Man Suspected of Painting Swastikas on Trump’s Hollywood Walk of Fame Star Arrested

Law enforcement arrested a Los Angles man on Sunday suspected of defacing President Donald Trump’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star with Nazi symbols. Los Angeles Police Department spokesperson Mike Lopez said Jose Ortega, 29, was arrested on suspicion of felony vandalism after the president’s star was spray-painted with swastikas. According to Lopez, an unnamed witness spotted Ortega tagging the star … Continue reading Man Suspected of Painting Swastikas on Trump’s Hollywood Walk of Fame Star Arrested

Donald Trump Demands Wall for Christmas During Shutdown

President Donald Trump said the United States needed more border security, during remarks to reporters on Christmas Day at the White House. “The people of this country want border security,” he said, demanding “a wall, a fence, whatever they want to call it.” The president spoke to reporters after calling the troops from the White … Continue reading Donald Trump Demands Wall for Christmas During Shutdown

The Nine Biggest Takedowns of Food Stamp Fraud in 2018

Trump administration officials have been making efforts throughout the year to keep people from relying on food stamps and other forms of welfare, but they have also made strides in taking down criminals committing food stamp fraud for financial gain. The food stamp program is a federally-funded program administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture … Continue reading The Nine Biggest Takedowns of Food Stamp Fraud in 2018

Trump Signs Bill Naming Post Office After Khizr Khan’s Son Humayun

President Donald Trump signed a bill into law naming a Virginia post office after the slain U.S. Army Captain Humayun Khan, whose family sparred with then-candidate Trump during the 2016 presidential election. The White House on Friday announced President Trump signed H.R. 3184, designating the postage facility at 180 McCormick Road in Charlottesville, Virginia, as the Captain … Continue reading Trump Signs Bill Naming Post Office After Khizr Khan’s Son Humayun

Pictures: Royals Walk Out For Christmas Day Church Service

Members of the Royal Family including Queen Elizabeth II and new addition Meghan, Duchess of Sussex were cheered on by a crowd of well-wishers as they arrived for a Christmas day Church service in Sandringham, Norfolk. The Royal Family traditionally spend Christmas in Sandringham, the private home of the Queen and not a Royal palace like the … Continue reading Pictures: Royals Walk Out For Christmas Day Church Service

Pope Urges Nations to Celebrate Diversity in Christmas Message

In his yearly Christmas message, Pope Francis urged the world to celebrate differences among people as a source of enrichment rather than a liability. “Our differences,” the pope told the 50,000 people gathered in Saint Peter’s Square for his Urbi et Orbi blessing, “are not a detriment or a danger; they are a source of … Continue reading Pope Urges Nations to Celebrate Diversity in Christmas Message

World View: Christmas in Bethlehem Is the Biggest in Years

This morning’s key headlines from GenerationalDynamics.com Christmas in Bethlehem is the biggest in years DJIA falls 650 points on Monday Christmas in Bethlehem is the biggest in years Christmas eve celebrations at Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem on Monday (AFP) It is Christmas in Bethlehem today (Tuesday). Bethlehem is unique in that it celebrates … Continue reading World View: Christmas in Bethlehem Is the Biggest in Years

Six Ways China Uses Economic Villainy to Edge Out Competitors

China claims to be interested in free and fair “win-win” trade deals but, in reality, its economic practices have always been unfair and predatory. Some of the worst examples include: Mercantilism: The great economic crime of China, the sin from which all of its other sins flow, is a state-controlled economy that requires a whole … Continue reading Six Ways China Uses Economic Villainy to Edge Out Competitors

Crash of the Pink Tide: Latin America Continues Shift Rightwards in 2018

Latin America has continued its shift towards right-wing, anti-socialist leaders in the year 2018, electing new administrations in Colombia, Brazil, and Chile to change the political climate of a continent dominated by left-wing governments in the 21st century so far. For most of the 2000s, Latin America’s largest nations were dominated by various hard-left leaders … Continue reading Crash of the Pink Tide: Latin America Continues Shift Rightwards in 2018

