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on July 19, 2017 in World News

Conservatives target Congress, not Trump, after healthcare collapse

By Jordan Fabian and Jonathan Easley Conservatives are lashing out at the Republican-controlled Congress over the lack of progress on President Trump’s agenda. One by one, conservative groups lined up to blame Congress — not the president — for the collapse of Senate Republicans’ effort to repeal and replace ObamaCare. ADVERTISEMENT “It’s shocking the amount of pushback he’s getting from his own party,” said Carl Higbie, a former spokesman for the pro-Trump Great America PAC. “It’s time to primary some of these longstanding congressional leaders that can’t get the job done.”  Conservative talk radio host Hugh Hewitt trained his ire...

By Jordan Fabian and Jonathan Easley Conservatives are lashing out at the Republican-controlled Congress over the lack of progress on President Trump’s agenda. One by one, conservative groups lined up to blame Congress — not the president — for...

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on July 18, 2017 in World News

Anti-Trump Group Founder: Democrats Who Don’t Talk About ‘Impeachment Constantly’ Should Leave the Party

BY: David Rutz Follow @DavidRutz The founder of an anti-President Donald Trump group told the Associated Press that Democrats “need to be talking about impeachment constantly” and added that elected party members who do not do so should leave. “We need to be talking about impeachment constantly,” said Scott Dworkin, co-founder of the recently formed Democratic Coalition Against Trump. He added on Twitter on July 9 that, “If you’re an elected Dem & you’re not talking impeachment or 25th amendment then find a new party.” A spokesman for the Democratic Coalition Against Trump told the Washington Free Beacon that the...

BY: David Rutz Follow @DavidRutz The founder of an anti-President Donald Trump group told the Associated Press that Democrats “need to be talking about impeachment constantly” and added that elected party members who do not do so should leave....

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on July 18, 2017 in World News

LIARS: ‘Moderate’ Republicans Reject Obamacare Repeal Outright — After Voting For It When Obama Was President

ByBen Shapiro @benshapiro Just hours after Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) announced that he would attempt to bring a plain repeal of Obamacare to the floor of the Senate, the so-called “moderates” in the Senate moved to kill such a move. Senator Rob Portman (R-OH), who voted for repeal in 2015, said, “If it is a bill that simply repeals, I believe that will add to more uncertainty.” GOP Sen. Rob Portman: “If it is a bill that simply repeals, I believe that will add to more uncertainty” and higher premiums. (via @kasie) pic.twitter.com/BKVuIaTGxW — Bradd Jaffy (@BraddJaffy)...

ByBen Shapiro @benshapiro Just hours after Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) announced that he would attempt to bring a plain repeal of Obamacare to the floor of the Senate, the so-called “moderates” in the Senate moved to kill...

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on July 18, 2017 in World News

BUSTED! Flight Attendant Group Reveals Ann Coulter Was ‘Targeted On Purpose’ In Seat Fiasco

by Joshua Caplan Conservative icon Ann Coulter isn’t letting up in her battle against Delta after the airline gave away her pre-booked seat to another passenger. Coulter, who is 6-feet-tall paid an extra $30 for a seat with more leg room, but was removed from her seat. TGP previously reported, conservative powerhouse, Ann Coulter unleashed hell on Delta airlines on Saturday after they removed her from her pre-booked seat and gave it to another woman. Coulter pointed out that the woman who took her seat was not elderly, sick or a child. Was this politically motivated?Coulter said she asked...

by Joshua Caplan Conservative icon Ann Coulter isn’t letting up in her battle against Delta after the airline gave away her pre-booked seat to another passenger. Coulter, who is 6-feet-tall paid an extra $30 for a seat with more...

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on July 18, 2017 in World News

POLL: GOP Governors Overwhelmingly Popular — Even in Radical Blue States

by Jim Hoft Republican governors are overwhelmingly popular everywhere – even in Democrats’ own backyard Daily Kos map  71, 68, 62 Those are the approval ratings of Republican governors Charlie Baker in Massachusetts, Larry Hogan in Maryland and Phil Scott in Vermont – three of the bluest states in the country. While the Democrat Party is becoming more and more confined to the coasts, Republican governors are overwhelmingly popular everywhere – even in Democrats’ own backyard. Recent polling shows the 11 most popular governors are Republican, with four of them being states that are more reliably blue than they...

by Jim Hoft Republican governors are overwhelmingly popular everywhere – even in Democrats’ own backyard Daily Kos map  71, 68, 62 Those are the approval ratings of Republican governors Charlie Baker in Massachusetts, Larry Hogan in Maryland and Phil...

