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Jersey City shooting: Officer injured after gunman opens fire

NEW YORK POST: A gunman opened fire at a Jersey City cemetery Tuesday, then took cover inside of a local supermarket while continuing the rampage that left at least one police officer injured, reports said. The wild noon incident first unfolded at the Bay View Cemetery and then spilled over to Martin Luther King Drive…

Poll finds 61% of Democrats don’t believe Trump will be removed

THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER: Most Americans seem to agree with President Trump when he recently called for a quick impeachment vote by the House of Representatives so that the Senate can throw it out and move on. In the latest YouGov/Yahoo survey, even 61% of Democrats believe that Trump will be impeached but not convicted and…

Small group of Democrats floats censure instead of impeachment

POLITICO: A small group of vulnerable House Democrats is floating the longshot idea of censuring President Donald Trump instead of impeaching him, according to multiple lawmakers familiar with the conversations. Those Democrats, all representing districts that Trump won in 2016, huddled on Monday afternoon in an 11th-hour bid to weigh additional — though unlikely —…

Report reveals the extent of Liz Warren’s past defending big business from environmental activists

THE DAILY CALLER: Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts defended a major real estate company in the 1990s as activists urged the company to clean up toxic waste, The Washington Post reported, citing an over 20-year-old memo. Warren wrote a memo in 1996 arguing that businesses faced the “risk of the unknown” from a growing threat…

Solomon: Schiff threatens press freedom

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL: The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Domestic Investigations and Operations Guide, the bible for agents, has long recognized that journalists, the clergy and lawyers deserve special protections because of the constitutional implications of investigating their work. Penitents who confess to a priest, sources who provide confidential information to a reporter, and clients…

Queens man arrested after anti-Semitic rant at Long Island Costco

NEW YORK POST: A 20-year-old Queens man has been arrested for allegedly threatening Jewish customers, including an 11-year-old boy, at a Costco on Long Island, where a rabbi captured the anti-Semitic tirade on video, according to reports. HATE IS ALIVE IN NY: This happened in the @Costco in Lawrence, NY when a Jewish man was…

Democrats announce impeachment articles against Trump, alleging abuse of power and obstruction of Congress

THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER: House Democrats announced they will vote on two articles of impeachment against President Trump that accuse him of “high crimes and misdemeanors” centering on abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, a New York Democrat, said Tuesday the articles would get a committee vote this week…

Maduro declares Venezuela full of ‘happiness and peace’ in musical Christmas message

BREITBART: Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro delivered his annual Christmas message on Sunday, with wife Cilia Flores declaring a “climate of union, happiness, and peace” despite widespread hunger, disease, and general societal collapse. “I can say that a climate of union, happiness, and peace is breathed throughout the country,” the “First Combatant” Flores said, wishing that…

Erdogan bashes Israel, calls on Muslims to unite against the West

THE JERUSALEM POST: In a speech to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan slammed Israel and called for Islamic unity among the “brothers and sisters” to confront the West and conspiracies against Islamic countries. Turkey’s ruler insinuated that Turkey was a victim of “terrorist attacks” because of its “principled stance” against…

Report: Warren earned $2M as consultant for corporations, financial firms

NEWSMAX: Elizabeth Warren earned nearly $2 million as a consultant for corporations and financial firms, according to a report by The Washington Post Sunday night, citing records released by her campaign. The work was done while she was a law professor at Harvard University, the University of Pennsyvania and others schools, according to the report.…
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