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on February 1, 2016 in Right Edition Videos

Hard time Detroit – Violence in Mexico

Detroit Rising: Life after bankruptcy One year after a federal judge approves Detroit’s bankruptcy exit plan, progress has been made while looming challenges remain, especially city pensions The City of Detroit has more than enough cash to pay its daily bills. Thousands of busted streetlights have been replaced. City retirees still receive pension checks, and valuable paintings remain ensconced in the gilded halls of the Detroit Institute of Arts. That’s the good news. But a year after a federal judge approved a cost-cutting and reinvestment plan in the nation’s largest-ever municipal bankruptcy case, Detroit’s financial future still hangs in...

Detroit Rising: Life after bankruptcy One year after a federal judge approves Detroit’s bankruptcy exit plan, progress has been made while looming challenges remain, especially city pensions The City of Detroit has more than enough cash to pay its...

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on January 29, 2016 in Right Edition Videos

Liberals War on Women – Right to Self Defense EH

Why are women in Canada denied even pepper or bear spray to defend themselves against attack? The violent attack on Julie Paskall of British Columbia, police suspect robbery to be the motive, caused me to revisit an issue which has long been disturbing. Women in Canada (men too, but let me focus on our wives, mothers, sisters and daughters) are denied by criminal law the right to carry something as fundamentally protecting as pepper or bear spray. Why do we tolerate this? Why do we permit federal politicians to sell us the dangerous nonsense that for a woman to...

Why are women in Canada denied even pepper or bear spray to defend themselves against attack? The violent attack on Julie Paskall of British Columbia, police suspect robbery to be the motive, caused me to revisit an issue which...

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on January 28, 2016 in Right Edition Videos

NJ Snow Storm – Obama’s last State of the Union

Police stop teens seeking snow shoveling work School was closed for the blizzard that wasn’t, but there was still enough snow on the ground that two high school seniors thought they could make a few extra bucks. In the process, Matt Molinari and Eric Schnepf, both 18, also learned a valuable lesson about one of the costs of doing business: government regulations. The two friends were canvasing a neighborhood near this borough’s border with Bridgewater early Monday evening, handing out fliers promoting their service, when they were pulled over by police and told to stop. The story was shared...

Police stop teens seeking snow shoveling work School was closed for the blizzard that wasn’t, but there was still enough snow on the ground that two high school seniors thought they could make a few extra bucks. In the...

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on January 25, 2016 in Right Edition Videos

Trump Gathers the Largest Crowds

Donald Trump’s visit to Alabama was originally slated for the city’s Civic Center Theater, seating 1,950. Crowd demand late in the week moved the Trump rally to Mobile’s Ladd-Peebles football stadium, which seats about 43,000. A near-capacity crowd was expected late Friday, begging the question once all was said and done in Mobile: How big was the crowd at Trump’s Alabama rally? Estimates early Friday from city officials suggested that 40,000 would attend were on the high side, since some empty seats were visible at the rally. In the hours after the event, though, the final tally reveals that...

Donald Trump’s visit to Alabama was originally slated for the city’s Civic Center Theater, seating 1,950. Crowd demand late in the week moved the Trump rally to Mobile’s Ladd-Peebles football stadium, which seats about 43,000. A near-capacity crowd was...

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on January 22, 2016 in Right Edition Videos

“FitBit” to be Tied – Afraid Of Legal Gun Owners

Columnist: I’m More Afraid Of Legal Gun Owners Than Gun-Wielding Criminals A Baltimore Sun columnist wrote in a Thursday op-ed that citizens who legally own firearms are more frightening than the criminals who use the weapons on the rough streets of her hometown. Tricia Bishop, deputy editorial page editor for the Baltimore paper, explained how billboards advertisements for guns and everyday Americans carrying them around made her sick. “I’m less afraid of the criminals wielding guns in Baltimore… than I am by those permitted gun owners,” Bishop said. She says this because she believes as a middle-class white woman,...

Columnist: I’m More Afraid Of Legal Gun Owners Than Gun-Wielding Criminals A Baltimore Sun columnist wrote in a Thursday op-ed that citizens who legally own firearms are more frightening than the criminals who use the weapons on the rough...

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on January 18, 2016 in Right Edition Videos

Troubled Chicago – Shot Show is On

Rahm Emanuel Facing Crisis on All Fronts in Chicago Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel enters his second term with a growing list of crises – from police brutality, failing schools and gang violence to grim finances – and doubts from critics and allies that he’ll find the solutions. “His entire legacy is resting now on making real reform happen,” David Axelrod, who served with Emanuel when both worked for the Obama administration, tells the Washington Post. The newspaper reports, however, since city officials last month released a video of a white police officer shooting a black teen 16 times, public...

Rahm Emanuel Facing Crisis on All Fronts in Chicago Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel enters his second term with a growing list of crises – from police brutality, failing schools and gang violence to grim finances – and doubts from...

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on January 15, 2016 in Right Edition Videos

Trump For President – Hillary should Disarm Bodyguards

Donald Trump Widens His Lead in Republican Presidential Race Donald Trump has opened a double-digit lead over his next-closest Republican rival, less than three weeks before the first votes of the 2016 presidential race are cast, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll finds. A third of people who said they would vote in a Republican primary in the nationwide survey said they favored Mr. Trump to be the GOP nominee, followed by Texas Sen. Ted Cruz at 20% support, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio at 13% and retired pediatric neurosurgeon Ben Carson at 12%. In December, Mr. Trump had...

Donald Trump Widens His Lead in Republican Presidential Race Donald Trump has opened a double-digit lead over his next-closest Republican rival, less than three weeks before the first votes of the 2016 presidential race are cast, a new Wall...

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on January 13, 2016 in Right Edition Videos

De-fund Sen. McAuliffe’s Security – Reps & Dems Fear Trump

Va. senator calls to defund Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s security detail over anti-gun policies A Virginia state senator wants to defund Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s armed security detail after he banned guns on government grounds and ended concealed weapons reciprocity agreements with 25 states. “I’m only asking for equal protection here, basically,” Sen. Charles William “Bill” Carrico, a Republican, told CNS News. “The governor talks about equal protection under the law, and that’s what I’m asking for. He said he plans to propose a budget amendment during the January session to defund the governor’s protective detail, which is made up of...

Va. senator calls to defund Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s security detail over anti-gun policies A Virginia state senator wants to defund Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s armed security detail after he banned guns on government grounds and ended concealed weapons reciprocity agreements...

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on May 24, 2015 in Video of the Day Videos

4 Politicians

Brian takes just 20 seconds to describe 4 politicians named Everybody, Somebody, Anybody and Nobody!

Brian takes just 20 seconds to describe 4 politicians named Everybody, Somebody, Anybody and Nobody!

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