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PragerU: Google Censors Us
Because We’re Effective

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Posted By: M2, 9/7/2019 11:39:57 AM

PragerU Chief Marketing Officer Craig Strazzeri spoke to Breitbart News on Friday, where he talked about PragerU’s struggles with Big Tech censorship, and the indoctrination by the left on college campuses, which has weakened young people’s belief in free speech. Strazzeri joined host Alex Marlow in a Friday interview on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily. PragerU Chief Marketing Officer Craig Strazzeri described the organization’s trouble with the Google-owned YouTube video platform to Marlow. “We have a ten-part series on the ten commandments,” said Strazzeri, “and five of those videos are placed in restricted mode, which primarily affects young

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Klobuchar: Trump treats foreign policy
'like some kind of game show'
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Posted by M2 9/8/2019 11:06:12 AM Post Reply
Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.), a 2020 presidential contender, hit President Trump over his announcement he had canceled a secret meeting with Taliban and Afghanistan leaders at Camp David. "It is another example of the president treating foreign policy like some kind of game show. It's not a game show, these are terrorists," Klobuchar said Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union." Trump announced Saturday on Twitter that he had canceled a meeting with the organization that that had secretly been planned to take place at Camp David ahead of the 18th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Congress faces sprint to avoid
another shutdown
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Posted by M2 9/8/2019 11:02:54 AM Post Reply
Congress is bracing for a three-week sprint to avoid the second government shutdown of the year. Lawmakers are returning to Washington on Monday, where they’ll have 16 working days to reach a deal to fund the government by Oct. 1, or pass a spending patch to kick the fight closer to the holidays. But the House and Senate are coming back to town with plans to move forward on different tracks. House Democrats are focused on passing a continuing resolution (CR), while Senate Republicans are set to make a late start at moving fiscal 2020 bills. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) outlined his plan in a “Dear Colleague”
Alzheimer’s and cancer funds diverted
to care for illegal immigrants: Malkin book
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Posted by M2 9/8/2019 10:59:12 AM Post Reply
Even after spending billions of dollars this year, the federal government is running out of money to care for thousands of illegal immigrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border, forcing the diversion of funds for Head Start and Alzheimer’s and cancer research, according to a new book from Michelle Malkin. In Open Borders Inc.: Who's Funding America's Destruction? the conservative columnist and best-selling author said that the Department of Health and Human Services has spent $2.1 billion to care for illegal immigrant families this year, just part of overall U.S. spending on the migrant crisis. That includes $1.3 billion for “illegal alien resettlement and child welfare operations.”
Mark Sanford announces GOP
presidential bid: ‘We have lost our way’
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Posted by M2 9/8/2019 10:57:21 AM Post Reply
Former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford on Sunday announced he will challenge Donald Trump for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination in 2020, becoming the third member of his party to do so. Sanford, in an interview on “Fox News Sunday,” said he believes the GOP needs to have a conversation about what it means to be a Republican, adding: “We have lost our way.” The former governor, who was also a congressman from 1995 to 2001 and 2013 to 2019, highlighted in particular a need to discuss the country’s ballooning debt and deficits, as well as Trump’s turn toward trade protectionism. “One of the hallmarks of the Republican
The Political Consultants
Assisted Suicide Center
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Posted by M2 9/8/2019 8:16:28 AM Post Reply
My neighbor, E.Z. Ryder, fancies himself a farsighted entrepreneur and is always full of imaginative ideas. He was sitting on his front porch shuffling through a stack of blueprints as I pulled into my driveway. He waved and motioned me to join him, so I walked over. “See these plans? This is my best idea ever -- an assisted suicide center for political consultants.” “What? Why?” “I got this idea during the last presidential campaign, and this article in the Atlantic confirmed it,” Ryder said. “Political consultants burn through billions of dollars and have no idea what they’re doing except to enrich themselves.
