We Need the CIA ‘On That Wall’ More Than Ever

15 Sep 2014, 3:00 am

The violent ambitions of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) have been condemned across the world: in Europe and the Middle East, by Sunni nations and Shiite ones, and by sworn enemies like Israel and Iran. Now, even Pope Francis has joined the call for ISIS to be stopped. The recent militar

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The comedian Joan Rivers died on September 4. She had undergone a “routine procedure,” an endoscopy, for an examination of her vocal chords, on August 28 at what is termed “an ambulatory surgical center” for outpatient surgery. She experienced cardiac arrest, was taken by am

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It may be thought that as an Australian I have no right to publish an opinion on American politics, but the whole world has an interest in who leads America. Your hopes and fears are ours. So, as one who has watched Obama’s policies of defeatism, retreat, and serial blundering with dismay, he

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15 Sep 2014, 3:00 am

It’s only been five days since President Obama announced his strategy which depends on a coalition of NATO members and Arab states to join with us to degrade and maybe someday destroy the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. But, as I predicted on Thursday, that plan won’t succeed. It has a

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The American Spectator

We Need the CIA ‘On That Wall’ More Than Ever

The violent ambitions of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) have been condemned across the world: in Europe and the Middle East, by Sunni nations and Shiite ones, and by sworn enemies like Israel and Iran. Now, even Pope Francis has joined the call for ISIS to be stopped. The recent militar

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The comedian Joan Rivers died on September 4. She had undergone a “routine procedure,” an endoscopy, for an examination of her vocal chords, on August 28 at what is termed “an ambulatory surgical center” for outpatient surgery. She experienced cardiac arrest, was taken by am
“We’ve always said, all options except for boots,” a State Department spokeswoman said last month. “That is still the case.” The catchphrase has become “no boots on the ground.” Nancy Sinatra used hers for walking. But what about our men and women in unifor
It may be thought that as an Australian I have no right to publish an opinion on American politics, but the whole world has an interest in who leads America. Your hopes and fears are ours. So, as one who has watched Obama’s policies of defeatism, retreat, and serial blundering with dismay, he

The Federalist

Stop Perpetually Flogging The Bridget Jones Voter

How the Right can start speaking to female voters on their own terms.

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12 Sep 2014, 6:03 am

Belief in the goodness of man addicts people to change for change’s sake and causes social polarization.


12 Sep 2014, 6:03 am

In so many ways we live in a depraved, modernist hell-hole, and yet the food is just absolutely incredible. Or can be, if you know how to take advantage.
‘Saved by the Bell’ was not ‘playful’ or ‘innocent;’ it constantly and blithely gratified some of the worst, basest inclinations of humanity.

The Washington Free Beacon

Sunday Show Round Up

Administration officials took to the Sunday shows to provide further details of the president’s plan to deal with the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS or ISIL), as the group released a third video showing the beheading of a westerner.

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Democratic California state senator Roderick Wright was convicted Friday on eight felony counts including perjury and voter fraud and was sentenced to 90 days in jail.


14 Sep 2014, 4:00 am

The vision embedded in the Founding documents of the United States was of a free and equal people. At the time of the nation’s founding, this was not so much a fantasy but—with the obvious and inhumane exception of slavery—empirical reality. Class distinctions were extant, but they


13 Sep 2014, 4:00 am

It didn’t take long for Jesse Jackson to come to Ferguson. By August 15, the civil rights leader had joined protests over the shooting death of Michael Brown just a week before. For decades, Jackson—and Al Sharpton—have been staples of such affairs, establishing themselves as the

Big Government

Why Are We Continuing to Send Foreign Aid to Countries that Have Their Own Foreign Aid Budgets?

Amidst the kerfuffle of the Scottish referendum, a Private Members’ Bill brought by Liberal Democrat MP Michael Moore passed relatively unnoticed through Britain's House of Commons on Friday. Moore’s International Development (Official Development Assistance Target) Bill will enshrine

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A group of British computer hackers are being tracked down by the FBI and face extradition to the United States, after calling in a series of terrorist threats across the States.  The group, two of which are believed to live in Scotland, are part of a larger gang calling themselves the &ldquo
Fifteen years ago, a drunk driver left Ben Rothwell for dead. The Kenosha cage fighter—34-9 in mixed-martial arts (MMA), 1-0 against the Grim Reaper—now fights for a shot at the UFC heavyweight title. The long, rocky road to stardom started on the road to his parents’ house. &ld
MISSION, Texas -- Authorities prepare to use “whatever force is necessary” to defend international bridges between Texas and Mexico from U.S. based militia groups. The preparations by Texas law enforcement agencies are in response to recently discovered plans by militia groups to attem

American Thinker

Iran is More Dangerous than ISIS

Iran constitutes a much bigger existential threat to the Middle East and West, while ISIS is just another terrorist organization.

