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Tony Katz

Today's #PopCornMoment is a twofer from MSNBC. In one clips, MSNBC host Andrea Mitchell gets apoplectic over Attorney General Jeff Sessions use of the term illegal aliens when discussing DACA, saying the many people find the term "offensive." She also couldn't understand what "...
President Donald Trump's decision to rescind DACA - the Obama era executive order that allowed children of illegal immigrants to stay in the country - has made everyone hysterical for no reason. But the America Hysteria Index went off the charts when Democratic Representative...
(photo credit: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images) Due to rising violence in the city of Sacramento, California, city officials have created a plan to offer gang members cash stipends for graduating from school and generally staying out of trouble. A total of $1.5 million is the...
(photo credit: STR/Getty Images) Global leaders are scrambling to react in the wake of North Korea’s latest nuclear test - it's largest to date. It's still too soon to confirm North Korea's claims that last weekend's test of a nuclear device was an advanced hydrogen bomb , but...
(Photo Credit: NurPhoto/Getty Images) Remember all that talk about former FBI Director James Comey being a man of utmost character, honor, and unimpeachable integrity? Yeah, that's over now. This week we finally got a glimpse of the real James Comey, and it turns out he's about...
(Photo Credit: VCB/Getty Images) CNN aired a segment Wednesday that exposed the level of fear and mental oppression under which the citizens of North Korea live. The network sent reporter Will Ripley to Pyongyang to “interview” North Koreans about the regime’s latest missile...
(photo credit: Alex Wong/Getty Images) When it comes to partisan politics and attacking your 'enemy,' liberals clearly have no shame. Late Wednesday evening, social media blew up with users attacking Vice President Mike Pence for video purporting to show him 'begging' congress...
(Photo Credit: BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/Getty Images) Hours after noisy “chemical reactions” and fires broke out at a storm-battered chemical plant — sending numerous sheriff’s deputies to the hospital — the facility’s operators have warned that more explosions are possible, even as...
(photo credit: Joe Raedle/Getty Images) After five days of catastrophic flooding, Houston is just beginning to assess the extensive destruction Hurricane Harvey left in its wake, but even after Harvey’s floodwaters recede, health risks remain. After Katrina, there were several...