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Was Dead Terrorist Involved in ‘Friend’s’ 2011 Murder?

The UK Mail Online has a very interesting article on suspected terrorist Tamerlan Tsarnaev. It appears on September 12, 2011 Tsarnaev’s ‘very close friend’, along with two others, were brutally murdered in their apartment. The horrific crime has remained unsolved and without suspects…until now… According to the Buzz Feed Politics and the Mail Online: Boston bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev may ...

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Boston Take Aways

Boston was a city that had artificially seized up – made motionless and frozen in fear by 24 hour coverage. That same 24 hour news coverage, with its instantaneous updates, and conjecture-as-news, as exhausting as it was, provided us with a few valuable insights. The media and the government both showed themselves as highly amateurish at times, but perhaps most instructive, the ...

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Saturday Night Cigar Lounge with Taylor – April 20th 2013

When: Saturday, April 20th, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific Where: Saturday Night Cigar Lounge with Taylor on Blog Talk Radio What: Saturday nights were meant for cigars and politics. Hear Taylor and his co-host Liz Harrison talk about everything from the past week – from politics, to news, to books, and entertainment. Whatever comes to mind, and of course, sobriety is not likely. ...

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Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev – The Boston Marathon bombing suspect captured

Breaking: 7:50pm EDT According to live reporting on FoxNews: At approximately 6:25pm local time, authorities cornered the Boston Marathon bombing suspect, at 67 Franklin Street in Watertown, MA. After police had swept a residence, including a boat and shed in the backyard, the owner noticed the shed door was open, and that there was blood and bloody clothing visible. Authorities ...

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One Down!!!!

  The case of the Boston marathon bombers is certainly a bizarre one indeed.  Now we discover they are two Chechnyan muslim kids who came here at ages 9 and 16 and lived here for ten years. They were both on college scholarships and the older one was a professional golden gloves boxer with Olympian potential and studying engineering. The ...

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The Interview: Terry McAuliffe & the Boston Attack

This post is intended as satire, any likeness to real or imagined people is unintended. This is a work of fiction (A source within the McAuliffe for Governor campaign leaked a copy of this transcript from an interview with a New York Times Sunday Magazine reporter. I felt I owed it to my readers to give them an advance look ...

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Boston Marathon – April 15th 2013 [Video]

There is a time for politics, and there is a time for unity… We at Conservative Daily News extend our deepest sympathies to those who lost family members yesterday at the Boston Marathon. Our hearts and prayers are with those that were injured, and it is our hope that at least the physical wounds heal quickly.

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Mass General Medical Staff: Bombs had metallic fragments

In a press briefing on Tuesday morning, Massachusetts general medical staff discussed the condition of patients being treated after two bombs exploded near the finish line of Monday’s Boston Marathon. So far, physicians have performed four amputations and two more limbs are at risk of having to be removed. Stating that the amputations that have been performed were almost complete traumatic amputations ...

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Fort Hood Heroine: Obama Betrayed Us

Tonight on ABC World News Diane Sawyer will interview Fort Hood heroine Sgt. Kimberly Munley. New (and possibly disturbing) footage of the tragedy that killed 13, including a pregnant soldier and wounded 32 others will be shown. In 2010, the White House arranged for the Fort Hood sergeant and her partner, who managed to stop the shooter and his rampage, ...

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Politicking the Drones

Predator Drone

“I spent a couple years training soldiers to go and die in Vietnam. I know more names on the wall than ones that didn’t end up in granite from those classrooms. Now, I build things to keep soldiers alive.” My father said those words more than a few times during my life, when explaining why he worked where he did ...

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Hagel proving his own inadequacy

As Washington insiders argue the finer points on the merits (and demerits) of having Chuck Hagel as Secretary of Defense, the man himself had been running around for years proving that he probably isn’t the best option for the position. His abysmal performance in the confirmation hearings aside, Hagel has been wandering around proving his lack of basic knowledge necessary ...

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