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AP Stylebook: Eh, Let’s Try Not to Use the Word “Riot,” Okay?

Endlessly in search of the most politically correct way to describe what’s going on in the world, the Associated Press Stylebook updated its recommendations this week, discouraging reporters from using the ugly (if accurate) word “riot” to describe racial protests that descend into violence and chaos. Instead, the AP did a little presto magic, expanding its definition of the word ...

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Kentucky AG: “Repugnant” to Be Called a Race-Traitor for Breonna Taylor Case

In an interview with Tucker Carlson on Thursday night, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron gave his most extensive remarks to date about the immense blowback he’s received from black activists for his decision not to charge the cops in the Breonna Taylor case with murder. Cameron, who is black himself, has been called everything from a “race-traitor” to “skin-folk but ...

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Herschel Walker: The Proud Boys Aren’t Out There Destroying Businesses

In a blistering video posted to social media this week, football legend Herschel Walker took former Vice President Joe Biden to task for his remarks at the debate on Tuesday night, where he referred to Antifa as an “idea” and not an organized, anarchist terrorist group. Walker took exception to Biden’s waving away the threat posed by left-wing radicals, and ...

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Elected Democrat in Ohio Throws Her Endorsement to Donald Trump

Not for the first time this election season, a dyed-in-the-wool Democrat has officially endorsed President Donald Trump for a second term. On Tuesday, Bernadine Kennedy Kent, an Ohio State Representative from Columbus, said that she is proud to follow other rogue Democrats in supporting the president. “Today, following in the bold first step of Georgia State Representative Vernon Jones, I ...

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Rush Limbaugh: The Trump Tax Story is a Complete “Dud”

On his radio program this week, Rush Limbaugh said that the much-ballyhooed tax story in The New York Times this weekend did not exactly blow the president out of the water in the way that reporters clearly wanted it to. “You’ve got this New York Times story — I’m sorry. The tax story, it’s a dud. It is a dud ...

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Beyond Woke: Gay Chicago Neighborhood Isn’t Gay Enough for 2020

After 30 years of serving as a welcoming neighborhood for LGBT residents and visitors, Chicago’s “Boystown” neighborhood is getting a new name. See, a recent “inclusivity survey” has determined that the moniker “Boystown” leaves too many people out – namely women and (more importantly, we’re sure) people who do not identify with any particular gender. “Boystown, in Lakeview, has been ...

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Trump Bashes Biden for Lazily Spending His Days in the Basement

In some of his most pointed words yet about the apparent lack of energy emanating from his general election opponent, President Trump said Friday that America deserves a leader “that’s going to work his ass off” for the good of the country. In front of a massive crowd in Newport News, Virginia, Trump said that Biden’s limited campaign schedule was ...

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ABC News Reporter: It’s “Really Unfortunate” That Public Sees Us As The Resistance

ABC News’s Jonathan Karl spoke to Mediaite about the press’s relationship with President Donald Trump this week, saying it was “really unfortunate” that somehow the public got the idea that the Washington media is opposed to the president in some way. Karl, who is the network’s chief White House correspondent, told the outlet that pool reporters are merely doing their ...

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Racist MSNBC Guest: Kentucky AG is “Skin-Folk but Not Kinfolk”

In an unbelievably racist remark on Wednesday night, retired Los Angeles Police Sergeant Cheryl Dorsey said that while Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron may have black skin like hers, he was clearly not black enough to do the right thing in the Breonna Taylor case. While we’ve become accustomed to seeing identity politics rule the day at MSNBC and throughout ...

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