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December 16, 2013
ALAN KEYES I had already written what I thought would be my WND column for this week when word came of the Ryan-Murray budget deal. I agree wholeheartedly with its critics, but I find it very frustrating that few if any of them are willing to state the obvious. This deal is just another instance of the quisling pattern of betrayal now characteristic of the GOP... (more)


December 16, 2013
WORLDNETDAILY A member of Congress says that Obama's imperial presidency -- his arbitrary enforcement or non-enforcement of the nation's laws -- has gone too far. And so he's endorsing a resolution in the U.S. House that would allow a lawsuit over Obama's decisions to abrogate laws passed by Congress... (more)


December 16, 2013
BLOOMBERG NEWS A group of Catholic health and educational organizations don't have to comply with a federal Affordable Care Act requirement to provide their employees with contraception coverage, a federal judge in New York ruled... (more)


December 16, 2013
CAPITOL CITY PROJECT "INFORMATION NOT RELEASABLE TO THE PUBLIC UNLESS AUTHORIZED BY LAW: This information has not been publicly disclosed and may be privileged and confidential. It is for internal government use only and must not be disseminated, distributed, or copied to persons not authorized to receive the information... (more)


December 16, 2013
POLITICO A federal judge ruled Monday that the National Security Agency program which collects information on nearly all telephone calls made to, from or within the United States is likely unconstitutional... (more)


December 16, 2013
ROBERT KNIGHT Baseball and football fans know that when coaches chew out umpires and referees, there's little chance that the questionable call will be overturned -- especially in baseball. In many cases, though, that's not the intent. The idea is to intimidate the umpire into giving them a better call the next time around... (more)


December 16, 2013
WASHINGTON TIMES With frightened Republicans scattering like bunny rabbits at the sound of distant thunder, a job-killing minimum-wage increase is probably inevitable. Only 63 House Republicans voted to maintain the budgetary discipline that prevented President Obama from breaking the budget into even tinier pieces. The early, unconditional surrender in the House sends a message that these congressmen will throw good policy overboard at the first sign their re-election could be imperiled... (more)


December 16, 2013
WASHINGTON EXAMINER Texas Sen. Ted Cruz has had the best year of any Republican and virtually anyone in the world, ranking third in Rasmussen Report's new poll of the of the "most influential" people in the world, behind Pope Francis and President Obama... (more)


December 16, 2013
WORLDNETDAILY No one knows what was on Miriam Carey's mind when the 34-year-old dental hygienist from Connecticut drove up to a White House barricade on a balmy and clear Thursday afternoon Oct. 3 before exiting the restricted area, provoking at least seven shots from police... (more)


December 16, 2013
NEW YORK TIMES GREELEY, Colo. -- When Sheriff John Cooke of Weld County explains in speeches why he is not enforcing the state's new gun laws, he holds up two 30-round magazines. One, he says, he had before July 1, when the law banning the possession, sale or transfer of the large-capacity magazines went into effect. The other, he "maybe" obtained afterward... (more)


December 16, 2013
BREITBART It's been a bad week for global warming. Cairo saw its first snow in 100 years. Oregon, like several other states, reached its coldest temperature in 40 years. Chicago saw its coldest days ever, and -- as if to add finality to the trend -- Antarctica reached the coldest temperature ever recorded anywhere on earth... (more)


December 16, 2013
FOX NEWS It's lights out for the light bulb. On Jan. 1 it will become illegal to manufacture or import traditional 60-watt and 40-watt incandescent bulbs, thanks to a 2007 bill that set strict minimum efficiency standards -- and effectively outlawed the ordinary bulb... (more)


December 15, 2013
RENEWAMERICA On the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, WND founder and CEO Joseph Farah told a rally of tea party activists last month across from the White House that unless Americans "awaken from their slumber...and reject the path of tyranny" decreed by the "princes in this town," "I'm not sure how many more days we have left of the American dream."... (more)


December 15, 2013
CLIFF KINCAID A group called PunditFact has a "Truth-O-Meter" which says that Bill O'Reilly's observation that Nelson Mandela was a communist is "correct," but only "mostly true." How something can be correct but only "mostly true" is not really explained. It is apparently a liberal's way of saying that Mandela's communism should be of no special significance, and that we should just ignore the fact that the world was deceived about his devotion to communism for several decades.... (more)


December 15, 2013
ANDREW C. MCCARTHY 'Go safely Umkhonto. Umkhonto we Sizwe. We the members of the Umkhonto have pledged ourselves to kill them -- kill the whites." These are lyrics from the anthem of Umkhonto we Sizwe, or "Spear of the Nation." The organization is better known as the MK, the military wing of the Marxist African National Congress (ANC). The MK was established by its commander, Nelson Mandela, to prosecute a terrorist war against South Africa's racist apartheid regime.... (more)


December 15, 2013
WASHINGTON TIMES The story of the "fake" sign-language interpreter who stood next to President Obama at Nelson Mandela's memorial took another bizarre twist Friday when a news agency in South Africa reported the man has been charged over the past two decades with murder, rape, theft and kidnapping.... (more)


December 15, 2013
MARK STEYN 'I don't want to be emotional but this is one of the greatest moments of my life," declared Nelson Mandela upon meeting the Spice Girls in 1997. So I like to think he would have appreciated the livelier aspects of his funeral observances.... (more)


December 15, 2013
BYRON YORK It's becoming increasingly clear that when President Obama arrived at the Nelson Mandela memorial service in Johannesburg, South Africa Tuesday, he stepped into an atmosphere so chaotic, disorganized, and unsafe that under any other circumstances the White House and Secret Service might well have insisted the president not appear.... (more)


December 15, 2013
TIMOTHY P. CARNEY The Republican establishment is fed up with the "outside groups" -- the conservative lobbying shops and super PACs that have pulled the party Rightward in recent years -- and this time, it's the establishment that is uninterested in compromise.... (more)


December 15, 2013
WORLDNETDAILY A recent comment by reinstated Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman has prompted renewed interest in closer Israeli-Russian relationship -- despite their differences over Iran's nuclear program, informed sources say in a report in Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin.... (more)


December 15, 2013
WORLDNETDAILY The recent visit by Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu and Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov to Cairo, Egypt, signals a renewed push by Moscow to extend its influence into the Middle East as U.S. influence wanes, according to report in Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin.... (more)


December 15, 2013
YAHOO NEWS China's Jade Rabbit rover vehicle drove onto the moon's surface on Sunday after the first lunar soft landing in nearly four decades, a huge advance in the country's ambitious space programme.... (more)


December 15, 2013
THE FOREIGN POLICY GROUP It was Aug. 6, 2011, when a CH-47D Chinook helicopter carrying Navy SEALs and other U.S. military personnel was shot out of the sky over Afghanistan. The helicopter, carrying elite special operators to reinforce Army Rangers engaged in a firefight, was attacked from the ground by insurgents wielding rocket-propelled grenades, witnesses later told military investigators. The Chinook crashed and exploded in a fireball, and all 38 people and a working dog on board perished.... (more)


December 15, 2013
JOSEPH FARAH If Americans are divided today -- and they are -- the most obvious and pronounced divisions are between those who live in cities and those who don't.... (more)


December 15, 2013
WASHINGTON TIMES It was last March when the country's director of national intelligence, James R. Clapper, appeared before a Senate committee, and with the cameras rolling, took an oath to tell the truth, then hunched over, scratched his brow and proceeded to lie... (more)


 

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