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Sean Hannity is a multimedia superstar, spending four hours a day every day reaching out to millions of Americans on radio, television and internet.

The Sean Hannity Radio Show has over 500 affiliates nationwide and counting. Sean is heard by roughly 13.5 million loyal listeners a week making him the second most listened to talk show host in America, according to Talkers Magazine. Hannity has been the recipient of 2 Marconi Awards for Nationally Syndicated Radio Host of the Year and is a three-time consecutive winner of the Radio & Records National Talk Show Host of The Year Award (‘03, ’04, ‘05).

Sean is an accomplished author with two #1 best-sellers. His first book, “Let Freedom Ring: Winning the War of Liberty over Liberalism,” rode the NY Times best-seller list for a remarkable 17 weeks. Hannity’s more recent book, “Deliver Us from Evil: Defeating Terrorism, Despotism, and Liberalism,” debuted at #1 on the NY Times best-seller list and held strong for five consecutive weeks. Sean’s latest book, “Conservative Victory,” released in 2010, quickly became #1 on the NY Times best-seller list as well. More information about “Conservative Victory” can be found here.

Sean has the unique ability to reach out and connect with his audience proven during his highly successful “Hannitization of America Tour,” which brought hundreds of thousands of like-minded Americans together. He has visited markets big and small from coast to coast since his syndication in 2001.

Sean’s Freedom Concerts began in 2003 to raise awareness and funds for The Freedom Alliance, a charity which provides scholarships to the children of slain U.S. military personnel. In 2007 the concerts grew into five massive events resulting in over $10 million for The Freedom Alliance and were attended by over 60,000 people in Atlanta, San Diego, Dallas, Cincinnati, and New Jersey.

A gutsy talk-show host who always lands on the “right side” of the issues, Hannity is the host of the #1 9PM prime-time cable debate show “Hannity.” The executives at Fox were so confident in Sean’s ability to attract viewers that the #1 cable news network asked Sean to launch a weekend program. “Hannity’s America” kicked off on January 7, 2007 and immediately captured the #1 prime-time cable slot at 9PM on Sundays.

Sean Hannity’s energy, charisma and Reagan conservatism has scored high points with audiences and critics alike as he continues to be one of the hottest commodities in media.

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“One of the main reasons why Donald J. Trump was elected President was during the campaign he was unafraid to speak very uncomfortable truths about illegal immigration and what he was going to do to enforce law.” Do you agree with Monica Crowley?
Tharyce Morgan Protecting illegals is treason...Under Article III, Section 3, of the Constitution, any person who levies war against the United States or adheres to its enemies by giving them Aid and Comfort has committed treason within the meaning of the Constitution. The term aid and comfort refers to any act that manifests a betrayal of allegiance to the United States, such as furnishing enemies with arms, troops, transportation, shelter, or classified information. If a subversive act has any tendency to weaken the power of the United States to attack or resist its enemies, aid and comfort has been given.
Doug Sweaney Monica Crowley is one of the actual TRUE Conservatives that one will see on Fox News. Fox has increasingly been adding more centrists-at best- and flat out liberals on their network to give commentary. THAT, is not a good thing.
Mary Markel Does anyone have a dictionary or the app? What's so hard to understand about ILLEGAL?
Richard Rigney Every sanctuary city Mayor is complicit in illegal activity protecting illegal trespassers and should be charged, maybe charged with treason.
Cheryl Colee Please Sean can you find out why nothing is happening to judges, governors, or other government mayors, senators or congressman tipping off illegals that the ICE agents are coming.
Elizabeth Day Manafort’s $10 million annual contract with Russian businessman Deripaska, which was revealed Wednesday by The Associated Press, appeared to contradict the Trump administration and Manafort’s claim that he did not work for Russian interests. The former Trump aide wrote in a memo the work would “greatly benefit the Putin government.” The White House has repeatedly tried to distance itself from Manafort, who resigned as the top aide on the Trump campaign last August amid a swirling controversy around his work for a pro-Russia political party in Ukraine. The former adviser is facing allegations that he was paid millions as part of the arrangement. The latest disclosure came after the FBI confirmed it is investigating whether Trump associates cooperated with Moscow in its effort to influence the outcome of the 2016 presidential election. Manafort is reportedly a central figure in that investigation. But he has repeatedly insisted he has not worked on behalf of the Russian government and dismissed the probe as a smear campaign.
Renola Young Yes, He's blunt and certainly not a politician! He's a pragmatist who believes in getting things done! No one, I mean No One, wanted to talk about the illegal and fraudulent voting here in California! It was too hot a topic for Republicans who were afraid of the RACIST label...It was not on the Democrat playbook because they counted on the illegals voting Democrat! President Obama even encourage it! I had given up on my home state, now I can see someone cares! Trump is taking all of this flak because he is speaking for US, where others were unwilling to!
Lisa Nicholson Let me blow your mind - this is why humans want an evil president.....Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.” - Even with this on the Statute of Liberty, we had just killed off Native Americans, and we were bringing immigrants in for slavery and keeping Jews out during the Holocaust - for shameful hypocrisy
Elizabeth Day According to USA Today, “The president and his companies have been linked to at least 10 wealthy former Soviet businessmen with alleged ties to criminal organizations or money laundering,” which the outlet detailed in its report. Among them is “a twice-convicted felon who spent a year in prison for stabbing a man,” an investor in Trump’s SoHo hotel who was accused of money-laundering, and three owners of Trump condos in Florida and Manhattan who were accused of membership to a Russian-American mob and worked for a “crime boss” in Russia.
