Genevieve Morton Knows How to Dance

27 Aug 2014, 3:46 pm

The unambiguously named South African Swimsuit dropped its version of swim smokes grooving to Pharell’s overrated hit “Happy.” Leading the dance, of course, was SI swim smoke and blog favorite Genevieve Morton. Check out those moves. This video, while marginally im

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Numerous news outlets have misrepresented the findings of a recent report by the Department of Veteran Affairs Inspector General. The report reviewed allegations that tie patient deaths to wait times at the Phoenix Veteran Health Care System (PVAHCS).

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Rep. Bruce Braley (D., Iowa) will attend a fundraiser on Wednesday with a trial lawyer who represented a retired Catholic bishop accused of sexually abusing children.

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The American Spectator

Now It’s Official

To the surprise of no one not on controlled substances, Rick Scott and Charlie Crist overcame weak primary opponents in a low turn-out election Tuesday to become the Republican and Democratic nominees for Florida governor. So it’s officially Mr. Sunshine against Mr. Clean (anyone who has seen

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Beijing Today China’s big cities look much like urban areas anywhere else in the world. There are cars, lots of cars. What I didn’t expect was to see a Christian “fish” on an auto. In traffic. In Beijing. Christianity is real, growing, and visible. “Religion is on the
Warren Buffett must pen another letter to his favorite uncle. The last one was a little too cloying. It was a personal missive, which somehow wound up on the top of the op-ed page of the New York Times on November 16, 2010. Here are a few of the key passages: DEAR Uncle Sam, My mother told me to s

27 Aug 2014, 3:00 am

It’s obvious to anyone paying attention that the trend away from party affiliation is gaining steam. In January a Gallup poll showed no less than 42 percent of respondents identified themselves as independent voters, with both Democrats (31 percent) and Republicans (25 percent) operating at 2

The Federalist

Radfems Versus Trans: A Different Breed of Catfight

Why would those we’d expect to march in a transgender rainbow parade rain on it instead?

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History shows how local, mutual aid fed hungry children, covered medical emergencies, and empowered working-class men—no formal government necessary.
Moral clarity in recognizing the evils of ISIS can sometimes stop us from asking hard questions about how we plan to deal with them.
Gov. Bobby Jindal has gone to war to oust the Common Core tests that extend the hand of the federal government directly into classrooms

The Washington Free Beacon

Man Threatens to Murder Children Due to Israel-Hamas Conflict

An Ohio school was placed on lockdown Wednesday after a man with a “heavy accent” phoned the school and threatened to murder children with an AK-47 due to the current conflict between Israel and Hamas, according to local police.

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Numerous news outlets have misrepresented the findings of a recent report by the Department of Veteran Affairs Inspector General. The report reviewed allegations that tie patient deaths to wait times at the Phoenix Veteran Health Care System (PVAHCS).

Big Government

Former NATO Supreme Commander: West Must Re-Arm to Stop Russia

Former NATO Supreme Commander General Sir Richard Shirreff said the West must wake itself up and re-arm if it wants any real chance of stopping "Russian adventurism." He said the West is making a mistake by talking big but not backing it up. He also believes the West shows its weakness in instanc

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The Los Angeles Times reports that on Tuesday, Mayor Eric Garcetti’s plan to raise the city’s minimum wage to $13.50 an hour in the next three years was confirmed by top business leaders in the community.  Gary Toebben, executive director of the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerc
Former President Jimmy Carter is the featured keynote speaker at this weekend’s Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) convention at Detroit’s Cobo Hall. The Justice Department recently implicated ISNA, which claims to be America’s largest Muslim organization, as the lead c
Tomorrow in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz will appear at a rally in support of Republican-turned-Independent-turned-Democrat, Charlie Crist. I can remember a couple of years back when 'DWS' was hating on Crist for being a "conservative Republican," but not that he

American Thinker

Conservatism's Family Snapshot

If we are to counter the Left's poisons, we must first win the battle of hearts and minds by showing that ours is the better road to achieving temporal happiness.

