Note: This will be the last one of these as it was an experiment that failed.
The suspect in a terror-related attack in New York City has been identified as Akayed Ullah, a Bangladeshi Muslim immigrant who lives in Brooklyn and was allegedly inspired by ISIS.
As we were celebrating Thanksgiving, ISIS issued a threatening video message titled “Christmas in New York.” However, authorities claim yesterday’s NYC subway bomber acted alone.
There are now more so-called journalists in Jerusalem than there are Palestinian protesters since President Trump recognized the city as Israel’s capital.
Molotov cocktails were thrown at a synagogue in Malmo, Sweden. No one was injured and the building wasn’t damaged. This is the second incident carried out against the Jewish community within 48 hours.
A Republican National committeewoman from Nebraska, Joyce Simmons has quit the organization, writing that she “strongly” disagrees with the RNC’s choice to resume financial support for Judge Roy Moore.
A federal court has ordered the Pentagon to allow transgender people to enlist in the military beginning January 1, despite opposition from President Trump.
The U.S. Supreme court is refusing hear the case of a Georgia woman who claims she was harassed and forced out from her job because she’s a lesbian. The court gave no explanation why it won’t take the case.
Two-thousand, seventy-five dollars. That’s every American’s personal share of the fiscal year 2017 budget deficit. The total deficit? $666 billion.
Polls no longer reflect opinion. Instead they’re used to push and create opinion.
And finally, you cannot pour from an empty vessel.