President Obama on ISIS: ‘Fetch Me My Brown Pants!’

28 Aug 2014, 10:09 pm

Obama's stunning "no strategy" press conference will be remembered not for its fashion faux pas but for projecting weakness and a lack of direction.

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(Paul Mirengoff)The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit heard oral argument yesterday in the case of Davis v. Guam. The hearing occurred in Guam, the first time the Ninth Circuit has sat there since 2002. Mr. Davis, a resident of Guam, attempted to register to vote in a plebiscite o

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28 Aug 2014, 9:41 pm


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"I don't think she lives there."

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The American Spectator

Donald Trump Takes Ice Bucket Challenge: Dares Obama

So Homer Simpson and Mike  Tyson challenged Donald Trump to take the ice bucket challenge. Now, in typical Trump style, The Donald has taken the challenge. Yes, you read that right. Take a look right here and you will see Donald Trump get dumped on — hair and all — by Miss Universe

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Democrats are engaging in wishful thinking by claiming Republicans want Obama impeached. Democrats’ reality is that they are stuck with Obama. He has become their biggest political liability, which is only likely to get worse. The only thing that can save them is a Republican misstep. Obama i
No doubt, Champagne corks were popping on the Champs Elysées this week to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Paris from the prolonged four-year German occupation in World War II. Despite repeated orders from Hitler that the French capital “must not fall into the enemy&

28 Aug 2014, 3:00 am

For the past 25 years, the Bard Summer Music Festival has offered classical music lovers a unique way to spend summer vacations: two weekends in August packed with concerts and lectures focused on the life and work of one composer. This year, to celebrate its 25th anniversary, Bard staged a Schuber

The Federalist

President Obama on ISIS: ‘Fetch Me My Brown Pants!’

Obama's stunning "no strategy" press conference will be remembered not for its fashion faux pas but for projecting weakness and a lack of direction.

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As the Constitution probably says somewhere, when you deem an issue super important feel free to ignore the rest of this nonsense and do what’s “right.”
Libertarians and conservatives must join hands to protect the Constitution, or lose it.
Holding the 2024 Olympics in Washington, D.C. would be a civic and moral abomination.

The Washington Free Beacon

Iran Begins Arming Palestinian Terrorists

Iranian military leaders say that they have begun weapons deliveries to Palestinian terrorists in the West Bank and elsewhere in the region after months of promising increased military support for Israel’s enemies, according to regional reports.

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Former Rep. Ron Paul said he believes the U.S. government had prior knowledge of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and has kept this information hidden in a classified section of the 9/11 Commission report.

Big Government

Sessions: We've Got to Stand Up to Sanctuary States, Cities; Suggests Funding Reductions

On Mark Levin’s Thursday radio show, Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) discussed the potential of President Barack Obama granting amnesty to 5 to 6 million illegal aliens by executive fiat. Sessions argued it would be an abuse of power by the White House and said it was intention to act legislative

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Awww, look who's got a new pen pal!  None other than Major Nidal Hasan, the Fort Hood shooter, who is inexplicably still capable of such activities as sending letters, and breathing.  The world's most infamous perpetrator of "workplace violence" wants to join ISIS, as Fox News reported af
Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) slammed President Barack Obama’s foreign policy, and characterized him as “Barney Fife” who has “his head buried in a hole somewhere on the first green” on Thursday’s broadcast of “Hannity” on the Fox News Channel. &nbs
There was some pretty wild talk coming out of Amazon a while back about using unmanned aerial vehicles to deliver packages.  It turns out Google wants to play too, and is already has a drone test program well under way.  The existence of this top-secret program was officially announced on

American Thinker

Finally, Abstinence Triumphs!

The triumph of abstinence education should be encouraging to pro-life, pro-marriage, and pro-family activists, scholars, and legislators.

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The idea is magic, in that it’s transformative and incredibly illustrative – and fanciful in that it’s never going to happen.

