AOC’s ‘Tax the Rich’ Dress Designer in Debt to the IRS

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) received an onslaught of criticism for attending the swanky Met Gala wearing a “Tax the Rich” dress. As it turns out, the millionaire designer who created it is in debt to the IRS. According to the New York Post, designer Aurora James, founder of the fashion brand Brother Vellies, “is a … Continue reading AOC’s ‘Tax the Rich’ Dress Designer in Debt to the IRS

Southern California Rattled by 4.3 Magnitude Earthquake

A 4.3 magnitude earthquake quivered through the city of Los Angeles and neighboring areas of California on September 17. The earthquake rattled through southern California around 8:00 p.m. Carson, California, situated just south of downtown Los Angeles ,was the epicenter of the earthquake. The radius of the earthquake reached as far south as San Diego, … Continue reading Southern California Rattled by 4.3 Magnitude Earthquake

Times Square swarmed by hundreds protesting COVID vaccine mandate

Hundreds of protesters took to the streets in New York City’s Times Square Saturday to protest coronavirus vaccine mandate requirements.  Protesters could be seen waving flags and signs on Saturday with many of them chanting against mandatory vaccines.  COVID-19 VACCINE MANDATED IN NEW YORK: HERE’S WHAT RESIDENTS ARE SAYING The event was part of the … Continue reading Times Square swarmed by hundreds protesting COVID vaccine mandate

Kamala Harris Tosses Coin at College Football Game as Border Implodes

The vice president of the United States devoted her attention Saturday afternoon, not to the thousands of illegal immigrants packed into squalid conditions in Del Rio, Texas. Instead, she took the time to toss a coin at a college football game. Kamala Harris made the trip to Audi Field in D.C. on Saturday to perform … Continue reading Kamala Harris Tosses Coin at College Football Game as Border Implodes

Kansas Boy Submits Bug at State Fair, Ignites Federal Investigation

A Kansas boy submitted a lanternfly in the State Fair, earning himself a blue ribbon and prompting a federal investigation. The lanternfly had not yet been spotted in Kansas when the student submitted his bug collection to H-4 judges. According to the Hutchinson News, an entomology judge quickly identified the insect as the extremely invasive lanternfly. … Continue reading Kansas Boy Submits Bug at State Fair, Ignites Federal Investigation

Pinkerton: Democrats Confront the Mysteries of Afghanistan as They Run Interference for Biden’s Debacle

The Last Mistake in Afghanistan?  Probably a lot of Americans thought that the death of 13 American servicemen and women at the Kabul airport on August 26 would be the last tragic debacle of our Afghanistan misadventure.  Indeed, perhaps some Americans felt a little better when they heard the news that the U.S. military had … Continue reading Pinkerton: Democrats Confront the Mysteries of Afghanistan as They Run Interference for Biden’s Debacle

Nolte: Anti-Vaxxers Hype Benign Transmission Numbers as Proof Vax Doesn’t Work

Sometimes I wonder if the anti-Trump-Vaccine (ATV) Twitter accounts that flood my feed are authentic. Actually, I don’t wonder this sometimes; I wonder about it every time my feed is flooded (or the comments here are flooded) with people who freak out after I suggest you go out and get a life-saving vaccine. My beliefs … Continue reading Nolte: Anti-Vaxxers Hype Benign Transmission Numbers as Proof Vax Doesn’t Work

VIDEO: Cops Searching ‘Vast’ Preserve for Brian Laundrie, Beau of Missing Gabby Petito

Authorities are searching in a “vast” Florida preserve after the family of Brian Laundrie, the boyfriend of Gabby Petito, who went missing while the pair were on a cross-country journey, said his location was also unknown. “Be advised that the whereabouts of Brian Laundrie are currently unknown,” the family’s attorney stated Friday. “The FBI is … Continue reading VIDEO: Cops Searching ‘Vast’ Preserve for Brian Laundrie, Beau of Missing Gabby Petito

Report: Police Chief Paid a Woman $50 to Let Him Rape Her 17-Year-Old Relative

A woman in West Virginia allegedly accepted $50 as payment for the local police chief to rape her 17-year-old relative, according to a federal prosecutor. On Wednesday, 28-year-old Kristen Naylor-Legg pled guilty “in a West Virginia federal court to one count of conspiracy to sex traffic a minor,” reported the Washington Post. Naylor-Legg will have … Continue reading Report: Police Chief Paid a Woman $50 to Let Him Rape Her 17-Year-Old Relative

EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Border Patrol Overwhelmed by Continuous Flow of Migrants into Del Rio Camp

