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N.H. rep draws wrath
of misogynist moonbat
Boston Herald, by Howie Carr    Original Article
Posted By: dwillyc- 12/7/2013 9:00:10 AM     Post Reply
Yes, Katherine Clark, there really is a war on women, but it’s not the fantasy you’ve been spinning out on the campaign trail.The real war on women is being prosecuted by misogynist Democrat hacks attacking and harassing women and getting away with it because they’re in a protected class — moonbats.Let’s run down this year’s list of Democratic warriors against women — Elliot (“Client No. 9”) Spitzer, Carlos Danger, ex-San Diego mayor Bob Filner, Martin Bashir, New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez, not to mention a bunch of lesser-known New York Democratic ward heelers who’ve been smashing glasses in their girlfriends’ faces, demanding their staffers don’t wear panties, etc.

´Muslim Patrol´ jailed for harassing couple
holding hands and men drinking in a bid
to enforce Sharia law in East London
Daily Mail [UK], by Hugo Gye    Original Article
Posted By: Attercliffe- 12/7/2013 8:59:18 AM     Post Reply
Three members of a so-called ´Muslim Patrol´ were today jailed at the Old Bailey for repeatedly trying to enforce Sharia law in East London. Jordan Horner and another Islamic extremist told one couple they could not hold hands while walking down the street, because it was in a ´Muslim area´. The radicals also attacked a group of men drinking in the road, and told a woman she would face ´hell fire´ because of the way she was dressed. Horner, 19, Ricardo MacFarlane, 36, and a 23-year-old man who cannot be named for legal reasons were sentenced to 68 weeks, 12

Chris Matthews Elated By Obama:
"He Came To Us Today, He Came Amongst Us"
Real Clear Politics, by Staff    Original Article
Posted By: Toledo- 12/7/2013 8:52:43 AM     Post Reply
DAVID CORN: I saw a president who remains frustrated with the political-media culture that he has to work within, and that he´s looking to rally people, students here, and supporters, and people within the media. CHRIS MATTHEWS: But David Corn, you skeptic. He came to us today. He came amongst us. CORN: He´s trying to rally people behind this vision that he´s been promoting for a couple years. FINEMAN: By the way, he did it the end here, today, Chris, not by defending specifics, but by explaining why he´s in the game to begin with. And I don´t know about you, he´s



Primary school removes Enid Blyton
Famous Five children´s classics so
it could win a race equality award
Daily Mail [UK], by Craig Mackenzie    Original Article
Posted By: Attercliffe- 12/7/2013 8:52:05 AM     Post Reply
A primary school has banned Enid Blyton children´s stories so it could win a race equality award. The Famous Five classics were dumped because they had ´inappropriate ethnic stereotypes´ with references to gypsies, golliwogs and a dog with a name starting with ´N´. [Snip] Two of the offending stories were Blyton´s Five Go To Mystery Moor and The Children of Kidillin. The much-loved author wrote more than 600 books before her death in 1968. In the 1990s some of her stories were edited to remove parts that were considered racist, sexist or anti-Semitic. Deputy head Phil Clarke said many of

Dozens reported killed in
north Kenya ethnic clashes
Agence France-Presse, by Staff    Original Article
Posted By: Attercliffe- 12/7/2013 8:39:31 AM     Post Reply
Dozens of people have died in northern Kenya in a week of fierce clashes between rival ethnic groups, aid sources and reports said. The ongoing unrest, centred around the town of Moyale in Marsabit county on the frontier with Ethiopia, has seen villages burned down and many families forced to flee over the border. According to the Standard newspaper, at least 27 people have been killed and thousands more displaced over the past week. Kenyan peace and anti-tribalism campaigner Jaffer Isaak said he believed the toll was somewhere between 70 and 120 dead, while an independent international aid source, who asked not to

Air Trafgic Glitch Sparks
Big Flght Delays in UK
Associated Press, by Staff    Original Article
Posted By: FlyRight- 12/7/2013 8:25:48 AM     Post Reply
LONDON — Scores of flights were delayed or canceled at Britain´s busiest airports Saturday because of a technical problem at a main air traffic control center. National Air Traffic Service, which controls the crowded airspace over England, said it was having a problem switching between nighttime and busier daytime operations at its control center in Swanwick, southern England. Spokeswoman Juliet Kennedy said the glitch was preventing staff opening new control positions to deal with busier daytime traffic, meaning the service was struggling to handle the volume of flights. "At the moment we don´t know when we will be able to

