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  • Emails show Qadaffi son offered talks – but Clinton ordered top general to 'not take the call,'...

    10/06/2015 4:54:18 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 31 replies
    Fox News ^ | October 6, 2015 | Catherine Herridge & Pamela Browne
    Full title: Emails show Qadaffi son offered talks – but Clinton ordered top general to 'not take the call,' source saysVideo at link. Exclusive - New emails obtained by Fox News show that in March 2011, at the height of the Arab Spring revolution inside Libya, dictator Muammar Qaddafi’s son Saif was willing to talk peace from the ground in Libya – but a source told Fox News the offer was rejected by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. In the years since Qaddafi was forced from power, Libya's government has collapsed, and extremist groups including ISIS have exploited the power...
  • Judge dismisses suit by conservative video maker relating to telephone charade at Landrieu's office

    04/06/2015 2:31:27 PM PDT · by BBell · 2 replies
    Full Title: Judge dismisses libel suit by conservative video maker relating to telephone charade at Mary Landrieu's officeWASHINGTON -- A New Jersey federal judge has dismissed a libel case filed by a conservative video maker James O'Keefe, who disputed a news account of his misdemeanor conviction for trying to gain access to then Sen. Mary Landrieu's New Orleans office in 2010. New Jersey Federal Judge Claire Cecchi ruled last week that the coverage by Main Justice, which covers the Department of Justice, and the online publication's founder, Mary Jacoby, was protected under the First Amendment because "as a whole," it...
  • Missing Brookline teen Caleb Jacoby found safe, police say

    01/09/2014 7:49:01 PM PST · by Brad from Tennessee · 13 replies
    Boston Globe ^ | January 9, 2013 | By Jennifer Smith
    Caleb Jacoby, the missing 16-year-old student from Brookline, was found on Thursday evening, said police. The teen, who attends the Maimonides School, is safe and well, according to a tweet from Brookline police. Jacoby disappeared on Monday afternoon and has been the subject of a wide community search aided by social media outreach. He is the son of Boston Globe OpEd columnist Jeff Jacoby.
  • Caleb Jacoby, teenage son of Boston Globe columnist Jeff Jacoby, is missing

    01/08/2014 5:24:19 AM PST · by Cincinatus' Wife · 36 replies
    Mass Live - Boston News ^ | January 8, 2014 - updated | Shira Schoenberg, The Republican
    BROOKLINE — Caleb Jacoby, the 16-year-old son of Boston Globe columnist Jeff Jacoby and his wife Laura, has been missing since about 12:30 p.m. Monday. Jacoby is a Brookline resident who is in the 11th grade at Maimonides School. According to a flier distributed by the Combined Jewish Philanthropies and Maimonides School, he is 5-foot-11 and 140 pounds with a thin build and short, light brown hair. Brookline police said the teenager was last seen wearing navy chino pants or jeans, a navy polo shirt, a brown winter jacket with a hood, brown shoes or sneakers, and white socks. He...
  • Please Help - Caleb Jacoby, Jeff Jacoby's son, is missing

    01/07/2014 4:20:02 PM PST · by BoomerBabe · 110 replies
    ,The Republican ^ | 01/07/2014 | Shira Schoenberg
    Caleb Jacoby of Brookline, MA has been missing since yesterday afternoon. He is 16 years old, and many of you have read, met or heard of Caleb's father, Boston Globe columnist Jeff Jacoby. Jeff is a great friend of CAMERA and of Israel. Jeff and his wife Laura, and Caleb need our help now. If you think you have seen Caleb or have any idea of his whereabouts please contact the Brookline Police immediately at (617) 730-2222. Caleb's photo is below, along with a link to a flyer.
  • Cooler heads prevail against climate panic

    05/31/2011 11:25:13 PM PDT · by neverdem · 16 replies
    Boston Globe ^ | June 1, 2011 | Jeff Jacoby
    THE MAY 21 apocalypse foretold by the fundamentalist minister Harold Camping never materialized, but end-of-the-world doomsaying goes on as usual among the global warmists. Tweet ShareThis “Worst ever carbon emissions leave climate on the brink,’’ a story in The Guardian was breathlessly headlined over the weekend. It reported — hyperventilated might be a better verb — that greenhouse gas... --snip-- Take the recent increase in global CO2 emissions. Is the Guardian’s panicked anxiety — “Climate on the brink’’ — really a sensible response? Writing in the journal First Things, the distinguished Princeton physicist William Happer makes a compelling case that...
  • Made in the U.S.A.

