Monday, September 26, 2016

Watch Presidential Debate Live

Sunday, September 18, 2016

Video of Hillary Clinton Statement on NYC Bombing

Saturday, September 17, 2016

Photo of Chelsea, NYC Dumpster Bombing

Photo credit: NY Daily News.

One Killed, Six Wounded at St. Cloud MN Mall Stabbing

One person has been killed and six wounded in a stabbing incident at a St. Cloud, Minnesota Mall.

Heavy has more information.

Video of Chelsea, NYC Bombing

Sunday, September 11, 2016

What Caused Hillary Clinton's Collapse at 9/11 Memorial?

Video of Hillary Clinton Stroke at World Trade Center

Sunday, August 14, 2016

Terminal 8 at JFK Shooting Information


Reports: Shots Fired at JFK Airport

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Election Season Revs Up After Trump, Clinton Statements

As if the 2016 election season couldn't get any hotter, it appears that a new phase has further complicated the race. First Donald Trump slammed the family of a fallen soldier, drawing criticism from left and right alike. Then Trump stated that his temperament was excellent, according to his friends.As though the election week seemed as though it couldn't get any worse for Trump, Clinton seems to be making her fair share of mistakes.

For whatever reason, the Florida DNC invited the father of Orlando Pulse Nightclub shooter Omar Mateen, Seddique Mateen, to one of her rallies in Flordia, seated directly behind her. The optics were beyond terrible, especially as Mateen has come out very strongly for Mrs. Clinton. Mr. Mateen gained notoriety after the shooting for supporting the Taliban and calling for the death of gay people.

There is still a lot of time before the election in November. The unconventional path of the election seems like it will continue. It also seems like neither Clinton nor Trump will be able to fully answer questions about their competence or gaffes. Hopefully there will be more information that will come out that will help voters choose a candidate, perhaps even a third party candidate. The Libertarian Party's Gary Johnson and the Green Party's Jill Stein both have been making strong pitches for disaffected Democratic and Republican Party voters that are not happy with the current frontrunners.