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Call it Caliphate, UN style.
Ted Turner’s United Nations Foundation closing the gate on Free Society

 By Judi McLeod Full Story

Freedom and individual rights will be nothing but archaic words when a high-handed United Nations gets to deliver its upcoming, etched-in-concrete 2015 Global Social and Environmental Agenda, effectively imprisoning humanity for the next 15 years and beyond.

President Obama to Use the UN to Stab Israel in the Back
 By Joseph A. Klein Full Story

President Barack Obama visited an influential conservative Washington D.C. synagogue on May 22nd with the avowed purpose of assuring his audience of about 1000 people that his “commitment to Israel’s security is and always will be unshakeable.” Donning a yarmulke and speaking from the synagogue sanctuary’s bimah where the Torah is recited, Obama claimed that “no U.S. President, no administration has done more to ensure that Israel can protect itself than this one.” Carried away by his own self-proclaimed support for Israel, he declared himself an “honorary member of the tribe.”





Josh Duggar, Atheists, and Pedophiles
 By Tim Dunkin Full Story

By now, many readers have probably heard about the recent revelation that Josh Duggar, the oldest son of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar of 19 Kids and Counting fame, has admitted to molesting some young girls a decade ago when he was a teenager. The information about this came out recently when a heavily redacted police report from 2006 was released by In Touch Weekly detailing the incidents. Duggar has since apologized for the acts, even as the scandal has grown and the Duggar’s television show has been pulled from TLC.



GREAT NEWS: Appeals Court to Obama: NO, YOU CANNOT!
 By John Lillpop Full Story

In yet another devastating blow to Barack Obama’s unlawful attempt to use his phone and pen to circumvent the US Constitution, an Appeals court has upheld an injunction against Executive Orders issued by Obama to implement unilateral amnesty for millions of illegal aliens.



Barack "Climate Change" Obama
 By Alan Caruba Full Story

“Woe to the land that’s governed by a child.” - Shakespeare, Richard III

I have been wrestling for some kind of explanation why the President of the United States, Barack Obama, would continue to talk about climate change and urge the global transition from fossil fuels to wind, solar and bio-energy. I have concluded that he thinks everyone, not just Americans, are idiots.





Biker Shootout: Libs Going Wacko over Race in Waco
 By Selwyn Duke Full Story

Leftists are upset about what they view as a double standard with respect to the Baltimore/Ferguson affair and the recent Waco gang shootout. They're right, too -- there sure is a double standard.

Pelosi: We're totally winning the war against ISIS. Y'know. On Twitter & stuff
 By Robert Laurie Full Story
Pelosi: We're totally winning the war against ISIS. Y'know

MSNBC has a new show! It's hosted by former Pennsylvania Representative Patrick Murphy (D-of course). It's called "Taking the Hill" and this weekend it featured an appearance by everyone's favorite former Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi.

Murphy asked Pelosi about Obama's failing battle against ISIS, but Pelosi wasn't interested in admitting that things aren't going so well. Instead, she decided to highlight one of the areas where we are, apparently, making some truly "impressive advances" against our barbaric opponents.

NYT: U.S. knows exactly where ISIS headquarters is, but doesn't attack for fear of accidentally killing civilians
 By Dan Calabrese Full Story

You'd think it would represent a major blow to ISIS if you could take out its headquarters - and apparently U.S. forces know exactly where ISIS headquarters is located. Specifically we're talking about seven buildings in Raqqa, Syria. Furthermore, you'd think that if you had a shot at thousands of ISIS terrorists - the very ones who just took Ramadi and were running around in the open flaunting it - you'd take them out.

Obama’s Memorial Day Ice Cream Gloat
 By Judi McLeod Full Story

The picture Herman Cain writer Dan Calabrese calls “the worst Memorial Day photo ever” should be going viral now if Obama Google pals don’t bury it.






Memorial Day and What We Should be Remembering
 By Michael Fumento Full Story

It's Memorial Day in America. Time to celebrate spring with barbecues and the first trip to the beach. Solemnity is essentially forbidden. Except among we "brave few," as Shakespeare famously put it in Henry V, "We band of brothers."

