Moore said he is not depressed about the Republican Party because the next generation embraces liberal ideas like gun control and gay marriage. “They are not bigots, they are not haters” he said and then called the GOP a “squealing dinosaur.”
The mayor then spent the better part of his 15 minute address on gun control, celebrating the occasion by attacking the NRA and highlighting recent gun violence.
President Nicholas Maduro blames anti-government forces and the private sector for causing the shortages in an effort to destabilize the country.
“If nothing else, these records show that federal policy around access to the contents of our electronic communications is in a state of chaos. The FBI, the Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys, and DOJ Criminal Division should clarify whether they believe warrants are required across the board when accessing people’s email.”
“The question is, how stupid do they think we are?” Will exclaimed on Sunday’s broadcast of ABC’s This Week with George Stephanopoulos. “Just imagine, Donna Brazile, if the George W. Bush administration had IRS underlings, out in Cincinnati of course, saying, ‘We're going to target groups with the word 'progressive' in their title,’ we would have all hell breaking loose.”
Townhall went out to the streets of liberal New York City to find out how politically engaged the average New Yorker is. It appears that those who lazily equate MSNBC and Fox News probably don't watch either network.
Over the past decade, these double digit nominal increases have quadrupled spending, and they have made the PLA budget second in size only to that of the U.S. military budget.
Most Muslims reject suicide bombing and other attacks against civilians, but a substantial minority in many counties—including 40 percent in Palestine, 39 percent in Afghanistan, 26 percent in Bangladesh, 29 percent in Egypt, 15 percent in Jordan and 15 percent in Turkey—view attacks against civilians as a legitimate means to defending Islam against its enemies.
Amid the controversial debate on gun control, Townhall’s Katie Pavlich went out to Arizona for an intensive week-long firearms training course at a state of the art training facility highlighting the importance of being educated in self-defense.
“I wasn’t surprised when kids in Tahir Square made their voices heard. I was not surprised people in Tunisia got sick of corrupt government. They wanted a rightful place in society,” the 43rd President said. “What I hope doesn’t happen is that the American people will say it is none of our business because the September 11th exhibit said it is our business—it matters here at home.”