Lies the Left Tells About Guns 3 replies
Posted by M2 9/8/2019 8:14:42 AM Post Reply
Congress reconvenes this week after a summer fraught with multiple mass shootings. Reportedly, legislation implementing tighter gun control is on the table, with rumored support by some in the White House. The rhetoric surrounding guns continues to escalate. Here’s the thing about guns. The Constitution—that handy little document—guarantees our rights to them, and that guarantee is a profound reflection of the nature and character of our freedoms. As Ben Domenech of The Federalist wrote recently, “the right to bear arms is not about hunting.” Rather: It is a natural right of the deepest significance to the relationship between the citizen and the state. It is in the Constitution
Anti-conservative bias?
Trump's got an app for that
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Posted by M2 9/8/2019 7:09:09 AM Post Reply
Sometimes Twitter isn’t enough. After spending years alleging anti-conservative bias on social media, President Donald Trump will soon have another way to get his message out how he wants. Trump’s reelection campaign plans to launch a new smartphone app this fall to encourage supporters to donate, volunteer and reel in like-minded voters — all while providing the president more unfiltered access to his followers. Supporters who download the all-in-one app are expected to be able to sign up for a Make America Great Again rally, canvas a neighborhood or call voters, maybe even register to vote as the campaign looks to turn passive supporters into activists
Trump’s plan to stem border
crossings gets results
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Posted by M2 9/8/2019 7:06:06 AM Post Reply
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter President Donald Trump’s plan to force Mexico to stem the flow of migrants across the southwest border of the U.S. appears to be working. Border arrests, a metric for illegal crossings, plummeted to 51,000 in August, according to preliminary government figures obtained by POLITICO Wednesday, down more than 60 percent since a peak in May. And border watchers say it’s largely because of an agreement Trump struck with Mexico in June. Mexican authorities, backed by the newly formed National Guard, are now cracking down on migrants traversing Mexico’s southern border with Guatemala, monitoring river crossings and stopping buses carrying migrants from Central America through Mexico.
Dems eye payback against
Trump’s immigration tactics
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Posted by M2 9/8/2019 7:04:34 AM Post Reply
Democrats say they’re no longer willing to throw cash to President Donald Trump for his border demands. But they still can’t escape making a deal with Trump — a scenario that could divide the caucus over exactly how far to take their fight against the president. Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) are preparing to rebuff Trump’s requests for additional wall money this month as payback for Trump’s summer of hard-line immigration moves — a position that’s in contrast to the billions of dollars that Democrats have handed over for border fencing and security since the start of Trump’s term, according to
iPhone 11: Battery life, smaller phones,
privacy notifications are what
you're looking for
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Posted by M2 9/8/2019 7:01:42 AM Post Reply
Smaller form factor. Better battery life. And more secure privacy controls. Those are some of the highlights of your responses to our question – what new features do you want to see in the next iPhone? Apple will unveil its 2019-2020 lineup Tuesday at a press event at its campus in Cupertino, with models that aren't expected to be radically designed. Here's what some iPhone customers would love to see: —"Longer battery life, smaller models (it used to fit in my pocket – those days long over), less expensive models, more easily accessed privacy widget so you can switch off all microphone and camera access on
Kevin Hassett Says Trump’s
Trade War Is Worth the Cost
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Posted by M2 9/8/2019 6:58:50 AM Post Reply
For an official in the Trump administration, Kevin Hassett had a long tenure: A well-known GOP economist and former scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, he spent roughly two years as the chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, or CEA, which counsels the West Wing. Hassett is a free-trade devotee, but one who managed to stay on President Donald Trump’s good side, even as he escalated his trade war with China and tore up trade agreements. When Hassett announced his departure in June, Trump tweeted that he was a “true friend.” In many ways, it was an auspicious time to leave. Since Hassett’s departure, things have been bumpy
Sarsour Campaigns for Sanders:
Proud to Help Elect First Jewish President
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Posted by M2 9/8/2019 6:55:36 AM Post Reply
Political activist Linda Sarsour energized a Brooklyn rally for Sanders and endorsed his 'foreign policy that sees Palestinians as human beings deserving of human rights and self-determination' Political activist Linda Sarsour was promoted by the Bernie Sanders’ 2020 presidential campaign as a surrogate over the weekend in a tweet where she is seen energizing a crowd in Brooklyn, New York with an enthusiastic endorsement of the Vermont senator. The Women’s March co-founder was speaking last week at a Sanders rally where told the crowd “I would be so proud to ... elect the first Jewish American president this country has ever seen and for his name to be Bernard Sanders."
