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Al Sharpton is angry his taxes pay for Jefferson Memorial — then Twitter hits him with brutal fact check

The Blaze - Sat, 08/19/2017 - 14:50

In the debate on the place of confederate statues in American society, liberal political commentator Al Sharpton is firmly on the side of: absolutely nowhere.

He made that abundantly clear during a recent interview with PBS’ Charlie Rose.

It’s personal

During his interview with Rose, Sharpton said that he doesn’t want his tax dollars to support monuments honoring even men who owned slaves. Specifically, he mentioned the monstrous Thomas Jefferson memorial in Washington D.C.

“This is personal to us. My great grandfather was a slave in South Carolina,” Sharpton said. “People need to understand that people were enslaved.”

Defund them

Because his family was a victim of slavery, Sharpton said his tax dollars shouldn’t be forced to support an image of what he feels is oppression.

“Public monuments [to people like Jefferson] are supported by public funds,” Sharpton said. “You’re asking me to subsidize the insult to my family.”

Instead of placing them prominently in society, Sharpton suggested the monuments be placed in private museums.

The hypocrisy of it all

After the interview aired, people were quick to point out the hypocrisy of Sharpton’s comments. He doesn’t want his money to go to these monuments, yet he is notoriously known for owing millions to the Internal Revenue Service.

How can he complain when he doesn’t pay his taxes?

Al Sharpton should pay his back taxes before he preaches on public funds

— Deplorable Covfefe (@Trump_Videos) August 18, 2017

Al Sharpton says "our tax dollars are paying for these public monuments".
When did he start paying taxes?

— David Fricke (@frickeville) August 19, 2017

Tell Al Sharpton to pay all his back taxes first.

— Darren Gaskin (@kentuckyrunner) August 18, 2017

Al Sharpton needs to pay his taxes before he has a say in what the government funds.

— James Bush (@jlbush62sanger) August 18, 2017

Al Sharpton has no say – he does not pay his taxes, should actually be in jail.

— RonnieRaySr. (@ronnieraysr) August 18, 2017

Hypocrisy 2.0

It’s understandable to not want your hard-earned money to support things that you don’t agree with or support. But it’s a bit rich coming from Sharpton who, after all, advocates the taxpayer funding of Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest provider of abortions.

Double standard much, Al?

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How “gone” is Steve Bannon really?

HotAir - Sat, 08/19/2017 - 14:31

In some ways it’s kind of amazing that in the midst of terror attacks abroad, racial unrest at home and police shootings in two states overnight there is a big segment of the media still focusing more on Steve Bannon than anything else. The catnip factor is understandable of course, particularly for those of us who live and breathe American politics, but normally the dismissal of a problematic adviser really wouldn’t be such a huge story. But it is what it is and now he’s gone.

But is he really? Mike Allen at Axios is pitching an alternate theory (parts of which I actually subscribe to) mixed in with a heaping dose of some back yard fence style gossip. His opening gambit is a series of both off-the-record and on-the-record quotes and factoids meant to indicate that the Trump – Bannon relationship is really on the rocks. (Emphasis in original)

At the end, Trump was beyond fed up, viewing Bannon as a self-aggrandizer who had built a personal narrative as the grand puppetmaster.

  • “Who the f**k does this guy think he is?” Trump has said incredulously to associates.
  • Axios’ Jonathan Swan tells me it’s no surprise Trump didn’t issue a farewell message on Friday: The president can’t stand Bannon at the moment. (Trump tweeted a belated “Thanks S” about Bannon on Saturday morning.)
  • But few people are ever really gone from Trumpworld, and we bet it won’t be long before Bannon is regularly gossiping with Trump and counseling him.

Some of this is, to be clear, the beltway and blogosphere equivalent of the latest hot rumors about who hates who this week in the Kardashian clan. (Or whether it’s really splitsville for Oprah and Stedman, for you older readers.) Steve Bannon was, from the beginning, probably the most controversial person in the Trump inner circle and even as the President seemed to remain loyal to him, it was a race between the Democrats, the establishment Republicans and the media to see who hated him the most. Detecting any blood in their chummy swimming pool would be huge news for those looking for another crack in Trump’s armor.

