Iran’s Khamenei Tweets Black Lives Matter Hashtag to Attack U.S.

The Islamic Republic of Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei evoked the radical Black Lives Matter movement last week in a tweet slamming the United States for committing supposed “oppression” of “black women, men, & children for no justifiable reason.”

Collage of Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and Black Lives Matter sweatshirt.

Russian Foreign Ministry: Occupy Wall Street, Ferguson Show U.S. Cannot Criticize Iran

The Moscow Times headlines its post “Russian Foreign Ministry Slams U.S. Over Iran Protests,” but the statement from spokeswoman Maria Zakharova is more of a sneer than a slam. Zakharova invoked Occupy Wall Street and the Ferguson riots to insinuate that America has no standing to criticize how the Iranian regime handles protests.

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Jake Tapper Blasts Fox News over ‘Extremist Rhetoric’ that Pales Compared to His Own

CNN’s embattled afternoon anchor Jake Tapper has spent much the last few days defending Robert Mueller’s increasingly tainted investigation into President Trump. But when he attacked Fox News over “extremist rhetoric,” Tapper was undoubtedly hoping we all forgot about the dangerous rhetoric he himself has been guilty of hurling for years.

NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 20: CNN Anchor Jake Tapper speaks at the Museum of the Moving Image honoring Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos and Seth Meyers at St. Regis Hotel on June 20, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images)

Nolte: CNN Reports Russian Facebook Ads Promoted Black Lives Matter

At long last, we appear to finally have some proof that the Russians interfered in American democracy. Before some of you get too excited, there is still zero proof of any collusion between the Russians and the Trump campaign. There is still zero proof the Russians in any way “hacked the 2016 election.” There is still zero proof the Russians changed a single vote in 2016.

A women holds up a placard with the slogan "Black Lives Matter" as people march in Brixton, south London to protest against police brutality in the US after two recent incidents where black men have been shot and killed by police officers

WATCH: ‘Clinton Emails on Film’ Recreates Hillary Aide Depositions

Filmmaker and playwright Phelim McAleer is readying his latest project — a series of short films that will reenact the sworn depositions of key Hillary Clinton staffers about the Democrat presidential nominee’s improper and possibly illegal use of a private email server during her tenure as Secretary of State.


Oakland Mayor Blasts Trump on Twitter

GOP presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump received some Twitter vitriol from Oakland’s mayor after calling California’s leading city for violent crime one of the most dangerous places on earth.

Oakland Crime AP Noah Berger

Poll: Americans’ Faith in Honesty, Ethics of Police Improves

Gallup reports that after dropping to 48 percent in 2014 — from 54 percent and 58 percent between 2010 and 2013 — this year Americans 56 percent of Americans said they would rate the honesty and ethics of police as either “high” or “very high.”


Rapper Chuck D: Ferguson Police Are Scarier Than ISIS

Public Enemy’s Chuck D chided rapper Nelly this week for canceling tour dates in the UK over terrorism fears — because, he says, police in Ferguson, Missouri, near Nelly’s hometown of St. Louis are just as scary as ISIS.


400 Additional Murders In 2015, Admits Progressive Report

Murder rates in the nation’s top cities have climbed by 11 percent in 2015, but that’s no big deal, says the progressive Brennan Center for Justice. “Because the underlying rate of murders is already so low, a relatively small increase in the numbers can result in a large percentage increase… murder rates are roughly the same as they were in 2012, and 11 percent higher than they were in 2013,” said the report.

Police officers investigate a shooting scene where 5 people were reported to have been shot, including an 11-month-old infant, on September 28, 2015 in Chicago, Illinois. Chicago, like many major cities in the United States, has experienced a surge in shootings this year. (Photo by

Occupy Returns to UCSD in ‘Million Student March’

The UCSD Million Students March was held in solidarity with approximately 115 campuses around the country and the University of Missouri (“Mizzou”) throughout the day. Students are also demanding free tuition, student debt forgiveness, and a $15 per hour minimum wage for campus employees.

UCSD Million Student March (Michelle Moons / Breitbart News)