Ramadi and Obama's Phony Air War Against ISIS
 By Michael Fumento Full Story

"The Cemetery of the Americans." That's what graffiti said in the western Iraq city of Ramadi when I first embedded there in 2006. Indeed, my two journalist predecessors in Camp Corregidor were both shot be snipers. Within weeks the first SEAL to die in Iraq would be killed, another mortally wounded. My own Public Affairs officer was killed, and later the first SEAL to win the Medal of Honor in Iraq would die there. It was the hardest-fought battle of the war, but we won.

Baltimore Cops Indicted in Freddie Gray Case
 By Matthew Vadum Full Story

--FrontPageMag
Six Baltimore police officers were indicted Friday in the death of Freddie Gray after prosecutors forced a local grand jury to move at what is considered lightning speed in the criminal justice system.




American & Canadian Politics

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What’s Left
 By Tabitha Korol   --American Politics

The Oscar-winning actress Natalie Portman said that she would not use her platform of fame or share her strong leftist opinions inappropriately; therefore, she granted an interview to Steven Galloway, The Hollywood Reporter. Thus begins a peek into a leftist’s psychology.(No sunspecs required.)




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Wolf Trap - Act I - Habeas Corpus
 By Gary Hunt   --American Freedom

Setting the Stage: Joseph Story called Habeas Corpus “the great bulwark of personal liberty.” He did so as he, as well as did other legal scholars and various Supreme Court decision, because the founders knew that overarching government might attempt to suppress the rights of the people that had been so recently won, at great cost to the people. The inclusion of the “sacred writ” in the Constitution was to assure that their posterity would always have a means of challenging the federal government, when it went beyond those limits set by the Constitution.


The Jihad Caucus
 By James Simpson   --American Politics

Examiner.com
The United States allows 70,000 people from all over the world to obtain legal permanent residence through our Refugee Program—one of the most generous in the world. We also bring in another 40,000 or so through the Asylum program. Then there is the Special Immigrant Visa for people from Iraq and Afghanistan—about 10,000 in FY 2014—and a Cuban/Haitian Entrant program bringing in another 20,000 annually. That adds up to about 140,000.


Bernie Sanders announces he would welcome the return of the 90% tax rate
 By Robert Laurie   --American Politics

A few weeks ago, when Bernie Sanders announced he’d be running against the “inevitable” President Clinton, I got all excited. Why is that? Well, as I said at the time, the Vermont socialist is completely unelectable for a whole host of reasons. They range from petty things like “appearance” to completely legitimate items like “utterly insane policy positions.” In the end it all adds up to the same thing. Sanders won’t make even the smallest of dents in the primaries, let alone claw his way into the general. However, as he self immolates, he could deal a little splash damage to the Democrat Party and Hillary Clinton.


Saudis gave $10 million to Clinton Foundation, then Hillary OKd an enormous Saudi arms deal
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics

Bribery will get you everywhere with Hillary Clinton, and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has money to burn. So even though the State Department officially objected to the policies of the Saudi royal family, and our allies in Israel raised serious objections because of the way it would affect the region’s balance of power, Hillary actually considered it a top personal priority to approve the sale of $29 billion worth of advance fighter jets to the Saudis.

Why would Hillary do this? I’d give you three guesses but I’m sure you wouldn’t need the last two. Some things are just that predictable, as International Business Times reports:




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Recent Columns

Why isn’t Obama demanding Iran release WaPo reporter Jason Rezaian . . .
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics

Why isn't Obama demanding Iran release WaPo reporter Jason RezaianIn addition to everything else that’s wrong with the nuclear deal Barack Obama and John Kerry are pursuing with Iran (chiefly, that it clears the way for Iran to have nuclear weapons), the administration is rushing headlong into finalizing the deal without demanding the release of Jason Rezaian as a condition.