But are things really so bad between the two men? You might get that impression from Axios, but then we’ve got Bloomberg reporting that Bannon is saying he’s “going to war for Trump.” (Which, if you’re in the Oval Office, is far preferable to going to war against Trump. You can insert some wisdom of the elders here about having a guy inside the tent peeing out rather than vice versa.) Indicators like that may support Mike Allen’s next point (that being the one I agree with), saying that Bannon really isn’t all that gone and will soon likely hold his old post again, but unofficially and operating out of the Breitbart offices rather than the White House.

So Steve Bannon will remain in the president’s ear and in his head, telling Trump to be Trump. And that’s a message this president has never been known to resist.

Having Bannon on the Security Council was obviously a burr under many saddles, along with any other official duties which may have shown up on his daily schedule. But what was his primary job to begin with? He was a presidential adviser. That’s about as vague of a title as you could ask for, and if that’s the voice and style that Trump likes to hear while mulling things over, how long do you suppose that relationship is put on hold? So meetings inside the Oval Office wind up being replaced by DMs on Twitter at all hours of the day and night? It’s true that Bannon won’t be there to personally badger the more establishment, globalist voices in the Oval Office inner circle, but something tells me that his opinions on other personnel will still be heard when the President is looking for advice.

So is Steve Bannon gone? Well… at least physically, yes. But he’s most likely very far from forgotten.

The post How “gone” is Steve Bannon really? appeared first on Hot Air.

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College students petition to have Trump’s honorary degree revoked

The Blaze - Sat, 08/19/2017 - 14:05

”Students at Leigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, started a Change.org petition to have President Donald Trump’s honorary degree revoked. They feel as though Trump’s policies contradict the goals and values of the university.

Going against the grid

According to the petition, Trump’s campaign tactics and policies in the White House go against the university’s principles and values. The petition cites the college’s “Principles of Our Equitable Community” that was drafted in 2011.

One of the main “principles” the university adopted was the promise to “maintain an inclusive and equitable community” that is founded on the principles of “unity and respect,” something petition signers feel Trump is actively working against.

“These principles are antithetical to the behaviors and statements of Donald Trump during his presidency and on the campaign trail,” the petition stated.

Contradicting principles

According to the petition, Trump’s policies are contradictory to the university’s principles, especially when it relates to immigration and banning transgenders from serving in the military.

“Trump does not confer dignity to groups like Mexicans and Mexican-Americans by referring to them as ‘rapists’ and ‘bad hombres,'” the petition said. “…Trump has made it clear that he does not support or promote the open expression of these members’ individuality. It is entirely hypocritical for Trump to express support for these members during his campaign while simultaneously declaring it a ‘big favor’ to the military by removing their right to serve.”

Revoke his honorary degree

The over 20,000 petition signers feel that Trump has rejected diversity, which “does not reflect Lehigh University’s values.”

“Allowing Donald Trump to retain his honorary degree represents a hollow and superficial ideological commitment from Lehigh to these principles,” the petition stated.

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Liberals want to destroy Confederate statues. Now Bill Clinton’s victims have proposal of their own.

The Blaze - Sat, 08/19/2017 - 13:39

After racially fueled violence descended on Charlottesville, Virginia, last weekend provoked by white supremacists, discussion about confederate monuments and their place in American society has taken center stage in the national spotlight. Should they stay or be taken down?

Americans remain highly divided on the issue. But at least two people are very sure of a monument that needs to be torn down.

Breaking out the sledge

Juanita Broaddrick made headlines earlier this week when she declared that she desires to take a sledgehammer to a monument of former President Bill Clinton in South Dakota. Broaddrick alleged that Clinton raped her decades ago when he was attorney general of Arkansas.

“I would like to ‘personally’ use a sledgehammer on it, with the help of Kathleen Willey and Paula Jones,” she told the American Mirror. “Bill Clinton is abhorrent and morally deficient, to say the least.”

According to the publication, there is a statue honoring the 42nd president on the corner of 7th and Saint Joseph Street in Rapid City, South Dakota.

She’s got backup

Paula Jones, another one of Clinton’s alleged victims, backed Broaddrick in a Facebook post.

