Writing for the Guardian, Ed Vulliamy compiles a list of the “ten best revolutionaries” : From student-poster staples to unsung heroes, here are our favourite boat-rockers, agitators and subverters of the status quo. As you’d expectShow More Summary
What could go wrong? Islamist Amir Meshal was just given his commercial driver’s license to drive semi-trucks. Amir Meshal was... The post Terrific! Minnesota Islamist on Terror List Gets Commercial Driver’s License to Drive Semi-Trucks appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
(John Hinderaker) Today, the St. Paul Black Lives Matter organization marched on the State Fair to protest alleged brutality by the St. Paul police department. The march was long-awaited and something like 900 participants had been expected, but nowhere near that many turned out. Show More Summary
Hillary Rodham Clinton's once-commanding lead in Iowa has shrunken to just seven percentage points while Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) has surged in the state whose caucuses will kick off the race for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, according to a poll released Saturday evening. Show More Summary
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A new Des Moines Register/Bloomberg poll in Iowa finds Sen. Bernie Sanders “riding an updraft of insurgent passion” and is now trailing Hillary Clinton by just 7 points in the Democratic presidential race, 37% to 30%. Said pollster Ann Selzer: [...]
WELL, TO BE FAIR, THEY’RE READING JOSEPH NOCERA. IN THE NEW YORK TIMES. TigerHawk: Joseph Nocera thinks his readers are idiots. Amazon is up 10 times since Blodget made the call that Nocera ridicules, or 988% vs. around 200% for the Nasdaq and the Dow, notwithstanding the popping of the Internet bubble in early 2000. […]
Just when you thought the summer of Fant4stically-failed reruns was over, here comes Bush III. As the New York Times reports on August 24, candidate Jeb has finally come out swinging at provocations from his Republican rivals. Contrary to tough-guy Jeb Bush, I would not leave the door open to torture, not even for use against those U.S. Show More Summary
CoyoteBlog writes, I Have This Argument All The Time With The US Forest Service, but it could be with any government agency doing....anything. The pull quote is marvelous, and one that, while we as obsessed conservatives have internalized, is...
The U.S. economy grew faster than initially thought in the second quarter on solid domestic demand, showing fairly strong momentum that could still allow the Federal Reserve to hike interest rates this year. Gross domestic product expanded...Show More Summary
Michelle Goldberg, The Nation: ?For the first half of her political life, Hillary Clinton was consistently painted as so far leftÂ?so feministÂ?that it threatened her husbandÂ?s political viability. Whenever that viability was in doubt,...Show More Summary
We talk a fair amount about what people earn. The federal minimum wage is $7.25 an hour, or $15,080 for a year of full-time work. Workers are organizing to demand $15 an hour, or $31,200 a year. The median household income is around $52,000. Show More Summary
THIS IS COOL: Is ‘Pastor Paul’ The World’s First ‘American Nollywood’ Film?
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[guest post by Dana] In what is being referred to as a “cold-blooded execution,” Deputy Darren Goforth, 47years old and a 10 year veteran of the Sheriff’s Dept., was ambushed and gunned down at a gas station in Houston last night. Goforth, who was in uniform, was approached from behind by a man who said […]
You do not get to lead the Democratic party and oppose the President's best effort to secure a peaceful solution to the problem of Iran nuclear capabilities. You simply don't. That's the message DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz needs to hear loud and clear. Show More Summary
An arrest has been made in the assassination of Harris County, Texas Sheriff’s Deputy Darren Goforth while he was in... The post BREAKING: Suspect Arrested in Shooting Death of Harris County Texas Deputy – Shannon J. Miles appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Cass Sunstein has written an important rejoinder to the idea that our democracy is rigged. Here’s the paradox: The U.S. is in a period of extraordinary reform, and many recent...
I almost fell out of my chair when I read this in the pro-amnesty Weekly Standard: Despite the very real pain and costs associated with decades of federal neglect of immigration policy, both parties have treated voters’ legitimate concerns about the issue with disdain. Show More Summary
YouTube I've been sort of going back and forth on whether to post this or not, because the Heinous Quotient is truly off the scale when these two paragons of horrendous wingnut idiocy get together and start saying words. But I decided to go ahead and inflict this on you, dear...