Martha Jane Litton McNellis Amen. I stand with President Donald J Trump. Illegal Aliens / Illegal and Unlawful Immigration (and allowing them to vote is a Federal Crime (not just State and City) Allowing them to vote is a more serious Federal Crime!!! Sanctuary Cities and States are Federal Crimes.
Joe Mendell Every president since William Howard Taft in 1910, with the exception of Jimmy Carter, has thrown out a first pitch on opening day at some point during their presidency.
Kenneth Sotomayor If ILLEGAL immigration was so good and helpful then why do they have crimes above and beyond anyone else? If they are so good for our economy, why don`t they stay in their own country and improve their economy? The Liberals logic is FLAWED!!! We have our problems and we don`t need to take on any more. Trump is only ENFORCING the laws that been on the books since the beginning of the country.
Patti Workman Love your show Mr. Sean HannityIt is so good to get truth reporting.The man that said it is no big deal the kids on Spring break. I hope he never gets that call that his child has died from drugs or alcohol, This would horrify me if any of my kids or grandkids were acting like these kids. Makes me wonder what there parents are like.This is a big deal,so sad you know some of those kids will not make it home.Keep up the truth telling Mr.Hannity some one has to tell it like it is.Saddens my heart that other media is so dishonest. Why hasn't anyone considered the fact that Hillary did not have a secure server and that is why Russia is able to get into America's information.
Alan Munson Great reporting Sean and reminding us on the Russian connection and the Democrat Clintons...but now all the Democrats want to do is look at some allegations between the Trump organization and the Russians typical hypocrite Demoncrats..can't stand them.
Jim Streich Ever notice that if somebody makes a negative comment about whites, nobody has a problem? However if any other ethnic group has a negative comment made against them, everybody flips out? Gotta love the hypocrisy of today's world. We live in a country governed by different ideologies and separate sets of rules . Republicans govern according to the way the constitution was intended to be interpreted. Democrats govern by the way they wish the Constitution would be interpreted. I have never seen a bigger or more outrageous bunch of freaking babies than the Democrat Party who lost this election and cannot deal with it and cannot figure out why and all they can do is cry and throw fits and tried to damage everybody else around them and blame everybody else around them when the blame is on them. I've never seen a more stuck-up narcissistic arrogant group of people who think they know everything and know absolutely nothing. An illegal immigrant, illegal alien or undocumented alien is a person who is residing on a non-temporary basis in a country where s/he has no legal right to reside. PERIOD!!!!!!!!!!
Jerry Temple Hannity. The reason why Syria war exist. Because US sided with one side in Afghanistan. Then US sided with the opposite side in Syria. The US created division. This war is Islamic division within their civilization and that also means division of Islamic religion. They are divided within themselves. World war and it's going to be worse then the rest. Nothing survives divided within itself. Jesus says it in Scripture. Governments religion families collapse
Marilyn Matsey For those who don't think Europe has a problem, this is a post from someone going through it. Name withheld: Do something against the islamisation ! I´m a german, living in france with my family and I tell you: europe is LOST ! Don´t le it happen to your country. We are desperate to leave europe, we have 4 children and one of them already has been beaten up badly by some islamic scum for beeing an INFIDEL !! That´s how far it got in europe these days. Just act now, for your own good .
Peter Jackson As I've said, not all of the commenters on this website are Russian hackers, sympathizers, agents, or "bots", but most of them are. They say exactly what Vladimir Putin would want them to say - and some are paid to say it. Always keep in mind that you can bet that the people who hate Trump are NOT Russian sympathizers. ANYone who, after 2 months of Trump's incredible stupidity while in office, is still supporting him is either mentally challenged or a Putin puppet.
Angela Chiappone Dorsey 1,000%. One of the smartest people. Glad she's back!!!
Norma Leardi This just proves that Obama is a disgusting political hypocrite and traitor to our country. Also, concerning Obama's surveillence of President Trump, please investigate if Obama was connected to sabotage of mission that led to death of Navy Seal Ryan Owens.
Stephen Keith Trump is bold and is on the right track BTW..who are they surveying to get 36% approval rating? The same winers and no Trumpers who said he wouldn't win President Trump your deplorables are still here!!
Ann Stevens The uncomfortable truth? Such as we will build the wall an Mexico will pay for it? We will repeal ACA and replace it with a better plan, that will cost less and cover everyone? Comments about Muslims..."We should kill the families of the terrorist." Women and abortion " Yes, we should push women who have abortions." On jobs, "We will bring back jobs so fast, you won't believe it. I promise you." On Russia and Putin, " Putin congratulated me, I think we could work with Russia." On everything " We will win so much, you will get tired of winning." None of this is true. ...As for uncomfortable with Pres. Trump, he did not care what he said, who he said it about, using language that shows disrespect for the Office of the President. Last saying something, then denying it and becoming angry in his tweets, when he feels someone is unfair to him.
Brian Shy They ought to fire everyone on the view especially whoopi and Rosie for calling out trumps hair . No ones upset about that and calls them racist
Jean Hawkins That and other reasons.....draining the swamp is a biggie.
Lynda Duffin Rasar Not "uncomfortable" to NORMAL PEOPLE.... FACT of LIFE to the "Secret Service Unprotected" MAJORITY of us... HOW ABOUT SOME REALITY THIS MILLENIUM?? For the GROWN-UPS.... Instead of always treating us to a DIP in the KIDDIE POOL? HUH???.... All YOU Gruber wannabe's?... Talk some turkey... or can't you?... Not you two personally. I'm just developing a serious allergy to the media.
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Sean Hannity7 hours ago

"The coal miners that were at the EPA today, as they heard the President speak, they were very emotional because their industry has been under assault for the last several years."

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt told Sean Hannity that for the first...

Christine Vitale White Emotional yes I was throughout the election process to see where we were headed! Omg we can do Clean Coal! All many of us hope forcare a world as great as we grew up in for our kids and grandkids! We are again hopeful!
