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  • ‘Lock Her Up’ Chants Made Clinton Feel Sad

    07/24/2016 6:11:06 PM PDT · by Sub-Driver · 115 replies
    <p>Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said she was saddened by chants at the Republican Convention calling for her incarceration for the use of a private email server while she was secretary of state.</p> <p>“It felt very sad,” Mrs. Clinton said an interview on CBS “60 Minutes.”</p>
  • Chilling Trump video attacks Bush for calling illegal immigration ‘act of love’

    08/31/2015 1:17:32 PM PDT · by jimbo123 · 44 replies
    Washington Post ^ | 8/31/15 | Philip Rucker
    Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump released a chilling video Monday attacking opponent Jeb Bush for once suggesting that undocumented immigrants entered the United States as "an act of love." The 15-second video, which Trump posted to Instagram and Twitter, begins with the text: "Jeb Bush's Thoughts on Illegal Immigration." It plays sound of Bush, a former Florida governor, saying of undocumented immigrants, "Yes, they broke the law, but it's not a felony. It's an act of love." Over the sound of Bush talking, with harrowing music playing, the Trump video flashes mug shots of Francisco Sanchez, who was charged in...
  • Former contractor says she was attacked by rats at DC's Providence Hospital (Graphic content)

    07/25/2014 10:18:20 AM PDT · by Enterprise · 29 replies
    Fox 5 ^ | July 24, 2014 | Rick Boone
    It is an odd and very disturbing story. A hospital contractor in Northeast D.C. was attacked by rats on the job and she says they are the same rats that are eating bodies in the morgue.
  • Chilling

    07/17/2014 7:18:13 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 14 replies ^ | July 17, 2014 | Judge Andrew Napolitano
    "Chilling" is the word lawyers use to describe governmental behavior that does not directly interfere with constitutionally protected freedoms, but rather tends to deter folks from exercising them. Classic examples of "chilling" occurred in the 1970s, when FBI agents and U.S. Army soldiers, in business suits with badges displayed or in full uniform, showed up at anti-war rallies and proceeded to photograph and tape record protesters. When an umbrella group of protesters sued the government, the Supreme Court dismissed the case, ruling that the protesters lacked standing -- meaning, because they could not show that they were actually harmed, they...
  • Amanpour Calls Obama Admin Most 'Litigious Against Journalists' 'In Decades'

    11/16/2013 9:12:04 AM PST · by chessplayer · 24 replies
    CNN's Christiane Amanpour has a staunchly liberal track record, so perhaps it's surprising that she was so candid about the Obama administration overseas like she was in Morocco on Thursday.
  • DOJ Falsely Claimed That Reporter James Rosen Was Involved In Bombings In Trying To Hide Fact

    06/14/2013 5:05:02 PM PDT · by Nachum · 25 replies
    Tech Dirt ^ | 6/14/13 | Mike Masnick
    from the whoa dept Okay, here's one that's just crazy. A few weeks ago, lots of folks, including us, covered the story of how the Justice Department claimed to a court that reporter James Rosen was "an aider and abettor and/or co-conspirator" in a leak of some State Department info concerning North Korea. He was none of the above. He was a reporter, but the DOJ was abusing its power in order to spy on his email and phone records, to try to find the source of the leak. Soon after that, it came out that the DOJ had been...
  • AP CEO Says Government Sources Won’t Talk After Justice Department Probe

    06/19/2013 11:18:08 AM PDT · by SE Mom · 35 replies
    BuzzFeed ^ | June 19, 2013 | Evan McMorris-Santoro
    WASHINGTON — The CEO of the Associated Press told an audience Wednesday that the Department of Justice has succeeded in muzzling government employees from talking to AP reporters in the weeks since the seizure of AP phone records was revealed. “What I learned from our journalists should alarm everyone in this room and I think should alarm everyone in this country. The actions of the DOJ against AP are already having an impact beyond the specifics of this particular case,” AP CEO Gary Pruitt told an audience at the National Press Club. “Some of our longtime trusted sources have become...
  • Does the gov't have much credibility on AP, Fox News Rosen story, the IRS scandal, NSA, PRISM...?

