Daily Hot Picks — July 25th

Senate Extends 9/11 Victims Fund Through 2092

America pays back its debts to individuals who put their lives on the line for us. That’s why the Senate just passed a bill that continues funding for 9/11 victims until 2092. The measure passed 97-2 with only two Republicans requesting changes to the bill.

Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) refused to sign unless the funds only lasted for 10 years. Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) took a more fiscally responsible approach by demanding that the funds be offset somehow in the current budget. A noble stance, but balancing the budget isn’t nearly as important as respecting people who choose to protect our country. They’re patriots of this highest order — we don’t count pennies at their expense.

“Fake News” Biker Shorts Receive Insane Backlash

Bumper sticker politics are now moving over to biking shorts.

Forever 21, the extremely popular clothing chain, released a new design of biking shorts that say “Fake News.” What’s intended as social commentary turned into outraging journalists because they can’t take a little criticism. Maybe the journalists who took the most offense are guilty of purporting fake news.

Cory Booker Wants to Punch Trump

“Toxic masculinity” is almost always used in such vapid connotations by the Left. Anything slightly offensive a man does is immediately labeled as “toxic,” even if he’s simply adhering to his biological predispositions. However, toxic masculinity is an appropriate classification of Cory Booker’s latest statement about his feelings towards Trump:

Cory wants to punch Trump in the face because of his “testosterone” issues. Maybe he should consult a medical professional instead of faking an excuse to hate Trump. Cory is playing right into the stereotypes the Left so vehemently hates. Irony at its finest.

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