Teen Killed at Birthday Party Youngest Stabbing Fatality in London This Year

A 15-year-old boy was stabbed during a “large fight” at a birthday party in Romford, making him the youngest stabbing fatality in London this year.

Scott Adams: Republicans Need to Vote Because ‘They’re Coming for You Next’

Breitbart, by Joel B. Pollak Posted By: abuela10- Mon, 25 52 2018 12:52:46 GMT Dilbert cartoonist Scott Adams does not vote. But for the first time, he said Sunday, he is thinking about it — thanks to the effort by opponents of Donald Trump to ostracize people who support the president. Adams, who predicted Trump would win the 2016 election en route to becoming an influential political writer, was reacting on his daily Periscope broadcast to “conservative” Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin, who defended a Virginia restaurant owner who ejected White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Friday. it is not altogether a bad thing to show those who think they’re exempt from personal responsibility

The left loses its cool

Politico, by MARC CAPUTO and DANIEL LIPPMAN Posted By: abuela10- Mon, 25 07 2018 01:07:31 GMT Two senior Trump administration officials were heckled at restaurants. A third was denied service. Florida GOP Attorney General Pam Bondi required a police escort away from a movie about Mister Rogers after activists yelled at her in Tampa — where two other Republican lawmakers say they were also politically harassed last week, one of them with her kids in tow. In the Donald Trump era, the left is as aggressively confrontational as anyone can remember. What it means for 2018 — whether it portends a blue wave of populist revolt for Democrats or a red wall of silent majority resistance from

Climate Policy Should Be Set By Legislatures, Not Courts

Investor’s Business Daily, by Donald J. Kochan Posted By: RockyTCB- Mon, 25 28 2018 01:28:00 GMT Climate change advocates are undoubtedly frustrated that they cannot succeed in getting legislation or regulation that is broad enough to satisfy their policy preferences. So, with the support of some lawyers who see the possibility of a big payday in judgments or settlements, climate change advocacy is increasingly moving to the courts. In 2017, several California municipalities were induced by trial attorneys into filing lawsuits against a number of energy companies. These lawsuits are based on novel tort litigation theories that purport to establish liability for climate change harms. The lawsuits allege responsibility based on decades of past behaviors and try to

U.N. Report Faults Trump For Obama Poverty, Media Fall For It

Investor’s Business Daily, by Staff Posted By: RockyTCB- Mon, 25 31 2018 01:31:12 GMT United Nations: Amid all the immigration hoo’ha, maybe you missed the uncritical mainstream media reports of a United Nations study faulting President Trump for poverty in America. Turns out, it´s just more fake news. An uncritical Reuters headline says it all: “America´s poor becoming more destitute under Trump: U.N. expert”. The Hill´s equally blase headline: “UN poverty official: Trump exacerbating inequality.” The report — really a first’person narrative — released earlier this month, ripped President Trump for his “contempt” and “hatred of the poor.” The report cited 18.5 million Americans who live in extreme policy, and massive U.S. defense spending

Leftist Thugs Guarantee Another Scalise Tragedy

American Thinker, by Daniel John Sobieski Posted By: magnante- Mon, 25 31 2018 01:31:18 GMT Someone is going to get killed. We have gone beyond the severed presidential head help by the unfunny and untalented Kathy Griffin to mob action, including the …

Trump´s Sweeping Reorg Makes Perfect Sense, Which Is Why It Will Never Get Done

Investor’s Business Daily, by Staff Posted By: RockyTCB- Mon, 25 33 2018 01:33:12 GMT Management: While the mainstream media fixated on First Lady Melania Trump´s fashion choice, the Trump administration unveiled the most sweeping government reorganization plan in history. It deserves far more attention than it will get. Among other things, the ambitious plan, put together by budget director Mick Mulvaney, would merge the departments of Education and Labor to one cabinet’level agency called the Department of Education and the Workforce. It would also consolidate multiple programs scattered across the government and put them where they make the most sense. In other words, it would do what private businesses do constantly. They rethink and

Kumail Nanjiani: Nazi Comparisons Will Stop When Trump ‘Stops Acting Like Them’

The actor-comedian Kumail Nanjiani took to Twitter and said if President Donald Trump and members of his administration do not want to be compared to Nazis then they must “stop acting like them.”

Scarborough to Trump Backers: ‘Why Are You Supporting This Man?’

Monday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” host Joe Scarborough hypothesized that the way back to roll back the Trump presidency wasn’t by calling his supporters “racist,” or yelling at him in public. Instead, he argued analysis as to why the 40-something percent that was backing him were doing so. Scarborough acknowledged he didn’t understand why they were backing him but urged Trump’s opponents to take a different approach. “It’s increasing authoritarianism, but the focus, for me is not the Trump administration,” Scarborough said. “The focus are the 40 — probably 42 percent now — 42 percent to 45 percent of Americans who support Donald Trump, and the question is how do they move away from a candidate, from a politician who is using race constantly, who is lying every day, who is subverting the law every day, who works every day to undermine the power of the federal judiciary? I don’t think we do that by kicking them out of our restaurants or in buying something in a fun little engagement I had this weekend — we don’t do it by saying, ‘If you are supporting Donald Trump, you are a racist.’” “At the end of the day, my concern is with

Accounts of fatal Minneapolis police-involved shooting vary amid unrest

By Ryan Gaydos Source:: Fox News National