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Sunday, August 12, 2012

 





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Romney-Ryan ticket takes fight to Obama
Reality Check: The days of demagogues,ghost sources
and dubiously dead wives are over.
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The Ryan Blockbuster
A grown up has shown up.
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Paul Ryan and the Triumph of Math
Clarice includes the now famous 6 minutes
take-down video.
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Who Is John Galt?
Paul Ryan on the ticket and his mention of John Galt
has Ayn Randians leaping for joy.
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Obama's Campaign One Of The Dirtiest
In Modern Times

What desperation does.
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Must Reads for Saturday, August 11, 2012
Yesterday's Must-Reads for those who missed.
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Ldotter Note: Don't Forget to Visit TheConnection
The Place Where Eagles Gather.
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Must Read Archive [Last 60 Days]

      


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N. Korea calls Obama a ‘monkey,’
blames US for web crash

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Associated Press, by Staff    Original Article
Posted By: LittleHoodedMonk- 12/27/2014 12:37:21     Post Reply
Seoul, South Korea — North Korea called President Barack Obama “a monkey” and blamed the U.S. on Saturday for shutting down its Internet amid the hacking row over the comedy “The Interview.” North Korea has denied involvement in a crippling cyberattack on Sony Pictures but has expressed fury over the comedy depicting an assassination of its leader Kim Jong Un. Sony Pictures initially called off the release citing threats of terror attacks against U.S. movie theaters. Obama criticized Sony’s decision, and the movie has opened this week. On Saturday, the North’s powerful National Defense Commission, the country’s top

   

 

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With Two Years Left, the Inflection
Point of the Obama Presidency

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PJ Media, by Michael Walsh    Original Article
Posted By: ketchuplover- 12/27/2014 1:40:10     Post Reply
The men behind Obama took a calculated gamble in 2008 that the nation was ready for the first post-American president, a man with no meaningful cultural roots in the nation he would profess to lead. They relied on the intrinsic good-heartedness of the electorate to show their lack of prejudice in voting for a man with an exotic Arabic/Muslim name only seven years after the atrocity of Sept. 11. They counted on the innate good will of the American people, judged that the time was right for a black president, and then went out and found the only half-black candidate
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Black Mob Violence at Christmas,
All Over the Country

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American Thinker, by Colin Flaherty    Original Article
Posted By: magnante- 12/28/2014 9:10:34     Post Reply
Holidays are a special time for practitioners and deniers of black mob violence. The Fourth of July, Memorial Day, Labor Day and of course New Year’s are among the most popular. But not Christmas. Not usually. Not until this year: Black mob violence and resentment erupted across the country during the 72 hours before, during and after Christmas. And not the “carry signs and send out a press release” kind of political violence. This year’s Yuletide racial violence was more spontaneous. More deadly. More old school. Not connected to the recent political protests over Mike Brown, Eric Garner and fill in your

From Adriana with Love:
Rush Limbaugh wrong on Bond

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Boston Herald (MA), by Adriana Cohen    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 12/28/2014 12:34:48     Post Reply
Rush Limbaugh says British actor Idris Elba can’t be the next James Bond because he’s black. “James Bond was invented, created by Ian Fleming, a former spy, MI6, and James Bond is a total concept put together by Ian Fleming. He was white and Scottish, period. That is who James Bond is,” said the radio host on his show this week. I strongly disagree. 007 is a fictional spy who is smart, sexy and sophisticated, and has swagger. Since when do white men have a monopoly on any of those traits? Geez, don’t get this Boston girl started, but I

Michael Brown memorial destroyed overnight
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Washington Post, by Jose A. DelReal    Original Article
Posted By: LittleHoodedMonk- 12/27/2014 12:10:46     Post Reply
People hurriedly cleaned and rebuilt a memorial to Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., on Friday morning after they said a car intentionally destroyed it. Flowers, signs and other mementos, left in remembrance of the 18-year-old who was killed in a police shooting in August, were scattered throughout the streets, stirring supporters who saw pictures on social media to gather to restore the makeshift shrine. (Tweets) Officer Timothy Zoll, the Ferguson Police Department’s public relations officer, said that no crime had been reported in connection to the memorial’s destruction. He suggested that the department would look at

A Meditation on Peggy Noonan
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Power Line, by Scott Johnson    Original Article
Posted By: Judy W.- 12/27/2014 7:43:21     Post Reply
Peggy Noonan joined the crowd that turned on George W. Bush in what I thought was (in Noonan’s case) a grossly unfair manner in 2008. I wrote critically about one of Noonan’s weekly Wall Street Journal columns in which she identified with the public disapproval of Bush that April in “Season of the witch.” Having turned on George W. Bush, Noonan moved on to support the election of Barack Obama later that year. Noonan all but endorsed Obama in her 2008 column “Obama and the runaway train.” The anti-Bush and pro-Obama columns fit neatly together. She wrote of Obama just before

