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  • UFC Superstar Conor McGregor Lavishes Praise on President Trump: 'Phenomenal President'

    01/22/2020 5:17:07 AM PST · by rktman · 11 replies ^ | 1/21/2020 | Jack Davis
    Ultimate Fighting Championship legend Conor McGregor on Monday saluted another battler who has overcome the odds. “Phenomenal President,” McGregor tweeted in praise of President Donald Trump. His tweet then inserted the image of a goat, shorthand for “Greatest of All Time.” “Most certainly one of them anyway, as he sits atop the shoulders of many amazing giants that came before him. No easy [feat]. Early stages of term also. Incredible. Congrats and Happy Martin Luther King Jr. day America,” McGregor said.
  • Fighter Bryce Mitchell of Arkansas, Trump mention, crowd Roars

    12/09/2019 3:48:03 AM PST · by Candor7 · 10 replies
    ESPN MMA ^ | Staff
    Bryce Mitchell lays down the Trump gauntlet in support, the crowd roars its approval. The Dems are in deep, deep sh*t
  • 65-year-old Florida woman beats 300-pound attacker with baseball bat

    04/23/2019 12:56:49 PM PDT · by simpson96 · 37 replies ^ | 4/17/2019 | Jeff Tavvs
    GAINESVILLE, Fla. - There's one thing you need to know if you're going to partake in criminal activity in Florida: Do not mess with Clarese Gainey. Upon noticing a man in his boxers attempting to break into her Gainesville home Sunday morning, 65-year-old Gainey didn't wait for police to arrive to lay down the law. Gainey took a baseball bat and smashed the intruder, 300-pound Antonio Mosely, in the head. "I took that bat and hit him upside the head like 'pi-yah!' He said 'Ow!'" Gainey told WGFL. Mosely fled the scene and was later found by K-9 units in...
  • Sarah Sanders says whining kids best practice for dealing with CNN's Jim Acosta

    05/13/2018 11:05:57 AM PDT · by jazusamo · 31 replies
    Fox News ^ | May 13, 2018 | Hollie McKay
    While White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders cherishes her role as a mother to three children 6 years and under, she doesn’t shy away from the fact that there are difficult motherhood days – similar to dealing with CNN’s Jim Acosta. “Both of them whine pretty regularly. They both like to ask the same questions and sometimes their tone needs to be adjusted a little bit. So I think that having kids has prepared me for the job that I have right now,” Sanders responded to the Daily Caller question: “What’s more difficult: Dealing with your children on an onerous...
  • VIDEO: Reported Muslim Smacks Girl, Instantly Learns What She Was Hiding All Along

    02/10/2017 2:18:38 AM PST · by · 54 replies
    The most dangerous people often don't look dangerous at all. That's what this man found out at some kind of dance party when he thought he could force a woman to dance with him against her will. A man who is being described as an "Indian Muslim" appeared to carelessly grab the woman, clearly expecting her to submit to his advances and go along with whatever he had planned. The problem for him was that she appeared much more ready for physical confrontation that he did. The man's persistence can be seen in the video, allowing himself to engage the...
  • WTIC CBS Connecticut Poll - 7.8% Unemployment: Is This A True Reading Of The Jobs Picture?

    10/05/2012 10:14:40 PM PDT · by ProtectOurFreedom · 48 replies
    WTIC CBS ^ | 10/5/12 | Anon
    LOL, even in ultra-liberal Connecticut they get it. I've NEVER EVER seen a more lopsided poll! Check this out:
  • Video: Clerk Fights Robber With Can of Food (MN)

    06/21/2011 1:12:03 PM PDT · by ButThreeLeftsDo · 9 replies ^ | 6/21/11 | KMSP Staff
    St. Paul police have released video showing the robbery of a Selby Avenue convenience store in which the clerk was able to pull off the suspect's mask and fight back with a can of food. According to police, a clerk at the AA Avenue Grocery at 682 Selby Ave. was locking up around 10 p.m. on June 8 when a man wearing a mask forced his way inside. The man showed a handgun and demanded money from the clerk, then chased him to the back of the store. In the back, the suspect assaulted the clerk as they fought over...
  • Valor has no boundaries; Three Marines help save wounded police officer, apprehend suspect

    10/09/2010 9:50:29 PM PDT · by Fast Moving Angel · 34 replies
    Official U.S. Marine Corps Website ^ | October 8, 2010 | Pfc. Evan Santy
    MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. — While sitting on the porch waiting for a home cooked meal in Long Beach, Calif. Oct. 6, Pfc. Anthony Rolden and his two friends and brothers in arms, Pfcs. Ryan Shuey and Christopher Smith, hear a gun fire in the distance. Without hesitation the three Marines spring into action, with nothing but raw instincts and Marine Corps training leading them. They race down an alley behind the house where they find a police officer fighting for his weapon and his life.
  • What exactly is in a can of Whoop-ass?

    06/14/2010 8:08:15 AM PDT · by notaliberal · 39 replies · 1,272+ views
    unknown ^ | 6/14/2010 | Unknown
  • Thoughts on THE SPEECH: Part Two

    09/03/2008 10:19:20 PM PDT · by Yanni.Znaio · 36 replies · 152+ views
    HotelSierra blog ^ | 04-SEP-2008 | Yanni.Znaio
    Now that I've had time to catch my breath and settle down a bit, I thought I'd write a bit more about tonight. For historical reasons, my political heroes are Ronald Reagan and Winston Churchill. Two rather ordinary individuals, who happened to be in particular places at specific times, and, when faced with extraordinary challenges, rose to greatness in order to deal with them. History would be very different had either of these individuals not been where they were, when they were. And our lives are incomparably better because of them both. Tonight I had the funniest feeling that we...
  • At Reuters, a New Book and a Lost Job

    10/09/2006 6:05:13 AM PDT · by oxcart · 29 replies · 1,173+ views
    The NYTimes ^ | 10/09/2006 | By NOAM COHEN
    On Tuesday, Joe Maguire, one of two editors in charge of markets coverage at Reuters, handed his bosses the galleys of his new book, “Brainless: The Lies and Lunacy of Ann Coulter.” On Wednesday, Mr. Maguire discovered he would have plenty of free time to promote his book, which comes out this week. Neither side in this dispute would say that he was fired. “There was a difference of opinion about the approval I received to write this book,” Mr. Maguire said. “I thought I had met the conditions, and proceeded accordingly. As a result, I no longer work there.”...

