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Thanks to PC western leaders, it’s Happy Hunting for the Terrorists
 By Judi McLeod Full Story

When terrorists look in the rear view mirror after their latest slaughterhouse jihad in any land, they clearly see the cowardice of all western leaders and plenty of opportunities in what millennials would call ‘wiggle room’.

Islamic State--The Bogeyman Haunting The Lindt Chocolate Café
 By David Singer Full Story

The joint press conference given by Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott on 16 December after the siege at the Lindt Chocolate café in Martin Place had finally ended - was particularly noteworthy for certain viewpoints expressed by Mr Abbott during that conference.

Has America Finally Begun to Despise BOTH Parties?
 By Jim Yardley Full Story

For many years average Americans, regardless of color, gender, national origin, religious affiliation (or lack of any religion), level of formal education or any other cultural identity have despised Democrat politicians more than Republican politicians.

Forced Alzheimer’s tests at Medicare paid ‘wellness visits’
 By Dr. Laurie Roth Full Story

Constitutional attorney and head of the United States Justice Foundation, Michael Connelly told me the unbelievable this week. His fiancée, without any symptoms or presented concerns, was forced to take an Alzheimer’s test at an annual ‘wellness’ visit she had gone to.  She was also asked whether she owned guns.  Last I checked none of us could be forced to take an Alzheimer’s test, especially if we have no symptoms, but not now.

Oh terrific: U.S. thinks China, Iran or Russia may have helped with hacker attack on Sony
 By Dan Calabrese Full Story

Has it occurred to you amidst all the coverage of the Sony hacker attack that the whole thing seems unusually sophisticated to be coming from the Norks, who are better known for making grand claims they can’t back up and initiating missile tests that turn out to be duds?

Senators Vow to Halt Obama's Castro Odyssey
 By Matthew Vadum Full Story

Front Page Mag
Lawmakers opposed to President Obama’s sudden move to cozy up to Communist Cuba are vowing a full-court press to prevent official diplomatic recognition of the tropical prison republic from going forward.

America under dictatorship
 By Judi McLeod Full Story

Just as Fidel Castro became Cuba’s dictator when he and his guerrillas triumphantly entered Havana on January 7, 1959, President Barack Obama became America’s dictator on Dec. 17, 2014.

Can We Send Alan Gross Back to Cuba?
 By Matthew Vadum Full Story

This article originally appeared in The American Thinker

Why did President Obama engineer a prisoner swap with Communist Cuba involving Alan Gross, an American citizen who badmouthed his own country mere hours after he arrived back on U.S. soil?

Obama, Castro and the Pope
 By Elvira Fernandez Hasty Full Story

Growing up as a child of conservative parents in a Catholic environment, today, after 53 years living in the USA, I find a new world that is upside down.  When Fidel Castro came to Cuba, soon after there were rumors of the government takeover of private schools.  I was sent as a young teen to the USA via the Pedro Pan program to live with cousins of my mother in Tampa, Florida.  It was to be a temporary situation, just until the government in Cuba changed to a democracy.  After all these years, Cuba is still a communist country but it is the USA that has changed.

Obama's 'Operation Choke Point'
 By Arnold Ahlert Full Story

Almost unbelievably, the Obama administration is involved in another scandalous abuse of power, one that has largely escaped the public’s attention. The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee released a report December 8 detailing the abuses by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), operating under the auspices of a program known as Operation Choke Point. Run by the Departments of Justice and Treasury, Operation Choke Point was supposed to target illegal businesses and prevent them from obtaining access to the U.S. financial system.

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American & Canadian Politics

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Two Pa. Legislators Indicted for Voter ID Bribes in a Case the State AG Refused to Prosecute
 By Heritage Foundation--Hans von Spakovsky   --American Politics
Evidence of bribery

American & Canadian Politics

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Caught in racist dogging of Obama, Sony’s Amy Pascal endures obligatory meeting with Al Sharpton
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics
Caught in racist dogging of Obama, Sony's Amy Pascal endures obligatory meeting with Al Sharpton
Of course.

Super: Aides say a ‘liberated’ Obama is finally able to be ‘the President he always wanted to be’
 By Robert Laurie   --American Politics

Super: Aides say a 'liberated' Obama is finally able to be 'the President he always wanted to be'
Oh goody.

Manitoba’s Naughty and Nice List
 By Canadian Taxpayers Federation--Colin Craig   --Canada
Heading up the naughty list is Premier Greg Selinger
CIA report encourages terrorists, betrays U.S. allies
 By Lawrence J. Haas   --American Politics
America debated torture and rendered its judgment long ago. Rather than advance that debate, the committee’s report is just making American deaths more likely.

