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  • Shhhh! Tim Howard’s a Christian

    07/02/2014 7:12:58 PM PDT · by ReformationFan · 10 replies
    Newsbusters ^ | 7-2-14 | Katie Yoder
    The media are poring over each and every detail of the life of U.S. soccer team’s heroic goalkeeper. Here’s one they probably won’t mention: Tim Howard is a Christian. Beating the U.S. soccer team in a 2-1 game, Belgium eliminated the U.S. from the World Cup, on July 1. Despite that, the U.S. team still boasted a win: goalkeeper Tim Howard made 16 goal saves during the match, the most in World Cup history since 1966 (when record-keeping first began). ABC, CBS and NBC noted the champion’s popularity – but failed to mention his faith. During the morning segments after...
  • Podesta: Obama’s “Warmed Up” to Executive Action; Will Use It for “Climate Change”…

    01/28/2014 7:46:48 AM PST · by Olog-hai · 55 replies
    Cybercast News Service ^ | January 28, 2014 - 9:27 AM | Susan Jones
    President Obama has “warmed up” to using executive authority, and when he believes “he has the authority” to “make progress” without action by Congress, he will do it, White House adviser John Podesta told NPR Tuesday morning. […] “There’s a lot that he has the authority to do that’s vested in him under the laws of the United States and his constitutional powers, and I think that he’s looking forward to a year of action, and I think he’s looking forward to tonight (when he gives the State of the Union speech) as a breakthrough year where he can lay...
  • Carney denies people misled on keeping healthcare coverage

    10/29/2013 12:10:06 PM PDT · by tellw · 88 replies
    The Hill ^ | 10/29/31 | Justin Sink
    White House press secretary Jay Carney on Tuesday denied President Obama had misled the public when he said that consumers could keep their health insurance plans after the passage of the Affordable Care Act. Carney said that consumers who "had a plan the day before the Affordable Care Act passed and signed into law" and who had not either dropped their coverage or "been thrown off the plan" by their insurance companies were "grandfathered in and can keep that plan." "If you've kept it, you can keep it forever, as long as your insurer offers it," Carney said.
  • Nobody Applauds When Leno Asks ‘How Many Are Worried About Government Shutdown?’ (Hilarious!)

    10/02/2013 2:31:12 PM PDT · by St_Thomas_Aquinas · 20 replies
    Newsbusters ^ | 10/2/2013 | Jay Leno
    I recommend watching the video. The delivery and audience response are important. But here's the transcript: JAY LENO: Welcome non-essential employees! [Cheers and applause] How many are here because all the museums and state parks are closed? That's the only reason you're here. [Laughter] Yeah. Well, we got the government shut down, but the beginning of ObamaCare. So ObamaCare has started. You know what that means? You can now complain to your doctor about the government making you sick. You see that? [Laughter and applause] How many are worried about the government shutdown? [Light laughter, no applause] How many are...
  • Chris Christie Signs 10 Gun Bills Into Law

    08/08/2013 6:40:19 PM PDT · by Red in Blue PA · 38 replies
    New Jersey Republican Gov. Chris Christie signed 10 pieces of gun legislation into law Thursday. Christie, widely seen as a probable GOP candidate for president in 2016, signed off on the slate of bills, most of which were non-controversial, while leaving five more contentious bills still awaiting his signature or veto. One of the new laws will disqualify any person on the federal terrorist watch list from obtaining firearms identification cards or permits to purchase handguns. “To the extent that this bill will keep guns out of the hands of known terrorists, or those who have taken active steps to...
  • Support falling in polls, Harry Reid announces rush to pass immigration bill

    06/19/2013 6:34:19 AM PDT · by Qbert · 9 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | JUNE 18, 2013 | BYRON YORK
    With a new poll showing falling support for the Gang of Eight comprehensive immigration reform bill, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has announced an accelerated schedule in which the Senate would take a final, up-or-down vote on passing the bill by the end of next week. "I’m just telling everybody that we’re going to either file cloture on this on Friday or Saturday or Sunday or Monday,” Reid said as the Senate opened its morning session. Filing for cloture means that a final vote would be held three days later. So if Reid filed for cloture on Monday, June 24,...
  • My Apology to Mormon Readers

    06/06/2013 5:44:09 AM PDT · by Colofornian · 46 replies ^ | June 5, 2013 | Mike Adams
    Dear Stacey: You have written demanding an apology for my recent characterization of the Mormon religion as "non-Christian." I am happy to write a public letter of apology to you and to the countless Mormon readers who responded negatively to my characterization. I am sorry that so many of my Mormon readers have brazenly accused me of ignorance of their religion and suggested that I read the Book of Mormon. I am sorry that they were unaware that I read the Book of Mormon back in 2006. I am sorry that the science of genetics has refuted claims made in...
  • Biden: 'If We Had Guns that Shot Chocolate,' People 'Safer' and 'Happier'

    05/14/2013 12:20:11 PM PDT · by Apparatchik · 71 replies
    The Weekly Standard ^ | 14 May 2013 | Daniel Halper
    In a letter to a seven-year-old Wisconsin boy, Vice President Joe Biden considers the possibility of guns with chocolate bullets. Biden's letter reads: Dear Myles, I am sorry it took me so very long to respond to your letter. I really like your idea. If we had guns that shot chocolate, not only would our country be safer, it would be happier. People love chocolate. You are a good boy, Joe Biden The vice president was responding to Myles's suggestion that guns shoot chocolate bullets. “He said if we have chocolate bullets, nobody would get hurt and nobody would be...
  • US sailor thwarts Dubai bus driver rapist after putting him in strangehold with her thighs

    04/25/2013 1:48:38 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 20 replies
    The Guardian ^ | 04/25/2013 | By JAYMI MCCANN
    <p>An off-duty US navy sailor wrestled a bus driver to the ground and beat him into submission after he attempted to rape her at knife point, a court heard yesterday.</p> <p>Prosecutors said that she knocked the knife from his hand, broke it in two, bit him in the hand, forced him to the ground and locked him between her thighs.</p>
  • 'Did your son always have balls the size of cue balls?' Biden to father of Navy SEAL....

    10/26/2012 10:46:43 AM PDT · by Justaham · 69 replies ^ | 10/26/12 | Hugo Gye
    Original title: 'Did your son always have balls the size of cue balls?' Biden's bizarre question to father of Navy SEAL who died in Benghazi attack --------------------------- The father of one of the Navy SEALs who was killed in the Libya consulate attack has criticised the White House reaction to his son's death - especially a bizarre and obscene comment Joe Biden made to him. Charles Woods, father of Tyrone Woods, said he thought Barack Obama had 'no remorse' over the attack and felt Hillary Clinton was 'not telling the truth'. And he revealed that at the ceremony for the...
  • Cows that burp less seen helping in climate fight

    07/09/2007 8:03:08 PM PDT · by CalvaryJohn · 8 replies · 342+ views
    Reuters ^ | Mon Jul 9, 2007 1:20PM EDT | (Reuters)
    LONDON (Reuters) - Manners aside, getting cows to burp less can help reduce global warming. Using modern plant-breeding methods to find new diets for cows that make them belch less is a way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, scientists said on Monday. The key is developing new varieties of food that are easier for cattle to digest and also provide a proper balance of fiber, protein and sugar, said Michael Abberton, a scientist at the UK-based Institute of Grassland and Environmental Research. This could open up plant-based solutions as alternatives to reducing stock as farmers look for ways to cut...