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  • Young Pro-Life Activist Dismantles Major Abortion Argument in Matter of Minutes

    A young pro-life activist completely destroyed the major abortion arguments during a hearing on Rhode Island’s late-term abortion bill.

    Following the left’s recent trend toward infanticide, Democrats in Rhode Island are preparing to pass Senate Bill 152, a horrifying bill which would legalize abortion up to moments before the baby’s birth.

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    And as Matthew Thomas Foster pointed out at last week’s hearing, the Rhode Island bill is eerily similar to the equally horrifying bill passed in New York and bills proposed in Vermont and New Mexico.

    “I found it to be uncanny parallel political thinking when three states can introduce a very similar bill within the span of two months directly after a midterm election,” he said, according to

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    Foster also slammed Rhode Island Democrats for keeping quiet about the bill while they were running for office in the midterm election.

    “I followed the midterms pretty thoroughly and I didn’t see a single person talk about this bill in the midterms. This bill was not ran on,” he said.

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    He also went after one of the left’s favorite talking points when it comes to abortion — the idea that men need to “shut up” about their opinions on abortion.

    “Men are told that we can’t talk. That when the children are dying, that when we see these things happening, we have to sit down and be quiet,” Foster said.

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    He explained that people always question why nobody spoke up when tragedies in history happened, and people will look back at the barbaric practice of abortion in the same way.

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    “Yet, we have the same gumption to look back into civilizations that commit...

    I attended the March for Life last week but saw nothing of the episode that seems to have come to define it in the public mind: the alleged altercation between the students from Covington Catholic High School and a Native American war veteran. Those who heard only the first draft of the story—concocted on the basis of a slickly edited video on Twitter—are left with the impression that the students wearing MAGA caps assailed this sexagenarian hero and subjected him to abuse. Those few who viewed the full video know that something close to the opposite occurred. Most of the media outlets who ran with the initial version appear to have been too busy to catch up with the correction, so the Twitter mob that sought to destroy those boys and all belonging to them—and forced an apology from the boys’ teachers and diocese before the truth emerged—got to decide the tone and meaning of the March for Life in the minds of most of those who took in anything at all about it.

    The problem indicates an absence of adulthood: Nobody is capable of summoning up the courage and authority to clap his hands and shout “Stop!” as evils are perpetrated in plain sight. Of course, the episode also confirms something we ought to have absorbed years ago: that Twitter is a vile, decivilizing instrument. In the not too distant future, should there be any sane and sentient adults capable of sifting through the ashes of the one-time Christian West, they will almost certainly conclude that it was Twitter, the generator of vile and hateful mobs, wot dunnit. Yet we watch with no more than a shrug as each new low finds its place at the bottom.

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    Coming from Ireland (where abortion was declared legal just days beforehand, following last year’s...
  • Women’s March organizer accused of covering up sex abuse

    Controversial Muslim activist and Women’s March organizer Linda Sarsour bullied an underling to cover up sex-abuse allegations in her Brooklyn office, a report said.

    Asmi Fathelbab told blog The Daily Caller that a man repeatedly rubbed his crotch on her while she worked for the association under Sarsour in 2009.

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    But when Fathelbab reported the abuse, Sarsour — a self-proclaimed feminist and co-founder of the Women’s March organization — fat-shamed the woman and threatened blacklist her from political jobs, the woman told the webiste.

    “She oversaw an environment unsafe and abusive to women,” said Fathelbab. “Women who put [Sarsour] on a pedestal for women’s rights and empowerment deserve to know how she really treats us.”

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    The Daily Caller reportedly spoke on condition of anonymity with another association employee and a political operative that worked alongside the organization, and both corroborated Fathelbab’s account of the abuse and Sarsour’s intimidation.

    Fathelbab took a contract gig with the association in 2009 and claims she was repeatedly accosted by a man who lived in the same Bay Ridge building as the group’s office.

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    “He would pin me against the wall and rub his crotch on me,” she...

    Washington State Representative Matt Shea met with Shari Dovale of Redoubt News and dropped a bombshell concerning the sealed hearings that are currently taking place in the Bundy Ranch trials, informing Americans about the “unethical and potentially illegal behavior” of the Bureau of Land Management when it came to dealing with the Bundy family.

    Shea began by putting forth a type of disclaimer, presumably in the event that he would end up dead or “suicided.”

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    He then spoke about a letter he received concerning a BLM whistleblower named Larry Wooten, who was the lead investigator for the BLM’s investigation into the impound operation in April of 2014 at the Bundy Ranch.

    Wooten pointed out numerous unethical and potentially illegal actions by Special Agent in Charge Daniel P. Love.

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    Love, as you may recall, was forced out of his job after a second Inspector General investigation found him to be engaged in misconduct, and I might add, criminal behavior. Love has had two reports of misconduct that we have discovered since the trials began and both of those were uncovered by the defense during the trials.

    In his letter, Wooten wrote, “…the investigation revealed a widespread pattern of bad judgment, lack of discipline, incredible bias, unprofessionalism and misconduct, as well as likely policy, ethical, and legal violations among senior and supervisory staff at the BLM’s Office of Law Enforcement and Security.

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    According to Wooten, “The issues I uncovered in my opinion, also likely put our agency and specific law enforcement supervisors in potential legal, civil, and administrative jeopardy.”

