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Newsmax Newsfront

  • Kellyanne Conway Rips Comey's Claim He's Not a 'Leaker' (4/26/2018) - White House counselor Kellyanne Conway on Wednesday beat back James Comey's assertions he was not a leaker in providing contents of a memo he had written about President Donald Trump to a Columbia University law professor to provide to the media. "We already know that he gave memos to his friend Daniel Richman . . . with the intent that Richmond would leak it to the media and hoping to 'trigger' a special counsel," Conway read more...
  • Bill O'Reilly: Ronny Jackson Will Withdraw VA Nomination (4/26/2018) - Bill O'Reilly told Newsmax TV on Wednesday he believed embattled Navy Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson would eventually withdraw his nomination to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs because he has been "slimed" by the media. "Anybody who Donald Trump nominates for anything is going to get slimed," O'Reilly told "Newsmax Now" host John Bachman in an interview. "It's brutal. This is the resistance. "I did not know what the doctor did or did not do," read more...
  • Report: Bannon Accused of Plot to Discourage Leftist Voters (4/26/2018) - Former Trump campaign chief executive Steve Bannon directed Cambridge Analytica, a research firm he co-founded, to look into ways of discouraging left-leaning voters from casting a vote during the 2016 presidential campaign. According to The Hill, whistleblower Christopher Wylie met with Democrats from the House Judiciary Committee and the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform behind closed doors Wednesday and said Bannon wanted the company to research ways of "discouraging particular types of voters read more...
  • 3 Days after Fatal Shootings, Tennessee Waffle House Reopens (4/26/2018) - The Tennessee Waffle House where four people were fatally shot reopened Wednesday amid tears and solemn remembrance of the dead, as the company said it will donate a month of the restaurant's sales to help the wounded survivors and the families of the slain. Employees wore orange ribbons and hugged one another while a steady stream of customers came in to order food and show support.Among those killed when a man opened fire in the read more...
  • Cosby Jury Focuses on Star Defense Witness (4/26/2018) - Jurors at Bill Cosby's sexual assault retrial appear to be focused on the testimony of a woman who claims his chief accuser spoke of framing a prominent person for the money. The jury asked to rehear testimony from star defense witness Marguerite Jackson, a former Temple University colleague of Andrea Constand's.Jackson testified that Constand told her she could fabricate sexual assault allegations and "get that money" from a lawsuit, bolstering Cosby's efforts to show Constand read more...

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Breitbart News

  • Sorry Haters, Kanye West Is Right: Yeezy Is Worth a Billion Bucks (4/26/2018) - Kanye West took to Twitter on Wednesday to proclaim that his shoe and apparel brand Yeezy would “hit a billion dollars” this year and is on its way to being worth ten times that much. “It is the 2nd fastest growing company in history,” West wrote. “It is a unicorn on its way to becoming a decacorn.” A “unicorn” is Silicon Valley jargon for a privately held company valued at over $1 billion. A “decacorn” would be worth read more...
  • Democrats Silent on Highest Ranking Openly Gay Nominee Ever (4/26/2018) - Nine Democratic senators facing re-election in November in states President Donald Trump 18 won months ago remain silent on the nomination of Richard Grenell as U.S. Ambassador to Germany ahead of the final vote Thursday. Grenell, who is openly gay, would be, if confirmed, the highest ranking openly-gay U.S. government official ever to serve. Sens. Jon Tester (D-MT), Claire McCaskill (D-MO), Tammy Baldwin (D-WI), Bob Casey (D-PA), Debbie Stabenow (D-MI), Joe Manchin (D-WV), Bill Nelson read more...
  • Kassam: Macron Humiliated Trump and His MAGA Base While Congress Cheered Him On (4/26/2018) - WASHINGTON, D.C. — President Macron’s trip couldn’t have been better for the French President and what he represents. As Europe’s last high priest of globalism, Macron used the invitation from President Trump to undermine his entire election campaign, administrative agenda, and most importantly: his supporter base. The U.S. Congress gave Macron over a dozen standing ovations for doing so, celebrating his insistence that the United States should rejoin the Paris Climate Accords, and that the read more...
  • Watchdog: U.S. Spending Billions on ‘Dysfunctional Projects,’ ‘Ghost Workers’ in Afghanistan (4/26/2018) - The World Bank is allowing Kabul to use the Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund (ARTF), financed by American taxpayer money estimated in the billions, to pay for “dysfunctional” projects and possibly even “ghost workers,” a U.S. watchdog agency announced Wednesday. In an audit published Wednesday, the U.S. Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) identifies the United States as the largest contributor to World Bank-administered ARTF. Via the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the United States read more...
  • Trump Travel Ban Has Good Day at Supreme Court (4/26/2018) - WASHINGTON, DC – President Donald Trump had a good day at the Supreme Court on Wednesday in the “travel ban” case involving immigrants from terror-prone nations, as a majority of the justices seemed to signal their agreement with the president’s lawyers on key points. Wednesday’s oral arguments were the climax of an epic legal struggle that began during the president’s first week in office, when he signed Executive Order 13769 to enact “extreme vetting” for read more...

