Weekend Snapshot · Sept. 21, 2019 – Top Stories This Week

Dems Furious at Beto for Exposing Gun-Control Goals

O’Rourke merely said what all Democrats are thinking. They have to pretend otherwise.


Alcohol, Guns, and Prohibition

A homicide victim is far more likely to be murdered by an assailant using a knife, blunt object, or fists than by a rifle of any type.


NYT Spins Another Anti-Kavanaugh Yarn

And Democrat presidential candidates quickly line up to call for his impeachment.


Demonizing Those Who Provide Healthcare to Illegals

Leftists are “outing” anyone who contracts with ICE to take care of detained migrants.


Can Trump Be a Middle East Peacemaker?

Conflict between Iran and Saudi Arabia, coupled with Israeli elections, present problems.


The Rent Is Too Darn High

Government regulation took a bad situation and made it worse with rent control.


It’s Time for Climate Confessions

“Where do you fall short in preventing climate change?” NBC asks for “Climate Confessions.”


Warren’s Corrupt ‘Anti-Corruption’ Plan

Are lobbyists corrupt? Sure, but so are the politicians taking the money and writing the rules.


Big Law Forces Big Pharma Bankruptcy

Purdue Pharma struggles under the weight of massive settlements with several states.


Majority of Americans Believe the Future Is Bright

Most of our countrymen believe positive change begins outside of politics.



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Quote Of The Week

“I am changing my pronouns to ‘we/us/our.’ You see, I — or rather we — identify not just as myself but as all selves. We identify as me, but also you and everyone else. You might protest that you are not me, to which we would agree. You are not me because there is no me. You are us, we are you, yours is ours. This isn’t difficult to understand.” —Matt Walsh

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