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Elizabeth Lauten’s personal attack on Sasha and Malia Obama was not an accident.  She had plenty of time to think about what kind of response it would garner before she chiseled it...

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On Friday, the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence issued a report “meant to serve as the definitive House statement” on the events surrounding the Benghazi attack.  It is a high-profile exoneration...

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Look, I’m just asking. Just as Erik Rush was just asking in his October 8th column: is Obama refusing to seal the borders and block flights from Africa because he wants America...

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In a speech delivered this morning to the Congressional Black Caucus, Obama laid out a vision for national unity and equality under the law reminiscent of his defining 2008 campaign. In the...

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Fox News host Eric Bolling’s misogynistic “joke” that the female UAE fighter pilot who bombed ISIS is “boobs on the ground,” along with his half-hearted and forced apologies are arguably far worse...

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First-term Iowa State Senator and Republican US Senate candidate Joni Ernst fears that the UN is subordinating the sovereignty of the US government, but believes that state governments have the right to...

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  On Sunday, Chuck Todd debuted his Meet the Press tenure by interviewing President Obama.  The two primarily discussed the threat from ISIL, and the President’s handling of it. At the 8:25...

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This gem was buried at the bottom of a New York Times article on the accidental shooting death of an Arizona gun range instructor by a vacationing 9-year-old who lost control of...

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The US is bombing forces of the terrorist caliphate ISIS.  This follows ISIS’s defeat of Kurdish peshmerga forces who have withdrawn to defend the Kurdish capital Irbil, leaving tens of thousands defenseless....

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by Marc Belisle The Supreme Court today sided with the Republican National Committee and wealthy businessman, Shaun McCutcheon, against the Federal Election Commission.  The Roberts Court voted 5-4 to strike down limits...

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