    02/07/2011 4:08:13 AM PST · by Kaslin · 140 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | February 7, 2011 | Jeff Jacoby
    IN ECONOMICS AS IN APPAREL, most fashions come and go. But like the navy blazer or the little black dress, bewailing the decline of American manufacturing never seems to go out of style. They're closing down the textile mill across the railroad tracksForeman says these jobs are going boys and they ain't coming back. So sang Bruce Springsteen in "My Hometown," a hit song from his 1984 album, "Born in the U.S.A.". More than a quarter-century later, that sentiment (if not the song) is as popular as ever."You know, we don't manufacture anything anymore in this country," says Donald Trump...
  • Good Old Times

    05/07/2010 1:21:12 PM PDT · by cd jones · 5 replies · 196+ views
    unk | Jeff Jacoby
    FOUR MORE YEARS? HERE ARE 40 REASONS TO SAY NO By Jeff Jacoby Bill and Hillary Clinton want to extend their grip on the Executive Branch for four more years. I can give you 40 reasons to turn them down. In no particular order: 1. Joycelyn Elders. 2. According to the General Accounting Office, ethics investigations of the Clintons and their aides are costing taxpayers more than $1 million per month. 3. Eighty-six men, women, and children died in Waco, Texas, after FBI agents used grenade launchers to mount a CS gas attack on their compound. 4. ``100,000 more police...
  • Today On The Jim Vicevich Show: Geraghty, Jacoby, Kauffman

    01/25/2010 5:39:20 AM PST · by Biggirl · 1 replies · 112+ views
    http://www.radioviceonline.com ^ | January 25, 2010 | Jim Vicevich
    Sound Off Connecticut's guest lineup for today. What a lineup. Jim Geraghty from the Campaign spot. His breakdown of David Plouffe’s (Obama’s campaign director and new info czar) column in the WaPo is a classic. 11:10 am.
  • The Reason Behind The Brown Ascendancy

    01/19/2010 9:56:18 AM PST · by Biggirl · 8 replies · 714+ views
    http://www.radioviceonline.com ^ | January 18, 2010 | Jim Vicevich
    An account on the sudden rise of Scott Brown. Jeff Jacoby, as you know, is a very good friend of the show and a great columnist for the Globe. So if you want to know the reason behind Brown’s amazing rise in the Bay State, you need to go to the man, and he is the man. "Part of the answer, of course, is that Brown has proved an engaging and indefatigable candidate, while Coakley’s campaign has been plagued with gaffes and missteps. Her claim in last week’s televised debate that the terrorists in Afghanistan are “not there anymore’’ suggested...
  • Blame Obama

    01/16/2010 5:57:12 PM PST · by Saije · 52 replies · 1,960+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | 1/16/2010 | Jeff Jacoby
    EDWARD M. Kennedy has been gone less than five months, but in political terms he is already ancient history. For 47 years he represented Massachusetts in the US Senate; in his home state, no one wielded greater influence or cast a longer shadow. As recently as a few weeks ago, it was taken for granted that the race for the seat he occupied for so long would be shaped unmistakably by his legacy. But that’s not at all the way this campaign has worked out. As Tuesday’s special election approaches, Massachusetts voters are not being driven by their esteem for...
  • It’s the people’s seat, and it’s up for grabs

    01/12/2010 9:48:06 AM PST · by Signalman · 6 replies · 593+ views
    Boston.com ^ | 1/12/2009 | Jeff Jacoby
    The policy differences between Democrat Martha Coakley and Republican Scott Brown were as clear during last night’s debate as they have been throughout this short special-election campaign. Coakley supports ObamaCare, opposes the war in Afghanistan, and favors higher taxes on the wealthy. Brown is against the health care legislation, backs the president’s surge in Afghanistan, and wants across-the-board tax cuts à la JFK. Coakley is an EMILY’s List prochoice hard-liner; Brown condemns partial-birth abortion and is backed by Massachusetts Citizens for Life. Coakley has no problem with civilian trials for Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. Brown thinks it reckless to treat enemy...
  • Obama's swelling ego

    11/17/2009 8:02:22 AM PST · by nutsonthebus · 6 replies · 705+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | Jeff Jacoby
    PRESIDENT OBAMA was too busy to attend the celebrations in Germany this week marking the fall of the Berlin Wall 20 years ago. But he did appear by video, delivering a few brief and bloodless remarks about how the wall was "a painful barrier between family and friends" that symbolized "a system that denied people the freedoms that should be the right of every human being." He referred to "tyranny," but never identified the tyrants -- he never uttered the words "Soviet Union" or "communism," for example. He said nothing about the men and women who died trying to cross...
  • 'Kennedy' once meant 'tax-cutter' (Would JFK still be a Democrat today ?)