Carole Meyers The whole global warming and climate change is a hoax to destroy our industry. Obama was very good and destruction of the US economy.
Mariann Duffey This is a sad case of smoke and mirrors. Coal mining jobs are going away not because of restrictions but because the industry is dying out because renewable energy and natural gas are cleaner,more efficient and much less expensive.
Elizabeth Day According to USA Today, “The president and his companies have been linked to at least 10 wealthy former Soviet businessmen with alleged ties to criminal organizations or money laundering,” which the outlet detailed in its report. Among them is “a twice-convicted felon who spent a year in prison for stabbing a man,” an investor in Trump’s SoHo hotel who was accused of money-laundering, and three owners of Trump condos in Florida and Manhattan who were accused of membership to a Russian-American mob and worked for a “crime boss” in Russia.
Elizabeth Day Manafort’s $10 million annual contract with Russian businessman Deripaska, which was revealed Wednesday by The Associated Press, appeared to contradict the Trump administration and Manafort’s claim that he did not work for Russian interests. The former Trump aide wrote in a memo the work would “greatly benefit the Putin government.” The White House has repeatedly tried to distance itself from Manafort, who resigned as the top aide on the Trump campaign last August amid a swirling controversy around his work for a pro-Russia political party in Ukraine. The former adviser is facing allegations that he was paid millions as part of the arrangement. The latest disclosure came after the FBI confirmed it is investigating whether Trump associates cooperated with Moscow in its effort to influence the outcome of the 2016 presidential election. Manafort is reportedly a central figure in that investigation. But he has repeatedly insisted he has not worked on behalf of the Russian government and dismissed the probe as a smear campaign.
John Bridges Donald Trump has broken the country's promises to to coal miners. Coal is in a tough spot because innovation has made coal unnecessary. The Democrats want to train the displaced coal miners for different job that are just as good, the Republicans want take away their pensions, black lung compensation, and basic health care.
Al Espinor Jr. Hannity Your reporting on Clean Coal Mining or Trumps promises to those working in the coal mining that there jobs will be coming back will not happen 1. The supplies are dwindling over time. 2. Automation will replace the workers. 3. It's a dying industry with No future.
Pat DeWald Coal was put our of business because of cheaper fuels, natural gas. I hope the coal miners look for something else. All the miners I knew wanted their kids to have better jobs and not have to go into the mines. I hope they realize that RyanTrump care would have taken away their health care. Last comment, Trump has been know to hire audiences, he probably hired a bunch of miners to cheer.
Cheri Sanders When they have restrictions, it trickles down to many other industries. Power plants have ran about 50% or less coal power. The ash from coal is a component found in concrete. Think about all the concrete out there. Glad our company will be getting more ash ( a recycled product by the way) for our product.
Mary Efting Curtiss F-cking joke. Why not go back 100 years to wipe out all progression in technology and innovation?! Is he going to stop robotics and automation, too?!
John Pietrzyk This is the Titanic full speed ahead. To hell with the planet. To hell with science. God bless the bottom line. You know, you just gotta love the wisdom of this country.
Brian Hans I watched the Democratic Energy Summit in Arizona. The plans they made for energy were expensive and required massive government subsidies alongside high prices for all consumers. Put that with taxes that were high. Add up the cost of health insurance and everything the Democratic party wanted to put together in principle it looks good. Reality is that we have watched jobs and industry leave the United States so fast another Obama like administration would have been catastrophic. Trump is rolling back regulations to force competition in the energy business. Instead of the government deciding which source is the most effective. The fascists are gone let free enterprise and people decide what they want. Deregulate all utility companies. That way liberals are free to purchase green renewable energy everywhere in the USA. We can accommodate them. I was an energy broker for years. Green energy bio fuel and hydroelectric are cheap. The rest are all really expensive especially if they no longer get government subsidies. This will force innovation. I like the idea. As for me I will take the cheapest electric I can get. In my area that electric is made with natural gas.
Michael Atkins Come to wv now and youll see mines hiring working 6 days a week trains bein loaded barges goin down river coal trucks everywhere met coal is $300 a ton thank you mr president!!!! We in wv our glad to be back mining COAL
Todd Gray Mercy, John......HRC campaigned of putting miners out of work. It was her goal. She didn't follow that up with promises of Hi/Vac vocabulary training.
Vann Ruud I want to see the jobs come back BUT PLEASE make those mines SAFER so many our my family have either died from cave ins or the FEW that got out alive died from black lung.
Lee Parks Hope the coal miners get their jobs back and the economy picks up for those states that got hit so hard by the shut down of coal production. This is a step towards energy independence. Coal is our least expensive fuel source, newer technology allows for cleaner coal production.
Judy Bess It is a fact that no matter what Trump does to help those that need jobs, the progressive liberal left will always demonize it. I don't hear a peep out of them for the astronomical insurance premiums the middle class is having to pay and how stagnant our economy has been for the last 8 years. This is a lifeline to some of these people. Climate change is a hoax championed by Al Gore to line his pockets. He still flies around in his jet and lives in his 3,000 sq ft home. I guess climate change is for everyone else and not him.
Ann Echovalley Japan is going away from nuclear and building 45 new coal fired plants. . Japan has turned toward natural gas and coal, rather than renewables, to replace its nuclear generation. Japanese utilities are resisting renewables because concerns about the costs of renewable energy when fossil-fuel imports are cheap, as well as renewable projects’ safety and environmental impact. Inexpensive coal and natural gas, which is mostly imported. China has thousands of coal-fired plants.
Christian Cooper And the entire country is going to s&-ts and it's all about jobs jobs jobs to President Trump. I don't like it. It's deceptional.
