It is said that the cover-up is always worse than the crime, but in the case of Hillary Clinton’s State Department emails, what is the crime? And beyond the partisan ankle biting, is the cover-up — such as it is — over something any different than what other government bigs, not the least of whom [...]Show More Summary
by Walter Brasch The Oklahoma Supreme Court this past week ordered the legislature and the executive branch to remove a six-foot tall Ten Commandments granite monument from the front of the state house. The monument was placed there in January and is a direct violation of the First Amendment. The response by dozens of legislators, [...]Show More Summary
Greeks voted overwhelmingly to reject creditors' proposal of more austerity measures in return for rescue loans The post Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis resigns appeared first on Macleans.ca.
UP: Americans not working DOWN: Unemployment rate UP: Boko Haram murders DOWN: Hillary Clinton’s foresight on Boko Haram UP: Jeb Bush on Donald Trump DOWN: Donald Trump UP: Former Texas governor Rick Perry on the administration’s backtracking on the BDS — or boycott, divestment and sanctions movement against Israel DOWN: Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) pandering to […]
The unwillingness of the former secretary of state to take questions from the press contrasts sharply with Jeb Bush’s marked affinity for public disclosure.
GOP presidential candidates Florida Senator Marco Rubio and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie had some fun over the weekend at Mitt Romney's Lake...
The tin-eared headline is: "Scott Walker’s wife, toughened by life, adds steel to candidate’s spine." I'll live-blog my reading of this article and see what WaPo is up to. It begins:Tonette Tarantino’s year of sorrow came when she was only 30. Show More Summary
From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… The Week Ahead Monday A burglary spree hits Maine as every resident of the state attends the Bernie Sanders rally in Portland except burglars. A new poll finds Democrats, Republicans and Independents in...Show More Summary
Donald Trump said that Jeb Bush’s immigration stance is not in sync with everyday Americans, The Hill reports. Said Trump: “Just like the simple question asked of Jeb on Iraq — where it took him five days and multiple answers [...]
The care being given to protect Hillary Clinton's image may be hurting the Democratic front-runner.
The abolition of any attempt to treat homosexuality as anything but inborn, much less remediable, took a giant step forward in a little-noted court case last month.
(Steven Hayward) I thought a long time ago that the Confederate battle flag shouldn’t fly over state capitols and that it was overdue to come down, but of course the complete purge against the Confederate flag anywhere in any form that is currently under way is about much more than the appropriateness of the flag over civic spaces. Show More Summary
Tom Sullivan: The unbearable whiteness of being…Texan. Zandar Versus The Stupid: Ted Cruz decries “Republican on Republican violence”… Towleroad: …while complaining Supreme Court justices “put on an Obama jersey.” Larry Mishel: Jeb!’s...Show More Summary
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has just done something unthinkable. It looks as if he has won the Greek referendum. And make no mistake, it was him that won it. It was… Continue reading The post Alexis Tsipras asked if people were happy. The answer was always going to be ‘no’ appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Politico reports: “Hillary Clinton is privately signaling to wealthy Jewish donors that — no matter the result of the Iranian nuclear negotiations — she will be a better friend to Israel than President Barack Obama. But, even as donors increasingly push Clinton on the subject in private, they have emerged with sometimes widely varying interpretations about […]
If Greece had voted ‘Yes’ to the austerity package proposed by its creditors, then there would have been a round of resignations at the top of Syriza. But this morning,… Continue reading The post Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis resigns appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
A 22-year-old Florida man died on July 4 after holding a powerful mortar-type firework on his head and setting it off with his lighter. Devon Staples of Orlando was at a family gathering in Calais, Maine, when he suffered severe head trauma. Show More Summary
Cincinnati police form a line against mob violence July 4, 2015. Photo: Cincy vs Everyone Fireworks, rocks, bottles and punches... The post SHOCK REPORT: Police Attacked by Mob in Cincinnati, Rescue White Man from Black Beatdown appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Did you see this on the news? Because I sure didn’t. And even the news reports out there on this downplay or just plain don’t mention the white man that
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