    04/28/2006 6:59:08 AM PDT · by Xenophobic Alien · 308 replies · 8,486+ views
    It's friday
  • Ill. bans gay, trans discrimination (*Hurl Alert*)

    01/03/2006 5:08:00 PM PST · by festus · 14 replies · 538+ views
    Southern Voice ^ | 12/31/2005 | AP via SoutherVoice
    Tim Pierce hopes he never has to depend on a new state anti-discrimination law protecting gays and lesbians. But if he does, he's glad the protection is there. The 39-year-old university instructor and his partner live in Oswego — a town about 40 miles west of Chicago and one of several in the state that didn't have laws protecting gays and lesbians. That is, until now. On Sunday, a state law prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity will become a reality, nearly a year after Gov. Rod Blagojevich signed it into law and more than three decades...
  • Major Offensive Operations Continue in Iraq

    10/08/2005 6:41:11 PM PDT · by DogBarkTree · 9 replies · 483+ views
    WASHINGTON, Oct. 7, 2005 – Three major offensive operations are ongoing in Iraq, as Iraqi security forces and coalition troops continue weeding out terrorists and eliminating weapons that threaten ongoing progress in the country, military officials reported. Some 1,000 U.S. Marines, soldiers and sailors completed their sixth day of Operation Iron Fist in western Anbar province Oct. 6, Multinational Force Iraq officials reported. The force, assigned to Regimental Combat Team 2, is operating in the Qaim region near the village of Sadah, on the southern banks of the Euphrates River. Sadah is about 12 kilometers from the Syrian border and...
  • FREE ART, just for fun: "Whoopass Team" featuring Dubya, Cheney and Rummy

    12/12/2004 1:41:58 PM PST · by IPWGOP · 3 replies · 884+ views
    Linda Eddy ^ | 12/12/2004 | IPWGOP
    Whoopass TeamDubya, Cheney & Rummy!     This is an email-able, copyright-ready graphic you can use in emails, on blogs, in flyers, on posters... anything that's noncommercial.
  • Bush Campaigning in Lancaster, Pa.

    10/27/2004 2:05:56 PM PDT · by kingattax · 5 replies · 584+ views
    Following is a transcript of President Bush's remarks today in Lancaster, Pa., as provided by Federal News Service. PRESIDENT BUSH: Listen, before I want to say something, I'm traveling with a guest and a friend who represents thousands of people all across this country who are affiliated with the Democrat Party. My friend has come from Georgia -- (scattered cheers) -- to share a message with you about how we're going to work with Republicans and Democrats and independents to carry the great state of Pennsylvania. Please welcome my friend Senator Zell Miller. (Cheers, applause.) I'm thrilled to be traveling...
  • Bush seizes momentum in campaign's home stretch

    10/24/2004 11:30:33 AM PDT · by kingattax · 24 replies · 1,140+ views
    Chicago Sun-Times ^ | October 24, 2004 | WILLIAM O'ROURKE
    For nervous Democrats, observing the presidential campaign at this point is akin to watching an imminent train wreck. The Bush war-president express is barreling full steam ahead and the Kerry Hope-Is-On-The-Way bus is speeding along, trying to cross the tracks unscathed. In 2000, Al Gore's bus managed to get across without being hit, but then it stopped and backed up, so Bush & Co. could smash it to smithereens. This time Bush's train is fueled by its slight lead in the polls and its boilers are being stoked with trumped-up Mary Cheney insults, Swift Boat and Sinclair traitor charges, alleged...
  • Strikeout Kerry blows the second debate.

    10/09/2004 10:00:56 PM PDT · by kingattax · 8 replies · 913+ views
    Slate ^ | Oct. 9, 2004 | William Saletan
    In honor of the baseball playoffs, I've borrowed the metaphor of a ninth-inning rally to describe the Democrats' October comeback. In the first presidential debate, John Kerry got the lead-off hit. In the vice-presidential encounter Tuesday night, John Edwards singled him to third. I guess they substituted a pinch runner (that's the problem with metaphors), because tonight Kerry was back at the plate. It was a long at-bat, with lots of hanging sliders thrown by President Bush. Kerry fouled off a few, whiffed a couple, and struck out looking. Bush did well. He botched a few answers—at one point, he...
  • LIVE THREAD: Post-Debate Cheney v. Edwards

    10/05/2004 7:38:10 PM PDT · by Howlin · 1,356 replies · 42,014+ views ^ | October 5, 2004
    After-debate discussion here!
  • In debates, expect the unexpected

    09/07/2004 3:06:45 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 70 replies · 1,550+ views
    Christian Science Monitor ^ | September 7, 2004 | Godfrey Sperling
    WASHINGTON – The debates are coming - and they could determine the election's outcome. I sat, with several other reporters, within almost touching distance of the participants in the most famous presidential TV debate in history, when John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon locked horns in Chicago in the fall of 1960. Only a thin glass partition separated us from the contestants and in no way obstructed our view. How I got such a great front-row seat on history I will never know. As a newsman I had been traveling with both candidates, most recently with Mr. Nixon. In fact,...