Reuters reporter buries info on hacker Beto O’Rourke and Brian Stelter rushes in to explain

As Twitchy reported Friday, 2020 candidate had some explaining to do concerning his relationship with the Cult of the Dead Cow, a collective of hackers from the ’90s. As it turns out, a reporter for Reuters knew all about this part of O’Rourke’s past but chose to bury it until after his 2018 bid to unseat Sen. Ted Cruz in

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SCIENCE: Scientific American looks into why white men stockpile guns (racism?)

We’ll admit, we don’t have a lot of faith in the once-respected Scientific American after seeing the once-respected journal Nature reporting that assigning gender by the genitals one is born with “has no foundation in science.” So now we’ve moved on to “woke science,” and we’re pretty sure that’s what’s being applied here: Why are white men stockpiling guns? Research suggests it's

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The Who’s Roger Daltrey doesn’t hold back when asked about Brexit

A Sky News reporter probably didn’t get the response she was expecting when she asked Roger Daltrey of The Who about Brexit, and how the band would tour in Europe in Britain left the European Union. Daltrey reminded her that The Who toured the world plenty before the idea of a European Union had ever been floated. The Who singer

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Congressman Phil Roe, M.D. -> Looking Forward For Our Veterans

Congressman Phil Roe, M.D. -> Looking Forward For Our Veterans One of my top priorities and highest privileges is working to ensure those “who shall have borne the battle” receive the services and support they have earned. It is an honor to serve as the Ranking Republican Member of the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs (HVAC) this Congress. While I

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People who were once 16 explain to Speaker Nancy Pelosi why the voting age shouldn’t be lowered

You might remember that we covered this very tweet just a couple of days ago, although it’s taken on new life today as more and more people add their own life experiences to video of Speaker Nancy Pelosi arguing that the voting age should be lowered to 16 “to capture kids.” Here’s the video again: [email protected]: It's "really important" to

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Rep. Ilhan Omar accuses The Hill of ‘otherizing’ her by mentioning she said a Muslim verse

We’re old enough to have attended school back before terms like “intersectionality” and “marginalization” had taken over the curriculum, so we didn’t see the carefully placed dog-whistle in The Hill’s tweet about Rep. Ilhan Omar reciting a Muslim verse in the aftermath of the Christchurch mass shooting. Maybe you’ll catch it. Ilhan Omar shares Muslim verse after New Zealand mosque

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If You Don’t Remember Cold War, Communism, Getting Free Stuff From Government Sounds Great

One of the rotten fruits produced by what passes for today’s American education system is the ignorance some young people have about socialism. According to a new Harris Poll given exclusively to Axios, the news and information website, Generation Z (comprised of those born in 1995 or later), “has a more positive view of the word ‘socialism’ than previous generations,

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Dem presidential candidate says he’ll win because ‘a lot of people don’t pay attention to politics’

Entrepreneur Andrew Yang is among many in the running for the Democrat nomination in 2020, and the planks in his platform include a universal basic income “freedom dividend” of $1,000 a month for each American as well as a goal of “Medicare for All.” Why is Yang confident of an election victory? Simple: A lot of people don’t pay attention

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‘Did you sleep through the Obama administration?’: Reporter breaks irony meters with take on Christchurch

During a briefing following the horrifying Christchurch mosque massacres in New Zealand, President Trump was asked if white nationalism is a growing threat. “Not really,” he replied, suggesting white supremacists make up a very small number of American citizens. Asked by a reporter if white nationalism is a growing threat, @POTUS replies, ”not really,” suggesting it’s just a small group of

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The Long History of the Economic Costs of Higher Tariffs

What are the economic effects of tariffs? That question has been studied in detail dating back to Adam Smith’s “The Wealth of Nations” in 1776, and a general consensus was long ago agreed to among economists. Tariffs decrease the health, happiness, and fortunes of those engaging in trade by: Steering trade toward inefficient producers. Encouraging the covert smuggling of goods.

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