February 24, 2024

On this day in history, September 5, 1929, legendary actor and comedian Bob Newhart is born

Legendary actor and comedian Bob Newhart was born on this day in history, Sept. 5, 1929. George Robert Newhart in Oak Park, Illinois, born into a middle-class family, did not pursue fame until later in life, said his website.  He studied accounting at Loyola University in Chicago, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in 1952, said […]

Record-setting 260,000 migrants crossed southern border in September: report

More than 260,000 migrant encounters were reported by CBP officials in May, Fox News reported. REUTERS A record-setting number of migrants crossed the southern border into the United States in September, with over 260,000 encounters reported by Customs and Border Protection in the last 30 days, according to a report. The stunning figure — which […]

On this day in history, September 13, 1948, trailblazer Margaret Chase Smith is elected to Senate

Sen. Margaret Chase Smith, R-Maine, was elected to the Senate on this day in history, Sept. 13, 1948, becoming the first woman to serve in both houses of Congress. Born Margaret Madeline Chase on Dec. 14, 1897, in the central Maine town of Skowhegan, Smith was the oldest of George Emery and Carrie Murray Chase’s […]

On this day in history, September 28, 1781, the Siege of Yorktown begins

The Siege of Yorktown, Virginia, the decisive battle in America’s shocking triumph over the mighty British Empire in its War of Independence, began on this day in history, Sept. 28, 1781.  The siege ended three weeks later, on Oct. 19, with the surrender of the British garrison led by Lord Charles Cornwallis.  George Washington’s Continental […]

Bruce Springsteen Postpones September Shows as Medical Woes Continue

Bruce Springsteen’s ongoing health issues have struck again. The septuagenarian E Street Band leader revealed Wednesday he is taking a break and postponing his September shows, citing doctors’ orders. Springsteen announced on his website and across social media he was postponing shows for the remainder of the month while he is treated for symptoms of “peptic ulcer disease.”

Pennsylvania Democrat John Fetterman Compares January 6 to September 11 Terrorist Attacks

Pennsylvania Democrat nominee for U.S. Senate, Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, on Tuesday compared the U.S. Capitol riot on January 6, 2021, to the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks that claimed the lives of nearly 3,000 Americans. During an event Tuesday, Erie County Black Democrats Caucus Chairwoman Selena King asked Fetterman how the January 6 riot

Back to Work: Apple Expects Employees to Return to Office by September

Apple says it wants its employees to return back to its offices by early September, according to a company-wide memo sent out this week. By September, Apple staff members are expected to return to their offices for at least three days a week, said CEO Tim Cook in an email obtained by the Verge. The CEO…

EXCLUSIVE: Hunter Biden Called His Father And Chinese Business Partner ‘Office Mates’ In September 2017 Email

Hunter Biden sent an email to the manager of his Washington, D.C. office building in September 2017 asking her to make keys for his “office mates” Joe Biden and Gongwen Dong, who he said was the “emissary” for the chairman of the Chinese energy conglomerate CEFC. Hunter Biden’s dealings with CEFC in 2017 were at…

Sidney Powell said that President Trump would be justified to implement his Executive Order of September 12, 2018

In September 2018, Trump signed an executive order that says “not later than 45 days after the conclusion of a United States election, the Director of National Intelligence, in consultation with the heads of any other appropriate executive departments and agencies, shall conduct an assessment of any information indicating that a foreign government, or any […]

Trump in Michigan: If We Don’t Have Funding for the Wall by September “We’ll Close Down the Country” (VIDEO)

For the second year in a row President Trump held a rally with American workers on the night of the White House Correspondents’ Ball. Trump decided it was a better use of his time to be with the people from Ypsilanti rather than the White House reporters who hate him. Trump held a rally in […]

America Remembers September 11: The Depths of Inhumanity

Sixteen long years have passed since the clear blue sky above New York City exploded in an inferno, with toxic smoke and the stench of burning flesh and death, on September 11, 2001.  For many, the memories of the murder of nearly three thousand Americans, friends and relatives and fellow countrymen, remains as fresh as this […]

Syrian Refugee U.S. Arrivals in September To Date: 749 Muslims, 2 Christians

On August 1 I reported here at PJ Media about the ongoing Obama administration discrimination against non-Muslim Syrian refugees, noting that at that time, fewer than one percent (43 of 6,877, or 0.7 percent of the total) of refugees admitted to the U.S. as of July 31 were Christians, Yezidis, and other Syrian religious minorities. For […]

Look What Chris Stevens Wrote In His Diary On September 11th

While taking questions from reporters after a press conference announcing that the House Select Committee on Benghazi had released its final report, South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy revealed something exceptional about Ambassador Chris Stevens that was worth noting. When a reporter asked Gowdy if, during his investigation, he was able to “get into” Steven’s mind […]

On the eve of the 14th anniversary of September 11, Democrats sided with Barack Obama in support of the Iran nuclear deal

On the eve of September 11, the news media reported 42 Democrat Senators opposed a GOP resolution to block Barack Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran. The resolution needed 60 votes; All Republican Senators (54) and 4 Democrats voted in favor of the resolution. However, despite having the majority, the 42 Democrats terminated any discussion or […]

Remember September 11th, The Saddest Day in America

As we commemorate 9-11 2001, the saddest day in America’s recent memory, it is with heavy heart and tremendous misgiving that I can only think we are commemorating this day by surrendering to the enemy that attacked us in 2001. How will history judge this generation? How will God judge us? A Republican party, having […]

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