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  • Jay Carney: I don’t know if we’ll cooperate with the Benghazi select committee

    05/05/2014 2:23:50 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 62 replies
    Hot Air ^ | May 5, 2014 | Allahpundit
    Lot o’ strategizin’ happening today vis-a-vis the committee, and not just on the GOP side. Greg Sargent hears from a source on the Hill that Pelosi and company are trying to decide whether to boycott. A House Dem leadership aide points out that there is precedent for such a boycott. Back in 2005, House Dem leaders declined to participate in GOP hearings into what went wrong with the Bush administration’s response to the Katrina disaster, arguing that Republicans had set up the committee in a way that ensured it would not conduct a serious probe into what happened. The House...
  • "Occupy DC" Violently Raids Tea Party's "Defending the American Dream Summit"...many injured

    Occupy DC protesters violently injured peaceful Tea Party go-ers (some elderly) and attemped to force entry into the Washington Convention Center on Friday (Nov 4, 2011), where Americans for Prosperity is hosting their "Defending the American Dream Summit." The protesters also formed roadblocks, surrounding the convention center and only allowing non-luxury cars to pass. Parents with their children were caught in the violence. Some injured... Auto/pedestrian accidents occured as Occupy protestors rushed into the streets hurling profanities at drivers and attempting to block drivers' paths. This has to stop...
  • (a wealth of good info)

    10/17/2011 10:56:28 PM PDT · by doug from upland · 5 replies
    LATEST ARTICLE: Harry Belafonte Insults Herman Cain—but Hails Fidel Castro Oct. 17 - New York resident Harry Belafonte recently denounced Herman Cain as a “bad apple” as a “false Negro” and as someone “denied intelligence” and “denied a view of history.” (whatever that means.) His host Joy Behar snickered her approval of Belafonte’s every vocalization, often before they were decipherable. “If you believe in justice,” vocalized Mr Belafonte in an interview with Cuba’s propaganda ministry years earlier, “if you believe in democracy, if you believe in people's rights, if you believe in the harmony of all humankind—then you have no...
  • Obamacare Is Dead and Here's Why [Obamacare Ongoing Thread]

    01/25/2010 11:27:02 PM PST · by JustPiper · 3,198 replies · 23,816+ views
    Town Hall ^ | 1-26-10 | Robert A. Levy
    As the Massachusetts blame game unfolds, the president’s unpopular health bill leads the list. But the substantive provisions of the bill were just part of the problem. Perhaps more important, voters were appalled by how the deal unfolded. Consider the pre-election giveaway to the labor unions. Negotiators agreed to exempt union contracts until 2018 from the tax on so-called Cadillac health-insurance plans. That backroom bargain not only outraged the voters, it also violated the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution, requiring the federal government to extend equal protection of the laws to all U.S. persons. Of course, not all voters...
  • Administration Warns of 'COMMAND-AND-CONTROL' Regulation Over Emissions

    12/09/2009 6:53:10 AM PST · by Marty62 · 165 replies · 4,272+ views
    Fox News ^ | 12/09/2009 |
    The Obama administration is warning Congress that if it doesn't move to regulate greenhouse gases, the Environmental Protection Agency will take a "command-and-control" role over the process in a way that could hurt business.
  • The collapse of communism: Reagan, Thatcher and the Pope

    11/09/2009 2:30:05 PM PST · by doug from upland · 14 replies · 1,089+ views
    Deseret News ^ | 11-2009 | Cannon
    The collapse of communism: Reagan, Thatcher and the pope By Joseph A. Cannon Deseret News Published: Sunday, Nov. 8, 2009 12:12 a.m. MST Twenty years ago, my wife, Jan, and I were in what was then called West Berlin for a conference. One pleasant afternoon we walked along the Berlin Wall from the Brandenburg Gate to Checkpoint Charlie. During that time, there were significant rancorous anti-Communist demonstrations in East Germany, primarily in the southern part. A German friend, with typical Prussian hubris, dismissed them. "Nothing will come of this, these are just the ineffective rumblings of a bunch of Bavarians."...
  • China seeks to exorcise ‘evil cult’ it invited in

    06/09/2009 9:41:55 PM PDT · by pissant · 1 replies · 249+ views
    FT ^ | 6/9/09 | Jamil Anderlini
    Zhang Erping first heard about Falun Gong in 1994 at an introductory talk organised by the Chinese consulate in New York. At the time, the Chinese Communist party was promoting the nascent spiritual movement abroad, along­side traditional cooking and handicrafts, as part of its “cultural propaganda to the west”. “I still have pictures of me with the Falun Gong masters and government officials in the consulate in New York,” says Mr Zhang, who calls himself a volunteer but is widely regarded as the official spokesman and the second most prominent figure within the movement. On Wednesday, 10 years after Beijing...
  • (Vanity) Dems trying to link McCain to Bush (Look what is coming October 17th)

