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  • CNBCs own 'Dr. Doom' Faber: 'Thank God white people populated America'

    10/17/2017 1:50:53 PM PDT · by DCBryan1 · 152 replies
    CNBC ^ | Jeff Cox | @JeffCoxCNBCcom
    Market doomsayer Marc "Dr. Doom" Faber has launched a racially charged diatribe in his latest newsletter, alleging that the U.S. is great primarily because it is ruled by white people. The eccentric Gloom, Boom & Doom report author, who often speaks on CNBC and other financial media, generally forecasting some type of market downturn, focused his latest comments on the racial conflicts happening around the country. (A CNBC spokesperson said it will not book him in the future.) "And thank God white people populated America, and not the blacks. Otherwise, the US would look like Zimbabwe, which it might look...
  • Marco Rubio Tries to Sell Gang of Eight Talking Points to New Hampshire Voters

    08/05/2015 11:44:15 AM PDT · by ConservingFreedom · 18 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 4 Aug 2015 | Julia Hahn
    Only days after Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) bragged that he personally, “recruited Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) to be part of our group of eight” to sell his immigration vision, Rubio appeared in a New Hampshire Republican presidential candidate forum using nearly identical talking points to those he employed to push the Obama-backed Gang of Eight bill through the Senate. The Schumer-Rubio immigration bill would have granted amnesty to millions of illegal aliens, it would have doubled the annual admission of temporary foreign workers, and it would have dispensed 30 million green cards to foreign nationals in the span of just...
  • Jimmy Carter Spotted UFO

    01/13/2006 5:05:29 PM PST · by Shermy · 112 replies · 2,384+ views
    SLC Tribune ^ | January 13, 2006 | Chuck Shepherd
    Take me to your leader: Former President Jimmy Carter told GQ magazine for a January article that he saw a UFO in 1969 in southwest Georgia as he was preparing to speak at a Lions Club meeting. He recalled that it was a bright light that got ''closer and closer to us,'' but then ''changed color to blue,'' then to red, then back to white, and then ''receded into the distance.'' However, he said, ''I've never believed it came from Mars.''
  • Kerry Trashes Bush in Baghdad

    01/06/2005 8:49:58 AM PST · by Carl/NewsMax · 399 replies · 16,045+ views ^ | Jan. 6, 2005 | Carl Limbacher
    Visiting with U.S. troops in Baghdad on Thursday, failed presidential candidate John Kerry trashed Commander-in-chief George Bush for making "horrendous judgments" and "unbelievable blunders" that have undermined the war effort. In a series of demoralizing comments first reported by the San Francisco Chronicle, the defeated Democrat griped, "What is sad about what's happening here now is that so much of it is a process of catching up from the enormous miscalculations and wrong judgments made in the beginning." Kerry said that because of the Bush administration's mistakes, "the job has been made enormously harder." Among the errors cited by the...
  • Carter Should Stick to Picking Peanuts

    03/10/2003 6:42:24 AM PST · by Columbine · 21 replies · 240+ views
    GOPUSA ^ | March 10, 2003 | Bobby Eberle
    In Sunday's issue of the New York Times, former President Jimmy Carter not only proves that he is a devout follower of the "peace at any price" coalition, but he also lays out a case against military action with Iraq based on false statements and a surprising failure to see the facts right before his eyes. Former President Carter begins his editorial titled "Just War -- or a Just War?" by naming his foundations of foreign policy and intervention, namely "basic religious principles, respect for international law, and alliances that resulted in wise decisions and mutual restraint." In the very...