Ocasio-Cortez prepares for war… on her own party

She hasn’t even drawn her first paycheck as a member of Congress yet and won’t be casting any votes for a couple of months, but the political media is already flitting around Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez like moths surrounding a streetlight. And she’s responding to all the attention by setting a big agenda for herself. Rather than

Chili peppers found to be a powerful natural cure for depression

(Natural News) Here’s a good reason to add some spice into your life: Chili peppers were found to be effective in managing symptoms of depression. In a study published in the European Journal of Medicinal Plants, chili pepper extracts were found to exhibit anti-depressive effects. Researchers from Kaduna State University in Nigeria aimed to determine whether methanol…

Can Trump bring down Maduro by cutting off his gold supply?

The idea of the United States directly intervening in Venezuela via military force has been off the table from the beginning. (The Trump administration did send someone to take a meeting with some coup plotters at one point, but nothing came of it.) But might there be some other way we could help knock their

DARPA, Army Select These Three Companies For Hypersonic Missile Propulsion 

A joint program by the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA)/ US Army Operational Fires (OpFires) has picked a total of three defense companies to develop and demonstrate a novel ground-launched system enabling hypersonic boost-glide weapons to penetrate the world’s most advanced air defenses and quickly and accurately engage critical time-sensitive enemy targets. Aerojet Rocketdyne,

As predicted, GOP tax cuts prompt record tax revenues

Remember when Democrats mocked last year’s tax-cut legislation? And Nancy Pelosi called the tax breaks for Americans “crumbs”? But President Trump and congressional Republicans said they would ignite a booming economy and actually increase federal tax collections from greater economic activity including more consumer spending, business investments, higher wages and even employee bonuses. Well, guess

Medal of Freedom ceremony: Scalia’s sex life and Elvis is a racist

I love a nice ceremony. What could be better than one that honors the best of us? Friday afternoon President Trump bestowed the Medal of Freedom, our nation’s highest civilian award to six men and one woman. He did so in his own sometimes irreverent way. I expected nothing less. The recipients included Senator Orrin Hatch,

Strip Club “Business Meetings” Not At All Affected By #MeToo Movement

In an age of ultra-political correctness, arbitrary genders and sexual consent forms, one might think that the archetypal red-blooded American male has been reduced to a quivering, confused soy-boy afraid to express himself lest he offend a woman. And, according to Bloomberg, one would be wrong at least behind the closed doors of your average strip club.  Like

The best herbal remedies for depression

(Natural News) For a condition that affects over 16 million people in the U.S. every year, there’s still a lot that we don’t know about depression. In particular, some people equate extreme sadness to depression. This is not only an oversimplification, it’s also misleading as depression is much more nuanced and complex than simple unhappiness. However, it’s…

Major Syrian Army Assault On Southeast Idlib As Sochi Deal Unravels

The Syrian Army unleashed a major assault across the southeastern part of Idlib province on Saturday, a military source told Middle East news site Al-Masdar in a breaking report. According to the source, government forces pounded jihadist defenses across the southeast Idlib axis with a plethora of artillery shells and surface-to-surface missiles.  This latest exchange between the Syrian military and

Tijuana mayor on arriving migrant caravan: ‘It’s a tsunami’

About 2,000 members of the migrant caravan have now reached their destination in Tijuana, Mexico, just a few miles south of San Diego. But the town’s mayor and many residents have not been thrilled by their arrival. Friday, Mayor Juan Manuel Gastélum called the influx a “tsunami” and referred to some of the migrants as “bums.”

Democrat Threatens To “Nuke” American Citizens Who Won’t Give Up Guns

Democrat Eric Swalwell claimed he was being ‘sarcastic’ when he responded to a Twitter user, saying that anyone who wouldn’t willingly surrender their ‘assault weapons’ could just be “nuked” by the government. Many people wonder why so many people support the Second Amendment, and Swalwell’s comments bring home the very reason for that Constitutional right.

Cutting back on alcohol can do wonders for your health

(Natural News) Apart from eating healthy and engaging in regular physical activity, there’s one more thing that people with Type 2 diabetes can do to ensure that they are always in the pink of health – cut back on alcohol consumption. After all, reducing alcohol intake lowers the risk of developing serious health conditions, including…

IT’S OVER: Andrew Gillum CONCEDES Florida Governor’s Race to Ron DeSantis… Again

IT’S OVER: Andrew Gillum CONCEDES Florida Governor’s Race to Ron DeSantis… Again Democrat challenger in Florida’s gubernatorial race Andrew Gillum conceded to Republican Ron DeSantis Saturday; ending their high-stakes showdown over who will lead the Sunshine State. Gillum posted the announcement on social media, saying he wanted to “congratulate Mr. DeSantis on becoming the next

SCOTUS to look at testimony involving census citizenship question

When it was first announced that the government would be expanding the practice of asking a question about citizenship to all census forms in 2020 (rather than just the long forms where it’s already asked), open borders proponents were outraged. A flurry of lawsuits from blue states followed which have been tied up in the

Tesla Model 3 Delivery Horror Stories Keep Coming In

In keeping with their scheme business model of having the cart well in front of the horse, Tesla has just announced that they’re going to begin taking orders for the Model 3 in China. But as a New York Times expose recently pointed out, many of those who ordered Model 3s in the United States – like 44 year

Judicial Watch Wins: Hillary Must Answer For Illegal Act

Although it seems as if no one in the deep state or Justice Department cares enough about Hillary Clinton’s private server, and the breach that may have cost the lives of dozens of American spies, Judicial Watch does. In a lawsuit demanding answers, U.S. District Court Judge Emmet G. Sullivan ruled that within 30 days

Ridding clutter from your life can make you more focused and productive

(Natural News) Clutter can deprive you of your focus and reduce your productivity. The reverse is also true. According to Be Brain Fit, decreasing the amount of clutter around you reduces your stress levels. Material possessions have come to represent hopes and dreams. Throwing something away makes the person feel guilty about abandoning it. Furthermore, the…

The new Title IX rules, while imperfect, are an improvement

A draft of the new Title IX rules from the Department of Education was circulated a couple of months ago and they predictably had progressive groups setting their hair on fire. The final version has now been rolled out and, while there were some minor (but troubling) changes made, those same groups aren’t going to

Gaetz Was Right! Dems Plan To ‘Overhaul’ Voting Laws In Florida

Democrats in Florida are viewing the recount fight as a way to reach a dream… rewriting the voting laws to stop conservatives from ever having power again. The Hill reports, “While most of the lawsuits are centered around the recount, some Democrats see the effort as a chance to change some of the standards governing

The Amazing Story Of Cryptocurrencies Before Bitcoin

Authored by Marcell Nimfuehr, via HackerNoon What — you exclaim with disbelief. Cryptocurrencies before Bitcoin? Yes, indeed. Don’t get me wrong, Bitcoin was the first blockchain-based currency. But by far not the first purely digital money. That one has a colorful history of dreams, prosecution and failure. The misfits of cryptocurrencies delivered the lessons-learned for

Trump comes to Nancy Pelosi’s rescue in speaker race

Nancy Pelosi is having a bit of a time trying to secure the votes necessary to get back into her old office of Speaker of the House. She feels entitled to the position and she’s just not ready to admit that it’s time for the next generation of Democrats to move into more positions of