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27 Aug 2014, 12:00 am

The bullet flying over any Black boy's head is more likely to be fired from a firearm brandished by another Black person than by a cop.
Presuming that Islam‘s faithful warriors and shamans will give up their supremacist mindset by stroking their egos and stifling all criticism of their holy book is a dangerous delusion.
This is not a matter of ending Bush's war, though that's how Barack Obama sees it.  Rather, it is a golden opportunity.

Heritage Foundation

Who Was Missing From Acceptance Speeches at the Emmys and VMAs

The MTV Video Music Awards and Emmy Awards this week offered pop culture fans a foretaste of awards season, which — say those who notice... Read More The post Who Was Missing From Acceptance Speeches at the Emmys and VMAs appeared first on Daily Signal.

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August is supposed to be a quiet time in the metropolitan Washington, D.C. area when Congress takes its traditional recess and everyone else who makes... Read More The post Seriously? IRS Says Lois Lerner’s Blackberry Was ‘Wiped Clean’ appeared first on Daily Signal.
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Would it Kill You to Hire More Black Cops? (Yes)

As the story of Ferguson, Missouri, police officer Darren Wilson's shooting of Michael Brown begins to look less clear-cut than we were led to believe by Brown's friend, Dorian Johnson, the "voices of oppression" on MSNBC now say the real issue is that there aren't enough blacks on the Ferguson poli

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27 Aug 2014, 2:54 pm

Ebola isn't the only plague in this troubled world.
It should have been a no-brainer for the U.S. and Russia to cooperate to fight Islamic radicals in the Middle East. But even if you place the high-jump bar on the ground, some people will still manage to trip over it -- then insist on going back and tripping over it again.
This week is a true cause for celebration: the 19th Amendment was formally adopted into the U.S. Constitution 94 years ago, which granted women the right to vote. I am so thankful to live in a country that acknowledges the very firm, intelligent, and active voice and contributions of women.

The Corner

Krauthammer's Take: Obama's Climate Plan an 'Incredibly Stupid Idea,' But Any Agreement Would Have to Be International

On Wednesday’s Special Report, Charles Krauthammer reacted to the Obama administration’s efforts to develop a climate-change agreement among nations without the approval of Congress. Krauthammer said the idea that the Obama administration could think itself capable of shamin

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As Nat noted earlier today, Russia has apparently opened a new front in its invasion of Ukraine and begun openly shelling the country. In response, it seems that President Obama’s State Department has sent Kiev the most deadly weapons in our deterrence arsenal: #UkraineUnderAttack #RussiaI
Michael Hiltzik, a columnist for the Los Angeles Times has published a heated response to my piece on the intellectual and political background of the College Board’s changes to the AP U.S. History Exam. Hiltzik accuses me of being part of “the right’s effort to suck the teaching
Corporate inversions are in the news again after Burger King’s announcement that it will be buying the Canadian chain Tim Hortons. I wrote about why American firms would do something this dramatic a few weeks ago: The U.S. happens to have a highly uncompetitive corporate-income

Red State

Prayers for @PastorMark Driscoll

“I wouldn’t worship a god who couldn’t win a bar fight.” I’ve used that line and variations of it over the years. Mark Driscoll was the inspiration for it. It is a good and accurate line. In a day and age when many secularized voices within the church preach an emascul

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There are a lot of parenthetical asides in this post. I apologize. Of my musical influences, Pink Floyd is always at or near the top. I’ve discussed it before, but seriously, I do think of Roger Waters as one of the best lyricists of his time (during and after his time with Pink Floyd).
As detailed fully by Kelly Maher earlier this week, Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper is in a political dust up of his own making over the death penalty. Hickenlooper, who is seeking reelection this year and has a formidable opponent in former Congressman Bob Beauprez, recently said that if he is
You'd think that politicians would learn not to say one thing in public, and another in (presumed) private... The post Gwen Graham’s (D-CAND, Florida-02) two-faced position on #Obamacare. appeared first on RedState.