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The USDA relocation to Kansas
City is ripping apart the lives of its
employees. Here are some of their stories.
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Posted by NorthernDog 9/8/2019 5:05:41 PM Post Reply
Randi Johnson raised the picture of her dead son’s football team. “What am I supposed to do with this?” she asked, tucking it back inside a growing pile of cardboard boxes in her torn-apart living room. “And these are videos of his mission trip to Mexico. I don’t have anything to play them on, but I can’t throw them away.” (Snip) The USDA will partially relocate to Kansas City at the end of September, an abrupt decision announced in June that shocked the federal workforce and meant immediate disruption for hundreds. The relocation to Missouri, which the USDA estimates will
Mark Sanford announces GOP
presidential bid: ‘We have lost our way’
45 replies
Posted by M2 9/8/2019 10:57:21 AM Post Reply
Former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford on Sunday announced he will challenge Donald Trump for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination in 2020, becoming the third member of his party to do so. Sanford, in an interview on “Fox News Sunday,” said he believes the GOP needs to have a conversation about what it means to be a Republican, adding: “We have lost our way.” The former governor, who was also a congressman from 1995 to 2001 and 2013 to 2019, highlighted in particular a need to discuss the country’s ballooning debt and deficits, as well as Trump’s turn toward trade protectionism. “One of the hallmarks of the Republican
David Hogg: Today’s Mass Shootings Stem
from America’s ‘Indigenous Mass
Shootings’ and ‘White Supremacy’
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Posted by Imright 9/7/2019 12:48:21 PM Post Reply
Friday on MSNBC’s All In, March for Our Lives co-founder David Hogg discussed what he believed was the origin of mass shootings in the United States.Hogg said, “I think it comes down to reckoning with our history and our history of white supremacy in the United States. The fact that we live in a post-genocidal society oftentimes that was orchestrated by the United States government in that if we want to talk about mass shootings, we need to recognize the massive number of indigenous mass shootings that was conducted by the United States government. I think back to the battle of Wounded-Knee and the several hundred Native Americans, predominately
Trump’s nastiness
is making him look weak
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Posted by MissMolly 9/7/2019 4:50:29 AM Post Reply
Donald Trump wants people to think he’s a winner. So why does he act like a loser? Winners convey a sense of effortless superiority. They don’t have to work at it. You just know they’re above it all. If someone tries to criticize them, it’s beneath their dignity to worry about it. It’s just a little speck they brush off their shoulder. The Brits are good at that, Boris Johnson especially. We still don’t know how things will turn out there, but I expect his aplomb will carry him through. “There are no disasters,” he once joked. “Only opportunities. And, indeed, opportunities for fresh disasters.”
Cannibalism: Scientist says
eating humans could save earth
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Posted by LittleHoodedMonk 9/7/2019 2:00:51 PM Post Reply
A behavioral scientist from Sweden named Magnus Soderlund argued in a recent presentation that the way to combat climate change, save the planet and secure the earth for scores of upcoming generations is to — get this — eat people. As far as far-left ideas go, this one about cannibalism and climate change just takes the cake. Talk about the eww factor. This guy’s whacked. That’s all there is to it. Soderland, a behavioral scientist and marketing strategist, brought forth the idea in a talk bluntly titled, “Can you Imagine Eating Human Flesh?” Umm, no. Not without gagging, that is.
O’Rourke: El Paso Shooting Came
‘At the Invitation of Our President’
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Posted by Imright 9/8/2019 11:26:31 AM Post Reply
Beto O'Rourke (D.) accused President Donald Trump of inviting mass shootings during an appearance Saturday at the New Hampshire Democratic Party State Convention.The former Texas congressman said the El Paso shooter, who killed 22 people, was a product of America's racist culture and Trump's racist rhetoric."This person drove 600 miles with that hatred, really at the invitation of our president, and opened fire with that AK-47 on innocent people in a Walmart, killing 22 of them and grievously wounding many dozens more," O'Rourke said.