    08/30/2009 12:13:46 PM PDT · by RobinMasters · 50 replies · 974+ views
    The Boston Globe ^ | August 30, 2009 | Jeff Jacoby
    HIS NAME WAS KENNEDY. He was the preeminent figure in the Democratic Party. And he was a resolute supply-side tax-cutter. "It is a paradoxical truth," he once told the Economic Club of New York, "that tax rates are too high today and tax revenues are too low and the soundest way to raise the revenues in the long run is to cut the rates now." What he had in mind, he said, was not "a 'quickie' or a temporary tax cut." He wanted nothing less than "an across-the-board, top-to-bottom cut in personal and corporate income taxes." Those were not the...
  • 'Kennedy’ once meant ‘tax cutter’

    08/30/2009 6:39:35 AM PDT · by nhwingut · 10 replies · 723+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | 08/30/09 | Jeff Jacoby
    HIS NAME was Kennedy. He was the preeminent figure in the Democratic Party. And he was a resolute supply-side tax-cutter.
  • Lawmakers, read the bills before you vote

    07/12/2009 6:34:10 AM PDT · by MartinaMisc · 16 replies · 799+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | July 12, 2009 | Jeff Jacoby
    SAY, DID you hear the one about the congressman who was asked to do his job? Talk about funny - this will crack you up! Well, maybe it won’t. But Steny Hoyer thought it was hilarious. Hoyer, a Maryland Democrat, is the majority leader in the House of Representatives. At a news conference last week, he was talking about the healthcare overhaul being drafted on Capitol Hill, and a reporter asked whether he would support a pledge committing members of Congress to read the bill before voting on it, and to make the full text of the legislation available to...
  • Minimum-wage folly

    07/08/2009 3:21:53 AM PDT · by MartinaMisc · 15 replies · 739+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | July 8, 2009 | Jeff Jacoby
    AS IF the recession hasn’t been rough enough on those near the bottom of the economic food chain, fresh bad news is on the way. Beginning July 24, the federal government will be making it more difficult for employers to hire low-skilled and unskilled American workers. Thanks to an ill-advised law enacted with bipartisan support in 2007, the cost of providing an entry-level job to individuals with few skills or minimal experience will be going up by more than 10 percent. Those who cannot find a job paying at least $7.25 an hour will not be permitted to work. Welcome...
  • Democracy’ is a dirty word for Obama

    06/23/2009 6:44:01 PM PDT · by SJackson · 28 replies · 677+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | 6-23-09 | Jeff Jacoby
    THE CHOICE presented by the democracy protests in Iran could hardly have been clearer. Discuss COMMENTS () On one side: a brutal theocratic regime that jails and tortures its critics at home and is a deadly sponsor of terrorism abroad; that loudly proclaims its enmity for the United States and has murdered many Americans to prove it; that barely conceals its drive to amass a nuclear arsenal; that lusts for the annihilation of Israel; and that for 30 years has pursued a far-flung Islamist jihad. On the other side: throngs of Iranians calling for an end to their government’s abuses....
  • Obama's missed opportunity in Cairo

    06/07/2009 3:40:58 AM PDT · by MartinaMisc · 1 replies · 454+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | 6/7/09 | Jeff Jacoby
    PRESIDENT OBAMA went to the Middle East, he said, to speak frankly and forthrightly about the issues that bedevil America's relations with the Muslim world. "Part of being a good friend is being honest," he had said in an interview just before his trip. He warned his Cairo audience that he intended to be blunt. "We must say openly the things we hold in our hearts and that too often are said only behind closed doors," he declared, so he was going to "speak as clearly and plainly as I can." About some things, the president was indeed direct. He...
  • China's 'socialist road' to misery

    06/03/2009 1:21:07 AM PDT · by MartinaMisc · 7 replies · 837+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | June 3, 2009 | Jeff Jacoby
    IT IS 20 YEARS since the Tiananmen Square massacre, and China's communist regime hasn't budged an inch. The government has no reason to regret its murderous crackdown during "the political storm at the end of the 1980s," a foreign-ministry spokesman in Beijing told reporters last month. "China has scored remarkable success in its social and economic development. Facts have proven that the socialist road with Chinese characteristics that we pursue is in the fundamental interests of our people." As a euphemism for dictatorial savagery, "the socialist road with Chinese characteristics" may not rise to the level of, say, "Great Leap...