Rise of Ebola and terrorism a perfect storm for the GOP?

24 Oct 2014, 11:01 am

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The unprecedented lengths of some U.S. Senate candidates’ quarterly reports to the Federal Election Commission are preventing the commission from making campaign finance data publicly available, it said this week.

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Becket Adams Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz on Thursday rejected suggestions that President Obama was laying low, asserting that he had gone to stump for Democratic candidates in competitive Senate races this year. washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/beltway-confidential

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The American Spectator

Re: DHS Wants Your KC Royals Panties

I appreciate Emily for briefing us on this government sponsored panty raid. There are many things I'd like to say to Homeland Security, but they are unmentionable.

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Craig Shirley and Laura Ingraham have written a superb piece in the Los Angeles Times on the Reagan Time for Choosing speech  Among the important points the two made was this: … Yet in the face of the failed big-government Republicanism of recent history and the failed collectivism of
“I’ve never met a person in politics I disrespect more than Charlie Crist,” former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani said while campaigning for incumbent Republican governor Rick Scott in South Florida Wednesday. Strong stuff, even from Da Mare, who has never been a non-directive couns


24 Oct 2014, 3:00 am

The logic of Pope Francis’s claim that “God is not afraid of new things” calls for some comment, and the crossing of several pons asinori. First, if you are a Christian, it is a statement of the obvious: God, as God, is not afraid of anything. (Christ, as a man, was apparently afr

The Federalist

Millennials Don’t Really Suck That Much—Consider Ariana Grande

It’s time to shift our eyes to the new revolutionaries, the Millennials, who will become part of our tradition whether we like it or not.

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Heightened interest and concern about Ebola is not panic and the media really need to stop characterizing it as such. Besides, why trust reporters?
With the midterms looming, Obamacare politics are again prominent. But some Republican candidates find themselves defending that law.
We can’t both prevent and encourage suicide.

The Washington Free Beacon

Mark Warner Hides From Press Again After Forum

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The unprecedented lengths of some U.S. Senate candidates’ quarterly reports to the Federal Election Commission are preventing the commission from making campaign finance data publicly available, it said this week.

Big Government

Watch: Megyn Kelly Rails Against Infected NYC Ebola Doc

During special coverage Thursday night of a diagnosed Ebola case in New York City, Fox News Channel "The Kelly File" host Megyn Kelly criticized Doctors Without Borders physician Dr. Craig Spencer for his risky behavior in interacting with the public after having been in contact with Ebola an

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Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush reportedly told South Carolinians that Fox News annoys him.  Bush, a potential 2016 establishment Republican presidential candidate who has already come under fire for his support of amnesty legislation, Common Core, and potential tax increases, reportedl
It turns out Americans do not like watching a disloyal and backstabbing Sarah Palin hater who is mousy and boring, a 9/11 truther, and a raging liberal who blamed Rudy Giuliani's "incompetence" for the death of New York firefighters after 9/11.  The show's ratings have plunged 30% from where
Anti-Israel activists in South Africa placed a pig's head in the kosher meat section of a Woolworth's grocery story in Cape Town, rendering all of the meat inedible for Jews who keep kosher. The action by the Congress of South African Students was aimed squarely at South Africa's Jewish community,

American Thinker

Paul Krugman's Indefensible Defense of Barack Obama

For Krugman, an economically equitable society, drained of all prejudice and bigotry, where man pays obeisance to Nature and where its abundant resources are distributed equally amongst the world's citizens, should apparently be the goal of our presidents

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Whatever Vladimir Putin’s objectives may be in general, Russia while he has been in power has been more cordial, or less hostile, towards Israel.
If the GOP hopes to win in November – and actually make a difference afterward – it will have to stand for something!
The Supreme Court puts the kibosh on a last-minute attempt to play the race card in the 2014 Texas midterms.

Heritage Foundation

Can Facebook Predict This Year’s Winning Candidates? These 9 Charts Could Hold a Clue

Facebook’s massive reach and emergence as a top source of news make it a critical component to any political campaign. But even in 2014, with... Read More The post Can Facebook Predict This Year’s Winning Candidates? These 9 Charts Could Hold a Clue appeared first on Daily Signal.

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Students in a Nebraska school district have another item they may now incorporate into their senior portraits: their guns. At the request of parents, Broken... Read More The post School District to Allow Students to Pose With Guns appeared first on Daily Signal.
The past month has seen considerable news on the global warming front—the National Academy of Sciences found that the U.N. underestimates the amount of carbon... Read More The post How the French Fight Global Warming appeared first on Daily Signal.
Until he was the target of tear gas recently during protests, Martin Lee, founding chairman of the Democratic Party of Hong Kong, knew his city... Read More The post Hong Kong Democracy Leader Faults China for Shattering Peace, City’s Elegance appeared first on Daily Signal.

Townhall.com

Turkey Reluctantly Allows Kurds to Defend Other Kurds

Iraqi Kurdish leaders have agreed to send fighters to help defend Kobani, now that Turkey said it would allow them to cross Turkish territory.

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The Metropolitan Opera in New York City is hardly a site for hundreds of angry protesters. But they have erupted over their current selection, an opera called "The Death of Klinghoffer." Leon Klinghoffer was the 69-year-old paralyzed New Yorker who in 1985 was aboard the hijacked cruise ship Achille
When twenty-eight current and former Harvard Law School professors issued a public statement decrying the universitys new procedures regarding the handling of sexual assault accusations on campus, it may have been a game changer.


23 Oct 2014, 11:01 pm

Do you remember what real American leadership looks like?

The Corner

Grover Norquist on Rand Paul's Foreign Policy Speech: 'I Think I Just Heard Ronald Reagan'

Conservative anti-tax crusader Grover Norquist praised Senator Rand Paul’s foreign-policy speech on Thursday, comparing the Kentucky Republican’s vision favorably to that of President Ronald Reagan. Seeking to silence critics who call him an isolationist, the likely 2016

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In Judicial Watch’s FOIA dispute with the Department of Justice over Fast and Furious documents, there are some curious developments. The Department of Justice produced a so-called Vaughn index this week, which detailed the documents that had been withheld as exempt from disclosure under FOIA
In the latest sign that the Democrats’ fear-mongering on “women’s issues” is wearing thin, a debate audience broke into laughter on Thursday after NY-23 candidate Martha Robertson accused GOP incumbent Tom Reed of being part of the “war on women.” &l
What the governor of Ohio got wrong, and what conservatives should do about Medicaid: my new column for Bloomberg View.

Red State

Bristol Palin, Chrissy Teigen, and the misogyny of the American Left

This week has provided an interesting example of how, in the left's mind, the famed #WarOnWomen only pertains to women who are on the left or with whom they have The post Bristol Palin, Chrissy Teigen, and the misogyny of the American Left appeared first on RedState.

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For the third time in four years voters in Wisconsin are casting their ballots to decide who will be the next governor. Gov. Scott Walker was first elected in 2010, The post Democrat Only Parking in Wisconsin Early Voting? appeared first on RedState.
http://www.coffeeandmarkets.com/CoffeeandMarkets102414.mp3 Download Podcast | iTunes | Podcast Feed On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss Ebola's arrival in NYC, the The post Ebola, Ottawa Attack and Amazon Earnings Hit Markets appeared f
It certainly didn't take long for that system to break down. On Wednesday, CDC Director Tom Frieden announced new screening for all passengers traveling from one of the nations with The post New Ebola screening is an epic failure appeared first on RedState.
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