American & Canadian Politics

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How Harry Reid’s Last Act as Majority Leader Directly Benefited His State
 By Heritage Foundation--Melissa Quinn   --American Politics
“Congress needs to pursue sweeping tax reform that creates opportunity and fairness for everyone,” says Dan Holler
Historic Day for Washington, Havana…and Pyongyang’s Hackers
 By Claudia Rosett   --American Politics
In Moscow, Beijing and Tehran, they must be watching in awe. It's not every day an American president hits a grand slam--for the wrong team.
Obama: Normalize Relations With Congress Before Cuba
 By Arthur Christopher Schaper   --American Politics
President Obama needs to restore the proper order of Constitutional checks and balances, and submit to Congress before establishing the next steps for redefining the United States' relationship with Havana
Camelot Would Be Appalled at Obama’s Tyranny and anti-American Decrees!
 By John Lillpop   --American Politics
Shame on you, Barack Obama, for moving the Bay of Pigs into the Oval Office!
IRAN: Islamic Revolutionary Guard’s Dramatic Heart Change
 By News on the Net   --Christianity - Religion
Persecution and Prayer Alert, Voice of the Martyrs
Liberty Counsel Supports Court Clerks Who Uphold Florida’s Marriage Laws
 By Liberty Counsel   --American Freedom
Liberty Counsel will defend-at no cost to taxpayers-any Florida court clerk who is sued for defending natural marriage.
Coptic Solidarity Launches Advocacy Campaign for Imprisoned Christian Mohammed Hegazi
 By Christian Newswire   --Christianity - Religion

A Really Bad Day for Freedom
 By Heritage Foundation--Steven Bucci   --World News
If you threaten and bluster, America will fold
North Korea-set film starring Steve Carell the latest casualty of ‘The Interview’ fallout
 By Robert Laurie   --American Politics
North Korea-set film starring Steve Carell the latest casualty of 'The Interview' fallout
Cancelled before it was even made.

Vermont’s liberal governor abandons single-payer plan because state couldn’t handle the taxes
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics
Vermont's liberal governor abandons single-payer plan because state couldn't handle the taxes
What? It would cost money?

Interesting Times
 By Sarge   --American Politics
An old Asian saying specifically warns us with its cryptic irony: “May you live in interesting times.”
Raw Video of Sharyl Attkisson’s Interview With the Man Who Waterboarded the
 By Heritage Foundation--Melissa Quinn   --American Politics
‘We Had to Do Our Duty’
America gives communists best day since the Bolshevik revolution
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics
America gives communists best day since the Bolshevik revolution
Castro wins recognition; Bowl Cut Jr. rules the cinema.

Media pushes a turbulent world . . . but your world doesn’t have to be
 By Herman Cain   --Media - Media Bias
Media pushes a turbulent world . . . but your world doesn't have to be
What things look like after a short self-imposed news blackout.

Texas theater offering free screening of ‘Team America’ in place of ‘The Interview’
 By Robert Laurie   --American Life, History, Education
Texas theater offering free screening of 'Team America' in place of 'The Interview'

Must-Watch: On Senate Floor, Rubio Talks Cuba, Summit, Blinken and Venezuela
 By News on the Net   --American Politics
Senator Rubio Discusses The Future Of U.S. Foreign Policy On The Senate Floor
Israel looks on Europe with utter dismay
 By Barry Shaw   --World News
It's a question of whether the winds of political change in Europe will arrive in time to save itself and Israel from the damaging tsunami of current political moves
Interview with an Interrogator: Megyn Kelly Gets the Scoop
 By Roger Aronoff   --Media - Media Bias
Interview with an Interrogator: Megyn Kelly Gets the Scoop

None of the CIA people involved in the interrogations, nor the directors or deputy directors, were interviewed by Sen. Dianne Feinstein's (D-CA) committee

Lena Dunham, Al Sharpton, Eric Holder and the New Barbarism
 By News on the Net   --American Politics
Bill Whittle: A Truth Revolt video.
Prices Are Dropping, But Gas Is Still Historically Expensive
 By Institute for Energy Research   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
EIA, gas prices, gas tax, oil production

Health and Medical Pages
Using parasites to fight autoimmune diseases
Israeli expert is experimenting with intestinal parasites to fight conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis and Crohn’s disease.

Travel Pages
December in the Land of the Long White Cloud
New Zealand is a great place to shake off the winter blues and get your feet wet.

Pictures & Artwork
Why Obama is restoring relations with a Murderous, Communist Dictator Castro
 Dag Barkley

Why Obama is restoring relations with a Murderous, Communist Dictator Castro

Pictures & Artwork
Obama and Pope Francis
 Dag Barkley

Obama restoring relations with Communist Cuba
 Dag Barkley

Obama restoring relations with Communist Cuba

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Jaguar heads 2014’s class of TechnoFile’s most interesting vehicles
Jaguar really needed a car like this