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A Must For Millions, Zoom Has A Dark Side —

April 3, 202011:23 AM ETHeard on Morning Edition SHANNON BOND Twitter Dennis Johnson fell victim last week to a new form of harassment known as “Zoombombing,” in which intruders hijack video calls and post hate speech and offensive images such as pornography. It’s a phenomenon so alarming that the FBI has issued a warning about using […]Read More

Bozell Issues Open Letter to Trump: $75 Million in Coronavirus

 By Craig Bannister | April 2, 2020    MRC Pres. Brent Bozell On Thursday morning, Media Research Center President Brent Bozell released an open letter to President Donald Trump about the $75 million grant Public Broadcasting (CPB) received in the overall coronavirus bill. Bozell explained just how wasteful that money is and what $75 million could do […]Read More

No institution has failed the public worse than the news

by Becket Adams   April 02, 2020 08:49 AM No institution has failed the public worse during the COVID-19 pandemic than the news media. It seems impossible that this should be the case, especially considering the federal government’s sluggish, incoherent, and unfocused handling of this crisis. But even the federal government has managed to get some […]Read More

How Middle Eastern Extremist Groups Use Europe as Their Battleground

by Abigail R. Esman Special to IPT News April 1, 2020 Arab Struggle Movement for the Liberation of Al Ahwaz logo. Think of the Dutch city of Delft and likely you think of Delftware, that famous blue-and-white pottery that is a hallmark of the Netherlands. Or perhaps you think of Old Master artist Johannes Vermeer, whose […]Read More

Federal Prisons Fail to Monitor Terrorist Inmates Amid 250% Hike

The nation’s federal prison system is supposed to keep America safe by, among other things, monitoring all social communications of high-risk inmates, especially those with terrorist ties. This is a crucial part of the Bureau of Prisons’ (BOP) duties considering that in the last decade the number of inmates with known links to terrorism increased […]Read More

Don Lemon Lies: Blame Trump Because He Called the Virus,

CNN host Don Lemon opened his Tuesday night show echoing the nasty sentiment of Nancy Pelosi, blaming President Trump for people dying from coronavirus. Lemon conveniently ignored criticizing Democrat leaders in Louisiana and New York for their missteps, while pinning all the blame on President Trump. Unable to stick to the facts, Lemon smeared the president with the debunked falsehood that […]Read More

This is what America did NOT get because of PBS/NPR:

Non-essential PBS/NPR stations are taking $75 million from the emergency $2 trillion “stimulus” bill to deal with the economic ramifications of the coronavirus pandemic. This is what America did NOT get because of PBS/NPR: 300,000 COVID-19 test kits 4,166 ventilators 21,428 hospital beds 192,307,692 masks 357,483,318 pairs of medical gloves 12,500,000 bottles of hand sanitizers […]Read More

BOP Audit Finds Security Lapses in Handling of Terrorists

by Patrick Dunleavy IPT News March 31, 2020 For years, we have been reporting on the unique threat that incarcerated terrorists pose and that the failure to adequately address the security challenges could lead to radicalization of other inmates and terror attacks. We repeatedly stressed the need for continued diligence when it comes to monitoring terrorists in prison. Now […]Read More

Geraldo: ‘We Have the Right Warrior for This Fight;’ Trump’s

 By Craig Bannister | March 30, 2020  Geraldo Rivera(Getty Images/Roy Rochlin) “If the motive is to hurt Donald Trump, then save it. Save it for when this horrible disease is behind us,” because we all have to pull together in support of President Donald Trump’s “epic” efforts to combat coronavirus, Geraldo Rivera said Monday during his “Roadkill” […]Read More

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