Opinion

Obama’s God talk ‘doesn’t stand a chance’ in a polarized America

Obama’s God talk ‘doesn’t stand a chance’ in a polarized America

on February 24, 2015, 9:45 AM / in National News, Opinion

HT to Basil By Cathy Lynn Grossman   /   Religion News Service / National Catholic Reporter Washington – After taking heat from the religious right for saying Christians and Muslims have all committed horrors in God’s name, President Barack Obama is now angering the religious left with an upcoming White House conference on combating “violent extremism” that seems to focus only on Muslims. The back-to-back […]

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Senator Lindsey Graham: I Have No Doubt Obama Loves America and He Is A Patriot

on February 24, 2015, 9:34 AM / in National News, Opinion

By Tim Brown  /  Freedom Outpost South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham (R) is now testing the waters for a possible 2016 run for the White House. I’m sure some are still blinded to his corruption to the point where they would vote for him. I’m not one of them. However, over the weekend, Senator Graham used double speak to defend […]

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Presidential Appointment: Fatima Noor

Presidential Appointment: Fatima Noor

on February 24, 2015, 9:26 AM / in National News, Opinion

What ever you might think in regards to the President himself, you must remember the appointments he makes could be because he believes it is in the best interest of this country. While we don’t necessarily share those beliefs, we do recognize the dangers of his exercising them. We recently received an email concerned with one of his actions….. Meet Fatima Noor, President […]

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What Uncle Sam giveth, he can taketh away: Our rights are from God, not government

What Uncle Sam giveth, he can taketh away: Our rights are from God, not government

on February 24, 2015, 8:29 AM / in National News, Opinion

By Eric Metaxas February 23, 2015 (BreakPoint.org) — During a recent appearance on CNN, Roy Moore, the chief judge of Alabama’s Supreme Court, debated the issue of same-sex marriage with CNN’s Chris Cuomo, the son of the late New York governor Mario Cuomo and the brother of New York’s current governor, Andrew Cuomo. During the discussion, Moore said that “Our […]

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The News According to Devvy February 24th 2015

The News According to Devvy February 24th 2015

on February 24, 2015, 8:27 AM / in National News, Opinion

Many years ago I read a book by Ty Bollinger titled, Cancer: Step Outside the Box. I have many books on cancer and done quite a bit of research over the years. Whether you have cancer or know someone who does, believe me when I tell you, that book is one you must read from start to finish. Ty has […]

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Hanging Rudy Out to Dry

Hanging Rudy Out to Dry

on February 24, 2015, 8:23 AM / in Opinion

Back in 1987, this writer was invited by friends to advise them on a press conference they had called to oppose President Reagan’s signing of an INF treaty to remove all nuclear missiles from Europe. My advice: Deplore the treaty; do not attack the president. The next day, Howard Phillips declared that Ronald Reagan had become a “useful idiot for […]

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A Healthy Alternative to Federally Mandated Paid Sick Time

A Healthy Alternative to Federally Mandated Paid Sick Time

on February 24, 2015, 8:20 AM / in National News, Opinion

Should employers be required to give their workers seven days of paid sick leave per year? President Obama has proposed just such a mandate, but John C. Goodman offers an alternative that would truly help workers but without imposing costly, counterproductive burdens on their employers. His idea? Liberate health savings accounts so they can accommodate sick leave. Here’s how it […]

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Don’t Think ‘American Sniper’ Got SNUBBED By The Academy? This Will Change Your Mind.

Don’t Think ‘American Sniper’ Got SNUBBED By The Academy? This Will Change Your Mind.

on February 24, 2015, 8:15 AM / in Opinion

By Kaitlan Collins  /  Daily Caller Despite crushing box office records and earning more than $400 million, “American Sniper” won just one Academy Award Sunday night after being nominated for six awards. The Clint Eastwood-directed film was up for best picture and Bradley Cooper, who played American sharpshooter Chris Kyle, was in the running for best actor. Neither won, which […]

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Jeh Johnson’s Amnesty Lies

Jeh Johnson’s Amnesty Lies

on February 24, 2015, 8:00 AM / in Opinion

by Michael Cutler  / FrontPageMag.com On Sunday, February 22, 2015, Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson appeared on Fox News and was questioned about a conjunction among the impending defunding of Homeland Security, the president’s continuing push to implement a massive amnesty program for an estimated 5 million illegal aliens and the ruling of a federal judge in Texas to […]

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Giuliani Versus Obama

Giuliani Versus Obama

on February 24, 2015, 7:46 AM / in Opinion

By Thomas Sowell The firestorm of denunciation of former New York mayor Rudolph Giuliani, for having said that he did not think Barack Obama loved America, is in one sense out of all proportion to that remark — especially at a time when there are much bigger issues, including wars raging, terrorist atrocities and a nuclear Iran on the horizon. […]

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Moving forward to fix our broken immigration system

Moving forward to fix our broken immigration system

on February 24, 2015, 7:01 AM / in Opinion

President Obama writes in The Hill he’ll fight “any attempt” to turn back progress on immigration. An interesting play on Words……   Our immigration system has been broken for decades. Our country deeply values fairness, but our immigration system has become unfair to businesses, workers and families alike. That’s something I’ve been trying to change as president. We have focused […]

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Harry Brooks: Apparatchik.

