NBC News Writes First Muslim ‘Backlash’ Story 6 Hours After New York Terror Attack

NBC News began constructing a favorite media narrative in the hours following Tuesday’s terror attack in New York City, posting a story about potential “backlash” against Muslims just six hours after a Muslim man mowed down tourists on a bike path in Manhattan. Shortly after police identified the suspect as…

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Conservative Author Lee Edwards: Trump Is One of Us

President Donald Trump was not born in the conservative movement, but he is doing conservative things, says Lee Edwards, a fellow in at the Heritage Foundation’s Institute for Constitutional Government. Edwards, a longtime conservative and historian of the conservative movement, told LifeZette on Tuesday that Trump is one of the…

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Donald Trump Slams Chuck Schumer, Immigration System in Wake of NYC Terror Attack

President Trump slammed an immigration program Wednesday that he claims admitted the suspect responsible for the attack in New York City. “The terrorist came into our country through what is called the ‘Diversity Visa Lottery Program,’ a Chuck Schumer beauty. I want merit based,” Mr. Trump tweeted, referring to the…

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Some Nashville Entrepreneurs Question Mayor Megan Barry’s Mass Transit Plan

While a number of Nashville entrepreneurs support Mayor Megan Barry’s $5.2 billion mass transit plan, some are saying the proposal is outdated for the needs of today. The Nashville chapter of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization has surveyed members on the proposal for Davidson County, reports Nashville Business Journal. Forty-four of the chapter’s…

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Liberals Lose Their Minds After John Kelly Calls Gen. Robert E. Lee ‘Honorable’

After White House Chief of Staff John Kelly told Fox News host Laura Ingraham that Confederate General Robert E. Lee was “an honorable man” and suggested that the Civil War could have been avoided if an “ability to compromise” was demonstrated, Twitter went berserk and dubbed Kelly a “racist.” During…

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Russell Moore Befuddles and Angers Many with Reformation Day Tweet

Russell Moore, president of the Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC), kicked up a storm Tuesday with a Reformation Day tweet in which he portrayed himself as a theological giant serving as a bridge between Protestantism and Catholicism. The tweet featured a photo of bobblehead dolls of Pope Francis,…

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‘Cosmo Hurts Kids’ Campaign Publishes Message on Memphis Billboard

The “Cosmo Hurts Kids” campaign has left its mark on a Memphis billboard, which cautions that Cosmopolitan magazine features porn. The billboard is on Interstate 40 near Whitten Road, reports WREG News Channel 3. The movement is the work of Victoria Hearst, whose grandfather, publishing titan William Randolph Hearst, acquired the…

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Richard Viguerie Commentary: Be A Third Force, Not A Third Party

by Richard A. Viguerie, ConservativeHQ.com Chairman   As the establishment Republican Party’s Capitol Hill leaders continue to fumble – many would say block – the agenda that elected Donald Trump and built a new and winning conservative – populist political coalition, the mutterings for the formation of a third political…

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Virginia GOP Gubernatorial Candidate Ed Gillespie Slams ‘Latino Victory’ Ad That Plays to Racial Fears As a ‘New Low’

Virginia gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie slammed a new ad on Tuesday that plays on racial fears. “In Virginia, we respect civil discourse, and this is a new low in politics here,” Mr. Gillespie, a Republican, said on Fox News. “It’s a sad day. I was glad when a couple of…

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Manafort Prosecutor Has a History of Bullying, Withholding Information, Critics Say

Andrew Weissmann, a key prosecutor on special counsel Robert Mueller’s team, has a history of aggressive tactics in pursuing targets — including actions that critics argue have crossed ethical boundaries. Reporters covering Mueller’s probe of Russia’s election interference saw Weissmann entering the grand jury room in U.S. District Court in…

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Gubernatorial Candidate Diane Black Hits Hard on Randy Boyd’s ‘B-Roll Run’

Representative Diane Black’s latest hit on fellow gubernatorial candidate Randy Boyd is sure to have news professionals chortling with the clever use of the media jargon ‘b-roll’ to describe Mr. Boyd’s 100-day publicity tour of Tennessee featuring his literally running across the state. The term ‘b-roll’ – sometimes called ‘cutaways’ –…

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