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Here is the response of the Al Qassam Brigades of Hamas to the idea of a ceasefire, that the Israeli cabinet accepted:A military statement issued by the.. ::: Brigades of the Martyr Izz al-Din al-Qassam ::: ..
Ouch!The whee lease of tons of emails amidst 44's Posse about Benghazi, Benghazi, Benghazi show there really is an is there.Specifically "...and not a broader failure of policy”Actually, a cold rolled steel case can be made - it's all about 44's failure of policy “Blame the Video” was an administration–crafted lie, through and through.
Kathryn Jean Lopex of NRO interviewed Alejandro Bermudez, the editor of Pope Francis — Our Brother, Our Friend: Personal Recollections about the Man Who Became Pope about Pope Francis’s first year as pontiff on the anniversary of his election. She asked him what his ‘best explanation and understanding of what people are calling the “Francis effect”?’ Bermudez […]
There’s so much excrement hitting the fan on the Bergdahl thing, right now, I can bearly keep up. It just keeps getting worse. I have to release some tabs, or my computer is going to crash, so here we go, in no particular order: Ralph Peters, NRO: Obama and the Mockery of Honor: If a soldier […]
NRO: Krauthammer’s Take: Gruber Video Is ‘Absolute Proof’ that Provision Was Not a Drafting Error: Charles Krauthammer thinks that a two-year-old video of one of Obama’s chief architects is proof that the denial of subsidies through federal exchanges was not a drafting error.
"Talk to Obama veterans about Clinton’s first few months in office, and one memory stands out: She plainly embraced the role of sidekick. She devoured White House briefing material. 'Hillary Clinton would walk in with the thickest binder on the table,' says a former Obama staffer. She mastered the art of the small gesture, plying Obama aides with personal notes and mementos.
Rich: I realized I had a knife in my bag on the way to the United Nations. It's a pocket knife—a nice one—and while I've never used it (I've never had to), I did not want to give it up. But I knew we'd be searched. I also worried about leaving it in the cab and having someone pick it up and kill someone with it. That knife is safer on me than not, but I'm not safe with it.Read more...
NICKNAME CONTROVERSY: Critics want the Washington Redskins to change the team’s name but a poll in a state with a large number of Native Americans shows support for the nickname. By Rob Nikolewski │ New Mexico Watchdog SANTA FE, N.M. — New Mexico has one of the largest number of Native Americans of any state,...
"... above all, the criticism reflects the President’s unapologetic distaste for violent confrontation and for making loud threats, no matter how empty those threats may obviously be."Writes Adam Gopnik in The New Yorker, responding to criticism of Obama for his supposed lack of manliness.
#CancelColbert? More like #PutColbertOnNetworkTVInFrontOfAnEvenLargerAudience, if rumors about CBS's plans to replace Late Night host David Letterman next year are true. Mashable reports Colbert is "the front-and-center candidate" for the job.Read more...
"Schlock is music that subjugates all other values to brute emotional impact; it aims to overwhelm, to body-slam the senses, to deliver catharsis like a linebacker delivers a clothesline tackle. The qualities traditionally prized by music critics and other listeners of discerning taste — sophistication, subtlety, wit, irony, originality, 'experimentation'— have no place in schlock.
Proclaimed Eric Garner, shortly before his death.When Garner refused orders to put his hands behind his back, one of the plainclothes cops... got behind him and put him in a chokehold, the footage shows.A struggle ensued as three uniformed officers joined in on the arrest, knocking the man to the ground. He screamed, “I can’t breathe!” six times before he went silent and paramedics were called.
Part 7 of 7 in the series Nanny State of the Week By Eric Boehm | Watchdog.org With Memorial Day now in the year’s rear-view mirror, summer has officially begun. Millions of Americans will spend part of their summer at the beach — hoping to soak in the rays, play in the surf and enjoy...