Russia Again Flight Tests New ICBM to Treaty-Violating Range

31 Mar 2015, 4:00 am

Russia conducted a flight test of a new intercontinental ballistic missile earlier this month that some U.S. officials and security analysts say is a new violation of Moscow’s arms control treaty commitments.

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Turns out there are stupid questions. Last week, MSNBC fill-in host Ari Melber’s way to push back on a guest’s offensive comment that “nothing says let’s go kill some Muslims like country music” was to ask meekly, “There’s plenty of country music that

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31 Mar 2015, 3:00 am

Bias in the Booth: An Insider Exposes How Sports Media Distort the NewsBy Dylan Gwinn(Regnery Publishing, 256 pages, $27.99) As there is less and less difference now between tabloid journalism and so-called mainstream journalism, so there is less and less difference between news media and sports jo

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I’m a not particularly religious Jewish libertarian, which means — if you wouldn’t have guessed — that I don’t have a moral objection to, nor a public policy framework for, homosexuality. But the reaction by many others who aren’t social issues conservatives to I

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The American Spectator

The Leftists on the Sidelines

Bias in the Booth: An Insider Exposes How Sports Media Distort the NewsBy Dylan Gwinn(Regnery Publishing, 256 pages, $27.99) As there is less and less difference now between tabloid journalism and so-called mainstream journalism, so there is less and less difference between news media and sports jo

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31 Mar 2015, 3:00 am

“There are countries which are rich and countries which are poor. And there are poor countries which are growing rich. And then there is Argentina.” This saying, attributed to the 2010 Nobel Laureate for Literature, Peru’s Mario Vargas Llosa, is perhaps the pithiest description of
In the political game — humanity’s reward for forbidden fruit chomping in the Garden of Eden — all disagreements concern power: Who’s No. 1 around here; who gets the final say-so. The ludicrous, and disheartening, dust-up over Indiana’s new law on religious freedom sho


31 Mar 2015, 3:00 am

Bias in the Booth: An Insider Exposes How Sports Media Distort the NewsBy Dylan Gwinn(Regnery Publishing, 256 pages, $27.99) As there is less and less difference now between tabloid journalism and so-called mainstream journalism, so there is less and less difference between news media and sports jo

The Federalist

Put The Squeeze On Operation Choke Point

Unelected federal officials have bullied banks into cutting off businesses they don’t like, such as arms and ammunition suppliers. It’s called Operation Choke Point.

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Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy plans to ban travel to Indiana over that state's religious freedom law. Nobody told Malloy about his own state's RFRA.
You've got questions: How do RFRAs work? Why is everyone so mad about Indiana's? Do religious freedom protections hurt gays? We've got answers.
Ignore the hysteria against Indiana's religious freedom bill. Here are 10 actual Americans who used religious freedom legislation to fight for their rights.

The Washington Free Beacon

Russia Again Flight Tests New ICBM to Treaty-Violating Range

Russia conducted a flight test of a new intercontinental ballistic missile earlier this month that some U.S. officials and security analysts say is a new violation of Moscow’s arms control treaty commitments.

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JERUSALEM—With a possible agreement on Iran’s nuclear program approaching, the Israeli navy today hosted military reporters on a tour of its latest submarine, part of an underwater fleet reportedly armed with nuclear-tipped cruise missiles that will serve as Israel’s major deterren

Big Government

Pope Francis' Disturbing Cuba Activism

On Wednesday, President Barack Obama announced that the United States would be changing its policy toward Cuba, opening a Havana embassy and expanding travel. “Through these changes, we intend to create more opportunities for the American and Cuban people and begin a new chapter among the na

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President Barack Obama revealed his favorite film of the year to People Magazine in an interview released on Wednesday.  Obama named Richard Linklater’s Boyhood his favorite movie of 2014.  “Boyhood was a great movie,” he told People Magazine. “That, I think,
On Wednesday's broadcast of ABC's "World News," network report Cecilia Vega confirmed North Korea was behind the cyber-attack on Sony. “Tonight, ABC News has learned federal investigators have determined North Korea is responsible for the worst corporate cyber-attack in history,” Vega
Minnesota State Representative Greg Davids is calling for embattled MIT economics professor Jonathan Gruber, the "architect" of Obamacare, to return all $329,000 he was paid by the state of Minnesota as a subcontractor on a 2011 contract to analyze the state's plan to develop its Obamacare he

American Thinker

Downsize the Federal Government

The American people have identified government as our most important domestic problem, so maybe it is time to relook at the size and scope of the federal government.  

