CNN is seeking exponentially high prices for ad packages in next week's Democratic debates, a sign of the broad viewership these events lure

Yes, comedy is the universal unifier of television audiences...

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(New York City) Project Veritas has published an on-the-record interview with an insider who works at Google named Greg Coppola

Another brave Googler puts his career on the line to speak honestly about what everyone already knows, but still lies to Congress about.

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Had to comment, because YouTube shoved this crap in my face after I watched a Jordan Peterson video, and it riled me up. Their bottom line is that African countries are poor, because it's more difficult to survive in a tropical climate (huh?) and because...tse tse flies. Right.

They never mention the single most important factor separating poor & rich countries: IQ. But they do mention religiosity, and even go so far as to describe the US as "an anomaly" for being so religious and yet so prosperous. They never mention that there's a big difference between the moral/religious underpinnings of wealthy countries and those of poor countries. When your religion is all about killing non-followers, rather than forgiving and loving your enemies, it actually has an impact on your success as a society. Go figure.

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Monday introduced a bill to raise the federal age for purchasing tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, to 21, increasing the chances that Congress will clear a significant smoking-related bill for the first time since a major tobacco control law was enacted a decade ago. The bill comes amid growing concerns …

REALLY? Really, Mitch? We've got all these major, serious issues in our country, and this is what you're wasting time on? Controlling whether grown adults can frickin light up a butt? Or even a vape?

I don't smoke. I don't know anyone who smokes, and I don't like to be around cigarette smoke, but for God's sake, an 18 year old person is old enough to decide if that's what he wants to do!!! Quit playing Mommy, and start sealing up the border!

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It's that time of year for TIME magazine to issue its 100 "Most Influential" issue. The strangest selection may be Christine Blasey Ford, who made unproven allegations of teenage sexual assault by Brett Kavanaugh. If she's one of the world's "most influential" figures, how was Kavanaugh confirmed for the Supreme Court? Apparently, this is the annual Wishful Thinking issue. 

Oh. Em. Gee. It's Blasey-Ford again. Every time I hear this twit's name, my blood boils. Not only did she try to ruin an innocent man's life for political gain, but she also did irreparable harm to the millions of actual sexual assault victims out there. And yet, or should I say, because of that, the Left just showers her with accolades. Pardon me while I puke.

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A stay-at-home dad in Kansas reveals how the lines have blurred between viral trolling and the business of politics.

"It’s a perfectly unbelievable and dispiriting artifact of our fractured and chaotic political media ecosystem, where politicking is conducted through viral memes and retweets." So says highly educated, super elitist writer. Normal people just say, "Ha! That's funny!"

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Lori Lightfoot was elected Mayor of Chicago — and while bankruptcy and violence plague her city, her agenda appears to be focused on stomping out "hate."

In the city that just elected a black, gay woman as Mayor and has to fake hate crimes, because real ones are so rare, the #1 priority is fighting hate? Where does the murder-a-day issue fall?


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In the city that just elected a triple-minority as Mayor and has to fake hate crimes, because real ones are so rare, the #1 priority is fighting hate? Where does the murder-a-day issue fall?

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The Eleventh Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals has ruled that Georgia’s state colleges and universities can’t be forced to admit illegal immigrants as students.

11th Circuit confirms DACA recipients are NOT lawfully present in the US and are NOT entitled to equal protection under the law. Also reminds us that post-secondary Ed is NOT a fundamental American right (sorry, Bernie/AOC).

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Rahm Emanuel reacted to Cook County prosecutors’ decision to drop all charges against the “Empire” actor accused of staging an attack on himself.

“I don’t see Jussie Smollett as a threat to public safety.” Apparently, this standard only applies to people with rich Democrat friends, not Paul Manafort, George PapaD, or God forbid, Roger Stone. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/26/arts/television/jussie-smollett-charges-dropped.html

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So it shows white people with their heads chopped in half. Nice. And that's supposed to sell shoes to whom?

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