Bump Stocks Are Flying Off The Shelves Before Possibly Getting Banned

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Bump stocks are flying off the shelves online after Democrats immediately called for gun control legislation after the horrific Las Vegas Shooting Sunday. Designed to enable a semi-automatic weapon to fire like a fully automatic weapon, bump stocks are usually available for purchase on the Internet but Walmart and Cabela’s— two of the nation’s largest gun sellers — appear […]

Reducing Corporate Tax Rate to 20% Could Help Lift GDP to 4%

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BY: Ali Meyer Kevin Hassett, the chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, says that lowering the corporate tax rate to 20 percent, as part of President Donald Trump’s tax reform proposal suggests, could help lift GDP by 4 percent in the first year. Speaking to the Tax Policy Center and the Tax Foundation, Hassett said […]

Report: Las Vegas Strip shooter targeted aviation fuel tanks

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The Las Vegas Review-Journal dropped more information on the plans of the Las Vegas shooter: Las Vegas Strip mass murderer Stephen Paddock used his Mandalay Bay hotel room to fire bullets at jet fuel tanks Sunday night, a knowledgeable source told the Las Vegas Review-Journal. The bullets left two holes in one of two circular […]

Critics: U.N. Squandering U.S. Aid for Reconstruction Projects in Christian, Yazidi Areas of Iraq

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BY: Susan Crabtree An attorney for the Catholic archdiocese in northern Iraq accused the State Department and United Nations of failing to ensure that millions of dollars in U.S. taxpayer-funded foreign aid is actually helping to rebuild Christian and Yazidi communities destroyed by the Islamic State. Stephen Rasche, the legal counsel and director of internally […]

NYT Falsely Reports Trump Admin Blocked Puerto Ricans From Using Food Stamps for Hot Meals

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BY: Alex Griswold The New York Times falsely reported earlier this week that the Trump administration was blocking food stamp recipients in hurricane-stricken Puerto Rico from using the federal subsistence to eat hot meals. On Tuesday, the Times reported Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló complained, “the federal government had denied a request to allow hurricane victims in Puerto Rico who […]

ISIS praises Las Vegas Shooter, warns “A long night is coming Americans”

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ISIS once again inserted itself into the Las Vegas shooting with another threat sent out: From Memri.org: A pro-ISIS channel named Las Vegas USA is dedicated to celebrating yesterday’s attack, criticizing President Trump, and issuing further threats. One graphic shows an image of President Trump waving on one side, and the other side of the graphic […]

Michelle Obama: ‘All Men, All White’ GOP Makes People Distrust Politics

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Former first lady Michelle Obama claims the Republican Party’s lack of diversity makes Americans distrust the political process. During an on-stage interview at the Pennsylvania Conference for Women Tuesday, Obama shared why she thinks diversity is so important. “We should be working actively to mix it up, so we’re getting a real broad range of perspectives […]

Chicago Alone Accounts For 10 Percent Of Mass Shootings In The US

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Chicago accounted for approximately 10 percent of mass shootings during a 17-month period in the U.S., according to data analyzed by The Daily Caller News Foundation. The New York Times Editorial Board created a graphic depicting the total amount of mass shootings committed between June 12, 2016 (the Pulse Nightclub attack) and Oct. 1, 2017 (the Las […]