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Monday, December 22, 2014

 





  

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In New York, tensions between police and Mayor
Bill de Blasio boil over after killings

Check out readers' edtorial corrections here.
Small but important.
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Obama´s ´propaganda´ pushed people to
´hate the police,´ Giuliani says

Four months of hate speech and brain washing is working.
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Obama has no idea how to handle North Korean
attack on private citizens

First we had "work place violence," now it's "cyber vandalism".
Obama certainly has a way with words.
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Gangbangers Unbound
Tinfoil not needed. There us a plan. "Stepping back, we can
see a consistent thread of deliberately aggravated racial incidents
throughout the Obama presidency."
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Night Thoughts
The Left keeps the racial pot on a slow boil.
There is money and power in it.
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Gangbangers Unbound
American Thinker, by J.R. Dunn    Original Article
Posted By: magnante- 12/22/2014 6:44:39 AM     Post Reply
Rafael Ramos and Wenjin Liu died because of the campaign to vilify police. (snip)leftists in government are not concerned with the welfare of urban blacks in general, but one particular class of blacks, distinct and separate from all others -- black criminals. Activists, both in government and media, desire to decriminalize black lawlessness. They wish to put black criminals beyond the reach of the law. They seek gangbangers unbound. When this occurs, the left will once again have its black proletariat to manipulate as it sees fit. We’ve had a taste of the potential outcome in the response to the Ferguson

President´s budget grounds eight
C-17s at Joint Base Charleston
Post & Courier [Charleston, SC], by John MvDermott    Original Article
Posted By: Attercliffe- 12/22/2014 6:28:08 AM     Post Reply
One of the four C-17 flying units assigned to Joint Base Charleston is being grounded, along with another in Washington state, the Air Force announced. The decision was based on the President Barack Obama´s defense budget for fiscal year 2015, according to a statement from the Air Mobility Command. The $110 million a year cost-saving plan calls for 16 C-17 Globemasters, including eight at the North Charleston base, to be redesignated to backup status, meaning they will not be assigned crews or flying hours. "However, they will continue to receive funding needed to support weapon-system sustainment," the Air Mobility Command said in a

51 per cent want to leave the
EU! Poll result sparks new
demands for early referendum
Daily Express [UK], by Macer Hall    Original Article
Posted By: Attercliffe- 12/22/2014 6:12:39 AM     Post Reply
The crusade for Britain to cut ties with Brussels took another giant leap forward last night after a poll revealed that most voters now back leaving the European Union. Britons would vote to quit by 51 per cent to 49 per cent if an in-or-out referendum were held now. It was the second poll in a month to show a majority want to leave after decades of support for continuing to stay in. And the result will step up calls for a referendum on membership to be held sooner rather than later. The pan-European survey also found growing disenchantment with Brussels across the

  


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Cure for memory loss
could be on the horizon
Telegraph [UK], by Staff    Original Article
Posted By: Attercliffe- 12/22/2014 5:56:48 AM     Post Reply
Birthdays, passwords, colleagues´ names. At some point everybody struggles to remember something important. For Alzheimer´s sufferers the feeling is a relentless onslaught as cherished memories slip out of reach. But cutting edge new research could mean mean new hope in the battle against memory loss in sufferers of early onset Alzheimer´s. The revolutionary study by academics at the University of California has suggested for the first time that memories are not stored in synapses as previously thought. It is synapses, the connections between brain cells, that are destroyed by Alzheimer´s. The breakthrough, reported in the highly regarded online journal eLife,

DeBlasio hides after praying
at St. Patrick´s cathedral
New York Post, by Michael Gartland, Priscilla Gregory*    Original Article
Posted By: Fiesta del sol- 12/22/2014 5:53:58 AM     Post Reply
As cops were being threatened and assaulted and the city reeled over the execution of two officers, Mayor de Blasio prayed at St. Patrick’s Cathedral Sunday — then went into hiding.Police Commissioner Bill Bratton visited the scene of the horrific attack in Brooklyn and Gov. Cuomo paid a wrenching condolence call to the home of one of the slain cops, but de Blasio ran from reporters and was nowhere to be found after the church service.He showed up for 10:15 a.m. Mass with his wife, Chirlane McCray, and Bratton, with all three sitting in a front-row pew as Timothy Cardinal

The week the dam broke in Russia
and ended Putin´s dreams
Telegraph [UK], by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard    Original Article
Posted By: Attercliffe- 12/22/2014 5:45:14 AM     Post Reply
Gallows humour is back in Moscow. Asked what he would do to stop the rouble spiralling out of control, the former governor of Russia’s central bank replied: “I would pick up a pistol and shoot myself.” This was the week when the country’s long-festering crisis turned virulent. A last-ditch attempt to defend the exchange rate by raising interest rates to 17pc failed within hours, yet the shock is surely enough to set off a chain of corporate failures and push banks over the edge. Traders in the City watched open-mouthed as the dam broke on Black Tuesday.