Gregory Allen Good news an now Mr Trump an Senators & Congressmen. Make it better by voting for the UMWA miners health act which was promised to The miners long time ago by the Government an Mining offlicails. Our Insurance was cancelled an its going to be cancelled again the end of April. Vote to give us back our insurance we were promised For Ever by the Goverment. Give to the ones who worked an sweated & died for your electricity an heat to be on an not some worthless country who did nothing an cares nothing for ther USA. Take care of your own -God will smile at you for the doing the right thing.
Rita Tomaszewski The coal industry will be no more. Clean energy is where its headed for now for all. The miners that thought they would be back in business have to re think how the world is changing for us all. With the automation in the grocery stores it looks like the cashiers will no longer be neeed due primarilarly through this happening faster than people realize. Wake up folks the corporations want to make money for themselves with the new technology replacing human beings imagine what kind of experience one must have in order to work? Mr. Hannity please clue us all in as to all of our future work skills that will be rquired for all to have gainful employment. Required I noticed was spelled incorrectly. \
Cheyne Morgan I wish our leaders had the same strength to push back against this globalist agenda surrounding renewables. Climate change is a massive hoax. Well done to your President for putting the focus back on the energy sector, and encouraging coal and gas production. What a positive future for the American people.
Anthony Gibbs Such a scam. Trump actually said that eviscerating the EPA will bring "wealth" to Americans... Because coal mining has always been a highly lucrative profession! Hah! You idiots.
Billy Howard Totally BRILLIANT INTERVIEWEE! Media savvy, articulate, strong, direct, fluid. One of the few excellent Trump admin. media performers!
Burl Estes Trump is a change as Obama declared while in the WH he was going to destroy the coal industry, putting tens of thousands out of work.
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Sean Hannity8 hours ago

Question of the Day: Do you think it is safe for your kids to go on spring break?

Brenda Hofstad Hughes Absolutely not! When my 18 year old pulled the "I'm 18 and can do what I want" crap, she headed out for Spring Break at South Padre Island but didn't get out of the driveway. I took all the air out of her tires!!! #momsstillrule
Maggie Conley If by Spring Break you mean come home and help clean out the garage, yes! If you mean that debauchery that goes on in Florida- absolutely not.
Konnie Patton Mikes We spend a lot if time in Panama City Beach, Florida! Because of the vandalism, drugs, alcohol, auto accidents, drug overdoses, etc., the people of that city had had enough and elected a mayor who would make that city much safer for residents and tourists! No drinking on the beach means very limited spring break crowd. Panama City has collected data for years on the expenses vs the additional income caused by spring break in that city. Guess what! The additional income was no where near the expenses created by this event. Residents in Panama City Beach are now much happier and much safer!
Victoria Piccirillo No. I wanted to go on spring break in college but my parents told me they didn't want me going. So I stayed home and my three friends went and one of them drank a whole bottle of moonshine and ended up being rushed to the hospital to get his stomach pumped while my other friend is calling me hysterically crying saying he's going to die. It's not safe.
Beverly Ann Dyke-Aguirre I just wrote a Food For Thought about it and urged an end to kids being allowed to go and have access to drugs, drinking on beaches and all the things allowed to make money from their outrageous pleasures. I think it is terrible and becoming too dangerous.
Vik Roz Absolutely not! I went to college, and had fun without crazy spring breaks. What, are college students now entitlement to be crazy and "let off steam"? Its called real life!
E Marshall Buckles NO! Schools, colleges and universities, etc. need to go back to what spring break was originally for - letting students go home for Easter and Passover. It has become a drunken, promiscuous mess and needs to stop!
Andrea Strauss Did you catch that the woman who called in to tell you that she doesn't watch your show because you are mean actually MUST watch your show because how else would she have known to call you. LOL. Oh, and you are NOT mean AT ALL! You are a GREAT AMERICAN with a very caring heart for your fellow citizens. As Ted Koppel how many times the mainstream media talked about the 92 million unemployed. Not at all! I always appreciated that you didn't forget about the forgotten. God Bless You Always! And, yes, Spring Break is more dangerous these days than before. It's good that you warn people.
Elizabeth White Sparks No! I have five kiddos. Three are old enough to have had a spring break. If they are going to go on one...they better pay for it themselves and I certainly won't be subsidizing it. It can (it may not) have life long negative affects on their life. We go on family trips instead.
Dawn Kiner I get nervous when my 15 year old walks home from school... People are getting too crazy out there. Way too much senseless hate. Sending my teen off on a (future) spring break? Um no, this Mom will plan a family trip instead ...
Kathleen Venezia Not in this day and age. These kids are risking their lives - to have fun? There are better ways of having fun. But, they want to get drunk, get high, have sex, then wonder why they don't amount to anything when they are older.
John Bridges The question should be do you think your kid is smart and level-headed enough to avoid compromising situations? I think my kids are, and would support their choice to go to Spring Break. I would definitely worry the whole time. I wish I had gone away for spring break! What fun!!!
Pamela Barnes No but parents don't want to rob the children of what they call fun because they did it when they were young sad sad sad. No it is totally unsafe for kids to go on spring break. Parents wake up. Be there parents not their friend😔!!!!!!!
Grant Marsella Yes!!! Because I have raised my kid not to be a snowflake liberal idiot! She has to much respect for herself and for her parents! But I am sure I am a minority!
Chance Tyler Reid Sean! Love your show dvr everry one but i Think this is dumb and a waste of your time, I don't get it were you not young n go to spring break? I really don't get it. You didn't show anyone with alcohol poison or anyone who has died from anything spring break related.. a shooting ? Really that's it? I don't get it.. y don't you do investigation into something serious. Ridiculous.. the parents thank you? There adults! Leave them be
Sarita Andreola No, this is a horrible thing to allow your kids to do ! There is so much more danger because people are more lax with alcohol, drugs and sex. My sons never wanted to go. I'm okay with that, they are healthy, successful and alive.
