American Politics --->At UN Netanyahu Challenges ‘Brazen Lies’ Told by Obama and Abbas
By Anne Bayefsky
This article by Anne Bayefsky originally appeared on Fox News.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu chose not to let President Obama’s bold allegation that Israelis were not interested in peace go unanswered in his speech Monday at the UN. “Brazen lies spoken from this very podium against my country” is how Netanyahu described the remarks of previous speakers, when he addressed the U.N. General Assembly.Confronting PC: Some Will Financially and Politically Die
By Lloyd Marcus
I caught a bit of an interview with conservative actor Kevin Sorbo promoting his movie, “God’s Not Dead” on the Sean Hannity radio show. Sorbo lamented that political correctness operatives continue to bully Americans with little push back. He cited a recent incident in which a little girl was kicked out of school for saying “God bless you” when a classmate sneezed, punished for religious talk in school.State Dept. spokeswoman Marie Harf: Not even ISIS could predict the rise of ISIS
By Robert Laurie
Yesterday, we discussed President Obama’s buck-passing assertion that ‘they’ underestimated ISIS. The ‘they’ that he was referring to is, of course, anyone who isn’t Barack Obama. Specifically, the President is claiming that - despite at least a year of briefings to the contrary - the intel community failed to warn him that this whole “ISIS thing” was going to be an issue.The wheels on the bus
“The wheels on the bus go ‘round and ‘round, ‘round and ‘round, ‘round and ‘round; the wheels on the bus go ‘round and all through the town.” Nursery rhyme.
One of the axioms of politics in Washington is to avoid the bus lines. This would be because sooner or later Obama’s going to throw you under the damned thing.Group touts 4,000 abortions in 1 year with Clinton’s support
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