28 Aug 2014, 12:00 am

The intellectual playbook about race relations in America, the theory intellectuals embrace, is and has been for a long time the novel To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee.
Some of the biggest, most prominent Israel supporters who are also Jewish have remained silent – specifically Steven Spielberg, David Geffen, Jeffrey Katzenberg, and Barbra Streisand.

Heritage Foundation

Tot Is Family’s Sole Survivor as ISIS Terrorists Target Iraqi Town

After escaping a terrorist-besieged Iraqi town with his family, 2-year-old Hassan was wounded when a suicide bomb went off near a mosque. The blast in the... Read More The post Tot Is Family’s Sole Survivor as ISIS Terrorists Target Iraqi Town appeared first on Daily Signal.

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An education option that better targets resources, empowers parents, and tailors a student’s learning experience specifically to his needs—while also enabling families to save for... Read More The post Education Savings Accounts: Enabling Customized Learning appeared first on Daily Sign
States are ill equipped to detect and report food stamp fraud in the digital age, including attempts to sell benefits for cash, alcohol and other... Read More The post In Digital Age, Government Fails to Trace Food Stamp Fraud Online appeared first on Daily Signal.
California’s at it again. On Labor Day, Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti is expected to announce a three-year series of hikes to the city’s minimum... Read More The post This City May Hike Minimum Wage to $13.25 an Hour appeared first on Daily Signal.

Lower Tax Rates vs. Targeted Tax Credits, Part II

I wrote a column for the Wall Street Journal last week about the policy debate over whether its better to lower tax rates or to provide targeted tax cuts for parents. I wasnt surprised to learn that not everyone agreed with my analysis.

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28 Aug 2014, 11:01 pm

Almost everyone recognizes the importance of planning.
The hedge fund industry is enduring yet another difficult year. Once renowned for risk-loving cowboy trading and double-digit percentage returns, hedge funds have failed to live up to their reputation as money-making machines.
A mob is a mob...

The Corner

Choosing to Remain Silent?

Some words from a pastor in Washington, D.C.

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The decision by a Utah court yesterday regarding polygamy law only finalized a decision the court had made in December 2013, officially closing the case so the state can appeal to the Tenth Circuit. A key point to remember: Polygamy is not now legal in Utah. One way to look at it is that Utah
On Thursday’s Special Report, Charles Krauthammer reacted to President Obama’s statement, “I don’t want to put the cart before the horse—we don’t have a strategy yet,” about the United States’ effort against the Islamic State. Krauthammer said
​Within a couple hours of President Obama’s telling reporters that “we don’t have a strategy yet” for taking on the Islamic State, White House press secretary Josh Earnest clarified that President Obama does have a strategy, or at least part of one. He told CNN that

Red State

Rep. Annie Kuster (D, New Hampshire-02) can’t find an actual Republican supporter?

Meet Robin Partello. And who is she?  Well, she was someone who was featured as a Republican offering praise for Annie Kuster in a recent campaign ad for New Hampshire’s Second District. Just one, small, teeny-tiny problem: Woman in @RepAnnieKuster ad claims to be Republican, but Nashua

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The Montana Senate race has been perhaps the most interesting contest thus far in the 2014 Senate election cycle. Original nominee, and sitting interim Senator, John Walsh was busted for plagiarism on a 14 page (!) Master’s thesis*. Sensing that this might be a liability on the campaign trail
Garrett Epps, writing yesterday in The Atlantic, unleashed a nakedly partisan and brazenly inaccurate attack on the Supreme Court that is transparently designed to sway the way the Justices decide the Halbig case. The headline of Epps’ piece blaringly decries “The Ex

28 Aug 2014, 10:00 am

Of course I wrote  that with malice aforethought.  What’s the point of this gig if I can’t insert a needle here or there? That doesn’t detract from the slightly dark humor coming from this appearance of Maddow on MSNBC *: Rachel Maddow made a rare daytime

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