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23 Nov 2014, 10:01 am

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President Obama took a thinly veiled shot at Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential aspirations on Sunday, saying American voters want that “new car smell” and “something that doesn’t have as much mileage as me.” “I think the American people, you know, th

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VIENNA—Nuclear negotiations between Iran and Western nations are likely to be extended beyond Monday's deadline, according to Iranian officials who said that it would be "impossible" in ink a final pact before Nov. 24.

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New Black Panther ties?

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The American Spectator

¿Como Se Dice ‘Activist’ en Español?

In an email to members and interested parties, the nation’s foremost upscale Earth worship cult, the Sierra Club, asked all and sundry to write Caesar Obamus to thank him for allowing millions of citizens of other countries in the United States illegally to stay here as long as they please. I

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22 Nov 2014, 8:10 am

This is really hard to believe but it’s true. I am writing this just before midnight on Friday night. If I live, in roughly 72 hours, I will be 70 years old. I CANNOT BELIEVE IT AT ALL!!!! It seems like just yesterday I was a small child walking along Sligo Creek, playing army with David Scul
I did not watch President Obama's amnesty speech last night. However, I did read it this morning and would like to share my thoughts on it with you. Obama is in fine disingenuous form. Obama says "our immigration system is broken -- and everybody knows it" and then a minute later says, "Overall, th

21 Nov 2014, 9:57 am

The world is ending. Okay, it's not even close to ending, but if you can't be hyperbolic on days like this, and suggest that a single man can bring about the apocalypse with a seventeen minute speech that people probably confused with a cold open to the Latin Grammys, what good is being a conservat

The Federalist

Sorry, President Obama: Scripture Doesn’t Support Amnesty

Where’s the separation-of-church-and-state crowd when you need them? AWOL on amnesty.

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The Department of Justice/OLC legal memo justifying Obama's executive order power grab is fascinating. Here are 4 things you should know about it.
Obama is building a system in which everything depends on executive power.
All legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States – unless the President says it's important

The Washington Free Beacon

Bad News for Hillary: Obama Says 2016 Voters Will Want ‘That New Car Smell’

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VIENNA—Nuclear negotiations between Iran and Western nations are likely to be extended beyond Monday's deadline, according to Iranian officials who said that it would be "impossible" in ink a final pact before Nov. 24.

23 Nov 2014, 4:00 am

In Midnight in Siberia, National Public Radio host David Greene uses the Siberian Express as a literal and figurative vehicle to explore Russia’s heart. Travelling with his NPR companion and Russian interlocutor, Sergei, this book isn’t simply a travel book. Midnight in Siberia is a stro
Secretary of State John Kerry told reporters Saturday afternoon that "big" and "serious gaps" remain between the United States and Iran as both nations rush to ink a deal aimed at containing Tehran's nuclear work just over 48 hours before a self-imposed deadline for the talks expires. In between si

Big Government

Buffalo Devastated by Snow, Threatened by Coming Floods

In the last week, Buffalo has been hit by record amounts of snow catalyzed by lake-effect snowfall. In the Buffalo area, 55 to 88 inches of snow has triggered 13 deaths and stranded thousands of cars as highways have been largely closed. The snow elicited a call for over 500 National Guard troops

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While President Barack Obama's executive amnesty is unpopular nationwide, and only enjoys 47% nationally among Latino voters, Californians surveyed in August were broadly supportive of the measure. That marks a remarkable turnaround since Proposition 187, which sought to exclude illegal immigrants
BERKELEY, CA--Twiddling around twitter on Friday, I stumbled across a vintage story on the Big Game: the 117-year rivalry between Cal and Stanford. The 1990 tale spun a yarn about how Cal students tricked Stanford into canceling its own Big Game bonfire. It got me reminiscing on how
The Federal Reserve is conducting an internal investigation that is to last "several months" after criticism that the Fed is improperly supervising America's banks. On November 21, William C. Dudley, the former chief economist of Goldman Sachs and the current president of the Federal Reserve Bank

American Thinker

Barack Obama Exalts Wading across the Rio Grande

Barack Obama’s pre-Thanksgiving discourse on immigration gave five million people something to be thankful for.  Not so much the rest of us.

