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Saturday, October 26, 2013

 





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World’s anger at Obama policies goes
beyond Europe and the NSA

Perhaps, to the moon, Alice?
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NY Times: Obama Deserves
an ´F´ on Healthcare.gov

A different kind of F-bomb lobbed from the
New York Times five years late.
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A Guantanamo detainee was on the
ground in Benghazi, sources say

As only Fox News says, "We'll keep on
this story and get back to you."
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Obamacare´s Majestic Failure Is About
Much More than Glitches

"When it comes to Obamacare, ignorance
is bliss for young Americans."
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Obamacare, designed to fail, is failing too soon
"Pigs have flown. Ted Cruz was right."
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Friday's MOST READ
Joel Gehrke's piece in the Washington Examiner
on cyber squatters on Obamacare website.
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Must Reads for Friday, October 25, 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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Both former Presidents Bush will not endorse
Donald Trump and join a growing list
of prominent Republicans who will not
back the party´s presumptive nominee

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Daily Mail (UK), by Ollie Gillman    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 5/4/2016 11:10:23 PM     Post Reply
Former Presidents George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush will not endorse Donald Trump, their spokesmen have announced. Presidents 41 and 43 said they would not back Trump, despite him becoming the presumptive nominee after his two Republican rivals dropped out of the race for the White House. Both of the former commanders-in-chief joined a growing list of prominent Republicans who have refused to back Trump´s run for the presidency. Scroll down for video -(Photo) Former President George W. Bush, whose brother Jeb pulled out of the race in February after a string of dismal results, will not be

   

 

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Trump Names Former Goldman Partner,
Soros Money Manager As Finance Chairman

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Daily Caller, by Alex Pappas    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 5/5/2016 12:55:09 PM     Post Reply
After acknowledging he will now raise money for the general election, presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has named a national finance chairman who has a history with some organizations that could clash with his conservative populist message. On Thursday, Trump named Steven Mnuchin, the chairman and CEO of private investment firm Dune Capital Management LP, to lead his fundraising. Mnuchin, according to his Bloomberg profile, was a partner at Goldman Sachs, where he worked for 17 years. He also worked at Soros Fund Management LLC, founded by liberal mega-donor George Soros. During the primary, Trump criticized rival Ted Cruz because the Texas

House Speaker Paul Ryan refuses
to back Donald Trump

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Associated Press, by Erica Werner    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 5/5/2016 5:00:57 PM     Post Reply
WASHINGTON- House Speaker Paul Ryan is refusing to support Donald Trump as the Republican nominee for president, insisting Thursday that the businessman must do more to unify the GOP. The surprise declaration from Ryan on CNN´s "The Lead" amounted to a stunning rebuke of Trump from the Republican Party´s highest-ranking officeholder. "I´m just not ready to do that at this point. I´m not there right now," the Wisconsin Republican said. "And I hope to. And I want to, but I think what is required is that we unify this party." Ryan had maintained his silence since Trump effectively clinched the

I hope Trumpians get what they
want and choke on it

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USA Today, by Steve Deace    Original Article
Posted By: EddiesDad- 5/5/2016 1:36:45 PM     Post Reply
Here lies the party that ended America’s gravest moral sin, preserved the union and saved Western Civilization by winning the Cold War. But all good things must come to an end. Time of death: May 3, 2016. The party of Lincoln and Reagan, arguably the two most important men of the previous two centuries, is now gone. Perhaps never to return, although as a Christian I always hold out hope for a resurrection. The ideals of faith, family and freedom — enshrined in its platform from the very beginning — have been replaced by a dirtbag megalomaniac’s quest for ultimate self-actualization.

Justice Department says North Carolina´s
anti-LGBT bathroom law violates civil
rights and can´t be enforced

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Associated Press, by Staff    Original Article
Posted By: Ribicon- 5/4/2016 9:04:52 PM     Post Reply
The Justice Department has warned North Carolina’s governor that the state´s anti-LGBT ´bathroom bill´ violates civil rights laws and cannot be enforced. The department put the state on notice that it is in danger of being sued and losing hundreds of millions of dollars in federal funding. The law limiting protections to LGBT people - known as House Bill 2 or HB2 - also requires transgender people to use public bathrooms that conform to the sex on their birth certificate. (Snip) Several other states have proposed similar laws limiting LGBT protections in recent months. In a letter to Gov. Pat McCrory, the Justice

