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Police ordered to prep for riots in case Trump fires Mueller

Pittsburgh police have been instructed to keep their riot gear handy in the event that President Trump fires Special Counsel Robert Mueller and triggers protests. Detectives in the city received emails warning them to be prepared for “potential large scale protest” in Pittsburgh, according to WTAE reporter Marcie Cipriani. Cipriani posted the following email from […] …

Prof on Barbara Bush: ‘I’m happy the witch is dead’

An English teacher at Fresno State University, on leave during the spring semester, has set off a firestorm of reaction by gloating over the death of former First Lady Barbara Bush. “I’m happy the witch is dead,” Randa Jarrar said on social media. “Can’t wait for the rest of the her family to fall to their […] …

GOP policies killing women? Ridiculous, says research

The vice chairman of the Democratic National Committee, Keith Ellison, claimed in a vitriolic speech this week that “Women are dying because we are losing elections!” He screamed his opinion at a meeting of the Progressive Change Campaign Committee as part of an attack on the GOP. “We don’t have the right to lose a […] …

U.S. general on Trump’s Syria strike: ‘That was outstanding’

Retired U.S. Air Force Gen. Tom McInerney is applauding the Trump administration for building a coalition to strike Syria and carrying out a successful attack, but he says solving the long-term challenges there requires collaboration with Russia, and that cannot happen so long as Special Counsel Robert Mueller continues his probe. On Friday night (early […] …

Dislike of Mueller grows as more people learn about him

The job, responsibilities and duties of a special counsel appointed by the FBI likely weren’t at the top of the conversation list for many Americans when Robert Mueller was handed the job of looking into claims of “collusion” with the Russians by the Trump campaign. So not many people had a strong opinion. Now we […] …

Family Research Council put in crosshairs

The Family Research Council has been in the crosshairs of the culture-change advocates who insist on promoting homosexuality, transgenderism and such in the past. Literally, the crosshairs. Or at least gun sights. It happened a few years ago when a homosexual activist, Floyd Corkins, got information from the Southern Poverty Law Center about those groups […] …

Illegal hits motorcyclist, accelerates and crushes man to death

An illegal immigrant from Guatemala – who has prior felony convictions for driving under the influence and possession of a controlled substance – is accused of hitting a motorcyclist in Omaha, Nebraska, with his vehicle, accelerating over him and then crushing the man to death as he fled the scene. Luis Velasquez-Ortiz, 42, was charged on April […] …

It’s judge in Cohen case who’s grabbing headlines

  The judge who’s hearing the Michael Cohen case in New York undoubtedly will be in the middle of arguments over payments for sex, confidentiality, what records may be the president’s private papers, a stripper who is demanding to be released from a nondisclosure agreement over sex, and much more. But somehow, it’s Judge Kimba […] …

Stormy’s sketch of ‘Trump harasser’ looks like … Tom Brady?

Porn star Stormy Daniels has released a sketch of the man she claims threatened her to stay quiet about her alleged relationship with President Trump – and the man bears a striking resemblance to New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. Of course, there’s no real indication Brady is the man in the sketch, but social-media users […] …