Tomi Lahren: Las Vegas Victims Were Americans, Not Democrats or Republicans

Las Vegas, I have no words to describe how heartbroken I am. Las Vegas was my college town, it was my home for four years. My heart breaks for you, for the city, for what you’re going through.

The deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history with the death toll rising by the hour. It’s times like these and tragedies like this that put it all in perspective. Those innocent people at that concert weren’t Democrats or Republicans, they were Americans. It’s sick and sad some can’t see it that way. Like the now former CBS vice president and senior counsel who took to Facebook to say quote: I’m actually not even sympathetic because country music fans often are Republican gun toters.”

Listen here Hayley Geftman-Gold, it’s those Republican gun-toters who would risk their lives to protect you in any active shooter situation and it’s very sad you’re too ignorant and hateful to see it that way. You make me sick but you’re not the only one.

Last year’s failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton wasted zero time before she made this tragedy into an anti-gun political talking point. First of all Hillary, you have no idea what you’re talking about. Second, how dare you. You’re going to blame this senseless shooting on the NRA and law-abiding gun owners, really? For what? To advance your own agenda and political aspirations? Do some soul-searching and learn about firearms before you open your mouth.

Paris Climate Agreement Won’t Change the Climate

The Paris Climate Agreement will cost at least $1 trillion per year, and climate activists say it will save the planet. The truth? It won’t do anything for the planet, but it will make everyone poorer–except politicians and environmentalists. Bjorn Lomborg explains.

G20 Finance Leaders Don’t Dwell on Germany’s Trade Surpluses

WASHINGTON — Group of 20 finance officials didn’t dwell on Germany’s large current-account surpluses at their meeting in the U.S. capitol on Thursday, German Finance-Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said Friday.

Germany’s persistent trade surpluses have become a hot topic in top economic circles after they were criticized by the new Trump administration.

But Mr. Schaeuble said at a news conference that the topic didn’t come up at a gathering of G20 finance officials, although he said it was discussed in bilateral meetings.

Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann warned at the same press event against any measures that could harm global trade.