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  • Did Hillary Clinton send a gay ambassador to Libya as intentional provocation?

    09/21/2012 4:54:54 PM PDT · by IbJensen · 97 replies
    Examiner ^ | 9/20/2012 | Kyle Rogers
    Serbian diplomat, and friend of Christopher Stevens, says State Department knowingly sent gay ambassador to Libya. Arab media says ambassador Stevens was gang raped and then his body was put on display. Hillary Clinton has been spending US taxpayer dollars to fund homosexual pride events in foreign countries. Her actions have prompted backlashes against the US in Italy, Russia, Pakistan, and other nations. Last year, Barack Obama made it official US policy to fund homosexual rights groups overseas with US tax-dollars. In Pakistan, the staff of the US embassy in Islamabad was placed in serious danger after being ordered to...
  • AWFUL! 16 Cruz-Supporting Female Reporters Sought to Destroy Trump Campaign Manager=> APOLOGIZE NOW

    04/13/2016 6:47:06 PM PDT · by combat_boots · 95 replies
    GP ^ | 4/13/2016 | J Hoft
    Full Title: AWFUL! 16 Cruz-Supporting Female Reporters Sought to Destroy Trump Campaign Manager=> APOLOGIZE NOW YOU WERE WRONG — APOLOGIZE NOW! Cruz Supporters Endorsed an Awful Hoax – They Sought to Destroy an Innocent Man. DISGUSTING! On March 30, 2016 a group of self-righteous Ted Cruz supporters released a prepared statement demanding Donald Trump fire Campaign Manager Corey Lewandowski for the media hoax that he assaulted Michelle Fields by walking past her at a Trump event in Jupiter, Florida.The group of “guilty until proven innocent” included S.E. Cupp, Mary Katharine Ham, Dana Loesch, Katie Pavlich and Meghan McCain.These “conservatives” do...
  • David Codrea (Gun Rights Examiner) and Examiner Part Company

    06/23/2015 4:32:35 PM PDT · by marktwain · 5 replies
    Gun Watch ^ | 22 June, 2015 | Dean Weingarten
    David Codrea is a pillar of freedom fighters and Second Amendment supporters. He and Mike Vanderbough broke the Fast and Furious scandal of the Obama administration encouraging the running of guns into Mexico. He has numerous awards from the Second Amendment Foundation, the Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, and even from Soldier of Fortune magazine. I consider David to be a role model, and I am proud to call him a colleague. It is with mixed feelings that I report on his parting of the ways...
  • Jim Rogers: Taking people's bank accounts is going to happen

    03/28/2013 2:00:26 PM PDT · by Beave Meister · 82 replies
    examiner.com ^ | 3/28/2013 | : Kenneth Schortgen Jr.
    On March 28, billionaire investor Jim Rogers appeared as a guest on the CNBC program, Squawk on the Street. During the four minute interview, Rogers was pointedly asked if what occurred in Cyprus was a one time deal, or if this is now a template for the future of Western economies and banks. Without hesitation, Rogers said that this is going to happen, and taking people's money from their bank accounts is a certainty as both the IMF and ECB have already condoned it in their precedent. CNBC Host Carl Quintinella: What's your appetite on Europe at these levels? Jim...
  • Michael Savage Interviews Man Behind Washington Examiner Expose Of Obama

    09/23/2012 7:04:59 PM PDT · by Nachum · 14 replies
    Western Journalism Center ^ | 9/23/12 | Daniel Noe
    Here is an interview with Mark Tapscott, Executive Editor of The Washington Examiner. Mark goes into the detail and mechanisms of this incredible and shocking expose of President Obama in a discussion with Michael Savage.
  • Please do not post from "Ulsterman"

    07/22/2012 7:49:04 AM PDT · by Admin Moderator · 133 replies
    Freerepublic | 7-22-2012
    The originator of that site is Anthony G. Martin, who threaten to sue individual freepers. He was zotted as a result. click here for more info
  • MSNBCs Tamron Hall has on-air tantrum at Examiners Tim Carney [VIDEO]

    05/11/2012 2:53:55 PM PDT · by Justaham · 36 replies
    dailycaller.com ^ | 5/11/12 | Jeff Poor
    The Washington Examiners Tim Carney probably wont be getting a call from any of MSNBCs NewsNation bookers about an appearance any time soon. On MSNBCs NewsNation on Friday, host Tamron Hall got into an on-air disagreement with Carney that led to her producers cutting him completely out of an interview segment. The two got off to a rocky start discussing MSNBCs coverage of a Washington Post story about Mitt Romneys high school years. But in a follow-up question to Carney, Carney protested the premise of Halls entire line of questioning. [W]hat youre doing here is a typical media trick, Carney...
  • Florida Governor Rick Scott to close Citizens Property Insurance

