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Negotiations with the Islamic Republic will extend until June — as Congress prepares to act.
Obama's Surrender to Iran Postponed
By Arnold Ahlert Full Story
According to an Associated Press report, the Iranian nuke negotiations have engendered an agreement—to continue taking in hopes of reaching a final agreement by the end of June. As an unnamed senior U.S. official put it, talks between Iran and the P5+1 powers (the United States, Britain, France, China and Russia plus Germany) would continue past yesterday’s deadline for the outline of an agreement if enough progress was made to justify that extension. By late yesterday that contention was confirmed: talks will continue through today.
Obama's Virtual War on Israel
By Alan Caruba Full Story
This is hardly the best week to demonstrate his intense hatred of Israel, but since he has devoted 18 months to a fruitless and foolish negotiation with Iran, one can understand why Barack Hussein Obama is in a bad mood. His foreign policy “legacy” is close to being flushed down the Iranian toilet.
The Real Power of the One Percent
By Cliff Kincaid Full Story
Statistics show that 1.6 percent of the population identifies itself as gay or lesbian. But judging from the hysteria over Indiana’s religious freedom law, it seems that many of them are in positions of power in the media. These power brokers are not only openly gay, but also anti-Christian. Even Holy Week hasn’t kept them from demonstrating their anti-Christian animus.
Notre Dame: Most Catholic University in America-
By Church Militant Full Story
Notre Dame: Most Catholic University in America—Ripping the Heart out of Catholicism and replacing it with Social Justice
Camp Lone Star - Act One: The Government Charade
By Gary Hunt Full Story
Yesterday, when Massey arrived at the courthouse, there were about twenty agents in battle gear and a number of DHS Suburbans parked in front of the courthouse. After going in to the courthouse, he had to visit the Pre-Trial Services. There, he was approached by two agents who wanted to see his sunglasses. They inspected them, thoroughly, and then returned them to Massey. I suppose this is the future—what we can expect because of Google-Glasses. However, finding that they were not dangerous, they were returned to their owner.
Old Times are not forgotten in the South
By Calvin E. Johnson Jr. Full Story
Some folks call the Confederate flag and United States flag racist. Sir Winston Churchill said it best when he said:
“The flags of the Confederate States of America were very important and a matter of great pride to those citizens living in the Confederacy. They are also a matter of great pride for their descendants as part of their heritage and history.’
Apple CEO: Hates Indiana Christians but does business with countries that execute gays, stone women
By Warner Todd Huston Full Story
Apple CEO Tim Cook is making a particular point this week to attack Christians in Indiana calling them “dangerous” but it seems he has no problem at all selling his products in Muslim-led countries that kill gays for being gay and stone women when they are raped. Nor does he have a problem making his product in China, the world’s leading violator of human rights.
As Congress betrays promises, let it break the one that matters
By A. Dru Kristenev Full Story
Congress now hovers in the president’s shadow as the second greatest perpetrator of broken promises to their constituents. Why then, shouldn’t they renege on the one promise that would actually have impact against the wholesale destruction of our economy and defense?
Unholy Assault on the Hoosier State
By Cliff Kincaid Full Story
I was watching CNBC on Monday for updates on the markets and economic affairs when I suddenly found technology “journalist” Kara Swisher of “Re/code” being “interviewed” by the “Squawk Alley” team about Indiana’s new religious freedom law. She compared opponents of the homosexual agenda to racists and said that Indiana Governor Mike Pence (R), who signed the law, is “shameless.” The interview went on and on, with no opposing views presented.
Don't be an April 'Earth Month' Fool
By Alan Caruba Full Story
The annual calendar is filled with days and months designated for the purpose of calling attention to some event, personality, or cause. The U.S. celebrates the birthdays of Lincoln and Washington that fall close together. There’s Mother’s and Father’s Day, Labor Day and Veteran’s Day, Valentine’s, Independence Day, Thanksgiving, Easter and Christmas.
So many questions left unanswered by the RCMP Public Complaints Commission High River investigation
By Dennis R. Young Full Story
Senior politicians stated (hoped) that the High River report released on February 12, 2015 by the RCMP Public Complaints Commission would close the file on the hundreds of doors being kicked in, 4,666 x 2 unwarranted entries and searches, seizures of hundreds of guns, and seizure and destruction of tons of ammunition, seizure of firearms magazines, bows, knives, etc, etc. The 122-page report didn’t even come close to answering all the questions that High River residents asked at their town hall meeting on September 5, 2013.
Revived Questions about Huma Abedin
By Matthew Vadum Full Story
Republican lawmakers are probing why Hillary Clinton’s longtime Islamist aide Huma Abedin was allowed to work at the State Department under a special, part-time status while simultaneously working at a politically connected consulting firm.
‘Drag Show’ forced on Catholic students at University of San Diego
By Judi McLeod Full Story
Something sacrosanct is being stolen from the University of San Diego: its Catholic identity replaced by open mockery of the God-made distinction between male and female.
Whoa: Gallup shows 26 percent of blacks now identify as conservative
By Herman Cain Full Story
Yesterday I had lunch with a friend, Jim Clifton, who happens to be the CEO of the Gallup Organization. Whereas he gets his pulse of the public from the numerous and ongoing surveys they conduct, I get my pulse from callers to my radio show, people I meet while traveling and questions from audience members during keynote speeches.