Nov 19 19:07

Ocasio-Cortez finally agrees: ‘Einstein didn’t kill himself’

First-term firebrand Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has come out in support of what many are calling obvious truth: “Einstein didn’t kill himself.”

Nov 19 19:04

Hero dog declines White House invitation

FORT BRAGG, N.C. — The Trump administration announced this week Conan, the hero canine of the US raid that killed ISIS leader and austere religious scholar Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, would receive a VIP visit to the White House next week. Sources close to the canine report Conan may have other plans.

Nov 19 18:58

Hillary Clinton Says She Is Being Urged To Run By Many, Many, Many Voices In Her Head

UK—In an interview with the BBC, Hillary Clinton said she is being urged to run for president in 2020 by "many, many, many" voices in her head.

"I'm under enormous pressure from many, many, many voices in my head to think about it," she said.

Nov 19 16:02

65-Year-Old Catholic Adoption Agency Closes in PA After Being Ordered to Perform Gay Adoptions

"Conservatives" are silent...

"The Pennsylvania Department of Human Services, which oversees the state’s adoption and foster care system, says it cannot countenance discrimination 'in any form against any group of Pennsylvanians.'"

Nov 19 16:01

'YAF Members' Sic Police On Conservative Activist For Trying to Ask Michael Knowles A Question

Video shared Monday night on Twitter shows alleged members of the Young America's Foundation purportedly trying to have conservative activist Kaitlin Bennett arrested for seeking to ask The Daily Wire's Michael Knowles a question.

Nov 19 16:00

Tucker Contrasts The Arrest of Jeffrey Epstein With The Arrest of Roger Stone

Roger Stone was raided by the FBI with CNN streaming it live while Jeffrey Epstein was reportedly "politely asked" to turn himself in after prosecutors contacted his lawyer.

Nov 19 16:00

Someone Has Finally Been Charged In The Jeffrey Epstein Case...

Is it Jeffrey Epstein's alleged madam Ghislaine Maxwell? Epstein's brother Mark who owns the Upper East Side building he operated out of?

No, it's Epstein's prison guards.

Nov 19 15:48

Big Pharma vs. Boeing: Deaths from pharmaceuticals are like a 737 Max crashing and burning EVERY DAY

As for pharmaceuticals, they currently kill at least 100,000 people annually, which comes out to about 275 deaths per day. Boeing’s 737 Max 8 has a total capacity of 200 passengers, which means that pharmaceuticals actually kill more than a 737 Max airplane full of people every single day.

And because this 100,000 figure is technically on the conservative side, it could be the case that pharmaceuticals kill the equivalent of almost two 737 Max airplanes full of people every single day – though the FDA has yet to issue a similar statement like the FAA has about its “disappointment” with Big Pharma’s track record of safety and effectiveness.

Nov 19 15:45

Denial of service kingpin hit with 13 months denial of freedom and a massive bill to pay

A US court has sentenced the operator of a massive DDoS service to 13 months in prison.

Sergiy Usatyuk, 21, from Orland Park, IL was handed the term - along with a $542,925 forfeiture order - after pleading guilty earlier this year to one count of conspiracy to cause damage to internet-connected computers. He will also have to serve three years supervised release, the North Carolina Eastern US District Court ruled.

Usatyuk and an unnamed conspirator from Canada owned and operated a group of "booter" sites that offered for-hire DDoS attacks.

Nov 19 13:21

These Two Boys Were Titanic Survivors... And Their Story Captivated the World

April 15, 1912 was a tragic day. The RMS Titanic collided with an iceberg and more than 1,500 perished in the tragedy. Of the 710 survivors there were two young boys, aged 2 and 4, rescued without their parent or guardian.

Nov 19 12:27

The story of Israeli apartheid stalwart Meir Shamgar

Lawrence Davidson highlights the fact that recently-deceased Israeli jurist Meir Shamgar, who is regarded as a national hero in Israel, was actually a stalwart of apartheid and advocate of racial discrimination against the Palestinian people.>>

Nov 19 11:43

PG&E might shut off power this week

Nov 19 10:49

Chasten Buttigieg’s ‘Innuendo’ Instagram Post Of Husband At Holocaust Memorial Sparks Backlash

On Sunday, NBC News reporter Ben Kesslen posted a screenshot of an Instagram post from Chasten Buttigieg, the husband of 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg, that quickly drew backlash online.