Tim Reed Yes, students should be able to go on spring break. It's a parenting problem if your child makes the bad decisions that are associated with spring break. Parenting problems IS the problem with kids today. Going out of the country to celebrate spring break is a different conversation.
David Ruic Sean, are you going to take cameras out to Palm Springs or something so you can look at scantily clad co-eds again? That's what the Internet is for, you don't have to creep out all the kids on their vacations.
Al Sheldon Yes. Kids have always drank, had sex & some have done drugs on spring break. Over hyped story. It's nothing new. Kids will be kids: meaning their gonna do a lot of stupid stuff. It's just part of being young.
Louise Sheaffer Really...if I had a student, they not only would NOT be going on spring break, they would not be going to college. They would get their education on line. Would not trust my young adult to comunistic, liberal, brain washing teachers.
Lee Jackson We were All young once upon a time. If you raised your kids right then let them go. Temptation will always be there whether one is young or old but morals will last a life time.
Amy Tasker Poulin After seeing what you have shown this week, both my girls never went and am I glad!! They came home and worked or went on vacation with us. Pretty sad these kids feel they have to act this way like they are getting away with something. If I were their parents I would be absolutely devastated. Four families have to bury their children due to this behavior. This is out of control and needs to be regulated more.
Ellie Parrish That one guy tonight who said they're just having fun must not have any kids. Girls dress like that and then complain they were raped. Or has morality really gone so far that they don't care how much they drink and partake in sex with who knows how many guys. I can't believe they even know what they did when they're that drunk. My granddaughter who's 20 is taking college courses on line so we know where she is for spring break. Working and at home. Not all kids can afford to waste their parents money. The kids that go to college and are serious that they do excellent work, I don't think too many of them are there in that crowd.
Rose Anne Backus Some people call it harmless fun, but I see very risky behavior that can lead to alcohol poisoning and drug overdoses, rape and assault, STD's and even death. Too many young people come home from spring break with irreparable injury or don't come home at all.
John Toby Tobias A couple of years ago my wife and I took our young granddaughter to THE ZOO near Pensacola. We just happened to be following two young couples from out of state during spring break.(Ohio State t-shirts) As these kids were making their way through the Zoo having themselves some fun (taking pictures, feeding the animals and such) One of these boys looks over at the other three and states, "This was the best idea we've had all week." Sooo. Not all experiences is about drinking, drugs or partying. Js.
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Tom Abbey Here we go. And we have Judges blocking President Donald J. Trump , and his lawful order? I hope these excuses for judges, these tyrants in black robes are happy.
Julie Schwalm Taking the side of the enemy is treason, isn't it? And isn't that punishable by death? I think it is time for Americans to take back America from the enemy, our politicians.
Marc Ariz "Hasan also admitted lying to American authorities on his refugee application, falsely claiming he had been kidnapped and tortured by a Shi'ite militant group" The Quran Deception, Lying and Taqiyya Does Islam permit Muslims to lie? Muslim scholars teach that Muslims should generally be truthful to each other, unless the purpose of lying is to "smooth over differences." There are several forms of lying to non-believers that are permitted under certain circumstances, the best known being taqiyya. These circumstances are typically those that advance the cause of Islam - in some cases by gaining the trust of non-believers in order to draw out their vulnerability and defeat them.
Paula Szabo Supports the necessity of "extreme" vetting. Also begs an answer to the question; why were 3 grown, capable men brought over as "refugees"?
Katie Halford Keeney Nothing will happen to this person all the government seems to think people should just get by with everything and they've pretty much let everything go and this country we live in you're no longer safe right is considered wrong evil considered good what headed for some deep trouble
Irene Nman Let's do something let's put these "refugees "in front of those judges that have refused to follow the new immigration laws see what they have to say now, just a suggestion
Dowers David Harold Oh but wait ... Obama and his regime have a super vetting process clearly it's so awesome we don't need stricter vetting processes? so yeah America has got that going for it ! we Americans are strenuously vetted to adopt a pet let alone buy any firearm but vetting war torn refugees HOW DARE US
Ralph Kukla brought to you and sponsored by democrats hear about the rape of the teenager by illegals you can thank democrats for that hear about the rape of a little girl in Idaho by so called refugees ya you can thank democrats for that to And democrats want millions more illegals and so called refugees brought to America I say Vote OUT ALL democrats in all elections
Tom Batsios Americans would be lynched if they were caught in Iraq without escort. We should send all muslims back. Not just terrorists. We are not safe in their countries.
Sunny Davis Can a Muslim be a good American/Canadian/western civilization? Theologically - no, because his allegiance is to Allah. Religiously - no, because no other religion is accepted by His Allah except Islam (Qur'an 2:256). Scripturally - no, because his allegiance is to the five Pillars of Islam and the Qur'an. Geographically - no, because his allegiance is to Mecca, to which he turns in prayer five times a day. Socially - no, because his allegiance to Islam forbids him to make friends with Christians or Jews. Politically - no, because he must submit to the mullahs (spiritual leaders) who teach the annihilation of Israel and the destruction of America, the great Satan. Domestically - no, because he is instructed to marry four Women and beat his wife when she disobeys him (Qur'an 4:34). Intellectually - no, because he cannot accept the American Constitution since it is based on Biblical principles and he believes the Bible to be corrupt. Philosophically - no, because Islam, Muhammad, and the Qur'an does not allow freedom of religion and expression. Democracy and Islam cannot co-exist! Every Muslim government is either dictatorial or autocratic. Spiritually - no, because when we declare 'one nation under God,' we are referring to the Christian's God and not Allah. Therefore, after much study and deliberation, perhaps we should be very suspicious of ALL MUSLIMS in this country. They obviously cannot be both 'good' Muslims and good Americans/Canadians; they cannot and will not integrate into the great melting pot of America. The religious war is bigger than we know or understand. Muslims everywhere have said they will destroy us from within.
