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30 Oct 2014, 9:41 pm

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Senator Mary Landrieu (D., NH) caused an uproar Thursday night after an interview in which she said one of the reasons Louisiana voters are down on her and President Obama is the racism and sexism of the South. Her opponent Republican opponent, Rep. Bill Cassidy lambasted Landrieu on the Kelly File

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Signs?

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“There have been backlashes, but never like this."

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The American Spectator

Michael Bay Might Make a Movie About Benghazi

Fresh off the latest Transformers movie, Michael Bay, it seems, is looking for a more serious film project. Thankfully, a serious project is in the works at Paramount pictures: a movie about the Benghazi incident that left four Americans dead, including the ambassador to Libya, based on Mitche

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The San Francisco Giants have done it again. They beat the Kansas City Royals 3-2 in Game 7 of the 2014 World Series. The Giants also won World Series titles in 2010 and 2012. This is the first time a National League team has done this the St. Louis Cardinals pulled it off in 1942, 1944 and 1946.&n
Cosmopolitan, clearly NOT content to keep their #CosmoVotes initiative squarely within the two-dimensional realm, has expanded their Get Out the Vote campaign to include a party bus full of shirtless male models who, because there is clearly nothing less insulting to the female intelligence, will e
After 10 seasons in the big leagues, Kevin Youkilis has called it a career. Youk spent the bulk of his career with the Boston Red Sox and also played with the Chicago White Sox and the New York Yankees before playing briefly in Japan last year. Youkilis was known for his intensity and his ability t

The Federalist

If You Strike Bill Maher Down, He Shall Become More Powerful Than You Can Possibly Imagine

The best way to deal with a bully is to beat him on his own ground. In Maher’s case, that means to let him speak, and to beat him in debate.

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Jews are buying houses in Jerusalem. Call an emergency meeting of the United Nations Security Council, pronto!
Call it chivalry or just plain manners, but men and women previously had a better framework for acceptable behavior, on and off the streets.
To all the people fulminating about that catcall video: have you never been to New York City before?

The Washington Free Beacon

Rep. Bill Cassidy Slams Landrieu For ‘Insulting’ Louisiana Voters

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Kansas millionaire Greg Orman is relying on Democratic campaign firms to guide his independent run for the U.S. Senate.

Big Government

Giuliani: Putin, ISIS Would be Afraid of Christie

Thursday on CNN's "Situation Room With Wolf Blitzer," the former mayor on New York City, Rudy Giuliani said it might be time to have a tough leader like Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) so our enemies fear us again like they did when Ronald Reagan was president. Giuliani was reacting to the video of Chr

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Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) argued “it will be incumbent” on the GOP to stop any executive amnesty by President Obama if the Republicans re-take the Senate on Thursday’s “Hannity” on the Fox News Channel. When Cruz was asked if the GOP has the authority to block executive am
On Thursday’s “Special Report” on the Fox News Channel, Washington Post columnist George Will offered an analysis that suggested Russian President Vladimir Putin is consequential in that he is motivated by anger and is more dangerous than the Islamic State in that he controls a n
Thursday night at Rep. Michael Michaud (D-ME), the Democratic nominee for governor's campaign rally President Barack Obama said the Republican Party treats woman like the female characters are treated in, "Mad Men," AMC's popular show set in the 1960's world of the American advertising industry. O

American Thinker

'Vote-Shaming': An Effective Leftist Strategy

Rush Limbaugh is wrong about leftists' "vote-shaming" efforts being a "desperation" tactic.  It's statistically proven to be effective.

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With the burgeoning host of diseases now entering the U.S., courtesy of Barack Hussein Obama, a witch’s brew of problems faces the blood supply quality
 Libya is today a dangerous place and a chaotic society with continual fighting among Islamist terrorists, Arab nationalists, and a host of regional militias.


30 Oct 2014, 12:00 am

Because of the arrogance of information and the glut on “experts,” we can no longer read with charity, with curiosity, only with suspicion.

