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Why compassion for illegal immigration is wrong

 By A. Dru Kristenev Full Story

Unchecked immigration is destroying our nation by undermining and overrunning the very institution that was built to harbor immigrants through the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution...

Don't call it compassion when the president, elected officials or a candidate takes a stand that illegal immigrants deserve a pass to stay in this country and receive citizenship, let alone resident status. It is approval of America's demise; an uncontrolled decimation of what the Founders established in the new world expressly to provide free exercise of faith, industry and speech.

The Problem with Jade Helm
 By Arnold Ahlert Full Story

Jade Helm 15, a large-scale military operation conducted by U.S. Army Special Operations Command and service members from the military’s four branches, scheduled to take place in several states between July 15 and September 15, 2015, has elicited a firestorm of criticism. Many have gone so far as to claim the exercises are a prelude to the imposition of martial law, especially in Texas, one of the states designated as “hostile” territory. However, Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) puts the issue in the proper perspective, noting why it's reasonable that Americans would be concerned about the operation.



How the Media Got Into Bed with the Clintons
 By Cliff Kincaid Full Story

Republican operative Karl Rove writes in The Wall Street Journal that “few demonstrate as much contempt for journalists as do Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.” That may be true for Obama, but Mrs. Clinton has taken a different approach. Her platforms, the Clinton Foundation and its project, the Clinton Global Initiative, have given the appearance of humanitarian work, drawing many big names from the media into her network of influence. No wonder they treat her with deference and respect. The media have been compromised.

The Jefferson Davis ‘Memorial Day’ Funeral Train
 By Calvin E. Johnson Jr. Full Story

Why is the proud history of the South being attacked?

Did you read about students at a Texas University who want a statue of Jefferson Davis removed from the campus?

Sidney Blumenthal Fathers Yet Another Clinton Scandal
 By Matthew Vadum Full Story

Longtime Clinton attack dog Sidney Blumenthal is under fire over allegations that he used his connection to then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to promote an unusual business scheme involving Libya and possibly the embattled Clinton Foundation.





Protecting Thought or Paychecks?
 By Jim Yardley Full Story

I spent yesterday evening driving to our local high school, which is the polling place for any votes that relate to membership on the local school board. Equally important, but much more inflammatory, the school budget is also subject to approval through votes by local citizens.



Global Warming Now Responsible for Islamic Terrorism
 By Judi McLeod Full Story

President Barack Obama’s attempts to provide cover for Islamic terrorists by first declaring global warming/climate change “a national security threat” and then excusing their ongoing carnage with the absurd claim that it was global warming that set them off, must be the biggest political scam in all of human history.

The Rise of Democracy, and the Fall of the Electoral College
 By Douglas V. Gibbs Full Story

James Madison wrote five times in his essays of the Federalist Papers that we are a republic, and then explained what a republic is. He believed this to be necessary not only so that the Constitution may be properly understood, but because in their argument against the Constitution, the statists of the era were trying to convince the people that a republic, and a democracy, are the same thing. Democracy, in reality, is a transitional form of government, one that would lead America from being a republic to an oppressive oligarchy, argued many of the Founding Fathers. We must never be a democracy.

Five-Year-Old Boy with a Lesson for the Entire World -- And a Lingering Question
 By Rev. Michael Bresciani Full Story

The news is rife with sad stories, tragedies and other matters not just hard to ingest, but hard just to watch.






Thinking About China
 By Alan Caruba Full Story

Napoleon Bonaparte purportedly said “Let China sleep, for when China wakes, she will shake the world.”

When a Good Deal is a Bad Deal
 By Robert L. Rosebrock Full Story

Fellow Veterans and Friends of Veterans

When the Plaintiffs and Defendants jointly announced the so-called "settlement agreement," the lead spokesman for the Plaintiffs called it "a good deal" and I called it a "Trojan Horse."

The Benghazi-Syria Weapons Connection
 By Arnold Ahlert Full Story

The shameless lying that has formed the heart of the Obama administration's Benghazi narrative took another turn yesterday. Documents obtained by Fox News reveal that U.S. intelligence agencies were "fully aware" weapons were being moved from Benghazi to Syria before the attack on Sept. 11, 2012, that claimed the lives of ambassador Christopher Stevens,Navy SEALs Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods, and diplomat Sean Smith. The documents also put the lie to President Obama's assertion that the rise of ISIS caught the administration "by surprise."




