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Van Jones can’t figure out why a woman wouldn’t vote for a woman even though she’s a woman

The Free Beacon managed to capture an odd moment from a recent interview conducted by host Van Jones on his show “The Messy Truth” on CNN with a couple who are Democrats, yet refused to vote for failed Democratic candidate for president Hillary Clinton.

Newt Gingrich stuns Twitter with ‘shameful’ Pearl Harbor Day tweet

On the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, where more than 2,400 Americans were killed and more than 1,100 injured, Newt Gingrich took to Twitter where he seemingly heaped praise on Japan for its “professional brilliance” in the hours leading up to the deadly strike.

Glasgow archeology students advised to skip lectures if the sight of bones is triggering

Archeology students at Glasgow University have been told by their professor that if the site of bones makes them feel uneasy, then they are allowed to skip the lecture.

Dallas Cowboys rookie QB Dak Prescott is winning more than football games this Christmas season

Sure, he’s an NFL rookie who’s leading a team that is currently sitting in first place in the NFC East, but Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has a side to him even more impressive than his accurate arm.

Lindsay Graham says he’ll make Putin “pay a price” for election interference

Democrats have been accusing Russia of helping along President-elect Trump’s campaign, but according to CNN, one particular Republican is also positive that Russia had a hand in making sure Clinton was kept out of office.

Commentary: Netflix inspired me to cut the cord

Andrew Herzog, host of The Bonfire on TheBlaze Radio Network, shares his thoughts on the current media landscape and the ongoing arms race between streaming services and traditional networks: I haven’t had cable for a couple years now, and I won’t go back.

Watch: The Naval Academy’s Glee Club sings a beautiful tribute to the fallen of Pearl Harbor

Just in time for Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, the Naval Academy’s Glee Club assembled to sing a beautiful tribute to those who gave it all to defend the Hawaiian naval base in 1941 from a Japanese surprise attack. Over 2,300 lives were lost in that attack on that “day that will live in infamy.” So, on the 75th anniversary of that fateful day, the USNA’s music department decided to sing “Eternal Father,” in their honor.

‘Transgender 101’: U.S. military offering ‘safe space’ training for millennials

The military continues to become President Barack Obama’s personal laboratory of social experimentation with new classes with titles such as “Transgender 101” offered to help millennials understand how to provide “safe spaces” instead of learning how to slaughter military targets.

Donald Trump finally strikes back at his treatment from SNL

Saturday Night Live has been taking shots at President-elect Trump since he appeared on the stage as a presidential candidate.

France moves to ban pro-life websites

The French Senate approved a bill Wednesday to criminalize some pro-life websites. According to the Guardian, the law, proposed by the country’s Socialist government, will ban websites that “exert psychological or moral pressure” on a pregnant woman not to have an abortion.

New bill would require candidates to release taxes before getting electoral votes from one large state

New York state Sen. Brad Hoylman already has a plan in place to make President-elect Donald Trump transparent again.

After Trump bashes Boeing’s ‘ridiculous’ Air Force One costs, Ukrainian company offers its services

After President-elect Donald Trump took to Twitter Tuesday to blast Boeing for its “ridiculous” and “out of control” Air Force One replacement costs, another aircraft manufacturer offered its services.

Trump taps former pro wrestling executive to head SBA

President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team announced Wednesday that the incoming president was offering the head seat of the Small Business Administration to long-time friend and supporter Linda McMahon, the World Wrestling Entertainment magnate.

Trump snub? Wal-Mart announces $1.3 billion investment in Mexico, creating 10,000 new jobs

While President-elect Donald Trump is celebrating his victories with the Carrier deal and an investment from a Japanese tech company, he might not welcome the news from Wal-Mart that they’re investing more in Mexico.

Jill Stein: ‘We have a case of Jim Crow in Michigan’

Green Party candidate Jill Stein, who has led the presidential election recount effort in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, took to Twitter Wednesday to post her reaction to finding out that many heavily Democratic precincts in and around Detroit will not be included in the recount.

Obama admits he was ‘surprised’ by the rise of the Islamic State

President Barack Obama admitted in an interview set to air Wednesday evening that he was caught off guard by the rise of the Islamic State in 2014.

New health care law passes Senate, heads to president for approval

The 21st Century Cures Act passed the Senate 94-5 Wednesday afternoon and is now on its way to President Barack Obama’s desk for signature, something he has indicated he will do.

Report: Illegal Immigrants using ‘magic words’ to avoid being detained by border security

Illegal immigrants who are caught by border police or who show up to United States ports of entry are using “magic words” to avoid being deported, according to a new report.

Senate Dems get a taste of their own Obamacare medicine

The Senate Democrats are not taking news of the plan to repeal and replace Obamacare very well. They tweeted from their official Twitter account Tuesday something of a demand to Team Trump, indicating they wanted to know what the health care bill would be replaced with before it’s scrapped.

Pope Francis criticizes media for ‘sin’ of disinformation

Pope Francis, in an interview published Wednesday with the Belgian Catholic weekly publication “Tertio,” criticized media outlets that commit the “sin” of spreading disinformation.