• Here’s Why I Choose Life Instead Of Ending It Like My Dad Did

    Here’s Why I Choose Life Instead Of Ending It Like My Dad Did

    One of my first memories is of my father holding a bottle of pills in his hand, angrily sobbing, and ranting about how the world would be better without him. I was probably around seven years old then and my memory, as vivid and tangible today as it was in that moment, is of determination rather than fear or panic. I had done this before.

    My grandmother told me my father would fall into deep and sometimes violent periods of depression as far back as a child, and often use suicide as an emotional weapon. She had grown to shake her head and simply walk away. READ MORE...

  • An Interview With Tucker Carlson on Trump's Unintentional Political Genius

    An Interview With Tucker Carlson on Trump’s Unintentional Political Genius

    Tucker Carlson, host of the popular Fox News show “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” spoke to Daily Signal editor-in-chief Rob Bluey at The Heritage Foundation’s 41st annual Resource Bank meeting in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Carlson received the prestigious Salvatori Prize, recognizing his work to uphold and advance the principles of America’s founding. The full video, plus an edited transcript of the interview, is below.

    Rob Bluey: It is a true honor to celebrate the work that you’ve done, and I want to begin with the advice that you left this audience on how conservatives can take back the culture. You had two pieces of advice. Tell us about them. READ MORE...

  • Bill Introduced In Congress That Would Require Gun Owners To Be Licensed & Sales Tracked

    Bill Introduced In Congress That Would Require Gun Owners To Be Licensed & Sales Tracked

    Here’s just another way that Communist Democrats are attempting to regulate and restrict your God-given right to keep and bear arms.  A bill introduced last week in the House by Representative Bobby Rush as H.R. 6024 and in the Senate as S.3002 by Senator Tammy Duckworth would require all gun owners to be licensed by the federal government and all gun sales tracked.

    Needless to say, you don’t need a license to own a gun, just like you don’t need a license to engage in any of the other rights that are supposed to be protected under our Constitution, like exercising the Christian religion in public, free speech, freedom of the press or freedom of assembly. READ MORE...

  • #FreeTommy Robinson Rally Draws Tens Of Thousands

    #FreeTommy Robinson Rally Draws Tens Of Thousands

    This weekend, the #FreeTommy Robinson rally drew upwards of 20,000 supporters, according to organizers, in support of the outspoken critic of Islam and exposer of their crimes in his country and against his tyrannical arrest and imprisonment.

    Among those in attendance at the Saturday rally in London outside Downing Street were UKIP leader Gerard Batten, For Britain leader Anne Marie Waters, former Breitbart London editor-in-chief Raheem Kassam and Dutch opposition leader Geert Wilders.

    Wilders, who had been banned from entering the UK, tweeted out his support of Tommy Robinson prior to speaking to those in attendance. READ MORE...

  • Trump/Kim Meeting Shows Value of Policy Over Politics

    Trump/Kim Meeting Shows Value of Policy Over Politics

    When President Reagan met with Mikhail Gorbachev in Reykjavik, Iceland, on October 11, 1987, it helped put into motion events that would dramatically change the global system. A line of communication was fully opened with an enemy of decades and substantive issues were on the table. Though the summit was initially reported as a failure, with the two sides unable to sign a final agreement, history now shows us that it was actually a great success that paved the way to the eventual end of the Cold War and a reduction in the threat of a nuclear war. READ MORE...

  • How Harvard Secretly Discriminates Against Americans of Asian Descent

    How Harvard Secretly Discriminates Against Americans of Asian Descent

    In April, a group launched a lawsuit against the school, insisting that Harvard University release hidden information regarding its admissions.

    The organization leading the lawsuit is Students for Fair Admissions, which is comprised of Asian-American students who applied to get into Harvard and were rejected. The group says it believes the school is guilty of racial discrimination, specifically against students of Asian descent.

    “The public has a right to know exactly what is going on at Harvard,” said William S. Consovoy, a lawyer for Students for Fair Admissions, according to The New York Times. “Even if this were a commercial issue—as Harvard would like to portray it—the public would have a right to know if the product is defective or if a fraud is being perpetrated.” READ MORE...

  • Researcher Shows How Phone Shows Ads Based On Conversations It Hears

    Researcher Shows How Phone Shows Ads Based On Conversations It Hears

    For years, smartphone users have been growing increasingly suspicious that their devices are listening to them to feed them advertisements and to “enhance their experience” on third-party apps. Companies like Google and Facebook have consistently denied these claims, saying that targeted ads and messages are merely a coincidence, and that data for these services are taken in other ways.

    However, earlier this year during the Cambridge Analytica scandal we began to see some of the first hints that our phones may actually be listening to us. READ MORE...

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