    06/19/2013 12:00:31 PM PDT · by Laissez-faire capitalist · 3 replies
    6/19/2013 | Laissez-Faire Capitalist
    Does it? Should we believe the OMB's numbers that legalizing 15 million illegals will add $179 billion dollars to the U.S. economy over the next 10 years, and $700 billion over the next 10 years after that? Should we believe Menendez? How accurate was the Office of Management and Budget on what OBAMACARE would cost? I would like to see how much faith Rubio, McCain, Graham and others - be they conservative hosts on television or on talk radio - put in the numbers that the OMB supplied concerning legalizing 15 million illegals. Should they believe Menendez? The New York...
  • Obama’s bloody recipe for more Benghazis

    05/24/2013 9:36:28 AM PDT · by topher · 11 replies
    Michelle Malkin ^ | By Michelle Malkin • May 24, 2013 09:06 AM | Michelle Malkin
    Gird your loins, America. President Obama intends to empty out Guantanamo Bay and send scores of suspected Muslim terror operatives back to their jihadist-coddling native countries. Goaded by anti-war activists and soft-on-terror attorneys (including those from Attorney General Eric Holder’s former private law firm), Obama announced Thursday that he’ll lift a ban on sending up to 90 Yemeni detainees home and will initiate other stalled transfers out of the compound. This radical appeasement of Obama’s left flank is a surefire recipe for more Benghazis, more U.S.S. Coles and more innocent lives at risk.
  • California man linked to anti-Islam film taken in for questioning [What First Amendment?]

    09/15/2012 4:53:02 AM PDT · by SoFloFreeper · 28 replies
    Reuters ^ | September 15, 2012 | Alex Dobuzinskis
    A California man convicted of bank fraud was taken in for questioning on Saturday by officers investigating possible probation violations stemming from the making of an anti-Islam film that triggered violent protests in the Muslim world... terms of Nakoula's prison release contain behavior stipulations that bar him from accessing the Internet or assuming aliases without the approval of his probation officer. A senior law enforcement official in Washington has indicated the probation investigation relates to whether he broke one or both of these conditions. Violations could result in him being sent back to prison, court records show.
  • Revealing Eyes

    10/07/2011 6:10:10 AM PDT · by Revski
    Revski youtube Classic ^ | 10/06/2011 | Revski
    This animated video of a talking dear and rabbit look a like, revealing an end-time Biblical event. The voices of this video are o7jimmy and grandson Eli.
  • FBI Expands Agents’ Investigative Power

    06/13/2011 3:38:42 AM PDT · by callisto · 44 replies
    The FBI is giving significant new powers to its roughly 14,000 agents -- allowing them more leeway to search databases, go through household trash or use surveillance teams to scrutinize the lives of people who have attracted their attention. < SNIP > Some of the most notable changes apply to the lowest category of investigations, called an "assessment." The category, created in December 2008, allows agents to look into people and organizations "proactively" and without firm evidence for suspecting criminal or terrorist activity.
  • The Jerusalem Bus-Station Bombing: A Chilling Reminder to Us All

    03/23/2011 10:22:52 AM PDT · by Nachum · 12 replies
    National Review ^ | 3/23/11 | Guilio Meotti
    The daily diet of hateful Islamist propaganda has had its intended effect. A terrorist attack has struck the Jerusalem bus station: At least 25 people were hurt and one woman was killed after an explosive device was detonated in a phone booth near the Convention Center. (Snip) The Israelis are the only Western population forced to live with their eyes turned to heaven, sending their children to school by different buses. (Snip) A new Facebook page calling for a “third intifada” was just created — on Sunday afternoon, the page had nearly 140,000 “Likes.”
  • Czar seeks 'chilling effect' on internet