    09/25/2008 7:46:43 AM PDT · by truthandlife · 14 replies · 715+ views
    You Tube ^ | 9/25/08
    Looks like Oliver Stone will be the new Michael Moore this election and try to influence the election by putting out the movie "W." Movie coming out October 17th. How convenient. This is why Obama's strategy is to link McCain to Bush. Hollywood coordinating with the Dems and Obama? The Left is pulling out all the stops during this election.
  • Children Of Che Guevara Meet Iran’s Culture Minister (Commie Brats Schmooze With Islamofascists)

    10/02/2007 3:10:03 PM PDT · by DogByte6RER · 9 replies · 198+ views
    Tehran Times ^ | September 27, 2007 | Tehran Times Culture Desk
    Children of Che Guevara meet Iran’s culture minister Tehran Times Culture Desk September 27, 2007 TEHRAN -- Two children of Ernesto Che Guevara met Iranian Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance Mohammad-Hossein Saffar Harandi here on Tuesday. Aleida and Camilo Guevara are currently visiting Iran and are scheduled to meet with high-ranking Iranian officials. The culture minister paid tribute to Che Guevara and said Iran and Cuba have one point in common, which is the fact that both have experienced U.S. hostility. Saffar Harandi added that Cuba has made good progress over the years, and congratulated Aleida and Camilo on...
  • CHINA IS TOO DANGEROUS TO APPEASE (Duncan Hunter - 1996)

    06/05/2007 7:03:32 AM PDT · by pissant · 34 replies · 639+ views
    Sun Herald ^ | June 3, 1996 | Duncan Hunter
    EXCERPT: A China-Iran-Russia alliance against the West for control of the Eurasia heartland seems to be in the making. Advocates of continued Most-Favored-Nation trade status for China claim that this is a ``normal'' part of U.S. international relations and that China hasn't done anything odd enough to be an exception. China's friends seem to have adopted a rather jaded view of normality. Are thinly veiled threats to attack Los Angeles, like those made by China during the recent Taiwan crisis, ``normal'' diplomatic discourse? Was Beijing's attempt to influence elections on Taiwan by military demonstrations and missile firings ``normal?'' Was the...
  • Pictures of a vietnamese Re-Education Camp (Vietnam Human Rights Bill)

    12/27/2004 5:36:00 AM PST · by miltonim · 982 replies · 51,820+ views
    International Christian Concern ^ | 12/27/2004 | Montagnard Foundation
    Keep in prayer for the Vietnam Human Rights Bill. It is presently in the Senate after passing by a wide margin in the House. If you have any doubt about whether the Bill should pass, take a look at the picture below of an actual re-education camp in Vietnam provided by the Montagnard Foundation. Re-education camps are where believers are typically sent. Stay tuned as we will post a picture per day over the next 4 days. Top    12/26/2004 VietnamPicture 3 of a Vietnamese Re-Education Camp Keep in prayer for the Vietnam Human Rights Bill. It is presently...
  • On Bainbridge, Reciting Pledge Makes Some Edgy

    09/09/2006 3:26:45 PM PDT · by bigfootbob · 30 replies · 610+ views
    Kitsap Sun ^ | 09/09/2006 | Rachel Pritchett
    On Bainbridge, Reciting Pledge Makes Some Edgy City council finds itself divided and digging in on both sides of the dispute. By Rachel Pritchett, September 9, 2006 Bainbridge Island More people on the island are entering the debate about whether the Pledge of Allegiance should be recited at City Council meetings -- something that hasn't been done until recently. The local chamber of commerce, fearing widespread media attention, has sent out an e-mail urging city and chamber leaders to back Old Glory. And Council member Jim Llewellyn, who personally opposes the practice introduced by Councilman Bill Knobloch, doesn't appear...
  • Caption the anti Bush demonstrators in Salt Lake City, Aug. 30, 2006

    08/31/2006 6:20:25 AM PDT · by redstates4ever · 77 replies · 2,418+ views
    Salt Lake City Tribune ^ | 8/31/06 | staff
    "More than 1,000 people had streamed into Washington Square by 11 a.m. to speak out against the Bush administration's policies in Iraq, while a few blocks south, military veterans and civilians spoke in support of the U.S. troops at a 300-strong gathering in Liberty Park. " "Linda Lapic of West Jordan shows how she feels about the Bush administration with a bumper sticker." "Al Sherwood shows off his hand-made sign." "David Wilks of SLC took his sons out of school Jacob (l) and Ammon (center), both 15 years old, to join the rally." "Ruth (l) and Howard Randle of SLC...
  • (WA) Legislature helps unions with PR problem

    02/09/2006 2:13:35 PM PST · by truth49 · 4 replies · 347+ views
    Evergreen Freedom Foundation ^ | 2-9-06 | Mike Reitz
    Washington state employee unions have a bit of a public relations problem on their hands. First the unions were loudly criticized in 2004 for not adequately notifying public employees of a vote to approve their new collective bargaining agreements, which requires payment of dues as a condition of employment. In one union vote, only 6,133 of the 30,000 workers affected by the new contract actually voted. Then hundreds of “ungrateful” employees attempted to decertify their unions. The unions just couldn’t understand why these workers objected to being forced to pay to keep their jobs. They couldn’t grasp why it might...
  • A Real Peasants' Revolt. They're rioting in China.

