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The Blaze

  • ‘It happened!’ – CNN’s Brian Stelter exults after reporters band against Sarah Sanders (7/19/2018) - CNN’s media correspondent Brian Stelter exulted with joy on social media after members of the media banded together to thwart White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders. “It happened!” “It happened! [Sarah Huckabee Sanders] tried to avoid [Hallie Jackson’s] follow-up questions by calling on The Hill’s [Jordan Fabian,] he tweeted. It happened! @PressSec tried to avoid @HallieJackson's follow-up questions by calling on The Hill's @JordanFabian. But Fabian deferred to Jackson, so she could follow up. read more...
  • Obama says ‘violent’ and ‘bullying’ men in politics are ‘getting on my nerves’ (7/19/2018) - Former president Barack Obama wants women to become more politically involved, saying Wednesday that “men have been getting on my nerves” lately. Obama made the comments during the second day of his visit to South Africa, during a town hall before members of the African Leadership Academy in Johannesburg. “Every day I read the newspaper and just think like ‘Brothers, what’s wrong with you guys?'” Obama said. “What’s wrong with us? We’re violent, we’re bullying. read more...
  • Trump admin responds to claim from Putin that millions were funneled from Russia to Clinton (7/19/2018) - White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders responded Wednesday to questions about a claim Russian President Vladimir Putin made about millions of dollars being illegally funneled out of Russia into the Clinton campaign. Here’s what Putin said in Helsinki Putin offered that they might allow Mueller to interview those Russian officials that were indicted for meddling in the U.S. election, but on the condition that U.S. citizens and officials be made to answer Russian investigators read more...
  • Rep. Jim Jordan interviewed in Ohio State sexual abuse investigation, doubles down on denial (7/18/2018) - Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) was interviewed as part of an independent investigation into allegations of sexual abuse at Ohio State University by a former athletics team doctor, according to The Hill. The law firm Perkins Coie LLP is handling the investigation, and initially said Jordan had been unresponsive to requests for an interview, although Jordan said it was simply because the firm was sending messages to the wrong email address. What did he tell investigators? read more...
  • Georgia teacher gets prison time for firing a gun inside a classroom (7/18/2018) - A Georgia teacher was sentenced to two years in prison after pleading guilty to charges related to him barricading himself in an empty classroom and firing a gun, WXIA-TV reported. The teacher, 53-year-old Jesse Randal Davidson, pleaded guilty to first degree criminal damage to property, carrying a weapon within a school safety zone, and disrupting the operation of a public school. Davidson’s actions caused a panicked evacuation of Dalton High School when he locked students read more...

 

Newsmax Newsfront

  • NYT: Trump Knew Putin Ordered Election Meddling Before Inauguration (7/19/2018) - Intelligence officials informed President Donald Trump two weeks before he took office that Russian President Vladimir Putin directed his spying operation to meddle in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, according to a new report. The New York Times cited several people who attended a highly classified intelligence briefing Jan. 6, 2017 who confirmed Trump was told about Putin's involvement. The briefing took place in Trump Tower, and it was referenced in former FBI Director James read more...
  • California High Court Orders Proposal to Split up State Removed from November Ballot (7/19/2018) - By Steve Gorman The California Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered the November ballot purged of an initiative that seeks to split California into three states, citing significant questions raised about the proposal's validity. State election officials certified last month that supporters of the so-called Cal3 measure, also known as Proposition 9, had collected enough signatures to qualify it for the ballot in the country's most populous state. An environmental group, the Planning and Conservation League, read more...
  • One Dead, Two Firefighters Hurt Battling Wildfires in U.S. West (7/19/2018) - A tractor operator was killed while trying to clear brush around a massive wildfire in central Oregon and two firefighters were injured battling a blaze burning at the edge of Yosemite in California, officials in the two states said on Wednesday. Crews responding to a report of a charred tractor near the 36,000-acre Substation Fire burning near The Dalles, Oregon, found the unidentified driver nearby, Wasco County Sheriff's officials said on the department's Facebook page. "It read more...
  • Susan Rice: White House 'Serving a Hostile Foreign Power' (7/19/2018) - Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice on Wednesday called it "beyond outrageous" the Trump administration would consider letting Russian officials interrogate Americans. Beyond outrageous. Amb. McFaul served our country honorably and with full diplomatic immunity. If the White House cannot defend and protect our diplomats, like our service members, they are serving a hostile foreign power not the American people. https://t.co/XjtYrKMBjX — Susan Rice (@AmbassadorRice) July 18, 2018 At a press briefing read more...
  • FBI Director Wray: Russia Still 'Active' in Sowing Discord in US (7/19/2018) - FBI Director Christopher Wray on Wednesday said Russia continues to actively sow discord in America. "He's got his view," Wray told NBC News anchor Lester Holt when he was asked to respond to Russian President Vladimir Putin's denial of meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. "I can tell you what my view is – the intelligence community's assessment has not changed, my view has not changed, which is that Russia attempted to interfere with read more...

