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August 24, 2016
BOB UNRUH — The Supreme Court in Pakistan is scheduled this fall to hear the case against Asia Bibi, a Christian mother of five on death row since 2010 for violating the Muslim nation's notorious blasphemy law. In a report from International Christian Concern, legal advocate Said-ul-Malook said the hearing -- likely the last one in the case -- will be in October before the nation's Supreme Court.... (more)


August 24, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES — Andrea Tantaros says that at least three men repeatedly sexually harassed her when she worked as an on-air personality at the Fox News Network, the British newspaper the Daily Mail reported Tuesday. In a newly filed lawsuit, the "Tied Up In Knots" author alleges sexual harassment from fired network executive Roger Ailes, "O'Reilly Factor" anchor Bill O'Reilly and former Massachusetts Republican Sen. Scott Brown.... (more)


August 24, 2016
NEWSMAX — One school district in Maryland thinks it has the "right answer" on how to deal with transgendered males on overnight field trips: they bunk with females and don't tell their parents. According to a story in The Washington Times, Anne Arundel County chief communications officer Bob Mosier produced a training video instructing teachers and administrators to withhold that information from parents to protect the privacy of the transgendered males.... (more)


August 23, 2016
NEW YORK MAGAZINE — Donald Trump did not win the Republican primary on the strength of his policy proposals. The GOP nominee won much of his party's Evangelical base despite betraying a profound ignorance of their views on abortion; he earned plenty of votes from conservatives who backed the Iraq War, despite deriding it as a total disaster; and he won the backing of countless opponents of Obama's stimulus package, despite running on a $1 trillion infrastructure plan.... (more)


August 23, 2016
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — Turmoil in Donald Trump's campaign is eroding his claim to be a great manager -- one of the key boasts he's made in his bid for the presidency. Critics, including academics, Republican political strategists and at least one former Trump operative say that the seemingly constant hirings and firings at the top of Team Trump, and a failure to plan for the general election, undermine the idea that he is a talented boss.... (more)


August 23, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES — The Obama administration acknowledged Monday that the FBI found at least 14,900 more email messages former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton never turned over to the government, and officials are facing intense pressure to release them ahead of November's election.... (more)


August 23, 2016
NEWSMAX — A second cache of newly released emails during Hillary Clinton's stint at secretary of state glaringly illustrates how special access was given Clinton Foundation donors -- from Middle Eastern royalty to international sports and music stars -- by Clinton's staff, Judicial Watch charged Monday.... (more)


August 23, 2016
LEO HOHMANN — The woman who many say could be Hillary Clinton's White House chief of staff served for years as assistant editor of a Saudi-funded Muslim publication that opposed women's rights and blamed the U.S. for the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks, according to a new report.... (more)


August 23, 2016
INFOWARS — Google has altered its search algorithm to prevent searches for "Clinton body count" from auto-completing, despite the term auto-completing when typed in on virtually any other search engine.... (more)


August 23, 2016
BOB UNRUH — In a major blow to the Obama administration's alternative-sexual-behaviors agenda, a federal judge in Texas late Sunday night blocked the president's order to open public school restrooms and shower rooms according to "gender identity" and allow boys who believe they are girls to use girls' facilities.... (more)


August 23, 2016
BOB UNRUH — A major new study of sexuality and gender by two of the top experts in the field at Johns Hopkins University finds there's little scientific evidence for the "born that way" theory, nor is gender identity "an innate, fixed human property independent of biological sex." R... (more)


August 23, 2016
WALTER WILLIAMS — One of the unavoidable consequences of youth is the tendency to think behavior we see today has always been. I'd like to dispute that vision, at least as it pertains to black people.... (more)


August 23, 2016
ALAN KEYES — On June 17, 2015, when Donald Trump was asked which of the four most recent presidents (Bush 41, Clinton, Bush 43, Obama) he thought was the best, he responded, "I would really say Clinton, probably, I would have to say Clinton." However, he went on to say that Clinton's problems with women "destroyed him." When Clinton's troubles with women were going on, however, Trump did his best to discredit Clinton's accusers. The Newsweek story detailing Trump's friendship with the Clintons reports that in one interview back in 1998 Trump called Paula Jones a "loser."... (more)


August 22, 2016
CNN MONEY — Kirsten Powers, a regular on Fox News for the past decade, is switching channels. Powers is joining CNN as a political analyst, effective immediately, CNN announced Monday morning. She will continue to write columns for USA Today.... (more)


August 21, 2016
MICHAEL BARONE — Donald Trump has just made changes, again, in his campaign's top leadership, shoving aside the seasoned Paul Manafort and installing Breitbart News Chairman Steve Bannon and veteran pollster Kellyanne Conway. He's obviously acting in response to his falling poll numbers nationally, in target states. and even in some states that have been safely Republican in recent elections.... (more)


August 21, 2016
NATIONAL REVIEW — 'I think I unraveled her." That is Trump adviser Michael Cohen describing his encounter Wednesday with CNN anchor Brianna Keilar. What an unraveling looks like to Trump world:... (more)


August 21, 2016
NEWSMAX — Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton leads Republican rival Donald Trump by 8 percentage points among likely voters, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll released on Friday.... (more)


August 21, 2016
NEWSMAX — Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump overhauled his campaign leadership Wednesday after former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes urged that a struggling Trump make dramatic changes, according to a person familiar with the matter.... (more)


August 21, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES — Casting his campaign chairman aside with just 11 weeks until Election Day, Donald Trump moved ahead with the reboot of his White House bid on Friday with a tour of flood-ravaged Louisiana.... (more)


August 21, 2016
ANDREW C. MCCARTHY — Imagine an American government official, interviewing an alien seeking admission to our country from, say, Syria: U.S. official: "Will you support the United States Constitution?"... (more)


August 20, 2016
NEWSMAX — Hillary Clinton is the clear front-runner in the presidential race, political analyst Larry Sabato said Friday, pointing to his new electoral map that shows the Democratic nominee is already far past the 270 Electoral College votes she needs to win the election.... (more)


August 20, 2016
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — Hillary Clinton must answer under oath a set of written questions in a lawsuit against the State Department over her private emails, a federal judge ruled Friday.... (more)


August 20, 2016
NEWSMAX — Paul Manafort left Donald Trump's presidential effort on Friday because "he was asked," campaign manager Kellyanne Conway said. "He was asked and he indeed tendered his resignation," Conway told WABC Radio host Rita Cosby in an interview. "Mr. Trump accepted his resignation and wished him well and thanked him for his service.... (more)


August 20, 2016
POLITICO — So much for the old accusation that the Republican Party has a "Cold War mentality." Or if it still does, it has switched sides. The 2016 presidential campaign continues to play out like a Christopher Buckley novel gone completely off the rails, perhaps most implausibly in Paul Manafort's role in the Russia-friendly Donald Trump campaign.... (more)


August 20, 2016
THE HILL — In late January, Breitbart News chairman Steve Bannon was tipped off about a story that he hoped would damage Ted Cruz. Bannon, who this week became CEO of Donald Trump's presidential campaign, was told that a radio advertisement would be landing in Iowa aimed at hurting Cruz with evangelical voters -- the very constituency the senator was depending on to win the state's caucuses on Feb. 1.... (more)