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    Al Jazeera sues Al Gore

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    Al Jazeera is suing Al Gore. Seems the owners of the network should have read the Quran that says, “do not take the Jews and the Christians as allies.” Especially those global warming nut jobs. The parties are fighting over money that is being held in escrow. The former vice president and Hyatt, the founder of Hyatt Legal Services, sued the network last month saying that it was improperly withholding [...]

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    New Apple encryption locks out police from iPhones, iPads

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    Apple said Wednesday night that it is making it impossible for the company to turn over data from most iPhones or iPads to police — even when they have a search warrant — taking a hard new line as tech companies attempt to blunt allegations that they have too readily participated in government efforts to collect user data. The move, announced with the publication of a new privacy policy tied [...]

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    Biden gets free pass over Jewish Slur

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    Remember when the media freaked out for three days over Sarah Palin’s completely legitimate use of the term “blood libel”? Nearly every major media outlet took a dive deep on this critical outrage. Millions of Americans learned more about how Jews in the Middle Ages were sometimes falsely accused of kidnapping and murdering Christian children so they could use the blood for ritualistic baking. But more importantly: What did Palin mean? [...]

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    Benghazi Hearings Highlights – September 17, 2014

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    Highlights of Trey Gowdy and the Benghazi Hearings – September 17, 2014 Gowdy stated that he was hopeful that the hearings would rely on the facts, and not sink to the level of partisan politics, acknowledging that many questioned the need for a special committee. He asked his colleagues to remain open to the facts uncovered by the Committee. “I would rather run the risk of answering a question twice [...]

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    SC Democrat Congressman recommends ‘Sexting’ to GOTV

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    South Carolina Democrat Congressman, James Clyburn, recommended  “sexting” as a way to get out the vote in the 2014 midterm election.  I am wondering if Clyburn is getting his campaign advice from former congressman Anthony Wiener. Clyburn seemed to confuse basic “texting” with “sexting” — which involves sending sexual messages or photos — during a Labor Day weekend appearance on C-SPAN to promote his new memoir. Clyburn, 74, told an [...]

The Intended Assassination of America Part III

Who is the true enemy of the people? You might find it hiding in plain sight.Who is the true enemy of the people? You might find it hiding in plain sight.

The decline of America is not an inevitable outcome nor is it due to economic factors that cannot be remedied with sound policy. The intentionally federal government sanctioned decline of this nation has its roots in counter-productive legislation with an agenda. That agenda is to impose the conditions that are rife for an acceptance of the false narratives and the dependency on big government that give the left the tools [...]

Colorado: Udall (D) trails Gardner (R) in latest Senate Poll

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September 18, 2014 – GOP Challenger Leads Udall In Colorado Senate Race, Quinnipiac University Poll Finds; More Than One-Third Are Voting Against Obama PDF format Colorado U.S. Sen. Mark Udall trails U.S. Rep. Cory Gardner, his Republican challenger, 48 – 40 percent among likely voters, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today. Independent candidate Steve Shogan gets 8 percent. With Shogan out of the race, Rep. Gardner leads 52 [...]

Kansas Senate Poll: Orman (I) beating GOP Incumbent Pat Roberts

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After the Democratic candidate dropped out earlier this month, a new Fox News poll of Kansas likely voters shows long-time Republican Sen. Pat Roberts is in trouble.That’s right.In Kansas, a state that isn’t just red, it’s deep red. On another front, majorities of likely voters in four battleground states, including Kansas, are unhappy with President Obama’s job performance and don’t feel the country is better off since he took office. [...]

Democratic, Republican Party Favorable Ratings Now Similar

Democratic, Republican Party Favorable Ratings Now Similar

PRINCETON, NJ — Americans’ views of the Democratic and Republican parties are now similar, mainly because of their more positive ratings of the GOP. Since bottoming out at 28% last fall during the government shutdown, Americans’ opinions of the Republican Party have grown more positive and are nearly back to pre-shutdown levels. Over the same time period, ratings of the Democratic Party have generally held steady. Americans view both parties [...]

Senate Ratings Changes: North Carolina, New Hampshire, Minnesota

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Another week is down the drain in the race for the Senate, and while our overall outlook is unchanged — a five to eight seat gain for the GOP — some of our ratings are in need of adjustments. One of these comes as a surprise, as Sen. Kay Hagan (D-NC) is proving to be quite resilient. Several Democrats privately expressed to us earlier this year their pessimism about Hagan’s [...]