DEL RIO, Texas — The flow of mostly Haitian migrants continued unabated into a makeshift camp on the banks of the Rio Grande at Del Rio, Texas. Breitbart Texas captured video of the non-stop flow of migrants across the Rio Grande between Acuna, Coahuila, Mexico, and the camp in Texas. The camp is currently populated … Continue reading EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Border Patrol Overwhelmed by Continuous Flow of Migrants into Del Rio Camp

1619 Project writer Nikole Hannah-Jones named to TIME’s ‘most influential people’

New York Times Magazine reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones, who authored the 1619 Project, has been named to TIME‘s list of the “100 most influential people” in 2021. According to TIME’s announcement regarding Hannah-Jones’ selection, American film director Barry Jenkins said “Hannah-Jones is larger than life,” referring to The 1619 Project as “Nikole’s greatest work.” The New … Continue reading 1619 Project writer Nikole Hannah-Jones named to TIME’s ‘most influential people’

TV Networks Spotlight Border Chaos . . . and DHS Changes Policy

The crush of Haitian migrants at the U.S. border pressured the TV networks to showcase the dramatic wave of illegal migrants who are accepting President Joe Biden’s loose border hospitality. “All three evening newscasts ran full stories on the border crisis tonight, something that hasn’t happened in months,” media expert Rich Noyes told Breitbart News … Continue reading TV Networks Spotlight Border Chaos . . . and DHS Changes Policy

Twin sisters, friend arrested in connection to 2019 murder of teen brother

Police lights via AP. OAN NewsroomUPDATED 3:44 PM PT – Saturday, September 18, 2021 A set of twin sisters in Maryland are arrested and charged in the brutal murder of their 17-year-old brother. Lemae and Leaundra Matthews, 23, face charges connected to the murder of 17-year-old Christian Matthews nearly four years after the teenager was … Continue reading Twin sisters, friend arrested in connection to 2019 murder of teen brother

Lee Zeldin in ‘complete remission’ following leukemia treatment

Rep. Lee. Zeldin, R-N.Y., announced Saturday he is in “complete remission” after receiving treatment from being diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) last November. “Through early detection, last November, I was diagnosed with early stage chronic myeloid leukemia. I then began treatment with an immediately positive response and no side effects,” Zeldin said in a … Continue reading Lee Zeldin in ‘complete remission’ following leukemia treatment

Father of Mich. girl whose hair was cut by teacher files $1M lawsuit

This undated photo provided by Jimmy Hoffmeyer shows his daughter Jurnee Hoffmeyer before a teacher cut her hair on separate occasions. (Jimmy Hoffmeyer via AP) OAN NewsroomUPDATED 2:43 PM PT – Saturday, September 18, 2021 The father of a seven-year-old Michigan girl has filed a lawsuit after a teacher allegedly cut his daughter’s hair without … Continue reading Father of Mich. girl whose hair was cut by teacher files $1M lawsuit

Afghan Survivors of Failed U.S. Drone Strike: Sorry Is ‘Not Enough’

Afghan survivors of the failed U.S. drone strike that killed 10 innocent civilians, including seven children, say “sorry” is not enough and are demanding accountability. On Friday, U.S. Central Command commander General Kenneth McKenzie admitted that the man targeted in the drone strike was aid worker Zemari Ahmadi, who had no connections with ISIS or … Continue reading Afghan Survivors of Failed U.S. Drone Strike: Sorry Is ‘Not Enough’

Rep. Lee Zeldin Beats Cancer: ‘No Evidence of this Disease in My System’

Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY) on Saturday announced that he has achieved “complete remission” in his battle against early stage chronic myeloid leukemia (CML), with which he was diagnosed with last year. “Through early detection, last November, I was diagnosed with early stage chronic myeloid leukemia (CML). I then began treatment with an immediately positive response and … Continue reading Rep. Lee Zeldin Beats Cancer: ‘No Evidence of this Disease in My System’

EXCLUSIVE — Darrell Issa: Biden Administration ‘Disingenuous’ on Number of Americans Stranded in Afghanistan, Could Be 1,000

Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) told Breitbart News Saturday the Biden administration is being completely “disingenuous” on the number of Americans stranded in Afghanistan, estimating the number to be hundreds more than officially claimed. He added that Republicans are currently working to make the identity of the suicide bomber who killed 13 U.S. servicemembers and hundreds … Continue reading EXCLUSIVE — Darrell Issa: Biden Administration ‘Disingenuous’ on Number of Americans Stranded in Afghanistan, Could Be 1,000

Texas Rep. Pfluger visits Del Rio migrant camp as numbers spike, warns ‘worst is yet to come’

