Hysterical Media Outlets React in Horror to Trump… Yet Again

Okay. Let’s get this out of the way at the outset. The Trump press conference in Helsinki was a misstep. Which was corrected when seriously responsible people like former House Speaker Newt Gingrich stepped up to the plate and respectfully said so. But. The but comes from the massive – and IOK do mean massive – media meltdown that instantly followed.  Typical of the breed was my old colleague David Gergen over at CNN, who said in a discussion with Anderson Cooper (who himself called the presser an “embarrassment”): Moreover –>

New law lets parents veto schools’ sex ed

Alfred Kinsey A new state law in Indiana gives parents the right to veto an offensive sex education agenda adopted by their local school district, and the legal team at Liberty Counsel has prepared a sample letter for parents to take control of that facet of their childrens’ educations. It’s bad news for supporters the sexually permissive curriculum of the Kinsey Institute, Planned Parenthood, GLSEN, Gay Straight Alliance, SIECUS and many others. Liberty Counsel said Tuesday it is notifying all Indiana public schools about Public Law 154, “which mandates at least two written requests for parental consent or nonconsent before Moreover –>

Satellite images give the lie to claim that the deadly Branson thunderstorm “came out of nowhere”

Weather forecasts and remote sensing imagery show that the Branson duck boat tragedy was avoidable The duck boat tragedy in Branson, Missouri, was made all the more horrible by the fact that it was completely avoidable. While Jim Pattison Jr., president of the company that owns Ride the Ducks Branson, claimed the storm “came out of nowhere,” nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, a severe thunderstorm watch had been issued by the National Weather Service at 11:20 a.m. Centr Moreover –>

Government’s Already-Dismal Budget Forecast Just Got 106% Worse

Authored by Simon Black via SovereignMan.com, This week, the Office of Management and Budget released a new report called the “Mid-Session Review” of the US federal budget. It’s something they’re required by law to do – periodically review and update the government’s budget and track the changes. The last government budget update was released in February. And according to the February budget, the government’s deficit for this fiscal year was going to be a whopping $873 billion. Now they’re projecting to close this fiscal year (which ends on September 30th) with a deficit of $890 billion… which means they’re over-budget by just Moreover –>

Aquaman Comic-Con Trailer (2018) | Movieclips Trailers

► Watch more from Comic-Con 2018: http://bit.ly/2KN8hYA AND watch Your Opinion Sucks LIVE Saturday @ 5pm PST: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3MpqzsDdLk8 Check out the official Aquaman Trailer starring Jason Momoa! Let us know what you think in the comments below. ► Buy Tickets to Aquaman: https://www.fandango.com/aquaman-208499/movie-overview?cmp=MCYT_YouTube_Desc US Release Date: December 21, 2018 Starring: Jason Momoa, Amber Heard, Nicole Kidman Directed By: James Wan Synopsis: Arthur Curry learns that he is the heir to the underwater kingdom of Atlantis, and must step forward to lead his people and to be a hero to the world. Watch More Trailers: ► Hot New Trailers: http://bit.ly/2qThrsF ► Moreover –>

Fortnite: Epic Responds to Cheating Accusations in Yesterday’s Summer Skirmish

Accusations against the winner of yesterday’s Fortnite Summer Skirmish competition has led Epic to respond with an investigation of their own. Player iDroPz_BoDiEs won an incredible $130,000 after winning several matches with a total of 129 eliminations over ten games. Two back-to-back matches saw the player kill over 20 opponents each time and fans quickly suspected the PlayStation 4 player was using a keyboard and mouse to gain an unfair advantage. The accused player did not stream his matches live, but he did upload replay footage of the matches. This stirred even more speculation and fans began to suggest collusion with other Moreover –>

Key Words: Kissinger talks Putin, Trump, AI and more over lunch with the FT

Henry Kissinger, the former secretary of state and national-security adviser under Presidents Nixon and Ford sat down to lunch with the Financial Times and, over the course of two hours (and three courses), offered his unique perspectives on the “special” U.S.-U.K. relationship, on artificial intelligence, on Donald Trump’s meeting in Helsinki with Russia’s Vladimir Putin, on the late Zbigniew Brzezinski, and on one of his most famous utterances. Moreover –>

How tiny Liechtenstein aims to become a big player in blockchain

GUEST: Arriving in Vaduz, the capital of Liechtenstein, is like walking onto the set of Frozen or some other classic Disney movie. The Prince’s castle sits perched on the side of a mountain, overlooking the small town below. With a population of only 36,000, every citizen of the country could comfortably fit inside Yankee stadium, and a third of th…Read More Moreover –>

Meet the man behind NYC’s favorite pun-filled showdown

It’s a scorching Tuesday night in Gowanus and Fred Firestone has his noise-canceling headphones on standby. He’ll need them when some 400 raucous millennials pour into the Littlefield venue, looking to be entertained by one thing: puns. “I’m quite certain my hearing is not what it was when we first started in 2011,” said the… Moreover –>