So I don’t have to tell you that the mainstream media is full of it and that they will obfuscate, skew and mislead in order to further their agenda. An agenda that seems to go lock step with the likes of George Soros, Michael Bloomberg and Barack Obama.
I wish I could say that I was the least bit surprised by this, but the moment I heard the premise for the film “Miss Sloane” I knew two things. First, the public does not agree agree with the radical gun control platform of Hollywood and as such are not going to be spending money to be indoctrinated and brainwashed to think otherwise.
Stephan Miller has been a key figure in the Trump campaign, and is likely to be one in the Trump White House. He wrote most of Trump’s speeches after he joined the campaign from the officer of Senator Jeff sessions, in January of 2016.
You may have been hearing a lot about “fake news” recently. This is mostly a ploy by whiny Hillary Clinton sore losers who can’t udnerstand why their candidate, who was absolutely awful, lost the campaign in such spectacular fashion. I mean, losing by 70+ electoral votes is a landslide.
Millions of Americans tune to HGTV every Tuesday to watch Fixer Upper with Chip and Joanna Gaines. Why? The Waco, Texas-based couple has a keen eye for design, provides family-friendly content, and is largely successful in their trade.
I went to college and had professors try to demonize the Founding Fathers and try to overstate the impact of footnote characters in history because they were either black or a woman. Don’t get me wrong, there are powerful and awe inspiring people of color and women throughout America’s history but if we are being honest, Indepence, a new Nation, the Constitution etc was written by rich white land owning men. Deal with it. There is nothing wrong with it.
While some content from Trump supporters was laced with insults and brazen attacks (Democrats had the same, if not more, nasty things to tweet about Republicans, mind you), those who effectively used social media to push the message of “Make America Great Again” succeeded in doing so thanks to social media.
The New York Times produced another hit piece on guns, pushing for some sort of general increase in the current infringements on the Second Amendment. The New York Times mis-characterized or left out important information in all cases they reported on.
Sheriff David Clark was scheduled to speak at New Haven University. He had been invited, and had accepted the invitation. After the University considered the political ramifications, the person who invited him, Patrick Malloy, came up with a face saving excuse to revoke the invitation
Tim Tebow is rather an amazing human being. I’m not even talking about how he saved a man having a seizure after a recent baseball game by laying hands upon the man and saying a prayer.
Katie Couric and her cohort in the sham documentary “Under the Gun” Stephanie Soechtig are having to face the monetary fire for their nefarious and underhanded approach in misrepresenting a group of people that didn’t fit into their radical anti-gun narrative.
Apparently the tourists were SO offended by this sign that they tried to force the town of Boothbay Harbor to make Mr. Sample take it down.
This article isn’t about the athletes this time. It’s about the NFL itself and its pussyfooting around to make sure they don’t offend anyone that hates America.
The management of Union Station decided to put up signs banning open carry on August 19th, just a few days before Sea Bears was to open their restaurant there. At the time, there was speculation that Union Station might not have the authority to ban open carry at the venue. It appeared to be a public space owned by the City. That was correct.
University of Texas professors Mia Carter, Jennifer Glass and Lisa Moore decided to try and squash the will of the people and the Constitution by suing the University and the state of Texas in Federal court.
Rachel Larimore, a Senior Editor at Slate, has written an unusual piece for the publication. It is titled Bullet Points.