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Taking a Stand: Stadium Worker Quits Job After Bills Protest


Thirty years of loyal service to the Buffalo Bills was brought to an end on Sunday, by a single act of disloyal, disservice to our country. After watching Bills players kneeling, raising fists, and even stretching during the playing of the national anthem, New Era Field employee Erich Nikischer decided he had enough.

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Take a Knee, Pay Your Own Fee: Louisiana Politician Wants to Take State Money Away from Saints After Protests


The struggle could become even more real, for the NFL’s growing number of anthem-protesting malcontents. Particularly those who protest while wearing the Fleur-de-lis.

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Take a Knee, Pay Your Own Fee: Louisiana Politician Wants to Take State Money Away from Saints After Protests

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Flashback: When the NFL Was Patriotic — Watch Whitney Houston Sing the National Anthem

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Compare the NFL when Whitney Houston sang the National Anthem, to the anti-American, crybaby protesters in the NFL today.

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Lies upon Lies: How Anthony Weiner Went Down


Note from Senior Management: As former Rep. Anthony Weiner explores a return to politics, the mainstream media have been eager to help him rehabilitate his reputation–and to distort or ignore the role played by Andrew Breitbart in driving the story. Andrew’s victory in Weinergate was as much a triumph over the mainstream media as it was against a Democrat who had falsely claimed to be the victim of a crime–and who had suggested that Andrew could be the culprit. In spinning for Weiner, the mainstream media are attempting to restore their own tarnished reputations. As blogger Ace of Spades noted yesterday: “It was absolute smoking gun proof offered by Andrew Breitbart that did Weiner in on June 6th [2011], and not “questions from reporters,” that compelled Weiner to confess. Orwell wrote in 1984: “Who controls the past controls the future.” Whatever Weiner’s future, we will not allow the mainstream media to re-write history to suit their agenda. The following excerpt from the updated paperback edition of Andrew’s book, Righteous Indignation: Excuse Me While I Save the World (Grand Central Publishing, 2012–available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble), tells the Weinergate story precisely as it happened–not as the mainstream media wish it

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Maine Gov LePage to Susan Collins on Health Care: ‘Start Paying Attention to Maine People’


Monday on “The Laura Ingraham Show,” Maine Governor Paul LePage discussed Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) position that it would be “very difficult” to vote for the Senate Republican’s latest attempt to repeal and replace Obamacare, the Graham-Cassidy Bill. LePage called on Collins to “start paying attention to Maine people.” LePage said, “She needs to be voting for this because she shouldn’t be on a national level, she should be looking after Maine people.” On Collins’ concerns for pre-existing conditions, he continued, “Pre-existing conditions are part of state law. They are part of the federal program. So I really don’t understand where the Senator is coming from. She should start paying attention to Maine people.” On Maine’s high-risk pools he added, “We were leading the country back in 2011 on lowering premiums. We had a good program. This is what is so disheartening with Senator Susan Collins, we had the program that could help America, and she is just so concerned with family planning she can’t see beyond it.” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN

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Santorum: If You Vote Against Graham-Cassidy but Claim to Be for Obamacare Repeal, You’re a ‘Liar’

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Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum told Breitbart News Daily host Raheem Kassam on Monday, “Anyone who votes again this bill,” referring to the Graham-Cassidy Obamacare repeal bill, “and says, ‘I’m still for repealing Obamacare,’ they’re a liar because they had a chance to repeal Obamacare, and they didn’t.”

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Santorum: If You Vote Against Graham-Cassidy but Claim to Be for Obamacare Repeal, You’re a ‘Liar’

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NFL Backlash: ‘Sunday Night Football’ Hit With Season-Low Ratings


After President Trump finally spoke up for tens of millions of voiceless Americans disgusted over spoiled NFL crybabies disrespecting the American flag and anthem, the controversy finally erupted over the weekend.

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Villanueva’s Jersey Sales Skyrocket After Anthem Stand


If you want an Alejandro Villanueva jersey, and let’s face it, who doesn’t, you better act now because they’re selling fast.

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Donald Trump: I’ll Be ‘Campaigning Like Hell’ for Roy Moore If He Beats Luther Strange


President Donald Trump repeated his promise to campaign in Alabama for Roy Moore if he beat appointed Senator Luther Strange in the Republican Senate primary.