“Taylor Swift was only grabbed on the [a**]. That’s so wrong. But, not near as offensive as the governor groping you and showing you his little crooked [genitalia] and asking for sexual favors,” Jones wrote on Facebook accompanied with a picture of the Clinton statue.

Context

Clinton has long been accused of sexual misconduct, spanning from his time as a politician in Arkansas and most famously during his years at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. The allegations came to a head during his second presidential term when the House of Representatives impeached him for perjury when he lied under oath about having sexual relations with a West Wing intern, Monica Lewinsky.

Though Clinton was impeached, the Senate voted not to remove him from office.

Jones sued Clinton in 1994 for allegedly making a “crude sexual proposal” after summoning her to a hotel room when he was governor of Arkansas. Clinton settled with Jones for $850,000 in 1998, according to the New York Times.

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Non-citizens are gaining voting rights and some folks couldn’t be happier

HotAir - Sat, 08/19/2017 - 13:01

Joshua A. Douglas at the Washington Post has some great news for people who think that pesky questions about things like your citizenship status shouldn’t be an impediment to voting. Help is on the way! After burning through a paragraph or two talking about how there’s no need for a voter fraud commission because, well… that’s just silly, he gets down to the uplifting stories of communities who have decided to allow legal non-citizens to vote.

In November, San Francisco voters approved Proposition N, which grants the right to vote in school board elections to noncitizen parents and guardians living in the city. The noncitizen voters must be at least 18 years old and cannot be in prison or on parole for a felony conviction. The law goes into effect for the November 2018 school board election.

The theory behind expanded voting rights for noncitizens is to enfranchise people who have a direct stake in school policies. As San Francisco Assemblyman David Chiu (D) — himself the son of immigrants — explained: “One out of three kids in the San Francisco unified school system has a parent who is an immigrant, who is disenfranchised and doesn’t have a voice. We’ve had legal immigrants who’ve had children go through the entire K-12 system without having a say.”

The fact that this is coming out of San Francisco will come as absolutely no surprise to regular readers. They seem to be holding a contest these days to figure out who can come up with the next, most outrageous proposal to thumb their nose at immigration law, even if this doesn’t fit neatly into that basket. It’s important to note that the San Francisco plan, at least nor now, it talking about non-citizens who are the country legally. (e.g. green card holders.)

And it’s also important to point out that they’re only talking about municipal elections, not congressional races or votes for the presidency. When it comes to things like school board elections (which are actually very important) it’s really up to the community rather than the federal government. It sounds like a terrible precedent to set to me, but I don’t live there. Voting – at any level – is one of those precious privileges which should inspire you to work hard and obtain your citizenship.

But before we write off this idea as completely harmless, other locations have already enacted or are preparing to enact measures which would absolutely allow illegal aliens to vote. One of those is a suburb of Baltimore, Maryland. (Fox News)

A D.C. suburb in Maryland is considering a plan that would give undocumented immigrants the right to vote, making their city the largest in the Old Line State to do so.

The city, which is home of the University of Maryland’s main campus and nearly 30,000 residents, is weighing approval of the new measure to let noncitizens cast ballots for mayor and City Council, The Baltimore Sun reported Sunday.

Supporters of the measure say that local elections focus on issues like trash collection, and other municipal services and they are issues that affect residents of the city, regardless of their citizenship status.

The proposal in Maryland deliberately avoids making any reference to the legal status of the immigrant and that’s by their own admission. One prominent supporter and former City Council member said, “We very intentionally made it so that we did not have questions about citizenship status. It undermines the premise of noncitizen voting to try to draw a distinction.”

No, what it undermines is the rule of law because there’s a massive distinction between people in the country legally using green cards or visas and those who are illegal aliens. And allowing the latter group to vote devalues the entire system. But hey, Maryland… you do you, as the kids say. I suppose as long as you’re making headlines with your efforts to #RESIST then all’s well that ends well.

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Counter protesters descend on Boston, violence ensues

The Blaze - Sat, 08/19/2017 - 12:40

Things are heating up in Boston, Massachusetts, on Saturday morning as counter protesters take to the streets to articulate their disdain for the “Free Speech Rally” that was scheduled weeks ago, the Associated Press reported.

Protesters chanted anti-Nazi slogans and waved signs condemning white supremacy.

