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Saturday, January 05, 2013

 









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Barack Obama’s $7 million Hawaii vacation
is an insult to America’s struggling middle class

"The message this sends is one of sheer contempt
for the American taxpayer."
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Ex-Burglars Say Newspaper’s Gun Map
Would’ve Made the Job Easier, Safer

Crooks looking to avoid getting shot now know which
targets are soft and those who need weapons
know where they can steal them.
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Chuck Hagel’s nomination and the clarity it would bring
No-Bagel Hagel will now have to show his
(and Obama's) true colors.
  •  
Dick Armey Sticks His Freedom Works
Payback to Glenn Beck

An offer no one could refuse: $400,000 a year
for 20 years to go away.
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Must Reads for Friday, January 04, 2013
Yesterday's Must-Reads for those who missed.
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Ldotter Note: Don't Forget to Visit TheConnection
The Place Where Eagles Gather.
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Must Read Archive [Last 60 Days]

      


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Brit Hume: ‘Hypocrite’ Cruz Attacks
McConnell But Refuses to Badmouth Trump

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Mediaite, by Josh Feldman    Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 7/27/2015 8:36:54     Post Reply
Fox News’ Brit Hume called out Ted Cruz as an “obvious hypocrite” tonight for attacking Mitch McConnell while refusing to say a bad word about Donald Trump. Even as almost all of his Republican rivals have criticized Trump in one way or another, Cruz has repeatedly refused to do so. He defended Trump’s remarks about Mexican immigrant criminals, and when it came to Trump’s attack on John McCain, Cruz praised McCain’s service but refused to express even polite disagreement with Trump’s statement. There’s been some speculation that Cruz has been doing this to claim Trump’s supporters if/when he flames out, and Cruz

   

 

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Ex-Wife: Donald Trump Made
Me Feel ‘Violated’ During Sex

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Daily Beast, by Tim Mak & Brandy Zadrozny    Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 7/27/2015 9:14:05     Post Reply
Ivana Trump once accused the real estate tycoon of ‘rape,’ although she later clarified: not in the ‘criminal sense.’ Donald Trump introduced his presidential campaign to the world with a slur against Mexican immigrants, accusing them of being “rapists” and bringing crime into the country. “I mean somebody’s doing it!…Who’s doing the raping?” Donald Trump said, when asked to defend his characterization. It was an unfortunate turn of phrase for Trump—in more ways than one. Not only does the current front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination have a history of controversial remarks about sexual assault, but as it turns out, his ex-wife Ivana

Obama: ‘I’m a Pretty Good President’
And If I Ran For a Third
Term, I Could Win

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Washington Free Beacon, by David Rutz    Original Article
Posted By: ScarletPimpernel- 7/28/2015 8:46:45     Post Reply
President Obama told the African Union Tuesday that he felt he had been a “pretty good” president and if he were allowed to run for a third term, he’d probably be victorious. Obama made the remarks while criticizing leaders on the continent who wouldn’t step aside at the conclusion of their terms. “Now, let me be honest with you,” Obama said. “I do not understand this. I am in my second term. It has been an extraordinary privilege for me to serve as the President of the United States. I cannot imagine a greater honor or a more interesting job.

Senate smackdown: Ted Cruz, Mike Lee
efforts squelched by leaders

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Politico, by Manu Raju and Burgess Everett    Original Article
Posted By: fiesta del sol- 7/26/2015 5:50:58     Post Reply
Republican leaders delivered a smackdown of Sens. Ted Cruz and Mike Lee on the Senate floor Sunday — the latest in an increasingly testy rivalry marked by accusations of deceit and grandstanding. The showdown was triggered by an attempt by Cruz (R-Texas) and Lee (R-Utah) to employ arcane Senate procedures to take a tougher stand on Iran and to defund Planned Parenthood. Republican leaders led by Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) viewed the move as an affront to Senate rules and squelched the effort in dramatic fashion — an embarrassing setback for two of the chamber’s most conservative members.First Cruz

In Spanish, Jeb Bush recounts his
children were taunted for their skin tone

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Washington Post, by Ed O´Keefe    Original Article
Posted By: Drive- 7/28/2015 8:41:27     Post Reply
Jeb Bush speaks frequently about the time he met his wife as a high school exchange student in Mexico. But he rarely does so in Spanish. And rarely has he spoken about the taunts his own children faced for the color of their skin growing up as half-Hispanic children in Florida. On Monday, Bush spoke in deeply personal terms about his family´s Hispanic heritage -- and did so entirely in Spanish, providing a strong contrast with the recent rhetoric of Donald Trump, whether intentional or not. He also vowed to enact comprehensive immigration reform during his first term as president --

