Politics

NYT: ‘Angry Nationalism’ Spreads Across Europe

ROME — Among the well-heeled bureaucrats of the European Union, it is an article of faith that the bloc always emerges stronger from a crisis. The idealistic founders who six decades ago dreamed of stitching warring nations into a peaceful whole knew the path would be bumpy. But always, the union wobbled forward.

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Father’s Day Message for Paul Ryan: Our Sons Died, Step Aside

This Father’s Day, fathers whose sons were murdered by illegal aliens are calling on House Speaker Paul Ryan to resign— describing his policies as “treasonous” and taking particular objection to Ryan’s recent attempts to undermine Donald Trump’s proposals to enforce U.S. immigration law.

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Donald Trump: Politico ‘Total Rag’

Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump criticized Politico’s recent report — that he would sell out of the race and not be the Republican nominee for $150 million — during his afternoon campaign rally with a few thousand supporters in Phoenix, Arizona at the Veteran’s Memorial

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FBI and Nation’s Leaders Caught Sleeping Through Orlando Wake-up Call

Political correctness has claimed its ultimate victim, law enforcement. If you think that is an exaggeration, you too have slept through the Orlando wake up call. If you think the FBI and the “Counter-Terrorism Task Force” that operates in every major city is watching and monitoring the activities of several thousand Islamist radicals, wake up. That has been exposed as a feel-good fairytale.

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Two Men Arrested as Fight Breaks Out at Trump Rally in Texas

When Donald Trump came to town Friday night, his enthusiastic supporters vastly outnumbered a pathetically small protester turnout which kept the chaos to a minimum. Although there was at least one brief fight, for the most part the protesters were contained by sheriff’s deputies and police officers.

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President Obama, Attack Terrorists, Not Strawmen

In the direct aftermath of the September 11 terrorist attacks – out of the simmering ashes of the Twin Towers and the smoldering remains of so many of our loved ones – America was momentarily united. Conservatives and liberals, Red America and Blue America … none of it mattered. We were one nation, united in common purpose, mourning and grieving together.

President Barack Obama pauses while speaking at the Treasury Department in Washington, Tuesday, June 14, 2016, following a meeting with his National Security Council to get updates on the investigation into the attack in Orlando, Florida and review efforts to degrade and destroy ISIL. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)