In preparation for the rally, Boston Police Commissioner William Evans said Friday that 500 officers — some in uniform, others undercover — would be on the ground to keep violence from breaking out.

The “Free Speech Rally” organizers have made it very clear that they are not tied to the Charlottesville protests that took place last weekend.

“Though we naturally respect their right to speak and assemble, we also will exercise our right to choose who we will associate with. We will not allow our platform to be hijacked by the KKK. If I see anyone bring out a swastika or throw a Hitler salute, I will immediately denounce them,” organizer John Medlar told the Boston Herald.

InfoWars’ reporter Joe Biggs, one of the rally’s featured speakers, has posted updates to Twitter with what he is seeing on the ground.

A few thousand have shown up. Screaming “die die die Nazis”. Cussing and yelling like children pic.twitter.com/EnIGYVYtGn

— Joe Biggs (@Rambobiggs) August 19, 2017

Video footage from Fox News shows a counter protester dragging a woman by an American flag.

MOMENTS AGO: Woman waving American flag hit, dragged by protester at #FreeSpeechRally in #Boston. #BostonCommon pic.twitter.com/7swgamIOjU

— Fox News (@FoxNews) August 19, 2017

UPDATE: 1 p.m. EST

Police estimate around 15,000 counter protesters are in Boston today, ABC News reported.

Police estimate 15,000 counter-protesters are marching through Boston, shouting anti-Nazi and anti-fascist slogans: https://t.co/30EmFLxYZU pic.twitter.com/U5VXpUPEub

— ABC News (@ABC) August 19, 2017

A video of an anti-Nazi chant appeared on Twitter.

Editor’s Note: This video contains strong language.

VIDEO FROM BOSTON: “If you’re a Nazi and your fired, it’s your fault *clap* *clap*” pic.twitter.com/d2RXsez1p7

— The Anon Journal (@TheAnonJournal) August 19, 2017

UPDATE: 1:30 p.m. EST

According to freelance writer Britini de la Cretaz, Boston police have stopped and searched a man with anti-fascist images on his clothing.

Police searching man with antifascist imagery. #BostonFreeSpeechRally #BostonResist #FightSupremacy pic.twitter.com/MMhzOKBgab

— Britni de la Cretaz (@britnidlc) August 19, 2017

A man with a “stop white genocide” t-shirt was escorted by police officers, and ironically, a black police officer.

Police escort (for safety) a man wearing a “Stop White Genocide” shirt from the Common. #7News pic.twitter.com/jAR8wC9Lfu

— Eric Kane (@EricKaneTV) August 19, 2017

UPDATE: 2:10 p.m. EST

Police in riot helmets had to clear a path to escort Free Speech Rally members from police vehicles.

#BREAKING: Police in riot helmets creating room as they try and escort @NFSMOfficial members out in @bostonpolice wagons. @nbcboston pic.twitter.com/eJbMUkoRnw

— Eli Rosenberg (@EliNBCBoston) August 19, 2017

Fox News is reporting things are still tense at Boston Common.

Tensions high on the Boston Common. Massive counter protest against the Boston Free Speech Rally- vastly outnumbers those on the bandstand. pic.twitter.com/tLGJm3pJKb

— Molly Line (@MollyLineFNC) August 19, 2017

A video from NBC News shows a Trump supporter getting hit in the face with a water bottle.

Confrontation from earlier between Trump supporter and counter protesters at Boston Common. @nbcboston pic.twitter.com/1TMQ061hJq

— Daniel Gadbois (@DanNBCBoston) August 19, 2017

This is a breaking news story and will be updated as new information is available. 

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Watch: Lawrence Jones gives epic insight into black Americans’ point of view on statue debate

The Blaze - Sat, 08/19/2017 - 11:50

TheBlaze’s Lawrence B. Jones III appeared on “Fox and Friends” to discuss the controversy behind the Confederate statues and whether or not they should remain intact.

How blacks feel about the statues

“You know, some of the statues I don’t like. But it doesn’t change the lives of black Americans,” Jones told the “Fox and Friends” team. “At the end of the day, racists are going to be racist. And I’m not saying that everyone that supports these statues are racist.”