Hillary Clinton Pledges to
Install 500 Million Solar
Panels if Voted President

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TIME, by Helen Regan    Original Article
Posted By: Krazy Kamper- 7/27/2015 9:04:23     Post Reply
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Sunday made tackling climate change one of her key goals were she to enter the White House, pledging to have more than half a billion solar panels installed nationwide by the end of her first term in office. Clinton also called for a major increase in other renewable-energy sources, saying she wants every U.S. home to be powered by clean energy within a decade, reports Reuters. “I want more wind, more solar, more advanced bio-fuels, more energy efficiency,” she said at a weekend rally in Iowa. “And I’ve got to tell you, people who

   

 

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Jeb Bush Tells MSNBC in
Spanish Trump’s Immigration
Comments ‘Hurt’ Him

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Breitbart Big Government, by Katie McHugh    Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 7/27/2015 8:43:02     Post Reply
In an interview conducted solely in Spanish, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush tells MSNBC he’s “hurt” by GOP frontrunner Donald Trump’s strident criticisms of Mexican criminal aliens coming across the border. “I was hurt hearing somebody speaking in such a vulgar fashion. This makes solving this problem much more difficult. When we have politicians like that we cannot progress,” said Bush according to a translator. “In a political sense it was bad, and it creates an environment that is worse.” While Bush has consistently attacked Trump for saying that illegal immigration from Mexico has sparked a massive crime wave, he also acknowledged

Obamacare repeal loses,
Ex-Im bank wins in
GOP-held Senate votes

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Washington Times, by Tom Howell Jr.    Original Article
Posted By: Dreadnought- 7/26/2015 10:32:22     Post Reply
A procedural vote Sunday to repeal Obamacare couldn’t win over a majority of the GOP-led Senate, while a bid to revive an obscure exports agency succeeded, delivering twin blows to conservatives as they navigated a thorny path toward a highway bill that’s raised questions about civility and Republican discord in the august chamber. Allies of Majority Leader Mitch McConnell kicked off a kooky weekend session by scolding Sen. Ted Cruz, Texas Republican, for flouting the Senate’s rules of comity. The 2016 presidential candidate accused Mr. McConnell on Friday of lying about whether he’d struck a deal to revive the federal

Alexander After Latest Cruz Clash:
Should’ve Learned to Play
by the Rules in Kindergarten

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PJ Media, by Bridget Johnson    Original Article
Posted By: JoElla Bee- 7/26/2015 11:18:05     Post Reply
In Sunday session, the rift between Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) widened as amendment votes were shot down and Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) gave the junior senator from Texas a lecture on Senate civility rules. [Snip] Today, a Cruz amendment to the highway bill to keep Iran sanctions in force until Israel is recognized as a Jewish state and an amendment from Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) to defund Planned Parenthood were blocked from receiving roll-call votes. McConnell stressed on the Senate floor today that the Ex-Im Bank vote was allowed in part because nearly

Republican ´Old Guard´ pushes
back against Cruz and Lee

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Washington Examiner, by Susan Ferrechio    Original Article
Posted By: Drive- 7/27/2015 8:11:25     Post Reply
The GOP "Old Guard" in the Senate Sunday pushed back against outspoken conservative critics, avoiding direct attacks on Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, but making it clear his recent renegade actions are unwelcome in the upper chamber. Without saying a word, the Republican conference sent a powerful message to Cruz and other conservatives like Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, by not backing their efforts to add amendments to a "must-pass" highway spending bill. "Deliberation and reasoned judgment require an atmosphere of restraint, an atmosphere of thoughtful disagreement," Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, who serves as the Senate pro tempore and is the longest-serving GOP lawmaker,

DHS: Calling Islamic Terrorism
´Islamic´ Offends Muslims

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Investor´s Business Daily, by Editorial    Original Article
Posted By: Desert Fox- 7/27/2015 7:31:45     Post Reply
PC: After a Muslim terrorist gunned down unarmed Marines in Tennessee, the head of Homeland Security revealed a policy to downplay any Islamic role in such terror. The feds are now blindfolding each other on the threat. Homeland Security chief Jeh Johnson refuses to call Islamic terror "Islamic," arguing it´s "critical" to refrain from the label in order to "build trust" among Muslims. In jaw-dropping remarks Friday at Aspen Institute´s annual security forum, Johnson said the government will call such attacks "violent extremism" over "Islamic terrorism" out of respect for the Muslim community. The policy explains why the U.S. prosecutor and lead FBI

   

 

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´I think there´s so much confusion´:
Hillary Clinton reiterates she
didn´t ´knowingly´ send or receive
classified information using
her private email server

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Daily Mail (UK) & Associated Press, by Regina F. Graham & Staff    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 7/26/2015 2:07:16     Post Reply
Hillary Clinton said that she never knowingly sent or received classified information using her private email server on Saturday in Iowa. The Democratic presidential candidate also stated that she did not know what messages were being cited by intelligence investigators as examples of emails containing classified information. Clinton spoke briefly about the email matter after a Democratic gathering at the Madison County Historical Complex in which she stressed her commitment to a variety of issues, including her support for pre-kindergarten education and abortion access. Reporters raised the topic of the email during a brief news conference. Scroll down for video

   

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