Nov 19 10:49

Sen. Elizabeth Warren Pledges To ‘End Traffic Violence,’ Internet Offers Suggestions

Anyone competing for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination can talk gun violence, but only Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is ready to talk about traffic violence.

Nov 19 10:19

WALSH: Chick-Fil-A Just Caved To The Rage Mob. They’re About To Learn The Hard Way That Surrendering Never Pays Off.

As The Daily Wire reports today, Chick-fil-A, one of the last remaining large companies to stand in defiance of the P.C. police and the LGBT rage mob, has suddenly and inexplicably caved. Chick-fil-A President and Chief Operating Officer Tim Tassopoulos announced in an interview that the company will no longer donate to certain Christian charities that the aforementioned rage mob has deemed “anti-LGBT.” Tassopoulos says that as the company goes into “new markets,” he wants “to be clear about who we are.” And “who [they] are” appears to confirm the old maxim about becoming what you eat — or, in this case, what you serve.

Nov 19 10:18

Barack Obama Warned 2020 Democrats Not To Go ‘Too Far Left.’ Far Left Democrats Are Returning Fire.

Last week, former President Barack Obama had some choice words for the slate of 2020 potential Democratic presidential nominee, warning those who hope to take on President Donald Trump not to go “too far left.”

Nov 19 10:18

WATCH: Lee Zeldin Slams Adam Schiff For ‘Sick’ Speech: ‘Really Disgusting Rhetoric’

Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY) criticized House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) on Monday for attacking President Donald Trump over the weekend with derogatory and divisive language while he is simultaneously leading the impeachment inquiry against him.

Nov 19 10:10


If you think Adam Schiff’s “impeachment inquiry” is valid, you might be a Soviet Communist.

If Roger Stone’s conviction on process crimes and a possible 50-year sentence is what passes for rule of law, the Bolshevization of America is all but complete.

Being a Classical Liberal and until recently, a lifelong Democrat, I never thought I’d be writing, let alone thinking such things. But as the psychological civil war grinds into its third year, these thoughts have become inescapable.

If Donald Trump doesn’t prevail against the deranged criminals in our government, I will probably have to leave the country. Not in a huff, like all the Hollywood people, who claimed that they’d move to Canada (and didn’t) but because I’ll genuinely be afraid for my safety.

Nov 19 09:42


Nov 19 09:28

Chick-Fil-A Just Caved To The Rage Mob. They’re About To Learn The Hard Way That Surrendering Never Pays Off.

Chick-fil-A, one of the last remaining large companies to stand in defiance of the P.C. police and the LGBT rage mob, has suddenly and inexplicably caved. Chick-fil-A President and Chief Operating Officer Tim Tassopoulos announced in an interview that the company will no longer donate to certain Christian charities that the aforementioned rage mob has deemed “anti-LGBT.”

Nov 19 09:27

BREAKING: Trump Administration Announces Major Policy Shift Toward Israel, No Longer Views Israel’s West Bank Settlements As Inconsistent With International Law

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced during a press briefing on Monday that the Trump administration was reversing an Obama-era policy and now does not view Israel’s settlements in the West Bank as a violation of international law.

Nov 19 09:25


It is crystal clear after last Saturday in Atlanta that the reason Colin Kaepernick does not play in the NFL has nothing to do with ability.

Nov 19 09:23

Now FIVE big names cut ties with Prince Andrew: Advertising Week Europe joins Standard Chartered in pulling backing for royal's main charity following 'car crash' interview - as FOUR universities consider ditching him

There are also major doubts about whether the 189 leading charities and groups Andrew supports - including 29 gold clubs and societies - will stand by him any longer.