Wendell Davis This is islam The Westminster London attacker was a muslim The Jerusalem Truck driver was a muslim The Ft. Lauderdale Airport shooter was a muslim The German Christmas market truck driver was a muslim The Russian Ambassador in Turkey was killed by a muslim The Cairo Church Bombing was by a muslim The Ohio State Deadly Driver / Knife Attacker was muslim The Bagram suicide bomber was a muslim The Plane crash in Connecticut near the Pratt & Whitney plant was by a muslim The Paris Police Officer Burnings were done by muslims The Brussels police stabber was a muslim The Washington Mall shooter was muslim The NYC/NJ bomber was a muslim The Minnesota knife attacker was a muslim The Penn Station, New York Hatchet / Cleaver attacker was a muslim The York University stabbing in Canada was by a muslim The Medan, Sumatra axe slasher attempted bomber was a muslim The Oberhausen stabbings in Germany was by a muslim The Australia stabbing murderer was a muslim The Roanoke Virginia knife attacker was a muslim The Strasbourg Rabbi attacker was a muslim The Roethis, Austria Train attacker was muslim The Swiss Train attacker and arsonist was a muslim The Belgian machete attacker was a muslim The London knife attacker was a muslim The Belgian Priest stabbing was done by a muslim The Ansbach, Germany bomber was a muslim The Reutlingen, Germany machete killer was a muslim The Munich Shooters were muslim The French Family knife attacker was a muslim The German Train axe attacker was a muslim The Baton Rouge Shooter was a muslim i.e. Nation of islam The Nice, France Truck Driver was a muslim The Dallas Shooter may have been a muslim, reports vary The Orlando Shooter was a muslim The San Bernardine Shooters were muslims The French nightclub Shooters were muslims The Shoe Bomber was a muslim The Beltway Snipers were muslims The Fort Hood Shooter was a muslim The underwear Bomber was a muslim The U-S.S. Cole Bombers were muslims The Madrid Train Bombers were muslims The Bafi Nightclub Bombers were muslims The London Subway Bombers were muslims The Moscow Theatre Attackers were muslims The Boston Marathon Bombers were muslims The Pan-Am flight #93 Bombers were muslims The Air France Entebbe Hijackers were muslims The Iranian Embassy Takeover, was by muslims The Beirut U.S. Embassy bombers were muslims The Libyan U.S. Embassy Attack was by musiims The Buenos Aires Suicide Bombers were muslims The Israeli Olympic Team Attackers were muslims The Kenyan U.S, Embassy Bombers were muslims The Saudi, Khobar Towers Bombers were muslims The Beirut Marine Barracks bombers were muslims The Besian Russian School Attackers were muslims The first World Trade Center Bombers were muslims The Bombay & Mumbai India Attackers were muslims The Achille Lauro Cruise Ship Hijackers were muslims The September 11th 2001 Airline Hijackers were muslims' Think about it, there is a connection with islam and muslims killing people?
Dave Payton The judges who blocked trump, who let these people into the country, had better step down after this. If they don't, then they should be charged with every future crime as an accessory to those crimes. Their stupidity is allowing this to continue, and it's about time the american people demanded that they be held accountable as a result.
Jeff Jobe President Trump’s border wall could cost nearly $67 billion to build — over $50 billion more than Trump claimed -- according to a projection from the top Democrat on the committee overseeing the security of the US-Mexican border.
Jackie Capps Kill ISIS & send them all home. They have been killing each other for hundreds of years over an election outcome when Mohammad died & will continue to do so until all members of one of their political parties (Sunni or Shi'ite) are all dead. That's a little worse than our Democrats. We are not going to change that; but they can do it on their own soil. Of course, they plan on our soil being their soil.
Darlene Acree Woodard I live in Virginia and this infuriates me. We have allowed this to happen for so many years. These people have woven themselves into the fabric of our society. It's one of the stupidest things I have ever heard. Does anyone in their right mind think these people who hate America and our way of life are going to answer a freaking questionnaire truthfully!
Hal Eugene Halvorson We have kidnappers and terrorists all over our Country right now. They are just waiting for their numbers to increase before they all join the Jihad against the West!!!
Elizabeth Day Manafort’s $10 million annual contract with Russian businessman Deripaska, which was revealed Wednesday by The Associated Press, appeared to contradict the Trump administration and Manafort’s claim that he did not work for Russian interests. The former Trump aide wrote in a memo the work would “greatly benefit the Putin government.” The White House has repeatedly tried to distance itself from Manafort, who resigned as the top aide on the Trump campaign last August amid a swirling controversy around his work for a pro-Russia political party in Ukraine. The former adviser is facing allegations that he was paid millions as part of the arrangement. The latest disclosure came after the FBI confirmed it is investigating whether Trump associates cooperated with Moscow in its effort to influence the outcome of the 2016 presidential election. Manafort is reportedly a central figure in that investigation. But he has repeatedly insisted he has not worked on behalf of the Russian government and dismissed the probe as a smear campaign.
