‘Blood of Steve Scalise is on your hands!’ Protesters disrupt ‘Julius Caesar’

June 18, 2017

Protesters disrupted a New York City stage production of “Julius Caesar” Friday that featured a bloody assassination of a character that resembled President Trump.  One protester, identified as Rebel Media’s Laura Loomer, stormed the stage and shouted, “Stop Leftist Violence.” Click here for a free subscription to Todd’s newsletter – a must-read for patriots! Another protester, identified as Jack Posobiec, rose to his feet and yelled, “The blood of Steve…

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Ted Nugent: ‘I’m Not Going To Engage In Hateful Rhetoric Anymore’

June 16, 2017

I have reevaluated my approach, he told Curtis Sliwa and Eboni Williams on ABC radio in New York. He said he was a street fighter who used certain harsh terms. But he said he plans to watch himself now. And I encourage even my friends/enemies on the left in the Democrat and liberal world that we have got to be civil to each other, that the whole world is watching…

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Latinos thrive in radio and TV despite Trump

June 11, 2017

(CNN)While President Donald Trump was focusing on building a wall along our southern border, a sound barrier across the Western Hemisphere was being shattered by the Latin beat wafting across the airwaves. At a time when many US Latinos are feeling marginalized and under attack from political rhetoric on the right and ineffective representation on the left, Spanish pop songs that galvanize an American audience are a recognition that Latinos…

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Mountain Climber Makes History With Rope-Free, Death-Defying Ascent At Yosemite

June 6, 2017

The 31-year-old elite climber on Saturday became the first person to scale the nearly 3,000-foot face of Yosemites El Capitan granite formation without ropes or safety gear, an act known in mountaineering as free-soloing. National Geographic, which exclusively reported Honnolds ascent, called it perhapsthe greatest feat of pure rock climbing in the history of the sport. Fellow elite climber Tommy Caldwell had another way of describing Honnolds feat: After Honnold…

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WATCH: Rock’s Biggest Acts Honor Chris Cornell With Moving Tributes

U2 played Black Hole Sun through the PA system before taking the stage at the Rose Bowl on Saturday, then dedicated the song Running To Stand Still to Cornell during the concert: Aerosmith showed a large portrait of Cornell on the screen as Black Hole Sun played over the PA system before the first encore during a performance in the nation of Georgia on Saturday. When the band emerged from…

May 23, 2017
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Cher Makes Us ‘Believe’ At The Billboard Music Awards

Shortly after Celine Dionsang her 1997 hitMy Heart Will Go On, Cher killed it onstage with her 1998 No. 1 song Believe. She then turned back time to 1989, performing If I Could Turn Back Time, in a similar outfit to the one she wore in herlegendary music video filmed aboard the USS Missouri. Everyone was taken with Chers performance, even Dion: After her two powerhouse performances, Cher was presented…

May 23, 2017
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Could you last a whole gig without using your phone? – BBC News

But many concertgoers find the practice irrating, and now some performers are starting to object too. “No mobile phones, cameras or recording devices will be allowed at Chris Rock’s Total Blackout Tour,” read a message posted on ticketing websites when the comedian’s new UK dates went on sale this month. Image copyright Yondr Image caption Audience members keep the locked pouches with them throughout the evening Rock’s use of Yondr…

May 22, 2017
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Who gets hurt by GOP’s ‘pro-life’ hypocrisy

(CNN)What does it mean to be pro-life? In today’s GOP, one thing: restricting access to safe abortion. Even if this doesn’t actually decrease the number of abortions, but just makes them more dangerous. Even if it means women and their children remain poor and vulnerable. Even if it means cutting off other necessary health care and aid. Even if it means women are injured. Even if it means women and…

May 20, 2017
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