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“Stand Your Ground’ Defense Fails In German Exchange Student Case

LISA BAUMANN, Associated Press MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — Just days before he shot to death a 17-year-old German exchange student, Markus Kaarma told hair stylists he had been waiting up to shoot some kids who were burglarizing homes. He told … Read More

California Gun Company Selling ‘Obama’s Blaster’ Gun Barrel

A California gun company has announced a new product named after the President. The ‘The Obama’s Blaster,’ by Ares Armor, is a gun barrel that, according to the description, is so named because “Yes we can build a firearm product.” … Read More

eBay Splits From ALEC

Dec 18 (Reuters) – eBay Inc said on Thursday that it will end its association with the American Legislative Exchange Council, a political group that other tech companies dropped earlier this year due to its views on climate change. “After … Read More

Krauthammer Knows Exactly How Sony Can ‘Screw Over’ North Korea

Fox News contributor Charles Krauthammer thinks Sony Pictures made “exactly the wrong decision” when they decided to pull The Interview from theaters after receiving terror threats from the North Korea-affiliated hackers that committed a massive cyber-attack on the company last … Read More

Things Got Weird Between Megyn Kelly And Obama At White House Christmas Party

Making small talk at social gatherings can be challenging for everyone. But it would seem the practice is especially uncomfortable when you’re a Fox News host at President Barack Obama’s Christmas party. Megyn Kelly found this out the hard way … Read More

Ann Coulter: Most Women Who Say They Were Raped Just ‘Girls Trying to Get Attention’

Appearing on The Lars Larson radio show last week, author and columnist Ann Coulter alleged that most women who report rapes are just “girls trying to get attention.” Discussing the Rolling Stone story about an alleged campus rape at the … Read More

For Some, A ‘Positive Change’; For Others, ‘Obama Is A Coward’: Miami’s Cubans Speak out

President Barack Obama’s announcement Wednesday that the United States would drastically shift its policy toward Cuba for the first time in more than 50 years prompted a large crowd of Miami’s Cuban residents to march through the city’s Little Havana … Read More

FBI Warned Theaters Of Potential Cyberattacks Over ‘The Interview’

BOSTON, Dec 17 (Reuters) – The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation released a warning on Tuesday, advising theaters and other businesses associated with Sony Corp’s Hollywood studio’s film “The Interview” that they could be targeted in cyberattacks. The private document, … Read More

O’Reilly Rips Into Samuel L. Jackson: He’s Trying to ‘Diminish’ America

Bill O’Reilly went after Samuel L. Jackson tonight for his “I Can’t Breathe” song telling people to stand up to “racist police.” O’Reilly scolded Jackson for trying to “diminish” America. O’Reilly spent most of his Talking Points Memo going down … Read More

‘Duck Dynasty’ Star Willie Robertson Is ‘Trying To Figure Out’ If Being Gay Is A Choice

“Duck Dynasty” star Willie Nelson sounded off on the media firestorm that ensued after his father, Phil, argued that being gay is a sin in a 2013 GQ interview. “Some of the things he said in that interview, I didn’t … Read More

Republican Pushes Bill to Force Women to Get Man’s Permission for Abortion Unless They Can Prove ‘Legitimate Rape’

A Republican state lawmaker in Missouri has introduced a bill that will require women seeking an abortion to get consent from the man who impregnated them unless they can prove they were “legitimately” raped. State Representative Rick Brattin’s bill requires … Read More