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World Net Daily

  • Dogs cannot get 'autism' (4/26/2018) - (London Telegraph)Dogs cannot get ‘autism’, the British Veterinary Association has warned, after the ‘anti-vaccine’ movement spread to pets. ‘Anti-vaxxers’ believe that immunisations have harmful side effects and may be the cause of autism in children – beliefs widely debunked by the medical community. This theory is increasingly being applied to pets, particularly in the US, and there are fears it is spreading to the UK and could cause already low vaccination rates to fall.
  • Former Panther wants Trump to give blacks this state (4/26/2018) - (Clash America) Sure, buddy. Good luck with that. This bro is something else. Malik Shabazz is the former chairman of the New Black Panther Party and president of Black Lawyers for Justice. In a lengthy speech outside of the White House on Saturday, Shabazz condemned President Obama for ‘doing the white man’s bidding’.
  • High-flying U.S. home prices set for another jolt (4/26/2018) - (Bloomberg) The U.S. housing market’s storyline for the last several years has been one of steady demand and limited supply, pushing prices ever higher. Now, a new chapter has opened up for the industry and its customers: soaring costs for building materials. Reports on Tuesday underscored both resilient purchase activity and accelerating home prices. The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller index showed property values in 20 major U.S. cities climbed 6.8 percent in February, the biggest year-over-year read more...
  • 80% of Americans believe in God – what do they mean? (4/26/2018) - (Christianity Today) “We believe in God,” Amy Grant famously sang in the ’90s. Today, 4 out of 5 Americans still say the same. But according to a new survey from the Pew Research Center, what they mean by God varies a lot. Pastors and theologians often warn Christians against ascribing to a “God of their own making,” knowing that not all who say they believe understand God as described in Scripture or in the traditional read more...
  • Amazon workers boo Bezos in Berlin (4/26/2018) - (Quartz) Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos received a hostile reception when he arrived in the German capital to pick up an innovation award on Tuesday (Apr. 24). Some 450 Amazon workers, who are members of the powerful Verdi trade union, amassed outside the offices of publisher Axel Springer, where the awards ceremony was taking place, carrying placards reading “Make Amazon Pay.” Amazon workers from other countries, including Poland and Italy, also traveled to Berlin to join read more...

 

Town Hall

  • Genetic sleuthing bolsters food poisoning searches (4/26/2018) - ATLANTA (AP) — Disease hunters are using genetic sequencing in their investigation of the ongoing food poisoning outbreak linked to romaine lettuce, a technique that is revolutionizing the detection of germs in food.The genetic analysis is being used to bolster investigations and — in some cases — connect the dots between what were once seemingly unrelated illnesses. It also is uncovering previously unfathomed sources of food poisoning, including one outbreak from apples dipped in caramel. read more...
  • Disney emphasizes China roots in Shanghai amid trade tension (4/26/2018) - SHANGHAI (AP) — Walt Disney Co. stressed its deep China connections as it opened an extension of Shanghai's $5.5 billion Disney Resort on Thursday amid escalating tensions over trade and technology between Beijing and Washington.Disney executives took pains to emphasize that beneath the surface, Shanghai's Disneyland is not purely American and has been a boon to the local economy, providing both jobs and high-quality entertainment. Disney took an unusually collaborative approach to its Shanghai theme read more...
  • The Latest: Alleged serial killer worked in warehouse (4/26/2018) - SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The Latest on a serial killing and rape case in California (all times local):10:20 p.m. The man charged with being the Golden State Killer, who killed a dozen people and raped dozens of women in California decades ago, worked quietly for years in a supermarket warehouse. Save Mart spokeswoman Victoria Castro says Joseph DeAngelo worked at the distribution center in Roseville near Sacramento for 27 years before retiring last year. Castro read more...
  • With Cruise, 'A Quiet Place,' Paramount ready for a comeback (4/26/2018) - LAS VEGAS (AP) — Paramount Pictures is ready for its comeback story.On Wednesday at the CinemaCon convention in Las Vegas, studio chairman and CEO Jim Gianopulos announced a sequel to the breakthrough thriller "A Quiet Place," two new Star Trek movies and trotted out its biggest star, Tom Cruise, to dazzle the audience of theater owners and exhibitors with stories of his death defying stunts in "Mission: Impossible — Fallout." "It's no secret we've had read more...
  • Geologists say North Korea's nuclear test site has collapsed (4/26/2018) - BEIJING (AP) — Research by Chinese geologists shows the mountain above North Korea's main nuclear test site has collapsed, rendering it unsafe for further testing and requiring that it be monitored for any leaking radiation.The findings by the scientists at the University of Science and Technology of China may shed new light on North Korean President Kim Jong Un's announcement that his country was ceasing its testing program ahead of planned summit meetings with South read more...

