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Steve Cohen Implies Trump's 'Audience' Is 'Similar' to Ku Klux Klan
Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN) implied that President Donald Trump's Tuesday-night Oval Office address resembled Ku Klux Klan "tactics," further deriding the president's "audience" as similar to Ku Klux Klan
Qualcomm and Intel have 5G devices at CES 2019, but Huawei’s are MIA
One of the big themes at the 2019 CES is 'real 5G', but only a handful of companies are actually showing up with live 5G demos. Here they are.
Mark Levin: Trump Speech 'Outstanding'; Pelosi, Schumer 'Are Pathological Liars'
Tuesday on Fox News Channel’s “Hannity” after President Donald Trump’s Oval Office address and the joint response given by Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi
Nolte: Bill Kristol Launches the Bulwark with a Lie
Obviously the Bulwark is not interested in facts. The site's only goal is to ape and pay tribute to their benefactors in the anti-Trump media.
Scarborough on Trump Address: 'He Made Himself Look More Inept'
Wednesday, MSNBC “Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough reacted to President Donald Trump’s Oval Office address, saying it made the president “look even more inept” and “lost.” According to Scarborough,
Vox Does Epic Flip-Flop on Importance of TSA ... Because Trump
It was less than 30 months ago when the far-left Vox.com was doing its explanatory explaining to explain just how useless, unnecessary, and, yes, dangerous, the TSA is.
New Native American Lawmaker on Government Shutdown: Indigenous ‘Lives at Stake’
Rep. Sharice Davids (D-KS), who is a member of the Ho-Chunk Nation, told NPR "lives are at stake" because of the partial government shutdown.
Jeff Bezos’s divorce announcement is a perfect example of controlling the story
Jeff Bezos published a surprise announcement on Twitter today (Jan. 9), alerting the world to the fact that he and MacKenzie Bezos, his wife of…
Earlonne Woods Made an Amazing Podcast—and It Won Him His Freedom
While he was an inmate at San Quentin State Prison, Earlonne Woods helped create a podcast that dealt with everyday life behind bars. Woods, 47, had spent 21 years in prison for attempted armed
Chrome’s ad blocker will go global on July 9
Following the Coalition for Better Ads decision to expand worldwide, Google Chrome's ad blocker is going global on July 9, 2019.
Chris Evans: Mike Pence an 'Obsequious Little Worm' Trying to 'Sanitize' Trump's Lies
Actor Chris Evans attacked Vice President Mike Pence as an "obsequious little worm" attempting to "sanitize" President Donald Trump's lies on the need to build a wall on the southern Mexico border.
‘My mortgage is due’: Some federal workers turn to crowdfunding as shutdown drags on
About 1,000 furloughed federal workers have turned to online fundraising to help cover their expenses as a partial shutdown of the U.S. government drags on for nearly three weeks, a spokeswoman for
PragerU Brings New Suit Against Google in California State Court
Conservative nonprofit PragerU filed suit against Google in California court on Tuesday for allegedly violating state law in restricting access to Prager’s educational videos on... Read More The post
‘Voice of Hispanic America’ Salinas: Many Latinos ‘Buying’ Trump’s Arguments Against Illegal Immigration
Former longtime Univision anchor María Elena Salinas revealed on Tuesday evening that many Latinos are buying the arguments President Donald Trump is making about illegal immigration.
The Problem Isn’t the Poor. It’s Young Men on Welfare Who Could Be Working.
Left-wing media stalwarts such as Newsweek, Huffington Post, and Salon launched a barrage of fake news after I appeared on “Fox & Friends” recently to... Read More The post The Problem Isn’t the
Twitter and NBA game streaming deal is about connecting with cord-cutters and younger fans
Twitter is already working with the NBA to stream video of pre-game warm-ups, in-game and post-game highlights and post-game behind-the-scenes content. Now, the company will for the first time ever
Ann Coulter: Media Throw Everything at the Wall to See What Sticks
Now that Trump has finally turned to the campaign promise that won him the election -- build a wall and deport illegals -- the Democrats, the media and even most Republicans are hysterical.
Trump Knocks ABC's Jon Karl for Shutdown Sermonizing: 'Do You Think I Should Just Sign?'
President Donald Trump criticized ABC News chief White House correspondent Jon Karl as he took questions from reporters in the Oval Office Wednesday, jabbing veteran Press Corps member for his
Science Confirms That Your Parents Love Fake News
A new study confirms something we all already suspected to be true: people older than 65 are more likely to share fake news on Facebook than people of other ages. Age was a better predictor of sharing
Hulu redesign may drop the confusing screen called ‘Lineup,’ simplify navigation
Hulu is preparing to update its streaming app in order to make it simpler to navigate to and discover content you want to watch. Some of the changes coming in the weeks ahead are smaller, but