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Wednesday, January 30, 2013

 









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Syria says Israel attacked military research center
Story is beginning to change already. Has Israel
finally hit the skunk works?
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What Was the Point of Obama’s Immigration Speech?
Flew 2400 miles to say, "I'll have what they're having."
Or to give staff time to look for skeet shooting pics.
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FBI raids West Palm Beach office of
doctor tied to U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez

Bad story a day and nothing new from Menendez
but a horrendous dye job.
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How President Obama Lost His Shirt to John Boehner
This should cheer you up.
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Hillary Clinton Talks Benghazi With Greta Van Susteren
In All-Encompassing Foreign Policy Interview

A bit of bait and switch here. Blood soaked
questions still hanging.
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Steve Kroft: Obama’s Larry King
O to Kroft and 60 Minutes, "Nice doggie,
good doggie, sit...stay."
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Must Reads for Tuesday, January 29, 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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´My prognosis is very poor´: John McCain
reveals he´s in ´very, very serious´
condition as he continues his battle against
brain cancer

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Daily Mail (UK), by Keith Griffith    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 9/25/2017 12:30:17 PM     Post Reply
John McCain revealed his doctors gave him a ´very poor prognosis´ when he first found out about the rare and aggressive brain cancer that he continues to battle. The Arizona senator said his doctors told him at the time that his condition was ´very, very serious´. ´So I just said, "I understand." Now we´re going to do what we can, get the best doctors we can find and do the best we can. And at the same time, celebrate with gratitude a life well-lived,´ McCain said during an interview on 60 Minutes, that aired Sunday night. McCain underwent surgery in July

   

 

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Former Army Ranger Is Only Steelers
Player To Stand For National Anthem [Video]

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Daily Caller, by Peter Hasson    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 9/24/2017 6:09:52 PM     Post Reply
The entire Pittsburgh Steelers team remained in the locker room during the national anthem, with the exception of one player: Army veteran Alejandro Villanueva, who plays offensive tackle for the Steelers. While the rest of his teammates remained in the locker room, Villanueva stood in the tunnel holding his helmet in his left hand and holding his right hand over his heart as the anthem played. WATCH: (Videos/Tweet) Villaneuva played in college at West Point Military Academy before going on to become an Army Ranger. He served three tours in Afghanistan and was awarded the Bronze Star Medal for Valor.

Dallas Cowboys Kneel Down in Arizona
– Crowd Boo’s –
NFL Implosion Complete…

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The Conservative Treehouse, by Sundance    Original Article
Posted By: greggojo- 9/25/2017 10:14:18 PM     Post Reply
The Dallas Cowboys, together with team owner Jerry Jones, take a collective knee at the start of the Monday Night Football game to display their unity with… well, something probably. Stick a fork in the financial future of the NFL, it’s done; finished.The only thing that was saving the NFL from full organizational collapse was the advent of Fantasy Football Leagues and the subsequent betting and fan-based league play therein. Never underestimate the inability of any business organization to inoculate itself with idiot resistant policies once they enter the arena of identity politics.

In wake of President Trump´s harsh words, it´s
time for NFL owners to sign Colin Kaepernick

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USA Today, by Josh Peters    Original Article
Posted By: NorthernDog- 9/25/2017 1:51:29 PM     Post Reply
CARSON, Calif. — It’s time for NFL owners to go beyond issuing statements and to make a statement: bring back quarterback Colin Kaepernick. On Sunday, from an undisclosed location, Kaepernick retweeted on his Twitter account several images of NFL players wearing T-shirts that read #IMWITHKAP. NFL owners need to show they are as well. They finally can dispel theories that Kaepernick has been blackballed for refusing to stand for the national anthem last season, or, fearing a blacklash from fans, that they simply lack the courage to give him another chance. In May 2016, speaking at a campaign rally in Kentucky,

Jackson Lee Kneels During Congressional
Speech ´in Honor of the First Amendment´

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PJ Media, by Bridget Johnson    Original Article
Posted By: Pluperfect- 9/26/2017 4:45:52 AM     Post Reply
WASHINGTON -- Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Texas) took a knee on the floor of the House tonight during a special order by the Congressional Black Caucus focused on rooting out racism and defending the First Amendment. "Someone had the lack of judgment to provoke the situation and call their mothers a name," Jackson Lee said of President Trump using "son of a bi*ch" last week to refer to NFL players who knelt during the National Anthem in protest of racial injustice. "I refuse to accept that as a standard of leadership for the highest office in the world -- and even if

