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Liberal Zionist

Posted by  ▪  October 8, 2014

Goes both ways.

From Javier: Only in Maryland. Snapped just outside downtown Silver Spring, MD. One of these is not like the other… The yellow sticker is the “Don’t tread on my Obamacare” sticker we’ve seen before.
 
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Are the VA firings significant?

Posted by  ▪  October 7, 2014

Republicans have their doubts, considering they’re not actually “firings.”

Today officials announced that four Veterans Affairs officials have been recommended for termination after investigations into their facilities revealed long wait times, unsafe water systems, and general “neglect of duty.” VA headquarters revealed in a statement today that the heads of hospitals in Pittsburgh, central Alabama, and Dublin, Georgia, should expect to…
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Over 1200 Scholars Sign Petition against Academic Boycott of Israel

Posted by  ▪  October 7, 2014

Pro-academic freedom, pro-fairness, pro-intellectual honesty, pro-education and pro-peace.

We previously mentioned that a pro-Academic Freedom Petition was circulating among faculty and researchers, specifically objecting to the academic boycott of Israel passed by a small number of groups, such as the American Studies Association. The Petition has now passed 1200 signatures, mostly from faculty at universities in the United States, but…
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The Inevitable: Jesse Jackson Makes Ebola Scare About Jesse Jackson

Posted by  ▪  October 7, 2014

The Reverend bringeth the good news of…discrimination, and stuff.

As if Dallas weren’t enough of a circus already, Reverend Jesse Jackson has announced that he will be working with community leaders in Dallas to make sure that Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan receives “the best humanitarian relief” available. (Because round the clock care and rare experimental drug therapy isn’t enough, I…
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Twitter sues to permit more disclosure of government snooping

Posted by  ▪  October 7, 2014

Tired of being restricted by the federal government, Twitter takes its case to federal court.

Turns out Twitter is also fed up with this administration’s war on transparency. Last month, Twitter released a report detailing how they’d been banned from reporting the extent of government surveillance on the platform. In that report Twitter explained: “…if the government will not allow us to publish the actual number of requests, we want…
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Still searching for Alison Grimes supporter who believes she’s not anti-coal

Posted by  ▪  October 7, 2014

Why won’t Grimes just come out and say it?

James O’Keefe and the crew at Veritas Action Fund are in search of a supporter of Alison Grimes supporter who actually believes her campaign position that she’s not anti-coal industry. The other day O’Keefe released a video in which various assorted Democratic operatives and Grimes supporters used the “L” word in describing…
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Media Matters honcho behind #StopRush effort accused of offensive writings

Posted by  ▪  October 7, 2014

Will Media Matters treat one of its own executives by the same standard it imposes on others?

Angelo Carusone is the Media Matters executive behind the effort to get Rush Limbaugh off the airwaves, as we documented in 2012: Media Matters astroturfed the Limbaugh secondary boycott Independent Rush boycott group coordinated with Media Matters The attack on Limbaugh was not Carusone’s first targeting of a major conservative personality.  Carusone, prior to…
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Democrats for Guns

Dems Form Circular Firing Squad Ahead of Midterms

Posted by  ▪  October 7, 2014

“Democrats are starting to play the blame game as they face the possibility of losing the Senate in November.”

We’re a month away from the midterm election that could hand control of the Senate to Republicans. As with any election, there are lots of moving parts and no one is absolutely sure what’s going to happen. Even so, Alexander Bolton of The Hill is reporting that panicked Democrats are already blaming…
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Polls show Wendy Davis fighting a losing battle

Posted by  ▪  October 7, 2014

Your modern Democratic Party doesn’t “get” Texans.

With less than 15 days to go until early voting begins, statewide candidates in Texas are running a full court press against not only the agendas of their opponents, but against umbrella strategies from national party organizations and advocacy groups. The gubernatorial contest between state Senator Wendy Davis and Attorney General…
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Enterovirus D-68′s Rebranding: Now, it’s “Non-Polio Enterovirus”

Posted by  ▪  October 7, 2014

What’s in a name?

Earlier, I weighed in on how the media and administration are handling the Ebola epidemic, using language to minimize the fact that it is a hemorrhagic fever. It the wake of reports that Colorado children who suffered from an infection of the very aggressive respiratory pathogen, Enterovirus D-68, have also experienced limb…
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Potential Ebola patient being monitored in Houston suburb

Posted by  ▪  October 6, 2014

Officials are saying “extremely low risk.” Perry creates Infectious Disease Task Force. Meanwhile, Spain is not so lucky.

First Dallas, now Houston. Thankfully, Governor Perry put together a Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. The task force, “will assess and enhance the state’s existing capabilities to prepare for and respond to pandemic disease, such as the Ebola virus.” Perry also, “called on the federal government to immediately begin enhanced…
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Wisconsin Voter ID upheld once again by Appeals Court

Posted by  ▪  October 6, 2014

After initial ruling last month, 7th Circuit issues full opinion that ID law in effect for November election.

The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that Wisconsin’s new voter ID laws are constitutional, meaning that those heading to the polls in November will need to show ID before casting a vote. Via ABC News: State elections officials are preparing for the photo ID law to be in effect for…
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Malaysia Air Update: We’re Still Looking

Posted by  ▪  October 6, 2014

Someone alert CNN!

More than six months after Malaysia Air Flight 370 vanished without explanation over the Indian Ocean, crews are ready to renew the effort to locate the crash site and what remains of the downed plane. Although the media obsessed over the strange disappearance, actual reports on evidence regarding the plane’s whereabouts…
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Palestinian activist groups accused of attempting to influence jury

Posted by  ▪  October 6, 2014

One of groups is co-sponsor of Steven Salaita Chicago-area speaking tour.

We have frequently reported on the aggressive protest tactics of anti-Israel groups. According to a motion filed in federal court in Detroit, some of those groups allegedly have crossed a line, or plan to cross a line, from legitimate and protected protest into improperly trying to influence the jury in the upcoming…
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NY Daily News: Martha Robertson’s chances have “collapsed” (#NY23)(Update: DCCC pulls air time)

Posted by  ▪  October 6, 2014

Perhaps the most hapless campaign in a Democratic Party chock full of hapless campaigns.

It isn’t over until the votes are counted, and miracles can happen, but it isn’t looking good for Martha Robertson, the Democratic challenger to Rep. Tom Reed in my home NY-23 district. Once up a time, Robertson was a lead Democratic prospect to turn a seat from Red to Blue. But now Robertson…
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Supreme Court may have decided gay marriage issue by not deciding

Posted by  ▪  October 6, 2014

Rejects cert. petitions in all pending cases in which bans on gay marriage stricken as unconstitutional.

Many if not most observers expected the Supreme Court to take at least one of the cases for which review was sought in which the issue of whether same-sex marriage bans were constitutional was squarely presented. None of the Supreme Court’s decisions in DOMA or the Prop. 8 litigation decided that issue. But…
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Alison Grimes and coal – The Lying Game? (#KYSEN)

Posted by  ▪  October 6, 2014

New James O’Keefe undercover video shows Grimes supporters acknowledging she’s being deceptive as to coal.

James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas Action has gone undercover with various Democratic campaigns, and is beginning to roll out video. First up, supporters of Alison Grimes, who is challenging Mitch McConnell. Grimes supporters in the Democratic Party do not seem to have any doubt that Grimes is just playing the political game with…
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