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Bernie Sanders Promotes Abortion to Save us from Climate Change

Uh, that seems to be what’s going on here. Have a listen. He’s asked about, you know, what liberals have been talking about for at least half a century, about the planet not being able to support population growth. And specifically, whether “empowering women and educating everyone about the need to curb population growth ”… Continue Reading

CNN Seeks to Drive Ratings Even Lower with 7-Hour Global Warming Town Hall

I’d say there is no better way to make people not care about global warming than to run seven hours of programming about it with the Democratic candidates. Anyway, that’s what CNN is doing. This long national nightmare started around 5 pm ET and goes until midnight. Even if you think climate change is going… Continue Reading

White House the Rebuts Latest Attack by Washington Post “News” Reporters

It’s incredible. The liberal mainstream media are so astoundingly creative, coming up with endless ways to recycle and repackage the same criticisms of President Trump. A September 1 piece by piece by Washington Post White House reporters Philip Rucker, who allegedly leaked details of an off-the-record session with cashiered Trump aide Madeleine Westerhout, and Ashley… Continue Reading

McConnell: Senate Will Vote on Supreme Court Vacancy Even if Dems “Whine”

Prepare for civil war. Figuratively. I think. According to the Washington Examiner: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Republicans would “absolutely” vote on a Supreme Court vacancy if one occurred before the 2020 election, regardless of whether Democrats “whine” about it.  “You have to go back to 1880 to find the last time, back to… Continue Reading

Mattis Rips Apart Obama’s Foreign Policy in New Book

Barack Obama entered the White House with no relevant experience to be president. Whatever you say about President Trump, he ran a major corporation and made billions of dollars. Barack Obama was a state legislator, a part-time job, and then a U.S. senator for a couple of years, much of which he spent running for… Continue Reading