North Korea fires missiles in response to South Korea-US drills

Vowing “merciless” retaliation, North Korea fired two short-range missiles into the sea while the United States and South Korea conducted their annual joint military exercises. Tensions always mount during these drills, but this year they assumed a more ominous tone, as North Korean Supreme … Read More


Slain Border Patrol agent Brian Terry’s family unveils statue

Slain Border Patrol agent Brian Terry’s family unveiled a statue in honor of the officer killed in a 2010 shootout with a Mexican gang. The gun used to kill Terry was part of Operation Fast and Furious, which provided weapons to criminals to track Mexican gun smuggling routes—known as “gun … Read More


Scalping Bibi tickets? GOP reps begging boycotting Dems for tickets to Netanyahu’s speech

Demand for tickets to see Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to Congress Tuesday is so high Republican reps are begging boycotting Dems for extras. But there aren’t any to be had, according to a Washington Times report. According to the Times, each member of Congress gets a … Read More

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Can you imagine anyone asking Obama questions THIS tough? Walker is unflappable

The following interview should come with a warning: "Mind-blowing hypocrisy of the media enough to induce vomiting." Watch the latest video at When were questions asked of Obama, as a candidate or the president, this relentless? The media seems to only understand its … Read More


Netanyahu provokes Feinstein: He’s ‘arrogant’ to speak for all Jews; he doesn’t speak for me!

U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein slammed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu just two days before his planned speech before Congress, calling a statement he’d made earlier “arrogant” and blaming him for deteriorating relations between the two countries. The California Democrat, who is Jewish, … Read More

LAPD Shooting

LA braces for backlash as video of cops killing homeless man goes viral

Tensions between the police and community are flaring in Los Angeles following a police shooting of a homeless man while responding to a robbery call. Protests started in Pershing Square, the site of the shooting Sunday night after officers shot and killed the man, known to the community as … Read More


Democrat former senator blames Democrats for Netanyahu speech controversy

Former Sen. Joe Lieberman might be a Democrat, but he’s never let that get in the way of telling the truth about the party. The man who was the Democratic candidate for vice president – the senator who admonished former President Bill Clinton from the Senate floor during the Monica Lewinsky … Read More

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Community unites to give a dying Marine his final wish

Marines are true American patriots until the end. That point was driven home by an Oklahoma veteran who was told he had only three weeks to live and whose dying wish was to be buried in his Marine uniform and with the Marine flag. Donnie Loneman, a proud Marine veteran who had been homeless … Read More

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Go nuclear? Democrats need to start being ‘adult,’ top Republican tells ‘Meet the Press’

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy thinks it might be time to go nuclear, saying the Senate should change the rules to require a simple-majority vote to pass funding for the Department of Homeland Security. Though McCarthy believes the term is a misnomer. "I don't think it’s going nuclear … Read More


‘Fox News Sunday’ grills majority whip on ‘humiliating defeat’ in Hill funding fight

House Republicans intend to continue their fight to curtail President Obama’s executive amnesty as a condition to fully fund the Department of Homeland Security, the House majority whip said Sunday. U.S. Rep. Steve Scalise of Louisiana also used his “Fox News Sunday” appearance to deny rumors … Read More


Netanyahu heading for US, declares mission ‘fateful, even historic’: ‘I will do my utmost’

Saying he is on "a fateful, even historic mission," Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is on his way to America to address a joint meeting of Congress on Tuesday over concerns about a nuclear deal with Iran. The prime minister took to Twitter to announce his departure, adding that he is … Read More


Liberal justice: Judge places ‘big bet’ that wannabe-ISIS terrorist will be a good teen role model

What do you do with a teenager who pleaded guilty to providing material support to Islamic State? One judge's answer is to groom him as a mentor to other teens. Abdullahi Mohamud Yusuf of Minnesota, 18, was arrested by FBI agents at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport while … Read More


‘News’ media coverage of Scott Walker a mess of corrections, retractions and apologies

The lies liberals are telling about Scott Walker in the media keep unraveling. The latest embarrassment is The Daily Beast, a website with pretensions to actual journalism. It published a piece Friday by a student columnist who accused the Republican Wisconsin governor of proposing a budget … 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