Saved from a world of negativity
 By Herman Cain   --American Life, History, Education

Saved from a world of negativitySome days we get callers to the Herman Cain Radio Show that are not quite connecting all the dots, and are in denial of the failed policies of the Obama Administration. They usually spend their minute on Rapid Fire accusing me of being anti-Obama, denying the truth, and bringing up any and every past failure of Republicans and conservatives.


The NSA’s Technotyranny: One Nation Under Surveillance
 By John W. Whitehead   --American Freedom

We now have a fourth branch of government.


The Race for the White House: What the “Invisible Primary” Has Taught Us So Far
 By INSS--Oded Eran, Owen Alterman   --American Politics

The long campaign for the US presidency is well underway. The spate of campaign launches in recent weeks only formalizes what has been unfolding for months, namely, the so-called “invisible primary,” in which candidates jockey behind the scenes to raise money, hire campaign staff, and win over key activists. Voters have eight months to wait before even the first of the caucuses and primaries. Still, among the donors and activists, much is taking place, some of it of interest to Israel.


Why Does Liberal Rag Salon.com Hate Our Soldiers? Because They Take Money From Welfare Spending
 By Warner Todd Huston   --Media - Media Bias

On this Memorial Day, the anti-American cretins at Salon.com have proclaimed our soldiers to be “dangerous” to the nation. Why? Because spending money on our military takes money away from welfare budgets. And they are serious.


Coptic Solidarity Conference - 100 Years Later: Middle Eastern Christians Face Another Genocide
 By Christian Newswire   --Crime-Terror-Security

WASHINGTON—As the world commemorates the centennial of the Armenian Genocide, Coptic Solidarity will host our 6th Annual Conference in Washington, DC - June 11-12th. The conference theme is 100 Year Later: Middle Eastern Christians Face Another Genocide, focusing on the fate of Christians and other minorities in the same region currently.


Municipal amalgamation in Ontario fails to achieve cost savings in cities both big and small
 By Fraser Institute   --Canada

TORONTO—Ontario’s push for municipal amalgamation in the 1990s has failed to deliver cost-savings and efficiencies promised for both large and small cities, finds a new study released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank.


FAA Hiring Scandal Barely Registers with the Media
 By Roger Aronoff   --American Politics

The Fox Business Network (FBN) should be congratulated for launching a six-month investigation into the Federal Aviation Administration’s hiring practices, an investigation revealing complicity between the FAA and diversity groups such as the National Black Coalition of Federal Aviation Employees (NBCFAE). The findings were revealed on “The Willis Report” last week on FBN.


VA Fails Veterans Again, and Again, and Again, and Again
 By Robert L. Rosebrock   --American Politics

Fellow Veterans and Friends of Veterans

Last Thursday, I was with Southern California Public Radio reporter John Ismay, an Iraqi War Veteran, when the VA police ordered us to stop our interview.


Remembering my father on Memorial Day
 By A. Dru Kristenev   --American Politics

Being called to missions in many different places around this country, I am more than a thousand miles from the resting place of my father, a veteran of WWII. A merchant marine who stood off the coast of Normandy on D-Day as part of the flotilla supporting the troops storming the beaches, he was overwhelmed when our nation finally recognized the role the Liberty ships played in the battle to preserve the free world.


Ladies and gentlemen, the worst Memorial Day photo ever
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics

I don’t even know what to say about this. It’s almost as if whoever runs the Democrats’ Twitter account decided to take on a personal challenge of coming up with the most inappropriate photo imaginable for the day when the nation honors its war dead. It’s about fallen soldiers? Ha!


Another domino falls in the anti-fossil fuel movement’s crusade
 By Marita Noon   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

Throughout the United States, especially in communities with existing or potential oil-and-gas development, outside groups have moved in with a vengeance and agitated the population—resulting in bans against all exploration for hydrocarbons and/or the use of hydraulic fracturing. Expensive lawsuits have been filed and courts have repeatedly declared such bans as “unconstitutional.” The newest domino to fall is in Texas where Governor Greg Abbott, on May 18, signed House Bill 40 (HB40)—also known as the Denton Fracking Bill—which clarifies that an “oil and gas operation is subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the state.”












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