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James “Mad Dog” Mattis, the esteemed Ex-Marine and current Secretary of Defense, is quite popular for his brutally honest quotes about war and also for his overall effectiveness as a military leader. His popularity and reverence can be judged by the fact that upon his retirement from the Marine Corps, the Marine Corps Times named him the “most revered Marine in a generation.”

On Sunday, during an interview with John Dickerson, host of CBS’ “Face the Nation,” Mattis further personified his reputation.

Mattis and Dickerson, during the wide ranging interview, discussed a number of issues, more importantly the threats currently facing the US, including the unrest in the Middle East, North Korea, and ISIS.

However, when Dickerson asked Mattis what keeps him up at night, he didn’t hesitate with his response.

“What keeps you awake at night?” Dickerson asked.

With absolutely no hesitation, Mattis replied: “Nothing. I keep other people awake at night.”

Mattis was indeed, dead serious.

Like mentioned earlier, the 4-star Marine general is renowned for his quotes. Here are some of his most memorable ones.

“Be polite, be professional, but have a plan to kill everybody you meet.”

“I don’t lose any sleep at night over the potential for failure. I cannot even spell the word.”

“I come in peace. I didn’t bring artillery. But I’m pleading with you, with tears in my eyes: If you f*ck with me, I’ll kill you all.”

“The most important six inches on the battlefield is between your ears.”

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A Georgia middle school teacher and her aide were recorded brawling with each other in front of a classroom full of students.

On May 19, the knock-down, drag-out incident recorded on cell phone video by a student and has gone viral ever since then.

The clip featured Stone Middle School and noted a staff member shoving a female at the front of the classroom.

Then what’s presumably a second staff member, was seen jumping in to the female’s defence.

This is the exact time when the two staff members begin going at it.

The video shows full-on hair-pulling, bodies slamming into blackboards, and frightened students screaming for them to stop.

A local new source reported that the fight broke out during Field Day activities.

Brittany Randolph-Johnson, an eighth-grade teacher, and Milan Etheridge, a special education paraprofessional who was seen assisting Randolph-Johnson in the video, were both charged with disorderly conduct and went sent to jail and were later released on bond.

It is to be noted, a student spoke to a local news reported and mentioned that the pair had in fact been arguing about a “male teacher.”

Parents were furious at what had happened.

Valerie Stewart, a parent said, “They couldn’t have waited until school was out? Mature adults? And then talk about it after kids were out of the classroom?” she asked WSB.

Although, Stewart’s daughter, Madison Hall, a student at Stone Mountain, didn’t witness the fight. However, when she heard about it Hall noted that she “couldn’t believe it. Like, I thought it was kids fighting, and then found out it was teachers. It was just bad.”

Making things even more interesting, students mentioned that school officials later went through their cell phones and ordered them to delete all and every evidence of the fight.

“Nobody apologized,” a student said.

“They just came in and were like, ‘Who videotaped this?’ and stuff like that. I think they were trying to push it under the rug so nobody would know about it and the school’s reputation wouldn’t be messed up.”

On the other hand, DeKalb County School District went on to say that they are completely unaware of an incident where the schools staff went through student cell phones.

Nevertheless, one video safely made it to the internet.

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Fox News co-host Meghan McCain bashed feminist organizers behind the Women’s March on “Outnumbered,” and refused to support their cause; especially if they continue to advocate for the defunding of the U.S. military.

On the show this Tuesday, McCain and her co-hosts discussed whether or not the protesters were out of touch with most of America. McCain bashed the protestors by saying, “The problem with the modern Women’s March — feminist agenda or whatever is that it’s so wrapped up in the extreme left — not just on things like abortion but things apparently like defunding the military as well.”

On Monday, around 80,000 activists joined hands with the Women’s March and signed a pledge demanding reparations for African-Americans, and called for the defunding of the military. The pledge also included a part where they pushed for a left-wing agenda that included open border immigration policies and staging sit-ins across the country. Under the banner of “Pledge of Liberation,” the organization affiliated with the Women’s March and called to put an end to “gender norms, expectations, stereotypes,” and the legalization of abortion.

McCain argued that she wouldn’t consider herself a feminist, even though the common practice is that she “should” and stated that her beliefs in no way align with those of the leftist Women’s March movement.

