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Friday, August 28, 2015

 





  

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House Cats of
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The Grand
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How Huma Abedin operated at the center of the
Clinton universe

The Clinton operative that wants to stay in the
shadows is finally having the light shined on her.
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What six years of ‘reset’ have wrought
Dr. K gets out his chalkboard and lists 0bama's failures
along with Hillary and Kerry.
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Undercover Planned Parenthood Videos Were Altered,
Analysis Finds

When you have over a billion dollar annual budget,
you can buy the answers you seek.
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7th Circuit Court: Illegal Immigrants Have Second
Amendment Rights Too

Between this ruling and sanctuary cities, America is
about to become a target rich environment.
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Federal judge blocks Obama’s water rule
As Federal judge rules against EPA water standards.
Obama declares he will ignore. Congress? SCOTUS?
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Obama Trying To Sneak Gitmo´s Worst Terrorists Into U.S.
If Obama can kill terrorist with drone strikes, why can't
military tribunals try & execute these prisoners?
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The Children of Illegal Immigrants Are Not Born
American Citizens

Pay attention. Your GOP candidates are being questioned
on this Constitutional distortion.
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Must Read Archive [Last 60 Days]







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Joe Scarborough Thanks MSNBC Chief Andy
Lack for Cleaning Up Liberal Network
The Wrap, by Jordan Chariton    Original Article
Posted By: Shenandoah- 8/27/2015 11:43:22 PM     Post Reply
Joe Scarborough is so happy with the new direction of MSNBC, he all-but celebrated network chairman Andy Lack on air on Thursday. While discussing the first words that come to mind when voters think of Hillary Clinton or Jeb Bush, Scarborough joked that conservatives first think of MSNBC when his name comes up. “Not anymore, though, ’cause things have changed,” he said. “Thank you, Andy. Thank you very much.” Scarborough’s glee comes from the network’s new harder news pivot, shown by Lack’s removal or demotion of several liberal hosts, including Touré, Krystal Ball, Ed Schultz,

George Zimmerman calls Obama
‘racist,’ Vester Flanagan
‘pansy’ after Va. shooting
Washington Times, by Tom Howell Jr.    Original Article
Posted By: Dreadnought- 8/27/2015 11:27:58 PM     Post Reply
Just hours after a Virginia TV news crew were shot and killed on-air, George Zimmerman made controversial remarks about the attack on Twitter. The 31-year-old, who was acquitted of murder in the fatal shooting of black teen Trayvon Martin in 2012, called Vester Lee Flanagan, the man who shot reporter Alison Parker and videographer Adam Ward, a “pansy” and accused President Obama of being a racist who will say “nothing condemning.” “Pansy Fester (sic) lee Flanagan, too much of a daisy to deal w/racism. Murders 2 whites. Hate crime, 100%. Racist Obama says nothing condeming (sic),” Mr. Zimmerman tweeted.

What six years of ‘reset’ have wrought
Washington Post, by Charles Krauthammer    Original Article
Posted By: Dreadnought- 8/27/2015 11:24:12 PM     Post Reply
On September 5, 2014, two days after President Obama visited Estonia to symbolize America’s commitment to its security, Russian agents crossed into Estonia and kidnapped an Estonian security official. Last week, after a closed trial, Russia sentenced him to 15?years. The reaction? The State Department issued a statement. The NATO secretary-general issued a tweet. Neither did anything. The European Union (reports the Wall Street Journal) said it was too early to discuss any possible action. The timing of this brazen violation of NATO territory — immediately after Obama’s visit — is testimony to Vladimir Putin’s contempt for the American president.

  


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The Children of Illegal Immigrants
Are Not Born American Citizens
Canada Free Press, by Tim Dunkin    Original Article
Posted By: snowcloud- 8/27/2015 10:32:52 PM     Post Reply
Once again, Donald Trump has managed to open up a robust national discussion about an issue that up to this point had been largely ignored by the political class. This time, the discussion is about so-called “birthright citizenship,” the idea that whenever a foreign national (regardless of legal status and with a very few exceptions) has a child on American soil, this child automatically becomes an American citizen from birth. This approach to citizenship has been the de facto (though not de jure) approach to the issue of “anchor babies,” the children of illegal aliens who come to the United

