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Nov 25 2014
I Blame People Who Blame the Media: Robert McCulloch’s Tone-Deaf Speech
There’s already been plenty of ink spilled in response to Robert McCulloch’s rambling, evasive, tone-deaf speech announcing no indictment in Darren Wilson’s shooting of Michael Brown. It has been pointed out how incredibly rare it is for grand juries to not deliver an indictment, period, much less a case in which no one disputes an unarmed man was shot dead in front of witnesses, and howDaily Beast
Oct 22 2016
Quinnipiac Battleground Polls: Independents Shifting To Hillary
“Trump’s best hope,” writes Quinnipiac assistant director Peter Brown, “is a knockout win in the last debate Wednesday evening, his last shot at a national audience.” The latest battleground-state polling from Quinnipiac bears out that analysis. In four key states, independent voters have shifted support in significant numbers to Hillary Clinton, leaving Donald Trump trailing in three statesHotAir
Jun 05 2016
Kerry Pulls Strings in Mongolia Ahead of Taut Talks in China
Ahead of what are expected to be tense talks in China beginning Monday, Secretary of State John Kerry blew off a little steam in neighboring Mongolia on Sunday through a friendly archery competition with his counterpart, the foreign minister.
Clad in a navy suit and brown outdoors boots, Mr. Kerry appeared to take the event seriously. He took careful instructions from the professionalWall Street Journal (News)
Dec 23 2014
Low oil prices are good for 42 states — and bad for the other eight
How will the big plunge in oil prices affect the US economy? Stephen Brown, an economist at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, offers a simple map breaking things down. On the whole, cheap oil is expected to boost economic activity in 42 states (in green and yellow) while hurting it in the remaining 8 (in red):Vox
Aug 18 2014
"Extraordinary Circumstances:" Holder Orders Second Autopsy in Ferguson Shooting
With the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri not ending anytime soon, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has ordered another autopsy to try and find some answers as to how teenager Michael Brown died at the hands of police in the small city. Some, however, are questioning his seemingly racial motives.Townhall
Feb 11 2016
The Biggest Question We’re Still Asking About the Oregon ‘Occupation’: What’s Happening to Our Country
Last week was the funeral of LaVoy Finnicum.
You may not recognize the name but you’ve no doubt heard about the “armed activists” who “occupied the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge” in Oregon last month.
The occupation ended when Oregon Gov. Kate Brown asked for President Barack Obama’s assistance for a “swift resolution.” Five days later, LaVoy Finnicum was dead.The Blaze
May 05 2015
OPINION: Race, Politics and Lies
Among the many painful ironies in the current racial turmoil is that communities scattered across the country were disrupted by riots and looting because of the demonstrable lie that Michael Brown was shot in the back by a white policeman in Missouri -- but there was not nearly as much turmoil created by the demonstrable fact that a fleeing black man was shot dead by a white policeman in SouthThomas Sowell
Nov 25 2019
DOJ vows appeal after judge orders ex-White House counsel Don McGahn to appear before Congress
Former White House counsel Don McGahn must appear before Congress pursuant to a subpoena issued earlier this year, a Washington, D.C. federal judge ruled late Monday, in a major setback to President Trump's effort to keep aides from testifying before House impeachment investigators.
If McGahn wanted to assert executive privilege to avoid testifying, U.S. District Court Judge KetanjiFox News (Online News)
Jan 05 2015
OPINION: Wild claims of police oppression fit the radical narrative
The deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner at the hands of police last year have reignited the war liberals have waged against our cops. It’s “our cops” — not “the cops” — because no matter what our race, religion, economic circumstance, we all rely on the police for our families’ safety.Washington Times
Sep 19 2015
Bernie Sanders Reaches For The Converted At Liberty University
If you open the Bible and turn to the Book of Hebrews, you'll find this bit of good advice: "Do not forget to show hospitality to strangers, for by so doing some people have shown hospitality to angels without knowing it." This line might have been in the minds of Liberty University's students and administrators when the very conservative, very Christian school in Lynchburg, Virginia, openedHuffPost