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Cindy Sheehan: Democrats support war because of “reverse racism”

Cindy Sheehan: Democrats support war because of "reverse racism"

One of the questions everyone has been asking since 20111, when Obama started his slow motion, unilateral and ineffectual wars against a lot of stuff in the Arab world, is ...

Secret Service Director Resigns– Open Thread

http://www.cnn.com/2014/10/01/politics/secret-service-director-resigns/index.html Julia Pierson, the first female director of the Secret Service, resigned her post Wednesday after a fence jumper gained access to the White House on Sept. 19 and a subsequent congressional inquiry uncovered other security lapses. Homeland Security Director Jeh Johnson announced the resignation in a statement. He also announced that the DHS would take over an internal inquiry of the Secret Service and | Read More »

RedState Interview: Rick Wilson and I discuss the Democrats’ Cruel Emails of Fear.

In terms of direct influence both Rick and I think these tactics are not going to motivate Democratic voters to go to the polls on Election Day.

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U.S. Soldiers in “War” with ISIS Not Eligible for Medals?

With 1,600 military “advisers” on the ground in Iraq, 2,300 of our troops being deployed to the Middle East as a “special purpose marine air ground task force,” and ongoing airstrikes being conducted in Iraq and Syria against ISIS’s jihadist army, it is absolutely stunning that our military personnel are NOT eligible for certain military medals.

Why? Because the Obama Administration refuses to call our fight against ISIS terror a military campaign.

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Bobby Jindal Schools a Biased Reporter on Evolution

Bobby Jindal

Governor Bobby Jindal was the star of a Christian Science Monitor breakfast on September 16. C-SPAN has the full video

During the breakfast he got an incredibly trolly question on evolution from a reporter hostile to his possible Presidential run. I love how he handled it, and more conservatives should emulate his handling of a hostile reporter.

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Senate Breakers Report and Governors Breakers Report: Oct 1

When we last left the Senate races on Friday, the state of the polling was consistent with the theory that undecided voters would break for the GOP due to President Obama’s low approval ratings and the consequent surge for the GOP in the generic ballot, but we had not yet seen enough movement to conclude that this was actually going to happen. We have new | Read More »

Elizabeth Warren: Money talks and populist bullcrap walks

If politicians “grow” in office, then Elizabeth Warren can now play center for the San Antonio Spurs and claim Japan’s Sumo championship title. Warren’s only compelling attribute, other than the high cheekbones that are a hallmark of Cherokee ancestry, is her reputation as an “economic populist,” someone who, like most rich liberals, spends every waking hour nannying you to make sure you are making the | Read More »

Don’t Panic: Sensationalized Ebola Coverage is Misleading

Ebola

EBOLA IN AMERICA is what the headlines are screaming. But it’s not… entirely the case. You see, most media coverage is wanting you to think one thing happened, when actually something else entirely happened.

The press is trying to mislead you to make you afraid, because fear sells. I don’t like press bias even when it’s apolitical, so I’m taking a stand against the fear mongering, right here.

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UPDATE ON THE EBOLA STORY: It Was the 24th

Thanks to Tammy Bruce for sending this along to me: Hi @EWErickson, on NBC Frieden of CDC just confirmed core of ur source story: Ebola man was sent away from ER 4 days before admission — Tammy Bruce (@HeyTammyBruce) October 1, 2014 This then goes directly to what my source said yesterday. The Ebola patient in Dallas did show up at the ER for the | Read More »

Hong Kong Explodes with Protests Over Beijing’s Expanded Rule

On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Dean Cheng to discuss the growing protests in Hong Kong, why Beijing is getting increasingly nervous about the demonstrations and what this means for the future of Hong Kong.

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