Fox News Host Laura Ingraham will be taking a vacation next week amid an ongoing feud with David Hogg, a high school senior who survived the Parkland shooting last month.

Ingraham announced she was taking a pre-planned break with her children for Easter after Hogg successfully rallied his social media following and pressured companies to pull their advertising dollars from “The Ingraham Angle.”

“I hope she uses this time to reflect not only on how she treated me but so many others like the students at Dartmouth or even people like Lebron James,” Hogg told the Daily News in response to Ingraham’s announcement.

The controversy began on Wednesday, when Ingraham tweeted, “David Hogg Rejected By Four Colleges To Which He Applied and whines about it. (Dinged by UCLA with a 4.1 GPA…totally predictable given acceptance rates.)”

Ingraham apologizes for tweet about Hogg college rejections

The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student, who has become a vocal gun control activist in the wake of the deadly shooting, was more than ready to fight back.

Hours after Ingraham’s initial tweet, Hogg published a list of her biggest advertisers and asked his social media followers to spring to action.

Since then, a dozen companies including Office Depot, Hulu, TripAdvisor, Expedia, Johnson & Johnson have pulled their ads from the show.

While Ingraham issued an apology “in the spirit of Holy Week” on Thursday, the controversy has yet to die down.

Parkland survivor David Hogg calls for boycott of Laura Ingraham

“I would love to see her go,” Hogg told The News in a phone interview earlier Friday evening.

The teen said he will not accept the conservative pundit’s half-hearted Twitter apology until she admits that she has slandered him and his classmates.

Hogg also said he’s furious that Ingraham included a clip of her interview with him at the end of her mea culpa tweets Thursday.

“That’s what she does when she tries to apologize to me, she promotes her own show? Really?” Hogg told The News.

Hogg also responded to the news of Ingraham’s vacation by turning her own words against her. “Have some healthy reflections this Holy Week,” he tweeted.

Ingraham and other Fox News hosts have characterized Hogg and his classmates as frantic anti-gun left-wingers in the wake of the Feb. 14 Parkland shooting that left 17 people dead.

Hogg said Ingraham’s attacks were “really, really stupid,” adding that the subsequent backlash shows that people are fed up with her and the scourge of gun violence.

“I’m a 17-year-old kid, she’s bullied people before and I think people are just sick and tired of it,” he said. “She needs to acknowledge what she has done wrong.” 

California governor pardons 5 men facing deportation

FILE – In this Jan. 10, 2018 file photo, California Gov. Jerry Brown responds to a question at a news conference in Sacramento, Calif. Gov. Brown on Friday, March 30, pardoned five ex-convicts facing deportation, including two whose families fled the Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia four decades ago. Rich Pedroncelli, File AP Photo

By Paul Elias

California Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday pardoned five ex-convicts facing deportation, including two whose families fled the Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia four decades ago.

The pardons don’t automatically stop deportation proceedings, but eliminate the state convictions federal authorities based their deportation decisions on. That gives the men’s lawyers strong legal arguments before immigration judges to try to prevent the deportations.

“The pardon does provide enormous benefit to immigrants facing deportation,” said Anoop Prasad, an immigration staff attorney at Asian Law Caucus.

Brown’s intervention for the men — among 56 pardoned — marked the Democratic governor’s third consecutive pardon round in which he intervened on behalf of immigrants who were deported or faced deportation because of criminal convictions. Brown has accused the administration of President Donald Trump of “basically going to war” with California over immigration policy.

Brown last year signed sanctuary legislation limiting state and local cooperation with federal enforcement of immigration laws. U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions responded with a Department of Justice lawsuit seeking to invalidate three state laws protecting residents living in the country without documentation.

Those pardoned Friday included Sokha Chhan and Phann Pheach, both of whom face deportation to Cambodia, a country ruled in the 1970s by the genocidal Khmer Rouge. Chhan was convicted of two counts of misdemeanor domestic violence in 2002 and served 364 days in jail.

Pheach was convicted of possessing drugs and obstructing a police officer in 2005 and served six months in jail. His wife said he is in federal custody.

Also pardoned was Daniel Maher, who was convicted in 1995 of kidnapping, robbery and being a felon in possession of a firearm and served five years in prison. Maher is facing deportation to China.

Chhan, Pheach and Maher hold permanent U.S. residency but had exhausted all legal avenues to fight deportation, making Brown’s pardons for them their last hope to stay in the U.S., Prasad said.

“This is a life-changing, enormous event,” he said.

