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Dustin Hurst featured on the Bill Post Radio Show

Dustin Hurst discusses his recent article “7 reasons to be hopeful about America’s future” on the Bill Post Radio Show. Listen to the entire interview here (2:30 mark).

Another Dead Black Teen, Another Questionable Police Officer

An encounter with police in Charleston, South Carolina, has left another black teen dead. Multiple witnesses,

EXCLUSIVE: Audio Of Alleged Texas Teen Rape Victim And One Of The Accused After The Incident

16-year-old Jada was allegedly raped last month in Texas. The high school junior said she had no idea what would take place that night when she went to a friend of a friend’s home. Since we reported that story, I was contacted via email by a friend of one of the men involved, who sent me [...]

Small town, little library, big government

By Benjamin Yount | Watchdog Radio You usually learn a lesson when you read a book. But a Kansas 9-year-old learned his lesson when he tried to give away books. In the latest edition of Watchdog Radio, Benjamin Yount looks at the lesson of big government being taught at the Leawood little library. Plus ALEC...

Midday open thread: UK rendition files destroyed 'accidentally', tallying voting errors in Congress

2 months agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

Today's comic by Matt Bors is Stuff Jesus said: Veterans in Congress vanish: In the 1970s, more than 70 percent of the members of Congress had served in the military. But today it's only 20 percent. And after the midterm election, that...Show More Summary

Thad Cochran's Latest Senior Moment: Gets Lost in Capitol

Sen. Thad Cochran (R-MS) literally got lost on Capitol Hill on Tuesday, The Hill reports. Cochran accidentally, while speaking with The Hill’s Cameron Joseph, went to the Senate Democrats’ luncheon instead of the Senate Republicans’ luncheon. Show More Summary

Police Brutality 101

Video has surfaced of a barefoot woman wandering on the eastbound Interstate 10 west of downtown Los This space reserved for your ad.

Dinesh D'Souza on Michael Moore: 'Anti-Capitalism Is a Good Racket'

While Dinesh D'Souza's America is sure to make waves with its stirring defense of the country against philosophical attacks, one aspect of it is surprising: the screen time he gives to leftist leaders including Noam Chomsky and Ward Churchill in fresh interviews, and Howard Zinn and Saul Alinsky via archival footage. Show More Summary

Six bucks a gallon? Where gas prices might be without the U.S. energy boom

ENERGY EXPLOSION: Boom times in places such as the Bakken Formation in North Dakota has helped the U.S. leapfrog Russia and Saudi Arabia in oil production. By Rob Nikolewski ? New Mexico Watchdog If you think the price of gas is high, imagine paying up to $6 a gallon. That’s what energy expert Dan Steffens...

Pat McGuigan discusses corruption on KOKC radio Patrick and Scott Mitchell discuss corruption in Oklahoma government.

A Halbig Fcking Deal: The Triumph of Textualism Over the “Intent” Argument That Leftists Hope Will Save ObamaCare

Last week, citing a post by Allahpundit, I mentioned the case that could kill most ObamaCare subsidies: Halbig v. Sebelius. I have now listened to the oral argument (.mp3 audio download) from the appeal in the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, and I am now convinced that the judges on the panel will rule 2-1 […]

Podcast: Dave Zirin on the World Cup, FIFA & the ‘Sporting Shock Doctrine’ in Brazil

For weeks, Brazil has been the host of one of the most prominent mega-events in sports. The World Cup has been dazzling and inspiring at times, as the unexpected has happened. Yet, off the pitch, there have been armed Brazilian police firing tear gas at protesters as they fight to prevent dissent from becoming visible while the world’s eyes are on Brazil.

Will Durst: Happy Fourth Of July

In which our intrepid correspondent repurposes an old commentary. Hey, its called recycling and is very popular out here on the left coast.

Midday open thread: Climate satellite orbiting safely, McMillan freed with activist spirit intact

3 months agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

Today's comic by Ruben Bolling is How to make soccer a popular sport!: What's coming up on Sunday Kos... Pre-registering young people to vote: A key strategy for 2014 and 2016, by Denise Oliver Velez Why that 'Worst President' Quinnipiac...Show More Summary

This Is Why You Don’t Get People Off Craigslist

Maybe you’ve heard the story of live-in “monster nanny” Diane Stretton, who refused

Mom who took on SEIU: Just shine a light on injustice

By Benjamin Yount | Watchdog Radio This week we saw the Supreme Court slap back the overreach of the Obama administration and one brave mom take on big labor and win. Pam Harris’story about not giving-up is featured in the latest edition of the Watchdog Radio podcast. Benjamin Yount and Eric Boehm also talk about...

California doesn’t know how many multiple voters it has

By Bre Payton | CAN’T EVEN: California can’t participate in a crosscheck to determine how many multiple voters are in the state, because it doesn’t even have it’s own statewide database. CHINO HILLS, Calif. — California doesn’t know how many of the state’s voters are registered to vote in other states. reported last...

Should Kids be Taught About Guns in School?

Historian and former Guns & Ammo columnist Dick Metcalf during the 2014 Aspen Ideas Festival At the 2014 Aspen Ideas Festival, historian and former Guns & Ammo columnist Dick Metcalf sat down for a fiery discussion on guns with National Journal Editorial Director Ron Brownstein. Show More Summary

Midday open thread: Coal mine blocked on global warming grounds, mosquitoes have preferences

3 months agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

Today's comic by Jen Sorensen is Buffer zone buffoonery: Blackwater death threat raises questions about State Department heavyweight: Eye-opening new revelations about the private security firm formerly known as Blackwater WorldwideShow More Summary

Pamela Harris fought the law, and she won

A BUSY SUPREME COURT DAY: While demonstrators waited for the Supreme Court’s decision on the Hobby Lobby case, the justices also were siding with an Illinois mom who cares for her mentally disabled son. The court ruled 5-4 that she and other home-care workers can’t be forced to join a labor union By Scott Reeder...

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