    10/01/2009 10:25:00 PM PDT · by Nachum · 25 replies · 1,004+ views
    American Thinker ^ | 10/2/09 | Lee Cary
    The meta-message of Cass Sunstein's new book delivers a warning to those who would spread Internet "rumors" about Barack Obama. The Regulatory Czar's latest book is entitled Rumors. It purports to be about how rumors spread. To that end, it's full of remarkable insights such as "Many of us accept false rumors because of either our fears or our hopes." (p. 6) "Your willingness to believe a rumor will inevitably depend on the information with which you start." (p. 19) "Sometimes people believe rumors because other people believe them." (p. 28) Plus the shocking revelation that "Many rumors spread conspiracy...
  • James Clavell - The Children's story(VANITY)

    09/27/2009 3:39:32 PM PDT · by mware · 14 replies · 674+ views
    self ^ | 09/27/09 | mware
    With all the news articles appearing regarding our schools. I thought it was appropiate to play this old television presentation from the 1980. I have looked though many of the media centers in our district to show it to my school students with no luck until now.I think you will find it chilling.Part One - Two Three
  • Darwinism as Religion in a Holy War

    02/20/2009 2:58:53 PM PST · by GodGunsGuts · 97 replies · 1,913+ views
    CEH ^ | February 20, 2009
    Darwinism as Religion in a Holy War Feb 19, 2009 — It might be expected that media attention on Darwin would be exceptionally high this month because of his bicentennial, but some of it seems downright religious. The adulation he has been receiving is almost embarrassing sometimes. It is only exceeded by the righteous indignation frequently expressed against intelligent design. In any other context, the fighting words of the Darwinians would be described as hate speech. Here are some recent examples: 1. Shrine to Darwin:...
  • Rudy finds chilly reception in Colorado

    04/20/2007 8:26:41 PM PDT · by MtnClimber · 96 replies · 2,007+ views
    Rocky Mountain Gun Owners ^ | April 17, 2007 | RMGO
    Hosted at the mansion/home of former Denver Nuggets star Kiki Van De Weghe, the event was meant as a strict money gatherer for Giuliani's frontrunner campaign. Only one problem: Giuliani is adamantly anti-gun, with a record to prove it. Being the first in a series of collaborative efforts between Rocky Mountain Gun Owners and the National Association for Gun Rights, we wanted this one to be a surprise (to both the organizers of the event and the attendees). Rest assured we'll let you know when there is another event. A small number of hardcore RMGO activists met outside the Cheeseman...
  • Target Any White Person, The Chilling Guidelines For Bali Suicide Bombers

    07/03/2006 8:18:23 PM PDT · by blam · 10 replies · 734+ views
    The Telegraph (UK) ^ | 7-4-2006 | Anton La Guardia
    Target any white person: the chilling guidelines for Bali suicide bombers By Anton La Guardia, Diplomatic Editor (Filed: 04/07/2006) Any white person is a target. Avoid hotels because they are too well protected. Carry the bombs in small knapsacks to avoid suspicion. And don't worry about your escape route because you will become a "martyr". These guidelines for suicide bombers were found on a computer captured by Indonesian police during a raid in November, and are believed to have been written by the British-educated bomb-maker Azahari Husin, who died during the attack. Azahari, in his mid-40s when he died, studied...
  • LA mayor (Villaraigosa) warns of Guard 'chilling' Mexican tourism, economic ties

    05/25/2006 7:28:53 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 43 replies · 952+ views
    ap on Riverside Press Enterprise ^ | 5/25/06 | Michael R. Blood - ap
    LOS ANGELES - Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa warned Thursday that federal plans to use more troops and barriers to tighten security on the nation's southern border could hurt the city's attempts to increase trade and tourism with Mexico. "There's no question that putting up a wall, assigning the National Guard, could have a chilling effect on tourism, the relationship between the two countries, economic ties," the mayor told reporters on the eve of his meeting with Mexican President Vicente Fox. "Our economies are much more intertwined than most people really understand," the mayor said. "The benefits to both countries are great."...

    01/17/2006 7:07:26 AM PST · by SoFloFreeper · 1,116 replies · 18,746+ views
    BREAKING ON THE AP WIRE: WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Supreme Court has upheld Oregon's one-of-a-kind physician-assisted suicide law, rejecting a Bush administration attempt to punish doctors who help terminally ill patients die.
  • Probes may have 'chilling effect' on media (espionage statute used on CIA prisons leak?)