Harry Brooks: Apparatchik.

on February 23, 2015, 7:00 AM / in Opinion, State News

By Rocky Top Politics Apparently, the negative publicity and the voter animosity towards Common Core is completely lost on Education (Admin) Chairman Harry Brooks. How else to explain the in-your-face slap at Core opponents by inviting the “architect of Common Core,” Marc Tucker, to his committee to deliver an unchallenged lecture on the virtues of Common Core. Oh, but wait. […]

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Race Relations and Law Enforcement

Race Relations and Law Enforcement

on February 22, 2015, 8:51 AM / in Opinion

  By Jason L. Riley  /  Editorial Board Member, Wall Street Journal Jason L. Riley is an editorial board member and a senior editorial page writer at the Wall Street Journal, where he writes on politics, economics, education, immigration, and race. He is also a FOX News contributor and appears regularly on Special Report with Bret Baier. Previously, he worked […]

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Who is allowed to insult the candidate’s patriotism and love of country?

Who is allowed to insult the candidate’s patriotism and love of country?

on February 22, 2015, 8:19 AM / in Opinion

By Ethel C. Fenig  /  American Thinker “Nah, nah, nah, nah, nah!  We Democrats called an American president unpatriotic first!” “No you didn’t, the Republicans did!” “Did not!”  “Did so!” Although you’re not likely to hear that exchange soon, it appears that the Democrats in this hypothetical taunting session are correct.  While the Democrats have their panties and their computers […]

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Battery Subsidies Reflect Poor Energy Policy

Battery Subsidies Reflect Poor Energy Policy

on February 22, 2015, 8:15 AM / in National News, Opinion

By Charlie Hewitt  /  American Thinker In a recent earnings call with investors, Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced plans to produce lithium-ion battery packs for use by homes and businesses equipped with rooftop solar generation. Tesla fanatics were quick to spread the news that this could enable customers to disconnect from the power grid and achieve personal energy independence. Before […]

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The Movie They Should Be Talking About

The Movie They Should Be Talking About

on February 22, 2015, 6:59 AM / in Opinion

  By Richard Daughty   /   The Mogambu Guru I was having a dream.  A wonderful dream, a magical dream where beautiful Hollywood starlets were pleading to seduce me, en masse, in return for giving them leading roles in my next blockbuster film, “The Federal Reserve Is Eating Topless Pole-Dancing Vixens Alive, And Horribly Destroying The Rest Of Us, Too.” It’s […]

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THE BRIEFEST BRIEFING ON THE COMING “MARTIAL LAW”

THE BRIEFEST BRIEFING ON THE COMING “MARTIAL LAW”

on February 22, 2015, 6:52 AM / in Opinion

By Elias Alias   /  Newswithviews.com MIDNIGHT RIDE: Are the British Coming Again? In 1775 the British government wanted the Colonists’ guns and sent the military to get them. Paul Revere rode hard the night of April 18, 1775, to let the Colonists’ Militia know ‘the British are coming’. Longfellow’s classic poem called that ride the “Midnight Ride of Paul Revere.” […]

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Giuliani says Obama had ‘communist’ influences at an early age

on February 22, 2015, 6:43 AM / in National News, Opinion

By Tristan Lejeune   /  The Hill Already under fire for claims that President Obama doesn’t love America, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani doubled down, saying Obama has had “communist” influences since an early age “He doesn’t talk about America the way John Kennedy and Ronald Reagan did, about America’s greatness and exceptionalism,” Giuliani said in an interview with […]

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Obama, facilitator-in-chief

Obama, facilitator-in-chief

on February 22, 2015, 6:29 AM / in Opinion

Another week, another ‘summit’ for the president By Matt Bai There was a time in American politics when the word “summit” called to mind Roosevelt at Yalta, Kennedy in Vienna, Reagan at Reykjavik. The fate of empires rose and fell on such summits. The legacies of statesmen were made and broken. These days, the presidential summit is more like an […]

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One Big Scammer Fraud Fest

One Big Scammer Fraud Fest

on February 21, 2015, 10:55 AM / in Opinion

Several years ago Trent Seibert with the Tennessean, wrote about a new ethics bill that was created behind the curtains, as I might say. “It is not surprising that a compromise ethics bill was pieced together by a compromise crafted out of public sight. That’s how business has long been done on Capitol Hill. Sen. Douglas Henry, D-Nashville, who chairs the […]

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