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Dealing with PTSD Is a Constant Battle for Vets, Military Families

Watch the latest video at By Diana Falzone | EDISON, N.J. –  Specialist Gabriel Texidor served in the Army for five years.

Clinton Campaign Faces a Deficit of Vital Commodity: Enthusiasm

Yahoo News: Los Angeles (AFP) - His rallies are like raucous circuses, interrupted by the clamor of a captivated crowd that is quick to finish his sentences.

More Guns in Hands of Law-Abiding Citizens will Make U.S. Safer, NRA Members Say

By David Sherfinski | The Washington Times LOUISVILLE, Ky.— Riots had broken out when Al Parsons was attending summer school at Louisiana State University soon after the Gun Control Act of 1968 passed, and someone was beating on his apartment door at midnight.

Clinton’s Deceptions Are Worse Than Trump’s

The Baltimore Sun: The State Department's inspector general released a report last week concluding that Hillary Clinton is a breathtakingly brazen and consistent liar.

Goldberg: Why Both Clintons Are Such Unapologetic Liars

By Jonah Goldberg, National Review Dear Reader (those of you who are left, that is), Don’t worry, I’m not going to start out with another rant about Trump — I know folks are getting tired about that.

Honoring The Fallen By Caring For The Living

By Rep. Tim Huelskamp, Washington Examiner For more than one hundred years, Americans have paused on Memorial Day to remember and mark the sacrifice of those who gave the "last full measure of devotion." It is about our fallen heroes — children and spouses, siblings and cousins, friends and neighbors — and their fight for our freedom.

Vietcong Leader Writes Private Letter To U.S. Hippies, Thanking Them For Delivering Victory

By Richard Pollock, Daily Caller In the weeks leading up to Memorial Day and President Barack Obama’s scheduled trip to Vietnam, a prominent Vietcong communist leader privately thanked American anti-war activists for helping defeat the U.S.-allied government in Vietnam in the 1970s, saying protest d

Model Shot At Rap Concert Slams 'Heartless' NYPD

By Shawn Cohen and Audrey Williams | New York Post Stunning Bronx-born model and former exotic dancer Maggie Carrie Heckstall last remembers sitting on a couch in the crowded VIP green room — the first drink of the night fresh in her hand, still unsipped.

Trump Slams 'Spoiler' Bid After Kristol Says Independent Candidate To Run

Watch the latest video at Fox News Donald Trump took to Twitter Sunday night to slam fresh predictions from Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol that an independent candidate would soon be entering the race for president, warning that a 2016 “spoiler” could swing the race to the Democrats.

Libertarian Party Chair Candidate Strips On Stage At National Convention

By Valerie Richardson - The Washington Times Something you’ll never see at a Democrat or Republican convention: A candidate for Libertarian Party chair on Sunday danced and stripped down to his thong before leaving the stage amid a chorus of boos.

A Memorial Day Story Of 2 Friends, Forever Brothers In Arms

Watch the latest video at Fox Nation: Best friends Travis Manion and Brendan Looney died defending their country and their families honored their bond by laying them to rest side by side at Arlington National Cemetery.

Hillary Has Been Burying Emails Since She Was First Lady

By Paul Sperry, NY Post While the State Department’s own internal probe found former Secretary Hillary Clinton violated federal recordkeeping laws, it’s not the first time she and her top aides shielded her e-mail from public disclosure while serving in a government position.

White House Launches Muslim Outreach Office

By Joel Gehrke, Washington Examiner President Obama is establishing a new position to coordinate outreach to the Muslim-American community, picking a former president of the Muslim Youth of North America to run it.

13 Medal Of Honor Recipients You Should Know About #ProudAmerican

By David Wilkes, Washington Examiner The Medal of Honor is the nation's highest award for battlefield valor, and every citation can be an emotional rollercoaster, even written in dry, bureaucratic language.

Army Rangers In Afghanistan Release Music Video In Commemoration Of Memorial Day #ProudAmerican

By Josh Feldman, Mediaite First Lts. Andrew Yacovone and Justin Wright formed a musical duo called Interstate 10, and this week they released a music video from Afghanistan.

Dozens Arrested Following Trump Rally In San Diego

By Keith Koffler, Washington Examiner Police in riot gear made at least 35 arrests as they dispersed protestors following a Donald Trump rally in San Diego, the San Diego Tribune reported.

Meet Bill Clinton’s ‘Very Good Friend’ Behind ‘Energizer’ Rumor

By Doree Lewak, NY Post “I don’t understand why this is such a big deal,” Chappaqua resident Joanna Fisher says of the revelation that Bill Clinton’s nonprofit foundation, the Clinton Global Initiative, pledged $2 million to Energy Pioneer Solutions, a company run by her neighbor Julie Tauber McMahon.

Hillary's Email Headache Is About To Get Worse

By Julian Hattem, The Hill Hillary Clinton’s email headache is about to get even worse. A scathing inspector general’s report this week was just the first in what is likely to be a series of official actions related to her private server stemming from the FBI, a federal courthouse and Capitol Hill.

Watters' World Quizzes Americans Over Different Wars in Special Memorial Day Edition

Watch the latest video at Fox Nation: In the latest edition of Watters’ World, Fox News correspondent Jesse Watters quizzed Americans about Memorial Day, the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, and several other wars.

13 Medal Of Honor Recipients You Should Know About #ProudAmerican

By David Wilkes, Washington Examiner The Medal of Honor is the nation's highest award for battlefield valor, and every citation can be an emotional rollercoaster, even written in dry, bureaucratic language.