    He then added:

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    “When I discovered these issues, I promptly reported them to my supervisor (a BLM Assistant Special Agent-in-Charge, but also my subordinate co-case agent. Often, I realized that my supervisor was already aware of the issues, participated in, or instigated the misconduct himself, was present when the issues were...
  • Archaeological Discovery Is Nightmare for Devout Muslims

    There has been a lot of talk about Jerusalem in recent days, following President Donald Trump’s recognition of the city as the true capital of Israel. This decision has reignited the debate over which major religious faith lays a true claim to the ancient city — Jews, Christians or Muslims.

    Obviously those of the Judaic faith hold the longest claim to the city, followed by Christians and then Muslims. Nonetheless, many modern-day Muslims lay claim to the entirety of the city and deny any Jewish or Christian ties to the important holy sites in the area, or their own Islamic faith for that matter.

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    Robert Spencer of Jihad Watch has argued that the Islamic faith did not arise entirely on its own as a separate entity, but instead began as a sort of amalgamation of the various religions prominent in the Middle East in the 7th and 8th centuries — namely Judaism and Christianity — only assembling their own distinct doctrine later.

    A recent archaeological find in Israel may lend some credence to that theory, or at least point to the fact that Muslims and Jews weren’t always the bitter enemies they would seem to be today.

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    The Jerusalem Post reported on the discovery during an archaeological dig of ancient Islamic coins dated back some 1,300 years, shortly after the dawn of the Islamic faith during the Umayyad dynasty. The coins prominently feature a rather Judaic symbol — the menorah.

    “The Jewish symbol which the Muslims were using was the menorah (the gold seven-branch candelabra from the Temple), which appeared on several coins and other early Islamic artifacts,” explained archaeologist Assaf Avraham of Bar-Ilan University, who teamed up with Peretz Reuven of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.

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    “The menorah coins bear the Shahada Arabic inscription on one side: ‘There is no god but Allah,’ while the...
  • Incredible moment a pike tries to devour a giant BIRD by yanking it underwater

    While you might think that a fish would stand no chance against a bird, a new video has seen the tables turn.

    The nail-biting footage shows a pike grabbing a grebe and slowly yanking it underwater in a river in Zegveld, the Netherlands.

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    Onlookers intervened in the battle by throwing a stick at the fish, which many have criticised as disrupting the course of nature.

    The video was filmed in a river in Zegveld and has had over 300,000 views on YouTube.

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    In the video, a huge pike can be seen holding a grebe in its mouth, while the bird struggles to pull itself away.

    This tug-of-war continues for around 30 seconds, before the pike yanks the bird underwater.

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    The squabbling pair re-emerge at the surface, and the bird can be seen trying to bite the fish to urge it to let go.

    At this point, an onlooker decides to intervene by throwing a stick at...
  • Buckle up: Mike Huckabee went after Chelsea Handler for calling his daughter a “harlot”

    Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee was quick to defend his daughter, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, after Chelsea Handler called her a “harlot,” along with a slew of other words.

    Handler called the White House press secretary a “harlot” that the administration is “trolloping out every day” on her Netflix show. Handler criticized her makeup, her cleavage, and her “summer whore lipstick,” calling her a “trollop.”

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    On Wednesday morning, Huckabee accused Handler of jealousy while standing up for his daughter on “FOX & Friends.”

    [Handler] boasts about the two abortions she had at 16. I think in many ways, she’s jealous of my daughter. My daughter has a husband who loves her and is wonderful to her. My daughter has three delightful children. She’s a happy, balanced person; she enjoys life, she’s a pretty straight-laced person, goes to church, and lives a life Chelsea Handler has never known. And I really think that there’s something deep inside of Chelsea Handler that says, “Gee, I’ve missed out on a lot. I could be raising children, but I aborted them.”


    He also called her comments...
  • When Is a Terrorist Not a Terrorist?

    Words matter, as we have all come to learn. Words like “racism” and “fascism” are constantly misused, rendering their true meanings all but worthless. Falling victim to this modern tendency to play fast and loose with original definitions are the words “terrorism” and “terrorist.”

    Sadly, it has become almost standard practice to use these terms as a reflection of one’s political views. Whether or not some individual or group is labeled terrorist now depends, almost entirely, on one’s feelings towards the perpetrators of an act of violence.

    Several recent events in the United States have been described as terrorism by one or other side of the political scale. In reality, all but one of those horrific crimes was falsely defined. To cut through the fog of weaponized semantics, we must understand the very purpose of terrorism and recognize the distinction between it and crimes committed for other reasons.


    These particular labels – terrorist and terrorism – demand very specific conditions to be accurate descriptors, and they have everything to do with motive. The nature of the act itself – regardless of how many victims it claims – is almost irrelevant. Indeed, no-one even has to die for an attack to be correctly defined as terrorism. Antifa has yet to be found responsible for a single death, yet it is a terrorist organization. Using violence, intimidation, obstruction of free speech, and destruction of property, it aims to force political change upon a largely unsupportive nation.

    Although government entities and various private institutions have formulated differing definitions of these terms, there is one common thread that separates acts of terrorism from all other violence. The motive must be to terrorize or coerce a population or one distinct, targeted section of the populace into affecting political change.

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