August 25 - The number of Africans who have illegally
traveled through Panama on their way to the United Sates has
more than doubled so far this year, reaching more than 700,
according to a Spanish-language news report. That figure only
accounts for those who have been apprehended by Panamanian
August 26 - According to
Agence France-Presse, the United States will accept
between 5,000 and 8,000 Syrian refugees in 2016. This is a
modest number when measured on the scale of mass migration – a
veritable drop in the bucket compared to the tide sweeping
through Europe – but still much larger than what Americans
August 27 - Over a quarter, 27 per cent, of the
children born in the UK in 2014 were to mothers born outside
of the UK, increasing half a per cent on 2013. The increase is
part of a long-term trend: in 1969 the number of children born
to non-British born mothers was just 11 per cent, and
according to the latest data from the Office for...
August 25 - Just months
after winning against a Trinity Church lawsuit designed to
force Walmart to quit selling AR-15s and “high capacity”
magazines, Walmart corporate says it will quit selling AR-15s
of its own accord. Moreover, corporate stresses that the
decision is “not political.” According to Gun Talk radio
August 25 - In the wake of two companies now selling
the first commercially available flamethrowers in the United
States, at least one mayor has called for increased
restrictions on their use. And to no one's surprise, the
prospect of prohibition has driven an increase in sales.
"Business is skyrocketing higher than ever due to...
August 27 - The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth
District ruled Wednesday against Kentucky county clerk Kim
Davis over her refusal to issue licenses to homosexual
couples. Davis has refused to issue licenses to any couple
until the matter of homosexual couples is resolved in her
perspective. She claims that it is within...
August 27 - Lawyers have filed a class action lawsuit
against most major automakers over what attorneys call a
deadly "defect" in keyless ignition systems. Keyless ignition
systems, available on many new cars sold in the United States
today, allow drivers to start the car with the press of a
button while an electronic...
August 18 - A congressman has put some 160 public
colleges and universities across America on notice for
restricting students’ speech. “The First Amendment prohibits
the government, including government public colleges and
universities, from infringing on free speech and the free
exercise of religion,” says a new...
August 19 - A British city council member has told
street preachers that he supports their right to speak on
public streets, as long as they avoid one particular topic.
“Preachers do have a right to be out on the streets, but I do
not think it right if they are talking about morality,” Pat
Karney, a member of the Manchester...
August 20 - Iran will get four Russian S-300
surface-to-air missile systems after the two nations sign a
contract next week, marking Tehran's much-feared first step in
acquiring an advanced air defense capability. Russian state
arms producer Almaz-Antey in June said it would supply Iran
with a modernized version of the S-300, among...
August 19 - A cure for obesity could be just an
injection away after scientists at Harvard and MIT discovered
that a tiny DNA tweak causes the metabolism to burn up excess
fat. Although it was thought that piling on the pounds was
largely due to overeating and lack of exercise, researchers
now think that genetics play a...
August 19 - Wildfires are racing through brush that has
been baked dry by four years of drought. A new study says the
drought will cost California close to $3 billion this year
alone. Farmers are paying the biggest price. It's harvest time
in California's Central Valley and the number one thing on
farmer Joe Del Bosque's mind is water.
August 15 - American officials believe Islamic State
militants are now using chemical weapons. They say ISIS
probably used mustard gas in a recent attack against Kurdish
forces in northern Iraq. About 60 Kurdish fighters suffered
breathing difficulties after the attack. That is a tell-tale
sign of chemical weapons use. The jihadist fighters...
August 20 - If you thought the Iran nuclear deal
sounded bad before, it just got even worse. New revelations
about the White House nuclear deal with the Islamic republic
have critics up in arms. It has been learned that Iran will be
allowed to use its own inspectors to investigate a site it has
been accused of using to develop...
August 15 - A Colorado baker who refused to bake a
wedding cake for a homosexual couple because of his religious
beliefs has lost his appeal to the state's court of appeals.
Jack Phillips of Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood refused to
make a wedding cake for a homosexual couple in 2012. Phillips
said he told the couple...
August 17 - A church in South Carolina is set to begin
ordaining homosexual and transgender ministers. The pastor of
the First Baptist Church of Greenville said the congregation
started discussing the policy change well before the Supreme
Court's decision to make homosexual marriage legal nationwide.
"It's going to open up a...
August 12 - Iran denies it is hiding evidence of
nuclear weapons activity even after satellite photos show work
being done at its Parchin military complex, a site often
suspected of building a nuclear warhead. Iran claims the work
is related to road construction, while others, including the
Institute for Science and International...
August 11 - On July 9,
Breitbart News reported that gun crime was surging in the
Democrat-run cities of Baltimore, Chicago, Milwaukee, New
Orleans, and St. Louis. We can now expand that list to include
Democrat-run Houston, Philadelphia, and New York City too.
USA Today, the “number of murders in 2015″ is up...
August 11 - The Ohio Supreme Court Board of
Professional Conduct released a nonbinding, advisory ruling
Monday that denies judges the right to cite their religious
beliefs in refusing to marry homosexual couples. Citing the
judicial oath of office to “support the Constitution of the
United States and the Constitution of Ohio,” the opinion...
August 10 - California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a law
Monday that bans the word “alien” from the state’s labor laws.
SB 432, introduced by State Sen. Tony Mendoza (D-Artesia),
removes the term “alien,” previously defined as “any person
who is not a born or fully naturalized citizen of the United
States.” It also removed the...
August 11 - The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
is now in possession of Democratic presidential candidate
Hillary Clinton’s emails from her tenure as Secretary of
State. Seven emails are currently being reviewed by an
inter-governmental agency, led by the FBI, to determine
whether or not they are classified.