Revolutionary lens restores
complete vision to ageing eyes
Telegraph [UK], by Sarah Knapton    Original Article
Posted By: Attercliffe- 12/22/2014 5:42:07 AM     Post Reply
For many people getting older brings a catalogue of vision problems which make everyday tasks like reading and driving a major challenge. But a new lens implant which mimics the working of a youthful eye is giving sight back to people struggling with cataracts, astigmatism, or long and short-sightedness. It is the first lens that corrects for all types of vision problems at once and can be inserted in just a simple operation. It works at any distance and in any light condition, acting more like a camera zoom than other multi-focal lenses which have three distinct points of focus.

  


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Earth´s Climate Shows
2,000 Year Cooling Trend
Power Line, by John Hinderaker    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 12/22/2014 5:39:15 AM     Post Reply
People who swallow global warming alarmism almost never know anything about the Earth’s climatic history. Next time one of your friends or relatives starts giving you the global warming routine, ask him or her to graph the temperature history of the last 500,000 years. Or 20,000 years. Or 2,000. Trust me: the supposed climate expert won’t be able to do it. Yet putting the modest temperature increase of the latter half of the 20th century into historical context is the first prerequisite of any intelligent evaluation. From Watts Up With That? comes a report on a new tree-ring study that covers

Night Thoughts
National Review Online, by Jay Nordlinger    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 12/22/2014 5:36:26 AM     Post Reply
1) When I write about our culture — and other cultures — I often quote a lyric: “You’ve got to be carefully taught.” Who taught yesterday’s murderer that cops were anti-black and at war against blacks? Who taught him that the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner were not accidental deaths — tragedies — but racist murders? He did not come out of the womb believing those things, or disposed to believe those things. He was taught them. These lies were planted in his head, and he acted on them. 2) Now and then, I think back to why I rejected

The Interview and North Korea:
what happened to America´s true grit?
Telegraph [UK], by Boris Johnson    Original Article
Posted By: Attercliffe- 12/22/2014 5:32:10 AM     Post Reply
Whoa, this can’t be right. Guys, guys, guys--this isn’t the end. It feels like the lights have just come on in the theatre just when I was settling down to my popcorn. I have been watching this hilarious international espionage caper movie. Have you seen it? The drama centres on a film called The Interview, and the global convulsions it causes. The premise is that the US studio bosses decide to approve an absurdly bad taste comedy about the leader of North Korea. This film is itself a manically implausible affair in which the nutjob commie tyrant agrees to give an interview

Time: Right-Wing Militias
Are The Real Threat To Cops
Daily Caller, by Scott Greer    Original Article
Posted By: Pluperfect- 12/22/2014 5:29:36 AM     Post Reply
Time Magazine warned of a growing threat to cops nationwide in September 2010. The nationally renowned publication argued that sinister individuals would launch targeted attacks against police officers and even ambush them in their patrol cars. Time alerted readers that these groups and individuals have a disturbing hatred of cops and that there was a real threat of “lone-wolf” attacks. Who are these groups that present such a threat to police? Right-wing militias, according to Time. In a lengthy six-page article entitled “The Secret World of Extremist Militias,” then-Time Contributing Editor-at-Large Barton Gellman made the case that America should be deeply worried about

  


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In Cuba deal, why did Obama
back down on political prisoners?
Washington Examiner, by Byron York    Original Article
Posted By: Pluperfect- 12/22/2014 5:23:28 AM     Post Reply
Barack Obama has long believed United States Cuba policy should change; he so when he first ran for president in 2008. Back then, though, Sen. Obama stressed that the U.S. should hold Cuba to a number of stringent conditions before even beginning to normalize relations. The first of those conditions was freedom for Cuba´s political prisoners. Obama laid out his proposal in a May 23, 2008 speech in Miami. Noting the "unanswered cries of the political prisoners heard from the jails of Havana," Obama said his policy toward Cuba "will be guided by one word: libertad." "The road to freedom for all