FIRST ON FOX: Rep. August Pfluger, R-Texas, on Saturday spoke to Fox News as he visited the site of the migrant surge in Del Rio, Texas, saying that numbers of predominantly Haitian migrants camping there in squalid conditions is approaching 15,000 — and warning the situation could get much worse. “Speaking to Border Patrol agents, … Continue reading Texas Rep. Pfluger visits Del Rio migrant camp as numbers spike, warns ‘worst is yet to come’

Pelosi: Capitalism hasn’t served U.S. as well as it should

LONDON, ENGLAND – SEPTEMBER 16: U.S. Ambassador to the U.K. Philip Reeker (L) speaks with U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (C) and her husband Paul Pelosi following a meeting with Prime Minister Boris Johnson at Downing Street on September 16, 2021 in London, England. (Getty Images) OAN NewsroomUPDATED 1:40 PM PT – Saturday, September 18, … Continue reading Pelosi: Capitalism hasn’t served U.S. as well as it should

‘Justice for J6’: Peaceful Protesters Call for Due Process for Capitol Attack Detainees

Despite reports of potential violence and beefed up security, including the National Guard and fencing, Saturday’s “Justice for J6” rally attracted a few hundred demonstrators and ended without major incidence. Photos and video taken around the Capitol show media and police, many heavily armed and in riot gear, vastly outnumbered protesters, who were gathered in support … Continue reading ‘Justice for J6’: Peaceful Protesters Call for Due Process for Capitol Attack Detainees

New York Inspector General Resigns amid Talk of Potential Ethics Probe

New York State Inspector General Letizia Tagliafierro has resigned amid a revived probe into the Office of the Inspector General (OIG), which pertains to a previous investigation into an illegal leak that was centered around Joe Percoco, a former aide of shamed former Gov. Andrew Cuomo. A spokesperson for the OIG confirmed the resignation to the … Continue reading New York Inspector General Resigns amid Talk of Potential Ethics Probe

Botched Kabul drone strike latest furor involving Milley, who called the operation ‘righteous’

A botched drone strike in Kabul aimed at ISIS-K terrorists, but that the Pentagon admitted on Friday instead killed an aid worker and members of his family including seven children, is the latest furor to involve Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley — who had called the strike “righteous” but on Friday described it … Continue reading Botched Kabul drone strike latest furor involving Milley, who called the operation ‘righteous’

Biden admin worried UN meeting could become COVID-19 ‘superspreader’

The Biden Administration has expressed concern over this year’s U.N. General Assembly, saying it has the potential to become a COVID-19 “superspreader event” as world leaders gather in New York, according to a report from CBS News. “We are concerned about the U.N. event being a superspreader event, and that we need to take all … Continue reading Biden admin worried UN meeting could become COVID-19 ‘superspreader’

President Joe Biden’s Polling Average Under Water

President Joe Biden’s sinking approval rating is reflected in the latest RealClearPolitics (RCP) average, which shows his rating completely under water. As of Saturday, the RCP average, which includes the latest Reuters/Ipsos, Rasmussen Reports, Economist/YouGov, Quinnipiac, Politico/Morning Consult, Monmouth, The Hill/HarrisX, and Trafalgar Group polls, showed Biden’s approval rating standing at 45.3 percent. His disapproval … Continue reading President Joe Biden’s Polling Average Under Water

State Department confirms 28 US citizens onboard Qatar Airways flight that departed Kabul

The State Department confirmed a Qatar Airways charter flight left Kabul, Afghanistan, on Friday, delivering 28 U.S. citizens and 7 lawful permanent residents to safety. State Department spokesperson Ned Price issued a statement Saturday detailing the number of Americans rescued and thanked the Taliban for their “cooperation” with the international community.   “We can confirm … Continue reading State Department confirms 28 US citizens onboard Qatar Airways flight that departed Kabul

Mexican State Cops Stop Buses with Caribbean Migrants Headed for Border, They Kept Walking

Mexican authorities in the state of Tamaulipas stopped more than 15 buses with approximately 400 to 500 migrants heading to the border with Texas. Once the migrants got off the buses, they continued walking north while several motorists gave them rides. Military officials and Tamaulipas state police officers at a checkpoint on Friday stopped the … Continue reading Mexican State Cops Stop Buses with Caribbean Migrants Headed for Border, They Kept Walking

Joe Biden’s Very Bad Friday: Dead Afghan Civilians, FDA Unapproved Booster, France Recalls Ambassador

The Biden-Harris administration Friday suffered three crises, which includes droned Afghan civilians, unapproved of coronavirus booster, and the recalled French ambassador from the United States. The Pentagon, for instance, admitted Friday that Biden’s retaliatory drone strike killed ten Afghan civilians, including seven children, but not any terrorists. The White House had previously claimed to have killed … Continue reading Joe Biden’s Very Bad Friday: Dead Afghan Civilians, FDA Unapproved Booster, France Recalls Ambassador