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September 24, 2016
THE HILL — President Obama on Friday vetoed legislation that would allow families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia in U.S courts, setting up a high-stakes showdown with Congress. "I recognize that there is nothing that could ever erase the grief the 9/11 families have endured," Obama wrote in his veto message. "Enacting JASTA into law, however would neither protect Americans from terrorist attacks nor improve the effectiveness of our response to such attacks."... (more)


September 24, 2016
BLOOMBERG — Carbon dioxide doesn't kill climates; people do. And the world would be better off with fewer of them. That's a glib summary of a serious and seriously provocative book by Travis Rieder, a moral philosophy professor and bioethicist at Johns Hopkins University.... (more)


September 24, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES — A Georgia woman exercised her Second Amendment rights early Friday morning and repelled three armed home invaders, killing one. Surveillance video from a Gwinnett County home just outside Atlanta shows a woman charging forward at three men who just broken into the house at about 4 a.m., authorities said. The local restaurant manager unloaded all her rounds in self-defense, resulting in the death of one suspect in the driveway.... (more)


September 23, 2016
RENEWAMERICA — Recently, actor Zach Galifianakis sat down with Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on his show "Between Two Ferns" and asked her a barrage of pointed questions everyone else is asking themselves. The most relevant, undoubtedly, was, "As Secretary, how many words per minute could you type?" – followed by "How does President Obama like his coffee? Like himself? Weak?" Midway through the six-minute exchange, Hillary remarked, "I really regret doing this." CLICK HERE to see the full interview on YouTube.... (more)


September 23, 2016
RUDY TAKALA — The Obama administration should put the brakes on a transition of the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority away from U.S. control scheduled to take place at the end of the month, a regulator on the Federal Communications Commission said on Wednesday.... (more)


September 23, 2016
WORLDNETDAILY — The Tulsa, Oklahoma, police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man on Sept. 16 has been charged with first-degree manslaughter. District Attorney Steve Kunzweiler filed the charges Thursday against Officer Betty Shelby, 42, after she was captured on video shooting Terence Crutcher, 40.... (more)


September 23, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES — The House's investigative committee voted Thursday to hold Hillary Clinton's chief tech staffer in contempt of Congress after Bryan Pagliano failed, for a second time, to show up and testify about the secret emails of his former boss.... (more)


September 23, 2016
TIMOTHY P. CARNEY — Former Speaker of the House John Boehner has cashed out, and nobody is surprised. Boehner, as he passes through the revolving door to K Street lobbying giant Squire Patton Boggs, is following a road well traveled.... (more)


September 22, 2016
CLIFF KINCAID — Former top communist, college professor, and "Black Power" advocate Angela Davis has picked a new cause on the road to liberation – animal rights. In a major speech in black-ruled South Africa, at the 17th Steve Biko Memorial Lecture, she said animals were "sentient beings who endure pain and torture as they are transformed into food for profit, food that generates disease in humans whose poverty compels them to rely on McDonald's and KFC for nourishment."... (more)


September 22, 2016
CHARLOTTE OBSERVER — Protests turned violent for a second night in Charlotte after Tuesday's fatal police shooting of a black man. Late Wednesday, Gov. Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency for the city and deployed the National Guard and State Highway Patrol troopers to assist local police.... (more)


September 22, 2016
CNN — ISIS is suspected of firing a shell with mustard agent that landed at the Qayyara air base in Iraq Tuesday where US and Iraqi troops are operating, according to several US officials.... (more)


September 22, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES — Immigration drains the government, sapping as much as $296 billion a year from federal, state and local taxpayers while depressing wages, at least in the short run, according to an authoritative study released Wednesday by the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine.... (more)


September 22, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES — The White House threatened Wednesday that President Obama would veto two bills aimed at curbing the impact of his so-called "ransom" payment to Iran for the release of American hostages.... (more)


September 22, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES — He admitted that the IRS bungled tea party applications and that he gave wrong information to Congress, but Commissioner John Koskinen told lawmakers Wednesday he didn't mean to mislead anyone and said ousting him from the troubled tax agency would stall the progress he has made in cleaning things up.... (more)


September 22, 2016
NATIONAL REVIEW — I do not usually go out of my way to publicly disagree with National Review editorials, but I respectfully dissent from our piece calling for the impeachment of IRS commissioner John Koskinen. He shouldn't be impeached. He should be imprisoned.... (more)


September 22, 2016
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — With only five days until the first presidential debate, Democratic White House hopeful Hillary Clinton holds a 7-point lead in a head-to-head matchup with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, according to a new poll released Wednesday.... (more)


September 22, 2016
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — Ted Cruz supporters were alarmed Wednesday at suggestions that he was on the verge of endorsing Donald Trump. They worry that the Texas senator could squander his brand as a fighter -- and goodwill earned among many through his stubborn refusal to back his party's nominee -- if he caves with nothing to show for it.... (more)


September 22, 2016
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump suffer historic levels of unpopularity as nominees for their respective parties, but the news media is still less popular.... (more)


September 22, 2016
INFOWARS — Speaking at a panel discussion on diversity in the intelligence community Thursday, Brennan revealed how his previous vote for Communist Gus Hall had resurfaced during his first polygraph test at the agency.... (more)


September 22, 2016
ANDREW C. MCCARTHY — The weekend's terrorist attacks in New York and New Jersey were fortuitously timed for Garden State governor Chris Christie: Not only did he get to project steely determination in a sudden crisis; the jihad diverted attention from the explosive start of the Bridgegate trial. Opening to the New Jersey jury in the case against two of Christie's most trusted (but now former) aides, a federal prosecutor argued that the governor knew about the 2013 lane shutdown at the George Washington Bridge while it was happening.... (more)


September 21, 2016
THE HILL — Changing who controls the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) so close to our presidential election will jeopardize the results of how you vote on Nov. 8 unless Congress stops this changeover... (more)


September 21, 2016
THE HILL — The first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump promises to be the most watched ever, with an audience that could exceed 100 million people, according to experts interviewed by The Hill. A debate with an audience that size would be something never seen before in U.S. politics and would be a figure close to what the Super Bowl gets.... (more)


September 21, 2016
WORLDNETDAILY — The 2016 presidential campaign book, "Stronger Together," released by Democrats Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine is being savaged on Amazon.com with negative reactions, garnering an average rating of only 1.7 among more than 1,200 reviews.... (more)


September 21, 2016
NEWSMAX — Feminist and Ms. magazine founder Gloria Steinem has come under fire from pro-life activists for linking the anti-abortion movement and global warming... (more)


September 20, 2016
ROLL CALL — Republican lawmakers are bracing for a slew of last-minute rules and regulations, as well as more executive actions to place swaths of land under federal protection, during President Barack Obama's final months in office... (more)


 

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