Fox News Hosts Most Watched Town Hall of Campaign Season...

April 16, 2019
By David Bauder

NEW YORK — Sen. Bernie Sanders took heat from some Democrats for holding a town hall on Fox News Channel but there’s one result hard to argue with: it was the most-watched candidate event in the election campaign so far.

An estimated 2.55 million people saw Sanders’ town hall Monday in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, the Nielsen company said. Not only did that beat the 1.35 million people who saw Sanders on CNN on Feb. 25, the Fox telecast aired before prime time when traditionally the largest audience gathers.

Whatcom Republicans Reach Financial Goals in 2019

April 16, 2019
By Whatcom County Republicans

Lincoln Day Gala and Auction was a Resounding Success, says party insider.

Party fundraising goals were allegedly met.

Under new leadership, Whatcom County Republicans held their annual Lincoln Day Gala at Four Points by Sheraton on Saturday, April 6, 2019. The sold out event exceeded the fundraising goal set by the organizing committee and served to rally supporters for this year’s elections.

Notre Dame Fires Were Intentional, Insiders Say

April 16, 2019
By Paul Joseph Watson

The famous Notre Dame cathedral in Paris was on fire, with one worker claiming that the blaze was deliberately set.
The roof of the historic building has completely collapsed.

“The cause is not yet clear, but officials say it could be linked to renovation work,” reports the BBC.
However, TIME columnist Christopher J. Hale tweeted, “A Jesuit friend in Paris who works in #NotreDame told me cathedral staff said the fire was intentionally set.”

YouTube shows Muslim instructional video to beat wife

April 5, 2019
By Paul Joseph Watson

A Muslim sociologist uploaded an instructional video to YouTube on how to properly beat your wife by demonstrating the different techniques on a young boy.

The clip shows Abd Al-Aziz Al-Khazraj Al-Ansari showing how to beat your wife in an Islamically permissible fashion.

According to Al-Ansari, a man must sometimes beat his wife “out of love” so that “life can move on.”


March 26, 2019
By Edmund DeMarche

The Pentagon notified Congress late Monday that it authorized the transfer of up to $1 billion to erect 57 miles of "pedestrian fencing" along the U.S.-Mexico border in direct support of President Trump's national emergency declaration from last month.

WA Lawmakers Propose Capital Gains Tax, say Tax is "extremely volatile"

March 26, 2019
By Jason Mercier

Despite record revenue growth, House Democrats want to impose even higher taxes on Washingtonians, starting with a state income tax on capital gains. This income tax plan follows the poor example of Seattle by willfully setting up a lawsuit in hopes the courts will reverse course and allow an income tax. This is not a debate – a capital gains tax IS an income tax.

April 2nd, Dems Demand Full Mueller Report

March 25, 2019
By Rebecca Shabad

WASHINGTON — Six Democratic committee chairs in the House sent a letter to Attorney General William Barr on Monday requesting that he submit the full report from special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation to Congress by April 2.
In a three-page letter to Barr, the lawmakers wrote that his summary of the Mueller report "is not sufficient for Congress."

"We look forward to receiving the report in full no later than April 2, and to begin receiving the underlying evidence and documents that same day," the letter said.

Cory Booker dates 'smoldering love' coffee

March 19, 2019
By Amy Lieu

At least if he's president he'll be awake for that 3 a.m. phone call.

It seems as if 2020 presidential candidate Cory Booker and coffee are more than just friends.

Toronto-based writer Anna Fitzpatrick chronicled Booker's long-running "relationship" with coffee dating back to tweets from 2009, while he was still mayor of Newark, N.J. Through a series of retweets, she told Booker's love story with "coffee" and his on-and-off-again relationship with "sleep."