The Sinclair Group: A new hope for conservative television news

The Sinclair Group: A new hope for conservative television news

By Eric Blake / Western Free Press Faithful readers may remember way back, in my effective manifesto for the Culture War, how I laid out the need to fight on the battlefield of the “mainstream” press: So here’s how we’d have to do it: Conservative businessmen unknown to the hit squads of the other side, […]

Donald Trump’s budget would force sanctuary cities to comply with immigration laws

Donald Trump’s budget would force sanctuary cities to comply with immigration laws

A day after Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued guidance that narrowly defined a “sanctuary city,” the Justice Department is attempting to broaden its authority to compel such jurisdictions to cooperate with immigration authorities. A provision included in the Justice Department’s proposed fiscal 2018 budget seeks to update a portion of federal law, U.S.C. 1373, which […]

This grotesquely deceptive headline should win a fake news award

This grotesquely deceptive headline should win a fake news award

By Matthew K. Burke / The Politistick The header at the Tampa Bay Times website brags that the Florida newspaper is the recipient of 12 Pulitzer prizes. And while the paper may have received those awards for excellence in journalism, it should be ashamed of itself for this deceptive headline published on Monday: You wouldn’t know […]

Dueling still not advisable in Oregon

Dueling still not advisable in Oregon

From Lowering The Bar It looks like the people of Oregon will not have to decide, the next time they go to the polls, whether to repeal the 172-year-old state constitutional provision that was designed to discourage dueling. For about two months, a joint resolution was floating around up there that would have proposed the […]

The ugly truth about college accreditation

The ugly truth about college accreditation

By Jamin Hübner / FEE The appointment of Betsy DeVos to Secretary of Education has spurred renewed interest in federal regulation in education. Just how much is needed, if any? When it comes to higher ed, this question inevitably surrounds the messy topic of “accreditation”—which has more negative impact on institutions than is often perceived. What’s […]

Judicial Watch: Obama travel totals nearly $100 million

Judicial Watch: Obama travel totals nearly $100 million

From Judicial Watch Judicial Watch announced that it obtained records from the Secret Service and the Air Force in response to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests that show Obama family travel cost taxpayers a grand total of $99,714,527.82. The new Obama White House era travel records show: The March 2014 trip to Key Largo […]

Professor declares ‘college campuses not free speech areas’

Professor declares ‘college campuses not free speech areas’

From Truth Revolt A professor at Fresno State University has erased over two hundred years of U.S. law by declaring that free speech is not allowed in public places. Today, college campuses utilize pre-designated areas called “free speech zones” and they are usually confined to a small square in some remote part of campus. Special permission […]

Is this the smoking gun to expose Hillary and the Democrats?

Is this the smoking gun to expose Hillary and the Democrats?

By Sam Rolley / Personal Liberty Digest Congress and the news media are continuing to discuss claims of Russian election hacking made by failed Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. But a new report concerning a murdered DNC staffer could be the missing piece of the puzzle to that eliminates questions about the leaks Clinton blamed […]

Why are so many poor Americans so overweight?

By Jon Miltimore / FEE ecent reports show that the United States is one of the most obese nations in the world – the only G-8 nation to crack the top 20 of the most overweight countries in the world. For children and low-income people, the problem is particularly acute. A 2015 report commission by the […]

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