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OBAMACARE ARCHITECT EZEKIEL EMANUEL: Die Young, Please. “Doubtless, death is a loss. It deprives u…

OBAMACARE ARCHITECT EZEKIEL EMANUEL: Die Young, Please. “Doubtless, death is a loss. It deprives us of experiences and milestones, of time spent with our spouse and children. In short, it deprives us of all the things we value. But here is a simple truth that many of us seem to resist: living too long is […]

O'Reilly: "All The Things That Poor People Have" Proves America Doesn't "Really Have Any Destitution Anymore"

From the September 19 edition of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor: Previously: To Fox News, Having Necessities Like Air Conditioning Means You Aren't Really Poor Bill O'Reilly Revives Myth That "You Can Make More Money... Going On The Dole Than You Can By Working" Right-Wing Media Have No Clue How Anti-Poverty Programs Work

Part Of White House Evacuated Because Of Intruder

President Obama wasn’t present when part of the White House was evacuated after the Secret Service spotted an intruder running on the grounds. Obama had just left aboard the Marine One helicopter for Camp David, the presidential retreat in nearby Maryland, when armed, uniformed Secret Service personnel ordered the press corps and members of the [...]

BH INTERVIEW: Michelle Monaghan Talks 'Fort Bliss' & Pays Tribute to Military Moms

Written and directed by Claudia Myers, who spent five years making documentaries and training videos for the United States military, Fort Bliss follows one female soldier’s journey back home after a 15-month deployment. Sergeant Maggie...Show More Summary

Daily Kos Elections ad roundup: Mike Rounds continues to act very defensive on EB-5

Leading Off: • SD-Sen: Either Republican Mike Rounds is a firm believer in rapid response, or he's worried about Democratic attacks on him. A few days ago, Every Voice Action accused Rounds of awarding EB-5 immigration visa cards toShow More Summary

The Hill’s Stoddard: Obama WH ‘Centralized,’ ‘Insular’

The Hill’s Associate Editor, A.B. Stoddard, argued that recent reports of divisions between the White House and DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (D-FL) showed the “centralized” and “insular” nature of the Obama White House on Friday’s “Special Report” on the Fox News Channel. Show More Summary

9th Circuit Decides Schools Can Ban American Flag Shirts to Keep Mexican Students from Getting Violent

Welcome to Obama’s America, where American flag shirts are banned because they may cause a fight: It’s official: the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has issued an order declining

Wendy Davis Melts Down, Talks Over Moderator During Debate

HOUSTON, Texas -- On Friday Texas' Attorney General Greg Abbott and State Senator Wendy Davis -- both gubernatorial candidates -- debated in the state's Rio Grande Valley. During the course of the debate, the issue of education came up. Show More Summary

Teen domestic assault victim reveals horrific scars after ex-boyfriend ‘broke into her home and attacked her with a knife before torching bedroom’

“Crazy exes” usually stop at stalking Facebook posts and obsessing over the new boyfriend or girlfriend who took their place. Unfortunately, Sofia Putney-Wilcox, 17, wasn’t so lucky. After being refused

Ambassador who sided with Muslim Brotherhood spearheads State Department’s anti-ISIS effort

(Paul Mirengoff) John Kerry has assembled a three-person team to lead the State Department’s efforts against ISIS. Two of the members — Gen. John Allen and Brett McGurk — seem unobjectionable. The third, Anne Patterson, is another matter. Show More Summary

Police Capture Man Who Fled As Guilty Verdict Was Read

Minneapolis police caught a 25-year-old man who fought his way out of a courtroom as he was being declared guilty. Michael David Henderson was caught without incident about two miles from the Hennepin County Government Center, where he vanished Thursday after he was found guilty of attempted murder in connection with a March armed robbery, [...]

Getting The Last Word

Roger Grenier contemplates how writers approach death: With certain authors, including some of the very greatest, we cannot speak of a last work. With them an entire life’s work is constantly put back on the loom, and so is condemned to remain unfinished. Friedrich Nietzsche, Marcel Proust, Robert Musil are in this category. Nietzsche wavers […]

Charles Krauthammer says Obama 'clearly a narcissist,' talks like 'Napoleon'

Charles Krauthammer appeared on the radio-box again to say that while he has "foresworn" long-distance psychiatry he still thinks Barack Obama is a "narcissist" who "talks like the emperor, Napoleon" because he says "I" a lot, and remember...Show More Summary

Watch: Benjy Bronk of Howard Stern’s Show Crashes Roger Goodell NFL Presser

The Roger Goodell NFL press conference was underway when suddenly a man identified later as Benjy Bronk from the Howard Stern radio show started shouting as security dragged him from the room. “Don’t take me to an elevator!” He was obviously referring to the Ray Rice incident. It was a pretty tacky promotional tactic, though. [...]

Friday Talking Points -- Congress Briefly Interrupts 3-Month Vacation To 'Work'

Congress followed up their recent five-week vacation with almost two whole weeks of actually doing their jobs, so to reward themselves they're now going to take off on another vacation. Until mid-November. The American people will show...Show More Summary

Obama: No Ground Troops Will Be Sent to Fight ISIS

The U.S. is not returning combat troops to Iraq, President Barack Obama insisted again Wednesday, despite the suggestion by his top general that option is something the Pentagon could consider. Speaking at U.S. Central Command in Florida, Obama said again that U.S. Show More Summary

Friday Recipe Exchange: Apples, Bourbon and Caramel

From our Food Goddess, TaMara: We have a city apple orchard. I’ve cycled by it for years, didn’t give it much thought except to wonder what the city did with them every year. This year I found out. Seems the weather has created a bumper crop so the city put out a reminder that these [Read more...]

The Coverup

Getting worse and worse for the NFL in the Ray Rice case: The seven-month scandal that is threatening Roger Goodell’s future as NFL commissioner began with an unexpected phone call in the early morning hours on a Saturday in February. Just hours after running back Ray Rice knocked out his then-fiancée with a left hook [Read more...]

Abbott Takes Strong Stand for Life During Gubernatorial Debate

HOUSTON, Texas -- On Friday Texas' Attorney General Greg Abbott and State Senator Wendy Davis--both gubernatorial candidates--debated in the state's Rio Grande Valley. While much of the debate focused on immigration issues, amid the border crisis plaguing the state, the issue of life also arose. Show More Summary

I Knew Bob Packwood. Bob Packwood Was a Friend of Mine.

(John Hinderaker) If you thought Joe Biden couldn’t top his “Shylock” performance, you were wrong. Speaking to none other than a Democratic women’s conference, Biden reminisced fondly about the good old days in the Senate, when he got to work with great guys like Bob Packwood. Show More Summary

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