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Breitbart News

  • Donald Trump: No Confidence in Intelligence Led by Brennan, Clapper, Comey (7/19/2018) - President Donald Trump said that he respected the intelligence agencies but not the former prominent figures who made their careers into criticizing his presidency. “It’s been terrible,” Trump told CBS anchor Jeff Glor, citing the names of former CIA director John Brennan, former director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, Former Director of the National Security Agency Michael Hayden, former FBI director James Comey, as well as prominent FBI agents Andrew McCabe, Lisa Page, and Peter read more...
  • The Nuclear Option — The John Brennan Farce: Anti-American Lying Coward Media's Go-to Trump Critic (7/19/2018) - Well, that certainly was not The Art of the Deal. And that was not the tough guy from Queens we so enthusiastically elected. President Trump is the most courageous, imaginative, and dynamic American political leader in more than a quarter-century. He is willing to tackle huge problems and fiercely pursue bold and inventive courses in search of solutions to problems that cowardly politicians have ignored for decades. None of that was on display Monday in read more...
  • Barack Obama: ‘Men Have Been Getting on My Nerves Lately’ (7/19/2018) - Former President Barack Obama on Wednesday told young African leaders in Johannesburg, South Africa, that he would like to see more women enter the political fray because he is growing increasingly frustrated with men. In a speech before 200 students at the African Leadership Academy, former President Obama lamented the frequency of which he sees reports of men behaving in a “violent” and “bullying” manner. “Women in particular, by the way, I want you to get more involved,” Obama read more...
  • Abolishing ICE Would Free 1.4M Criminal Illegal Aliens, Triple Population of Miami (7/19/2018) - Abolishing the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency — which is responsible for arresting and deporting criminal illegal aliens — would have released more than 1.4 million criminal illegal aliens into American communities in the last half decade. Analysis conducted by Breitbart News reveals that had ICE  been eliminated five years ago, there would have been about 1,406,051 criminal illegal aliens released into the American public rather than being arrested and deported. This is a read more...
  • Donald Trump Backs Brian Kemp in Georgia Gubernatorial Runoff (7/19/2018) - President Donald Trump on Wednesday endorsed Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp for the state’s Republican race for governor. “Brian Kemp is running for Governor of the great state of Georgia. The Primary is on Tuesday,” President Trump tweeted. “Brian is tough on crime, strong on the border and illegal immigration. He loves our Military and our Vets and protects our Second Amendment. I give him my full and total endorsement.” Brian Kemp is running for read more...

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World Net Daily

  • Is this why Obama removed Churchill's bust from White House? (7/19/2018) - Winston Churchill Winston Churchill became prime minister of Britain on May 10, 1940. World War II would rage another year and a half before the entrance of Unite States. The situation in Europe was desperate, as two massive Nazi armies were driving back British, French, Dutch, Polish and Belgian troops to the English Channel, bottling them up in the port of Dunkirk. The Belgian army surrendered. If the British forces were destroyed, Britain would be read more...
  • Can public laws get copyright protection? (7/19/2018) - (Photo: PXHere) A nonprofit organization that works to make government documents available to the public has been given permission to release copies of various safety, energy efficiency and other industry standards, many of which are routinely adopted by legislatures and made into law. The Electronic Frontier Foundation is defending Public.Resource.org, or PRO, in a lawsuit brought by six large industry groups that address product safety, education testing and other fields in which standards are routine. The groups sued PRO read more...
  • Why is pro-abortion judge controlling abortion case? (7/19/2018) - William Orrick An appeals court has been asked to remove from an abortion case a federal judge who’s partial to the abortion industry, even serving on a board of an organization that works with Planned Parenthood. Two legal teams now are working with David Daleiden, who released a long list of undercover videos revealing U.S. abortion industry officials discussing their unborn-baby-body-parts-for-sale schemes in 2015. The National Abortion Federation ended up suing him, and the lawsuit was read more...
  • City so sorry for 'Starry Night' saga (7/19/2018) - Vincent van Gogh’s “Starry Night” (Public domain) The mayor of an artsy community in Florida is apologizing for the city’s attack on a representation of “Starry Night,” Vincent van Gogh’s famous night-sky portrayal. And the move is getting the city out of a lawsuit. According to the Pacific Legal Foundation, Mount Dora Mayor Nick Girone is issuing a public apology to Nancy Nemhauser and Lubomir Jastrzebski, owners of the popular “Starry Night” house. They first read more...
  • 'Ample evidence' of social-media bias, says congressman (7/19/2018) - Democrats continue to ridicule Republican claims of political bias by social media giants Facebook, Twitter and Google. At a congressional hearing on the issue Tuesday, Rep. David Cicillone, D-R.I., claimed, “There is no evidence that the algorithms of social networks or search results are biased against conservatives.” Oh, but there is, charged Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz., after Rep. Lamar Smith, R-Texas, pointed out censorship of “Jesus,” “Chick-Fil-A” and “the Catholic religion.” Biggs’ comments, in an interview read more...

