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Obama Declares an Amnesty War

Obama Declares an Amnesty War

The same mindset that could conspire to foist ObamaCare on Americans by deception is at work to do the same thing with an unconstitutional, unilateral announcement of amnesty for millions of illegal—oops, “undocumented”—aliens living in America.

What is amazing about this is that it was announced ...

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For My Name’s Sake

For My Name’s Sake

Jewish parents living in a hostile land will prepare their children from a very young age for the unfriendly treatment they are likely to endure.  Our Christian brothers and sisters in places like Mosul and Egypt will do the same, but here in America we have never known nor often have we ...

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The Deceitful Selling of Obamacare Coming Home to Roost

The Deceitful Selling of Obamacare Coming Home to Roost

MIT Professor Jonathan Gruber’s comments regarding the “stupidity of the American voter” necessitating legislators to craft the Obamacare law in such a way that voters wouldn’t understand its impact, have sparked outrage, mostly from conservatives. But while Americans are focusing on comments that ...

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China, Hacking and Murder

China, Hacking and Murder

The press is reporting that Communist China has engaged in more computer hacking, this time of employee data at the U.S. Postal Service. But don’t worry. The Washington Post reports that the Obama administration has “strongly urged” China to “refrain” from hacking.

Meanwhile, CNN is covering the ...

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The Bloody Hands of Edward Snowden

The Bloody Hands of Edward Snowden

The new Edward Snowden movie, Citizenfour,” was seen by about four people during the Saturday morning showing at the E Street Cinema in Washington, D.C. The film shows the former National Security Agency (NSA) analyst in Hong Kong, China, after arranging through encrypted messages to meet his ...

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Disinformation, Iran, and a Russian-sponsored Nuclear Deal

Disinformation, Iran, and a Russian-sponsored Nuclear Deal

This is a story about how politics makes strange bedfellows. Medea Benjamin of Code Pink is in bed with the Koch Brothers, in an emerging alliance designed to make it acceptable for Iran to develop nuclear weapons. The stakes are high for the U.S., but even more so for Israel.

First, some ...

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Don’t Bank on It

Don’t Bank on It

There is something strange about fighting debt by incentivizing more debt. -   Jaime Caruana, head of Bank of International Settlements, “the central bank of central banks

Craig R. Smith and Lowell Ponte’s book, “Don’t Bank on It,” should be a required primer for high school and ...

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The FBI: America’s Secret Police

The FBI: America’s Secret Police
We want no Gestapo or secret police. The FBI is tending in that direction. They are dabbling in sex-life scandals and plain blackmail. J. Edgar Hoover would give his right eye to take over, and all congressmen and senators are afraid of him.—President Harry S. Truman

Secret police. Secret courts. ...

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Contemplating Election Day, and Beyond

Contemplating Election Day, and Beyond

While polls suggest that November 4th should be a very good election for Republicans—by most accounts they will take control of the Senate and increase their majority in the House—doubts remain. For one thing, as it is often said, the only poll that counts is the one taken on Election Day. But with ...

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