Also pardoned while facing deportation were Daniel Mena and Francisco Acevedo Alaniz, but their home countries were not immediately known. Mena was convicted in 2003 of possessing illegal drugs. Alaniz served five months in prison for a 1997 auto theft conviction.

Brown on Friday also commuted the sentences of 14 others convicted of crimes.

The governor is a former Jesuit seminarian and traditionally issues pardons close to major Christian holidays. Easter falls on Sunday.

California’s longest-serving governor has now issued 1,519 pardons, including 404 during his first two terms as governor from 1975 to 1983.

Brown’s father, Edmund G. “Pat” Brown issued 467 pardons and 55 commutations, but there have been long stretches of very few in California.

From 1991 through 2010, former Govs. Pete Wilson and Gray Davis issued no pardons while Arnold Schwarzenegger handed out just 15.


This story corrects that Pheach was born in Thailand, not Cambodia. It corrects the spelling of one man’s last name, Chhan, not Chann.


Hungary welcomes fleeing Swedes, rejects Islamic migrants

 | Infowars.com – MARCH 30, 2018

A row over European border controls is unfolding as a Swedish MP has announced his intention to emigrate to Hungary – concurrently with Sweden’s education minister slamming Budapest for using the Nordic nation as an example of failed immigration policies.

Kent Ekeroth, a Member of Parliament representing the Sweden Democrats, recently told Svenska Dagbladet that he intends to move to Hungary at the conclusion of his term to escape Sweden and the tidal wave of migrants that have flooded the country, fueling exploding crime rates and an on-going demolition of Swedish culture.

“To start with they have no immigration. That’s the most important thing. And they value their own culture highly and the grounds on which European civilization rests,” Ekeroth said. “I’m going to be there at least a while, until the situation has calmed down a bit in Sweden.”

Ekeroth also cited the fact that he will lose his personal security detail once he is no longer an MP, which could further endanger him for speaking out against the Islamization of Sweden.

Meanwhile, Sweden’s Minister of Education, Gustav Fridolin, met with fellow left-wing politicians in Hungary this week, where he denounced Hungarian officials who have highlighted Sweden’s slow-motion collapse due to self-destructive immigration policies.

“We have our problems and challenges the same as you probably have in Hungary,” Fridolin said. “At the same time, we now see how people who have come from other countries to Sweden get more work, get involved and contribute and make Sweden their own. It is obviously a description of reality that is also needed.”

“The picture that Sweden, when we were with and received very many people on the run, still has a positive development when it comes to economy and work, it actually needs to be there too.”

Sveriges Radio published Fridolin’s comments, while also noting, “in recent weeks, people who claim to be Swedish-Hungarians have raised Sweden as a deterrent,” which is likely in reference to a highly controversial viral interview with a Swedish woman who recently fled to Hungary for reasons similar to those espoused by MP Ekeroth.

“There is no safety at all. With all those migrants they let into the country, unfortunately the situation got worse,” Natalie Contessa told Hungarian broadcaster M1. “For example, you can’t travel in the daytime on the metro in Stockholm where I lived, because the migrants sexually assault women, and nobody helps. The police do not come out.”

Contessa asserted that only within the last three years has the atmosphere in Sweden rapidly darkened, prompting her planned emigration to Hungary, which was accelerated after she was sexually attacked on the subway while en route to work, and despite her cries for help, was ignored by capable bystanders who likely feared for their own safety if they intervened.

Sweden has taken in the most migrants, per capita, of any European nation.


Nothing says ‘revolutionary’ like having the total backing of MSM and Corporate America!

Chris Menahan | Information Liberation – MARCH 31, 2018

Self-described revolutionary David Hogg hailed “Corporate America” Friday on CNN for standing with him and said he still rejects Laura Ingraham’s apology and considers her actions “disgusting.”

“I think it’s great that corporate America is standing with me and the rest of my friends,” Hogg told CNN host Alisyn Camerota. “Because when you come against any one of us, whether it be me or anybody else, you’re coming against all of us. And I think it’s important that we stand together as both corporate and civic America to take action against these people and show them that they cannot push us around, especially when all we’re trying to do here is save lives.”

Indeed, organizing a boycott of Laura Ingraham for poking fun at you with the aid of George Soros-funded Media Matters and the entire corporate media will no doubt save millions of lives!

(See the type of coverage Hogg’s boycott is getting below.)



After showering Corporate America with praise, Camerota went on to ask, “what kind of dumbass colleges don’t want you?!”