Hate Speech Leads to Hate Crimes
National Review Online, by Ira Straus    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 12/22/2014 5:18:32 AM     Post Reply
America and the West are subjected nonstop to a barrage of hate speech from the intelligentsia. Hate speech leads to hate crimes, here as everywhere. Few people have faced up to the extent of the hate crimes and hate speech against the West. The murder of the two New York City policemen Saturday is only the tip of the iceberg. Literally thousands of inciters have propagated a dishonest storyline of widespread police violence against blacks. And what we’ve seen in recent months is only the current instance in a long history of incitement against the West. A view of the West

Marco Rubio makes his point
Washington Post, by Jennifer Rubin    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 12/22/2014 5:15:59 AM     Post Reply
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) is making the most of his moment, and in a rare instance putting Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) in his place for his nonsensical foreign policy proclamations and upstaging fellow Cuban American Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.). Friday night Rand Paul had whined that Rubio had been “rude” in saying the libertarian-leaning junior Kentucky senator didn’t “know what he was talking about” when he cheered the prospect that economic interaction would improve Cubans’ plight. (Rand Paul’s observation about the wonders of economic engagement was particularly inapt in light of the facts that Obama’s increased trade and economic cooperation

Obama´s Christmas Gift to my Daughter
American Spectator, by David Catron    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 12/22/2014 5:14:00 AM     Post Reply
My youngest daughter just joined the ever-increasing number of Americans who have lost their health coverage due to Obamacare. She received a letter from her insurance carrier indicating that the individual policy with which she was eminently satisfied, and that she could more or less afford, would no longer be available after the end of the year. In its place, the insurer offered a plan whose premiums will be nearly double what she has been paying for the cancelled policy. Her monthly premium was $127. The premium for the replacement policy, if she can find no alternative, will be $243. Anyone

  


  

Koch brothers bad,
Castro brothers Boy Scouts
Washington Times, by Fingers Malloy    Original Article
Posted By: MissMolly- 12/22/2014 5:08:35 AM     Post Reply
Liberals were in a near euphoric state on Wednesday after President Obama announced that the United States and Cuba are on a path to normalizing relations between the two nations, a move that will pave the way for a U.S. Embassy in Havana, and may eventually lead to lifting a 50-year-old American trade embargo. I mean sure, the Castro brothers are oppressive to their own people. So they’ve killed an untold number of political dissidents or imprisoned them in forced labor camps. So they don’t allow “freedom of speech,” or “freedom of the press,” or “the right to assemble.” Yeah sure,

Camille Cosby is the ‘Ninny of the Year’
New York Post, by Andrea Peyser    Original Article
Posted By: MissMolly- 12/22/2014 5:01:49 AM     Post Reply
The year 2014 should go down in history as The Year of the Ninny. Not since Rihanna forgave singer Chris Brown, the unspeakable batterer who turned her face into mush, have we seen such a rush to excuse behavior that should result in certain guys being permanently neutered. Not since Huma Abedin excused the compulsive sexting of her skanky spouse, the ridiculous ex-Rep. Anthony Weiner, have we seen such a dutiful crop of doormats standing by their men in Hail Mary bids to save freaky marriages or protect the hides of miserable males. We haven’t seen such a gaggle of presumably smart gals

Scenes from Putin’s Economic Meltdown
Politico, by Alec Luhn    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 12/22/2014 4:59:05 AM     Post Reply
Get the hot deals while they last! Whatever’s on your holiday shopping list—buy now, it may never be this cheap again! In a single day this past week, the ruble exchange rate dropped from 59 to 80 to the dollar, further eroding confidence in the Russian economy and ensuring a deep recession next year—but also briefly turning Moscow into the shopping capital of the world. Although this past week’s currency crisis marked the worst fall for the ruble since Russia defaulted on its debt in 1998, no one was waiting in bread lines or starting a run on the bank. Instead,

Prosecute Torturers and Their Bosses
New York Times, by Editorial    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 12/22/2014 4:55:22 AM     Post Reply
Since the day President Obama took office, he has failed to bring to justice anyone responsible for the torture of terrorism suspects — an official government program conceived and carried out in the years after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. He did allow his Justice Department to investigate the C.I.A.’s destruction of videotapes of torture sessions and those who may have gone beyond the torture techniques authorized by President George W. Bush. But the investigation did not lead to any charges being filed, or even any accounting of why they were not filed. Mr. Obama has said multiple times that “we

