Thursday, March 23, 2017

Quanah Parker’s House Joins Geronimo’s Teepee

It’s not every day you can lean on the dining room table that once belonged to the Comanche’s last war chief, Quanah Parker, and wonder if your feet are going to crash through the floorboards.

Incoming Trump Press Secretary Sean Spicer on the Media: ‘Business as Usual Is Over’

On Thursday’s broadcast of Hugh Hewitt’s syndicated radio show, incoming White House press secretary Sean Spicer told listeners to expect “business as usual” to come to an end regarding how President-elect Donald Trump will communicate with the American people and the media.

Debbie Reynolds Dies Just One Day After Daughter Carrie Fisher

Just one day after, her daughter, Carrie Fisher's passing, Debbie Reynolds suffered a stroke and passed away earlier this Wednesday. Reynolds was best known for...

California Inmate Repairs More Than 200 Broken Bicycles to Gift to Children in Need...

Inside Folsom State Prison in California is a Santa's workshop of sorts.

Sylvester Stallone ‘flattered’ by Donald Trump job link

Actor Sylvester Stallone has said he is "flattered" by reports that Donald Trump may offer him an arts post - but would prefer a role helping veterans. Several publications suggested last week that the president-elect would offer the star a top job in the arts.

Clinton advisers point fingers at Huma Abedin, inner circle for loss

While many of Hillary Clinton’s top advisers have focused their post-presidential election fury on blaming alleged Russian interference and FBI Director James Comey for Clinton’s loss, some in the so-called “Hillaryland” orbit are looking inward, including pointing fingers at Clinton’s most-trusted aide: Huma Abedin

Alan Thicke Told Son to Snap Photo as EMTs Took Him to Hospital: ‘Take...

The celebrated Canadian actor, best known for his role as patriarch Dr. Jason Seaver on the '80s sitcom Growing Pains, suffered a heart attack while playing hockey with his 19-year-old son, Carter, at the Pickwick Gardens ice skating rink in Burbank, California, on Tuesday afternoon. He was later pronounced dead at Providence St. Joseph's Medical Center.

Football Flashback to An Earlier Era

This season a remarkable decision took place on the next–to–last play of the Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma State football game. This intra–state championship matchup dates back to 1904, but this matchup was particularly important. Oklahoma was ranked #9 and OSU just behind at #10. The game winner would not only have bragging rights, the victory would also be the Big 12 champion.

Growing Pains Father Alan Thicke Dies Age 69

Alan Thicke, who played the head of the Seaver family on the popular ABC sitcom Growing Pains, has died, his publicist confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter. He was 69.

Dutch populist leader Wilders rises in polls after conviction

The party of populist anti-Islam Dutch MP Geert Wilders has risen strongly in the polls since the lawmaker was tried and convicted of discrimination, according to a survey published Sunday.

Flag Burners…You HAVE Been Warned

While the United States Supreme Court has issued a ruling that flag burning is a right, protected by our 1st Amendment…there are a few things that you should know…and I’ll get to those in a little bit.

Rumors fly about Ronna Romney McDaniel for RNC chair

After days of speculation and rumors, Ronna Romney McDaniel, chair of the Michigan Republican Party, was still being touted as the newest head of the Republican National Committee.

Reflecting on the Tea Party’s legacy in Minnesota

Earlier this week, we looked at the Occupy movement, a left-leaning effort that influenced politics and social movements across the country. Today, we consider the...

Gov. Terry Branstad of Iowa Is Selected to Be Ambassador to China

Trump picks trade advocate to be ambassador to China. For all his talk of punishing China, President-elect Trump has chosen a conciliator with a personal relationship with China’s president to be his ambassador in Beijing.

Florida’s Allen West, a tea party enthusiast, meets with Team Trump

West, now executive director at the Texas-based National Center for Policy Analysis, met Monday at Trump Tower with Vice President-elect Mike Pence; Michael T. Flynn, President-elect Donald Trump’s pick for national security adviser; and K.T. McFarland, Trump’s choice to be his deputy national security adviser.

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The 11 Tactics of Highly Deceptive People

In my book, "Atlas Shouts", I cite the 11 tactics of deception leftists use in debate, be prepared for them. To socially combat these...

Report: Secret Service removed alarm sensors from White House fence

White House fence-jumper Jonathan Tran was able to scale over into the presidential residency’s front yard because Secret Service removed alarm sensors along a portion of fencing.

Hey Schumer…Bring It On

Well well…so it seems that our dear Democratic ‘friend’ Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer has been very quick with his tongue and his pen of late…so quick to spew out threat after threat on the Senate floor as to how the Republicans will be the cause of Democrats being forced to shut down the government if they insist on building a wall along our still unsecured southern border;