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Tuesday, August 28, 2012

 





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PolitiFiction
Be aware. Be very aware.
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Obama Honors Neil Armstrong With Picture Of Himself
Moon Over My Hammy: Obama pulls the corniest,
most self aggrandizing stunt so far.
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Soldiers allegedly plotted to kill Obama, oust government
Allegations emerged Monday in Georgia during murder
trial of a soldier. Fresh hell or fabrication?
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Gabby Douglas' Ex-Gym Denies Claim
of Bullying, Racism: "We Are Good People"

Who gave the exploding career cigar to little Gabby Douglas?
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Brokaw, Scarborough Enable Chris Matthews'
Racialist Attack On RNC Chair

Talk about exploding career cigars!!!!
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Despite Akin, GOP’s odds improve on taking Senate
Akin who? Ask the next ten people you talk to.
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Mann versus Steyn: popcorn time
James Delingpole fans rejoice. Here he is at his wiggy best.
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Must Reads for Monday, August 27, 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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American Spectator, by Jeffrey Lord    Original Article
Posted By: Desert Fox- 9/1/2015 7:17:11     Post Reply
CNN is on the case. (And yes, full disclosure, I am now a CNN commentator.) As discussed on John King’s Inside Politics, and seen here on the CNN website, the main headline reads: GOP establishment plans Trump takedown The sub-head reads: An anti-Trump ad deluge after Labor Day? And the story says: It’s no secret the Republican establishment is unnerved by Donald Trump and his lead in national and key state polls. And now, after weeks of assuming his support would be fleeting, there is a debate about how to take aim at Trump -- and just who should finance such an effort.

   

 

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Jeb Bush calls Donald Trump a "jerk"
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New York Post, by Staff    Original Article
Posted By: Honeybadger- 8/31/2015 7:07:41     Post Reply
Jeb Bush fired back at Donald Trump at a Hamptons fund-raiser, calling the Republican front-runner “a jerk.” At the Southampton event Bush — who has been blasted by Trump as “low energy” — added that watching his political rival is like “watching reality TV,” according to a witness. Bush — who had three fund-raisers in the Hamptons over the weekend — also claimed Hillary Clinton would regulate businesses like Uber, asking, “Why would you regulate a company helping people to make a living?” Among 75 guests at the private Meadow Lane home were Woody Johnson, Tamara Mellon, James Tisch, Jane Lauder, and Martin

´They messed with the wrong family´:
Father of slain journalist goes after
NRA and lawmakers who voted against
stricter gun laws

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Daily Mail (UK), by Daily Mail.com Reporters    Original Article
Posted By: zephyrgirl- 8/31/2015 9:41:26     Post Reply
The heartbroken father of murdered TV reporter Alison Parker said his fight for gun control laws has only just begun as he hit out against the NRA and lawmakers who voted against stricter legislation, saying they ´messed with the wrong family´. Viewers of WDBJ, a CBS affiliate in Roanoke, Virginia, watched in horror on Wednesday morning as Alison, 24, and cameraman Adam Ward, 27, were gunned down by a former reporter as they filmed a live segment. Andy Parker, 62, said he has not been able to watch the news after his daughter´s death but will fight to make sure

Church says Trump isn´t
an ´active member´

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The Hill, by Rebecca Shabad    Original Article
Posted By: Toledo- 8/31/2015 7:38:26     Post Reply
The church that Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump says he attends in Manhattan says the candidate is not an “active member.” "Donald Trump has had a longstanding history with Marble Collegiate Church, where his parents were for years active members and one of his children was baptized. However, as he indicates, he is a Presbyterian, and is not an active member of Marble," the church said in a statement to CNN. During a Thursday campaign stop in Greenville, S.C., Trump told reporters, "I am Presbyterian Protestant. I go to Marble Collegiate Church,” which is located on Fifth Avenue, south of Trump Tower. Trump

Poll: Majority of Republicans
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The Hill [Washington DC], by Jesse Byrnes    Original Article
Posted By: NorthernDog- 9/1/2015 11:13:53     Post Reply
A majority of Republican voters, 54 percent, think that President Obama is a Muslim, according to a new survey from the left-leaning Public Policy Polling (PPP). Asked whether they thought Obama is a Christian or Muslim or if they were unsure, 32 percent said they were unsure. Fourteen percent said he was a Christian. Many right-leaning voters have been deeply skeptical about Obama´s faith since before he became president. The topic arose again prominently in 2012, when Obama faced former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, a devout Mormon, in the general election. Obama rarely invokes his own faith in speeches and

