Dennis Prager on Fox: New York Times Best-Sellers List Isn’t Real

On Friday’s Tucker Carlson Tonight, radio host and author Dennis Prager explained that the “best seller list” in The New York Times isn’t real, because it excludes conservative and religious books it doesn’t like, despite the obvious facts that other book-sales lists in the industry include them. Prager cited his new best-seller The Rational Bible: Exodus.      DENNIS PRAGER: It’s about The New York Times best-seller list. It’s not a best-seller list. I don’t say this with any anger. I say it, though, with certitude. It doesn’t tell what the best-selling books are. And they admitted it in...

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Migrant caravan reaches US/Mexico border town of Tijuana

“If members of the ‘caravan’ enter the country illegally, they will be referred for prosecution for illegal entry in accordance with existing law.” About 3 weeks ago, Legal Insurrection’s Mary Chastain noted that the caravan of immigrants from Central America was continuing its journey to the United States, despite being “disbanded” in Mexico City.Now, a contingent from that caravan is encamped in the border town of Tijuana. Numerous tents were set up at the Movimiento Juventud 2000 shelter in Tijuana, just south of California, to house the migrants — who have said they are fleeing violence and persecution in...

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12 Crazy Sex Facts You Didn’t Know

A Billion Wicked Thoughts: What the Internet Tells Us About Sexual Relationships is an extraordinary book. It’s a scientific study of sex that focuses heavily on what the neuroscientists who wrote the book learned from studying people’s preferences for pornography, Ogas and Gaddam analyzed a billion web searches, a million Web sites, a million erotic videos, a million erotic stories, millions of personal ads, and tens of thousands of digitized romance novels. Their groundbreaking findings will profoundly alter the way you think about the sexual relationships of women and men. The book was actually very educational and had some quite surprising...

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Science, Consensus and Polar Bears

Polar bears have become an icon of the global warming movement. The theory is that global warming reduces the volume of Arctic sea ice, which in turn impacts polar bear habitat. Notwithstanding the fact that polar bears have survived through multiple ice ages and warm periods, and in recent years polar bear populations have grown rather than shrinking, the Left finds it convenient to use them for political purposes. Polar Bear Science is a web site run by Susan Crockford, one of the world’s leading experts on polar bears, with over 35 years of experience and many scientific publications. Recently, she was viciously attacked in the New York Times (where else) by leftists who were outraged that she pointed out the fact, based on published data, that climate alarmists’ predictions about polar bear populations have not come true. At Polar Bear Science, polar bear specialist Mitchell Taylor writes about scientific accountability in the degraded era in which we live. Who is Dr. Taylor? Dr. Mitch Taylor was a member of the IUCN Polar Bear Specialist Group (PBSG) as a polar bear scientist representing Canada for 28 years (1981-2008) but in 2009 he was booted out by chairman Andrew Derocher for his skeptical views on human-caused global warming. The group then changed their rules on membership to justify their actions. Dr. Taylor writes: It has become a lot more difficult...

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China wants to know: What’s your “social credit score”?

“It’s the ultimate version of ‘Big Brother’s watching’,” Gayle King remarks at the end of this segment on CBS This Morning, but that’s not quite right. China’s effort to assign a “social credit score” to everyone in the nation is the outcome of Big Brother, and perhaps not even the ultimate outcome at that. Beijing’s massive state-run video surveillance system has enabled the government to track the behavior of its citizens right down to the most minute and mundane decisions: By 2020, China plans to give all its 1.4. billion citizens a personal score, based on how they behave....

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Will There Be More Rush Revere Books?

RUSH: We’re gonna start in Jonestown, Pennsylvania, with Eric. It’s great to have you. How are you doing, sir? CALLER: Good. Thanks for taking my call, Mr. Limbaugh. RUSH: You bet, sir. CALLER: I’ve one question, then I have a question my daughters are desperately having me ask you. But first, do you think that this Russian collusion garbage is actually gonna be a voting issue? And rather than affecting President Trump in a negative way, you know, voters are tired of this witch hunt that they’re almost becoming sympathetic to the president, you know, swinging the pendulum the...

