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25 Jul 2014, 1:01 pm

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Blake Seitz A humanitarian crisis is unfolding on the southern border. That this is so, no one disputes. Yet Congress is about to go on vacation for a month -- to campaign, fundraise, cut negative advertisements and otherwise convince the public that their distaste for politicians is well-founded.

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Ashe Schow Imagine the outrage if an intern for a Republican congressman sent tweets referring to women with derogatory words, discussing sexual acts or disparaging religion. Keep that outrage, wonder and then read on to learn about a Democratic intern. Ben Gagnon, a 21-year-old intern for Rep. wa

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Sean Higgins A second judge has ruled Indiana's right-to-work law unconstitutional, a major victory for labor unions who complained the law places an unfair burden on unions. In the latest ruling, Lake County Circuit Court Special Judge George Paras also ordered this latest decision to go into effe

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The American Spectator

Why Abortion Will Never Be Mainstream

In 1996, President Bill Clinton stated that "abortion should not only be safe and legal, it should be rare." The far left has since changed its tone with a campaign to normalize and de-stigmatize abortions. The new website Notalone.us, founded by Emily Letts, the woman known for posting a video of

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They call it the “Texas Miracle,” though California doesn’t think there’s anything heavenly about it. Texas’s economic boom, driven by low taxes and a business-friendly regulatory climate under the cocksure leadership of Governor Rick Perry, is the envy of the rest of

25 Jul 2014, 3:00 am

We used to think, he’ll never talk alone. But that was before we got the picture. There he is, standing in the middle of nowhere to the southwest of the West Wing, at a mini-podium, next to a mini-table, accompanied by no one, not even the teleprompter twins. And he’s saying something m
A search for the good guys and bad guys of Iraq commenced during a hearing in the House Committee on Foreign Affairs with representatives from the Departments of State and Defense on Wednesday. Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki was the first "bad guy," in the view of Congress. A few representatives ar

The Federalist

The Agony of Jonathan Gruber: Michael F. Cannon’s Revenge

Does Earth-2 Jonathan Gruber also love birds?

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Many people are quite amazed to meet a pants-wearing, educated woman who actually favors the contraception-free life. For the curious, here’s an FAQ.
Putting the best teachers in the classroom requires more than raising teacher pay. In fact, just that could drive down teacher quality.
Visiting your county or state fair will cure you of worrying America is all snark and no bite.

The Washington Free Beacon

Michael Moore Fought With Wife Over 10,000-Square-Foot Home

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A Most Wanted Man is a rare feature: a relatively smart take on the war on terror that doesn’t devolve into ideological score settling.

Big Government

BuzzFeed Embroiled in Serial Plagiarism Scandal

Two anonymous bloggers using the Twitter handles @blippoblappo and @crushingbort, have apparently uncovered numerous instances of BuzzFeed's viral politics editor Benny Johnson copying and pasting text from other sources into his own work,  without acknowledgment or attribution. Thursday, wh

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AUSTIN, Texas—The Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR), which has the responsibility for all “unaccompanied alien children” (or UACs, as they are called under the Homeland Security Act), released statistics regarding the number of children who had been released to family and frie
Proponents of personhood--the political and legal proposition that the unborn child should be recognized as a person entitled to protection under the Fourteenth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, thereby making abortion illegal--have hoped that a state would enact a personhood amendment
Thousands of Hamas-linked terrorists planned to invade Israel on the Jewish New Year (Rosh Hashanah), which begins on September 24, according to an Israel security source.  First reported by i24news, “thousands of terrorists were meant to cross over to Israel from Gaza thr

American Thinker

Five Fatal Flaws of Solar Energy

Collecting solar energy will never play more than a minor and very expensive role in supplying grid power.  Here's why.

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An encyclopedia would be required to list all the examples of executive and governmental agency overreach.
How many millennials realize they are the lost generation, Barack Obama’s political cannon fodder, used-up in the battle to fundamentally change America?

25 Jul 2014, 12:00 am

The situation in the Mideast is not at all what most commentators take it to be -- but it is generally encouraging for Israel.

Heritage Foundation

Hillary Clinton: Russian Reset ‘Worked’

Hillary Clinton has no regrets about the Russian reset. Clinton told NPR’s John Harwood in an interview Thursday that she believes “that the reset worked.”... Read More The post Hillary Clinton: Russian Reset ‘Worked’ appeared first on Daily Signal.

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Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Florida, is blasting the Food and Drug Administration for its “job-killing” regulations on the premium cigar industry. Rubio cited the J.C. Newman... Read More The post Government Wants to Regulate Cigar Company ‘Out of Existence,’ Says Marco Rubio appear
As the civil-war-stricken Iraqi government continues to battle the Islamic State, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has been closely watching its substantial oil holdings... Read More The post China: Oil in Iraq Exposes Dilemma appeared first on Daily Signal.
As part of the ongoing military campaign in Gaza, the Israeli military says it is now focused on destroying underground tunnels that Hamas is using... Read More The post Q&A: What Are These Tunnels Hamas Is Using to Attack Israel? appeared first on Daily Signal.


Like a Hotel Burglar . . .

Our president and his crew of Great Minds have managed to "reset" relations with Russia, all right -- all the way back to Cold War times.

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25 Jul 2014, 12:30 pm

Russian president Vladimir “Teflon” Putin is on a roll—or so we’re led to believe by the media. The Russian president combines the slick machismo of James Bond, the cojones of George Patton and the craftiness of Cardinal Richelieu.

25 Jul 2014, 8:30 am

Just the other day when I was home in Dunn, a woman standing in the checkout line told me that she felt as though she had less money in her pocket.
Biden joked that he wished he had a Republican kid, so someone would be able to pay for his retirement… I’m glad to see Joe is starting to be honest about how Social Security really works.

The Corner

Four-Year-Old Banned from Donut Shop for Asking If Patron Is Pregnant

There is something to be said for social graces, but the reaction of the Donut Inn in Monroe, Conn., goes way overboard. WFSB-Hartford reports: Kids say the darndest things, but one local inquisitive 4-year-old boy asked a question that got him banned from a Monroe doughnut shop. “We were

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Read this article and look at the chart.  The author finds that, in the last ten years, national elections have been decided solely by how well Republicans did among voters earning less than $50,000 a year, a.k.a the working class. This author lumps voters of all races and ethnicities
A CNN/ORC International poll found that 13 percent of Democrats it surveyed want to impeach President Obama. Those Democrats are joined by 57 percent of Republicans and 35 percent of independents who support impeaching the president, according to CNN. One-third of all respondents to the poll
The Israeli ambassador to the United States accused CNN of omitting important details in its coverage of a shelled United Nations shelter in Gaza resulting in the death of 15 Palestinian civilians. Ambassador Ron Dermer challenged host Erin Burnett about why CNN did “not think that it

Red State

Could a Guaranteed Income Pull People Out of Poverty?

On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the war on poverty, failed government programs and if a guaranteed income could help alleviate poverty and kick start the economy. The post Could a Guaranteed Income Pull People Out of Poverty? app

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In most human endeavors the natural inclination is to reward success and punish failure. The fact that the federal government works in rather the opposite way is just one of the ways it which it differs from the universe most of us inhabit. In Washington if you want a huge amount of money the best
The mainstream rallying cry about the "War on Women" implies that "reproductive rights" is solely a woman's issue and benefits women. But, the truth is that women are targeted, experimented on, and even killed through "family planning" initiatives that encourage women, not men, to use life-threaten
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