Heritage Foundation

School Issues ‘No Trespass Order’ on Iraq Veteran Who Questioned Daughter’s Homework Assignment on Islam

An Iraq veteran was banned from his daughter’s high school after objecting to a required homework assignment about Islam. Kevin Wood, father of an 11th-grader... Read More The post School Issues ‘No Trespass Order’ on Iraq Veteran Who Questioned Daughter’s Homework Assignmen

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A long-awaited report from the Department of Justice’s inspector general sharply criticizes U.S. law enforcement officials for allowing a grenade trafficker for vicious Mexican drug cartels to... Read More The post US Lawmen Allowed Drug Cartels’ Grenade Trafficker to Move Fre
In a sign that Republican efforts to target the youth vote is paying off, a new poll finds a majority of young Americans who intend... Read More The post Poll Shows Young Voters Switching Allegiance From Democrats to GOP appeared first on Daily Signal.
Hopes for repeal of  Obamacare by a Republican-controlled Senate dimmed a week before the crucial midterm elections with surprising words from the man who likely... Read More The post Senate’s No. 1 Republican Explains Why a GOP-Controlled Senate Doesn’t Mean Repeal of Obamacare ap

Townhall.com

More Kurds Rush to Kobani

A Syrian Kurdish spokesman admitted that the contingents would not turn the tide, but said they represented an expansion of support for the fighters in Kobani.

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30 Oct 2014, 11:01 pm

I read a shocking headline today: "Ex-Con: Most Black Youths See Obama As 'Deadbeat' Leader." Is this an obvious outlier, or could there be something to this?


30 Oct 2014, 11:01 pm

Apathy toward indecent, uncivil, and immoral behavior has been the undoing of many a nation throughout history. Nations who replace a relationship with God for secular idols are quickly filled with individuals who are apathetic about how they treat others, and ultimately become nations marred by sel


30 Oct 2014, 11:01 pm

Is Your Favorite Company Cooking the Books?

The Corner

Will's Take: Contra Eric Holder, Potential for Voter Fraud Is Real

Responding to a recent study in the academic journal Electoral Studies, which concludes that 1.2 million non-citizens voted in 2008, columnist George Will noted: 1.2 million is a lot of votes considering we had a presidential election turn on 547 Florida, votes and the sixtieth vote in the Senate

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The Russian warplanes intercepted Thursday by NATO in the North Sea are Russian president Vladimir Putin’s objective, “which is to say that the Cold War settlement of 1992 is dead,” says Charles Krauthammer. “In that settlement it was understood that Eastern Europe was no


30 Oct 2014, 5:23 pm

Tom Menino, one of the longest-tenured big-city mayors in America, died this morning at 71. For an overview of the man and the politician, there’s no better resource today than the Boston Globe’s obituary, which you can read here. Menino was a Democrat, and not even a conservative one a


30 Oct 2014, 4:26 pm

New Jersey governor Chris Christie has a problem with self-control. It’s time the blustery governor takes a chill pill, stops trying to act like some character from The Sopranos, and learns how to act like an adult instead of like an over-amped adolescent trying to prove h

Red State

95 Theses

Happy Reformation Day y'all #SemperReformanda #PartyLikeIts1517A photo posted by Jonathan Catanzaro (@joncat) on Oct 10, 2014 at 7:20pm PDT Yesterday, as a friend noted, we learned how the media would cover The post 95 Theses appeared first on RedState.

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Why then, this is Hell: nor is the Staten Island Advance out of it. There are, on occasion, electoral races in which both candidates are of high quality and high The post Staten Island Advance endorses… Michael Grimm (R, New York-11). appeared first on RedState.
On Thursday, Louisiana's Republican Governor Bobby Jindal joined Governor Nikki Haley on a Get Out To Vote bus tour through South Carolina. After speaking to a sizable crowd at one The post GOP Governors Haley (SC) & Jindal (LA) On The Importance Of Voting In This Election #GOTV appeared first
We come at last to the home stretch, and that means it's time to consider again what the polls mean, what they can tell us, and what they can't. The The post Senate Breakers Report October 30, 2014 appeared first on RedState.
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