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Bush-appointed federal judge rules Trump’s DACA rescission was ‘unlawful and must be set aside’

A George W. Bush-appointed federal judge on Tuesday ruled that President Trump’s decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA, “was unlawful and must be set aside.” U.S. District Judge John D. Bates in Washington became the third judge to rule against the White House’s plans to end the program. Judges William Alsup and Nicholas Garaufis, both Clinton appointees, had each issued injunctions earlier this year preventing the administration from terminating DACA based on its stated rationale that the Obama-era program was an illegal executive overreach. In his ruling, Bates noted a “non-trivial” possibility that the administration would...

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Wikileaks Set To Expose Corrupt DNC In Counter Lawsuit: “We’ve Never Lost A Publishing Case & Discovery Is Going To Be A…

Well, one thing you can count on about Wikileaks is that they release the information and let the public determine what it actually means and I’m sure it will be no different once they start the discovery process in their announced counter lawsuit against the Democratic National Committee. On Friday, Wikileaks tweeted the announcement of their counter lawsuit and asked the public to join in supporting them. “The Democrats are suing @WikiLeaks and @JulianAssange for revealing how the DNC rigged the Democratic primaries. Help us counter-sue. We’ve never lost a publishing case and discovery is going to be amazing...

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True Scope of Yeti’s NRA Hatred Revealed by Former Association Prez

Today has been a busy one for the American cooler industry as word reverberated around the nation that the company Yeti was taking a stand against the Second Amendment. Yeti, who is famous for their double-walled insulation and exorbitant price tag, recently, and secretly, pulled their support of the NRA, nullifying a long term deal to extend discounts to members.  The offer was a no brainer, given the extreme overlap between the hunting, camping, and firearms markets.  The reaction was swift. “Here’s the famous YETI,” he said of the high-end ice chest. He then opened the top of the...

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Financially strapped DNC thinks woke teens could be the answer to their money woes

Peter Hasson, DCNF (Photo by Pete Marovich/Getty Images) The Democratic National Committee is fundraising in the face of money troubles The DNC and Democrats are increasingly using teenagers to push their donation campaign Stoneman Douglas High School students have appeared in the fundraising push The financially struggling Democratic National Committee thinks woke teens are the solution to its money problems. Since the mass shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School on Feb. 14, the DNC has built its fundraising message around using high school and college students to coax more money of potential donors. “I wasn’t old enough to vote for President Obama,” reads the subject line of a Monday DNC fundraising email. The email was signed by University of Arizona senior Joseline Mata, the president of College Democrats of America, who requested donations so the DNC can “empower and mobilize” young voters. That includes high schoolers. “There are about four million 17-year-olds in our country who will turn 18 before Election Day,” Mata told would-be donors, “can you imagine what a difference it would make if we got them all out to the polls?” In February, the DNC appeared to pass off a grown man as a “school-age kid” in a fundraising email. “No one is ever the same after losing a loved one to gun violence,” read a Feb. 26 email from Ronnie Mosley. “It’s why I became a student activist ten...

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NY Times Corrects Claim That Palestinians Paying Terrorists Is a ‘Far-Fight Conspiracy’

In a Friday story about former CNN and NBC journalist Campbell Brown, who is now Facebook’s “head of new partnerships,” New York Times reporter Nellie Bowles claimed that one of the social-media giant’s premium services has “been flooded with far-right conspiracy programming.” The “conspiracy” example Bowles cited: “Palestinians Pay $400 million Pensions For Terrorist Families.” That claim is widely known to be true. The Times issued a grudging and incomplete correction. On March 6, The Jerusalem Post reported that the Palestinian Authority’s 2018 budget raised the amount paid “to terrorists and their families” to just above $400 million, a 16 percent...