Many scientific studies can’t
be replicated. That’s a problem.
Washington Post, by Joel Achenbach    Original Article
Posted By: Dreadnought- 8/27/2015 10:31:16 PM     Post Reply
Maverick researchers have long argued that much of what gets published in elite scientific journals is fundamentally squishy — that the results tell a great story but can’t be reproduced when the experiments are run a second time. Now a volunteer army of fact-checkers has published a new report that affirms that the skepticism was warranted. Over the course of four years, 270 researchers attempted to reproduce the results of 100 experiments that had been published in three prestigious psychology journals. It was awfully hard. They ultimately concluded that they’d succeeded just 39 times. The failure rate surprised even the

That Old Time Religion
PJ Media, by Richard Fernandez    Original Article
Posted By: Hazymac- 8/27/2015 9:37:35 PM     Post Reply
Howard Fineman, writing in the Huffington Post described the Democratic Party he was hoping would be born. He characterized the struggles within the party over its future direction in the following way: "If Biden is to have a chance, he’ll have to somehow reach out to minority voters, who so far seem cool to or even estranged from Sanders and Clinton." (Snip) Yet in the wake of worldwide trends it may be reasonable to ask whether Fineman hasn’t got his compass exactly upside down. Suppose his poles are exchange and his vision of the Democratic Party hoping to be born is

Isaac Newton’s neurotic creativity may
have been down to negative thinking
Irish Times [Dublin, Ireland], by Dick Ahlstrom    Original Article
Posted By: earlybird- 8/27/2015 9:37:15 PM     Post Reply
Neurotics tend to be worriers but they also tend to be highly creative, and researchers believe they understand why: neurotics think too much. Previous studies made connections between neurotic unhappiness and creativity, but no one knew what went on in the brain to make this happen. A group of researchers have come up with a theory. Neurotics ruminate on problems, delving into their causes and the negative effects these might have. They replay these scenarios, amplifying their worries. Brain scans showed people who are good at this negative thinking displayed greater activity in regions of the medial prefrontal cortex. This

  


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WDBJ Shooting Updates: Day 2
Legal Insurrection, by Kemberlee Kaye    Original Article
Posted By: Hazymac- 8/27/2015 9:04:55 PM     Post Reply
The day after the tragic on-camera murder of a Virginia-based local news crew, we’re still piecing together what occurred. This is what we know so far. Thursday afternoon, NBC News took a deeper look into presumed gunman, Vester Flanagan, who was known on air as “Bryce Williams.” After murdering the news crew, Flanagan fled, took his pursuit to social media, then turned the gun on himself, taking his own life. A former WDBJ employee, Flanagan was ordered to contact Health Advocate, the Employee Assistance Program after having multiple confrontations with photographers. After he was fired in 2013, he sued the station. According to NBC

Rush: WDBJ Shooter
‘Revved Up’ By the Media
Breitbart TV, by Ian Hanchett    Original Article
Posted By: Desert Fox- 8/27/2015 8:42:18 PM     Post Reply
Talk radio host Rush Limbaugh argued that the WDBJ Shooter was “revved up” by the media’s coverage of the Charleston church shooting on Thursday. Rush said, “Now, this Vester Flanagan guy. He also said that the Charleston shooting is what got him. That was the final straw. So he went out and bought a gun a couple days later. He bought the gun legally, by the way. And he went out, got the gun, and — now, who hyped the Charleston incident? What was noteworthy about the Charleston shooting to you? I’m gonna tell you what it was noteworthy to me

Blast off: Shaky Jeb Bush campaign
ready to soar thanks to coveted
Eric Cantor endorsement
Hot Air, by Allahpundit    Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 8/27/2015 8:25:15 PM     Post Reply
I feel like we’re going to find out six months from now that Trump bribed Cantor to do this. (Snip) I … guess this makes sense? Right now, if you’re Jeb, there’s nothing you can do about Trump except hope that Republicans are having a summer fling and that old-fashioned establishmentarianism will reassert itself this fall. In the meantime, you focus on sidelining Walker and Rubio by winning the donor primary. Even in a worst-case scenario for Bush where Trump stays strong through New Year’s, he and his team are convinced they can win a head-to-head primary death match as

State laughs off 195 retired
brass opposing Iran deal
Washington Examiner, by Barbara Boland    Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 8/27/2015 8:20:36 PM     Post Reply
State Department Spokesperson John Kirby on Wednesday laughed off a letter from 195 retired admirals and generals opposing the Iran nuclear agreement, and dodged questions about why letters of support for the deal being touted by the government should be believed when they have far fewer signatures on them than the letters opposing it. The Obama administration had hyped a letter from three dozen retired admirals and generals in support of the deal, only to be trumped by a letter sent to Congress on Wednesday in which 195 retired admirals and generals rejected the deal. The administration also put out