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Oh joy: Hillary offers her thoughts on how to ‘jump start small business’
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics

Hillary offers her thoughts on how to 'jump start small business'It’s hard to imagine anything more frightening than the image above (and just think how it must make Bat Boy feel), but one possibility might be the prospect of Hillary Clinton developing strategies for how to “jump start small business.” I have been a small business owner since 1999, and it’s hard to imagine anything in common between good small business practices and the things Hillary Clinton does.




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UN casts Israel as worst violator of health rights in the world
 By UN Watch--Hillel Neuer   --World News

Exclusive Report and comment by UN Watch Executive Director Hillel Neuer:

GENEVA, - As Israeli hospitals continue their life-saving treatment for escalating numbers of wounded Syrians fleeing to the Golan from the Assad regime’s barbaric attacks, the U.N. reached new heights of absurdity today by adopting a draft resolution portraying Israel as violating the health rights of Syrians in the Golan.


Hillary plans June 13th rally to announce Presidential campaign. Wait, what?
 By Robert Laurie   --American Politics

Hillary plans June 13th rally to announce Presidential campaign. Wait, whatBack on April 12th, the New York Times covered the announcement of Hillary Clinton’s presidential aspirations like this:

Ending two years of speculation and coy denials, Hillary Rodham Clintonannounced on Sunday that she would seek the presidency for a second time, immediately establishing herself as the likely 2016 Democratic nominee.


Latest Military News
 By News on the Net   --News Features

US approves large guided bomb sale to Israel
The US State Department has approved the sale to Israel of over 20,000 guided bomb kits and 8,650 associated warheads, including additional 5,000 lb ‘bunker busters’, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) announced on 19 May.


India Won’t Shift Away From Coal, Minister Tells UN
 By Guest Column--Dr. Benny Peiser   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

India has told a high-level energy meeting here that it will not be fair to expect it to move away from coal to meet energy requirements of millions of Indians, underscoring that coal will continue to remain the “mainstay” of its energy needs for the “foreseeable future.”—Press Trust of India, 22 May 2015




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FEC backs off plan to regulate Internet
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics

FEC backs off plan to regulate InternetThe Internet isn’t totally out of the woods with the news we’re sharing here, but at least it’s something positive. The FCC still intends to regulate the Internet in the manner of a 1930s-era telephone company, meaning the ObamaNet continues to loom over everyone. But at least the FEC is backing off - for now - on a plan to squash free speech by demanding that everyone who uses the Internet to express political opinions file spending reports with the federal government. And the best news is that it was public pressure - it still works if you use it, folks! - that forced Democrat commissioners to back down:


Clinton Foundation: So hey, turns out we took in $26.4 million more than we disclosed
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics

One of the curiosities I’ve had about the Clinton Foundation slush fund is how Hillary just wantonly ignored the agreement she’d made with the White House to disclose the donations they were getting while she was Secretary of State. Not that it surprises me she would welch on the agreement. Not at all. That’s classic Hillary. But usually they find some sort of clever way to break their word while being able to claim they kept it. That’s the Clinton way. I was a little surprised at the idea that she would have just hidden the donations and basically said “screw you” to the White House in the process.


Migrating golden eagles to be slaughtered in Ontario
 By Guest Column--Mark Duchamp   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

In October/November each year, as snow covers their hunting grounds, golden eagles from Canada fly south to warmer climates in the United States. Those migrating from Northern Ontario and the western half of Quebec (all the way up to the Ungava Peninsula) must deal with a major obstacle: the Great Lakes.


Run, “Professor” Xavier Becerra, Run!
 By Arthur Christopher Schaper   --American Politics

So, the California Democratic Party is in a tussle over who will succeed Barbara Boxer in the US Senate.


North Korea’s Takeaway From The Iran Nuclear Talks
 By Claudia Rosett   --World News

Forbes.com
In defense of the Iran nuclear talks, Obama administration officials have made a number of unlikely claims, including the repeated proposition that under the current Tehran regime Iran’s nuclear program could be transformed into something “exclusively peaceful.” But one of the most bizarre statements yet came just last weekend from Secretary of State John Kerry. Speaking to reporters in Beijing, Kerry said he hopes an Iran nuclear deal could have a “positive influence” on North Korea.


