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School Counselor Fired for Alleged Racist Rant on Texas Explosion Victims

A Grand Prairie, TX public school counselor has been fired for allegedly posting a racist rant in celebration of the deaths and injuries suffered by residents of West, TX as a result of a fertilizer plant explosion. The comment suggested the "whites" deserved getting "blown away" and "wiped off the earth. Apr 26, 2013 12:18 AM PT

Youth Speakers Steal Show at True the Vote National Summit

Bethany Bowra, the 16-year-old founder of NextGenerationVoters.com who gave the commencement prayer at CPAC 2013, and Tanner Brumbarger, the teen who started the HighSchoolConservative.com, took the stage near the closing of True the Vote’s summit and shared their perspectives to a full house. Apr 13, 2013 2:24 PM PT

Rick Perry to Sign True the Vote Pledge of Voters' Bill of Rights

True the Vote, the Houston-based voter integrity nonprofit group, is set to begin their 3rd annual National Summit Friday. Breitbart News has learned that True the Vote is introducing a Voters’ Bill Of Rights at the summit and that Texas Governor Rick Perry has agreed to sign it. Apr 12, 2013 1:46 PM PT

FBI Stranded as Mexican Cartels Increase Networks in USA

Special Agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) risk their lives and the safety of their families to protect and serve, yet politicians in Washington, D.C. have left many of them stranded, without fuel, and feeling as though their operational integrity has been compromised. As a result of politically-motivated sequester cuts, many in the FBI worry they cannot do their jobs as well as when they had adequate funding. Apr 5, 2013 10:49 AM PT

FBI Documents Connect Aryan Brotherhood with Mexican Cartels

Evidence suggests that the Aryan Brotherhood has morphed into what is primarily a drug-trafficking gang, and there is a more frightening possibility: that the Aryan Brotherhood is acting as a conduit, doing the dirty work for a Mexican drug cartel criminal insurgency into the United States. Apr 3, 2013 10:02 PM PT

Obamacare, Voter Registration, and Voter Intimidation

“We base our concerns over reports already received from the 2012 Election,” Engelbrecht said. “Our Voto Honesto initiative met a startling number of naturalized Americans in south Texas and Arizona who said their newly-minted citizenship was threatened if they did not vote correctly. The same people who helped register them to vote at the naturalization ceremony later showed up at their doorstep as part of a GOTV effort, pushing them to the polls. That’s unacceptable.” Mar 28, 2013 3:51 PM PT

True The Vote 2013 National Summit Approaching

The annual True the Vote National Summit will be held in Houston, TX April 12-13. Attendees will be treated to speeches from leading voices in the battle for election integrity--from both the U.S. and Mexico. Mar 28, 2013 8:18 AM PT

Gun Community Bursting with Diversity

The days of the term “gun community” only bringing to mind the image of older white men are ending, as young pro-gun voices begin speaking up and making their marks. Groups like the National Rifle Association have begun giving voice to an array of young women and men, both white and black, who shatter the misconceptions about who and what makes up the pro-gun community. Mar 22, 2013 1:28 PM PT

CPAC: Young Conservatives Steal the Show

Contrary to the Left’s alternative “reality,” CPAC was dominated by young activists, from Townhall's Katie Pavlich winning "Blogger of the Year" to self-organized networks of high school bloggers and internet entrepreneurs. Breitbart News met with several young conservative activists at CPAC for a roundtable discussion. Mar 18, 2013 5:50 PM PT

Mexican Officer: Military at War with Cartels in Nuevo Laredo

A Mexican officer claims the military is indeed at war with drug cartels for territory in northern Mexico and that vast numbers of children have been left homeless and hungry by the war in the seemingly unreachable cartel-controlled territory. Mar 9, 2013 2:57 PM PT

How I Spent My Time in Hugo Chávez's Venezuela

The people in the barrio loved Chávez, wore red clothes in support of him, and didn’t allow anyone to speak ill of him. This became very apparent, as some would have criticisms but only say them quietly and without others around. Anyone who didn’t like Chávez was labeled an “escualido.” Mar 6, 2013 10:28 PM PT

Mexican Police Chief Missing, Brothers' Bodies Found Dead

Nuevo Laredo, Mexico—The sister city of Laredo, Texas once again finds itself as ground zero for the cartel insurgency holding millions of Mexicans captive. The police chief of Nuevo Laredo has been missing for days, and his two brothers were found shot and killed. Feb 19, 2013 9:50 PM PT

Sex Trafficking: Dominican Republic Becoming Thailand of the West?

The growing scandal surrounding Sen. Bob Menendez began with allegations of visits to the Dominican Republic to cavort with prostitutes. If the allegations are true, then Sen. Menendez is just the highest profile sex tourist. It isn’t uncommon for adults to travel to countries where the laws concerning prostitution are more lax. Feb 9, 2013 10:52 AM PT

Chinese State-Controlled Media Gushes over Obama

In contrast to their reporting of George W. Bush’s second term inauguration, Chinese State-controlled media gushed over President Barack Obama’s inauguration speech for his second term. Jan 22, 2013 3:49 AM PT

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