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Two NYC mayoral candidates go viral after displaying profound ignorance of housing values; one is a former Obama admin member

Two mayoral candidates in New York City went viral after displaying a profound ignorance of the skyrocketing housing costs in the city they want to run. The candidates were asked in an interview with The New York Times's editorial board to estimate the average home price in Brooklyn and they failed spectacularly. Shaun Donovan guessed that the average home or apartment...

Vietnam veteran was carjacked by armed criminals. Then he was told to pay $2000 in tickets the carjackers racked up in his car.

A 73-year-old Vietnam veteran was first victimized by armed carjackers and then victimized by Washington D.C. officials who demanded he pay the tickets the criminals racked up in his stolen car. Doug Nelson had finished his late shift at the U.S.Postal Office and arrived home just after midnight when he was accosted by a criminal who put a gun...

Cheney sticks to her guns against Trump’s ‘lies’ in speech before expected ouster from leadership

Republican Conference Chair Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) took a stand on the House floor Tuesday night, delivering a speech wherein she refused to back down from her insistence that former President Donald Trump is a threat to the Republican Party -- and the nation -- over his continued claims that the 2020 election was stolen from him. Cheney's remarks come...

Andrew Yang condemns Hamas terrorists; AOC denounces him as ‘utterly shameful’

New York City mayoral candidate Andrew Yang condemned Hamas terrorists for attacking Israel and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) called him "utterly shameful" in response. Yang, an entrepreneur and former presidential candidate, tweeted his support for the Israeli people "who are coming under bombardment attacks" on Monday."The people of NYC will always stand with our brothers and sisters in Israel who...

NRA at risk of ‘complete and total shutdown’ after judge dismisses bankruptcy case

The NRA's attempt at declaring bankruptcy in its bid to leave New York state for Texas has been dismissed, putting the Second Amendment rights organization at risk of "complete and total shutdown" by New York's attorney general.What are the details?The NRA filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in January, explaining in a news release that its aim was to "restructure...

‘SNL’ sketch blasted for racist use of ‘African American Vernacular English.’ The black writer of the sketch is stunned.

A sketch on "Saturday Night Live" was accused of offensive cultural appropriation in their use of "African American Vernacular English," and the writer of the scene admitted he'd never heard of the term. SNL was already facing criticism over their decision to ask Tesla CEO Elon Musk to host their show, but they received even more ire over their "Gen...

‘This is Kristallnacht’: Palestinians continue attacks on Israelis with rockets, street violence

Hamas militants continued their barrage of rocket fire at Israel on Tuesday, and the violence escalated in the streets to the point that the mayor of one Israeli town called for help and likened the attacks to the Nazi pogrom against German Jews, declaring: "This is Kristallnacht."What are the details?The mayor of the central Israeli city of Lod called...

‘Guess what … YOU are the bigot’: Dave Rubin torches Sarah Silverman over INSANE Caitlyn Jenner rant

On the latest episode of "The Rubin Report," BlazeTV host Dave Rubin talked about liberal comedian Sarah Silverman's bizarre rant over California gubernatorial candidate Caitlyn Jenner's opposition to biological boys who are trans participating in all-female school sports. As both a former Olympic athlete and transgender female, Jenner has taken a strong stance on the controversial issue. "This is a question...

Multiple governors declare state of emergency over gas shortages amid Colonial Pipeline outage

The governors of several Eastern states have declared states of emergencies over gas shortages as the Colonial Pipeline -- which supplies 45% of all fuel to the East Coast -- remains shut down after being hit with a cyberattack over the weekend. But officials say the shortages are due to panic-buying, not an actual lack of gas.What are the details? On...

Pat Gray: Where is the footage?

Pat Gray acknowledged the events that unfolded at the capitol building on Jan 6, were indeed classified as a riot. However, he raised some questions about why the federal government had kept more than 14-thousand hours of footage from the American people. Pat observed that while some had been released to the public, he did not see anything...