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Here’s the problem with the Texas Senate Q Poll showing a close race

Early polling is good for testing the water, but not necessarily sufficient for predicting electoral outcomes. Last week, I blogged about a poll published by Quinnipiac University. The poll showed the upcoming Texas Senate election as too close to call. Sen. Ted Cruz has a formidable opponent in Rep. Beto O’Rourke, but no one in Texas believes the poll is close to reality. That’s not to say that running as a favored incumbent in a deep red state should be taken for granted though. We discussed that issue and more here. There are several issues with the Q Poll. As...

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Not high on Heitkamp

I had the opportunity to meet and chat with North Dakota Rep. Kevin Cramer at a fundraiser this past Friday morning in Minneapolis. Rep. Cramer serves in Congress as North Dakota’s at-large representative. With President Trump’s support and at his urging, he is running against Democratic incumbent Senator Heidi Heitkamp in the election this November. Not having heard Rep. Cramer speak before, I was extremely impressed. He is personable. He is ebullient. He is smart. He is conservative. I think he is a tremendous candidate. Having been elected to Congress along with Heitkamp in 2012, Rep. Cramer has compiled a record that stacks up favorably against hers. Indeed, he is already exerting a chilling effect on her. On April 18 last week, Rep. Cramer issued a statement supporting the confirmation of Mike Pompeo as Secretary of State. His press release stated: “While working with Mike on the Energy and Commerce Committee, I witnessed his expert questioning and understanding on diverse policy matters. I am confident he is qualified to uphold this position with his experience in the House, leading the CIA, graduation from Harvard Law, and Military service just to name a few. Mike has earned a swift confirmation by the Senate, and I wish I could vote for him.” On April 19 the Hill reported “Heitkamp becomes first Dem to back Pompeo for secretary of State” (“virtually guaranteeing...

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Maryland GOP Governor Larry Hogan doesn’t care about your blue wave

So is there a “blue wave” coming in November? It’s still far too early to say and the forecasts of the Democrats may prove to be overly optimistic, but Republicans around the country are still acting nervous. There’s one notable exception to that trend, however. Maryland, one of the bluer states in the nation, has a GOP governor in the person of Larry Hogan and he’s not looking nervous at all. In fact, the guy’s approval ratings dwarf those of almost anyone else in politics today and a new poll shows that none of his likely Democratic challengers are...

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French President Macaroni Arrives on His Little Jet

RUSH: Oh, look, the French president has arrived on his little jet. Do you know that — this is great. (interruption) What’s so funny? Well, it is. It looks like an Airbus A310 or A320 or something. It’s not a 747. It’s smaller than Trump’s jet. It’s smaller than Trump’s personal jet. Trump’s personal jet is 757. This is an A320. It’s a nice airplane; don’t misunderstand. At any rate, they’re having dinner tonight at Mount Vernon. Trump is hosting Macaroni at Mount Vernon, the home of George Washington. Folks, if you haven’t been to Mount Vernon, they have...

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Trump warns Iran on nuclear program, as Macron aims to preserve pact

President Trump warned Iran’s leaders Tuesday of “bigger problems than they’ve ever had before” if they restart their nuclear program — while standing by his criticism of the Obama-era nuclear pact as visiting French President Emmanuel Macron lobbies him to preserve it.  During an Oval Office meeting with Macron, the president told reporters that the two leaders would discuss the future of the Iran nuclear deal. “People know my view. It is a terrible deal that should have never been made,” Trump said. “Iran seems to be behind everything where there is a problem. You look at what’s happening, in...

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Nope, YETI Didn’t Cut Their Ties With The NRA – They Just Stopped A Program

If you are not familiar with YETI products, they are some top of the line products that keeps your drinks cold or hot for a very long time, and they are certainly proud of their products as evidenced by their price tags.  Recently, a past National Rifle Association President claimed that YETI, who had been a long time supporter of the NRA had cut ties with the Second Amendment organization. First, the National Rifle Association – Institute for Legislative Action posted the following: DATE: April 20, 2018 TO: USF & NRA Member and Friends FROM: Marion P. Hammer USF...

