted Cruz made his remarks just hours before Obama’s speech. His message is clear, “the wisdom of Cicero is timeless” and the unlawful fiat actions of a would-be tyrant won’t be tolerated. It’s the same sentiment Alexander Hamilton writing as Publius expressed in Federalist 69. Cruz promises that the Senate will respond decisively.
Amy Strickland, an assistant principal at Booker T. Washington High School in Norfolk, VA is in hot water over a racist retweet she posted on Twitter. A tweet, originally posted on the account @OrNahhTweets was manually retweeted by Strickland which contained »
A hotel in Jamaica, NY got more than they bargained for when they signed an agreement with the government for 100 rooms in November. Normally a slow time of year for them, they were quite pleased to have filled so »
What a difference a few years make, especially if you’re a presidential candidate campaigning against the use of executive orders by the Chief Executive. The years were 2007 and 2008. The candidate was Barack “Holier than Bush” Obama. Here’s a »
Thailand’s current government—a military regime that came to power after a coup earlier this year—probably didn’t anticipate the headache the latest movie in The Hunger Games franchise would cause them. University students have adopted the three finger salute—The Hunger Game’s »
Last week, the Canadian National Firearms Association announced that the Supreme Court of Canada ruled air guns are firearms. According to Guns.com, the “air guns will be categorized as firearms in all cases but licensing and registration, where previously the »
It seems the court of public opinion has sided against Bill Cosby, as a number of Cosby-related productions have now been halted in the wake of decades-old allegations of sexual assault by the comedy legend resurfacing. NBC is the latest to »
Thanksgiving is right around the corner. That means a long weekend for most of us. Turkey and all the trimmin’s. Maybe Grandma’s house. Friends and family. Football. But what about the less fortunate? Where do homeless people go for Thanksgiving? »