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After Liz Hurley denies an affair with
Clinton, we reveal her remarkable
likeness to his lover Monica Lewinsky
Daily Mail (U.K.), by Claire Cisotti    Original Article
Posted By: Desert Fox- 2/8/2014 10:31:30 AM     Post Reply
This week Liz Hurley´s ex-boyfriend Tom Sizemore made sensational claims that the actress had a secret affair with former President Bill Clinton. Sizemore has now dismissed the allegations as drug-induced ramblings, saying that he has never met Clinton and never gave him Hurley´s phone number. But while the claims may have proven false, the Daily Mail can reveal a striking resemblance between Hurley and Clinton´s former lover, Monica Lewinsky.

Lose Your Job and Feel Liberated
American Thinker, by Brian C Joondeph, MD    Original Article
Posted By: Desert Fox- 2/8/2014 10:16:14 AM     Post Reply
This week, a report from the Congressional Budget Office acknowledged that ObamaCare would reduce full-time employment by 2.5 million over the next ten years. And that is on top of news that 92 million Americans who could be working are not. What a devastating assessment for the unemployed or underemployed, particular millenials seeking to transition from internships and part-time jobs to career-building full-time jobs. Yet the predictable spin from the White House and major media outlets is that this is good news, liberating workers from the chains of employment. To quote President Obama, from the 2008 campaign, "You can put lipstick

Michelle Obama urges students
to seek taxpayer money
American Thinker, by Thomas Lifson    Original Article
Posted By: Desert Fox- 2/8/2014 10:08:31 AM     Post Reply
"Don´t leave money on the table," Michelle Obama told students at T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Virginia this week, seeking to put as many people as possible on the receiving end of a government check. Nothing builds the Democrats´ voter base faster than the widespread ability to raid other taxpayers for support. How widespread? "Almost everyone is eligible for some form of financial aid, and all you have to do to access that aid is fill out this one little form. It´s so simple." Simple, as in one-stop shopping, all the better to build that constituency for OPM (other people´s money).

  


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Dems declare war
on Inspector General
uncovering IRS scandal
- Thread Closed
American Thinker, by Thomas Lifson    Original Article
Posted By: magnante- 2/8/2014 10:05:51 AM     Post Reply
The IRS scandal is so bad that Democrats are unleashing total war in an attempt to beat back a full airing of the abuse. The old adage, "The best defense is a good offense," is all the more valid when the major media outlets are on their side. It is not necessary to have any actual facts to use as rebuttal for the indefensible; it is enough to simply throw a cloud of dust, so as to discredit any charges - in the eyes of supporters and media sycophants.(snip)Such a man is Treasury Inspector General Russell George

Dems declare war on Inspector
General uncovering IRS scandal
American Thinker, by Thomas Lifson    Original Article
Posted By: Desert Fox- 2/8/2014 10:05:35 AM     Post Reply
The IRS scandal is so bad that Democrats are unleashing total war in an attempt to beat back a full airing of the abuse. The old adage, "The best defense is a good offense," is all the more valid when the major media outlets are on their side. It is not necessary to have any actual facts to use as rebuttal for the indefensible; it is enough to simply throw a cloud of dust, so as to discredit any charges - in the eyes of supporters and media sycophants. President Obama´s absurd contention to Bill O´Reilly that there was "not a

In Texas, Rand Paul meets a
Cruz and a Bush
CNN, by Peter Hamby    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 2/8/2014 9:48:44 AM     Post Reply
Dallas, Texas– Texas is a vast and diverse state with sprawling urban centers and wide open pastures, but sometimes the political universe here can feel pretty small. Rand Paul, the Kentucky Senator and Republican presidential aspirant, was reminded of this on Friday. Arriving in Dallas at the outset of a multi-day visit to the state, Paul spent Friday meeting with a handful of financial supporters and assorted Republican politicians. On leaving the office of one of the city’s GOP donors, Paul bumped into a familiar face: Ted Cruz, his fellow Senator from Texas and another ambitious Republican who is courting

Obama´s Praetorian Guard´s - Thread Closed
Canada Free Press, by A.J. Cameron    Original Article
Posted By: gwmcclintok- 2/8/2014 9:43:34 AM     Post Reply
Our puppet dictator is not destroying our republic all by his lonesome. He is executing the game plan designed by his puppeteers, and promoted and protected by the puppeteer-controlled media, but isn’t there more to this saga, than meets the eye? Are you familiar with the term, ‘Praetorian Guard’?

