Rep. Bruce Braley, D-Iowa, seems to be very concerned about the threat of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria now that the election is drawing to a close, but it wasn’t always that way.
During the Sept.
Canadian Soldier Killed, Another Injured by Muslim Convert in Hit & Run in Quebec
Yesterday, two Canadian soldiers were deliberately hit by a vehicle in St. Jean-sur-Richelieu, about 30 miles south of Montreal. One of the soldiers died while the other is expected to survive. The name of the deceased soldier has not been released at the request of his family.
Police pursued the d
Yesterday, I had a piece up on the upstart Kansas City Royals.
This notwithstanding, I am picking the Giants in five. The World Series MVP will be Giants second baseman Joe Panik.
I do hope Bruce Bochy finds a way to get Tim Lincecum into a game. In four years, he's gone from Cy Young to Sigh.
The New York Times is again on the warpath against what it calls “predatory lending.”
Just what is predatory lending? It is lending that charges a higher interest rate than people like those at the New York Times approve of. According to such thinking — or lack of thinking —
Geert Wilders is the founder of the Dutch Party for Freedom, the fourth largest in that country’s parliament, and perhaps the Netherlands’ most controversial political figure. Wilders, whose 2008 film Fitna confrontationally opposed the encroachment of Islamic culture into Europe, has b
The Pros And Cons Of A Travel Ban To Fight Ebola
The Ebola travel ban debate reminds us that the fatal conceit of technocracy is the assumption that dynamic systems like human society are controllable.
Sen. Tom Harkin (D., Iowa) told the New York Times in a recent interview that he is not sure what the big deal is about his aspiring Democratic successor’s comments about Iowa farmers earlier this year—and appeared to predict that he will lose.
Cultivation of the illegal poppy plant in Afghanistan has reached an “all time high” following a $7.6 billion counternarcotics campaign paid for by the United States, according to government oversight investigators.
Despite the spending to combat growth of the poppy plant, which is used
Ebola Patient’s Electronic Medical Records ‘Glitch’ Casts Light on $25 Billion Obama Stimulus Boondoggle
The Dallas hospital at the center of the U.S. Ebola crisis has changed its story about an alleged glitch in its electronic medical records (EMR) system that it originally claimed prevented doctors from seeing that Thomas Eric Duncan informed his nurse he had recently traveled from Liberia. The hos
When President Obama appeared at a local Chicago polling place to cast his vote during the first week of Illinois' early voting period, the poll worker didn't believe he was who he said he was. The president appeared at the Martin Luther King, Jr., Community Center near his Chicago, Hyde Park hom
British foreign secretary Philip Hammond has criticised the lack of investment from other European nations into the planned £800 million Ebola fund, of which Britain has contributed almost a third of the total so far. So far responsibility for aid delivery to Ebola-stricken areas has been di
Disquiet amongst right-wing Conservative MPs is growing thanks to David Cameron's latest announcement on curbing EU migration. The policy, which is widely believed to be unenforceable, has caused outrage because it will be seen as a "cheap stunt" according to Breitbart London sources. One Euroscep
This is What You Get When You Reduce Everything to 'Activism'
Obama spends all his time doing politics, raising money and dividing people, and sensibly resting up on the golf course in between his exhausting fund-raising gigs. To hell with governing.
The military leaders of ISIS are following the same tactics used by Muhammad more than a thousand years ago
How Doctors and Nurses Suit Up to Fight Ebola, in One Video
For doctors and nurses treating patients with Ebola, protecting themselves from direct contact with those infected is serious business. During her Fox News show “On... Read More
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President Obama has evolved on marriage. Again. After supporting marriage as the union of a man and a woman until just before the elections of... Read More
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The “not guilty” plea entered Monday by Benghazi suspect Ahmed Abu Khatallah in U.S. federal court in Washington D.C. hardly comes as a surprise. The... Read More
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Most news accounts of the attack on Benghazi say it cost the lives of U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans. My nephew Sean... Read More
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Houston’s Mayor: Endangering Civil Rights
Tavis Smiley raised a lot of eyebrows this weekend when he spoke on ABC-TVs This Week news show, hosted by George Stephanopoulos. Smiley pointed to double-digit unemployment in the Black community under President Obama and said: If youre Black or Brown, other than saving the Democrats hide, what ins
Sometimes there are nasty surprises, just as there are with earnings, and sometimes candidates blow past expectations set by flawed polling just as Apple beat estimates Monday. For the most part, though, two weeks out from voting, candidates know.
Big Blue, otherwise known as IBM, reported a disaster of a quarter this morning, sending its shares lower and crushing the stock market in the process.
Does the Republican Lust for Power Know No Bounds?
Dan Foster alerted me to this little gem, from MoveOn.org:
If they seize control of the Senate this November, Republicans will use a little-known tool called “reconciliation” to get their way. Robert Reich explains in this new video from MoveOn.org. Please watch and share widely.
From NGI’s Shale Daily:
The elected Board of Supervisors in Kern County, CA, in the middle of the state’s oil patch in the lower San Joaquin Valley, was sued in California Superior Court last Thursday for allegedly ignoring environmental risks in approving a $100 million crude-by-rail
In the Washington Times, think tanker Curtis Dubay offers a tough critique (the headline is misleadingly conciliatory) of the Lee–Rubio tax reform. I don’t think that critique holds up.
Dubay’s main point is that the plan could and should have been geared more toward economi
What do you see when you look at a telephone pole? Nothing worth noticing? An annoying obstruction? A monument to American ingenuity? Maybe what you ought to see is a sign of America’s deep-lying racism, proof that even the most humdrum and seemingly benign marvel of engineering from America&
Hypocrisy is the Tribute Democrats Pay to Getting Elected
Via Allahpundit comes this incredible attack ad from MoveOn warning that if Republicans take the Senate, they'll use a dubious procedure known as "reconciliation" to pass bills through the Senate
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There are still plenty of vulnerable Democrats running for reelection to the House this cycle, and Rep. John Barrow (D-GA)Heritage ActionScorecardRep. John BarrowHouse Democrat AverageSee Full Scorecard29% of Georgia's 12th district happens to
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http://www.coffeeandmarkets.com/CoffeeandMarkets102114.mp3 Download Podcast | iTunes | Podcast Feed On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by John Daniel Davidson to discuss the Ebola outbreak in
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This election season has seen a number of ads that are real doozies in terms of flat-out lies and distortions. It's no surprise, with the number of politicians who are
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