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    Neo-Darwinist Richard Dawkins’ Final Solution

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    “Abort it and try again. It would be immoral to bring it into the world if you have the choice.” That’s what scientist and oh so worthy of life Neo-Darwinist Richard Dawkins tweeted a few days ago. Now, being a pro-life Christian, I must admit that I am not unbiased regarding the lives of babies. And, not to be unkind, but I must say, I would gladly give a thousand [...]

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    IRS Lois Lerner lost emails were all Backed-up

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    (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton made the following statement regarding recent sworn declarations made by IRS officials in response to Judge Emmet G. Sullivan’s continuing investigation into the missing emails of Lois Lerner and other IRS officials, which have been the subject of longstanding Judicial Watch Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests and lawsuit (Judicial Watch v. IRS (No. 1:13-cv-1559)): Contrary to Judge Sullivan’s specific orders and [...]

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    Rick Perry’s flimsy indictment

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    Politics as usual should not be a violation of criminal law. This ought to be obvious to anyone in a democratic society. But it does not seem to be well understood in Texas, where a special prosecutor in Austin persuaded a grand jury last week to indict Gov. Rick Perry, who was booked and fingerprinted on Tuesday. Perry, a once and potential future candidate for the Republican presidential nomination, has [...]

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    Alaska Primary Election Results – August 19, 2014

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    2014 ALASKA PRIMARY ELECTION August 19, 2014 Elections Results   Registered Voters 494900 – Cards Cast 156000 31.52% Num. Report Precinct 441 – Num. Reporting 435 98.64%   US SENATOR (ADL) ADL Total Number of Precincts 441 Precincts Reporting 435 98.6% Times Counted 58806/494900 11.9% Total Votes 57029 Begich, Mark DEM 47631 83.52% Bryk, William “Bill” DEM 1639 2.87% Fish, Mark S. LIB 1038 1.82% Kile, Zachary A. AI 1483 [...]

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    Obama, Sharpton, Jackson, Panthers Apology?

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    All of them criticized the Ferguson police department as acting anywhere from unwarrantedly aggressive to out right murderous. And all long before any verdict or investigation results were anywhere near complete. Let’s take these conclusion jumpers one by one, starting with noted civil rights leader and MSNBC TV host, Al Sharpton. Sharpton said, “. . . when will law enforcement condemn police who shoot and kill our young people?” Sounds [...]

The Lies of Obama’s Allegations Against Inversion

Obama's blueprint for a failed US economy.Obama's blueprint for a failed US economy.

Lately you have heard President Obama clamoring over the unpatriotic American corporations who actually have the audacity to seek other tax jurisdictions in the world besides the United States whose corporate tax is higher than any other nation on earth. You have heard the President questioning the integrity of these villainous employers who feel that they should not have to sacrifice a huge percentage of their profits that would normally [...]

We Must Secure Cell Networks from Criminals and Cops


This month, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler revealed, in response to a letter from Congressman Alan Grayson, that his agency is assembling a task force “to combat the illicit and unauthorized use of IMSI catchers.” Often known as the brand-name “StingRay,” these are surveillance devices that impersonate legitimate cell towers, enabling them to covertly identify and locate nearby cell phones and, in some cases, to intercept the content of calls or [...]

Looks like IRS ethics lawyer faces disbarment, accused of lying


A lawyer in the IRS ethics office is facing the possibility of being disbarred, according to records that accuse her of lying to a court-appointed board and hiding what she’d done with money from a settlement that was supposed to go to two medical providers who had treated her client. The disciplinary arm of the D.C. Court of Appeals has recommended that Takisha McGee, a section manager in the IRS [...]

2014 Election Higher Voter Turnout to Throw the Bums out

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The old saying goes that everyone one hates congress, but loves their congressman. That may all change in the 2014 midterm election. 2014 may be the, “throw the Bums out” election. A new Gallup poll says that voter turnout and enthusiasm increases may not be to cast a ballot for their favorite and beloved congressman.. it might be to throw the bum out! PRINCETON, NJ — Americans’ disenchantment with Congress [...]

Alaska Senate: Sullivan (R) 47%, Begich (D) 45%

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A new poll has Alaska Republican challenger beating incumbent Democratic Senator Mark Begich by two (2) percentage points. Our Latest Political Poll Projection has this race: Sullivan (R) +3 At this stage, the race is essentially in a dead heat following the Alaska Primaries last week. Prior to that, the incumbent enjoyed a modest lead over all challengers. Alaska is critical to Republican hopes of taking control of the Senate, [...]