John McCain may be in "race of my
life" because of Donald Trump

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CBS News, by Reena Flores    Original Article
Posted By: earlybird- 5/5/2016 12:27:52 PM     Post Reply
Republican Sen. John McCain is worried that Donald Trump will affect his reelection chances in Arizona, revealing his concerns during a closed-door meeting with donors last month, according to a recording of the event obtained by Politico earlier this week. "I do not take my primary opponent lightly," McCain said in the recording, published online Thursday. "But have no doubt that if it is Donald Trump at the top of the ticket, here in Arizona -- with over 30 percent of the vote being the Hispanic vote -- I have no doubt that this may be the race of my life." "People

   

 

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Paul Ryan’s Sharp Move for the
Republican Party–and Himself

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Wall Street Journal, by Doug Heye    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 5/6/2016 3:03:53 PM     Post Reply
In saying Thursday that he cannot support Donald Trump as the Republican presidential nominee at this time, House Speaker Paul Ryan did two things: He provided cover for members of the GOP caucus and other conservatives. He also positioned himself as the intellectual heart of the conservative movement and Republican Party–and as a strong candidate should he want to run for president in 2020. In other words, Mr. Ryan did the right thing for the party and the smart thing for himself.

´He loves this country´: Rick Perry endorses
Donald Trump after calling him a ´cancer´
during the Republican primary

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Daily Mail [UK], by Nikki Schwab    Original Article
Posted By: Attercliffe- 5/5/2016 8:18:07 PM     Post Reply
Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry – who once referred to Donald Trump´s candidacy as a ´cancer´ – is now endorsing his party´s presumptive nominee. ´He is not a perfect man. But what I do believe is that he loves this country and he will surround himself with capable, experienced people and he will listen to them,´ Perry told CNN by phone, speaking at his home in Texas. He also said he was open to being Trump´s running mate. ´I am going to be open to any way I can help. I am not going to say no,´ Perry said. Perry´s name had been

´Dismayed´ Romney says he doesn´t intend
to back Trump, worried about ´demagoguery
and populism´

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Washington Examiner, by Philip Klein    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 5/6/2016 5:00:33 AM     Post Reply
Mitt Romney, the 2012 GOP presidential nominee, said at a dinner in Washington on Thursday night that he had no intention of supporting presumtive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, saying he was "dismayed" by what he saw as a drift toward "demagoguery" and populism" in both parties. Romney also praised the leadership of House Speaker Paul Ryan, his 2012 running mate, who earlier on Thursday declared that he was not ready to support Trump. Romney said he´d love to see Ryan run for president, but that he´s needed in the House at this time. Though Romney at times sounded like

The Day the Republican Party Died
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Atlantic, by Molly Ball    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 5/5/2016 4:55:24 AM     Post Reply
NEW YORK—Where were you the night Donald Trump killed the Republican Party as we knew it? Trump was right where he belonged: in the gilt-draped skyscraper with his name on it, Trump Tower in Manhattan, basking in the glory of his final, definitive victory. “I have to tell you, I’ve competed all my life,” Trump said, his golden face somber, his gravity-defying pouf of hair seeming to hover above his brow. “All my life I’ve been in different competitions—in sports, or in business, or now, for 10 months, in politics. I have met some of the most incredible competitors that I’ve

DOJ Decides It Won’t Call People ‘Felons’
Or ‘Convicts’ Because Hurts Their Feelings

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Daily Caller, by Casey Harper    Original Article
Posted By: Pluperfect- 5/5/2016 4:53:25 AM     Post Reply
An official with the Department of Justice said the agency will no longer call people “felons” or “convicts” after they are released from prison because it is too hard on them emotionally. Assistant Attorney General Karol Mason wrote a piece in The Washington Post Wednesday saying “many of the formerly incarcerated men, women, and young people I talk with say that no punishment is harsher than being permanently branded a ‘felon’ or ‘offender.´” Mason said the decision is not to condone their behavior, but to use words to help them reenter society. In my role as head of the division

   

 

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What Now, Conservatives?
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National Review Online, by David French    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 5/5/2016 4:48:30 AM     Post Reply
The party of Lincoln is in ruins. A minority of its primary voters have torched its founders’ legacy by voting for a man who combines old-school Democratic ideology, a bizarre form of hyper-violent isolationism, fringe conspiracy theories, and serial lies with an enthusiastic flock of online racists to create perhaps the most toxic electoral coalition since George Wallace. Then — to add insult to injury — multiple GOP leaders bulldozed the ashes by issuing nauseating calls for unity, foremost among them Reince Priebus:(Snip for tweet)Reince, you should resign rather than spending one more ounce of personal energy supporting a reprehensible

   

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