Shock Poll: 59% Back Trump
On Deportation of Illegals

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Investor´s Business Daily, by Editorial    Original Article
Posted By: Desert Fox- 8/31/2015 7:55:49     Post Reply
Immigration: When Donald Trump proposed mandatory deportation of illegal aliens, pundits and politicians on both sides of the political aisle were appalled. But on this issue it looks like Trump has the public on his side. The fire from the right was almost as fierce as that from the left. "It´s not conservative and it´s not realistic and it does not embrace American values," said Jeb Bush. Sen. Lindsey Graham called it "absolute gibberish." Conservative commentator Charles Krauthammer called the idea "crackpot" and "morally obscene." But the prize for overheated rhetoric goes to Hillary Clinton, who said Trump wants to "literally pull people out

   

 

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McConnell: Defunding Planned
Parenthood must wait for new president

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The Hill (Washington, D.C.), by Peter Sullivan    Original Article
Posted By: Desert Fox- 9/1/2015 5:41:45     Post Reply
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) says that defunding Planned Parenthood will have to wait for a new commander in chief in 2017. “The president’s made it very clear he’s not going to sign any bill that includes defunding of Planned Parenthood, so that’s another issue that awaits a new president, hopefully with a different point of view about Planned Parenthood,” McConnell said Monday on the Kentucky station WYMT’s “Issues and Answers.” Defunding Planned Parenthood has become a leading cause among some Republicans in the wake of controversial undercover videos showing Planned Parenthood officials discussing the price of fetal tissue for medical

Obama: I´m Personally Hurt When
People Call Me Anti-Semitic

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Weekly Standard, by Daniel Halper    Original Article
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Barack Obama is personally hurt when people call him an anti-Semite, the president said in an interview with the Jewish newspaper the Forward. Obama says "there not a smidgen of evidence for" the accusation. The editor of the Forward asked the president, "[D]oes it hurt you personally when people say that you’re anti-Semitic?" "Oh, of course. And there’s not a smidgen of evidence for it, other than the fact that there have been times where I’ve disagreed with a particular Israeli government’s position on a particular issue. And I’ve said before, and I will continue to say, that if you

NY Mag: Mitt Romney’s Contempt
for Trump Gets Him Up in the Bullpen

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Breitbart Big Government, by Breitbart News    Original Article
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Mitt Romney is disappointed by the Republican establishment’s inability to take out Donald Trump–which may pull him into a more active role in the 2016 presidential primary, reports Gabriel Sherman. From New York Magazine: As Donald Trump continues to dominate the Republican presidential race, frustration and panic have become high enough to make some inside the party Establishment pine for a candidate they roundly rejected as recently as January: Mitt Romney. Romney himself has become one of Trump’s most vocal detractors inside the party. “He’s someone to whom civility means a lot. The whole Trump thing really bothers him,” a close Romney

McKinley’s Greatest Monument
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New York Sun, by Editorial    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 8/31/2015 4:55:55     Post Reply
It’s a mystery to us where President Obama or his interior secretary, Sally Jewell, gets the authority to rename in Alaska a mountain whose name was ratified by Congress a century ago as McKinley. We can understand the Democratic Party’s interest, in that McKinley, a Republican, was a particularly fine President. He was, moreover, one of four presidents felled by an assassin. We can understand, too, the sentiments of Alaska, whose legislature has wanted to change the name. Where, though, does the president come off doing this by fiat? The question begs for an answer in light of the fact

Boehner condemns McKinley name change
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Washington Examiner, by Susan Ferrechio    Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 8/31/2015 10:20:34     Post Reply
House Speaker John Boehner said he is "deeply disappointed" in President Obama´s plan to rename Alaska´s Mount McKinley "Mt. Denali," joining a chorus of Republican lawmakers, even though the change has roots in the Republican Party. The peak, which is the tallest in North America, was named after the nation´s 25th president and former Ohio governor, William McKinley, in 1896. Boehner, from Ohio, joined other lawmakers from his state in condemning the move, which Obama announced Sunday. "There is a reason President McKinley´s name has served atop the highest peak in North America for more than 100 years, and that is because it

   

 

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Obama Warns of Planet Beyond Repair:
´Submerged Countries. Abandoned
Cities. Fields No Longer Growing´

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Cybercast News Service, by Melanie Hunter    Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 9/1/2015 9:11:02     Post Reply
In a speech in Anchorage, Alaska, on Monday President Barack Obama warned that if nations do not act to stop climate change "we will condemn our children to a planet beyond their capacity to repair." "Climate change is no longer some far-off problem," Obama said." It is happening here. It is happening now. Climate change is already disrupting our agriculture and ecosystems, our water and food supplies, our energy, our infrastructure, human health, human safety--now. Today." “If we were to abandon our course of action, if we stop trying to build a clean-energy economy and reduce carbon pollution, if we do nothing

   

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