Covered California gave
consumers´ contact info to agents
Los Angeles Times, by Chad Terhune    Original Article
Posted By: Fiesta del sol- 12/7/2013 7:38:59 AM     Post Reply
Raising concerns about consumer privacy, California´s health exchange has given insurance agents the names and contact information for tens of thousands of people who went online to check out coverage but didn´t ask to be contacted. The Covered California exchange said it started handing out this consumer information this week as part of a pilot program to help people enroll ahead of a Dec. 23 deadline to have health insurance in place by Jan. 1.State officials said they are only trying to help potential customers find insurance and sign up in time. But some insurance brokers and consumers who were



Saving the Net from the surveillance state:
Glenn Greenwald speaks up (Q&A)
CNET News, by Edward Moyer    Original Article
Posted By: FlyRight- 12/7/2013 7:27:34 AM     Post Reply
Big Brother may be watching you. But Glenn Greenwald is watching Big Brother. That´s not a bad take on how the 46-year-old constitutional-law attorney turned crusading journalist turned thorn in the side of the NSA might describe his mission. At least in part. Greenwald is doing more than just watching. By combing through the tens of thousands of classified NSA documents leaked to him by Edward Snowden -- and publishing in newspapers around the globe report after report on the secretive agency´s mass-spying activities -- he´s got the whole world watching too.

Rebecca Pearce, director of Maryland’s
ailing health insurance exchange, resigns
Washington Post, by John Wagner & Lena Sun    Original Article
Posted By: FlyRight- 12/7/2013 7:07:03 AM     Post Reply
The Maryland official who directly oversaw the rollout of Maryland’s health insurance exchange resigned Friday amid continuing technical problems that have hampered the state’s online enrollment efforts.After an emergency session Friday night, the board of the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange accepted the resignation of Rebecca Pearce, its executive director, and thanked her in a statement for working “tirelessly and with tremendous dedication” for more than two years. In recent weeks, the lagging enrollment and online glitches have embarrassed the administration of Gov. Martin O’Malley (D) and become a political liability

Navy veteran, 92, recounts that fateful day
Boston Herald, by Kathryn Breen    Original Article
Posted By: MissMolly- 12/7/2013 6:50:37 AM     Post Reply
Ray Frazee said he can still remember the enemy plane coming straight at him as he stood on the deck of the USS Argonne docked in Pearl Harbor more than seven decades ago today. “It feels like you’re still there, you’ll never forget something like that,” the 92-year-old Wellesley man told the Herald yesterday. “One of my very best friends was killed that day,” he added, saying he notified the parents about their son’s death. Today marks the 72nd anniversary of the attack on the Hawaiian naval base where about 2,400 Americans were killed during that day of infamy in 1941. Frazee, a flute

Thursday Cable Ratings: Matthews’
Obama Interview Beats Greta
at 7pm, #2 in Demo Overall
Mediaite, by Staff    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 12/7/2013 6:32:30 AM     Post Reply
Chris Matthews‘ exclusive interview with President Barack Obama was #1 in the 25-54 demo at 7pm and the second highest-rated show in the demo for all of cable news, despite airing during other network’s live coverage of Nelson Mandela’s death. With 298K viewers in the demo, MSNBC’s Hardball beat Fox’s On The Record with Greta Van Susteren, which had 218K, in the 7pm time slot. The only show with more viewers in the demo than Hardball was Fox’s The O’Reilly Factor, which had 405K viewers at 8pm. With 1.296M total viewers, Matthews came within 3K of Greta Van Susteren, who



What has a shadowy US government spy
agency just shot into space? Top-secret
group that boasts ´nothing is beyond our
reach´ blasts classified rocket into orbit
Daily Mail [UK], by Daily Mail, Associated Press Staffs    Original Article
Posted By: Attercliffe- 12/7/2013 6:27:28 AM     Post Reply
Despite ongoing anger about how the U.S. government is snooping on people around the world, one agency is still keen to boast about its spying - with a creepy cartoon octopus and an alarming logo. A top-secret rocket carrying spy satellites for the National Reconnaissance Office launched from the central California coast late on Thursday, and it had a large badge emblazoned on the side The new logo features a huge and sinister octopus, with just one angry eye visible, as it wraps its tentacles round the globe. Written underneath is: ´Nothing Is Beyond Our Reach.´