Wicked Mobs, Cop Killers,
and the Attorney General
PJ Media, by J. Christian Adams    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 12/22/2014 4:52:16 AM     Post Reply
Wickedness has darkened this season of lights in Brooklyn. It is no surprise or accident that a ghoul like Ismaaiyl Brinsley bathed himself in messages of hate, racial division and anger and then chose to destroy lives. But Brinsley wasn’t alone in his racially soaked hatred of the police. For starters, a mob has Brinsley’s back. This seemingly disconnected mob has been on the prowl in the months since America learned of Ferguson, Missouri. They’ve smashed up windows of banks in Berkeley, burned up bakeries in Ferguson, and looted, burned, shot, robbed and killed across the nation. But such mobs

  



Obama has no idea how to handle North
Korean attack on private citizens
Hot Air, by Noah Rothman    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 12/22/2014 4:46:58 AM     Post Reply
Outgoing CNN host Candy Crowley sat down with President Barack Obama for his final interview of the year on Friday in which she probed him over his government’s response to the North Korea-linked cyber-attack on Sony Studios. Crowley asked if the administration considered the costly and dramatic attack on the livelihoods of American citizens, complete with ultimatums warning of future attacks unless Sony behaved in a manner preferred by the attackers, represented an act of war. “No, I don’t think it was an act of war,” Obama said. “I think it was an act of cyber-vandalism that was very costly, very expensive.

Who Is Sally Yates? President
Barack Obama To Appoint
Deputy Attorney General
International Business Times, by Maria Vultaggio    Original Article
Posted By: Lalo- 12/22/2014 4:44:33 AM     Post Reply
Sally Yates is President Barack Obama’s choice for deputy attorney general, Reuters reported Sunday. The U.S. attorney in Atlanta will reportedly take over for Deputy Attorney General James Cole at the Justice Department in January. Yates, 54, served on Attorney General Eric Holder’s advisory committee, the Washington Post said. The announcement could come Monday or Tuesday, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. She has more than two decades of experience as a prosecutor and was the first female as U.S. attorney in Atlanta. One of her advisers, Atlanta defense attorney Don Samuel, raved about her. “We are delighted,” he told the

Time to Bring Back
the Truman Democrats
Daily Beast, by Joel Kotkin    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 12/22/2014 4:40:41 AM     Post Reply
Democrats are pushing race and environmental issues when they should be embracing the lunch-bucket themes that once built party dominance. Meanwhile, voters flee. Once giants walked this earth, and some of them were Democrats. In sharp contrast to the thin gruel that passes for leadership today, the old party of the people, with all its flaws, shaped much of the modern world, and usually for the better. Think of Franklin Roosevelt or Harry Truman, John Kennedy, or California’s Pat Brown, politicians who believed in American greatness, economic growth, and upward mobility. For more than 40 years, the Democratic Party has drifted far

Cuban spy´s ultimate mystery: How he got
his wife pregnant from a U.S. prison
CNN, by Patrick Oppman    Original Article
Posted By: Pluperfect- 12/22/2014 4:33:46 AM     Post Reply
Havana, Cuba -- It might be the most bizarre of the closely guarded secrets from last week´s historic agreement between the United States and Cuba: How did the leader of a Cuban spy ring serving life in a California federal prison manage to impregnate his wife 2,245 miles away in Havana? As part of the most significant diplomatic breakthrough between the United States and Cuba in more than 50 years, a prisoner swap was made. To uphold its part of the bargain, the U.S. released three Cuban spies, including Gerardo Hernandez, the head of the spy ring known as the Wasp

A Widening Rift Between de Blasio
and the New York City
Is Savagely Ripped Open
New York Times, by Matt Flegenheimer    Original Article
Posted By: Daisymae- 12/22/2014 4:32:59 AM     Post Reply
Mayor Bill de Blasio sat in the front pew at St. Patrick’s Cathedral on Sunday, head bowed at times, with his wife on his left and the police commissioner on his right. The crowd had come, Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan said, to mourn the two officers killed in an ambush in Brooklyn on Saturday. It had come to pray for their families and their “brothers and sisters in uniform.”
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Lightning strike after Bucs
game in Tampa injures 6
CBS News, by Staff    Original Article
Posted By: Pluperfect- 12/22/2014 4:31:48 AM     Post Reply
Six people were struck by lightning after a Tampa Bay Buccaneers game in Florida Sunday afternoon. No fatalities were reported, but the injured victims were taken to a nearby hospital, according to CBS News affiliate WTSP. Paramedics treated the victims at the scene. he lightning strike, which happened in a parking lot near Raymond James Stadium in Tampa came during heavy rains hit the area after the Bucs game against Green Bay. The Packers won 20-3. It is unclear if the victims were hit by a direct strike or if it happened within their vicinity.

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