Perry weighs in on New Hampshire Senate race to hit Shaheen on immigration

29 Jul 2014, 11:01 am

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29 Jul 2014, 10:37 am

(Paul Mirengoff)David Harsanyi tries to account for John Kerry’s decision to hand Israel a proposed ceasefire agreement, driven by Qatar (Hamas’ sponsor) and Turkey, so favorable to Hamas that Israel was bound not only to reject it, but to take offense. This is what Kerry proposed: &bull

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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R., Ky.) expressed his strong support Tuesday for Israel’s right to defend itself against Hamas and warned against any ceasefire propositions that in any reward Hamas for its “campaign of terror.” “I support any effort which brings thi

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The American Spectator

An Update on Ukraine

It was Soviet civilization, but it was still civilization. Eastern Ukraine does not even have that anymore as the civil war between the Kiev-based government and pro-Russian separatists has caused the remnants of law and order to crumble. The government has gained a foothold in the separatist-contr

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29 Jul 2014, 3:00 am

Many years ago, on my first trip around the world, I was struck by how the children in the Middle East — Arab and Israeli alike — were among the nicest looking little children I had seen anywhere. It was painful to think that they were going to grow up killing each other. But that is ex
The Republican National Committee will take up the explosive subject of the race-card playing radio ads in the Mississippi Senate GOP run-off election between Senator Thad Cochran and Tea Party challenger Chris McDaniel. The RNC is scheduled to hold its summer meeting in Chicago August 6-9 at the W
There was the embarrassing headline in bold, black letters: Detroit Tigers loyal to Lakeland. The Tigers, who have conducted their spring training camp in Lakeland since FDR was president, have signed a deal to stay on there for 20 more years.  Loyalty in professional sports? Unheard of. What&

The Federalist

Big Government Is The Borg, And Resistance Isn’t Futile

The primary reason to fight against big government is that its final destination is death. As in, murder. At some point, someone’s got to say it.

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The level of distrust for the validity of CBO's estimates is growing, and their latest step to game the accounting on Obamacare's ramifications is amazing.
Mixed news with this edition, as Republicans have weakened in North Carolina, strengthened in Iowa’s open seat, and we introduce a new senate elections graphic.
The anniversary of World War I's beginning is a good time to challenge conventional wisdom: Did the Versailles Treaty actually cause World War II?

The Washington Free Beacon

McConnell: I Oppose Any Ceasefires Rewarding Hamas for Its ‘Campaign of Terror’

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In a letter from President Obama to his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, the United States has alleged Russian violation of the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF), the New York Times reports.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Islamic State, the al Qaeda spin-off that seized wide swathes of Iraq almost unopposed last month, has released a video warning Iraqi soldiers who may still have some fight in them that they risk being rounded up en masse and executed.

Big Government

Vet Filmed Having Sex with Dog and Horse Struck of Britain's Veterinary Register

A vet who was filmed having sex with a dog and a horse has been struck off Britain’s veterinary register. Oliver Fraser Lown, of Kesgrave, Suffolk was found guilty of five charges of bestiality by the disciplinary committee of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS). The RCVS heard t

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It is apparent that under President Obama’s watch, existing states laws really don’t mean much, when you have activist judges imposing their ideological will on the American people. A Federal Appeals Court has just “struck down” the ban on  that same-sex marri
Female anti-gun protesters attended a July 26 Come and Take It (CATI) open carry rally in Austin, Texas, and showed their disapproval for bearing arms in public by baring their breasts in public. In CATI's video of the event, one bare-breasted woman held a sign reading, "More Boobs, Less Guns
David Ruffley, the Conservative MP for Bury St Edmunds, last night announced that he would be standing down at next year's general election. Ruffley has capitulated to mounting pressure and demands for his resignation since it emerged he had accepted a police caution for assaulting his ex-girlfrie

American Thinker

Do Corporations Rule America?

How do you begin to persuade a rank-and-file American that business is their friend and government is their enemy?

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For the first time in history, the U.S. is getting poorer.
The Daily Kos stumbles over its own two feet regarding climate change.
Serious nations need clear-thinking, mature, down-to-earth leaders. Somehow America and Russia have blundered into extremely risky leaders who can’t think straight.

Heritage Foundation

Capitalism: Good for Michael Moore and Good for You, Too

Filmmaker Michael Moore has been entangled in a messy divorce for some time, and some of the findings revealed as a result of the divorce... Read More The post Capitalism: Good for Michael Moore and Good for You, Too appeared first on Daily Signal.

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Consensus is growing that accountability is the key to success for ICANN—the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers. Earlier this week, the Information Technology... Read More The post Consensus Grows on Need to Address ICANN Accountability and Transparency appeared first on Dail
Texas Gov. Rick Perry compares the role of National Guard troops at his state’s border to the deterring effect that cop cars stationed along neighborhood... Read More The post Exclusive Interview: Rick Perry Says Deploying Troops to Border Sends a ‘Powerful Message’ appeared first
The recent Netroots Nation gathering, billed as a “giant family reunion for the left,” included a directive from one leader of a progressive state policy... Read More The post Progressive Leader Outlines Plan to ‘Take Down’ Free-Market State Policy Groups appeared first on D

Israel's Enemies Should be Our Enemies

As rockets continue to rain down on Israeli communities and Israeli troops act to quell the onslaught, I will be boarding a plane bound for the Jewish state to see with my own eyes exactly what is taking place.

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28 Jul 2014, 11:01 pm

Companies are fleeing abroad with capital, even as politicians point the finger of blame at institutions; institutions mind you that have a legal responsibility for profitability even if politicians believe themselves to have no legal responsibility at all.
One of the worst things about working in Washington is that it’s so easy to get frustrated about the fact-free nature of political debates.

28 Jul 2014, 11:01 pm

American diets are being bombarded with genetically modified foods. Big seed companies initiate it.

The Corner

At This Point, Obama and Kerry Probably Would Have Demanded a Post-D-Day Ceasefire

President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry’s obsession with ceasefires in Gaza has grown as tiresome as it is destructive. They yell “ceasefire” at Israel more often than a pair of cheerleaders chanting “Sis, boom, bah!” Their fetish is trite, unbecoming, and a

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After airing a new campaign ad showing her shutting off the lights at the White House, West Virginia Democratic Senate candidate Natalie Tennant tried to fend off questions about campaigning for President Obama. Appearing on Fox & Friends on Tuesday, Tennant was asked if she was “a fli
House Republicans won’t use the border crisis legislation to take a swipe at President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, but a bill “defunding it” might get a stand-alone vote. “There’s broad-based support for the supplemental as it re

Red State

Will the Chamber of Commerce Back Democrat Mary Landrieu?

Avowed enemy of conservatives and champion of corporate welfare the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is reportedly contemplating backing Democrat Mary Landrieu over Bill Cassidy in the LA Senate race. Per the Hill, New York Times columnist Joe Nocera may have inadvertently leaked plans on the part of the C

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On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss Alan Greenspan's opinion on market swings, if we just go from bubble to bubble and what to expect as the Fed raises rates. The post Alan Greenspan: Market Bubbles are Human Nature appeared first on
Salon justifiably takes a lot of flack around these parts for the many insane things they print, but this this piece by Bill Curry is worth a read as a damning indictment of the Democrats’ wholesale abandonment of populism in favor big business corporate donations. Some of Curry’s piece
The situation in Iraq grows more perilous by the day. The nation seems of the verge of dissolving into now only warring ethnic enclaves but warring ethnic enclave engaged in their own civil war. Barack Obama and his administration has stood idly by as the situation has spiraled out of control and a