Rare warplane that survived
Pearl Harbor attack returning to US
Associated Press, by Staff    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 12/7/2013 6:13:48 AM     Post Reply
ALBANY, NY –A New York-built American fighter that´s one of the few remaining still-airworthy planes to survive the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor is being donated to a Massachusetts-based organization that flies World War II aircraft at living history events across the nation. Robert Collings, executive director of the Stow, Massachusetts-based Collings Foundation, said that the purchase of the Curtiss P-40B Warhawk from an aviation museum in England was completed this week. The plane will be disassembled and shipped to the United States, where it eventually will fly over Buffalo and other cities, with plans to participate in the 75th

Biden visits DMZ as NKorea
releases US tourist
Associated Press, by Josh Lederman    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 12/7/2013 6:10:38 AM     Post Reply
OBSERVATION POST OUELLETTE, South Korea— U.S. Vice President Joe Biden stepped foot into the no-man´s land between North and South Korea on Saturday, peering out at the furtive nation hours after it released an American tourist the regime had detained for more than a month. Surrounded on three sides by North Korea, Biden and his granddaughter, Finnegan, looked through binoculars at the enemy soil less than 100 feet away. On the other side of the demarcation line, North Korean troops could be seen staring back. "Welcome to the edge of freedom," said Lt. Col. Daniel Edwan of the U.N. Command

Reagan Freed South Africa
American Thinker, by Frank Friday    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 12/7/2013 6:06:07 AM     Post Reply
Nelson Mandela is being rightly eulogized as a great force for peace and freedom. Though a deeply flawed man, his moral growth allowed him to voluntarily relinquish power, much the same as George Washington. This is an example being taken to heart on the African continent, which may now be fitfully entering a more hopeful era, in contrast to the 50-year bloody disaster of post-colonialism. What won´t be talked about much is that this was only possible because the West won the Cold War and allowed disillusioned Marxists like Mandela in South Africa (or Gorbachev in the Soviet Union) to



American citizen Merrill Newman
deported from North Korea
Fox News*, by Staff    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 12/7/2013 6:01:10 AM     Post Reply
An elderly U.S. tourist and war veteran detained in North Korea for more than a month for alleged hostile acts is on his way home after being "deported" to China. North Korean state media said Saturday that 85-year-old Merrill Newman was released because he had apologized for his alleged crimes during the Korean War and because of his age and medical condition. It was not clear if his confession was coerced. He was taken off a plane Oct. 26 by North Korean authorities while preparing to leave the country after a 10-day tour. "I´m very glad to be on my

Enrollment Errors Put Medical
Coverage at Risk
New York Times, by Robert Pear    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 12/7/2013 5:55:14 AM     Post Reply
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration said Friday that the enrollment records for roughly a quarter of all the people who signed up for health insurance on its website in October and November could contain errors, raising questions about whether those consumers would get coverage in time to pay for their medical care next month. Even now, the administration said, it may be sending incomplete or erroneous information to insurers for one in every 10 people who enroll. The disclosure added yet another complication to a long list of technical troubles that have hampered the rollout of President Obama’s health care

Biden decries China
squeeze on US media
BBC News [UK], by Anthony Zurcher    Original Article
Posted By: Attercliffe- 12/7/2013 5:53:18 AM     Post Reply
China is putting the squeeze on the New York Times and Bloomberg News, and it could have severe consequences for press freedom. The nation has blocked internet access to the two organisations´ websites, denied access to key events, such as the recent meeting between British Prime Minister David Cameron and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, and delayed visa renewal for more than two dozen reporters. [Snip] "Innovation thrives where people breathe freely, speak freely, are able to challenge orthodoxy, where newspapers can report the truth without fear of consequences,´´ Biden said at a meeting with business leaders earlier that day, as

Obama´s Wretchedly Convoluted Presidency
Power Line, by Paul Mirengoff    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 12/7/2013 5:51:16 AM     Post Reply
One definition of a pathological liar is someone who lies where the truth would serve just as well. When President Obama’s uncle, Onyango Obama, was arrested in 2011 for drunk driving, the truth — that Obama had stayed with his uncle years earlier for several weeks as a Harvard law student — would have served the president just fine. No potential Obama voter would have held it against him that an uncle he had stayed with two decades earlier was picked up for DUI. Yet the White House went with a lie, claiming that Obama had never met his uncle. Now that