 

The Daily Caller

  • Worried About Russia? There’s A Country That Is A Bigger Threat Says Cybersecurity Expert [VIDEO] (7/19/2018) - WATCH: [embedded content] China is a greater security threat than Russia according to many experts — but you won’t hear that from liberals or never-Trumpers who are going after President Trump over his response to Russian meddling while in Helsinki, Finland. John Bambenek, a cybersecurity expert who worked on the Democratic National Committee hack, sat down with the Daily Caller to discuss the threat China poses to the U.S. He also went into detail about read more...
  • ‘Sister Survivors’ Of Larry Nassar Accept Arthur Ashe Courage Award At ESPYS (7/19/2018) - Survivors of convicted sexual abuser and sports doctor Larry Nassar accepted the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the conclusion of the ESPY awards show on Wednesday night. “We spoke all those years,” said U.S. Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman in her acceptance speech as dozens of other survivors stood behind her. “We were told, ‘You are wrong. You misunderstood, He’s a doctor. It’s okay. Don’t worry, we’ve got it covered. Be careful, there are risks involved,'” read more...
  • House Investigates The Virgin Islands’ Emergency Order Allowing The Seizure Of Firearms (7/19/2018) - 3:23 AM 07/19/2018Michael Bastasch | Contributor share on facebook tweet this share Share Print Reddit Share Email WhatsApp Two House committees are investigating Virgin Islands Gov. Kenneth Mapp’s emergency order allowing national guardsmen to confiscate legally-owned firearms ahead of Hurricane Irma in 2017. Republican Reps. Rob Bishop of Utah and Bob Goodlatte of Virginia sent a letter to Mapp on Wednesday, asking for documentation on the order and whether or not any firearms were actually read more...
  • Meanwhile, President Trump Just Broke A Record For Key Appeals Court Confirmations (7/19/2018) - 2:46 AM 07/19/2018Scott Morefield | Reporter share on facebook tweet this share Share Print Reddit Share Email WhatsApp With the help of Senate Majority Mitch McConnell and other Senate Republicans, President Trump just broke a record for appeals court judge confirmations during the first half of a presidency. Andrew Oldham’s narrow 50-49 vote confirmation on Wednesday to the 5th Circuit made him President Trump’s 23rd circuit court judge, breaking former President George H.W. Bush’s record read more...
  • Sen. Rand Paul Goes After John Brennan After He Calls Trump ‘Treasonous’ (7/19/2018) - 2:38 AM 07/19/2018Julia Nista | General Assignment Reporter share on facebook tweet this share Share Print Reddit Share Email WhatsApp Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul went after former CIA director John Brennan following his comments calling President Trump “treasonous” Wednesday on “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” WATCH: “The former director of the CIA, you think of that as a sober minded person, responsible person, kind of a James Bond with maybe an advanced degree. Here you have a read more...