    01/27/2006 11:10:37 PM PST · by XHogPilot · 93 replies · 2,710+ views
    The Weekly Standard ^ | 01/30/2006 | Jennifer Chou
    ON THE NIGHT OF DECEMBER 6, 2005, Radio Free Asia (RFA) received a frantic call for help from a resident of Dongzhou village, near the port city of Shanwei, in the prosperous southern Chinese province of Guangdong. The caller told RFA that hundreds of paramilitary police had moved into the area and were firing at thousands of villagers. The villagers had been protesting what they claimed was inadequate compensation for land that local officials had expropriated, and upon which a power plant was being constructed. As the caller screamed into his cell phone, "They are using real bullets on us!"...
  • What Is The Greatest Line Ever Said About Commmunism?--Pure Vanity

    11/17/2005 10:03:12 AM PST · by Patrick1 · 36 replies · 675+ views
    11/17/05 | Patrick1
    I nominate this from a long ago episode of The Simpsons. The Simpsons episode where Lisa gets dance lessons... Lisa: But my parents are counting on seeing me dance! And I’ve worked ever so hard. Vicki: I’m sorry, Lisa, but giving everyone an equal part when they’re clearly not equal is called what, again, class? Class: Communism! Vicki: That’s right. And I didn’t tap all those Morse-code messages to the Allies till my shoes filled with blood to just roll out the welcome mat for the Reds. -The Simpsons, “Last Tap Dance In Springfield”
  • US unveils criteria for UNSC seat

    09/13/2005 10:02:41 AM PDT · by Santiago de la Vega · 7 replies · 368+ views
    Press Trust of India ^ | 9/13/2005 | TV Parasuram
    The State Department came out with its vision of UNSC reforms saying "potential members must be supremely well qualified, based on factors such as commitment to democracy and human rights, economic size, population, military capacity, financial contributions to the UN, and record on counter-terrorism and non-proliferation".
  • Largest Union Decides to Bolt AFL-CIO

    07/24/2005 5:27:37 PM PDT · by West Coast Conservative · 65 replies · 2,009+ views
    AP ^ | July 24, 2005 | RON FOURNIER
    The AFL-CIO succumbed to division Sunday, with its largest union deciding to bolt the 50-year-old federation and three others poised to do so in a dispute over how to reverse organized labor's long slide. The four unions, representing nearly one-third of the AFL-CIO's 13 million members, announced they were boycotting the federation's convention that begins Monday, a step that was widely considered to be a precursor to leaving the federation. They are part of the Coalition to Win, a group of seven unions vowing to reform and modernize the labor movement — outside the AFL-CIO if necessary. But many union...
  • Love Is Blind, Deaf, and Dumb (American Jews remain clueless about the Democratic Party.)

    05/05/2005 9:12:36 PM PDT · by quidnunc · 51 replies · 1,271+ views
    The American Spectator ^ | May 6, 2005 | Jackie Mason & Raoul Felder
    If Jews know better than anybody else what kind of an unbalanced mind it takes to produce the sickness of prejudice, why do they so comfortably practice it themselves by making a special target of prejudice any member of the Republican Party, especially if he is recognized as a far-right Republican? Somehow Jews have all always been enraptured by the words "liberal" or "Democrat." We convinced ourselves that the word "liberal" and "Jew" is a package made in heaven, ordained by God like a marriage, consecrated till death do us part. Love may be blind, but does it also have...
  • Word of Pope John Paul II's death spread slowly Sunday through China's capital

    04/02/2005 9:27:30 PM PST · by TheOtherOne · 7 replies · 541+ views
    AP ^ | AP-ES-04-02-05 2309EST
    BEIJING (AP) - Word of Pope John Paul II's death spread slowly Sunday through China's capital, where congregations packed government-sanctioned churches but state-run media released only a trickle of information. At the Southern Cathedral at Xuan Wu Men, Beijing's largest Roman Catholic Cathedral, believers sang hymns and clasped their hands tightly in prayer, some clutching rosary beads. Others lined up to light red and yellow rose-shaped candles. The Rev. Sun Shangen announced to his congregation that the pontiff has passed away. "God has called him to rest in his arms," the priest said. "Today let's keep him in our thoughts...