New York City confiscating
rifles and shotguns
Daily Caller, by Patrick Howley    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 12/7/2013 5:49:19 AM     Post Reply
The New York City Police Department (NYPD) is sending out letters telling gun owners to turn over their rifles and shotguns — or else face the consequences. New York City’s ban on rifles and shotguns that hold more than five rounds is now being enforced, according to a letter the NYPD is sending out to targeted city gun owners. “It appears you are in possession of a rifle and/or Shotgun (listed below) that has an ammunition feeding device capable of holding more than five (5) rounds of ammunition. Rifles and shotguns capable of holding more than five (5) rounds of ammunition are


WTO agrees global
trade deal worth $1tn
BBC News [UK], by Andrew Walker    Original Article
Posted By: Attercliffe- 12/7/2013 5:45:44 AM     Post Reply
Ministers from 159 countries have reached a deal intended to boost global trade at a meeting in Bali, Indonesia. The World Trade Organization´s first comprehensive agreement involves an effort to simplify the procedures for doing business across borders. There will also be improved duty-free access for goods sold by the world´s poorest countries. The deal, which could add about $1tn to world trade, gives developing nations more scope to increase farm subsidies. "For the first time in our history, the WTO has truly delivered," said WTO chief Roberto Azevedo, as the organisation reached its first comprehensive agreement since it was

Pearl Harbor ceremony marks
72nd anniversary of bombing
Associated Press, by Staff    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 12/7/2013 5:45:15 AM     Post Reply
PEARL HARBOR, HAWAII – About 3,000 people are expected to gather at Pearl Harbor on Saturday to commemorate the anniversary of the 1941 Japanese attack that launched the U.S. into World War II. About 70 World War II veterans and survivors of the Dec. 7 bombing plan to attend the morning ceremony on the shore overlooking a memorial to the USS Arizona battleship that sank during the attack. The event will begin with a traditional Hawaiian blessing. There will be a moment of silence at 7:55 a.m., the minute the bombing began 72 years ago. A guided missile destroyer will pass by

Defense Officials Defend
Santa’s Fighter Jet Escort
Wall Street Journal, by Julian E. Barnes    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 12/7/2013 5:42:22 AM     Post Reply
Senior defense officials are defending the decision to have fighter jets escort St. Nick this year on the North American Air Defense Command’s Santa tracker website. The NORAD website each December posts videos of Santa Claus entering different countries and cities around the world. This year, some of the videos will show fighter planes escorting the sleigh, a decision that has drawn criticism from the Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood and others. But a senior defense official traveling this week with Secretary Chuck Hagel as he visited Bahrain said the military escorts for Santa are necessary given “the proliferation of air defense

Joe Biden´s Gaffe-Filled Asia
Trip, as Told by China, Japan
and South Korea´s Media
Atlantic, by Arit John    Original Article
Posted By: Pluperfect- 12/7/2013 5:39:46 AM     Post Reply
This week Vice President Joe Biden found himself in a tense situation as he visited Japan, China and, currently, South Korea. What was meant to be a routine visit to the three countries turned into a diplomatic peace keeping mission regarding China´s expanded air zone, and the media there has been keeping tabs on how well Biden´s doing. Japan and South Korea are upset with China because it expanded its air zone into their air zones on November 23. China thinks Japan started it — it being the escalation of tensions — but the world points out that China announced

Our ideological president
Washington Times, by Editorial    Original Article
Posted By: Pluperfect- 12/7/2013 5:33:04 AM     Post Reply
At a fundraiser in Seattle on the day before Thanksgiving, President Obama told a group of Democratic donors, apparently without a hint of irony, “I’m not a particularly ideological person.” One wouldn’t know it from the ponderous 48-minute oration on income inequality that he delivered in Washington on Wednesday. Mr. Obama devoted the majority of it to the cause of lamenting a “dangerous and growing inequality and lack of upward mobility” that he says is jeopardizing the middle class. The unraveling of the “social compact,” he said, began in the late ‘70s. “The result is an economy that’s become profoundly unequal,

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