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“I will f**king slap you” – More Cornell anti-Israel intimidation

Posted by  ▪  November 26, 2014

Aggressive posture of anti-Israel activists on campus.

We previously posted video of anti-Israel protesters getting in the face (literally) of pro-Israel students at Cornell who were holding counter-protest signs, Cornell Pro-Israel students taunted: “F**k You Zionist scums”. The incident depicted in the prior video actually was the second incident of the day, I have learned. Prior to that confrontation, Ilan…
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Welcome to the World, Amelia Rose Branco

Posted by  ▪  November 26, 2014

Mazel tov!

Amelia Rose Branco, born November 25, 2014, 8 lbs, 4 oz. Daughter of April and Antonio F. Branco. I can’t wait to see the cartoon.
 
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America believes in #Ferguson small businesses

Posted by  ▪  November 26, 2014

What protesters have destroyed, can be rebuilt

Ferguson is on fire, and small businesses are suffering. Our coverage of the violence in Ferguson has included tweets and photos showing rampant vandalism and destruction of locally owned businesses; from pizza joints to beauty shops to liquor stores, proprietors have been punished for the grand jury verdict, and many shop…
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The #Ferguson Crisis – America Held Hostage – Night 2

Posted by  ▪  November 25, 2014

Full spiral.

After last night’s protests in Ferguson boiled over, Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has tripled the National Guard presence in Ferguson in an attempt to quell the violence. From the New York Times: At an afternoon news conference, Mr. Nixon said that he had ordered the deployment of 2,200 National Guard soldiers to Ferguson….
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“Redskins” controversy allowed to proceed in court

Posted by  ▪  November 25, 2014

Team owner not surrendering trademark protections without a fight

A federal judge has ruled that the owners of the Washington Redskins should be allowed to pursue legal action against a group of Native Americans who are attempting to block the team’s trademark protection. Back in August, the Redskins sued to reverse a previous ruling siding with the activists who seek…
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#Ferguson Grand Jury evidence: Police Officer’s Account of Shooting

Posted by  ▪  November 25, 2014

Officer Wilson: “At this point I’m like . . . this guy is going to kill me if he gets ahold of this gun.”

As promised, the transcripts of the Ferguson Grand Jury have been released to the public. That’s the good news. The bad news is that the transcripts amount to 4,799 pages. That’s not a typo: four thousand, seven hundred and ninety-nine pages. So, it’s going to take a little time to work through…
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Budweiser Clydesdales Retired to Reach Millennials Younger Demographic

Budweiser ditching iconic Clydesdales for zombies and Jay Z?

Posted by  ▪  November 25, 2014

Why the Clydesdales will be sharing the spotlight with zombies

When I was eight years old, my family took a road trip to St. Louis to visit friends and see the sights. Among our touristy stops was a visit to Grant’s Farm where we saw the Budweiser Clydesdales. I remember being in awe of the huge beasts with hairy hooves. I still have a little…
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Remembering the first American killed in Afghanistan, November 25, 2001

Posted by  ▪  November 25, 2014

CIA Special Operations Officer Johnny “Mike” Spann, RIP.

On November 25, 2001, the first American was killed in the Afghan war, during a prisoner uprising in northern Afghanistan. He was a CIA special operations officer.  His name was Johnny “Mike” Spann.  His story is not told often enough. We have written of Mike Spann several times before, each one documenting a different aspect…
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Boehner reappoints Republicans to Benghazi select committee

Posted by  ▪  November 25, 2014

There’s more to learn.

The Obama Administration may think the Benghazi controversy is settled, but for House Republicans, the fight for transparency has just begun. House Speaker John Boehner announced today that Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) will continue to chair the Select Committee on the September 11, 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, during the…
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Iran’s really, really, really good nuke week

Posted by  ▪  November 25, 2014

The Iran Nuke Talks Get Extended, Iran Gets Sanctions Relief and More Enrichment

It’s interesting to see headlines that the P5+1 talks in Vienna about Iran’s nuclear program were called a failure. On one very important level they were a success. No there was no agreement on a long term deal to roll back Iran’s nuclear program. But there was an agreement to extend the…
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Obama discovers “rule of law” in #Ferguson flames

Posted by  ▪  November 25, 2014

Could have used some of that last week on immigration Executive Action.

The Ferguson verdict is in: No indictment. The people who deserve the most sympathy in Ferguson are the parents of Michael Brown who lost their son. That makes them the biggest losers and I mean that in a sympathetic way. The second biggest loser in Ferguson is the liberal media which flocked to…
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#Ferguson protests boil over

Posted by  ▪  November 25, 2014

Ferguson is broken.

Last night’s grand jury verdict vindicating officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown sent the people of Ferguson, Missouri into a tailspin. Even as the verdict was being read, reports began to trickle in of vandalism, looting, and violence against police officers attempting to keep the peace. The…
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Analysis: #Ferguson Grand Jury: NO Indictment In Michael Brown Shooting

Posted by  ▪  November 24, 2014

Widely anticipated “no true bill” now a reality

As has been widely anticipated for weeks, the Ferguson MO Grand Jury has DECLINED to indict Police Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of black adult Michael Brown. This result has not been unexpected, as the overwhelming weight of both the eye witness and forensic evidence has been entirely consistent with Officer…
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UPDATED: “Warning shot” defendant accepts 3-year plea deal

Posted by  ▪  November 24, 2014

Only 65 days of jail time to go

Christmas came early for Marissa Alexander, who claimed that the bullet she fired past her husband’s head was a “warning shot,” and who was facing a re-trial with a 60 year mandatory minimum sentence almost a certainty on the far end. First Coast News is reporting that Angela Corey has re-offered to…
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Tech gurus ask SCOTUS for review of API copyright case

Posted by  ▪  November 24, 2014

Protect innovation!

The tech community is rallying in an effort to convince the Supreme Court to review a federal court decision granting copyright protection to APIs (application programming interfaces.) A few years ago, tech giant Oracle sued Google when Google’s engineers used Java APIs to build the Android operating system. Although Google designed its…
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William F. Buckley Jr. Memory Legacy Birthday

Happy Birthday William F. Buckley, Jr!

Posted by  ▪  November 24, 2014

Remembering the voice of conservatism

The man who molded and formed modern Conservatism would’ve been 89 today. When I first came round to Conservatism a few years ago, I spent hours upon hours watching and reading Buckley. Never have I seen someone so skillfully disarm statist arguments white creating the intellectual and moral case for conservatism. He is my…
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NO INDICTMENT: #Ferguson Grand Jury Verdict Watch (UPDATES)

Posted by  ▪  November 24, 2014

The decision has been made: NO INDICTMENT.

Today may be the day you and the rioters have been waiting for. The Grand Jury reportedly has reached a decision whether to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the killing of Michael Brown. But the decision has not yet been announced yet. That is expected to come sometime today. You can follow the Twitter…
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