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Obama’s Unilateral Surrender Foreign Policy


It’s not always necessary for a nation to wave the white flag for its enemies to know it has surrendered. Sometimes a leak from an administration official will do just fine without requiring all the logistics of a formal surrender ceremony. The Washington Post lays the latest Obama capitulation out in detail: “Months after the discovery of a massive breach ...

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The end of Boehner? Motion to boot him sends House scrambling


Rep. Mark Meadows (R NC-11) has a few problems with House Speaker Boehner and he’s asking the full House to help him rip the gavel out of the Speaker’s hand. Meadows has filed a non-privileged “motion to vacate the chair” in which he details a list of grievances against Speaker Boehner: Whereas the Speaker of the House of Representatives for the ...

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Moral Outrage Over a Lion, But Not For Dismembered Babies

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There are many days when, after reading the news, it would be natural to look up and see Rod Serling, cigarette smoke swirling around him, standing in a corner giving a trite summation of how events like the Supreme Court assuming a legislative role should be soberly analyzed and learned from, in the twilight zone. Unfortunately, this is reality. And ...

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Hebdo to Print New Issue Featuring Mohammed Cartoons

Mohammed Cartoon Hebdo

The first post-attack issue of the French satirical newspaper, Charlie Hebdo, will prominently feature cartoons including the Prophet Mohammed on Wednesday. After having been brutally attacked by Muslim Fundamentalists, the paper will print three million copies of this week’s issue. Normal circulation is 60,000 copies. In defiance of the attempt to silence free speech Hebdo’s surviving staff is releasing an ...

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Howard Dean: Smoking That Funny Stuff Again


Far left Looney Tune Howard Dean, as usual never disappoints every time he opens up his mouth, when he objected to calling the shooters in the Paris attack “Muslim terrorists,” even though the attackers were witnessed shouting “Allahu akbar” as they fired. I can never figure out why the Left refuses to call a spade a spade, these people committed an ...

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A Glimpse at Some of the Idiocy of 2014


While recently rereading a classical literary piece from a century ago, I realized anew how each person is a microcosm of the demographic group or society to which he or she belongs. Truly, no man is an island, and we all bring to our society characteristics, traits, and attributes which contribute to the whole. When we analyze some of the ...

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Lt. Clint Lorance: A Hero Not Criminal

Our soldiers are the defenders of our freedom, they protect us from enemies foreign and domestic, and without them there would be no America. So why does it seem that our very own government are turning their backs on these hero’s? In the news recently, was a story about one of our soldiers, a former Army lieutenant sentenced to 20 ...

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Times are tough – Obama causes drastic increases in electricity bills

Barack Obama

While Obama and his loyal media tell America that the recovery is in full-swing, the rest of the nation is about to suffer another blow as the president’s energy policy causes catastrophic changes to the electricity generation industry. According to a Fox News report: The energy industry and coal-producing states are projecting a wave of power plant closures in the ...

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Companies Getting Sued for Complying with Obamacare


The Obama administration has filed lawsuits against several companies for complying with the wellness provisions in Obamacare. Obama’s Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has filed suit against Honeywell International and two smaller companies for offering rewards to employees for taking part in wellness activities and penalizing those who don’t The law suit stems from the 1990 Employees with Disabilities Act ...

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Ferguson Prosecutor: Officer Wilson Will Not Be Indicted

Michael Brown

Monday night, Ferguson, Missouri Prosecutor Bob McCulloch announced that the Grand Jury looking into the evidence of the Michael Brown shooting had found no probable cause to try Officer Wilson for any crime. In a press conference beginning at approximately 8:14pm Central Time, Mr. McCulloch began by pledging his sympathy to the Brown family for their loss. McCulloch then painstakingly ...

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Two Black Panther Members Arrested near Ferguson in pipe bomb plot

Ferguson Pipe Bomb plot

Federal agents arrested two suspected members of the New Black Panther Party, near Ferguson, Missouri, in connection to illegal bomb making and weapons charges. The men were allegedly planning to use the pipe bombs during demonstrations.

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Obamacare Is Based on Fraud, Says Architect of the ACA


What the architect of Obamacare said recently was not surprising to those of us who have been critical of the massive legislation from the start. It was clear to anyone who actually studied the legislation, with even a modicum of logic, the smoke and mirrors that were used to mask the true intent and operation of the Act. What is ...

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Obama Legacy: No one wants to work

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Almost everyone agrees that the policies of the current administration are not conducive to job creation. What’s really eye-opening is that the current policies are causing a huge portion of Americans to find work undesirable. So why are more Americans not seeking work? The Pew Research Center has the answer: You might think legions of retiring Baby Boomers are to blame, ...

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