Al Franken Lead over McFadden in Senate Race in Single Digits

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After winning his 2008 election to the U.S. Senate by the narrowest of margins, Sen. Al Franken starts his 2014 general election campaign with a nine-point lead over Republican challenger Mike McFadden. According to our exclusive new KSTP/SurveyUSA poll, Franken leads McFadden 51 percent to 42 percent. Independence Party candidate Steve Carlson is at two percent, while two percent favor other candidates and three percent are undecided. The poll has [...]

New York City divided by race as Sharpton approval drops

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August 26, 2014 – New Yorkers Divided By Race On Mayor, Sharpton, Quinnipiac University Poll Finds; Police Commissioner’s Approval Drops PDF format New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio clings to a 50 – 32 percent job approval rating, marked by a continuing divide between black and white voters, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today. Rev. Al Sharpton (Media Credit: MSNBC) Today’s rating is little changed from a [...]

Georgia Senate: WSB Poll Nunn up 7, Survey USA Perdue up 9

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Latest Political Poll Projection- Georgia Senate Race = David Perdue +7 The latest political poll from WSB / Landmark Communications has the Georgia U.S. Senate race with Democratic candidate Michelle Nunn beating Republican candidate David Perdue by seven percentage points. This is the first significant poll showing the Democrat winning. Survey USA Poll has Perdue up by nine points. The Landmark Communications poll conducted exclusively for WSB-TV asked active Georgia [...]

Poll: Obama Job Approval on Economy worse than GW Bush

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PRINCETON, NJ — Throughout his second term, President Barack Obama’s overall job approval rating has exceeded his approval ratings on both the economy and foreign affairs, arguably the two most important areas of focus for presidents. Obama’s 36% approval rating for handling foreign affairs and 35% approval on the economy in Gallup’s Aug. 7-10 poll, compares with a higher 44% overall job approval rating in the same poll. Obama’s job [...]

Poll: GOP Immigration, Dysfunctional Government Top Problems

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PRINCETON, NJ — Although both Republicans and Democrats name dysfunctional government, the economy, and unemployment as top problems facing the country today, they attach different importance to other issues. Republicans and Republican-leaning independents are significantly more likely than Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents to say that immigration and moral decline are top problems in the U.S., while Democrats are more likely to mention poverty and education. The differences between partisan groups [...]

New York: Corrupt Cuomo tops challenger 2-1

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August 20, 2014 – Gov. Cuomo Is Part Of New York Corruption Problem, More Voters Tell Quinnipiac University Poll; But Issue Has No Impact As Gov Tops Challenger 2-1 PDF format Government corruption in New York State is a very or somewhat serious problem, 83 percent of voters say, and Gov. Andrew Cuomo is part of the problem, 48 percent of voters say, while 41 percent say he is part [...]

Battleground Ferguson, Missouri Part II

Sanctioned violence by opportunists spreads hatred through Ferguson!Sanctioned violence by opportunists spreads hatred through Ferguson!

It’s not enough that racial tensions easily ignite in a city like Ferguson where willful agitation and high crime activity refuse to meet the light of accountability when the left gets a hold of the story. Here it is easier to blame everybody else but the elements who should take responsibility, but then it’s always easier to accuse then it is to take responsibility, always easier to manifest hatred rather [...]

Combat Veterans Support Group Granted Tax Exempt Status


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 20, 2014 Project Josiah Restoration Ministry Granted 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Status Columbia, South Carolina– Project Josiah Restoration Ministry is proud to announce it is now officially a public charity with tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the United States Internal Revenue Code. Contributions donated to Project Josiah Restoration Ministry are fully tax-deductible retroactive to the founding of the organization beginning December 2, 2013. Project Josiah Restoration Ministry [...]

Polls: Blacks, Whites Sharply Disagree About Ferguson

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The shooting incident in a St. Louis suburb is still under investigation, and just over half of Americans are not sure yet whether the police officer involved is guilty of murdering a black teenager. But most blacks have already made up their minds that the policeman should be found guilty. Blacks are also more convinced that the violent protests since the shooting occurred are mostly legitimate outrage rather than criminal [...]

Poll: Amercians says Congressmen don’t deserve re-election

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PRINCETON, NJ — Nineteen percent of U.S. registered voters say most members of Congress deserve re-election, roughly the same as in two measures earlier this year. This is on pace to be the lowest such “re-elect” sentiment in a midterm election year over Gallup’s history of asking this question since 1992. The latest update on this measure comes from Gallup’s Aug. 7-10 survey in which congressional job approval was 13%, [...]