    11/16/2005 1:08:27 PM PST · by Libloather · 29 replies · 1,174+ views
    Baltimore Sun ^ | 11/16/05 | Nick Madigan
    Probes may have 'chilling effect' on media By Nick Madigan Sun Reporter Originally published November 16, 2005 The investigations into anonymous leaks in the nation's capital could confound the symbiotic relationship between government officials and reporters, according to observers of the interaction between the press and the politicians they cover. The probes, first in the Valerie Plame case and now in The Washington Post's story about covert CIA prisons, have prompted questions about the benefits and pitfalls of leaking national security secrets, and whether the prospect of investigations into their provenance will mean the leaks could dry up. "What if...
  • Terror Bill Chilling For Muslims, Blair Warned

    11/10/2005 6:36:16 PM PST · by blam · 8 replies · 433+ views
    The Guardian (UK) ^ | 11-2005 | Alan Travis/Patrick Wintour
    Terror bill chilling for Muslims, Blair warned Alan Travis and Patrick Wintour Friday November 11, 2005 The Guardian (UK) The anti-terror bill will create a "significant chill factor" in the Muslim community, censor those who criticise British foreign policy and drive extremists further underground, the government's advisers warned yesterday. The fears were voiced by the Muslim community working groups set up by the Home Office to prevent the growth of extremism after the July terror attacks. The warning centres on the remaining provisions in the proposed legislation - such as the ban on the "glorification" of terrorist acts - that...
  • Chilling Exchange in Gush Katif

    08/15/2005 8:59:32 PM PDT · by Nachum · 35 replies · 984+ views ^ | Aug 15, '05 | Hillel Fendel
    A woman in Morag threatens to employ violence against herself and her children -and Noga Cohen of Kfar Darom, three of whose children lost their legs in a terrorist attack, attempted to mollify her. The woman, named Ofrah, a 17-year veteran of Morag in southern Gush Katif, screamed at an army officer who arrived to deliver the expulsion notices: "By what right do you come and throw me out of my house? Did I hurt anyone? Did I do something? You're coming in the name of the law, in the name of the government - I'd like to see Ariel...
  • Warning: Your clever little blog could get you fired

    06/16/2005 6:00:44 AM PDT · by Momaw Nadon · 57 replies · 1,911+ views
    USA TODAY via Yahoo! ^ | Wednesday, June 15, 2005 | Stephanie Armour
    <p>Like a growing number of employees, Peter Whitney decided to launch a blog on the Internet to chronicle his life, his friends and his job at a division of Wells Fargo.</p> <p>Then he began taking jabs at a few people he worked with.</p>
  • Chilling conviction

    12/26/2004 12:52:29 AM PST · by JohnHuang2 · 9 replies · 714+ views
    Washington Times ^ | Sunday, December 26, 2004 | By Jacob Sullum
    I have to admit I'm impressed by the achievement of the federal prosecutors who call McLean, Va., pain doctor William Hurwitz "a major and deadly drug dealer." Though the evidence at his trial made it clear Dr. Hurwitz was not a drug trafficker, they still managed to get him convicted. The prosecutors did not dispute Dr. Hurwitz had helped hundreds of patients recover their lives by prescribing the high doses of opioids they needed to control their chronic pain. Instead they pointed to the small minority of his patients -- 5 to 10 percent, by his attorneys' estimate -- who...
  • Chilling crime: Streakers in restaurant watch as their car stolen

    01/16/2004 10:16:45 AM PST · by Just another Joe · 29 replies · 134+ views
    Seattle Times ^ | 01/15/04 | Associated Press
    Chilling crime: Streakers in restaurant watch as their car stolen The Associated Press SPOKANE — Three men streaking through the warmth of a Denny's restaurant were chilled and chagrined when they spotted a thief driving away in their getaway car, their clothing inside. Naked in the 20-degree weather, the three young men huddled behind cars in an adjacent parking lot until police arrived. "I don't think they were hiding. I think they were just concealing themselves," police spokesman Dick Cottam said. The trio, wearing only shoes and hats, entered the restaurant in north Spokane at about 5 a.m. Wednesday. They...
  • 'Just in time' WMD