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Barack Obama wants to fundamentally transform something besides America.


31 Mar 2015, 12:00 am

It's Israel, a land populated by the eternally persecuted, that according to the U.N. eclipses all others in a world of egregious atrocity. 
There's an honorable reason why the rulers should play by the rules. It is a noble and honorable thing for a great man to honor the little people that must play by the government's rules, or else.

Heritage Foundation

How Lawmakers Could Reward Main Street

With more and more Americans feeling unheard and disenfranchised by a political system that works for the well-connected while doing little to address their anxieties,... Read More The post How Lawmakers Could Reward Main Street appeared first on Daily Signal.

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Gov. Mike Pence gained national attention when he passed the Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act into law last week. It caused the Twitter hashtag #BoycottIndiana... Read More The post These 19 States Have Religious Freedom Laws Similar to Indiana’s. Here’s What That Means. appear
Many supporters of Israel are understandably upset with the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions movement that seeks to encourage governments and businesses to boycott goods and services... Read More The post This Law Would Ban Companies Boycotting Israel From Getting Government Contracts. Why It’s
Over the weekend, Boko Haram carried out attacks in several towns in the northeast of Nigeria attempting to derail the presidential and National Assembly elections.... Read More The post Despite Boko Haram Attacks, Logistical Issues, Nigeria Completes Elections appeared first on Daily Signal.

Townhall.com

Dividends Provide a Safe Haven in Volatile Markets

Downbeat U.S. data has weighed on cyclical stocks during the past week. With the exception of the labor market data, most data has been consistently soft.

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When asked who the Vice President of the United States is most people usually hesitate, smile and simply shake their head. To ask who the following men were the response would be almost incomprehensible but most assuredly laughable. Jay Cooke Daniel Drew James Fish Andrew Mellon JP Morgan Jos
NEW YORK -- This being the 50th anniversary of the film "The Sound of Music," please permit me a poor adaption of a few of its song lyrics, which fit in nicely with our current political climate.
It was supposed to be all private money but alas even in death Teddy Kennedy has found a way to take from the American taxpayer. That the money is going to his own self aggrandizement would have pleased him. That the money came from defense would have pleased him even more.

The Corner

Krauthammer's Take: 'Farcical Excuses from a Desperate Administration' on Iran Negotiations

It’s “one cave after another” from the Obama administration when it comes to nuclear negotiations with Iran, says Charles Krauthammer, and the excuses are becoming more and more absurd. The latest cave, Krauthammer said on Monday’s Special Report, is over assurances that

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Watching the protests against Indiana’s new religious freedom law this week, I have been struck by something rather interesting: namely, by how abundantly happy people who are usually critical of corporations have been to recruit them to their side in this case. Reporting on the “backla
My latest on the Hillary e-mail controversy is on the front page. It discusses a recent letter from her attorney to Benghazi Select Committee Chair Trey Gowdy, in which it is disclosed that her server has been wiped clean of any e-mails deemed private by her legal team. A footnote to that letter tha


30 Mar 2015, 1:16 pm

A longtime reader of ours wrote a note in response to something I wrote about Rush Limbaugh and the defamation of him in a concert hall. I thought others would like to see it: Dear Jay, I grew up in Dayton, Ohio, in the ’60s. As a child, teenager, and young man there, I heard plenty of ope

Red State

You Don’t Need a Rainbow Sticker to Let People Know You’re Black

To recap: Tim Cook (please, please click this link) and the left are happy to do business in countries that stone to death or otherwise jail gay people, but will not do business with Indiana, which merely passed a law insisting that the “free exercise” clause of the first amendment be o

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He do have some conservatives in DC, and Louie Gohmert is pushing Obama’s FCC on Net Neutrality. He told Obama’s rubberstamp, Tom Wheeler, “You’re playing God with the Internet.” And he’s making great points on innovation. Innovation is the life blood of gro
Phelim McAleer, who along with Ann Mcelhinney brought us “Not Evil, Just Wrong” and “FrackNation” is the man behind a new and daring production to hit the stage. “Ferguson: The Play” will be a live, stage reenactment of the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, Mis
Call me an optimist? Sure. It's a fair cop. The post A *dirty* Democratic primary season may still happen! appeared first on RedState.
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