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Private Sean Stokes carries home his weapon and the weapon of his fallen best friend. Stokes single-handedly killed nine terrorists in Fallujah in November 2004.

Exclusive–Patrick K. O’Donnell: Saving Private Stokes

“Pat, this is Stokes. You know my dream has always been to be a Marine. I need your help on something. I found out this week the Corps doesn’t want to extend my enlistment — they are going to kick me out. Can you write a letter of recommendation?”

IN FLIGHT, IN FLIGHT : This aerial photograph taken from a military aircraft shows alleged on-going reclamation by China on Mischief Reef in the Spratly group of islands in the South China Sea, west of Palawan, on May 11, 2015. The Spratlys are considered a potential Asian flashpoint, and claimant …

U.S. Navy Plane Carrying CNN Crew Warned to Leave South China Sea

A U.S. Navy P-8A Poseidon reconnaissance plane, which was carrying a CNN news team on board Friday, flew past a series of artificial islands known as the Spratly Chain in the South China Sea. The plane reportedly received at least six separate warnings from the Chinese military to leave the area.

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NeverTrumpers Support Big Tech Blacklist of Alex Jones

An article was published in the Weekly Standard this week titled “The Case for Banning Alex Jones” aims to defend the Masters of the Universe almost unanimously blacklisting Alex Jones and Infowars from social media.

Rep. Chris Collins R-N.Y., walk through the colonnade from the West Wing into the White House in Washington, Friday, July 28, 2017.

Peter Schweizer on DOJ Charging Collins: ‘Very Encouraging Development’

Peter Schweizer, president of the Government Accountability Institute (GAI), described the Department of Justice’s laying of charges against Rep. Chris Collins (R-NY) as a “very positive development” during a Wednesday interview with Breitbart News Senior Editors-at-Large Rebecca Mansour and Joel Pollak on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight.

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Jim Acosta to Colbert: I’m Not Trying ‘to Be the Story’

CNN White House reporter Jim Acosta claimed to Stephen Colbert on Wednesday that he is not trying to be the story while covering President Donald Trump. Acosta made his remarks just a week after he walked out of a White House press briefing and suggested that mainstream media reporters “go out on Pennsylvania Avenue and chant, ‘We’re not the enemy of the people.’”

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‘Right Wing Watch’ Author: I Was Jealous that Spotify Rejected My Podcast and Not Infowars’

Far left website Salon credited Jared Holt of Right Wing Watch, along with Matt Rivitz’s anti-conservative harassment campaign Sleeping Giants, for catalyzing the purge of Alex Jones and Infowars from major tech platforms earlier this week. Holt’s involvement appears to be motivated by jealousy — he stated, “I guess I was a little bit offended that Alex Jones was able to get on the air and I wasn’t.”

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Virgil: The Washington Post, and Axios, Follow in the Footsteps of Breitbart News

The headline in Axios on August 8 demanded attention: “Sputnik moment for U.S. military.”  For his part, Virgil paid particularly close attention, since he published a piece with virtually the same headline, for Breitbart News, back on September 16, 2017: “The Threat from China — America’s New ‘Sputnik Moment.’” 

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Ann Coulter: Sarah Jeong Better Drive Carefully!

Contrary to common belief on college campuses, there is no “hate speech” exception to the First Amendment. Pimply teenaged boys writing snotty remarks about blacks and Jews is every bit as constitutionally protected as an Asian girl on The New York Times’ editorial board writing snotty things about white men, although the latter pays better.

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Disqus Bans Infowars from Comments Platform Amid Big Tech Purge

Disqus, the popular user comments system, has banned InfoWars from using its service amid the Big Tech purge which has seen Facebook, YouTube, Pinterest, Apple podcasts, Spotify, Microsoft’s LinkedIn, and more ban Infowars and Alex Jones from their platforms.