Elizabeth Day In the early days of Donald Trump’s presidency – which is to say, just a couple of months ago – Sally Yates was the administration’s choice to serve as the acting U.S. Attorney General, though that did not last. Ten days into her tenure, Trump fired Yates after she directed the Justice Department not to defend the president’s Muslim ban, which she considered unconstitutional. All of this unfolded on Jan. 30. Four days earlier, however, Yates notified the White House that the Justice Department had evidence that then-National Security Advisor Michael Flynn lied about his post-election talks with Vladimir Putin’s government and may be vulnerable to a Russian blackmail campaign. Yates is now eager to talk to congressional investigators about those developments. The Washington Post reports that the White House has “sought to block” that testimony. The Trump administration sought to block former acting attorney general Sally Yates from testifying to Congress in the House investigation of links between Russian officials and Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, The Washington Post has learned, a position that is likely to further anger Democrats who have accused Republicans of trying to damage the inquiry. According to letters The Post reviewed, the Justice Department notified Yates earlier this month that the administration considers a great deal of her possible testimony to be barred from discussion in a congressional hearing because the topics are covered by the presidential communication privilege. You may have heard about a House Intelligence Committee hearing, which was scheduled for yesterday, in which Yates was prepared to testify. The committee’s beleaguered chairman, Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), abruptly cancelled the hearing late last week, without notifying any of his colleagues. In case this isn’t already painfully obvious, it’s hard not to wonder whether Nunes, who already appears to be working with Team Trump to derail the investigation into Team Trump, scuttled the hearing at the behest of his White House allies.
Elizabeth Day Happened Today? Day 68: Tarnished. Welcome to Day 68. Trump signed an executive order to unwind Obama’s climate policies. He celebrated the move as a way to promote energy independence and restore thousands of lost coal industry jobs. The order directs the EPA to start the legal process of withdrawing and rewriting the Clean Power Plan. (New York Times) 1/ Democrats call for Nunes to recuse himself in Russia probe. Pelosi and Schiff both say Nunes’ is too close to the White House to lead a thorough investigation into Russia. His behavior has discredited and tarnished the House Intelligence Committee, making it difficult for him to remain credibile. The Committee has scrapped all meetings this week amid the turmoil. (CNN) 2/ Trump administration tried to block Sally Yates from testifying to Congress on Russia. The Justice Department notified Yates earlier this month that the administration considers a great deal of her possible testimony to be barred from discussion in a congressional hearing because the topics are covered by the presidential communication privilege. (Washington Post) 3/ Trump moves decisively to wipe out Obama’s climate-change record. The sweeping executive order seeks to lift a moratorium on federal coal leasing and remove the requirement that federal officials consider the impact of climate change when making decisions. (Washington Post) 4/ Trump tweets: “Russia story is a hoax.” In a 37-minute, four-tweet Twitter tirade, Trump attacks Bill and Hillary Clinton, the “Podesta Russian Company,” the Freedom Caucus, Democrats, and Obamacare. (Politico) 5/ Congress may stiff Trump on funding to build his wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. Trump’s hoping to jump-start constructure with money in a must-pass government funding bill. Democratic leaders are vowing to block any legislation that includes a single penny for the wall. The result could end in a government shutdown next month if the bill doesn’t pass. (Politico) 6/ Trump wants to do tax reform and infrastructure at the same time. The shift to infrastructure is to buy the support of Democrats while avoiding negotiations with the Freedom Caucus, which sank the health care bill. The infrastructure plan was likely going to be parked until next year. (Axios) 7/ Paul Manafort has engaged in a series of real estate deals in New York City over the past 11 years that fit a pattern used in money laundering. The former Trump campaign manager if also facing multiple investigations for his political and financial ties to Russia. (WYNC) 8/ The White House is asking Congress to cut $18 billion on everything from education to mental health programs. The cut would help pay for Trump’s military supplemental request, the proposed border wall, and the rest absorbed to help prevent a government shutdown. (Politico) 9/ House Republicans and the White House have restarted negotiations on legislation to repeal the Affordable Care Act. Just days after Trump said he was moving on to other issues, the White House is now saying hope they can still score the kind of big legislative victory that has so far eluded Trump. (New York Times) 10/ Trump believes the Supremacy Clause bars state lawsuits against a sitting president. A lawsuit claims Trump tarnished an “Apprentice” alum’s reputation and accuses him of kissing her twice in 2007 and attacking her in a hotel room. (Hollywood Reporter) 11/ Sanctuary city mayors fire back at Trump administration’s threat to cut fed funding. “If they actually act to take away our money, we’ll see them in court,” vowed New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio. (Fox News)
Mike Bent The claw on his wrist should come back in all states it is banned in alot if that douche bag moves by trying to run it will snap his wrist like a twig. No matter how big your wrist is
Richard Jacobs Jr. The Democrats keep piling one troubled scenario on top of another! We have an illegals crisis, a growing refugee crisis and radical leftist crisis! Our country is in perill because the left has infiltrated the fabrick of our nation with their failed ideology! Our education systems are rotten, our political discourse is putrid, Christianity is under attack from all sides and our nuclear family has been destroyed! Stop the envy and get on the with the developement of the soul? Time is fleeting!
Nick Poverman If you're wondering where Hannity is you can't see him he's in the bottom of this picture sucking on Donald Trumps cock like he always does.
Cheryl Kantor Goodman You're talking about refugees from a case 2004. What year did they come to the US? The vetting has changed a great deal since then. Another exploitation by hannity!!!
Dottie Peckman What they fail to realize is that ObamASS made the ruling and set it up to make it look like Trump did, "cuz it had a delayed start, so everyone of these MORONS are rebelling and trying to blame Trump. WHAT FOOLS OBAMA HAS MADE OUT OF THEM!.............ROFLMAO
Jean Chatfield Coombs This is why we need to put a stop to some of them being allowed to come into our country until such time, we can be sure as to who they are, and just where they are coming from....
