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Jan 20 10:34

Suspect Stabs Landlord then Shoots and Kills Two Police Officers in Honolulu

Two police officers were shot and killed in Honolulu today.
The suspect also stabbed his landlord and set the home ablaze in the Diamond Head area.

Jan 20 10:28

Google critic, 66, who testified that the tech giant's 2016 'election meddling gave 2.6m votes to Hillary Clinton' now suggests his wife's fatal car crash was NOT an accident

A high profile critic of Google, who accused the search engine of meddling in the 2016 election, has now suggested his wife's fatal car crash was not an accident.

Robert Epstein, 66, said in July the internet giant's methods 'gave' millions of votes to Hillary Clinton during the 2016 presidential election.

In December he announced that his wife, Misti Dawn Vaughn, 29, died after her car spun out of control along a road in California and into the path of a tractor-trailer.

Jan 20 10:26

Draft of McConnell’s Resolution for Impeachment Trial Still Allows Motion to Immediately Dismiss Charges

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is drafting a resolution that will still allow President Trump’s lawyers to immediately dismiss the impeachment charges.

Jan 20 10:26

Senator Graham: Nancy Pelosi ‘Orchestrated the Church of Holy Hell’ Against Trump (VIDEO)

During an appearance on Fox News on Sunday, Senator Lindsey Graham, chair of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, said that though Speaker Nancy Pelosi may be religious — she “orchestrated the church of holy hell” against President Donald Trump.

Jan 20 10:25

Trump Administration Honors Black World War II Hero In A Big Way

The Trump administration is set to honor World War II hero Ship’s Cook Third Class Doris Miller during a Martin Luther King Jr. Day ceremony at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, by naming a future Gerald R. Ford-class aircraft carrier after Miller.

Jan 20 10:25

Family sues TSA after 79-year-old man's $82,000 life savings were SEIZED at an airport - but he wasn't charged with a crime

A Pennsylvania man who kept his entire life savings in a Tupperware container is suing the federal government after the money - $82,373 in cash - was seized at an airport after DEA agents deemed it 'suspicious'.

Terrence Rolin, 79, and his daughter Rebecca Brown are the lead plaintiffs in a federal class action lawsuit filed Wednesday by the Institute for Justice which accuses the Drug Enforcement Administration and Transportation Security Administration of 'treating American citizens like criminals' by seizing large amounts of cash from airline passengers without evidence of an underlying crime.

Brown was visiting her father in Pittsburgh in August when he asked her to put his cash in a joint checking account.

Jan 20 10:16

Researchers find serious flaws in WordPress plugins used on 400k sites

Attention users of InfiniteWP, WP Time Capsule, and WP Database Reset: It's time to patch.

Jan 20 10:13

Smart homes will turn dumb overnight as Charter kills security service

Charter is killing its home-security service and telling customers that security devices they've purchased will stop working once the service is shut down on February 5.

The impending shutdown and customers' anger at Charter—a cable company also known by the brand name "Spectrum"—has been widely reported over the past month. Over the years, some customers have spent large sums on products that will no longer work.

One user posting on a DSLReports forum said they spent $1,200 on sensors and IP cameras, which will be essentially useless in a couple of weeks. The devices won't connect to other alarm-monitoring services, and Charter will no longer offer the ability to remotely manage the system and view security video.

Jan 20 10:08

Good News: President Trump to Take on Birth Tourism and Anchor Baby Crisis in America

There are some 33,000 births in the US to foreign nationals each year.
Another 39,000 babies are born to foreign students, guest workers and other long-term temporary visa holders.
And, an additional 300,000 babies are born to illegal aliens each year in the United States.

Jan 20 10:08

Huge Pay-For-Play Scandal Embroils Oregon Democrats, As Big Donor Law Firms Are Awarded State Contracts

The corruption is running so deep in Oregon that even NPR affiliate Oregon Public Broadcasting is calling out the democrats. Left-oggling OPB can usually be counted on to protect and make excuses for the democrats, but reporter Dirk VanderHart has uncovered an elaborate pay-for-play scandal involving several law firms from across the country who get contracts with Oregon agencies after contributing large sums of money to the politicians.

Jan 20 10:07

Joke: What To Do If Democrats Try To Come For Your Semi-Automatic Rifles

Here’s exactly what you could do if Democrats try to come for your AR-15, or any other type of semi-automatic rifle:

Jan 20 10:07

This Politically-Incorrect Democrat Joke Has People On Both Sides Of The Aisle Upset

The meme below contains what could be the funniest “Democrat” joke we’ve seen in a long time, possibly ever, and it has people on both sides of aisle upset:

Jan 20 10:05

Boeing finds another software flaw that might delay 737 Max's return

Boeing is dealing with another 737 Max software flaw that could prevent the troubled aircraft from returning to the skies, but this time it's not a safety issue. The company has confirmed that it's fixing a flaw preventing the 737 Max's flight control computers from starting up and verifying that they're ready for flight -- in other words, the airliner couldn't even take off. A spokesperson said Boeing was "working with the FAA" on submitting the fix and was informing partners, but didn't say when the updated software would be ready.

Jan 20 10:02

Watch Live: Assault rifles, sniper rifles and handguns among demonstrators at VA Lobby Day

They are packin!

RICHMOND, Va. — Thousands have swarmed to Richmond for Virginia's "Lobby Day" gun rights rally, taking place in Capitol Square. Demonstrators are preparing for "Lobby Day," which is set to start at 11 a.m.

Jan. 20 is traditionally known as "Lobby Day" in Richmond, but with Governor Ralph Northam and a Democratic majority set to roll out tighter gun-safety legislation, those in favor of gun rights are turning out around the Virginia Capitol to press their case against it.

Jan 20 09:59

What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

Jan 20 09:59

Government debt as share of GDP.

Jan 20 09:39

Lara Trump Denies Mocking Biden Stutter; Pilot Sullenberger Attacks Lara in NY Times Op-Ed

Presidential daughter-in-law Lara Trump made remarks about former Vice President Joe Biden Thursday evening at a campaign stop in Des Moines, Iowa that have been taken as mocking his childhood stuttering–however Trump denies even knowing Biden has a history of stuttering. In response, Biden supporter ‘Miracle on the Hudson’ pilot Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger had an op-ed promptly published in the New York Times on Saturday (wonder how that happened) attacking Trump over her alleged mocking of Biden’s stutter–even though Biden himself said last month his verbal lapses on the campaign trail are not due to stuttering.

Jan 20 09:39

Meghan Markle’s Father Accuses Daughter of “Cheapening” Royal Family and “Making It Shabby”

Meghan Markle’s father spoke to reporters this week following the news that Prince Harry and Princess Meghan were stepping away from the Royal Family.

Jan 20 09:39

Dem House Candidate In NYC Supports Replacing Jail Time With Art Class

Jamaal Bowman, a hard-left candidate looking to primary New York Democratic Rep. Eliot Engel out of a seat in New York’s 16th Congressional District, is a former middle school principal.

Jan 20 09:39

The Hill Changes Article On Transgender Bill After The Western Journal Points Out Anti-GOP Narrative

If you were reading the original version of The Hill’s recent piece on South Dakota’s proposed bill on treatments for transgender youth, the first paragraph probably sounded exceptionally dire.