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One sees shades of the post-Civil War turmoil of the 1860s in today's immigration debate.  We must proceed with caution.
Prominent American research organizations may have violated the Foreign Agents Registration Act

23 Nov 2014, 12:00 am

Black Pete overwhelms the multiculturalists in Holland.

Heritage Foundation

Krauthammer Calls Obama’s Executive Action a ‘Gigantic Neon Sign’ Welcoming Illegal Immigrants

Fox News contributor Charles Krauthammer didn’t mince words when asked about President Obama’s decision to defer deportation of an estimated 5 million illegal immigrants. Watch... Read More The post Krauthammer Calls Obama’s Executive Action a ‘Gigantic Neon Sign’ Welc

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That sound you’re hearing from across the Pacific is the Chinese rulers and Beijing laughing at us. President Obama and the “green” lobby actually think... Read More The post Obama Just Got Punked by the Chinese: They Won’t Honor New Climate Change Deal appeared first on Dai
At stake in the fight over President Obama’s executive action on immigration could be the future voting patterns of Hispanics—not just of the 5 million or... Read More The post How Conservatives Can Attack Obama’s Immigration Plan Without Alienating Hispanics appeared first o
Before Congress recessed for the midterm elections, lawmakers announced plans to use the current lame-duck session to work on passing a bill called “The Achieving... Read More The post You’ve Never Heard of This Legislation. But If Passed, It Would Increase the Welfare State. appeared f

‘Gay’ DNC Bundler, Founder of HRC Charged with Raping Boy

Here we go again. Yet another high-profile gay activist has been arrested for homosexual assault on a child.

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The on-line retailer Amazon recently revealed the most popular verse in the Bible for Americans. No, its not the ubiquitous John 3:16 displayed on posters at sporting events everywhere.
A popular myth, perpetuated by Lou Dobbs, is that the best period of economic growth was during the 1950s when the top rate was more than 90%.
Apparently Nixon was so concerned with satisfying a Democrat voting bloc in St. Louis that he failed to mention that the investigation into the shooting had barely begun, and certainly no evidence had yet been developed that might merit a vigorous prosecution of the officer.

The Corner

America's Friend?

For decades now the State Department has been talking up the virtues of closer European integration, a stance that has made no sense at all since the end of the Cold War. Why promote the emergence of a political and economic rival saturated with such profound anti-Americanism? For, example, t

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President Obama rejected the idea that his executive action on immigration sets a precedent for future presidents to enact their preferred policies without Congress, at least if the policy were tax reform. George Stephanopoulos asked Obama in an interview airing on This Week about an a
The protests in Ferguson, Mo., on Friday night grew larger than previous days’ gatherings of protesters, despite the rain and cold weather. Police officers used a megaphone to ask protesters to leave the street outside the Ferguson Police Department or they would be arrested. In this vid

22 Nov 2014, 11:54 am

The Interpreter: When the Ukrainian crisis began, some commentators in the West suggested that NATO would not in the end fight to defend the Baltic countries even though the latter are full members of NATO by asking “who is prepared to die for Narva?” But now a senior US State Departm

Red State

Agribusiness hits the jackpot, taxpayers not so much

his will come as no surprise for anyone who was paying attention (see the RedState coverage) during the debate of the Farm Bill last winter (or any other debate on The post Agribusiness hits the jackpot, taxpayers not so much appeared first on RedState.

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Via the Washington Times: The Ferguson, Mo., grand jury considering the indictment of Officer Darren Wilson, who killed teenager Michael Brown during an altercation in August, left the justice center The post BREAKING: Ferguson Grand Jury fails to reach a decision appeared first on RedState.
Many of us have been aware of the travails of former CBS reporter Sharyl Atkisson who had her reporting on Fast & Furious suppressed by her employer because it got The post USA Today Reporter Susan Davis gets a bad rap appeared first on RedState.
Most of you are opposed to what Barack Obama did, but if you step back for a minute you will see it is not what he did, but how he The post It’s Not What He Did, But How He Did It appeared first on RedState.