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Taking a Stand: Stadium Worker Quits Job After Bills Protest

Thirty years of loyal service to the Buffalo Bills was brought to an end on Sunday, by a single act of disloyal, disservice to our country. After watching Bills players kneeling, raising fists, and even stretching during the playing of the national anthem, New Era Field employee Erich Nikischer decided he had enough.

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Take a Knee, Pay Your Own Fee: Louisiana Politician Wants to Take State Money Away from Saints After Protests

The struggle could become even more real, for the NFL’s growing number of anthem-protesting malcontents. Particularly those who protest while wearing the Fleur-de-lis.

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Flashback: When the NFL Was Patriotic — Watch Whitney Houston Sing the National Anthem

Compare the NFL when Whitney Houston sang the National Anthem, to the anti-American, crybaby protesters in the NFL today.

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Lies upon Lies: How Anthony Weiner Went Down

Note from Senior Management: As former Rep. Anthony Weiner explores a return to politics, the mainstream media have been eager to help him rehabilitate his reputation–and to distort or ignore the role played by Andrew Breitbart in driving the story. Andrew’s victory in Weinergate was as much a triumph over the mainstream media as it was against a Democrat who had falsely claimed to be the victim of a crime–and who had suggested that Andrew could be the culprit. In spinning for Weiner, the mainstream media are attempting to restore their own tarnished reputations. As blogger Ace of Spades noted yesterday: “It was absolute smoking gun proof offered by Andrew Breitbart that did Weiner in on June 6th [2011], and not “questions from reporters,” that compelled Weiner to confess. Orwell wrote in 1984: “Who controls the past controls the future.” Whatever Weiner’s future, we will not allow the mainstream media to re-write history to suit their agenda. The following excerpt from the updated paperback edition of Andrew’s book, Righteous Indignation: Excuse Me While I Save the World (Grand Central Publishing, 2012–available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble), tells the Weinergate story precisely as it happened–not as the mainstream media wish it

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Maine Gov LePage to Susan Collins on Health Care: ‘Start Paying Attention to Maine People’

Monday on “The Laura Ingraham Show,” Maine Governor Paul LePage discussed Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) position that it would be “very difficult” to vote for the Senate Republican’s latest attempt to repeal and replace Obamacare, the Graham-Cassidy Bill. LePage called on Collins to “start paying attention to Maine people.” LePage said, “She needs to be voting for this because she shouldn’t be on a national level, she should be looking after Maine people.” On Collins’ concerns for pre-existing conditions, he continued, “Pre-existing conditions are part of state law. They are part of the federal program. So I really don’t understand where the Senator is coming from. She should start paying attention to Maine people.” On Maine’s high-risk pools he added, “We were leading the country back in 2011 on lowering premiums. We had a good program. This is what is so disheartening with Senator Susan Collins, we had the program that could help America, and she is just so concerned with family planning she can’t see beyond it.” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN

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Santorum: If You Vote Against Graham-Cassidy but Claim to Be for Obamacare Repeal, You’re a ‘Liar’

Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum told Breitbart News Daily host Raheem Kassam on Monday, “Anyone who votes again this bill,” referring to the Graham-Cassidy Obamacare repeal bill, “and says, ‘I’m still for repealing Obamacare,’ they’re a liar because they had a chance to repeal Obamacare, and they didn’t.”

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NFL Backlash: ‘Sunday Night Football’ Hit With Season-Low Ratings

After President Trump finally spoke up for tens of millions of voiceless Americans disgusted over spoiled NFL crybabies disrespecting the American flag and anthem, the controversy finally erupted over the weekend.

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Villanueva’s Jersey Sales Skyrocket After Anthem Stand

If you want an Alejandro Villanueva jersey, and let’s face it, who doesn’t, you better act now because they’re selling fast.

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Donald Trump: I’ll Be ‘Campaigning Like Hell’ for Roy Moore If He Beats Luther Strange

President Donald Trump repeated his promise to campaign in Alabama for Roy Moore if he beat appointed Senator Luther Strange in the Republican Senate primary.

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