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Talk to the average physician about trying to care for patients in the United States today, and you’ll hear exactly the same sorts of sentiments as those expressed by American soldiers faced with the task of “winning the war” in Vietnam some fifty years ago.
The two versions of Progressivism are fairly easy to distinguish from one another.  One is much more obviously insane.
How best to bring apparent "allies" to heel when they enable terrorism?  U.S. energy advances provide the answer.

Heritage Foundation

Obama’s Greatest Legacy: Remaking the Federal Courts

In President Barack Obama’s second term, the Senate has confirmed more than twice the number of judicial nominees than were confirmed in President George W.... Read More The post Obama’s Greatest Legacy: Remaking the Federal Courts appeared first on Daily Signal.

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After a video showing the murder of  a third Westerner by the terrorist group ISIS hit the Internet last night, a top Obama administration official said... Read More The post ‘Obviously,’ White House Aide Says, America Is at War With ISIS appeared first on Daily Signal.
James A. Baker III, who served as secretary of state under President George H.W. Bush, took issue this morning with President Obama’s strategy for “defeating... Read More The post ‘We’re Not There Anymore’: Former Secretary of State Wary of Obama’s ISIS Strategy
In the annals of cynical political maneuvers, President Obama’s decision to postpone executive action on immigration until after the election must win some sort of... Read More The post White House Views Hispanics as Mere Electoral Pawns appeared first on Daily Signal.

Townhall.com

Max De Pree has the answer to Ferguson

This is my third consecutive column about the shooting of Michael Brown, an unarmed 18-year-old black youth, by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri.

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When Barack Obama starts acting like a real American president and promises to destroy our countrys enemies instead of apologizing to them, you know he's worried about the upcoming midterms. He should be.


14 Sep 2014, 11:01 pm

Its harvest time! But oil shipments out of the Bakken are causing dangerous and costly rail delays for farmers.


14 Sep 2014, 11:01 pm

Last weekend several polls emerged that shockingly forecast Scottish independence from Great Britain is within the realm of political possibilities.

The Corner

Obama to Up USA Response to Ebola

This is the right thing to do, both for the suffering people of Africa and to keep us safer from the Ebola virus.

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14 Sep 2014, 6:39 pm

Want a paid media internship in DC early next year? Opportunities here.


14 Sep 2014, 2:50 pm

William A. Galston’s column from last week reports some interesting polling data on economic growth and income inequality. Surveys of 3,000 Americans conducted between January and March of 2014 by the Global Strategy Group found that fully 78% thought that it was important for Congress to p
The Washington Post has an op-ed today by Lillie Lainoff, a sophomore at Yale, on 2014’s “Hollywood obsession” with teenagers with fatal diseases. Ms. Lainoff suffers from “an autonomic nervous system disorder called postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) that cau

Red State

Congress Must Reject President Obama’s Plan for the Syrian Rebels

We as a nation must do something about ISIS. The organization is a threat to our national security. If we do not kill them now, they will come here to kill us. They are not a rational player. They are an apocalyptic player. They do not just have expansionist desires. They have desires to bring abou

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This week on the RedState Weekly Briefing Caleb Howe, Thomas LaDuke, Joe Cunningham, and I are joined by a special guest from the Ace of Spades HQ Decisicion Desk, or AOSHQDD. We will take a peek at the General election polls and also get a glimpse inside the mind behind the AOSHQDD. Don’t mi
It hasn’t been pretty watching the political culture of the United States beat itself senseless over the cruel realities of Islamic terrorism for the past thirteen years.  If the beginning of this process was the Bush Administration’s “Religion of Peace” rhetoric, the d
I find it fascinating that apparently there's now a real shortage of American flags among Democratic candidates. The post Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick’s (Arizona-01) campaign float spurns American flag for Mexican one. appeared first on RedState.
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