According to Jones, he would rather focus on economic prosperity, especially for the community he lives in.

“At the end of the day, I don’t think the statues actually impact the day-to-day lives of black folks,” Jones said.

To leave the statues intact or pull them down?

Co-host Steve Doocy brought up a great question: should communities start talking whether they should take down the statues or leave them intact?

Jones III says having that discussion is fine and allowing communities to decide if they want the statues is fine but the vandalism that’s taking place is not OK.

“You can’t just go around taking them down,” Jones said.

“You can’t do it yourself,” Doocy added.

“That’s out of order,” Jones said.

A civil debate 

When talking about the statue debate, is it possible for both sides to be civil?

“This has been an emotional week. I mean, for everyone, on all sides of the issue. But I do think it’s good to have this conversation. Unfortunately, when you’re having these conversations with friends and colleagues, it starts to get very emotional in the sense that people are called ‘racist’ and all that. And I don’t think that’s healthy,” Jones said.

Don’t forget the past

The debate over the Confederate statues lie deep within America’s roots, something that is often forgotten

“I think it’s good we’re having the conversation, but please be civil about it. There’s (sic) passionate people from all sides. You have people whose family members fought in the Confederacy and so they have their opinions on it as well. And historians go back-and-forth on what they feel is the correct history,” Jones said.

.@LawrenceBJones3: “I don’t think the statues actually impact the day-to-day lives of black folks.” pic.twitter.com/K8lj3PArbq

— Fox News (@FoxNews) August 19, 2017

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Updates: Boston Free Speech rally ends mostly peacefully

HotAir - Sat, 08/19/2017 - 11:31

(As events warrant, we’ll update this post at the top.)

12:35 – Color me pleasantly surprised. The speaking portion of the Free Speech rally at Boston Commons has ended and the police are currently working on moving a lot of the rally participants out of the area in police vehicles to keep them away from much larger group of Antifa counter-protesters. Seeing scattered reports of a few arrests and there are some who are trying to block the exiting police vehicles, but for the most part it was just screaming without the actual fighting. Congrats to Boston’s finest. This could have gotten ugly quickly (and until everyone is cleared out I suppose it still could) but for the most part it went as well as or even better than I could have expected. If nothing else of note happens, this is a wrap. Good job on both sides.

12:35 – We’re not very far into events and we’ve already seen some thankfully low level action. One woman holding an American flag had it grabbed and she was dragged along the ground for a ways. Wound up crying, but apparently not seriously injured. Meanwhile, the Antifa is out in force. As this Fox News video shows, many of them showed up wearing black bandanas over their faces. But those are the exceptions. The Left has a lot of marchers with signs and their faces uncovered. Video is only about three minutes.

(Original article follows.)

After this event was scheduled, canceled, rescheduled and debated, it appears that we’re ready to go. Despite arguments between the Boston Free Speech rally organizers and the city over the issuance of permits, the proper paperwork was filed and the rally participants were allowed to begin setting up at 10 o’clock, with the march scheduled to begin at noon local time. (Over the vocal opposition of the Mayor.) Everyone is on edge after the events in Charlottesville, and none but the most ghoulish would want to see a repeat of what happened last weekend. Hopefully the security precautions will be up to snuff, and the for their part, the city is claiming to be ready. (CBS Boston)

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh is urging people to stay away from a planned Free Speech Rally scheduled for Saturday on Boston Common.

Walsh made the comments Friday as he discussed security for the event alongside Boston Police Commissioner William Evans and Gov. Charlie Baker…

A total of 500 police officers will be present at the rally, and several hundred more are available if necessary.

Fencing and security cameras were installed on Boston Common’s Parkman Bandstand Friday morning as police continue safety preparations ahead of Saturday’s planned rally.

Judging by the on-the-ground news coverage, they have barricades set up which are intended to keep the two groups of rally participants and counter protesters separated. Several hundred police will be on hand to attempt to make that happen. All I can say is… good luck with that.

We can always hope, though. Perhaps the free speech marchers will stay within the confines of the area specified in their permit and deliver their message succinctly. Maybe the counter-protesters will remain off to the sides, offering a polite rebuttal. Personally I think that’s about as likely as my chances of riding the winning horse at the Preakness next year, but who knows? Maybe it will happen.

