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September 20, 2016
THE TELEGRAPH Russia plans effectively to revive the KGB under a massive shake-up of its security forces, a respected business daily has reported. A State Security Ministry, or MGB, would be created from the current Federal Security Service (FSB) , and would incorporate the foreign intelligence service (SVR) and the state guard service (FSO), under the plans... (more)

September 20, 2016
ALAN KEYES The word "person" may have its roots in a Latin word that referred to the character an actor portrayed in a drama, and quite possibly even to the mask ancient actors once wore (or held in front of their faces) to represent their characters. This etymology reminds us that the dichotomy between what we can perceive and what remains inevitably hidden behind every act of human perception appears to be an indefeasible aspect of human nature... (more)

September 20, 2016
CLIFF KINCAID The Washington Post is not sloppy, it is dishonest. Forget Kenya or Hawaii as Barack Obama's birthplace. The issue is that he was mentored by a communist named Frank Marshall Davis, who taught him that blacks had a "reason to hate" and that Christianity was the white man's religion.... (more)

September 19, 2016
NEWSMAX Three separate attacks carried out in the United States on a single day -- a New York bombing, a Minnesota mass stabbing, and a New Jersey pipe bomb blast -- were under investigation Sunday for potential terror links.... (more)

September 19, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES Investigators scrambled Sunday night for clues behind an apparent terrorist explosion that rocked New York on Saturday as the Islamic State claimed credit for a Somali immigrant's stabbing rampage in Minnesota... (more)

September 19, 2016
ABC 7 CHELSEA, Manhattan (WABC) -- Eyewitness News captured exclusive video of the man believed to be behind weekend bombings in Chelsea, Seaside Park, and Elizabeth being taken into custody following a incident with police in Linden, New Jersey.... (more)

September 19, 2016
NEWSMAX Barack Obama has claimed the U.S. cannot send wire payments to Iran, justifying his controversial $400 million cash payment in January, but a Treasury Department spokesman said two wire payments were made in the past 14 months, according to a Politico report... (more)

September 18, 2016
NEWSMAX Donald Trump has built a New York City real estate empire on $885 million in tax breaks, grants and incentives that have helped him lower construction costs and sell apartments within those core properties at higher prices because of lowered taxes, according to news reports.... (more)

September 18, 2016
WASHINGTON EXAMINER Without mentioning Donald Trump by name, Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed indirect support for his presidential campaign on the basis of Trump's stated desire for amicable U.S. relations with Russian.... (more)

September 18, 2016
ANDREW C. MCCARTHY The Obama State Department is convinced that Syrian dictator Bashar Assad and his regime's cronies are financing terrorism. How come? Well, because they conduct business in cash. In fact, in its most recent annual report on state sponsors of terrorism, State frets "that 60 percent of all business transactions [in Syria] are conducted in cash and that nearly 80 percent of all Syrians do not use formal banking services." This has created a "vast black market," the components of which are exploited by "some members of the Syrian government and the business elite . . . in terrorism finance schemes."... (more)

September 18, 2016
WASHINGTON EXAMINER Rep. Keith Rothfus, R-Pa., argued in the weekly GOP radio address that the federal government has taken over every aspect of the lives of ordinary Americans. "A regulatory superstate has replaced the sovereignty of the people," he said. "So-called experts in Washington churn out all kinds of rules and red tape without accountability, hurting millions of Americans."... (more)

September 17, 2016
CLIFF KINCAID One of my favorite Andy Griffith episodes shows Goober growing a beard to try to look smart. Picking up an apple, he declares, "One time you was a seed." Unfortunately, the extreme makeover didn't work for Dana Milbank of the Washington Post during an appearance on the Clinton News Network (CNN). His new beard didn't disguise the loony opinions that have become his hallmark... (more)

September 17, 2016
PHILIP KLEIN Donald Trump has famously vowed to "Make America Great Again," but his actual vision for the nation has less in common with Ronald Reagan (who used the phrase in his 1980 campaign) and more in common with Lyndon Johnson's "Great Society," which represented one of the most massive expansions of government in American history... (more)

September 17, 2016
WASHINGTON EXAMINER Donald Trump outlined a revised campaign tax reform proposal Thursday that would seek to decrease losses to the Treasury by limiting tax breaks across the board, a policy that will invite opposition from a range of interests and advocacy groups... (more)

September 17, 2016
NATIONAL REVIEW Donald Trump and his allies had been privately celebrating Hillary Clinton's stumbles -- first on the campaign trail last weekend and then in the polls this week, which seemed to tighten dramatically after the former secretary of state was forced to disclose that she had been diagnosed with pneumonia and misled the media and the public about it.... (more)

September 17, 2016
WASHINGTON EXAMINER Major media figures were left fuming on Friday after they played a willing role in giving Donald Trump free national airtime to promote his hotel and play up his support for veterans, while the press waited for his briefing announcement on where he thinks President Obama was born... (more)

September 17, 2016
NEWSMAX Jimmy Fallon poked fun at Hillary Clinton's recent medical woes during a show taping Friday, wearing a medical mask when he first greeted her on the set of "The Tonight Show." CNN producer Dan Merica tweeted a photo of the pair high-fiving moments after Clinton walked out. The show is slated to air Monday... (more)

September 17, 2016
WORLDNETDAILY A new report on Friday revealed that Congress is beginning an investigation into President Obama's secret bankrolling of an effort to defeat Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the last election, an effort that failed.... (more)

September 16, 2016
JOSEPH FARAH Donald Trump's scheme to get Washington more involved in the rearing of children is a bad idea and an unconstitutional one at that. It needs to be said, even as I see some so-called "conservatives" praising the initiative. Let's count the ways this notion fails the practical and constitutional tests:... (more)

September 16, 2016
MONA CHAREN There may be valid criticisms of the Trump (Ivanka as much as Donald) child-care proposal, but the New York Times and the Huffington Post did not find them. As is always the case with new proposed social spending, the New York Times chides the United States for being so very retrograde... (more)

September 16, 2016
WORLDNETDAILY The Obama administration is moving forward with plans to relinquish U.S. control over Internet domains, but many conservatives are demanding the president not change what is working fine by ceding control to other countries, which could then limit the content their own citizens can see... (more)

September 16, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES Missouri's Republican-led legislature has significantly expanded gun rights in the state, establishing a public "stand your ground" right and allowing gun owners to carry concealed firearms without a permit. Lawmakers overrode Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon's veto of the sweeping gun rights law late Wednesday... (more)

September 16, 2016
WORLDNETDAILY House conservatives are making the case for the impeachment of IRS Commissioner John Koskinen ahead of Thursday's debate, and one of them is also blasting Republican leaders for failing to hold Obama administration official accountable for anything and even being "afraid" of the administration... (more)

September 16, 2016
WASHINGTON EXAMINER According to a study from the centrist Brookings Institution, the cap on the number of charter schools in Massachusetts hurts disadvantaged students. "The evidence is that, for disadvantaged students in urban areas of Massachusetts, charter schools do better than traditional public schools," researchers wrote (emphasis in original)... (more)

September 16, 2016
WORLDNETDAILY While the Supreme Court of Virginia has agreed to hear a challenge to the non-discrimination policy in the commonwealth's largest school district, the lead counsel in the case warns that the impact of the court's decisions will go far beyond bathrooms and eventually impact every student -- including to the point where boys will be "bedding down" with girls on overnight school trips... (more)


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