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Arkansas To Strip Clintons’ Names From Airport

Friday, February 24, 2017
By Paul Martin

by Baxter Dmitry YourNewsWire.com February 24, 2017 A bill in Arkansas is set to strip Bill and Hillary Clinton’s names from the largest and busiest airport in the state as punishment for the duo’s sordid past. The bill makes no mention of former President Bill Clinton or former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, for... »

‘Day Without Immigrants’ Transitions into ‘Life Without a Job’ for Protesters

Monday, February 20, 2017
By Paul Martin

by KATIE MCHUGH BreitBart.com 20 Feb 2017 The “Day Without Immigrants” protest demanding amnesty, lax immigration enforcement, and cheap labor practices fizzled in most U.S. cities, and now many demonstrators have lost their jobs for skipping work. NBC News reports at least 100 workers lost their jobs at different restaurants and businesses after the... »

Fighter jets scramble over Mar-a-Lago for the SECOND time in 48 hours after another plane enters restricted airspace

Monday, February 20, 2017
By Paul Martin

Trump is spending 3rd straight weekend at ‘Southern White House,’ Mar-a-Lago Two F-16s raced to intercept an aircraft flying near estate on Sunday afternoon The pilot of the aircraft was ‘very compliant’ and left airspace immediately Follows Friday incident in which two F-15s flew to intercept 8 private aircraft F-15s flew at supersonic speeds,... »

LGBT Anti-Trump Protest in DC Fizzles Bigly

Monday, February 20, 2017
By Paul Martin

by LEE STRANAHAN BreitBart.com 19 Feb 2017 WASHINGTON D.C. — Even on a beautiful day with temperatures in the high 60s, organizers could not muster a decent-sized protest turnout against President Donald Trump at an LGBT event on Sunday outside the Trump International Hotel, a few blocks from the White House. A group of... »

MEXICO FIRST: Ford Breaks Promise, Sticks With Plans To Build Factories In Mexico

Friday, February 17, 2017
By Paul Martin

Ryan Saavedra TheGatewayPundit.com Feb 17th, 2017 Automaker Not Cancelling Mexico Plant As Previously Stated It appears as though Ford is no longer on the Trump bandwagon as the American automaker is backing off of it’s pledge to cancel the it’s plans for building a plant in Mexico. From Yahoo: “Ford is sticking with its... »

Florida Man Planned To Blow Up Target Stores To Buy Retailer Stock Cheap

Friday, February 17, 2017
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden ZeroHedge.com Feb 17, 2017 A Florida man tried to redefine “activist investing” after he made at least 10 explosive devices with the intention of blowing up Target stores along the East Coast in an elaborate “scheme” to send Target stock plunging so he could buy it on the cheap, the Department... »

WSJ Editor Tells Reporters Who Don’t Like Objective Trump Coverage To Leave The Paper

Tuesday, February 14, 2017
By Paul Martin

RACHEL STOLTZFOOS DailyCaller.com 02/13/2017 Wall Street Journal editor in chief Gerard Baker told his reporters Monday the paper would not abandon objectivity in its coverage of President Donald Trump, and directed them to find work somewhere else if they want to adopt a more oppositional tone. “It’s a little irritating when I read that... »

Joy Villa’s Album Sales EXPLODE 18,106,633% Within Hours Of Wearing Make America Great Again Dress

Monday, February 13, 2017
By Paul Martin

Ryan Saavedra TheGatewayPundit.com Feb 13th, 2017 A Star Is Born At The Grammys Within a matter of hours of wearing the now famous Make America Great Again dress, Joy Villa’s album I Make the Static has skyrocketed in the sales ranking on Amazon. Previously the album was ranked #543,202 on Amazon and now it... »

Newspaper Apologizes For Using Alec Baldwin Photo In Trump Cover Story

Saturday, February 11, 2017
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden ZeroHedge.com Feb 11, 2017 Did ‘fake news’ just jump the shark? The Dominican Republic’s oldest and most important newspaper El Nacional on Friday printed a photo of Alec Baldwin doing his impression of President Trump on “Saturday Night Live” in a lead article about Trump and Israel. The photo was used... »

Is Sean Spicer daytime TV’s new big hit? Nielsen ratings reveal the press secretary’s briefings get more views than soap operas

Saturday, February 11, 2017
By Paul Martin

Sean Spicer’s press briefings have brought in an average of 4.3million views Audiences for CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC grow by ten percent when he is on air The White House Press secretary has been involved in a number of exchanges with reporters since his tenure began He accused journalists of ‘deliberately false reporting’... »

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