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on July 18, 2017 in World News

Suspect Enters Church and Demands Money; Gets Bullet Instead

by AWR Hawkins Police in Dothan, Alabama, say a suspect entered a church Sunday night and demanded money–but received a bullet “in the upper torso” instead. The suspect was pronounced dead early Monday morning. According to the Dothan Eagle, Dothan Police Chief Steve Parrish described a scene where “two church employees” were in Crossroads Baptist Church at the time the suspect, Steffon Parreese Valentez Tolver, approached. A third church employee “had left the premises to run an errand, and arrived back after [Tolver] had entered into the church.” Parrish says Tolver allegedly entered through the back door of the...

by AWR Hawkins Police in Dothan, Alabama, say a suspect entered a church Sunday night and demanded money–but received a bullet “in the upper torso” instead. The suspect was pronounced dead early Monday morning. According to the Dothan Eagle,...

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on July 18, 2017 in World News

Kip Eideberg: American Manufacturers Need U.S. Infrastructure Advantage We Let Crumble

by Dan Riehl Kip Eideberg, vice president of public affairs and advocacy for the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), spoke with Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Tuesday regarding “Made in America Week” at the White House, improving America’s infrastructure, and AEM’s “I Make America” project. While discussing a potential infrastructure bill, Eideberg said, “We used to have an infrastructure advantage in this country. We used to have the best infrastructure in the world, which gave companies that make things in America a great advantage over other economies, and we’ve let that infrastructure advantage crumble.” He said that...

by Dan Riehl Kip Eideberg, vice president of public affairs and advocacy for the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), spoke with Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Tuesday regarding “Made in America Week” at the White House, improving...

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on July 18, 2017 in World News

Child sexual abuse victims denied compensation ‘because they consented’

by Olivia Rudgard, Social Affairs Correspondent Child victims of sexual abuse are being denied compensation because a Government agency rules that they “consented” to their abuse, a group of charities has warned. Charities including Barnardo’s, Victim Support and Rape Crisis say that children as young as 12 are being denied compensation because of evidence that they went along with their abuse. Children aged under 16 cannot consent to sexual activity under the law, unless they are aged over 13 and the defendant reasonably believed they were over 16. The Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority, which gives out compensation of up...

by Olivia Rudgard, Social Affairs Correspondent Child victims of sexual abuse are being denied compensation because a Government agency rules that they “consented” to their abuse, a group of charities has warned. Charities including Barnardo’s, Victim Support and Rape...

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on July 18, 2017 in World News

Return of Pentagon Mercenaries Worries US Active Duty Military

by Wayne MADSEN During the time that U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis and National Security Adviser H. R. McMaster are reviewing the U.S. military policy in Afghanistan, The New York Times ran a story on July 10, 2017 that exposed a threat that will upend U.S. defense strategy and return it to a bitter past. The Times story was centered around the following paragraph: «Erik D. Prince, a founder of the private security firm Blackwater Worldwide, and Stephen A. Feinberg, a billionaire financier who owns the giant military contractor DynCorp International, have developed proposals to rely on contractors instead of American troops in...

by Wayne MADSEN During the time that U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis and National Security Adviser H. R. McMaster are reviewing the U.S. military policy in Afghanistan, The New York Times ran a story on July 10, 2017 that exposed a...

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on July 18, 2017 in World News

Germany: Syrian Hairdresser Hailed As ‘Model of Integration’ Slits His Female Employer’s Throat

Chris Menahan InformationLiberation Mohammad Hussain Rashwani was hailed in the media as the “paramount example of successful integration” after he got a job as a hairdresser at a salon in Herzberg, Germany in late 2015. After a little over a year on the job, he decided to slit his female employer’s throat. From Lausitzer Rundschau as translated by Gates of Vienna: “For me there weren’t any signs that I could see” Herzberg’s hairdresser speaks about the knife attack by her Syrian employee Herzberg’s master hairdresser talks about what is motivating her these days since the attack by her Syrian...

Chris Menahan InformationLiberation Mohammad Hussain Rashwani was hailed in the media as the “paramount example of successful integration” after he got a job as a hairdresser at a salon in Herzberg, Germany in late 2015. After a little over...

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