Nothing says “revolutionary” like having the total backing of the corporate media and Corporate America! You really know you’re “fighting the system” when all your critics are banned and censored on YouTube, Google, Twitter and Facebook for having the audacity to push back against you!



Caravan of Central Americans funneling up through Mexico to cross US border

Sounds like the first line of a movie script based on some dystopian future, doesn’t it? But it’s actually an underreported story from the real world.

SEE ALSO: Laura Ingraham: I’m done … for a week

I first became aware of this developing tale thanks to a tweet from Nicolas Medina Mora lionizing the work of Adolfo Flores of Buzzfeed. What is Adolfo up to? Take a look.


Flores is apparently on a lengthy trek through all of Mexico with a literal army of migrants from a number of countries including Honduras. Normally one might imagine that a potential national security crisis for the United States such as this would be cause for raising the alarm. Instead, the Buzzfeed reporter is cheering them on and talking about their “struggle.”

You won’t see much in the way of coverage of this on the major networks or CNN, but Buzzfeed is covering it.

For five days now hundreds of Central Americans — children, women, and men, most of them from Honduras — have boldly crossed immigration checkpoints, military bases, and police in a desperate, sometimes chaotic march toward the United States. Despite their being in Mexico without authorization, no one has made any effort to stop them.

Organized by a group of volunteers called Pueblos Sin Fronteras, or People Without Borders, the caravan is intended to help migrants safely reach the United States, bypassing not only authorities who would seek to deport them, but gangs and cartels who are known to assault vulnerable migrants.

Organizers like Rodrigo Abeja hope that the sheer size of the crowd will give immigration authorities and criminals pause before trying to stop them.

“If we all protect each other we’ll get through this together,” Abeja yelled through a loudspeaker on the morning they left Tapachula, on Mexico’s border with Guatemala, for the nearly monthlong trek.

This isn’t a group of family members or some isolated, organized clan. This is an army. Flores numbers them in the hundreds but looking at the pictures coming from the “march” it clearly appears that their numbers are swelling. The real figure, as cited by Mora, is likely already more than a thousand. Their purpose? They make no bones about it when asked. They, “hope American authorities will grant them asylum or, for some, be absent when they attempt to cross the border illegally.”

Perhaps they’ve been convinced that they can simply apply for refugee status or asylum when they arrive. And they actually can apply, but that doesn’t mean that they will be accepted on that basis. Further, Mexico bears some responsibility for helping to prevent this sort of organized invasion. Just this week our new Homeland Security Secretary met with Mexico’s Foreign Minister and signed agreements related to customs and border security. All of this is happening in the shadow of those NAFTA restructuring talks. It’s worth asking why, as Flores reports, nobody from Mexico is doing a thing to slow down this march. In fact, in some cases, the Buzzfeed reporter suggests that Mexican towns and cities are actually hurrying them along.


This army of interlopers moving across Mexico “without authorization” as Flores puts it (translated to “illegally”) is seeking to overwhelm the resources of immigration officials and are ready to cross the border illegally if an opening presents itself. If Mexico allows this to simply happen with no intercession they shouldn’t expect such a friendly reception with the State Department and the White House.

NY Times Bans ‘Killing the Deep State’ From Bestseller List – (THIS IS WHY THEY WANT OUR GUNS AMERICA)


Jerome Corsi‘s red-hot new book “Killing the Deep State: The Fight to Save President Trump” is a runaway bestseller — but you’d never know that from reading The New York Times.

In an interview with Newsmax TV, Corsi said that he’s not entirely surprised at his book’s exclusion from the high-profile list.

“They don’t want any book that will support President Trump, who they detest, to be on The New York Times bestseller list. Even if the book legitimately outsells most of the other books,” he said during an appearance on “Newsmax Now.”

“It’s completely disgraceful and dishonest. But again, The New York Times is disgraceful and dishonest these days.”

Corsi told host Kirsten Haglund the Times is aware of how influential its list of top-selling books is. Better placement can lead to more sales, which generally garners more attention and opportunities for the author.

“So if they deny you from being on The New York Times bestseller list, they’re trying to have a suppression campaign to make sure that nobody reads ‘Killing the Deep State,'” Corsi said.

“They have control over a lot of the book industry and they know it. And that’s the disadvantage.”

“Killing the Deep State” debuted last week at No. 10 on the non-fiction hardcover list compiled by Nielsen BookScan, the book industry’s only nationally recognized sales tracking list.

And yet, the influential New York Times Book Review inexplicably has not listed “Deep State” on its hardcover bestseller list, despite the fact it outsold many of the books that did make its list.