  


  

Sochi Winter Olympics 2014:
President Putin´s Girlfriend Alina
Kabayeva Carries Olympic Torch
International Business Times [UK], by Priya Joshi    Original Article
Posted By: earlybird- 2/8/2014 9:36:41 AM     Post Reply
While the spectacle of the world´s most expensive Olympics, with its inflatable St. Basil´s, technical glitches, unceremonial slip-ups and surreptitious signs of protest, had a global audience captivated, all eyes were on the torch bearers, in particular, gymnast Alina Kabayeva, who also happens to be President Vladimir Putin´s girlfriend. Putin had earlier refuted suggestions that Kabayeva would be afforded the special privilege of wielding the Olympic torch at the opening ceremony. "I´m aware of this [speculation that Kabayeva will light the flame]," he said. "I was told of this by [Kremlin spokesman] Dmitry Peskov. These are the usual red herrings.

Obama denounces stale political arguments,
promises to create more jobs again
Investor´s Business Daily, by Andrew Malcolm    Original Article
Posted By: SurferLad- 2/8/2014 9:33:42 AM     Post Reply
Hi, everybody. In my State of the Union Address, I talked about the idea of opportunity for all. Opportunity is the idea at the heart of this country — that no matter who you are or how you started out, with hard work and responsibility, you can get ahead. I ran for President to restore that idea, and I’m even more passionate about it today. Because while our economy has been growing for four years, and those at the top are doing better than ever, average wages have barely budged.

Little Bit of ‘Fantasia’ as NBC
Begins Olympic Show
New York Times, by Allessandra Stanley    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 2/8/2014 9:33:41 AM     Post Reply
Olympic opening ceremonies are a little like a Match.com first date: The host country, dolled up with costly hair extensions, Christian Louboutin heels and a brand-new black cocktail dress, recounts amusing childhood anecdotes and college triumphs but leaves out her D.W.I. arrest. (Or, in the case of Russia, the gulag.) Russia isn’t alone in airbrushing the past and puffing up its chest. At the 2002 Winter Games in Salt Lake City, the United States had to show resilience after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, and also get past the bidding scandal for those Games. Russia has a uniquely

Emanuel continues collecting
campaign cash from developers
Chicago Tribune, by Bill Ruthhart    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 2/8/2014 9:26:26 AM     Post Reply
As Mayor Rahm Emanuel piles up campaign cash ahead of his run for re-election next year, he continues to collect contributions from real estate developers who need his administration´s approval to build their multimillion-dollar projects. Since June, at least 26 donors with ties to four such developers have contributed a total of more than $142,000 to the mayor´s campaign fund, money that flows around the mayor´s self-imposed bans, which he says aim to curb pay-to-play politics at City Hall. Emanuel won´t take political donations from lobbyists, city employees or owners of companies with city contracts as part of his pledge

  


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Michael Jackson estate embroiled
in tax fight with IRS
Los Angeles Times, by Jeff Gottlieb    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 2/8/2014 9:22:40 AM     Post Reply
The spectacle that was Michael Jackson´s life shows no signs of abating with his death. There was the conviction of the doctor who gave him the fatal overdose of a powerful anesthetic, battles over his will, attempts to remove the executors of his estate and the wrongful death suit against the promoter of his doomed comeback tour. Now, Jackson´s estate is in the midst of a fight with the Internal Revenue Service. The agency has told Jackson´s executors that the estate owes $505 million in taxes and an additional $197 million in penalties, for a total of more than $702

Winston Churchill answers Obama
American Thinker, by James Lewis    Original Article
Posted By: magnante- 2/8/2014 9:12:35 AM     Post Reply
One of the first acts of Barack Obama´s presidency was to send back to Britain a powerful Oval Office sculpture of Winston Churchill, looking beetle-browed and determined, the way Churchill really looked when he was defying Hitler. At the time, Obama´s gesture seemed another little eccentric footnote to this extremist administration. (snip) Fortunately Churchill spoke prophetically about tyrant-appeasers like Obama and Kerry. We have his prophetic words when Prime Minister Chamberlain came back from the Munich Surrender: "You were given the choice between war and dishonour. You chose dishonour, and you will have war."