 

Town Hall

  • Bill Clinton: Leaders must remember 'our common humanity' (7/18/2018) - SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Former President Bill Clinton says the key to political leadership is remembering "our common humanity."Clinton's comments came Wednesday night during the NAACP Convention in San Antonio, where he presented Willie Brown with the 2018 NAACP Springarn Medal for outstanding achievement by an African-American. Brown is the former California House speaker and former San Francisco mayor. Clinton said political leaders need to keep humanity in mind. He said it's important at a read more...
  • Democratic Committee office struck by gunfire (7/18/2018) - ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — The Albany County Democratic Committee says someone fired nine shots into their New York headquarters.Committee Chairman Jack Flynn says an employee came into the office Wednesday morning and found debris and bullet holes in the front window. Police believe the shots were fired after everyone had left the office Tuesday night. Albany Police Officer Steve Smith says investigators found bullet fragments, but it's too soon to say what kind of gun read more...
  • North Carolina DMV OKs license plate honoring woman's wife (7/18/2018) - GREENVILLE, N.C. (AP) — The North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles approved Wednesday a woman's request for a specialty license plate to honor her wife after initially turning her down.The NCDMV initially told Amy Bright of Greenville, who requested a plate reading "LSBNSNLV" for "lesbians in love," that it had the right to deny any license plate it deems "offensive to good taste and decency." DMV Commissioner Torre Jessup said Wednesday he approved the plate, read more...
  • Japan records trade surplus in June despite US tariffs (7/18/2018) - TOKYO (AP) — Japan has recorded a trade surplus in June, including with the U.S., despite tariffs put in place by President Donald Trump.The Finance Ministry reported Thursday that Japan's exports in June rose 6.7 percent from the same month a year ago, as exports grew in machinery, food, metals and computers. Imports rose 2.5 percent from a year earlier. By country, exports rose to nations including Germany, China and Brazil. Although exports to the read more...
  • Springsteen surprises audience at Billy Joel concert (7/18/2018) - NEW YORK (AP) — Bruce Springsteen propped himself on top of Billy Joel's piano to sing a duet with The Piano Man, who was celebrating a milestone Wednesday night.Springsteen surprised the audience — who loudly cheered "BRUCE" — at Madison Square Garden when he walked onto the stage. Springsteen rocked his guitar and sang, while Joel worked hard on piano. Joel's Wednesday show at MSG marked his 100th at the famed venue. He started performing read more...

 

Family Research Council

  • For Pastor Brunson, the Wait Continues… (7/18/2018) - July 18, 2018 Jacqueline Furnari used to think the worst thing that could happen to her family in Turkey was deportation. She was wrong. After 2016, the daughter of jailed Pastor Andrew Brunson barely recognizes the country where she grew up. The warm memories of becoming a big sister, of going to grade school in Izmir, and hanging a Turkish flag on their balcony at holidays have all vanished -- replaced with a stream of read more...
  • Shock and Kavanaugh: Dems Ratchet up Judge Talk (7/17/2018) - July 17, 2018 If the Brett Kavanaugh nomination had a subtitle, it could easily be The Great Democratic Freakout of 2018. For now, the hysteria over the president's Supreme Court pick seems to have shifted to the states, where governors are tripping over themselves to make their abortion laws as SCOTUS-proof as possible. They wail that Kavanaugh's confirmation would mean medieval values, millions dead, Sharia law, and, this beauty from Hillary Clinton -- a return read more...
  • A Dem Outlook for November (7/16/2018) - July 16, 2018 Here's a word I never thought anyone would use to describe Senator Dianne Feinstein: "moderate." But that's the political twilight zone Democrats find themselves in, now that 28-year-old socialists are heaving the party Left. In California, where the oldest member of the U.S. Senate couldn't even win her party's endorsement, people are starting to wonder: could this gamble cost Democrats the midterms? For Feinstein, the party's decision to back Kevin de León read more...
  • Dems Have a Meltdown over ICE (7/13/2018) - July 13, 2018 Sometimes, the stories out of D.C. just write themselves. After making the entire summer about ending immigration enforcement, Democrats finally have the chance to vote on it. There's just one problem: they don't want to. When Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.) agreed to put their bill closing the office of Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on the floor, liberals panicked. About that whole "abolishing ICE" thing, their messaging seemed to say, just kidding. read more...
  • Adoption Finds a Home in House (7/12/2018) - July 12, 2018 Kelly Clemente was like a lot of college freshmen -- she ran track, did well in her classes, and joined a sorority. Then, she made a decision that changed her life: she got pregnant. She remembers lying down on the road by her driveway and praying that a car would run over her. "I want to die," she thought. "I can't handle this." She talks about breaking the news to her Christian read more...

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