For example, going by sales reported by Nielsen, “Killing the Deep State” should have landed at No. 4 on the Times’ April 1 list of its Top 15 print hardcover bestsellers, right after Tara Westover’s “Educated” (Random House).

But instead, the Times’ No. 4 spot is held by “I’ll Be Gone in the Dark,” by Michelle McNamara, (Harper) even though it sold hundreds of copies less than “Deep State” did.

“Killing the Deep State” also sold substantially more copies than the 11 other books on the list, including such titles as “Obama” by Pete Souza, “Leonardo Da Vinci” by Walter Isaacson, and “Born a Crime” by Trevor Noah.

Now Newsmax has learned that the Times has snubbed “Deep State” on its April 8 bestseller list as well.

Its second week of phenomenal sales should have put “Killing the Deep State” in the No. 5 position on the Times’ list. But you won’t see it there, either, despite having sold more than double the amount of copies of many others that are listed by the Times.

Adding insult to injury is the fact that the presales of “Killing the Deep State” shot it to No. 6 on the Amazon best-seller list earlier this month.

“Killing the Deep State” is published by Humanix, a subsidiary of Newsmax. When Newsmax reached out to Brian Kennedy who answered the phone at The New York Times best-seller list to ask about the book’s absence in the face of Nielsen BookScan’s numbers, he issued a terse, “No comment.”

He declined to answer any other questions.

Read Newsmax Article: NY Times Bans ‘Killing the Deep State’ From Bestseller List | Newsmax.com
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British ISIS torturers ‘regret’ beheadings, say revoking citizenship ‘unfair’

Photos provided by SDF on February 9, 2018, showing captured ISIS members Alexanda Kotey and Shafee Elsheikh © SDF handout / Reuters

Two British ISIS members have described their brutal execution of hostages as “regrettable.” The men also said that the British government’s decision to revoke their citizenship denied them the chance of a fair trial.

El Shafee Elsheikh and Alexanda Amon Kotey were allegedly part of a four-member Islamic State (IS, formerly known as ISIS/ISIL) cell known as “The Beatles.” The cell became known for its brutal execution videos of hostages, including American journalists Steven Sotloff and James Foley in 2014.

The cell’s leader, Mohammed Emwazi, became known as “Jihadi John,” and appeared in many of the group’s videos, threatening the west from behind a mask. Emwazi was “evaporated”in a coalition drone strike in Raqqa, Syria in November 2015. Another member of the group, Aine Lesley Davis, was arrested in Turkey last year and sentenced to seven years in prison.


Elsheikh and Kotey were captured in eastern Syria in January by the US-backed Kurdish-majority Syrian Democratic Forces. Speaking to the Associated Press, the two men called the British government’s decision to strip them of their citizenship “illegal.”

“When you have these two guys who don’t even have any citizenship…if we just disappear one day, where is my mom going to go and say where is my son,” said Elsheikh.

He told AP how he fears the two men might be vulnerable to “rendition and torture,” or “being taken to any foreign land and treated in any way and having nobody to vouch for you.”

The duo allegedly played a role in the torture and mistreatment of countless prisoners, according to US officials who have interrogated the men since their capture. Elsheikh “earned a reputation for waterboarding, mock executions and crucifixions while serving as an (IS) jailer,” according to a statement from the US State Department. Kotey “likely engaged in the group’s executions and exceptionally cruel torture methods, including electronic shock and waterboarding.”

Elsheikh came to Britain from Sudan when he was a child, and worked as a mechanic in west London. Kotey, who is a Londoner of Ghanaian and Greek-Cypriot descent, converted to Islam in his twenties.

While the men did not admit to being part of the terror cell, they spoke to the AP about the infamous IS execution videos. Kotey said that many IS members “would have disagreed” with the killings “on the grounds that there is probably more benefit in them being political prisoners.”

“As for my position, I didn’t see any benefit. It was something that was regrettable,” he said. Kotey also blamed western governments for failing to negotiate with the terrorist group.

The United States wants the home countries of captured jihadis to repatriate and prosecute them. The British defense secretary however has said they should not be allowed back into the country.

IS arose from the chaos created by the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003. Exploiting the civil war in Syria, the group declared itself a “worldwide caliphate” in June 2014 and defied a US-led coalition to expand its reach throughout 2015. Its fortunes changed following Russia’s 2015 intervention in Syria, however. Its “capital” in Raqqa was liberated by the SDF in October 2017. As of December 2017, IS claimed control of only several isolated pockets of Syrian desert.

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