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Frank Smith My take. Special needs or not, if the tsa feels there could be a threat to anyone else's safety. THEY NEED TO DO THEIR JOB.
Ronald Wright Don't you love it when they pat down the little kids and the grandmothers, but let bearded men with towels on their heads walk thru with rocket launchers and c-4 socks?
Natalie Ann There was nothing traumatizing about this. The agent was professional the entire time. Also, remember that his mother requested this...sounds like someone is just sue happy
Christopher Cooper I'm not sure what the big deal is. I never go through the Xray machine. I always ask to get a pat-down. Never been a problem. Find another way to travel then. Sorry, bigger problems to worry about!
Bobbi J. Antonelli-Szabo The boy didn't appear uncomfortable and if something was off with his laptop then rules are rules. His mother didn't want the boy to have a body scan so the pat down was the only alternative. Seems like an attention seeking individual
Dan Cole It is a common occurrence now and has been. Don't want to go through the horrendous experience then do not travel by air! The rest of us find hijacking, bombs and terrorist a worse experience. Get over it!
Ron Hatcher get over it please Mom you sons life may not be important to you but the people on the airplane are to me....maybe not to you. You should be grateful. Are you really that stupid and dumb?
Kristin Jones Ott If the mom thought her son was going to be traumatized why would she allow it? Cancel your flight. Make everyone pinky promise they aren't breaking any laws is what people want I guess.
Larry Gray It looks like a dirty old man having a little fun at the boys expense. How many times does he have to go over the same places before it becomes sexual harassment?
Louise Sheaffer Disabled or not...ALL parents should explain to ALL children just what to expect when flying. I can assure you IF a disabled child should be passed over, that would be used against us. No one should get a pass. Do your parenting !!!!!
H Stuart Brooks After the first check it looks more like groping and fondling than a pat down. I'm a grand father and would have raised hell after the first minute. AND, they do have full body scanners which should have been used first. Dang a t-shirt and shorts without pockets. I bet there were dark skinned men with beards that walked right through. YES, profiling should be implemented
Cheryl Verrico Sensory Processing Disorder is under the autism spectrum. I can relate as I have a son with this. It is startling to the child to be touched or spoken to in a certain way as they have true difficulties processing information. The mom was only inquiring as to having this done a different way; she wasn't against the issue of having it done. She knows we live in a different time - for those of you with normally developing children, kudos! You are blessed! This can be a nightmare for most parents as you never know when the shoe will drop for your child - upsetting at best!
Shawn OKeefe I thank TSA for doing their job after I go through it. I'm a whatever it takes to get all safe to destinations. Maybe you should've allowed enough time next time you fly or drive.
Shawn ChristopherEmeigh I was checked like this in a USMC class b uniform. Did I complain about it? No. Did I tell them how unlikely it would be for a serviceman with a valid gov ID on gov orders to cause a terror incident? No. When it was over I thanked them for keeping me safe during my flight, and went about my life.
Polly Boughton We need to be paying more attention to who we are profiling and use some common sense. The kid forgot to take out his laptop. His mother should have remembered it. However, patting down little white kids and ignoring middle eastern men needs to stop. Ever been to Detroit Metro? Seen WHO the TSA agents are?
Matt Dwyer Explain to me how exactly that kid was treated "unfairly", "like a dog", "horrified", and "traumatized" ? And the mother also states that they missed their flight ... because of a 2 minute pat down? Hilarious.
Stacey Wang I teach children with sensory processing issues. That pat down was a bit LONG for kids and a stranger touching them so much could make trigger frustration and anger. The kid really did GREAT for that to have been as long as it was.
Dennis Morris Liberals are rolling out the red carpet for people who's backgrounds can't even be verified and this is what Americans go through every day. Maybe the TSA guy is a liberal that really enjoys using his authorty to conduct unnecessary searches and uses the ladies room also.
Nathan Ward Most TSA associates are idiots to begin with. That guy screams pedophile. I think the TSA should be completely abolished and returning military members and vets should take it over.
Kelly Bernabei My son, also special needs, had a pat-down as well. Not sure what the problem is??? It was explained to him and looked to have been done appropriately. My son was even diapered (he's 17) and this looks exactly how ours was except We chose to go into a private room. I would rather BE SAFE then sorry to think someone had special treatment and "got through" just because they had "special needs". Other than being a little nervous this child doesn't look like it bothered him? 😏
Sharon Vackar Palmeter I saw nothing inappropriate. Maybe the they should pass a law to not allow pat downs of any special needs, elderly etc...That way, the terrorists can plant their bombs and other weapons on on people that have special needs, elderly etc...
Dan-Jenni Peasncarrots My son has Autism and has gone through this. You know what? He's fine. He knows they are checking to make sure people with bad intentions or weapons do not get on the planes. This is a teaching moment, mom. Explain to him in detail he understands WHY they do this.
Jennifer Pardini Bonilla He did the pat down to procedure. He used the back of his hands while patting down sensitive/personal areas. Trust me TSA agents are more traumatized by having to pat down some of these "stinky people"coming through. He shouldn't be traumatized by this. The mother sitting there recording before the pat down even started is what's sick.
Pattye Krilivsky Really, this was definitely overdone. Did this guy expect something to materialize from the time it took him to go from the back under his arm pit to the front under the same two armpits? Same thing from the waist down. Why the need to go over the same area 3 and 4 times? This became child abuse after the first time around. Pulling the boys clothes tight revealed no lumps bumps or guns or knives, one feel was enough.
Gloria Kral The TSA agent seemed professional and the young man seemed to handle the pat down fine. What's the problem? My sister got stopped because of something suspicious in her carry on: it was jelly belly jelly beans? But whatever- either they follow protocol or they don't. As long as they're respectful, it's better to just comply.