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CNN’s Tapper: Alabama Could Become ‘Something of a Laughingstock If It Actually Votes for Roy Moore’

byPam Key30 Nov 20170 30 Nov, 201730 Nov, 2017 Thursday on CNN’s “The Lead,” while discussing a Twitter feud between Alabama GOP Senate nominee Roy Moore and late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel, host Jake Tapper said if Alabama “actually votes” for Moore, they risk “becoming something of a laughingstock.”. Tapper said, “Let’s talk more with our panel right now. We

Mark Steyn: Steinle Verdict ‘a Miscarriage of Justice in the Profoundest Sense’

byJeff Poor30 Nov 20170 30 Nov, 201730 Nov, 2017 Thursday on Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” conservative commentator Mark Steyn ripped a San Francisco jury’s decision to acquit Jose Ines Garcia Zarate of murder and manslaughter charges for the death of Kate Steinle. “I think it is a miscarriage of justice in the profoundest sense in that Kate Steinle is

Jackie Mason: 2017, ‘The Year of the Pervert’ (Exclusive)

In these trying times, Jackie Mason is the Voice of Reason. In his latest exclusive clip for Breitbart News, Jackie goes over the latest allegations in the ongoing sex scandal currently roiling Hollywood, politics, and the media. And as usual, Jackie’s here to makes some diagnoses. “It turned out to be a very interesting year this year,” Jackie explains. “You know, 2017

Tillerson on Reports of Ouster: ‘It’s Laughable’

byPam Key1 Dec 20170 1 Dec, 20171 Dec, 2017 Friday while welcoming Libya’s Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj to the State Department, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said reports of his pending departure were “laughable.” When asked about reports the Trump administration is seeking his resignation, Tillerson said, “It’s laughable.” (h/t The Hill) Follow Pam Key on

Limbaugh: Timing of Flynn Charges ‘May Not Be Coincidental’ — ‘Look at All the News It Has Swept Off the Front Pages’

byJeff Poor1 Dec 20170 1 Dec, 20171 Dec, 2017 Friday on his nationally syndicated radio show, conservative talker Rush Limbaugh questioned the timing of the announcement former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn had been charged by special counsel Robert Mueller for lying to the FBI. Limbaugh suggested the timing of the news was to draw the attention away from