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Emma Tapping shared a photo of her Christmas tree on social media and couldn’t believe the backlash she got. I’m not quite sure why she is so surprised, she does the samething every year and gets the same reaction. After having a personal encounter with her, she really believes she is doing right by her …

The Salvation Army has been helping the needy for decades and their kettle provides toys for kids, coats for the homeless, food for the hungry and countless other social service programs year-round. This year, a kettle location in MIDDLETOWN, Pa received a huge gift they have never had before. Such a heartwarming story. Fox has the …

According to Doctors, this is a very rare skin condition, but it can affect anyone. Recently, an American woman noticed black spots on the skin and didn’t think much of it. Initially, they were small and looked like pimples but over time the spots grew bigger and looked like black blisters filled with blood. They …

Gay Conservative artist, Lucian Wintrich, plans to shatter the myth that liberals dominate culture and the arts. Lucian is planning the first ever soft premiere of his Pro-Trump photo series at the Wake Up! Party at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland in July. Dare I say the tables are turning? Maybe we will see …

An electrician who was arrested for allegedly carrying an illegal “gravity knife” in New York City received a $57,500 settlement when it turned out he wasn’t guilty of ANYTHING.

If ever there existed a testament to the need for universal concealed handgun license reciprocity, New York City is glaring proof of it.

On Wednesday, Gawker reported on a YouTube video of a rather violent fight between a ginormous Panera manager and his petite, recently-fired employee. The size difference alone is startling — the manager has a least a full head and a half on the ex-employee. But its the subsequent punches that sting the most. The video immediately went …

New York City has Michael Bloomberg’s favorite gun control measure in place and is facing a crime epidemic that includes a “nearly” 20 percent increase in homicides. When NYPD Officer Brian Moore was shot on May 2 2015 with a stolen gun, I reported that the strict gun controls in New York were no hindrance to …

A man is suing Costco, claiming he was fired for religious discrimination. “Just because you have a different belief, that doesn’t give anybody the right to treat you different,” said Jean Camara, suing Costco. That’s why Jean Camara says he’s doing what he’s doing, suing Costco for religious employment discrimination. The devout Muslim says he …

The City of New York has agreed to pay $7,500 to a falsely arrested knife owner in a Knife Rights supported case. The embarrassing settlement shows that the city would rather pay than try to justify its illegal conduct after police declared his knife an illegal “gravity knife” even though the blade did not lock …

New York City lawmakers are calling for a public database of gun offenders modeled on the national sex offender registry.  The proposal would create a website listing the name, address and conviction of “gun criminals” in New York City. Supporters of this effort argue that it will increase public safety by educating the general public as to …

It’s been a year since New York City adopted Local Law 71 with the enthusiastic support of Public Advocate Bill de Blasio, who is now mayor of the city. Local Law 71, the so-called Community Safety Act, used the possibility of endless civil-rights litigation to gut the city’s “stop, question, and frisk” procedure for dealing …