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TERROR IN TORONTO! Canadian Neighbors Suffer Van Attack

The western hemisphere has been a bit subdued in terms of global terror in recent years, with Europe and the Middle East still taking the usual brunt of the caliphate’s rage. Europe has been hit particularly hard in recent years, thanks to the EU’s insistence that member nations respond to an influx of middle easter migrants with open arms, speeding up their already lax border security measures, and allowing a great number of radical Islamic extremists to slip onto the continent. Bombings, mass shootings, and vehicles attacks have been the workhorse tactics of these villainous scum, and their targets...

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Kanye posts ‘Dilbert guy’ and ‘white liberals’ lose their ever-loving minds. What just happened?

Kanye West’s return to Twitter has not gone unnoticed as he has sparked reaction for his support of conservative Candace Owens and now turned heads by posting videos of the creator of Dilbert. West triggered a myriad of reactions Monday as he shared parts of a video uploaded by the comic book character’s creator, Scott Adams. The artist shared a 22-minute monologue on Sunday about Trump, North Korea and “how Kanye showed the way to The Golden Age.” pic.twitter.com/bgUbqzUn9Y — KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) April 23, 2018 Adams, an admirer of President Trump, declared in his video that West “knows history doesn’t...

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CNN Host Finds Nothing But ‘Racist’ Intent in Trump ‘Breeding’ Tweet

After a trio of CNN political analysts pestered Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders about a controversial Trump tweet on immigration during Monday’s White House press briefing, the speculation about the President’s intent continued on CNN’s Erin Burnett OutFront later that evening. And, of course, the only implications they could think of involved the President being a staunch racist. “And pretty much all of them are pretty racist. In fact, all of them are pretty racist,” declared Burnett. The tweet sent out by President Trump read: There is a Revolution going on in California. Soooo many Sanctuary areas want OUT...

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They Laughed at Us When We Raised Hell Over Obamacare’s Death Panels

This is the end result of a culture that worked diligently to devalue human life. In February, Republicans used the awful budget deal to kill an Obamacare provision that was never implemented — the Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB). During the great Obamacare debates, then-Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin referred to IPAB as a ‘death panel.’ IPAB, if triggered, would’ve granted Medicare cutting authority to 15 unelected bureaucrats if spending exceeding certain thresholds. This board would’ve been able to prioritize cost-cutting measures over care. Hypothetically and in the worst case scenarios, a tiny group of oversight immune government employees...

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The Great Earth Day Yawn

Wait—yesterday was Earth Day! I must have yawned right through it. Like most Americans, if you go by the surveys showing increasingly public indifference toward environmentalism. I used to make a big deal out of Earth Day, pointing out for years that the data in rich countries showed an almost unbroken record of significant environmental improvement is just about every major category. This would send environmentalists into howls of outrage, because good news is bad news for Crisis Entrepreneurs.TM A good example of the broken (plastic!) record of environmentalism comes to us this morning courtesy of the usually half-sober folks...

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Gallup: Number who say Trump deserves reelection same as number for Obama and Clinton at this stage

A reality check for POTUS’s critics about his odds of winning again in 2020. The numbers have been strikingly consistent among the last four presidents in year two of their terms when Gallup asked voters if they deserve reelection. Trump pulls 37 percent right now, the same number as Barack Obama did in October 2010 and just a point lower than Bill Clinton pulled in October 1994. The only outlier is Dubya, who was still surfing the tide of post-9/11 national goodwill to the tune of 60 percent on this question in September 2002. By the time each man...

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TRUMP: ‘I WOULDN’T BE PRESIDENT WITHOUT THIS MAN’

WND: When Michael Savage met Donald Trump at the president’s Mar-a-Lago Club in South Florida last month, Trump put his arm around the radio talk-show host and declared to attentive diners: “I wouldn’t be president without this man.” Trump, a frequent guest on the nationally syndicated “The Savage Nation,” has acknowledged the influence of Savage’s trademark of “borders, language, culture” on his odds-defying campaign, and now Savage is set to release Tuesday his prescription for a successful presidency, “Trump’s War: His Battle for America.” In an interview with WND, Savage recounted sitting down for an hour with Trump over...

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