  


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New survey shows depth of
Jeb´s Bush dynasty problem
Washington Examiner, by Byron York    Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 8/27/2015 8:09:17 PM     Post Reply
How bad is Jeb Bush´s Bush problem? A new Quinnipiac poll suggests it is very bad. The national survey shows Bush running well behind Donald Trump and Ben Carson, tied for third place in the GOP race with Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio. But that is not the most serious problem for Bush in the poll. Quinnipiac pollsters asked respondents a simple, open-ended question: "What is the first word that comes to mind when you think of Jeb Bush?" Quinnipiac published a table of all the responses given five or more times. Here is the list of the top eight responses for

Cotton blasts Reid for
threatening to block Iran vote
CNN, by Ted Barrett,    Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 8/27/2015 7:56:28 PM     Post Reply
Washington A leading Republican critic of the Iran nuclear deal Tuesday blasted Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid for pushing to prevent a vote on a resolution that could kill the agreement. "Harry Reid wants to deny the American people a voice entirely by blocking an up-or-down vote on this terrible deal," said Sen. Tom Cotton, a freshman from Arkansas. "He is obstructing because he is scared. He knows that a majority of Americans and senators oppose this dangerous deal, and that its only chance for survival is if he and the president ram it down the throats of the American

Two Impossible Things
Could Happen In ´16
Investor´s Business Daily, by Michael Barone    Original Article
Posted By: Desert Fox- 8/27/2015 7:54:10 PM     Post Reply
´One can´t believe impossible things," Alice objected. "I daresay you haven´t had much practice," the Red Queen replied. "When I was your age, I always did it for half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I´ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast." You may be reading this sometime after breakfast, and six is a pretty large number of impossible things. But looking at developments in the 2016 campaign, I can see two impossible things — impossible in the sense that almost every pundit (including me) ruled them out — that might happen in the weeks and months ahead. The first

What GOP Can Learn From
Trump: Straight Talk, Common Sense
Investor´s Business Daily, by Scott S. Powell    Original Article
Posted By: Desert Fox- 8/27/2015 7:47:41 PM     Post Reply
Instead of wringing their hands about Donald Trump´s intrusion and romp through their party, Republican candidates serious about leading America in the 21st century should take some cues and cards from the Trump hand and see if they can raise him on policy substance. Trump may be brash and inconsistent with some conservative values. But his candor about making America great again has enormous appeal, and his straight talk wins accolades and distinguishes him from the political class. Perhaps most importantly, Trump´s natural disposition and ready willingness to break out of the straitjacket of political correctness is as refreshing as it is

  


  

Obama Trying To Sneak Gitmo´s
Worst Terrorists Into U.S.
Investor´s Business Daily, by Editorial    Original Article
Posted By: Desert Fox- 8/27/2015 7:45:02 PM     Post Reply
Homeland Insecurity: The Pentagon plans to transfer Gitmo "forever prisoners," who are so dangerous even Mideast states won´t take them, to prisons inside the U.S. Obama isn´t just closing Gitmo, he´s moving it to America. In the past two weeks, the Pentagon has sent security assessment teams to a Navy brig in South Carolina and an Army prison in Kansas to survey the viability of holding hardcore al-Qaida detainees there. Meanwhile, defense officials are reviewing other options, including transferring Gitmo´s worst to civilian prisons. The Justice Department is quietly renovating a maximum-security prison in Illinois. Don´t worry, the administration says, these U.S. prisons

Federal judge blocks Obama’s water rule
The Hill [Washington, DC], by Timothy Cama    Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 8/27/2015 7:41:53 PM     Post Reply
A federal judge in North Dakota acted late Thursday to block the Obama administration’s controversial water pollution rule, hours before it was due to take effect. Judge Ralph Erickson of the District Court for the District of North Dakota found that the 13 states suing to block the rule met the conditions necessary for a preliminary injunction, including that they would likely be harmed if courts didn´t act and that they are likely to succeed when their underlying lawsuit against the rule is decided. The decision is a major roadblock for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Army Corps of Engineers,

Exclusive: Indy Star Orchestrates
Secret Campaign To Promote
LGBT Special Protections
Breitbart Big Government, by Thomas Rose    Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 8/27/2015 7:36:48 PM     Post Reply
Breitbart News has exclusively obtained an email sent by the President and Publisher of the Indianapolis Star. It invites “community leaders” to help plan and coordinate an aggressive, highly orchestrated campaign to “persuade” the Indiana state legislature to adopt sweeping special protections for Indiana’s gay, lesbian and transgender communities. The email, sent personally by Karen Ferguson Fuson, President and Publisher of the Star, was sent early this morning to an undisclosed list of business and media elites, together with gay rights activists. It pulls no punches in its scope or its goals. The email, in its unedited entirety reads as

