As long as these mass shooter attacks — like El Paso and Dayton — continue, and politicians merely argue over the proper way to discourage them, individual Americans like you need to find a way to live in safety and sanity and protect your family. Scott Ott presses Bill Whittle on what you can do to survive or stop such an attack, and reduce the number of them.
As Nielsen chronicles the CNN ratings plunge, and headlines document the CNN staff purge, what options are left for the pioneer in 24-hour cable news? Will it survive by a resort to actual journalism, or will it continue to follow the mad-dog methods of MSNBC. Are we witnessing the final days of the Cable News Network?