“A person like me,” she continued, “even though I guess on paper I should consider myself a feminist, I won’t touch that. If that includes defunding the military, you know where you can go.”

It was only in February McCain was seen expressing her Democratic opposition to the appointment of Betsy DeVos to the secretary of education post. McCain had said, “The vitriol at her is shocking in a way that I cannot believe. And I don’t throw this around, I find it a little sexist.”

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Bill Maher, host of HBO’s “Real Time” faced major backlash after he made a vulgar joke regarding President Trump and his daughter.

Maher, while talking to New York Magazine reporter Gabriel Sherman, was noted to have joked about Ivanka’s attempts to “humanize” her father that have supposedly lead him to believe that they have some abnormal social behavior going on behind the scenes.

“A lot of us thought: Ivanka is gonna be our saving grace,” Maher said. “When he’s about to f**kin’ nuke Finland or something, she’s gonna walk into the bedroom and, you know, —‘Daddy, Daddy.’” Maher even went on to mimicked Ivanka pleasuring with her father by making disgusting hand gesture and saying, “‘Don’t do it, Daddy.’”

Sherman, on the other hand, appeared to be extremely ashamed and uncomfortable. Sherman tried to make efforts to steer away from the conversation, but much of the damage was already done.

“I think, again, she’s on the margins trying to save us — to the degree that she can — but Donald Trump doesn’t listen to anybody, including his own family,” Sherman answered.

Maher went on with his jokes, “Be nice to Ivanka, she’s our only hope — because she seems like she actually knows rationality, but she’s [Trump’s] kid, and she’s the only one who can get to him, and you know he loves her. If he’s going to do something nutty, we’re going to depend on Ivanka going into that bedroom.”

Maher then, took another stab at mimicking Ivanka, “‘Daddy, you have to apologize for that tweet where you called Angela Merkela a ‘c**t.’ You have to apologize, Daddy!”

The public was fast to show their response to Maher’s action and took matters to Twitter.

A series of tweets surrounded the Internet, some of which were:

“Bill Maher incest “joke” about Ivanka Trump sick. Just shows everyone how deranged Maher truly is to even think of such crap.”

“@seanhannity the incest joke bill maher made about ivanka and our president was repulsive. imagine someone said this about Obama !!”

“#UNACCEPTABLE Bill Maher, accused of crossing the line with tasteless incest joke about Ivanka Trump … @realalexjones”

“Bill Maher is smart and incredibly talented. But the incest joke about Ivanka Trump was way over the line,” said David Shuster.

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Debbie Wasserman Schultz, former chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, hit back at critics of former President Obama’s plans to make high-priced speeches. The progressive wing of the Democratic Party has been criticizing Obama’s decision to speak at Wall Street forums for huge sums of money. Debbie Schultz made the remarks to Erin Burnett on CNN Tuesday.

“Let me ask you,” Burnett said, “Hillary Clinton as you know spoke today she as we all are aware was slammed during the campaign for taking millions of dollars from Wall Street for paid speeches. Right, people saw it as hypocritical, people saw it as unfair for someone who said they were going to stand up to the banks.”

“Now President Obama though, is being criticized by some of your fellow democrats for his decision to take $400,000 for a single speech to Wall Street,” she asked and showed videos of Democrats criticizing Obama. “Are they right?”

“I mean of all people to question whether or not,” Schultz answered, “question their commitment to getting money out of politics, to really making sure we restored the integrity to the political finance process. President Obama could not have done more.”

“But he’s talking about specifically about banks, right?” Burnett interjected.

“Look it is none of anyone’s business what someone who is a member of the private sector decides to accept as compensation,” Shultz added. “With all due respect to anyone who chooses to comment publicly on what Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, or anyone earns as a member of the private sector, it’s just like NYOB, it’s none of your business.”

“So even though the banks are bigger than they were, none of that matters to you at this point,” Burnett asked. “No bank CEOs went to jail…”

“No, look, those things are all offensive, no no no,” Schultz replied, “I agree, I think that there was a lot more that needed to happen to not only crack down on the big banks, but for there to be consequences for their actions. But as far as the compensation that a private citizen takes for a speech that they give, um, that’s not my concern nor any of our business.”

“I look more at the public record of someone like Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton,” she concluded, “and their public record is pristine. They both fought back against the big banks and their practices and I have every confidence in the service they provided.”