Kamala Harris apologizes for laughing
after audience member calls Trump
'mentally retarded'
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Posted by Imright 9/7/2019 8:24:02 PM Post Reply
Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., claimed Saturday that she didn't hear an audience member at a New Hampshire town hall Friday call President Trump "mentally retarded" and apologized for laughing after the comment. "When my staff played the video from my town hall yesterday, it was upsetting," Harris tweeted on Saturday. "I didn’t hear the words the man used in that moment, but if I had I would’ve stopped and corrected him. I’m sorry. That word and others like it aren’t acceptable. Ever." (Tweet)
Joe Biden in New Hampshire: “I guarantee
you we’re going to end fossil fuel”…
Idiot Leftists Clap Like Monkeys (Video)
31 replies
Posted by Imright 9/7/2019 5:12:33 PM Post Reply
It’s a cult. Democrat Joe Biden stumped in New Hampshire: “I guarantee you we’re going to end fossil fuel.” (Photo) he liberal audience clapped like monkeys. As Zach Parkinson reported 80 percent of the households in the Granite State are heated by oil, gas, and propane. The others are burning something else. Greenpeace co-founder Patrick Moore says a plan like the one Joe is promoting will kill off half the US population in the first winter.
'I want to break the internet': What Meghan
Markle 'told PR firm' amid claims she
'cares more about publicity in the US
than her reputation in the UK'
31 replies
Posted by earlybird 9/7/2019 11:43:02 AM Post Reply
The Duchess of Sussex is said to have told her new PR company that she wants to 'break the internet'. Meghan Markle reportedly made the statement during a meeting with the company, Sunshine Sachs. This comes amid claims from royal sources that the former actress and mother-of-one is 'more concerned about the U.S media than the British.' Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have embarked on a number of projects, seemingly away from the traditional Royal route, including Meghan's guest editorial at the UK version of Vogue magazine. Now senior sources have reportedly said she is looking to create a team which isn't 'bogged down' by tradition.
Seattle Might Ban New Homes and
Buildings From Using Natural Gas
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Posted by NorthernDog 9/7/2019 2:34:25 PM Post Reply
The Seattle Times reports that Seattle's city council is considering legislation which would ban all new homes and buildings within city limits from using natural gas, and mandating that these edifices must use electric heating and cooking. Councilmember Mike O’Brien will likely introduce the legislation next week. If passed, it is expected that the regulations will go in effect next summer. "We know that some people rely on natural gas at home and on the natural-gas industry for jobs, so we want to be thoughtful about how we transition," O'Brien said. "But in the meantime, let’s not continue to make
How ‘Trump Trauma’ could hand
the Democrats a victory in 2020
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Posted by Gertrude 9/8/2019 1:28:22 PM Post Reply
There were more red warning flags flapping around the Oval Office last week than on the Atlantic beaches of Florida. Hurricane Dorian may have given the Sunshine State a miss, but Typhoon Trump is still huffing and puffing to blow his electoral chances out to sea. Back during the Bubba era, there was something known as “Clinton Fatigue,” occasioned by an endless parade of tawdry scandals, so many it was hard to keep track of them: sex, money, foreign influence and even the occasional mysterious demise or two — not to mention impeachment.
Bill Maher: "Being Fat Is A Bad Thing";
When Did It Become Taboo To
Talk About Getting Healthy?
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Posted by M2 9/8/2019 6:51:20 AM Post Reply
Bill Maher addressed the obesity epidemic in a monologue he delivered Friday night at the end of his program 'Real Time' on HBO. Maher criticized the culture that protects people from judging others, especially when it comes to "fat-shaming." Maher said fat-shaming doesn't need to end, it needs to make a comeback. The comedian said shaming and judging are necessary and the first step in reform. "I know this is a controversial thing to say now in today's America but being fat is a bad thing," Maher said. "We shouldn't taunt people about it. And overeating shouldn't be singled out as the only vice. It isn't. We all have something.
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