    10/10/2003 6:16:30 AM PDT · by yoe · 41 replies · 970+ views
    TownHall ^ | October 10, 2003 | Charles Krauthammer
    WASHINGTON -- Rolf Ekeus, living proof that not all Swedish arms inspectors are fools, may have been right. Ekeus headed the U.N. inspection team that from 1991 to 1997 uncovered not just tons of chemical and biological weapons in Iraq, but a massive secret nuclear weapons program as well. This, after the other Swede, Hans Blix, then director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, had given Saddam a perfectly clean bill of health on being non-nuclear. Indeed, Iraq was sitting on the IAEA Board of Governors. Ekeus theorizes that Saddam decided years ago that keeping mustard gas and other...
  • Supreme Court citing more foreign cases Scalia: Only U.S. views are relevant (Watch Out)

    07/09/2003 7:33:36 PM PDT · by youknow · 41 replies · 1,532+ views ^ | 07/09/03 | Joan Biskupic
    <p>WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court's reference to foreign law in a ruling last month that overturned state anti-sodomy statutes stood out as if it were in bold print and capital letters.</p> <p>Writing for the majority in a landmark decision supporting gay civil rights, Justice Anthony Kennedy noted that the European Court of Human Rights and other foreign courts have affirmed the ''rights of homosexual adults to engage in intimate, consensual conduct.''</p>
  • Yankel Rosenbaum stabbing trial: Hasidic scholar singled out

    05/01/2003 10:28:41 PM PDT · by LiorDotan · 333+ views
    New York Post | May 1, 2003 | By HEIDI SINGER
    ‘CHILLING' LESSON FOR LEMRICK JUDGE - Hasidic scholar stabbed in riot By HEIDI SINGER ROSENBAUM Stabbed in riot. May 1, 2003 -- The elderly judge overseeing the Yankel Rosenbaum stabbing trial got a slang lesson yesterday when he asked a Crown Heights resident for the meaning of "chilling." "Can you explain to somebody who is not a brother what that means?" asked federal Judge Frederic Block. The jurors tittered in response - and the judge quickly told them he was just trying to break the tension with a little humor in an otherwise very serious case. The culture clash happened...
  • Iraq Gives Chilling Warning Of 'Unconventional Operations' (Tonight)

    04/04/2003 3:12:02 PM PST · by blam · 28 replies · 190+ views
    Independent (UK) ^ | 4-4-2003 | AP
    Iraq gives chilling warning of 'unconventional operations'Saddam Hussein appears in broadcast; 2,500 Republican Guards 'surrender'; US 'controls' road to Saddam's home town; 'Iraqi held' over deaths of UK soldiers; Allies cool prospects of onslaught; fresh 'Saddam' message broadcast AP 04 April 2003 Iraq this afternoon delivered a chilling warning of "unconventional operations" tonight.The Information Minister, Mohammed Saeed-al Sahaf, said the operations would be "nothing to do with the military" and there would be no chance for Allied forces to survive unless they surrendered. It would be hard for the US forces to leave Baghdad airport alive, he said. The Iraqis...
  • Chilling terror find in Germany (flight-simulator game, of chemicals, handbook on poisons)

    03/27/2003 3:40:59 PM PST · by knighthawk · 23 replies · 202+ views
    News24 ^ | March 27 2003 | Sapa- DPA
    Karlsruhe - Police who searched a flat in Germany as part of a widening anti-terrorism inquiry have made chilling finds: a flight-simulator game, a list of chemicals, a litre of battery acid and a handbook on poisons. Also found were high-precision timing devices that could be used in bombs, according to the newspapers Tagesspiegel of Berlin and Süddeutsche Zeitung of Munich in reports released in advance of Friday publication. Asked for confirmation, federal prosecutors in Karlsruhe who head the national fight against terrorists said only that an apartment in the western city of Gelsenkirchen had been raided on March 21...