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Elizabeth Warren a liar in the eyes of most U.S. voters

- The Washington Times

Most likely voters in America think Sen. Elizabeth Warren, one of the Democrat Party's leading contenders for the White House, lied about her Native American heritage, according to a new poll from Rasmussen Reports. But the rest of the survey adds that for "most," it's not a critical issue when it comes to how they will vote.

Univision anchor Jorge Ramos discusses the Trump administration on CNN, Aug. 12, 2019. (Image: CNN screenshot) ** FILE **

Jorge Ramos to take ABC debate stage, in all his anti-Trump glory

- The Washington Times

ABC just announced its selection of Univision anchor Jorge Ramos to serve as moderator for the network's upcoming Democratic Party presidential debate. Debate? More like "The Why President Donald Trump Should Be Impeached" hour with your host! Jorge! Ramos! Cue applause. Let the panty tossing begin.

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio calls on a member of the press at City Hall, Monday, Aug. 19, 2019. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

Bill de Blasio's love for illegals put citizens in danger

- The Washington Times

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced new rules giving the 725,000 or so illegals living in his jurisdiction the right to apply for subsidized and low-cost housing. There's an open door, roll-out-the-mat welcome to illegals for ya. More safety and security for citizens in the city that never sleeps, yes?

United Nations Security Council meeting on the Mideast attended by United States Secretary of State Michael Pompeo, Tuesday Aug. 20, 2019 at U.N. headquarters. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

U.N. still 'disastrous' after all these years

- The Washington Times

Ursula Mueller, the leading voice of humanitarian affairs at the United Nations, called for punishments for those found guilty of participating in a widespread abuse of power and sexual misconduct scandal at the global body's Relief and Works Agency for the Palestinian people. But isn't that how it goes. Investigate -- and move on.

#MeToo activist Alyssa Milano discusses former Vice President Joe Biden's past behavior with women, April 29, 2019. (Image: MSNBC screenshot) ** FILE **

Alyssa Milano should be pitied

- The Washington Times

Alyssa Milano, the teen heartthrob from 1980's-era sitcom hit "Who's the Boss," and subsequent shows, has all grown up and become one of women's world's A-Number-One cheerleading fan of abortion. Times change.

Democratic presidential candidate U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., cheers on his teammates before a softball game at the Field of Dreams in Dyersville, Iowa, Monday, Aug. 19, 2019. (Jessica Reilly/Telegraph Herald via AP)

Bernie Sanders Boyz: College kids who love free stuff

- The Washington Times

Sen. Bernie Sanders has finally found his presidential campaign niche -- college-age kids. You know, the ones who pretend like they're adults because they live away from home, but who call mom every weekend to get their pizza and beer checks. Small wonder the socialist message resonates with them, right?

Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., right, and Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., take a quiet moment as they talked about Israel's refusal to allow them to visit the country during a news conference Monday, Aug. 19, 2019, at the State Capitol in St. Paul, Minn. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)

Israel is not an 'occupier,' no matter how many crocodiles cry

- The Washington Times

Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib, on the heels of creating a media stir over their denied entry to Israel -- because of their support for the anti-Israeli, BDS movement, that is -- just created a new media stir with a press conference that repeated the content of their first media stir. Cry, cry and the world will cry with you -- is that their hope?

Comedian Kathy Griffin says she's "no longer sorry" for the President Trump beheading stunt that jeopardized her career. (Sunrise Live) ** FILE **

Trump's assassination all fun and games for the left

- The Washington Times

An Illinois state senator has apologized for photographs taken during his recent fundraiser that showed his supporters acting out a mock assassination against President Donald Trump. Presidential assassinations -- they're all fun and games, aren't they. So long as they're targeting Republicans, that is.

This July 1, 2019, file photo shows the Manhattan Correctional Center, in New York. Financier Jeffrey Epstein died by suicide while awaiting trial on sex-trafficking charges in New York, a former law enforcement official said Saturday. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

Jeffrey Epstein's prison guard -- who wasn't a regular guard

- The Washington Times

One of the two guards pressed into service to guard imprisoned sex offender Jeffrey Epstein during what turned out to be the final moments of his life wasn't actually a regular guard, according to findings reported by The New York Times and The Associated Press. That's news that's worthy of more than a passing glance.

CNN anchor Chris Cuomo will moderate a live townhall in El Paso on the "Gun Crisis."(Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)

'Fredo' as the 'n-word' a best-kept secret

- The Washington Times

If calling an Italian guy a "Fredo" is akin to calling a black dude an n-word, wouldn't everybody know that? Wouldn't media companies the world over insist on journalists writing "Fredo" as "F--o," or subbing in the "FO-word" when used in a quote -- or some other non-offending equivalent?

In this Oct. 7, 2012, file photo, Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, left, and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, right, speak in the middle of the field after the Patriots beat the Broncos 31-21 in an NFL football game in Foxborough, Mass. (AP Photo/Steven Senne, File)

Tom Brady, don't be a Peyton Manning

- The Washington Times

FiveThirtyEight.com, known more for political tracking than sports' world surveying, nonetheless weighed in with some fine analysis on the future of New England's GOAT Tom Brady and after cutting through the clutter and sifting about the statistics, the final offering was this: Get out while you're still good. Don't be a Peyton Manning.

Adar Gandelsman of Israel (left) and Sarah Idan of Iraq pose together while in Tokyo in November. (Image: Instagram, Adar Gandelsman) ** FILE **

Ilhan Omar schooled by beauty queen on free speech

- The Washington Times

In between a bit of Twitter barbing, former Iraq beauty queen and Miss Universe contestant Sarah Idan managed to make clear to Rep. Ilhan Omar: Strict Islamic law has no business in America -- and freedom of speech isn't confined by congressional boundaries.

Rosanna Arquette attends The Wrap's "Power Women Summit" at the InterContinental on Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP) ** FILE **

Rosanna Arquette's stupid apology for 'shame' of being white

- The Washington Times

Hollywood's Rosanna Arquette sent around a tweet -- later made private -- that apologized for her whiteness. For the "shame" of being born white. For the crime of possessing Caucasian "privilege." Congratulations, Arquette. As stupid tweets go, this one sets a new historical standard.

The issue of knife control may sound like small potatoes to Americans wrestling with mass shootings and gun restrictions, but Europe provides a case study on how limiting weapons can lead to crackdowns on pocketknives and switchblades, also known as automatic knives. (Associated Press) ** FILE **

Knife attacker kills 4 -- should we ban knives?

- The Washington Times

Four were killed and two injured in a series of horrific knife attacks in Southern California. And all the Democrats go: Ban the knives! Not really. That'd be stupid. Right? And yet, this is what the left does with guns whenever there's a fatal shooting.

Churchgoers arrive for a dedication ceremony for a new sanctuary and memorial room at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, Sunday, May 19, 2019. In 2017 a gunman opened fire at the church and killed more than two dozen congregants. (AP Photo/Eric Gay) ** FILE **

Texas smart: State letting guns into churches, schools

- The Washington Times

New laws are about to take effect in Texas that will open doors for firearms' owners to carry their weapons into school, into churches, into places that have been traditionally gun-free and gun-restricted zones. Texas is the banner state to watch on this. If only more legislatures and governors would follow suit.