But let’s take the pessimistic view for a moment here and suppose that it doesn’t. What if there’s some screaming which leads to shoving which leads to physical assaults. (And let us pray it doesn’t escalate to loss of life.) If the rally participants start it then they’ll deserve what they get. But what if the liberal “no hate” crowd once again starts throwing the firsts punches? Given the Mayor’s attitude thus far, is there any reason to believe that he’s got the police primed and ready to beat back the counter-demonstrators and protect the rally participants?

It would be nice to think so. And, yet again, anything is possible. Perhaps Mayor Walsh will do just that and keep the peace. But if he doesn’t will the media report on it? It’s not a very popular subject with most of them. But keep in mind that the public doesn’t seem to be buying it. That recent poll we covered here indicates that a plurality of Americans believe that the “far right” groups weren’t to blame for the violence spiraling out of control in Charlottesville. And there will be so many cameras rolling in Boston that there should be some video evidence of who starts any trouble if it comes to that.

Cross your fingers and say a prayer.

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Actor James Woods absolutely crushes Chelsea Clinton with one tweet about her ‘lucifer’ dad

The Blaze - Sat, 08/19/2017 - 11:31

Actor James Woods delivered a blistering response to Chelsea Clinton on social media Friday after the younger Clinton waded into the confederate monument controversy with a tweet about “lucifer” and churches.

Clinton invoked controversy on Thursday when she likened confederate statues to the celebration of “lucifer.” Churches, Clinton noted, don’t celebrate “lucifer” despite the figure being a part of the Christian tradition. Clinton was making the point that just because the confederacy is part of America’s tradition, that doesn’t mean it should be glorified with monuments.

What she said

“The story of Lucifer-who rebelled against God-is part of many Christians’ traditions. I’ve never been in a church with a Lucifer statue,” Clinton wrote.

The story of Lucifer-who rebelled against God-is part of many Christians' traditions. I've never been in a church with a Lucifer statue.

— Chelsea Clinton (@ChelseaClinton) August 18, 2017

The ensuing backlash

Like with many of her tweets, Clinton received a brutal response.

“But you left church when you were 6 because you supported abortion, remember?” wrote one person.

“Excellent point, Chelsea: really a fine point. No, no statues of Lucifer. No statues of Judas either,” said another.

While one person noted that Clinton is wrong: “Wait most of the cathedrals in New York have at least one depiction of Lucifer. Just saying your brilliant though.”

Woods with the knockout punch

Actor James Woods, known for being one of the few outspoken conservatives in Hollywood with unshakable values, added his own brutal response Friday evening.

“Check out the #rapist statue of your Dad. Trust me, he was Lucifer to the women he abused,” Woods wrote.

Check out the #rapist statue of your Dad. Trust me, he was Lucifer to the women he abused. https://t.co/IkF1brxsQe

— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) August 18, 2017

Woods was referring to the allegations waged against former President Bill Clinton, who has been accused of sexual misconduct, including rape, by a number of different women. There is a statue of Clinton in South Dakota that one of Clinton’s rape accusers, Juanita Broaddrick, said recently she would like to destroy.

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Rush Limbaugh issues dire warning that US is on its way to another Civil War. This is who he blames.

The Blaze - Sat, 08/19/2017 - 11:05

Conservative radio show host Rush Limbaugh on Friday warned that the United States is well on its way to a second Civil War, and he places direct blame on

“America is under attack from within. Our culture, our history, our founding are under the most direct assault I have seen in my life. And I’m sure it’s the same with you. We haven’t seen anything like this. You might even get away with saying that we are on the cusp of a second civil war. Some of you might say that we are already into it, that it has already begun. However you characterize it, though, we are under attack from within. And it’s being bought and paid for by people from outside America, in addition to inside.”

Limbaugh told his listeners that he believed left-wing hedge fund billionaire George Soros and other “international financiers” are continuously working toward the “objective” of taking America “down as a superpower,” in order to “erase the United States as a powerful or super powerful nation.”

During the Friday segment, Limbaugh noted the importance of fighting for U.S. history, and called on American citizens to rally and defend historical symbols and monuments.

