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GARLAND, N.C. (TheBlaze/AP) — Six people were killed after a fire swept through a mobile home in eastern North Carolina early Saturday, authorities said. Five bodies were found…

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In yet another example of doublespeak from the Obama administration, it is coming  out that the U.S. government has been pressuring Israel to agree to let Hamas keep its…

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One of the things I miss about going to the movies are the theater palaces I went to. Places like the Loews Valencia in Queens and the Loews King in…

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Story by the Associated Press; curated by Dave Urbanski DALLAS (AP) — Firebrand Sen. Ted Cruz is sounding increasingly like he’s made up his mind to run for president in 2016. Image…

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President Barack Obama said last night at a Democratic fundraiser in Rhode Island that the terrorism from ISIS “doesn’t immediately threaten the homeland.” The reason? The security measures taken…

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At a fundraiser last night in Newport, Rhode Island, President Obama played down the threat from the terrorist army ISIS. “We have to be vigilant,” he told the group…

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Free trade is a huge benefit if you are a Walmart shopper. All those microwave ovens, lamps, sneakers, and other stuff available for a relative pittance. It’s a tragedy if…

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Susan Crabtree Victims of the Fort Hood shooting are pointing to news of a letter from the shooter, Nidal Hassan, as further evidence that the 2009 attack was a terrorism attack. …

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Strike! Strike! Strike!

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Las Vegas police say three women got two men drunk and then attempted to smuggle approximately $16,000 in hand watches out of their hotel by inserting the stolen property into…

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EEOC signs ‘memorandum of understanding’ with Mexico

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An investigation is underway after a staff member reportedly discovered a human fetus inside a girls restroom Friday at a Dallas high school. Police and medical officials responded to the…

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Charles Hoskinson Russia and China are betting that they can score points against President Obama while he’s tied up dealing with the growing threat from the Islamic State of Iraq …

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Continetti: Remilitarize the world police. The tide of non-interventionism is receding. Constitutional chutzpah.

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‘But how does the Pentagon still not have a strategy?’

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‘It doesn’t mean that I won’t do something in public office’

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Even after yesterday’s promising first time claims and GDP numbers, the state of the economy – especially on the jobs, employment, wages side – remains uncertain and troubling as we…

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John Kerry chose the third anniversary of U.S. citizen Amir Hekmati’s “detention on false espionage charges” during a visit with his family in Iran in 2011 to “respectfully” call on…

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‘I cannot and will not support Nancy Pelosi’

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He ‘wants to have a debate about the status of our immigration system’

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Zack Colman Regulations for hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, on federal lands are undergoing final review at the White House and are expected to be finalized in September. The rules proposed …

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New Yorkers could soon be notified when gun offenders move into their neighborhood, according to DNA Info New York . Proposed city council legislation would make a gun offender registry accessible…

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It was 1978 when a 24-year-old Indian woman found out she was pregnant. It would be more than three decades later though before the remains of the baby that was…

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‘We can’t do anything in the time we have’

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Tough stance contrasts with Sen. Rand Paul’s equivocation

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‘These people are our geopolitical enemies’

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Betsy Woodruff Rick Perry has a message for Democrats over his indictment: Bring it on. In a talk at the Heritage Foundation in downtown D.C. co-hosted by National …

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Obama Golfing Again

On August 21, 2014 By

The world is exploding, as Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said last week. But President Obama is going golfing — again.  Via the pool report: Admit it. You all made small…

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Rebecca Berg In this election cycle, as he has sought re-election and hit back against some insurgent outside groups, Sen. examinerpolitics.com

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Zero Dark Shut Up

On August 21, 2014 By

Yesterday, in response to the news that jihadi savages had killed an American journalist on YouTube, the Obama administration revealed that there had been a special forces operation that attempted…

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The killing of James Foley was done, it seems, by someone who spoke with a British accent. This is disturbing, of course, but not surprising.  The first of these ritual…

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First time claims were expected to be come in at 303,000.  The actual number was 298,000.  As Shobhana Chandra of  Bloomberg  reports:

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Hundreds of thousands spent Wednesday

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‘We’ve been training black people to think racism is a bigger deal’

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Rebecca Berg Late last year, vulnerable Democratic candidates worried that deep problems with the health care law could sink their chances of keeping a majority in the Senate. Now, suddenly, …

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Vice President Joe Biden told a reporter today that the beheading of American journalist James Foley by the ISIS will not alter the approach to the terror group. An “AP…

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Thomas Joscelyn, talking about the beheading of James Foley, earlier today on the Wall Street Journal Live :

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Core Concerns

On August 20, 2014 By

As Michelle Maitre at  EdSource  reports, when people learn more about the Common Core educational standards, they like them less.  The Common Core is the latest attempt to apply universal standards…

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