German Fake News Journo Accused of Embezzling Money Meant for Syrian Orphans

Former Der Spiegel star journalist Claas Relotius, who was exposed for inventing facts and interviews in his stories for years, has now been accused of embezzling money allegedly meant for Syrian orphans in Turkey. Mr Relotius allegedly took donations from readers following the publication of his article “Königskinder,” which was published in July 2016, to a personal bank account. … Continue reading German Fake News Journo Accused of Embezzling Money Meant for Syrian Orphans

Patriotic Countries That Rejected the UN’s Global Governance of Migration in 2018

2018 was the year that the United Nations made it first attempt at the global governance of migration — a move rejected by patriotic countries like the United States, Hungary, Israel, and Australia. On December 19th, 152 countries at the UN General Assembly in New York City voted in favour of adopting the Global Compact for … Continue reading Patriotic Countries That Rejected the UN’s Global Governance of Migration in 2018

Bah, Humbug! Fed Chair Jerome Powell Gives America Financial Panic for Christmas

Americans may be wondering if there is something to President Donald Trump’s persistent criticism of U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell after markets closed for the Christmas Day holiday in a virtual financial panic. The Dow Jones Industrial Average suffered its worst day of Christmas Eve trading ever, falling over 640 points. Analysts blamed Secretary … Continue reading Bah, Humbug! Fed Chair Jerome Powell Gives America Financial Panic for Christmas

Three Democrats Who Called Trump ‘The Grinch’ During Wall Shutdown Fight

Several Democrats called President Donald Trump “The Grinch Who Stole Christmas” during the government shutdown fight over wall funding last weekend. During the government shutdown fight over Trump’s proposed $5 billion in wall funding, Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) compared the president to Dr. Suess’s “the Grinch” on CNN. Kaine, who was Hillary Clinton’s vice presidential … Continue reading Three Democrats Who Called Trump ‘The Grinch’ During Wall Shutdown Fight

Donald Trump and Melania Trump Attend Church in D.C. for Christmas

President Donald Trump attended church late Christmas Eve at the National Cathedral in Washington, DC, to celebrate the birth of Jesus. The president usually attends Christmas services at the Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea in Palm Beach, Florida, where he and the first lady spend their Christmas vacation. This year, the president opted to remain in … Continue reading Donald Trump and Melania Trump Attend Church in D.C. for Christmas

National Christmas Tree Reopens After Receiving Funding

The National Christmas Tree has reopened after securing funding allowing it to operate until January 1st, according to the National Park Service. WJLA reports that a grant from the National Park Foundation has allowed the National Christmas Tree to reopen and operate until January 1st. The tree is located south of the White House on the Ellipse … Continue reading National Christmas Tree Reopens After Receiving Funding

Former Pakistani PM Gets 7 Years Prison for Corruption

A Pakistani court on Monday sentenced former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to seven years in prison and ordered him to pay $25 million in fines for corruption. The judge determined that Sharif’s investments went beyond his declared assets. Pakistani Judge Arshad Malik reportedly wrote: The prosecution has successfully established all the ingredients of the offense … Continue reading Former Pakistani PM Gets 7 Years Prison for Corruption

China to Nigeria: Investigate ‘Badly Burned’ Bodies of Chinese Workers

Chinese diplomats are reportedly urging local law enforcement in Nigeria to step up their investigation into the “cruel” murder of three Chinese factory workers whose burned corpses authorities recently found in Lagos, the African country’s most populous city, the South China Morning Post (SCMP) reported Sunday. SCMP noted: According to the official radio station of … Continue reading China to Nigeria: Investigate ‘Badly Burned’ Bodies of Chinese Workers

TV Guide Calls Actor Chris Pratt ‘Problematic’ for Hunting and Raising Lambs on His Farm

TV Guide labeled Hollywood actor Chris Pratt “problematic,” citing the Guardians of the Galaxy star’s love of hunting and dismissal of contemporary outrage culture. In an article entitled, “How to love Chris Pratt without hating yourself,” TV Guide ranked Pratt at number five on its 12 Day of Chris-Mas’ article series — a list presenting a different Hollywood star … Continue reading TV Guide Calls Actor Chris Pratt ‘Problematic’ for Hunting and Raising Lambs on His Farm

Iran’s Former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Says ‘Merry Christmas’