Obama Claims Anti-Semitic Iranians are Just Being ‘Rational’
 By Warner Todd Huston   --American Politics

Obama has now decided that being a wild-eyed hater of Jews is a “rational” action and that the Iranian’s hate for Jews doesn’t make them bad people. How can Jews still support Obama?

In discussing his foreign policy ideas concerning Iran getting a nuke, Obama once again had harsher things to say about Israel than he does about Iran despite that Iran has actually helped kill thousands of American soldiers.


Saudi Arabia wants to run the UN Human Rights Council. Also places want ads for more executioners
 By Robert Laurie   --World News

Saudi Arabia wants to run the UN Human Rights CouncilThe United Nations is one of the most worthless organizations on the face of the Earth. That’s not hyperbole. It’s just a simple fact. It’s a grotesquely hypocritical money pit that exists mostly in an effort to redistribute global wealth and legitimize the planet’s worst actors.


CHINA: Church Building Demolished in Zhejiang
 By News on the Net   --Christianity - Religion

Source: China Aid

Shendong Church in Zhejiang was forcibly demolished on April 28th in continuation of the province-wide “Three Rectifications and One Demolition” campaign. Authorities reportedly claimed that the land on which the church was built belonged to the government. The church had previously submitted requests to the local religious affairs bureau and other government agencies, requesting that their location be approved and finalized. However, the contacted governing officials never responded to these requests.


Magistrates Go to Court Over Same-Sex Weddings
 By Liberty Counsel   --American Freedom

Raleigh, NC - Today, Liberty Counsel will go to court to defend North Carolina magistrates who are being forced to officiate same-sex “weddings,” despite deeply held religious beliefs. Our clients must choose to abandon their religion or face suspension, termination, fines, or prosecution.


Hillary finally answers some questions - badly. CBS calls her out for dodging
 By Robert Laurie   --Media - Media Bias

Hillary finally answers some questions - badly. CBS calls her out for dodgingIf you’re the kind of person who thinks Hillary Clinton is trying desperately to avoid questions from the media, you owe her an apology. She’s nothing if not completely forthcoming. Despite the fact that she went almost a month without answering a single media inquiry, Mrs. Clinton is an open book - and she’s eager to show off her love of complete and utter transparency.


An easy solution to that whole crowded-stage-at-the-Republican-debate problem
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics

An easy solution to that whole crowded-stage-at-the-Republican-debate problemI suppose it’s arguable whether it matters that the field of Republican presidential candidates in the coming cycle looks to be unusually large. Personally I don’t really see why it matters, since we know perfectly well that only a handful of viable candidates will still have a serious chance once we’re past the first few caucuses and primaries. But I can’t help but be both amused and a little frustrated by the reason many conservatives are citing for why this is supposedly a problem:


The Alberta Disadvantage - Lessons for Wyoming
 By Guest Column--Maureen Bader   --American Freedom

A Commentary by Maureen Bader, Wyoming Liberty Group

In Governor Mead’s 2015 supplemental budget, the governor called on the legislature to set up a reserve account for an industrial park, and the legislature complied with a $5 million appropriation. The idea comes from the Industrial Heartland in Alberta, Canada, an industrial park funded by the provincial and various local governments to attract oil and gas companies to the province.


Randi Cogan-Shinder, Toronto’s Hottest Perfume Entrepreneur Triumphs Despite Poor Ontario Busi
 By Mitch Wolfe   --Financial, Business, Economy

In Liberal Premier’s Wynne’s Ontario, small Ontario companies are being whacked with skyrocketing utility costs, higher taxes, user fees, increased labor costs, rising insurance premiums, ballooning transit costs and soul-destroying regulatory red tape.


Jeb Bush Criticises Obama For Exaggerating Climate Change
 By Guest Column--Dr. Benny Peiser   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

U.S. Republican Jeb Bush said on Wednesday that the Earth’s climate is changing but that scientific research does not clearly show how much of the change is due to humans and how much is from natural causes. While President Barack Obama and many scientists believe humans are largely to blame for climate change, Bush said the degree of human responsibility is uncertain. The former Florida governor challenged Obama’s determination earlier in the day that climate change is now a threat to U.S. national security.—Reuters, 21 May 2015


Private rail—unlike Amtrak’s monopoly—must emphasize safety to win customers
 By Guest Column--Gabriel Roth   --American Politics

OAKLAND, California—When you look at America’s transportation network broadly, there can be little doubt that getting government out of the passenger train business would likely improve safety.












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