August 12 - The inspector general for the intelligence
community tells Congress that Hillary Clinton’s mail server
held at least two emails classified Top Secret, the highest
possible level of classification. With this news, law
enforcement has at long last taken custody of Clinton’s server
and the thumb drive full of emails held...
August 10 - About one in three Americans now has
diabetes or pre-diabetes. That's nearly 80 million people,
the majority of whom suffer from type 2 diabetes – a
preventable and, often, reversible condition. The
problem is that many Americans are unaware that the foods
they're eating could be setting them up for a dietary...
August 3 - The year-long U.S.-led air campaign against
ISIS has not weakened the jihadi army, according to U.S.
intelligence officials. After spending billions and allegedly
killing 10,000 jihadi fighters, the Islamic State is no weaker
than it was a year ago, the Associated Press quoted unnamed
CIA, Defense Intelligence Agency and...
August 5 - The Obama administration has issued more
than 7.4 million work permits to foreign nationals from 2009 –
2014, beyond the approximately one million lawful permanent
residents and 700,000 foreign guest workers admitted to the
U.S. each year. In written responses to the Senate Judiciary
August 5 -
Breitbart News previously reported the August 5 hatchet
and firearm attack inside a movie theater in the Nashville
suburb of Antioch.
The Tennessean reports that the precise theater was
Carmike Hickory 8 Cinema. We can now report that Carmike
Cinemas has been boycotted over their gun free policies in
July 10 -
Gina McCarthy took a
drumming yesterday when she refused to release the
'secret science' her agency used when drafting new
regulations. Testifying before the House Science, Space and
Technology committee, Rep. Lamar Smith (R) began the Q&A by
asking McCarthy why she...
July 28 - The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has
been considering the approval of AquAdvantage genetically
modified (GM) salmon since 1993. After reviewing the research,
which reportedly came from the salmons' creator AquaBounty,
the FDA concluded in 2012 that the fish was likely safe for
human consumption and...
July 29 - There are many reasons to snack on
almonds. They’re an excellent source of protein, healthy
fats, and antioxidants, for starters, and almond skins even
contain beneficial phenols, flavonoids. and phenolic acids,
which are typically associated with vegetables and fruits.
Drinking almond milk may therefore seem...
August 4 - On July 23, 2015, the US House of
Representatives passed HR 1599,1 ironically misnamed "The Safe
and Accurate Food Labeling Act" more commonly referred to as
the "Deny Americans the Right to Know" or DARK Act. Despite
heavy opposition, the measure was approved 275-150. The
July 22 - Judicial Watch announced today that it has
obtained documents from the Internal Revenue Service
(IRS) that confirm that the IRS used donor lists to tax-exempt
organizations to target those donors for audits. The documents
also show IRS officials specifically highlighted how the U.S.
Chamber of Commerce may come...
July 23 - States could no longer require labels on
genetically modified foods under legislation the House is
considering. The legislation scheduled for a vote Thursday is
backed by the food industry, which has fought state labeling
efforts around the country. So far, Vermont is the only state
set to require the labels.
July 22 - Thomas Jefferson and
Andrew Jackson are history in Connecticut. Under pressure
NAACP, the state
Democrat Party will scrub the names of the two presidents
from its annual fundraising dinner because of their ties to
slavery. Party leaders voted unanimously Wednesday night in
Hartford to rename the...
July 22 - Seattle’s $15 minimum wage law is supposed to
lift workers out of poverty and move them off public
assistance. But there may be a hitch in the plan. Evidence is
surfacing that some workers are asking their bosses for fewer
hours as their wages rise – in a bid to keep overall income
down so they don’t lose...
July 22 - New York moved on Wednesday to raise the
minimum wage for fast-food workers to $15 an hour by the end
of 2018 in New York City and by mid-2021 in the rest of the
state. The New York Wage Board voted unanimously for the
increase, which would cover some 180,000 workers statewide and
affect fast-food chains with...
July 23 - The District of Columbia could raise its
minimum wage to $15 an hour by mid-2020 under a ballot
initiative cleared this week, making it the latest U.S. city
to consider raising base pay for hourly workers. Washington's
elections board on Wednesday allowed backers to start a
petition drive that could put the...
July 22 - A longtime county employee in Indiana has
filed a lawsuit after she was fired for refusing to process a
marriage-license application for a same-sex couple, arguing
her civil and constitutional rights were violated. The
complaint filed in U.S. District Court for the Southern
District of Indiana at New Albany by Linda...
July 22 - Florida health officials say they’ve seen
nine cases of leprosy in recent weeks, a dramatic uptick to
the state’s usual count at this time of year and something
doctors are attributing to the patients’ exposure to
armadillos. On an average year, Florida sees about 10 leprosy
diagnoses and the nation, about 100. “It’s a...
July 23 - The Obama administration is trying to take
unilateral action – without Congress – and expand a 2013 rule
to give even more illegal immigrants the ability to stay in
America. The Department of Homeland Security has proposed an
expansion to a waiver system enacted in 2013 that allows
illegals to stay in-country for up to...
July 23 - While some cities in Texas and other Southern
states have been adopting ordinances that protect their
citizenry from creeping Shariah-compliant practices, cities
such as Seattle are taking the opposite approach. Seattle’s
Democrat Mayor Ed Murray was so concerned that Muslims and
other residents weren’t buying...
July 20 - The barbaric terror group is using bomb vests
strapped to poultry in an effort to blow up enemy strongholds.
Commanders can detonate them via remote control in a sickening
addition to the murderous regime’s arsenal. But experts said
the crude devices show the chaotic state of the group who,