Free Beacon

Chicago Lesbian March Bans Jewish Pride Flag: ‘As a Jew, I Am Not Welcome’

Organizers of a Chicago lesbian march banned rainbow flags bearing the Star of David, also known as the Jewish Pride flag, from their event held Saturday because some marchers claimed it made them “feel unsafe.” Chicago’s “Dyke March” has been held since 1995, and Jewish marchers have …

Read More »

Crowley Compares Pelosi to Julius Caesar

Rep. Joseph Crowley (D., N.Y.) compared House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Ca.) to Roman dictator Julius Caesar on Sunday in an interview with radio host John Catsimatidis. “If we were living during the Roman Empire, she would be a centurion’s centurion. In fact, I think she’d be Caesar,” …

Read More »

Senior Secret Service Agent Who Didn’t Want to Take ‘A Bullet’ Escaped Punishments

The senior Secret Service agent who said she did not want to take “a bullet” for President Trump did not suffer several disciplinary actions imposed on other agents and officers for allegations of similarly serious or lesser misconduct, according to multiple sources from the Secret …

Read More »

Feds Spend $20,000 on Musical About Illegal Immigrant Lesbian

The National Endowment for the Arts is spending $20,000 for a musical about a lesbian illegal immigrant who is in love with an ICE agent. The San Francisco Mime Troupe, a self-described socialist theater group, received the funding in the first round of grants awarded …

Read More »

Schiff: Lynch’s Comments to Comey on Clinton Investigation Also Give Me ‘Queasy Feeling’

Rep. Adam Schiff (D., Calif.) said Sunday that former Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s urging of former FBI Director James Comey to call the Hillary Clinton email investigation a “matter” also gave him a “queasy feeling.” Schiff responded to the situation after being asked by CNN …

Read More »

Tom Price Challenges CNN Line of Questioning on Health Care

CNN host Dana Bash used billionaire Warren Buffett as a pretext Sunday for asking Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price how much he would save under the GOP health care bill, but Price brushed it off. Bash started the line of questioning by …

Read More »

Schiff Rips Delayed Obama Response to Russian Election Interference: ‘Very Serious Mistake’

Rep. Adam Schiff (D., Calif.) ripped the Obama administration’s response to Russian meddling efforts in the 2016 election, saying Sunday its inability to act earlier was a “very serious mistake.” The Washington Post reported this week on Obama’s knowledge of the Russian interference and the administration’s efforts to …

Read More »

Former Teacher of the Year Takes Her Union to Court

A California educator who was once laid off shortly after receiving her school’s Teacher of the Year Award is now at the center of a court case that could challenge one the state’s most powerful unions. Bhavini Bhakta never intended to become an activist, but …

Read More »

41% of Counties Could Have Only One Insurer Participating on Obamacare Exchanges

Roughly 41 percent of counties in the United States could have only one insurer participating on the Affordable Care Act exchanges next year, according to a new analysis from Avalere Health. This percentage is up from the lack of participation in 2017, when roughly one-third …

Read More »

Wawa is Coming to D.C. and That’s a Glorious Thing

Washington, D.C., is about to become a better place. That’s because Wawa is finally coming to town. At a Newseum event I attended last week, Wawa announced its first location in the city will be at 1111 19th Street Northwest, and is scheduled to open …

Read More »

Send this to friend