5 Problems With The NFL’s
National Anthem Protest

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The Federalist, by Mollie Hemingway    Original Article
Posted By: earlybird- 9/25/2017 3:55:54 PM     Post Reply
At a Friday rally in Alabama, President Donald Trump criticized football players who protest during the national anthem: Wouldn’t you love to see one of these NFL owners, when somebody disrespects our flag, to say, ‘Get that son of a b-tch off the field right now. Out. He’s fired. He’s fired!’ (Snip)Here are five reasons the NFL anthem protests are not going as well as the media would like to think. 1. Vague And Unclear Protest Goals One of the keys to a good protest is to have a clear goal. If the discussions on Sunday were any indication, nobody is entirely clear

   

 

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Dallas Cowboys, Including Jerry
Jones, Take a Knee Before Anthem

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Washington Post, by Benjamin Hoffman    Original Article
Posted By: LittleHoodedMonk- 9/25/2017 9:32:18 PM     Post Reply
A day after most of the N.F.L. engaged in at least some form of demonstration during the playing of the national anthem, the Dallas Cowboys linked arms in the middle of the University of Phoenix Stadium field in Glendale, Ariz., and collectively took a knee before the song was played. The Arizona Cardinals linked arms in the end zone with some military personnel in a show of unity. By the time the pop star Jordin Sparks began singing the song, the Cowboys, who were joined in kneeling by the team’s owner, Jerry Jones, had moved to the sideline, linking arms while standing. The crowd, which had booed as the visiting C

Pittsburgh Steelers Player Alejandro
Villanueva Apologizes For Standing
During Anthem…

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Conservative Treehouse, by Sundance    Original Article
Posted By: earlybird- 9/25/2017 7:32:22 PM     Post Reply
Many people heralded Pittsburgh Steeler football player Alejandro Villanueva as a hero for standing up during the national anthem…. Today, not-so-much. Unfortunately, today Villaneuva says he was embarrassed to stand for the U.S. flag and National Anthem; and he apologized to his team and coach for not supporting their decision to stay in the locker room. ( Tweets)I wonder if all of those people who purchased his jersey will now be asking for refunds? (VIDEO)

Steelers Coach Didn’t Want Army Vet
To Stand For Anthem [Video]

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Daily Caller, by Peter Hasson    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 9/24/2017 11:00:39 PM     Post Reply
Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin indicated Sunday night that he did not want offensive tackle Alejandro Villanueva to stand for the national anthem, instead of sitting it out with the rest of his teammates. Villanueva, a former Army Ranger who served three tours in Afghanistan, was the only Steelers player to stand for the anthem. While Villanueva stood in the tunnel, hand over his heart, the rest of the team remained in the locker room in protest of President Trump’s comments that players who kneel during the national anthem should be fired. Tomlin said in a post-game press conference

A third of Americans less likely to
watch NFL games due to anthem protests

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Washington Times, by Jennifer Harper    Original Article
Posted By: Ribicon- 9/24/2017 11:43:49 PM     Post Reply
“Are football fans voting with their TVs?” asks a new Rasmussen Reports survey. “As the NFL struggles to explain this season’s downturn in viewer ratings, 34 percent of American adults say they are less likely to watch an NFL game because of the growing number of protests by players on the field,” the poll reports, noting that 12 percent say they are more likely to watch, while half say the protests have no effect on their viewing decisions. “Interestingly, there’s little difference of opinion on the protests and NFL viewing habits among whites, blacks and other minority adults,” the poll

McCain: Trump hasn’t apologized for POW crack
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New York Post, by Mark Moore    Original Article
Posted By: MissMolly- 9/25/2017 4:49:53 AM     Post Reply
Arizona Sen. John McCain insists his vote against a GOP plan to repeal ObamaCare is not payback for Donald Trump demeaning the former POW’s heroism during the Vietnam War when the president remarked, “I like people who weren’t captured.” “If I took offense at everybody who has said something about me, or disparaged me or something like that — life is too short. You’ve got to move on,” McCain, a Navy pilot who spent more than five years in a North Vietnamese prison, told CBS’s “60 Minutes” in an interviewed that aired Sunday. “And on an issue of this importance

   

 

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NFL may lose bigly with social justice antics
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American Thinker, by Brian C. Joondeph    Original Article
Posted By: mc squared- 9/24/2017 3:07:50 PM     Post Reply
It´s DEFCON 1 this weekend – not between the U.S. and North Korea, despite the battle of insults between "Dotard" President Donald Trump and "Rocket Man" Kim Jong-un. Instead, the war is between the president and the sports world, specifically the NFL and NBA. It led the Drudge Report on Saturday. Since when have professional sports become political? Long before Trump moved into the White House. The NFL is famous for its activism. Support for Black Lives Matter after Ferguson. Solidarity with Trayvon Martin. Lectures from Bob Costas – not on the upcoming game, but on gun control or global

   

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