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The mayor of Uvalde, Texas, fired back at critics on Wednesday who condemned his reaction to Democrat Beto O’Rourke interrupting a press conference about the Ross Elementary School massacre. What is the background? As Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) was finishing a press conference about the massacre, O’Rourke, who was sitting in the audience, interrupted
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Former President Barack Obama was buried under a tsunami of backlash Wednesday for passing over the Uvalde school massacre to honor George Floyd. What did Obama say? The second anniversary of Floyd’s death came one day after a teenage gunman opened fire inside an elementary school in south Texas, killing 19 schoolchildren and two teachers.
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A Twitter shareholder reportedly blasted radical woke ideology as a “mind virus” during the company’s annual shareholder meeting Wednesday, echoing a sentiment previously expressed by hopeful owner billionaire Elon Musk. Can Twitter be radically reformed by a change in the company’s diversity, equity and inclusion policies?  “Twitter on Wednesday held what could be its last
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Mattel has released a Barbie Tribute Collection doll based on transgender actor Laverne Cox, a biological male who identifies as a woman. According to Cox’s biography on Twitter, Cox is a “Four time Emmy Nominated Actress and Emmy winning producer.” “What excites me most about her being out in the world is that trans young
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If MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace implied Buffalo’s deranged mass murderer could be tied to the Republicans and Jan. 6, would you believe her? In this clip, as Mark points out, poisonous smear merchants Wallace and fellow propagandist Donny Deutsch spewed garbage. And as Deutsch advocates Democrats tar all conservatives as white nationalists, Mark exposes both Wallace
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Several years ago, Jeff Sanders wrote a series of articles for PJ Media advising how to protect yourself and your children from active shooters. In the wake of the unspeakable tragedy in Uvalde, Texas, it seemed like a good time to resurrect some of those articles so that concerned parents have resources at their disposal.
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Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) blocked a school safety bill introduced by Republicans but supported by members of both parties hours after chastising the GOP for allegedly doing nothing to prevent gun violence in schools. Following Tuesday’s deadly school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, where 19 children and two adults were horrifically murdered by a
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The Pope called for more gun control in the United States after the horrific mass shooting at an elementary school in Texas, and a Cardinal in Chicago agreed. Pope Francis spoke about the shooting from St. Peter’s Square at the Vatican during his weekly general audience. “I am praying for the children and adults who
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In the aftermath of a horrific school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, on Tuesday that left 19 elementary-aged students and three adults dead, some — including a father who lost his teenage daughter in a separate school shooting — are calling on the government to ramp up school security. Andrew Pollack, whose daughter Meadow died during
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The trial of Hillary Clinton and DNC lawyer Michael Sussmann is winding down in a Washington, D.C. courtroom. Sussmann is accused of lying to the FBI when he brought Hillary Clinton’s bought-and-paid-for fake news about Donald Trump secretly communicating with the Kremlin to the FBI, CIA, and the news media. He is accused of lying
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CNN national security analyst Juliette Kayyem suggested Tuesday that President Joe Biden halt immigration enforcement in the region of Texas where the latest school massacre took place. Wait, what? Kayyem, who served as assistant secretary of Homeland Security in the Obama administration, pointed to the large Hispanic population in and near Uvalde, Texas, as reason
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ABC chief White House correspondent Cecilia Vega was not happy with Republicans on Wednesday’s Good Morning America in the aftermath of Tuesday’s mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, as she asked “when will enough actually be enough? Is it 19 dead kids this time? Is that enough?”  Vega began by noting that President Biden “was extremely angry” in his
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A very strange and perhaps even frightening thing happened on “The View” recently as Sunny Hostin and co-hosts discussed NPR’s new employee “snitch hotline”: Joy Behar and Ana Navarro actually made sense. On “The Rubin Report” Tuesday, BlazeTV host Dave Rubin shared a clip of “The View’s” co-hosts reacting to an NPR memo informing staff
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As their coverage of the tragic shooting in a Uvalde, Texas elementary school progressed into the night Tuesday, things on CNN got downright ghoulish and disgusting as paid analysts and guests were allowed to take things to dark and terrible places. Between former Homeland Security official Juliette Kayyem showing a bizarre satisfaction in talking about
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An expert with the World Health Organization said that the spread of the monkey pox will likely be contained in countries outside of Africa and warned that the threat was being exaggerated. Health experts across the world are monitoring cases with flu-like symptoms that may come as a result of the monkey pox infection, which
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