Former president of Iran Mahmoud Ahmadinejad posted a video on Twitter Monday wishing followers a Merry Christmas. Ahmadinejad, who once declared, “I will stop Christianity in this country” while he was the president and whose tenure was characterized by the brutal repression of pro-democracy dissidents, also wished his Twitter followers a happy new year. Iran, an Islamic … Continue reading Iran’s Former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Says ‘Merry Christmas’

Bleak Christmas in Venezuela as Families Go Hungry

Many in Venezuela are facing their bleakest Christmas holiday season yet as the country’s economic and humanitarian crisis means many families will be unable to buy presents or even eat. In the capital of Caracas, the streets are lined with Christmas decorations, although few are feeling the festive cheer. Engineer Armando Holguín, 53, told EFE that the … Continue reading Bleak Christmas in Venezuela as Families Go Hungry

Trump Says Contract Awarded to Build 115 Miles of Border Wall in Texas

President Donald Trump claims he has awarded a contract to construct 115 miles of border wall in Texas as a partial government shutdown over the U.S.-Mexico border wall extends into Christmas Eve. “I am in the Oval Office & just gave out a 115-mile long contract for another large section of the Wall in Texas,” President … Continue reading Trump Says Contract Awarded to Build 115 Miles of Border Wall in Texas

Homeowner’s Son Shoots Suspect Allegedly Stealing on Christmas Eve

A Jacksonville, Florida, homeowner’s son shot a suspect who was allegedly stealing a TV and an XBox game system on Christmas Eve. News4Jax reports that the incident occurred “in the Woodstock area of Jacksonville’s Westside” on Christmas Eve. ActionNews Jax reports that the homeowner’s 22-year-old son caught the suspect outside and fired the shots, resulting … Continue reading Homeowner’s Son Shoots Suspect Allegedly Stealing on Christmas Eve

New York Times Pressures Credit Card Giants to Blacklist Gun Purchasers

The New York Times (NYT) is pressuring credit card giants to monitor customers’ buying habits and blacklist gun purchases. The Times suggests banks are “unwittingly financing mass shootings” by allowing individuals to use their cards to buy firearms and related accessories. The NYT observes: Two days before Omar Mateen killed 49 people and wounded 53 more at the … Continue reading New York Times Pressures Credit Card Giants to Blacklist Gun Purchasers

Watch — Thousands of Conservatives Gathering for Student Action Summit: ‘We Had No Organization Before Turning Point’

The 4th annual Turning Point USA Student Action Summit in West Palm Beach, Florida, saw more than four thousand high school college students, from all 50 states and from Canada to Australia, turn out to hear speeches from the conservative firebrands and learned skills to help advance conservative causes on their campuses. The four-day event featured … Continue reading Watch — Thousands of Conservatives Gathering for Student Action Summit: ‘We Had No Organization Before Turning Point’

NBC’s Todd: When Democrats Fall in Love with Candidates Like Beto, They Win

Monday on MSNBC’s “MTP Daily,” host Chuck Todd said when the Democratic Party falls “in line” with candidates like Hillary Clinton, they lose, as opposed to when the party falls “in love” with candidates like former President Barack Obama or Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D-TX), they win. Todd asked, “What is the mood of the Democratic primary … Continue reading NBC’s Todd: When Democrats Fall in Love with Candidates Like Beto, They Win

District Attorney: Father Shot, Killed His 25-Year-Old Son in Self-Defense

Two days before Christmas a father in Wayne County, Tennessee, shot and killed his 25-year-old son in what law enforcement describes as self-defense. The Tennessean reports that 47-year-old Greg Bratcher shot and killed his 25-year-old son, Jansen Bratcher, Sunday at 2:20 p.m. The father called 911 after shooting his son and police arrived to find the father performing … Continue reading District Attorney: Father Shot, Killed His 25-Year-Old Son in Self-Defense

Leftist NY Mag Reporter: Wall Support Based on ‘Hateful’ ‘Breitbart Type Worldview’

New York Magazine‘s Olivia Nuzzi — a regular CNN guest and alumnus of the Daily Beast — repeatedly denied that ideologically left wing or partisan Democrat politics shape her professional conduct as a reporter during a Saturday interview on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal with Steve Scully. Four of five of the show’s callers-in, however, rejected Nuzzi’s … Continue reading Leftist NY Mag Reporter: Wall Support Based on ‘Hateful’ ‘Breitbart Type Worldview’