   

 

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Pope Francis’s edict on climate change
will anger deniers and US churches

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Guardian [UK], by John Vidal    Original Article
Posted By: Judy W.- 12/28/2014 12:09:24     Post Reply
He has been called the “superman pope”, and it would be hard to deny that Pope Francis has had a good December. Cited by President Barack Obama as a key player in the thawing relations between the US and Cuba, the Argentinian pontiff followed that by lecturing his cardinals on the need to clean up Vatican politics. But can Francis achieve a feat that has so far eluded secular powers and inspire decisive action on climate change? It looks as if he will give it a go. In 2015, the pope will issue a lengthy message on the subject to the world’s 1.2 billion Catholics, give an address to the UN general assembly and call a summit of the

´Sorry, this beach has been
reserved for the First Family´:
Secret Service agents on jet skis
shoo away tourists and locals
as the Obamas hit the water in Hawaii

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Associated Press & Daily Mail (UK), by Staff    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 12/27/2014 9:55:52     Post Reply
The First Family have now officially hit the halfway point of their Hawaiian holiday and enjoyed a nice lie-in followed by an afternoon at the beach on the eight day of their vacation. However while a regular bunch would just hit the sand and surf, the Obamas had their regular motorcade drop them at Bellows Air Force Station in Waimanalo, and Secret Service agents on wave runners circled them in the water. The main task of the agents seemed to focus on stopping any other people in kayaks getting to close to the President, his wife and their two daughters.

What’s in Jeb Bush’s emails?
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Politico, by Kyle Cheney & Sarah Wheaton *    Original Article
Posted By: LittleHoodedMonk- 12/27/2014 3:46:53     Post Reply
Jeb Bush got reams of emails during his days as the governor of Florida. And he often didn’t hesitate to respond, even to the most rambling of constituents, even to the harshest of critics. (Snip) A preliminary review of the thousands of emails shows that Bush didn’t hesitate to defend his conservative principles, even to people who worried he wasn’t conservative enough. At times he would assume a formal, distant tone. At other times, he would be more relaxed. To one happy tourist, he wrote: “Please come again!” Bush spokeswoman Kristy Campbell said the former governor’s emails, which he is using as a guide for an e-book

American Achiever of 2014: Sarah Palin
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American Thinker, by M. Joseph Sheppard    Original Article
Posted By: Judy W.- 12/27/2014 6:03:52     Post Reply
It would be the height of churlishness for even the most inveterate leftist to deny the import of someone who made Time magazine´s "100 Most Influential People" list, and then the Smithsonian Institution´s "100 Most Significant Americans Of All Time" list. Both affirmations were earned by former Alaska governor and vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin. To then accept Governor Palin as "American Achiever of the Year 2014" would be for most, if not all on the left (and to be fair, many in the GOP) no doubt a bridge too far. However, such partisanship should not stand in the way of a

Cops turn backs on de Blasio
at executed officer’s funeral

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New York Post, by Kathianne Boniello & Aaron Short *    Original Article
Posted By: LittleHoodedMonk- 12/27/2014 3:38:51     Post Reply
Mayor de Blasio tried to make peace with the NYPD Saturday, but again was met by a Blue Wall of Resentment. As he took the podium Saturday at the funeral of P.O. Rafael Ramos, thousands of police officers outside the church turned their backs to the video monitors showing the mayor giving his eulogy inside. In a gradual wave, the assembled cops nearest the screens and speakers on Myrtle Avenue began to about-face, until the entire sea of blue stretching two blocks had their backs to the image of the city’s leader. “Our hearts are aching today. We can feel it physically. We feel it deeply. New York City has lost a hero —

   

 

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Bill De Blasio 2 Hours Late to
Wake for Slain Officer Rafael Ramos

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Breitbart Big Government, by Warner Todd Hudson    Original Article
Posted By: Honeybadger- 12/28/2014 6:22:29     Post Reply
On Friday evening, thousands of New Yorkers attended a memorial service for Rafael Ramos, one of the two NYPD officers assassinated a week ago by an Eric Garner protester. The service brought mourners from every corner of the city. Noticeably late was embattled Mayor Bill de Blasio, who made it to the service only just before its conclusion. Ramos, 40, and partner Wenjian Liu, 32, were shot to death on December 20 as they sat in their patrol car. Both were murdered by a 28-year-old named Ismaaiyl Abdullah Brinsley who claimed he was avenging the death of a man who died after police used a choke hold on him as he

   

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