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Big names urge conservatives to rally in defense of Indiana’s religious freedom law; it’s ‘absolutely vital’

Dr. Ben Carson is not intimidated by the left’s pretend fury over the Indiana Religious Restoration Act and called the need to defend it “absolutely vital.” Carson, a potential 2016 presidential contender, told Breitbart News Monday that he fully supports Indiana Governor Mike Pence’s new law – … Read More

Hillary Clinton

Flashback video reminds Hillary that some embarrassing things can’t be deleted

The presumptive 2016 Democrat nominee for president, Hillary Clinton, is outraged about the new Religious Freedom Law signed by Gov. Mike Pence last week — interesting because its identical to the one signed by her husband in 1993. “Sad this new Indiana law can happen in America today. We … Read More

Debbie Wasserman Schultz

Another Wasserman Schultz whopper: Spirit of Israel lives in Democratic Party

With U.S.-Israeli relations currently at just about absolute zero -- minus 459.67 degrees Fahrenheit -- U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz claimed in a piece she wrote for The Hill that, according to its headline, “The spirit of Israel lives in the Democratic Party.” The South Florida … Read More


Too many Asians? NY Dem lawmaker explores segregating public housing by race

Apparently upset that “blocs” of Asians are taking over blocks of public housing in her district, a New York City councilwoman last week suggested “culture” be included when assigning people to public housing. “There could be some benefit to housing people by culture,” Councilwoman Laurie Cumbo … Read More


Business owner chops bull sculpture’s oversized genitalia after grief from town

Talk about taking a bull by the horns. A Utah business owner who doesn’t like being told what to do let a dispute simmer with his neighbors for weeks over huge, cone-shaped genitalia on the otherwise life-sized bull sculpture on a sign outside his restaurant, but he finally decided to do … Read More


Texas bill would punish doctors for asking patients about firearms

A bill is making its way through the Texas legislature that would bar physicians from asking their patients about firearms in the family home and direct the Texas physician licensing board to punish to those docs who disregard the law, according to news reports from the Lone Star State. Texas … Read More


Hero Navy SEAL who was shot 27 times has new mission

A former Navy SEAL, who survived a grenade blast and 27 gunshot wounds in a single firefight in Iraq is now dedicating his life to helping other veterans fight for their own survival. Mike Day is representing the Dallas-based Carrick Brain Centers, the facility that nursed him back to recovery … Read More

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Supremes refuse to hear appeal of students ordered to hide US flag T-shirts

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear the appeal from a group of California high school students who were ordered to turn T-shirts depicting the American flag inside-out. The T-shirt ban came from authorities at Live Oak High School in Morgan Hill, Calif., during a Mexican Cinco … Read More

Brian Dixon

NFL player says Miami police harassed him because of race: ‘because I’m a black man with dreads’

An NFL player is claiming a weekend encounter with police in Miami Beach is the result of racism. Brian Dixon, a cornerback for the New Orleans Saints, was pulled over Saturday by police who reported he was driving erratically, swerving in and out of lanes while passing cars on his … Read More

Elizabeth Ashack

US Dept. of Labor economist tries to hide after comparing Christians to Nazis

An economist at the U.S. Department of Labor quickly put her gears in reverse after sending out a tweet comparing Christians to Nazis. Elizabeth Ashack deleted her tweet that read “people in the red states vote for nazis to govern, and then call themselves Christian, it will not end well for … Read More


Latest sting finds university open to front group for ISIS — just change the name

Administrators at a private Catholic college in South Florida had no problem helping a student establish a front group to help Islamic State terrorists, conservative activist James O’Keefe’s latest video sting showed. But the name Islamic State was out. In a video of the undercover operation … Read More

Fort Meade

Shooting at Fort Meade, men disguised as women attack NSA HQ

Gunfire erupted Monday outside the National Security Agency's headquarters in Fort Meade, Md., as two men disguised as women tried to ram their way through an agency gate and were stopped by armed guards. The men slammed into the gate about 9:30 a.m. in a stolen Ford Escape, according to Fox … Read More

Black Brunch Atlanta

‘You’re scaring the children!’ How far will ‘black brunch’ demonstrators go?

The “black brunch” protesters were at it again this weekend spreading their convoluted brand of racial division to promote racial harmony. As they have at similar protests in New York, San Francisco and Oakland, demonstrators descended once again on Atlanta Sunday to interrupt the meals of … Read More

BPR Buzzworthy Interviews


BPR Buzzworthy with Carly Fiorina: ‘Our government is now too powerful, too costly, too corrupt…’

When Carly Fiorina was recruited to Hewlett Packard, she became the first woman to lead a Fortune 50 business and grew HP to the 11th most profitable company in the US. In her six years as Chairman and CEO of HP, she would double its revenues to $90 billion; more than quadruple its growth to 9%; … Read More


Fox News promotes hot new show to debut on business channel; host Jamie Colby dishes

If you are a regular viewer of the Fox News Channel you may have seen promotions for a new “alternative primetime program,” Strange Inheritance.   It is a highly anticipated show, a "recommended watch" by the Washington Post and it premiers tonight on the Fox Business Network at 9 p.m. … Read More