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Starbucks Ditches #RaceTogether Campaign after Social Media Backlash

The #RaceTogether campaign was to encourage the discussion of race relations among Starbucks customers, and comes as no surprise given Starbucks’ political leanings and culture, but social media backlash to not be lectured seemed to have changed Starbucks’ opinion on it.

Obama’s “Success”: Yemen, Once Hailed by Obama, now Descending into Civil War

The infighting between rebels and government troops have intensified so much that the U.S. withdrew its special forces in Yemen, leaving the U.S. without intelligence capabilities in Yemen.

Jeb Bush Advisor gives Keynote Address to anti-Israel Group

One of Jeb Bush’s advisors, James Baker, will speak to the anti-Israel group J Street later today. He served under Jeb’s father, George H.W., as a Secretary of State.

Ted Cruz announces 2016 Bid via Twitter

It was an interesting medium to use, but once he tweeted about a major announcement earlier on Sunday, everyone guessed it was to announce his presidential bid.  

VIDEO: Obama blames Social Media, 24-Hour News Cycle for Hyping Crises under His Watch

The “constant” news cycle is to blame for thinking he’s been in charge while crises continue to pile up under his watch, at least according to President Obama during his Huffington Post interview.

Reconsidering My August Post on Ferguson and ‘Conflicting Accounts’

Although the sourcing was unfortunately fuzzy, the law-enforcement information was important to include

Why Can’t President Obama Put Iran in a Box?

What ever happened to the “box”? Remember what the Democrats said about Saddam Hussein? Wait . . . that’s a confusing question. One must clarify whether we’re talking about when a Democratic administration was bombing a pharmaceutical...Show More Summary

Journalists have to decide what to do about candidates who are climate change denialists

Claims that climate science is a hoax, that human action is not a factor: these are not just positions in a political debate. They are ways of saying — saying to the press — hey, the evidence doesn’t matter. In October of last year, the New York Times ran an in-house interview with its own […]

Fox, CNN and MSNBC Agree: “We’re for Gay Rights”

The theme for the latter event is “Coming Home,” a reference to San Francisco’s reputation as the “Gay Capital of the U.S.”

Obama’s Fracking Rules Make It Tough to Frack

The Obama administration released a new set of rules regarding the oil extraction practice known as fracking, or hydraulic fracturing. Many supporters of fracking saw the new crackdown on their industry as another attempt to shut them down. It’s no secret that the Obama administration doesn’t like energy independence by way of fracking.

Thanks, ObamaCare: Nearly 100,000 Americans waiting for Correct Tax Forms

About 80,000 Americans are waiting to hear back from the Obama administration over botched tax forms the government gave them, as a result of their enrollment in ObamaCare.

Obama calls on GOP to Confirm his AG Nominee Loretta Lynch

Obama blamed the GOP for playing politics in stalling his attorney general nominee, Loretta Lynch. But, he doesn’t mention how her stance on allowing amnesty is the reason the GOP is not confirming her just yet.

The French say “No Bomb” as U.S. and Kerry like Iran Nukes Deal

If the French are standing strong against lifting sanctions immediately after Iran complies with Western demands and say it could lead to an Iranian nuclear program… you’re doing something wrong, Obama and Kerry.

Alaskan TV Activist, former Reporter who Quit on air, has Pot Club Raided

Charlo Greene made waves when she resigned while airing a news segment and said she will fight for marijuana legalization. At the time, she did not reveal she had an interesting in selling the drug while giving positive reports about legalization efforts, which angered opponents in the process for illegally using her reporting job as […]

Obama withdraws U.S. Troops from Yemen as Civil War Rages

Once hailed as a bright spot in a sea of terrorism, Yemen has fallen apart as rebels and government troops continue to battle for control of key towns and cities. The U.S. is withdrawing its special forces from an air base close to recent fighting.

Without Liz Warren, Martin O’Malley tries to go to the Left of Hillary

So-called leftist populist Elizabeth Warren, a professor-turned-U.S.-senator, has refused to run against Hillary Clinton in a 2016 Democratic presidential primary. Now, former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley is trying to emulate Warren’s leftist rhetoric in his attempt to run against the heavily-favored Hillary Clinton.

Frenemies? Obama criticizes Israel’s Netanyahu over Comments

Obama said that Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made comments that “starts to erode the name of democracy.” Obama took offense at Netanyahu’s campaign rhetoric about standing strong on preserving the Israeli Jewish state in a two-state solution and how Netanyahu warned about droves of Israeli Arabs going to polls.

Ted Cruz to announce for 2016 White House Bid on Monday

Fox News reported that Ted Cruz will announce his presidential ambitions for 2016 in a news conference tomorrow.

Secret Service ‘Scandal’ is Grotesque, says Dan Bongino, former agent

Dan Bongino, a Tea Party hero and former Secret Service agent, defends his colleagues and blasts the liberal media for misrepresenting the recent scandal involving two agents.

South Korea blames North Korea for Nuclear Facility Cyberattack

As Fox News reported, “South Korea blamed North Korea Tuesday for a December cyberattack on an operator of a nuclear power plant, saying that the virus used in the attack was similar to one made by North Koreans.”

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