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Navy SEAL Robert O’Neill, who fired the shots that killed Osama Bin Laden, has written a book detailing what happened on the night of that historic raid. Warning for the squeamish: the link describes the kill shot in graphic detail. The full story also provides further proof, if any were needed, of the unbelievable courage, selflessness, humility and devotion to country and mission of America’s finest.

One detail that I believe should be shouted from the rooftops: according to O’Neill, when Bin Laden was killed, he was standing behind a woman, presumably one of his wives, with his hands on her shoulders. It didn’t help: a Navy SEAL knows how to aim a gun precisely. But just in case you missed the important part, let me repeat and emphasize it: the great “Lion of the Desert,” the “Jihadist Sheik,” Osama Bin Laden, died while trying to shield himself by cowering behind a woman.

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Let no one doubt President Trump’s commitment to the pro-life cause. Click the link to find out who’s going to be serving as the assistant secretary of public affairs at Health and Human Services.

It should also be noted that this former president of Americans United for Life is replacing someone who left to become the vice president for communications at Planned Parenthood. Talk about the pendulum swinging the other way. Now there’s a sign that things are moving in the right direction at HHS.

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Once again over the weekend, North Korea tested another missile, and once again, it was a humiliating failure that went straight into the sea. Unless Kim Jong-Un is trying to start a war with Aquaman, that’s probably not what he was shooting for. Naturally, President Trump was standing ready on Twitter to respond to the missile flop with some world class trolling.

It’s easy to mock the wide gap between Kim’s grandiose threats and boasts and his failure to launch even a small missile. But it’s a threat that has to be taken seriously. If North Korea keeps defying the world by test-firing missiles, eventually, they're going to figure out how to hit something other than Charlie the Tuna. If you let a child play with fireworks long enough, someone’s going to get hurt.

Welcome to 21st century liberal Hollywood, where actor Chris Pratt is forced by the PC police to backtrack and apologize for saying something that’s so obviously true that you can tell it just by looking at the plummeting movie ticket sales.

And while we’re talking about people who make assumptions about race and gender, and who open their mouths without first engaging their brains, why did his critics automatically assume that when he said, “I don’t see personal stories that necessarily resonate with me, because they’re not my stories. I think there’s room for me to tell mine, and probably an audience that would be hungry for them. The voice of the average, blue-collar American isn’t necessarily represented in Hollywood,” he was talking exclusively about white males?


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News flash to the SJWs who threw a Twit-storm at Pratt: out here in “flyover country,” there are an awful lot of blue collar workers of all races and religions, many of whom are women. Quite a few even vote Republican (gasp!) I’m a white male, but their stories would resonate with me, and I’d like to see them on screen. Maybe Hollywood movie makers should try visiting sometime, talk to some of those conservative, religious, blue collar workers they apparently disdain, and see about scheduling an attitude adjustment.


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