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At the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, Jennifer Williamson made a video of her son, Aaron Williamson, being given an invasive and lengthy pat-down by a Transport Security Administration agent.

While the TSA is defending the officer’s pat-down of the boy, who suffers from Sensory Processing Disorder, the video posted by Jennifer on her Facebook profile has enraged thousands of people who viewed it. Since being posted on Sunday morning, the video has amassed 5.3 million views and has been shared over 88,000 times.

The TSA officer is seen to give thirteen year old Aaron a pat-down that seems a little too thorough. Even though the officer explains to Aaron what’s coming, and he acknowledges that he understands, Jennifer claims that she is ‘livid’ after the experience and feels like her family was ‘treated like dogs.’

“Let me make something else crystal clear. He set off NO alarms,” Williamson wrote on her Facebook post. “He physically did not alarm at all during screening, he passed through the detector just fine.”

The video shows the TSA officer, who’s wearing blue gloves, move behind Aaron and start the search with his left shoulder, and then the right shoulder before running the back of his gloved hand down the teenage boy’s back four times. The pat-down doesn’t end there, the officer continues to run his hands up and down the kid’s torso on both sides and then goes on to examine the waistband of the now traumatized boy’s shorts.

If that wasn’t enough, the officer then runs the back of his hand down the kid’s buttock and upper leg at least six times and then moves his hands to the hams. The 2-minute video shows in detail, how thoroughly the 13 year old was checked multiple times.

The TSA defended the procedure, in a statement to news outlet WFAA, saying the search was in response to “an alarm of the passenger’s laptop.” TSA also claims that the family was only detained for about 45 minutes, which includes the time taken to search the items and discuss the screening.

“We have been through hell this morning,” Jennifer Williamson wrote on her Facebook profile. She says that she had asked the TSA to treat him in a way that would not augment his disability.

While the TSA refused any alternate to the pat-down, Jennifer says the whole procedure took so long they missed their flight.

The TSA said it was just following orders.

“TSA allows for a pat-down of a teenage passenger, and in this case, all approved procedures were followed to resolve an alarm of the passenger’s laptop,” Lisa Farbstein, TSA spokeswoman, said in an email. “The video shows a male TSA officer explaining the procedure to the passenger, who fully cooperates. Afterward, the TSA officer was instructed by his supervisor, who was observing, to complete the final step of the screening process.

“In total, the pat-down took approximately two minutes, and was observed by the mother and two police officers who were called to mitigate the concerns of the mother. The passengers were at the checkpoint for approximately 45 minutes, which included the time it took to discuss screening procedures with the mother and to screen three carry-on items that required further inspection.”

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After a presumably foreign college professor began bashing supporters of President Trump, a student took a position to defend those supporters to only be berated by the teacher.

The footage, which did not explain what school it took place in, was posted on YouTube and is not trending on the video network.

The teacher refused to continue teaching unless the student left. The young man stood his ground saying “I guess you’re not teaching the course, because I paid money to be here.”

Watch above and comment below.

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A 5-year-old child was wandering the streets in Milwaukee wearing only a pair of shorts in twenty-degree weather when thankfully, a bus driver heard him crying and stopped the bus.

The driver, Denise Wilson, was about to start her break around midnight when she heard the boy who had walked out of his house and was wandering the streets trying to find his way home.

Cameras on the bus captured the incident of Wilson carrying the boy onto the bus and covering the shirtless boy with her coat.

Watch the video above.

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Trae Crowder has been reporting from occupied territory in California for quite some time.

In his latest report, he gives his unfiltered view on RyanCare (or he calls it “TrumpCare”) and for the first time in modern history, incorporates the word “verily” in a conversation.

Trae, while funny, gives up the gag and reveals he’s not a true redneck when he goes on a liberal rant about poor people and women toward the end of the video.

Watch above, and if you want to get a real redneck’s view of the world, check out “Upchurch the Redneck” but be forewarned, Ryan Upchurch is a real redneck and as such, doesn’t tend to use socially acceptable language.

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We all know that Samantha Bee, former Daily Show, ehh, correspondent? (we don’t know what to call fake reporters – CNN employees?), is not a fan of Donald Trump.

She is aiming to be the top fake reporter to dish out pain upon our new president . . . and she’s getting close to fulfilling her mission.

While viewers may cringe at the bias of the program, those who can take a joke will find it entertaining.

Watch above and comment below.

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