 

Family Research Council

  • A Successful Trial Period for Trump's Judges (4/24/2018) - April 24, 2018 There aren't a lot of things the Senate does fast. But under President Trump, the "greatest deliberative body" has been deliberate about one thing: judges. It may not make flashy headlines, but Republicans are putting together a dream team on America's benches, just as fast as the rules (and Senate Democrats) will let them. For Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, it's been a grind. Earlier this month, the White House sent over read more...
  • The Bible: Misunderstood and Under Assault (4/23/2018) - April 23, 2018 By Travis Weber, Director of the Center for Religious Liberty The Bible is in the news again. Last week, the editors of GQ listed the Bible in their article "21 Books You Don't Have to Read," recognizing the Good Book has "some good parts," but concluding "overall it is certainly not the finest thing that man has ever produced. It is repetitive, self-contradictory, sententious, foolish, and even at times ill-intentioned." One wonders read more...
  • Adoption Freedom: Caring for Children and Families (4/20/2018) - April 20, 2018 If federal lawmakers want to show they care about children and families, there's perhaps no better opportunity in the near term than by passing the Child Welfare Provider Inclusion Act (CWPIA). Pending in the House as H.R. 1881 (introduced by Rep. Mike Kelly (R-Penn.)), and in the Senate as S. 811 (introduced by Senator Mike Enzi (R-Wyo.)), CWPIA would ensure that the maximum number of adoption providers remain in the marketplace and read more...
  • GOP Senses Gravity of NASA Vacancy (4/19/2018) - April 19, 2018 "It doesn't take a rocket scientist to run NASA." And the man who said so ought to know: astronaut Buzz Aldrin. Like a lot of experts, he couldn't understand the hold-up over President Trump's pick to run America's space agency, former congressman and Navy pilot Jim Bridenstine. For an agency used to running at warp speed, the 15-month delay isn't just unusual -- it's unnecessary. And unfortunately, Democrats weren't the only ones read more...
  • Army Chaplain Bombarded for Marriage View (4/18/2018) - April 18, 2018 Army Chaplain Scott Squires has been to battles all over the world -- but he never imagined he'd be fighting his biggest one right here at home. For Squires, who's spent 25 years serving his country, no one was more surprised than he was that the same military who hired him for his faith is now punishing him for exercising it. Turns out, some Obama-era habits are hard to break. Like a read more...

 

The Daily Caller

  • A Red Pill For Marxists (Pun Intended) (4/26/2018) - The 200th anniversary of Karl Marx’ s birthday will be upon us soon and you can expect a plethora of articles and news segments about him, most of which will be praising him as a great genius whose great vision was, unfortunately, misinterpreted or misapplied by his followers. No doubt The New York Times will be foremost in so far as it ran a series of articles last year about how wonderful the totalitarian system read more...
  • Iran Is A Hopeless Mess And The Iran Deal’s Future Is Riddled With Obstacles (4/26/2018) - Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has been in the United States for a visit which coincides with stateside stops by French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel. (Macron and Merkel are meeting with President Donald Trump.) Zarif is apparently invited by the Council on Foreign Relations and in New York City to take part in a United Nations peace conference involving senior officials. Zarif’s timing is no coincidence and his main objective, read more...
  • Today Is Melania Trump’s Birthday. Here Are Her 5 Most Impressive Moments (4/26/2018) - Jena Greene Reporter 11:54 PM 04/25/2018  Pinterest  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp     Share         TOP Today is Melania Trump’s birthday, and the first lady has given us plenty of reasons to celebrate. Trump turns 48 years old Thursday, but FLOTUS looks absolutely stunning for her age. Although she’s only been in the political public eye for a few years, Melania has already made quite an impressive name for herself. She takes constant read more...
  • Celebrate Melania’s Birthday With Her Greatest Looks As First Lady [SLIDESHOW] (4/26/2018) - Melania Trump turns another year older Thursday. In honor of her day, we took a look back at her most jaw-dropping looks since Donald Trump was sworn in as president. The first lady is a wonderful example of the greatness of America and she has impressed people with her elegance, style and grace at home and around the world. (RELATED: Check Out The Hottest Looks From The 60th Grammy Awards [SLIDESHOW]) Trump has spent a large read more...
  • Randa Jarrar Is No Martyr For Free Speech (4/26/2018) - Fresno State professor Randa Jarrar thought it was a good idea last week to publicly celebrate the death of “amazing racist” Barbara Bush. Naturally, Jarrar’s idiotic tweets prompted a social media firestorm and a few calls for the professor’s dismissal. Fresno State announced it would launch an investigation into its professor, who, oddly enough, bragged about how her tenure meant she wouldn’t face any consequences for her callous tweets. (RELATED: Fresno State Closes Investigation Into read more...

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