American Sage Kotsenburg wins
first gold medal of Sochi
Olympics with slopestyle upset
Yahoo Sports, by Jeff Passan    Original Article
Posted By: earlybird- 2/8/2014 8:58:31 AM     Post Reply
KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia – This time around, the judges gave Sage Kotsenburg the score he deserved. And Kotsenburg gave the United States the first gold medal of the Sochi Games. Kotsenburg, the 20-year-old from Park City, Utah, stomped a 93.5 on his first run of the inaugural Olympic slopestyle contest and watched it hold up in a massive upset. As top competitors Max Parrot and Mark McMorris of Canada faltered, Kotsenburg took advantage with an array of technical tricks like the Japan air and a double nose-grab. And with Shaun White having dropped out of slopestyle earlier this week, Kotsenburg picked up the

Obama´s Praetorian Guards!
Canada Free Press, by A. J. Cameron    Original Article
Posted By: SpeedMaster- 2/8/2014 8:31:52 AM     Post Reply
Our puppet dictator is not destroying our republic all by his lonesome. He is executing the game plan designed by his puppeteers, and promoted and protected by the puppeteer-controlled media, but isn’t there more to this saga, than meets the eye? Are you familiar with the term, ‘Praetorian Guard’? The definition of ‘Praetorian’ is, ‘Venal; Corruptible’. The definition of ‘Venal’ is, ‘Willing to sell one’s influence, especially in return for a bribe; open to bribery; mercenary’. Combine ‘Praetorian’ with ‘Guard’, and we have a situation in which guards can be corrupted? Are they corrupted for, or against, the people who elected

  


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For Fans of Rocket From the Crypt, a
Ryan Tattoo Was Once Just the Ticket
Wall Street Journal, by Ryan Dezember    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 2/8/2014 8:14:39 AM     Post Reply
On a June night in 1998, Eric Greene approached the door at a now-defunct Austin, Texas, concert venue. Hoping to get in without a ticket, Mr. Greene flashed a little leg. The doorman glanced at his left calf, saw a rocket-ship tattoo, and waved him in. Mr. Greene had driven more than two hours to see Rocket from the Crypt, a San Diego sextet famous for sweaty live shows, a prolific output during its mid-1990s heyday, and an implicit bargain with its most fervent fans: Those who tattooed its logo to their body could get into its shows free. Fast

Priests for Life African American
leader blasts Nancy Pelosi
for pro-choice stance
Staten Island Advance, by Maura Grunlund    Original Article
Posted By: NYC RAL- 2/8/2014 8:11:15 AM     Post Reply
Staten Island, N.Y. -- Dr. Alveda King, director of African American Outreach for Priests for Life, based in New Dorp, blasted pro-choice House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, who is slated to receive the Margaret Sanger Award from Planned Parenthood. Ironically, the first recipient of the award, named after a founder of Planned Parenthood, was none other than Dr. King´s uncle, the civil rights leader Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. "It´s true that Congresswoman Pelosi deserves Planned Parenthood´s Margaret Sanger Award - almost no one has done more to promote the killing of innocent babies in the womb than she

“You Still Have Control”
Slate, by Samantha Jane Gelmer    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 2/8/2014 8:11:09 AM     Post Reply
With all the accusations, heated debate, and ugliness incited by the tweets and articles in the Dylan Farrow vs. Woody Allen battle, I think the only question that really matters is: Can this help anyone else? We should operate on the premise that it must. First, we should evaluate ourselves in the things we may have contributed with our tweets, blog posts, op-eds, and casual conversations. If we said nothing that helps the broad range of victims of sexual molestation, we have done a disservice to them. Simply insulting this family or anyone who may disagree with you does not count

Ex-New Orleans mayor denies taking
bribes after Hurricane Katrina
Reuters, by Kathy Finn    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 2/8/2014 8:08:35 AM     Post Reply
Former New Orleans Mayor C. Ray Nagin on Friday testified during his federal corruption trial that he had not traded city business for bribes after Hurricane Katrina devastated the city. Nagin, 57, faces 21 charges of bribery, conspiracy, mail fraud and tax evasion related to contracts for millions of dollars in recovery work after the 2005 storm. During Nagin´s second day on the witness stand, prosecutor Matthew Coman asked Nagin about documents that authorities say are evidence that the former mayor schemed to extract money or favors from businesses in exchange for city contracts. Coman showed contracts signed by Nagin, checks written by

