Alabama Supreme Court Should Say No to Same-Sex Marriage Ruling Groups Say
By Christian Newswire Wednesday, July 29, 2015
MONTGOMERY, Ala.,—Sanctity of Marriage Alabama, a grassroots organization based in Montgomery urged the Alabama Supreme Court Tuesday to uphold their order from 3 March 2015 that halted same-sex marriage in Alabama.
The Useless Jewish Organization
By Daniel Greenfield Wednesday, July 29, 2015
After the Iran deal, American Jews turned to the “Establishment” of liberal Jewish organizations to whom they had written out so many checks over the years expecting them to do something about it.
And the organizations did what they do best. They expressed concern.
Obama’s Kenya Flights Cost $6 million, Now Tied for Most Total International Trips
By News on the Net Wednesday, July 29, 2015
(Alexandria, VA)—Today, President Obama returns from his most recent voyage to Africa, having now spent 161 days abroad during his presidency on 41 international trips. That’s the data from National Taxpayers Union Foundation’s (NTUF’s) new Presidential travel study “Still Up in the Air.”
Obama says that, if he ran, he would win a third term - but he’s ‘not above the law’
By Robert Laurie Tuesday, July 28, 2015
You might be thinking that Obama spent the majority of his Presidency acting like the “little King” from those old New Yorker cartoons. You may be under the impression that he despises the restrictions paced upon him by the United States Constitution and the country’s various laws. You would be wrong. Obama is a self-described “pretty good” President. As such, he knows that he is - in no way - above the law.
White House denial of IRS abuse is getting pretty pathetic
By Herman Cain Tuesday, July 28, 2015
It’s not even controversial anymore to point out that the IRS routinely targeted and harassed conservative groups seeking nonprofit status. However many Lois Lerner e-mails may have been destroyed, what we’ve already seen - combined with the testimony from the conservative groups themselves - clearly demonstrates that the IRS made it a point of giving conservative groups a difficult time.
The Non-Nuclear Challenges of the Nuclear Agreement with Iran
By INSS Monday, July 27, 2015
In addition to its direct implications for the nuclear realm, the signed agreement between Iran and the world powers on Iran’s nuclear program creates a host of far-reaching challenges for Israel. These challenges concern primarily the Palestinian and Syrian arenas, the delegitimization arena, and Israel’s special relationship with the United States, including its standing vis-à-vis the administration and the battle for US public opinion.
Apparently Hillary’s going to deny sending classified e-mails as long as she can get away with it
By Dan Calabrese Monday, July 27, 2015
If this is starting to sound familiar to you, I think I know why. A Clinton tells what sounds like a lie, but you can’t be sure because you don’t have proof. Yet. The Clinton not only clings to the lie but is quite assertive in doing so. I never did that. The record is clear. Of course, the record is anything but clear, and the more we learn, the more it appears the Clinton is lying. But no matter.
Real Republicans will let the Export-Import Bank stay dead
By Herman Cain Sunday, July 26, 2015
Not much was said about it – given all the attention to Iran, Planned Parenthood and the Chattanooga shootings – but a few weeks ago, the Export-Import Bank died. This was a pretty rare event, because it’s not often any type of government program goes to its eternal demise – particularly one that’s mostly about crony capitalism.
How and why to kill the deal
By Caroline Glick Saturday, July 25, 2015
If Iran remains a threat, the deal bars the US from taking any steps to counter it aside from all-out war. Washington Post columnist David Ignatius is a reasonable man. After hearing back to back interviews with US Secretary of State John Kerry and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about the Obama administration’s pact with Iran’s ayatollahs, he tried to balance them out.
Obama: The IRS is great and Congress stinks. The ‘real IRS scandal’ is that the IRS is underfunded
By Robert Laurie Friday, July 24, 2015
As The Washington Times notes, the IRS’s internal auditor has concluded that the agency targeted conservative groups. The Times also notes that Obama’s DOJ is still conducting a criminal investigation into the matter. But so what? This is Barack Obama. He can’t simply allow “facts” to get in the way of his rhetoric.
Wow: Ted Cruz rips Mitch McConnell a new one on Senate floor, says he lied to him about Ex-Im Bank
By Dan Calabrese Friday, July 24, 2015
You just don’t see this in the U.S. Senate. Or you didn’t, before Ted Cruz got there. And frankly it’s about time someone called Mitch McConnell out for the crap he pulls. The subject is the Export-Import Bank, and Cruz asked McConnell point blank to tell him if a deal had been cut to achieve a sneaky re-authorization of Ex-Im, and McConnell told him, “There is no deal, there is no deal, there is no deal.”
Hillary facing possible criminal investigation over ‘hundreds’ of emails containing classified mater
By Robert Laurie Friday, July 24, 2015
Uh-oh. Watch out, Clinton faithful. There’s fresh trouble in Hillary-land. According to the New York Times and NBC News, Mrs. Clinton is sailing into choppy legal seas. Two inspector generals, from two different federal agencies, are demanding that the DOJ undertake a criminal investigation into what they say are “potentially hundreds” of classified emails Clinton sent from her private email server.
Obama Internet Giveaway May Open Pandora’s Box of Porn
By Michael R. Shannon Friday, July 24, 2015
President Obama has a new administration initiative, supported by tax dollars, to close the Internet pornography gap. The divide is caused by ill–gotten gains that give too many Americans fast, broadband access to the booming porn industry; while other Americans are reduced to lurking in seedy newsstands, sneaking peeks between the pages of lurid magazines and hoping the clerk doesn’t notice their free browsing.
The Myth of Iran’s Peaceful Nuclear Program
By Daniel Greenfield Friday, July 24, 2015
Last year Iran was selling gasoline for less than 50 cents a gallon. This year a desperate regime hiked prices up to over a dollar. Meanwhile, Iranians pay about a tenth of what Americans do for electricity.
Unlike Japan, Iran does not need nuclear power. It is already sitting on a mountain of gas and oil.
A Golden Nugget Hidden in the Trump Spectacle
By Lloyd Marcus Thursday, July 23, 2015
I know. I know. As a veteran political activist, I am supposed to be extremely upset with Donald Trump, out there saying what some on both sides of the political aisle consider to be outrageous things. But, folks, I cannot help myself. It is thrilling to watch someone in the arena of ideas not playing the game according to the dictates of the Left. For far too long, our anti-America enemies on the Left have been allowed to set the rules of engagement. The Left dictates what truths we can say out loud, what words we are permitted to use and what is racist or mean.