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French reporters covering the visit between President Obama and President Hollande couldn’t help but take a few selfies along the way. Thomas Wieder of Le Monde managed a catch a selfie with both presidents in the background. A journo thought this was a good time to take a selfie. "@ThomasWieder: Selfie dans le bureau Ovale. […]
The Awesome Part of This Basketball Video Isn’t the 19 Seconds It Takes for a Little Guy to Make His First Points Ever — It’s What His Uncle Did to Highlight It
“he wouldn’t stop watching when i first showed it to him”
Whoever’s behind the Twitter account named after the lead character on HBO’s snoozy “The Newsroom” is apparently annoyed by Chris Christie’s winter storm tweets: If you have a snow day today, consider reading @GovChristie's snowday tweets. Better than The Price is Right.— Will McAvoy (@WillMcAvoyACN) January…
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The family that prays together, slays together! Righteous. Abu knows best! No worries, as thousands of jihadis descend on Syria from Europe, Africa, the US and Canada, media and political elites remain focused on “islamophobia.” That there is the real terror ….. not fathers like Ahmed. Family jihad: father takes five sons to join Syrian rebels By…
Twitchy founder/CEO Michelle Malkin has tirelessly sought to take on advocates of the new “Common Core” school standards, even going so far as to challenge Jeb Bush and the New York Times’ Bill Keller to debate the merits of the standards. You might think that would keep people from foolishly trying to debate her on Twitter, but Common Core folks seem to lack common sense:
The National Rifle Association says it plans to sue the state of California if Gov. Jerry Brown signs a bill approved by state lawmakers that would ban the future sale of most types of semi automatic rifles that accept detachable magazines.
Senate Bill 76, passed in the Nevada Legislature and signed into law by Governor Brian Sandoval (R) on May 29, takes effect on Tuesday, October 1.
Richard Grenell, who served briefly as Mitt Romney’s national security spokesman during his presidential campaign, wasn’t about to let Politico deputy editor Blake Hounshell get away with his cheap shot calling his former boss a “noted Iran expert.”
LifeNews has spent almost 20 years chronicling how the abortion industry doesn’t offer any protection for young girls who are victims of statutory rape. Most recently, an abortion practitioner in Indiana was caught waiting months after he did an abortion on a young girl who was a victim of statutory rape before finally reporting it to the state.
A pro-life-run company in Pennsylvania is taking the pro-abortion HHS mandate to the Supreme Court with a simple request: tear down this mandate.
Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys representing a Pennsylvania family and its woodworking business asked the U.S. Supreme Court Thursday to hear its lawsuit against the Obama administration’s abortion pill mandate, which could cost the family nearly $ 3 million per month in fines if it doesn’t agree to live contrary to its Christian convictions. It is the first Supreme Court petition in a case challenging a direct ruling on the mandate.
Editor’s note: the inherent nature of this alleged crime is graphic. Readers should be warned some of the content in this post could be considered graphic.
An Arizona man is accused of drugging his girlfriend and branding her genital area with his initials while she was passed out — all because she wouldn’t go dancing with him.