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Louisville Beats Notre Dame

Just had to share this one. We made the trek north to South Bend this morning and what a great experience. Beautiful campus, tons of tradition and very friendly fans. As much as it pained my Irish Catholic heart to root against the home team, seeing my Cards get a win in their first ever…

Obama Will Veto Any Attempt To Undo His Executive Action On Immigration

A senior White House official says any attempt by Republicans to undo his action on immigration by attaching something to a future bill will be met with a veto. The official left no doubt that the White House is prepared for a shutdown standoff if Republicans attach a rider to the upcoming spending bill needed [...]

C&L's Late Nite Music Club With Yes

I've always loved this song from 1971's the 'Yes Album' mostly because of the first 3:45, but it's still a classic. What about you? List your favorite "Yes" songs down below. I was going to post a song from either "Fragile" or the revamped Yes band with Trevor Rabin because he was so awesome, but I'll save those for another time.

SMART DIPLOMACY: ‘Biden, get out’: Protesters heckle VP in Turkey. Hell, we don’t want him either….

SMART DIPLOMACY: ‘Biden, get out’: Protesters heckle VP in Turkey. Hell, we don’t want him either.

Damn You, AutoCorrect Siri!

My brother in law blamed Siri for this text today: Not to worry, Justin. I have the next version of WordPress. Which means, I guess... Insert your obvious joke in the space below — if you have the ability.

America Has Been Warned: Edward Gibbon’s The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

What can a chronicler of barbarian invasions, writing in the 18th century, explain to Americans in the 21st century?What lessons can we learn today from the fall of an ancient empire? Plenty. Many. Indeed, as immigration is a hot issue...Show More Summary

DEROY MURDOCK: The Silence Of The Colored People. Voters on Election Day chose Tim Scott as Sout…

DEROY MURDOCK: The Silence Of The Colored People. Voters on Election Day chose Tim Scott as South Carolina’s U.S. senator. They also sent Utah’s Mia Love and Texas’ Will Hurd to the U.S. House of Representatives. Thus, the 114th Congress will include three black Republicans. This is a new high-water mark for black Americans. Too […]


President Obama has signaled a "new phase" in the fight against the Islamic State as we send 1,500 additional Americans into Iraq to train and advise the Iraqi army to "start going on some offense." Doing so will be no small task for the ill-equipped Iraqi troops as witnessed by many divisions falling apart over the past several months. Show More Summary

Chuck Todd called out by Chris Matthews for misquote that will provide Republicans a talking point

Is Chuck Todd just a rookie? Is Chuck Todd a puppet bidding for right-wing Republican acceptance? Is Chuck Todd simply incompetent? This man continues to make the political discourse more shallow. Earlier on Meet The Press, a piece was shown contrasting Obamacare in Texas and Illinois that was right down the middle. Show More Summary

Movie Review: “Braddock America”

“Braddock, America” is a feature length documentary now in limited release set in Braddock, Pennsylvania, a former steel town now left to literally rust away to hell. Like so, so many other towns in Pennsylvania, Ohio, West VirginiaShow More Summary

New Report Highlights “Revolving Door” Between Government and LNG Firms

In their “hiring spree,” LNG companies were able to recruit former Obama administration officials such as Heather Zichal, who was the deputy assistant to the President for Energy and Climate Change. Zichal is now with Cheniere Energy, which the report notes received the first approval by the Obama administration for LNG exports.

Pirro: Exec Amnesty 'Thuggish, Illegal Move'

On Saturday, the Fox News Channel's "Justice with Judge Jeanine" host, Judge Jeanine Pirro slammed President Obama's executive action on immigration, dubbing it a "thuggish, illegal move" and a "deliberate, unrestrained, irresponsible, and unprecedented defiance of the US Constitution and the rule of law." "this is not prosecutorial discretion. Show More Summary

Overnight Open Thread, 11-22-2014 -- My Hometown Edition

Hello there, fellow Morons. It's been a while since our paths crossed. Once again, your regular contributor to this space has drummed up some cockamamie excuse to shirk his duties and left the heavy lifting to the resident RINO so.....

Sarah Palin’s Incomprehensible Take On Obama’s Immigration Action

  He’s “giving the American people the middle finger” and “endangering our nation” sing-songs Sarah Palin on her Facebook page. It’s unclear if this was ad-libbed or if it’s something she’s reading, but it might as well have been ad-libbed, as it’s a rambling diatribe with no direction. “He doesn’t know how things work,”says the [...]

Woman Who Was Sexually Assaulted And Set On Fire In Wichita Park, Dies Of Her Injuries

The woman who was beaten, sexually assaulted and burned in a Wichita park just more than a week week ago, has died of her injuries, police say. According to police Lt. James Espinoza, the woman died around 9:40 a.m. Saturday at a Wichita hospital. Show More Summary

The House Intelligence Committee’s Benghazi Report — more than fair

(Paul Mirengoff) The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence has issued its report on the Benghazi attack. You can find it here. The Committee concludes, among things, that CIA personnel on the ground in Benghazi during theShow More Summary

Most Popular Obamacare Plans Will Spike 10 Percent in 2015

Obamacare customers enrolled in the most popular health plans will experience an average 10% premium spike in 2015, a new analysis by Avalere Health finds. The rate hike may come as a surprise to many Obamacare customers whose plans will automatically be renewed if they fail to make changes. Show More Summary

Obama Admin Threatens to Cut Maine Food Stamp Funds Over Photo ID Law

The Obama administration threatened to cut Maine's food stamp funding on Thursday over its law requiring welfare recipients to show their photo ID when receiving their taxpayer-funded benefits. In a letter to Maine officials, the U.S. Show More Summary

Canadian Fans Pitch In on U.S. National Anthem

They may be our biggest rivals on the ice, but when it comes to honouring our American neighbours, Canadians don't pass up on the opportunity to chime in. The video above, filmed Nov. 18, shows the opening of the Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Show More Summary

Pipeline Politics

Talk about being in the middle of Middle America. This week I’m in bitterly cold Nebraska — Omaha, to be exact — visiting with my wife Colleen’s family. On Tuesday

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