Directly referring to the removal of controversial, Confederate monuments in the U.S., Limbaugh addressed U.S. citizens.

“Now, folks, in order to defend America, which I believe is incumbent upon all of us … you have to begin knowing our history,” Limbaugh said.

He continued, “If you’re gonna defend the United States of America, you have to know our history. You have to know the purpose of the United States of America. You have to know unequivocally and proudly the United States’ place in history. And that is why erasing and distorting our history is crucial for the left to succeed.”

Limbaugh concluded the segment by accusing “left-wing” protesters — to include Antifa activists — of having an agenda to “distort, erase, and impugn [America’s] history.”

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Watch: Fox host excoriates Dem staffer for ‘bringing us to dark ages’ with anti-Trump rhetoric

The Blaze - Sat, 08/19/2017 - 10:40

Fox Business Network host Trish Regan excoriated a Democratic strategist on her show Friday for defending anti-Trump rhetoric.

Back to the “dark ages”

According to Regan, the divisive rhetoric coming from Democrats about President Donald Trump is bringing America back to the “dark ages.”

“[Liberals] have a play book. This is the agenda they’re trying to advance.” she said, adding later to Democratic strategist Pablo Manriquez, “you guys are taking it too far here — just simply too far. We as a nation have come so far and you’re bringing us right back into the dark ages with this kind of rhetoric.”

Regan was referring to comments that Missouri State Sen. Maria Chapelle-Nada (D) made this week when she called for the assassination of Trump. Regan also referred to comments Democrats have made in recent days alleging Trump’s White House is full of white supremacists.

Manriquez charged back saying that he doesn’t support the rhetoric, but the White House shouldn’t have a difficult time condemning white supremacists either.

Identity politics

Ned Ryun, a former Bush speechwriter, elaborated on Regan’s commentary and explained that liberals needs to stop with “identity politics” and they need to “disavow Antifa,” which are groups of protesters that use violence against those they disagree with.

“Hate is hate, violence is violence,” he said. “They wear black but they sure remind me of people who wore brown.”

One fiery exchange

“Pablo, you see what your party is doing. They’re saying, ‘Oh, one less white supremacist in the White House. You’re telling me you’ve got a bunch of white supremacists in the White House?! That is what the DNC is saying,” Regan said.

Manriquez said what his party is actually doing is rising above Trump to defeat him.

“By calling him a white supremacist?!” Regan shot back.

“No, by rising and organizing against white supremacy,” Manriquez said back, adding that this weekend will be a “mess in this country” due to protests.

“Because you are contributing to this Pablo!” Regan said.

Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com

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Beach city moves to protect pedestrians after Barcelona, Charlottesville — here’s how

The Blaze - Sat, 08/19/2017 - 10:20

Anxiety is growing across the nation and around the world following the attacks in Barcelona and the violent protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, where terrorists used a vehicle to maul a crowd. People are beginning to wonder: is it safe to gather in an open space without fear of a vehicle trampling a crowd of gatherers?

Laguna Beach, California Police Chief Laura Farinella is working on finalizing a safety plan to address that very concern amongst her residents and visitors alike.

According to Farinella, the city will install K barriers in popular gathering areas throughout the city. One of the spots that Farinella has identified is the main beach area on Pacific Coast Highway, which is both a gathering place and an area where protests and rallies frequently take place.

The barrier will be in place to protect pedestrians and drivers alike.

“Sometimes when you get a lot of people on a crowded sidewalk they want to cheat and go into the street and we want to avoid that from happening,” Farinella told KCBS-TV. “So that in addition to any vehicles coming up over the sidewalk to strike a pedestrian is what were trying to prevent.”

Laguna Beach residents and visitors see how they could become a target following the incidents in Barcelona and Charlottesville where people were ran over by a vehicle.

“As you look at it, obviously you’re scared and you’re nervous about the potential of it happening here as well. Easily a feasible thing to happen in a very idyllic and beautiful spot,” a beachgoer said.