Americans Learn to Succeed
by Learning From Failure
Creators Syndicate, by Michael Barone    Original Article
Posted By: Judy W.- 2/8/2014 8:05:23 AM     Post Reply
America succeeds because Americans fail and forgive. That´s the intriguing message -- or part of it -- of Megan McArdle´s new book "The Up Side of Down: Why Failing Well Is the Key to Success." McArdle, a Bloomberg blogger and columnist, stands out among economic writers, and not just because she´s the only woman among them who is 6 feet 2 inches. She combines a shrewd knowledge of economics and practical experience with a writing style that every so often segues into comedy monologue. Americans fail a lot, she argues. Most new businesses fail. Most predictions are wrong. As the screenwriter William

  



Thinking for Ourselves: The Rewards
of Independence and Common
Sense Are Many
Townhall, by Ben Carson    Original Article
Posted By: Judy W.- 2/8/2014 8:00:22 AM     Post Reply
Earlier this year, one of the mainstream media networks was planning to do a special on my retirement from neurosurgery. They recorded a lecture I gave at my medical school, as well as one given at a high school in Detroit. They also accompanied me to my old stomping grounds, where many of the neighbors came out to greet me and talk about old times. I was struck by some of their comments, including the notion that I always had lofty, unrealistic dreams, but that they would enjoy hearing about them anyway. Someone else told me that people would always murmur

In Sochi, hotel complaints fall into chasm
between global spectacle and under-served population
Washington Post, by Sally Jenkins    Original Article
Posted By: FlyRight- 2/8/2014 6:57:43 AM     Post Reply
SOCHI, Russia — The grim and the gorgeous coexist side by side at the Sochi Olympics. Anyone who thinks that what’s happening here is comparable to the excesses of other sports events in other places simply hasn’t seen or felt these Winter Games firsthand. The $51 billion colossus is an act of destructive grandiosity that threatens to make us all queasily complicit in crime yet simultaneously awed and intimidated. The most expensive Olympics in history are partly a Potemkin village, an elaborate facade built to impress foreign passersby and to enhance the image of a small, odd, chill-faced man who likes

Republican senator facing Tea Party challenger
doesn´t live in his ´home´ state
Washington Examiner, by Joel Gehrke    Original Article
Posted By: mikkins2- 2/8/2014 6:52:05 AM     Post Reply
A Republican senator facing a Tea Party challenger this year revealed that he doesn´t live in his home state, an admission likely to fuel an opposition that has already accused him of going native in the nation´s capitol. “I have full access to the recliner,” Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan., told the New York Times, referring to the fact that the Kansas residence he listed as his voting address actually belongs to two donors. "He established his voting address there the day before his challenger, Milton Wolf, announced his candidacy last fall, arguing that Mr. Roberts was out of touch with his High

The GOP Should Use the
Power of the Purse
National Review Online, by Andrew C. McCarthy    Original Article
Posted By: SpeedMaster- 2/8/2014 6:51:36 AM     Post Reply
‘The House should sharply reduce IRS funding until the agency is more responsive.” Well, I’d have omitted everything after “funding” but this was still an astute observation, offered at the conclusion of Thursday’s excellent Wall Street Journal editorial. I’m grateful to have smart guys on the team, even if slumming with us power-of-the-purse radicals may get them booted from the GOP’s “We’re only one-half of one-third” circle of submission. The editors were exercised over the revenue agency’s latest shenanigans, which include covering up its past shenanigans — the willful targeting of conservative groups in order to frustrate their opposition to Obama-administration

Paul: GOP Needs to
‘Look Like the Rest of
America’ to Win Again
PJ Media, by Nicholas Ballasy    Original Article
Posted By: Judy W.- 2/8/2014 6:32:00 AM     Post Reply
WASHINGTON – Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul said the Republican Party has to embrace a message of optimism and “look like the rest of America” to win again. “If we want to win again, if we want to be a bigger party, not only do we have to be a party that looks like the rest of America – black, white, brown, with tattoos, without tattoos, earrings, without earrings – we have to look like the rest of America but we also have to have a party that has the message of optimism,” said Paul in his keynote address at the

Barack Obama: The George
Wallace of Free Speech
Power Line, by John Hinderaker    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 2/8/2014 6:16:11 AM     Post Reply
The Supreme Court decided Brown vs. Board of Education in 1954, but prominent Democrats in the South refused to accept the court’s ruling. For a decade thereafter, Democrats like Ross Barnett, Lester Maddox and George Wallace did everything they could to perpetuate race discrimination in public education. In one notorious instance in 1963, Democratic Governor Wallace stood in a schoolhouse door to personally block African-American students from enrolling at the University of Alabama. Something similar is happening with the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision, a landmark of First Amendment jurisprudence. Democrats refuse to accept the decision; Barack Obama denounced it

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