Real Wild West Gunfights

Contrary to what you see in Western movies, gunfights in the Wild West were rarely staged. They were usually much more spontaneous and sloppy affairs, the gunfighters trying to take advantage of stealth and subterfuge to win. And if they ran out of bullets, they might well just knife an opponent. More from the History Dose.

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Iranian Women Reject Hijab

A growing number of women in Iran are taking to streets to protest against mandatory hijabs. They are publicly removing their headscarves, tying them on sticks and waving them in public. After the Islamic Revolution in 1979 the government made it illegal for women to expose their hair in public and they cannot wear clothes that show off their figures. The penalties include jail time and lashes. More from author and anthropologist Robert Sepehr.

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Venetian Black Nobility

The Baroque is a highly ornate and often extravagant style of architecture, music, painting, sculpture and dance that flourished in Europe from the early 17th until the mid-18th century. It followed the Renaissance style with great innovations in dance originating at the French court under Louis 14th, where we see the first clear stylistic ancestor of classical ballet. The black nobility are Roman aristocratic families with a connection to the Vatican. Many of the members of Black Noble families also became high-ranking clergy and even Popes. More from Robert Sepehr.

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What’s Behind CNN Collapse?

Why are CNN ratings falling into the tank? If you ask Little Brian Stelter, it’s all a matter of there not being “much news.”  Nothing to do at all with CNN not being trustworthy or lying or pushing extremist Liberal views. It’s simply a downturn in the news cycle. Now that’s funny, you’ve got to admit. More from Meme the Left.

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Mainstream media outlets are suffering consequences in ratings and viewership since the Mueller report. Bill O’Reilly is on with Wayne Allyn Root to discuss accountability in the media and President Trump’s future plans with healthcare. Wayne and Bill also expand into how Jussie Smollett could have possibly had his charges dropped. Elaborating on how there is not always equal justice for all.

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And, speaking of collapse, even the witches on The View are coming around to accept reality and admit President Trump has been vindicated. It rubs them the wrong way, no doubt about it. But they are seeing the light. More from Mr., Reagan who watches The View so we don’t have to.

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Discovery Tackles Mansplaining

Let’s talk about the latest round of wokeness in the season 2 of Star Trek: Discovery. More from Computing Forever.




The Babe’s Superhuman Feats

Babe Ruth was arguably the greatest professional baseball player in the history of the game. But was he superhuman? Some of his feats on the field appear to support this argument. Baseball fans are certainly aware of his prowess at the plate, but he was just as effective on the mound, one time pitching a 14-inning complete game–a feat unheard of in the modern era. Baseball fanatic Jakob Stutz examines the legend that is The Sultan of Swat.

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Justice Jeanine: She’s Back!

The bozos who run the Fox News Network relented this weekend and allowed Justice Jeanine Pirro back on the air Saturday. Pirro had been suspended for two weeks because she dared to challenge the Muslim Congresswoman from Minnesota, Democrat Ilhan Omar, who has drawn censure from her colleagues for her anti-Semite comments.

Fox News demonstrated no judgement whatsoever in silencing Pirro. Increasingly, that network looks rudderless and foolish.

We’re glad, though, Pirro is back, and also that she didn’t waste any time in calling for a backlash against the Democratic officials who conspired to take down President Donald Trump. You want Trump ousted? Get one of your Leftist idiots elected!

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Nebraska’s Big Floods

They have barely shown up on the nightly news, but the biggest news story so far in 2019 might be the devastating floods across Nebraska. More than 75 counties have declared emergencies as the floods spread across the state, killing and isolating cattle and crops. HighImpactFlix surveys the disaster and predicts rising food prices in the months ahead.

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