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Arizona court rules on cities destroying confiscated guns

HotAir - Sat, 08/19/2017 - 10:01

The NRA Institute for Legislative Action picked up a potentially important court ruling coming out of Arizona this week which has mostly flown under the media radar. Under debate is a policy in Tuscon (along with other cities and counties) which mandates the routine destruction of guns which are confiscated from criminals or surrendered during “no questions asked” gun turn-in events. Since guns are items of value, the question is raised as to whether or not they can simply destroy and dispose of them rather than offering them for legal sale to subsidize taxpayer contributions to the city’s coffers. The political appeal of destroying guns for the left is obvious, but the courts have put the breaks on the practice.

On Thursday, the Arizona Supreme Court unanimously held that the state was within its authority to prohibit cities and counties from routinely destroying firearms obtained through forfeiture or as unclaimed property. State law holds that political subdivisions must instead (subject to certain exceptions) recirculate the firearms through legitimate channels of commerce, just as they do with other types of valuable property. The case represents the latest battle in an effort dating back nearly two decades to prevent anti-gun localities from undermining the pro-gun policies of the state legislature.

While the case – State v. City of Tucson – rests on complicated issues of Arizona constitutional, statutory, and common law, it illustrates challenges facing gun owners nationwide and the importance of sustained advocacy in ensuring Second Amendment rights.

As I already mentioned, any opportunity to very publicly destroy guns is considered a PR victory for Democrats. Never mind the often documented fact that these gun “turn in” opportunities rarely turn up anything other than broken junk for the most part. You can also ignore for the moment the reality that most criminals wouldn’t be caught dead showing up someplace that’s crawling with cops and surrendering a weapon they actually used in the commission of crimes.

But if there are some usable guns somehow turned it, what is the proper method for their legal processing? That was the issue here more than any Second Amendment question. Confiscated materials generally go in one of two directions. If they include dangerous substances such as illegal drugs, you clearly don’t want them back out on the street, so they are destroyed. If, however, the police wind up confiscating items of value which are not to be returned (e.g. cars from drug dealers) they tend to be sold in order to provide additional revenue, frequently going to law enforcement needs.

So how did guns wind up in the former category rather than the latter? At a state level Arizona is fairly solidly pro-Second Amendment, but they have their own cities and towns with majority liberal support like most places. That seems to be the case here, but the state supreme court has now brought them back inline. Well done.

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BREAKING: Duke University removes statue of Robert E. Lee following vandalism

The Blaze - Sat, 08/19/2017 - 09:58

The staff at Duke University on Saturday morning removed a vandalized statue of Robert E. Lee from the campus chapel, where it stood among 10 historical figures. The decision came days after the statue was original vandalized.

Duke University President Vincent Price said he consulted with staff, faculty, alumni and the Board of Trustees before authorizing the decision.

“I took this course of action to protect Duke Chapel, to ensure the vital safety of students and community members who worship there, and above all to express the deep and abiding values of our university,”  Price said in a Saturday morning email to students. “The removal also presents an opportunity for us to learn and heal. The statue will be preserved so that students can study Duke’s complex past and take part in a more inclusive future.”

Price also announced the creation of a commission of faculty, staff, students, alumni, trustees and Durham residents to assist the university in “navigating the role of memory and history at Duke.”

“The commission will look at how we memorialize individuals on the Duke campus in buildings and sculpture and recommend principles drawn from Duke’s core values to guide us when questions arise.  I will ask this commission to work expeditiously,” Price said in his letter.

The statue’s removal comes one week after violent protests erupted in Charlottesville, Virginia, where gatherers protested the removal of a Gen. Robert E. Lee statue.

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper (D) has called for Confederate monuments on public property to be removed, The Hill reported.

“We cannot continue to glorify a war against the United States of America fought in the defense of slavery,” Cooper wrote in a post on Medium Tuesday. “These monuments should come down.”

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How Trump Can Improve Nafta

Real Clear Politics - Sat, 08/19/2017 - 09:36
Jorge Castaneda, New York Times
Some would prefer a quick conclusion to the negotiations over the North American Free Trade Agreement, or Nafta, that began this week. But there is a strong case for a different approach, involving trade and something more important: human rights
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The Extremist Show Is Just Starting

Real Clear Politics - Sat, 08/19/2017 - 09:22
Holman Jenkins, Wall Street Journal
Charlottesville was a defeat for America but a win for the provocateurs in our midst.
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