NLRB rules against business in
pivotal joint-employer decision
The Hill [Washington, DC], by Tim Devaney    Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 8/27/2015 7:28:23 PM     Post Reply
The Obama administration is redefining what it means to be an employer. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) on Thursday handed down one of its biggest decisions of President Obama’s tenure, ruling that companies can be held responsible for labor violations committed by their contractors. While the ruling from the independent agency specifically deals with the waste management firm Browning-Ferris, the so-called “joint employer” decision could have broad repercussions for the business world, particularly for franchise companies. Opponents of the action warn the ruling could hurt businesses as diverse as restaurants, retailers, manufacturers and construction firms, as well as hotels,

Judge denies request to prevent
removal of Jefferson Davis statue
Dallas Morning News (TX), by Bobby Blanchard    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 8/27/2015 7:27:06 PM     Post Reply
AUSTIN — A Travis County District judge denied a request for a temporary restraining order to prevent the University of Texas at Austin from removing the Jefferson Davis statue. A lawyer for the Sons of Confederate Veterans, the group that sued to prevent the removal, said he has not yet decided whether they would appeal the decision. Unless there are any future delays, UT will move the former confederate president sometime in the next few days. The Sons of Confederate Veterans had sued the school and UT-Austin President Gregory Fenves, arguing removing the statue would violate the will of George

  



Jeb: Hey let’s do “free tuition”
and pay back students who
don’t graduate in four years
Hot Air, by Taylor Millard    Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 8/27/2015 7:24:29 PM     Post Reply
Jeb Bush has a fantastically awful idea when it comes to college education. He thinks community college students should get “free” tuition for two years. If that’s sounds familiar, it’s because it’s the exact same thing President Barack Obama proposed in January. Which shows how completely hypocritical Bush is because he came out against Obama’s plan in January. Oh, but Bush’s plan gets even more #headdesk inducing. He wants universities to PAY BACK students who don’t graduate in four years. If kids can’t graduate with a four-year degree in four years, there ought to be some payback to their families

Man Charged in Death of 9-Year-
Old Girl in Ferguson
Associated Press, by Jim Salter    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 8/27/2015 7:10:24 PM     Post Reply
A suburban St. Louis man was charged Thursday with killing a 9-year-old girl who was sitting on her mother´s bed doing her homework when shots were fired into her home. St. Louis County prosecutor Bob McCulloch charged De´Eris Brown, 21, of O´Fallon, Missouri, with second-degree murder in the Aug. 18 killing of Jamyla Bolden. Brown also faces three counts of armed criminal action and two counts of unlawful use of a weapon by shooting at a building. He is jailed on $750,000 cash-only bond. In a probable cause statement, Ferguson officer William Ballard said Brown fired through a bedroom window.

Can Carly Fiorina overcome
past political failures?
Detroit Free Press, by Kathleen Gray    Original Article
Posted By: Desert Fox- 8/27/2015 7:00:41 PM     Post Reply
Carly Fiorina’s latest foray into politics may have started slowly, but she’s gaining momentum in her bid for the Republican presidential nomination. Fiorina, a California businesswoman with a rags-to-riches narrative, is trying to build on a well-received performance at the "happy hour" debate in Cleveland earlier this month. That debate catapulted Fiorina from 2% in the polls to 9%, enough to get her into the top 10 in the large GOP field, key to qualifying for the main stage at the next Republican debate on Sept. 16. Her average in the RealClearPolitics polling site is now up to 6% and she’s polling

Report: LGBT Rainbow Hate-Flag Found
In WDBJ Killer’s Virginia Apartment
Breitbart Big Government, by John Nolte    Original Article
Posted By: Desert Fox- 8/27/2015 6:53:24 PM     Post Reply
The Daily Telegraph has learned that “police reportedly confiscated a gay pride flag” from the apartment of Vester Lee Flanagan Wednesday. In an apparent hate crime, Flanagan is the 41 year-old black journalist who murdered two white Virginia reporters on live television Wednesday morning before turning his gun on himself. In a manifesto faxed to ABC News, Flanagan, an Obama-supporter, claimed that his motive involved a “race war.” Flanagan was black and gay and apparently angered by the fact that he had been a victim of racism and homophobia at the hands of “black men and white women.” Both of Flanagan’s intended

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