    04/26/2011 1:37:42 PM PDT · by rob88888 · 16 replies
    Orlando Examiner ^ | April 25th, 2011 | Robert Elliott
    There are reports that Florida Governor Rick Scott is considering abolishing Citizens Property Insurance. Citizens Property Insurance is a not-for-profit, tax-exempt government corporation that provides property insurance to Florida residents statewide. It has more than 1.3 million policyholders, making it the largest property insurer in the state of Florida.
  • The average Phoenix city employee makes $100,000 per year

    12/28/2010 6:08:14 PM PST · by GilGil · 34 replies · 3+ views
    examiner.com ^ | 12/28/10 | Gil Guignat
    In this 21sr century, the new robber barons of wealth are no longer industry leaders as in the 19th and 20th centuries, they are government employees. There is no better way to say it. According to City Councilman Sal Diciccio, did you know that while the city imposed a new food tax hitting seniors and the poor the hardest the city of Phoenix employees gave themselves a hefty $20 million raise this year?
  • The average Phoenix city employee makes $100,000 per year

    12/28/2010 6:08:23 PM PST · by GilGil · 14 replies · 1+ views
    examiner.com ^ | 12/28/10 | Gil Guignat
    In this 21sr century, the new robber barons of wealth are no longer industry leaders as in the 19th and 20th centuries, they are government employees. There is no better way to say it. According to City Councilman Sal Diciccio, did you know that while the city imposed a new food tax hitting seniors and the poor the hardest the city of Phoenix employees gave themselves a hefty $20 million raise this year?
  • Senate ducks Traver ATF vote

    12/25/2010 4:25:00 AM PST · by marktwain · 10 replies
    Gun Rights Examiner ^ | 24 December, 2010 | David Codrea
    The Senate evaded taking a stand on the controversial nomination of Andrew Traver to head up ATF. From Main Justice: The Senate did not vote on whether to confirm Andrew Traver as the next leader of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives this Congress, sending his nomination back to the White House on Wednesday. The main reason cited was strong opposition from the National Rifle Association. NRA did take a lead in the opposition, and as the largest of the gun lobby groups was no doubt the most influential in prompting telephone calls, letters and emails opposing Travers...
  • When Santa brings guns for kids

    12/23/2010 1:08:30 PM PST · by majstoll · 50 replies · 2+ views
    examiner.com ^ | December 23, 2010 | Mike Stollenwerk
    With Christmas only days away, and shopping malls packed, many Americans are scrambling for last minute gift ideas for kids, especially those older children, nephews, and nieces on your list. Heres one idea: Give the gift of freedom and responsibility a gun. Most states allow teenagers to own and possess long guns, and those 18 years of age and older to own, possess, and open carry handguns . . .
  • Twas the night before Christmas

    12/25/2010 5:37:14 AM PST · by marktwain
    Seattle Gun Rights Examiner ^ | 24 December, 2010 | Dave Workman
    and Washington State gun owners once again were reminded yesterday courtesy of a story in the Oneida, N.Y. Observer Dispatch why they do not wish to see the Evergreen State go the way of the Empire State when it comes to regulating their right to keep and bear arms. This comes on the heels of an arrest in a Kent murder, reported yesterday by the Seattle Times, that involved a stolen police sidearm. More about that in a moment. The Oneida newspaper story explains better than this column why Bellevues Second Amendment Foundation has filed a lawsuit in New...
  • How to stump your friends: What popular Christmas song mentions Satan?

    12/24/2010 11:04:42 AM PST · by jackspyder · 49 replies · 1+ views
    examiner.com ^ | Dec. 21, 2010 | Rne Girard
    At this time of year, Christmas songs seem to stir our hearts and minds with thoughts of Christmas cheer, jingle bells, sleigh rides, snowflakes, Santa, Rudolph, and of course the birth of Jesus in a manger long ago. And although many people bemoan the evils of over-indulgence, unbridled commericalism, as well as the absence and rejection of Christ during the Christmas season, few make the direct connection to the deceiver of the world - Satan himself. But did you know that one very popular Christmas song actually mentions Satan by name? This odd little piece of trivia is one I...
  • Steven Spielberg smacks down Nancy Pelosis request for rebranding help

