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Devin Nunes needs to follow through on his threats to hold Rosenstein and others responsible for their refusal to cooperate. It’s later than he thinks.

Stanford University, like most colleges and universities in America today, has a massive problem with the fascist suppression of the freedom of speech by hard-Left elements that control the administration and faculty. It’s a scandal of immense proportions, and at Stanford, as elsewhere, they don’t even have a clue that it’s happening.

“War is being declared on the conservative movement in this space and conservatives are losing — badly.”

US intelligence officials have admitted that the US launched the attack against Syria without being able to confirm that a sarin chemical attack had taken place.

“The Second Amendment protects an individual right to possess a firearm.” – DC v. Heller

Eighteen-year-old Will Riley is a high school student from New Mexico who is organizing a student-led walkout in support of the Second Amendment.

This murder, with the killers screaming “Allahu akbar” as they murdered Phillip Cardillo, certainly followed the jihadi playbook.

Tariq Ramadan is extremely lucky. If he is judged according to Islamic law, he will almost certainly be found innocent. In Islam, the testimony of a female in court is worth half that of a man (Quran 2:282). If Ramadan is found guilty, he should thank France for having a secular democratic justice system. Otherwise, under Sharia, he would be stoned to death for adultery, as done in Somalia.

The store, Jaguar Power Sports, flies flags from each of the military branches, plus a pair of American flags and a Jacksonville Jaguars flag. According to city ordinances, the military flags were against code, which is what led city inspector Melinda Powers into their store on Monday.

The social media giant that has come under scrutiny for its Nazi-like censorship of conservative voices on its platform with its CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, claiming he had no knowledge of it, is facing a class action lawsuit that alleges they stole biometric data without users’ consent, which a US judge just ruled can go forward.