6 great riot tips explained by our helpful anarchist from the black bloc! Before you turn a peaceful protest into a riot, make sure you're armed with knowled...
As the American press has shone a spotlight upon alleged Russian involvement both in the U.S. presidential election and its aftermath, Disobedient Media has identified a number of foreign public an…
"It is extremely important that individuals in the state of California do not own assault weapons," Yee once said. "I mean that is just so crystal clear."
"I can't possibly imagine what he's going through in terms of the loss of a son," Spicer responded. "I can tell him that on behalf of the president, his son
All About Beer Magazine has decided not to cover beers with names or images that “fall into poor taste,” targeting beers that they believe demean women. The magazine states in a March editorial:
A woman writing for Quartz.com laments that bots such as Apple’s Siri, Amazon’s Alexa, Microsoft’s Cortana, and Google’s Google Home exhibit signs of submissiveness that not only reflect the feelings of dominance among men but also reinforce the concept that women are made to be submissive.
The Meyer Law Office, which specializes in immigration law, has published a video proving that undercover ICE agents are entering Denver courthouses to make arrests.
As the Democratic Party continues to grapple with the inescapable reality of crushing 2016 electoral defeats, former President Jimmy Carter has one request: don’t ignore white American workers. Throughout her presidential campaign, former Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton kept intensely focused on wooing women, the LGBT community and several minority groups. But Carter contends Clinton lost so badly because she failed to talk to white, working-class people. “And I kept waiting for Mrs. Clinton to say, ‘I’m for you, white workers, too!'” “In the 2016 election alone, the working class people built the election,” Carter said during a sermon delivered at a church service in Georgia Sunday. “And I kept waiting for Mrs. Clinton to say, ‘I’m for you, white workers, too!'” But Clinton didn’t express that at all, as Carter lamented in the sermon aired on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” Monday. “But [Clinton] hasn’t talked to them in ages and went after Americans who were Hispanic and women and so forth,” Carter continued. “She
More Americans have a positive opinion of Donald Trump than they do of Republicans or Democrats in Congress, according to a new poll.
Former President George W. Bush said Monday it’s hard to fight a war on terrorism while “in retreat” and that he generally supports an immigration policy that is “welcoming” and that “upholds the law.”
Each of the non-citizen voters have committed a criminal felony. DHS is deporting illegal alien felons as a top priority. Any illegal alien who voted will now be subject to arrest and deportation…
100% of pregnant women in Iceland abort their babies who have been pre-natally diagnosed with Down syndrome. And it gets so much worse than that.
Psychologist Paul Bloom of Yale University talks about his book Against Empathy with EconTalk host Russ Roberts. Bloom argues that empathy--the ability to feel the emotions of others--is a bad guide to charitable giving and public policy. Bloom argues...
The drama at this conference reveals a disturbing picture of a medical community unable or unwilling to exercise judgment in the face of trans rage.
Because there's just not enough opacity shrouding police misconduct and not enough slanting of the criminal justice system against defendants, California police unions have decided to get involved in a judicial dispute over lists of law...
Former Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Donna Brazile is maintaining that the emails showing her relay questions ahead of debates to Hillary Clinton during the Democratic primary may not be authentic. In an interview with Politico published Monday, Brazile, a former CNN contributor, acknowledged the emails allegedly show her passing advantageous information to Clinton's campaign. She said, however, that those emails don't show full context. You know, I think there's always a lot of confusion when something is put out in a dump of emails that trickles out, she said. So, the first answer is an easy answer. Did CNN provide Donna Brazile or any other contributor debate questions? No. I've never received questions from CNN. I've made that very clear, I've made that very plain.
A university has suspended a lecturer who was caught on tape assaulting a conservative student and at least one other. Eric Canin, a cultural anthropology lecturer at California State University, F
The House Intelligence Committee's top Democrat said it is too early to say whether anyone on President Trump's campaign colluded with Russia. We haven't obtained any of the information yet, Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., said. We are in the very infancy of this investigation, he said, adding that prejudging what his panel might discover in the course of a nascent probe into potential contacts between the Trump administration and Moscow is unhelpful. We're not in a position to reach any conclusions yet, Schiff said. Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., told reporters earlier Monday: There's nothing there, regarding improper communication between any Trump advisers and Russian officials. Schiff sees three major obstacles to getting to the bottom of the Russian issue: keeping the inquiry bipartisan; receiving full cooperation from the FBI; and adequate staffing to conduct a thorough review.
The new book “Portraits of Courage” combines former President George W. Bush’s appreciation for the sacrifices of our veterans with his love of painting. Bus...
"This move puts them at the forefront of the kiosk and tech movement," Tristano said.
Exclusive — President Trump: Oscars ‘Were Focused so Hard on Politics’ They Could Not Get the Basics of the Ceremony Right