Home / The Blaze (page 4)

The Blaze

Rush Limbaugh slams ‘so-called conservative movement’ that accuses him of sellin…

Right-wing talk show icon Rush Limbaugh derided members of what he described as the “so-called conservative movement” for accusing him of betraying the cause and “selling out.” He made the comments Wednesday on his radio show. Limbaugh was addressing a caller who said he was mainstream, not right-wing. “But do ...

Read More »

CNN anchor breaks down while speaking with the father of fallen US sailor Xavier…

CNN anchor Brooke Baldwin choked up on Wednesday while speaking with the father of fallen Personnel Specialist 1st Class Xavier Martin, who was one of the seven servicemen who perished on Sunday morning after the USS Fitzgerald collided with a Japanese merchant vessel. Xavier’s father, Darrold Martin, discussed what it ...

Read More »

‘I don’t want you to get shooted!’: Castile’s daughter pleads with mother after …

The four-year-old daughter of slain Philando Castile warned her mother, Diamond Reynolds, to stop screaming after the shooting death of her father for fear that Reynolds would be shot next. In a video released Tuesday by the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, Reynolds and her daughter can be seen sitting ...

Read More »

White staffer at college newspaper: ‘If you’re white, you’re probably racist’

The opening salvo from Marissa Cornelius — opinions editor of the University of Alabama’s campus paper, the Crimson White — is hard to miss. “If you’re white, you’re probably racist,” she writes in her recent op-ed, “White people must examine their own racist attitudes. “I don’t necessarily mean you say ...

Read More »

Police officer stabbed in the neck at Michigan airport by possible terrorist

Lt. Jeff Neville, 55, was stabbed in the neck Wednesday morning by a man who purportedly yelled “Allahu Akbar” while at Bishop Airport in Flint, Michigan, NBC reported. Neville was taken to a local hospital where he was admitted under “critical” condition, but is currently listed as stable. NBC Nightly ...

Read More »

NRA’s Colion Noir on controversial cop-involved shooting: ‘Philando Castile shou…

Since the release of police dashcam video showing a Minnesota officer fatally shooting Philando Castile — a black man — during a traffic stop last July, controversy surrounding Jeronimo Yanez’s manslaughter acquittal escalated considerably. You can add Colion Noir — a familiar face on NRATV — to the list of ...

Read More »

Democratic lawmaker: ‘Our brand is worse than Trump’

Democratic Rep. Tim Ryan (Ohio) said Tuesday following his party’s fourth special election defeat in just three months that Democrats are “toxic” in large areas of the country and that their brand is “worse than Trump,” The New York Times reported. Ryan made the comment after Democrat Jon Ossoff lost to ...

Read More »

Federal judge reluctantly rules Florida cross in public park must come down

A federal judge reluctantly ruled earlier this week that a cross positioned in a public Florida park must be removed because it fails to pass the so-called “Lemon test.” U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson gave the city of Pensacola 30 days to remove the suddenly controversial cross from Bayview Park, ...

Read More »

Report: Congressional Black Caucus reverses course on meeting with Trump

The Congressional Black Caucus reportedly plans to skip out on a meeting with President Donald Trump because his administration hasn’t done enough to advance the group’s priorities. Four sources close to the group told Politico about the lawmakers’ plan to decline the meeting, which was requested by the White House. ...

Read More »

Conservatives on Twitter hilariously mock Democrats’ ‘moral victory’ in Georgia …

Karen Handel (R) was declared the winner of Tuesday’s special election for Georgia’s 6th Congressional District, the seat previously held by Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price. Handel defeated her opponent, Democrat Jon Ossoff, by only 3.8 percentage points, a far cry from the victory margins Price pulled for years. ...

Read More »