    12/23/2010 4:40:26 AM PST · by Suvroc10 · 33 replies · 1+ views
    Examiner ^ | December 23, 2010 | Marc Schenker
    Steven Spielberg smacks down Nancy Pelosis request for rebranding help. In what can only be termed yet another high-profile and public loss for Nancy Pelosi, director Steven Spielberg has flat-out rejected the fired house speakers latest attempt to help her rebrand the Democrats and herself, too. It was originally reported in yesterdays Washington Post that the famous director was approached by Pelosi for help in marketing her damaged brand and her damaged partys brand. While Spielberg did not respond to Pelosi at press time yesterday, a source today is quoting Spielbergs spokesperson as saying that Spielberg only directs actors and...
  • Attorney says Aitken to appeal for vindication on gun charges(NJ)

    12/22/2010 4:13:46 AM PST · by marktwain · 4 replies
    Gun Rights Examiner ^ | 21 December, 2010 | David Codrea
    Brian Aitken, the New Jersey gun owner whose seven-year sentence for gun and ammunition possession was commuted yesterday by Gov. Chris Christie, will appeal, his lawyer has stated. The commutation does not expunge his conviction, and as such, Aitken is currently prohibited from owning firearms. I asked Aitkens attorney Evan Nappen if there were any plans to try for pardon with full restoration of rights or some other strategy to effect the same, and if he had any statement for public consumption he'd care to make. His reply: Our next step is to win the appeal to vindicate Brian. I...
  • Attorney General's office: 'decades of scholarly literature' support RKBA(DC)

    12/23/2010 5:07:08 AM PST · by marktwain · 2 replies
    St Louis Gun Rights Examiner ^ | 20 December, 2009 | Kurt Hofmann
    Gun owners in St. Louis and elsewhere doubtless recall the rabid opposition among the District of Columbia's political class, to private gun ownership by American citizens. From the outright handgun ban implemented in 1976, to the stubborn defense of that ban, ending with the Heller case, to the ultra-restrictive everything-short-of-an-outright-ban laws which replaced that ban, to the District's willingness to sacrifice its bid for "voting rights," because they would only come packaged with a repeal of those ultra-restrictive gun laws; D.C. has for decades restricted gun ownership to the absolute maximum degree it could get away with. Meanwhile, D.C. is...
  • Fish & Wildlife merger with Parks and this mornings public meeting (WA)

    12/23/2010 5:14:53 AM PST · by marktwain · 12 replies · 2+ views
    Seattle Gun Rights Examiner ^ | 22 December, 2010 | Dave Workman
    The Washington State Parks Commission scheduled a special public meeting this morning in Olympia and the agenda was all about budget troubles and Gov. Christine Gregoires proposal to merge that agency with the Department of Fish & Wildlife, creating a super-agency dubbed the Department of Conservation and Recreation. What good is a public meeting held at 10 oclock on a Wednesday thats a work day for hunters and anglers who still have jobs, no thanks to the Obama stimulus package when the genuine public really cannot attend? As posts on two popular outdoor forums, Piscatorial Pursuits and Hunting...
  • Georgia Tech Armed Robbery in Disarmed Victim Zone

    12/23/2010 5:52:14 AM PST · by marktwain · 13 replies · 1+ views
    Atlanta Gun Rights examiner ^ | 21 December, 2010 | Ed Stone
    Last night a Georgia Tech student was robbed in his dormitory room by four men wearing masks. At least one of the robbers was armed with a handgun. The university sent a message to campus students advising them on safety, with such helpful tidbits as: Additional Safety Information for Georgia Tech -Walk in well lit areas. To report inoperative exterior campus lighting, visit: www.facilities.gatech.edu/om/lighting-form.php . -Walk with a friend or in a group. -Be alert of your surroundings. -Immediately report suspicious activity to the Georgia Tech Police by calling 404-894-2500. Program the Georgia Tech Police Department's phone number into your...
  • Outcome in Montana should be lesson for educators everywhere

    12/16/2010 6:00:56 PM PST · by marktwain · 9 replies · 1+ views
    Seattle Gun Rights Examiner ^ | 14 December, 2010 | Dave Workman
    This morning, if accounts in Kalispell and Missoula newspapers are accurate, 16-year-old Demari DeReu should be back in class at Columbia Falls High School after the School Board last night showed the good sense that this column accurately suggested for the sake of argument would be the case. There are several lessons to be learned by educators throughout the Northwest, including right here in Washington, where the story has gotten considerable reaction from members of the Hunting-Washington forum. Chief among lessons to be learned from these Montana school officials is that common sense and compassion should always trump...