Chris Matthews: Didn’t Obama tell us it was “unlikely” Ebola would come to America?

1 Oct 2014, 1:01 pm

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A new ad campaign attempts to use “culturally relevant” themes that millennial voters can relate to in order to win over the youth vote in the upcoming midterm elections. The College Republican National Committee launched on Wednesday a $1 million digital ad campaign that uses shows tha

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A Colorado insider said Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper has done “everything you could possibly do wrong” in his campaign against his Republican challenger Bob Beauprez, MSNBC’s Kasie Hunt reported. “He’s angered some Democrats over gun control; he’s also gotte

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"Based on the video, I have enough concerns to call for an internal investigation..."

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The American Spectator

The Next Time the Obama WH Tells Reporters They Can't Interview People

Earlier this week, First Lady Michelle Obama went to Milwaukee to make a speech on behalf of Mary Pratt, the Democrat gubernatorial candidate challenging Scott Walker. Prior to the event, aides for both the White House and the Pratt campaign told reporters they could not interview anyone in the cr

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The Democrats’ biggest worry heading toward November is Obama’s fall from grace with his base. This could make things even worse for them than currently expected. Democrats’ only hope to offset Republicans’ anticipated midterm surge is their base’s high turnout. Howeve
Not so long ago the Left was mocking Oklahoma for joining the “anti-Sharia movement,” treating its worries about creeping radical Islam in America as paranoid. Liberals chortled over the silliness of the state’s measure to prevent judges from considering Sharia law in any of their
Let’s see if we can all agree on a few points: 1. Whether our leaders wish to accept it or not, it is a fact that throughout America’s history, including current times, there have been and are people who do not subscribe to our way of life and wish to destroy us. Such people have been a

The Federalist

Voting Is Already Way Too Easy

As Americans, we must make sure that democracy is equally onerous for all races and creeds.

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President Obama's team has added meat to his My Brother's Keeper initiative. Here's a deprecatory ode.
With several notable exceptions, ‘A Skeptic’s Guide to Climate Change’ is a welcome departure from alarmist climate-change rhetoric.
With five weeks to go until the elections, here's a rundown on how the Senate races look.

The Washington Free Beacon

Republicans Target Millennial Voters With ‘Say Yes To The Dress’ Ad

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Big Government

U.S. Professor: Blame Climate Change for Islamic State

A New York professor has discovered the real reason for the rise and rise of Islamic State in Syria and Iraq: not Islamist fundamentalism, death-cult nihilism or regional power struggles but climate change. Charles B Strozier, Professor of History at the City University of New York, enlarges on hi

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Wednesday at a Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital news conference, Gov. Rick Perry said "some school-age children" had been identified as having contact with the man diagnosed with the first case of Ebola in the United States. Perry said, "Today, we learned that some school-aged children have been
Russian state media has developed a reputation for absurd interpretations of international news events that may shed unfavorable light on the control the Russian government has on expression and politics in the nation. The burgeoning protests in Hong Kong are no different-- these, the Russian gove
HOUSTON, Texas -- The ambulance crew that transported America’s first Ebola patient to the hospital has been placed in quarantine as a precaution. The quarantine is a precaution to make certain no one else is exposed in the event the crew became infected during transportation of the patient.

American Thinker

Oklahoma Terror and Gun Control

The Oklahoma beheading doesn’t just undermine the Leftist narrative of Muslims as a persecuted minority -- it also presents a problem on the issue of gun control.

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When the royal invalids come to town, hundreds of thousands of individuals are inconvenienced; frustration rises, and time and money are lost.
Saudi Arabia discovers the truth of the ancient Arab proverb, 'the enemy of my enemy is my friend'.
Republicans just don’t get it; it’s not personal, it’s all about power.

Heritage Foundation

Dropping the TSA: 19th Airport Joins More Efficient Private Screening Program

Tired of long lines at TSA airport checkpoints? Today, the Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB) began a transition to private security screeners rather than Transportation... Read More The post Dropping the TSA: 19th Airport Joins More Efficient Private Screening Program appeared first on Da

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One small Virginia town is the target of a racial discrimination complaint from a fair housing group and a shuttered college that would have benefited from a plan... Read More The post Saying ‘No’ to Undocumented Minors Lands Town in Hot Water appeared first on Daily Sign
Jeb Spaulding’s unexpected departure as secretary of the Vermont Agency of Administration spells the loss of one of Gov. Peter Shumlin’s trusted advisers at a... Read More The post Job Losses Adding Up in America’s Most Liberal State appeared first on Daily Signal.
This week marks the 10th anniversary of the first operational deployment of the Ground-Based Midcourse Defense (GMD) system, the only ballistic missile defense system that... Read More The post Happy Birthday, Long-Range U.S. Missile Defense! appeared first on Daily Signal.

Townhall.com

Hillary vs. the GOP Field of Dreams

People love the perception of Hillary Clinton because her record is as thin as the bench of Republicans who have hinted at taking a run for president in 2016.

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THERE IS a transfixing passage in the High Holy Day liturgy, recited on Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, and Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, which depicts God sitting in judgment of mankind, reviewing each person's deeds and deciding who will live and who will die.
In a recent stunt that flamed out, Netflix led an online effort to incite their consumers into taking action on net neutrality that would ultimately benefit the companys own bottom-line. The company tried to fake a slowdown of the Internet on its site to mimic what they claim could happen without ne


1 Oct 2014, 10:00 am

Weakening the Islamic State while strengthening the Islamic Republic would be a blunder of historic proportions.

The Corner

Why California's Plastic-Bag Ban Won't Help the Environment

Yesterday, California became the first state to ban plastic grocery bags entirely. In a statement signing the ban into law, Governor Jerry Brown argued that “This bill is a step in the right direction — it reduces the torrent of plastic polluting our beaches, parks, and even the vast oc

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1 Oct 2014, 1:00 pm

National Review Online is looking for a freelance news aggregator. The work will involve reading lots of articles and compiling links. Applicants must be available early in the morning, and should send a résumé and a cover letter to editorial.applications (at) nationalreview.com. Plea
An emotional Montel Williams implored a special congressional panel to tirelessly pursue Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi’s freedom after six months of imprisonment in a Mexican jail, angrily asking how the representatives dare to send soldiers off to war while ignoring the plight o

Red State

Bobby Jindal Schools a Biased Reporter on Evolution

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

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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
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 a
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 lik
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