Nov 19 08:53

'Snowflake' mother blasts school for casting her daughter, 6, as the 'Inn Keeper's wife' in the nativity - saying it's 'sexist' and she 'shouldn't be identified by her relationship to a man'

A mother blasted her daughter's school for casting her six-year-old as the 'Inn Keeper's Wife' in the Nativity, claiming it is 'sexist'.

Writing on British parenting site Mumsnet, the woman told how she was offended by the name of the role because her daughter 'shouldn't be identified by her relationship to a man'.

The woman said she was 'itching' to take teachers to task over the example of 'everyday sexism' and said it needed to be 'called out'.

Nov 19 08:52

White House Official Sues Politico, Torches Adam Schiff

In the first impeachment-related libel case, a White House official is suing Politico for $25 million in a suit that also lays out blistering accusations against the man heading up the Democrats’ impeachment effort, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA).

Nov 19 08:51

Kavanaugh Accuser Christine Blasey Ford Receives ACLU ‘Courage Award’

Now-Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, made a rare public appearance over the weekend to accept a “courage award” from the American Civil Liberties Union.

Nov 19 08:50

Mark Levin: Founding Fathers had 'grave concerns' House would go 'rogue' with impeachment

At the time of America's founding, the Senate was intended to be elected by state legislators, while members of the House would be elected by popular vote of each district.

Levin said the founders thought long and hard about how to -- and in some cases whether or not to -- craft the impeachment process.

"One of the grave concerns during the debate over the impeachment clause at the Constitutional Convention ... was what you see today," he said.

Nov 19 08:43

‘Car crash waiting to happen’: Union of UK academics says you can identify as any race & sex, gets slammed as ‘nonsensical’

Birth race and gender can be thrown out the window as far as the UK Universities and Colleges Union is concerned. The fact that you can just declare yourself black, disabled or female is not sitting well with many of its members.

In the report “UCU Position on Trans Inclusion”, the union basically suggests birth certificates will soon become a relic, should the world follow their lead. “The UCU has a long history of enabling members to self-identify, whether that is being black, disabled, LGBT or women.”

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Nov 19 08:27

‘Watchmen’ Creator Alan Moore Issues Scathing Takedown Of Superhero Movies: ‘Today’s Franchised Ubermenschen’

If you found Martin Scorsese’s rip on Marvel movies triggering, wait until you get a load of what “Watchmen” creator Alan Moore had to say of them.

Nov 19 08:26

3 people dead after suspect opens fire at Okla. Walmart. A good guy with a gun reportedly stopped suspect from shooting more.

Three people are dead after an attacker opened fire on two people outside an Oklahoma Walmart on Monday.

Nov 19 07:55

President Trump to give actor, tireless Trump supporter Jon Voight prestigious National Medal of Arts. And leftists are losing it.

President Donald Trump will give legendary actor Jon Voight the National Medal of Arts during a White House ceremony Thursday, UPI reported.

Nov 19 07:55

NYT executive editor: Trump's treatment of press is 'appalling' — has put journalists' lives at risk

The executive editor of the New York Times, Dean Baquet, accused President Donald Trump of putting journalists' lives at risk in a recent interview with The Guardian.

Nov 19 07:28

A Look on the Amazing Life Of Mark Twain

Born on November 30, 1835, sixth of the seven children, Samuel Clemens lived in the small town of Florida, Missouri. In 1939, the growing farming family migrated to the new town of Hannibal, Missouri along the banks of the Mississippi River. When Samuel's father suddenly passed away in 1847, he just finished up fifth grade and started to work as a printer's apprentice in their town at a local paper.

Nov 19 07:27

Bernice Palmer: The 17-Year-Old Girl Who Snapped Historic Photos Of The Titanic Disaster

As revelations of the RMS Titanic tragedy were known, only a few photographers were able to capture the incident. Among them was 17-year-old Bernice Palmer who was aboard another ship, the RMS Carpathia, rescuer to the survivors of the Titanic.

Nov 19 07:25

Here's Some of the Most Romantic Love Letters From Famous People in History

Here's some of the most romantic love letters from famous people in history...