Guest column: Put the glitter away — Gay Pride needs to stop

A note from Katie Hopkins: This is a guest post by Mark Johnson, an aspiring writer and commentator who writes in support of the gay community of which he is proud to be a part. He wrote this piece for TheGayUK. But they pulled it from their site citing concerns over upsetting their audience, and …

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Detroit: A burned-out monument to broken political promises

As I tour the burned out, abandoned homes in Detroit, I have to ask: Seeing this kind of devastation, why do we listen to politicians about anything? They make promise after promise about helping the homeless, and veterans, and ordinary working people. And yet block by block, these homes remain empty, a silent monument to …

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The truth behind Detroit’s shocking housing crisis

As home prices soar across the United States, particularly on the coasts, Detroit remains the poster child for the economic crises and housing collapse of a decade ago. The city’s bankruptcy filing in 2013 hollowed out what was left of its once large, middle class African American community and over the past decade there have …

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Katie in Detroit: Meet a “very brave man” — the “outsider” candidate for Michigan governor, Patrick Colbeck

While reporting from Detroit, I sat down with  gubernatorial candidate Patrick Colbeck to talk frankly about the very real struggles — both cultural and economic — facing Michigan residents today.

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A Belgian mayor is suing me for exposing that she knew an ISIS terrorist was hiding in her city

Last week I went to Molenbeek, a Muslim no-go zone in Brussels, Belgium. It’s the most terrorist-infested neighbourhood in all of Europe. Even its mayor, Francoise Schepmans, describes Molenbeek as a “breeding...

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The Bataclan attack was planned in this Molenbeek bar — where one killer hid later, with the community’s help

I decided to go to the very bar in Molenbeek, Belgium where the Bataclan terror attack was plotted that resulted in the murder of 130 and the maiming of 413 others in Paris in 2015. One of the terrorists was on the run for four months and he was found right here, back in Molenbeek, …

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I confront the mayor of Molenbeek, who knew her city harboured terrorists — and did nothing

I didn’t expect to meet the mayor of Molenbeek when I came to Belgium. Mayor Françoise Schepmans was privy to a list of terror-suspects living in her city — including Paris attacker Salah Abdeslam. The mayor received the list a full month prior to the Paris terror attack that claimed the lives of 130 people. …

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Meet me at The Rebel Live: June 2 in Toronto

Yes, I know: Conferences can be a bit dull, can't they? Name badges, soggy sandwiches... BUT I promise you: The Rebel Live is different!

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Sabo strikes again! Google boss’ $380M cash deal sparks street artist’s #gCorp stealth campaign

While you and I were sleeping, the street artist Sabo was busy at work on the streets of San Francisco waging his private war against the excesses and duplicity of Silicon Valley. You might remember his last campaign in New York, exposing the incestuous relationship between Zuckerberg and Schumer: #ZuckSchumer. His new target is Google …

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“Keep Trump in power or you will have me to deal with!”

Enjoy Katie's speech to California's Unite Inland Empire group! She fires on all cylinders, telling the audience...

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