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  • Biden shared anti-Hillary Clinton column with aides, family amid 2016 campaign

    04/12/2022 12:08:00 PM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 3 replies
    Nypost ^ | 04/12/2022 | Bruce Golding
    President Biden sent his inner circle a devastating analysis of then-presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s looming legal troubles during the 2016 race after he opted against running, according to an email stored on his son Hunter’s infamous laptop. “Interesting,” Biden wrote in the subject line of the email, which contained a link to a column published by Real Clear Politics.
  • These states are suffering from the worst unemployment rates(News media "Masks" destroyed lives)

    08/28/2020 6:08:43 PM PDT · by Vendome · 13 replies
    Yahoo Finance ^ | August 27, 2020 | Zack Guzman
    The latest swath of applications brings the total amount of jobless claims to more than 58 million since the pandemic began to roil the job market, wiping out the 20 million jobs added over the last decade by a near three-to-one margin.According to the Department of Labor’s latest report, which breaks out the insured unemployment rate (a ratio of people on unemployment benefits divided by labor force) through August 8, Hawaii is currently suffering the worst employment picture with a nation-leading insured unemployment rate of 19.8%. The U.S. territory of Puerto Rico and Nevada round out the top three, with...
  • Columnist Andrew Sullivan announces departure from New York magazine

    07/14/2020 5:42:27 PM PDT · by Libloather · 22 replies
    NY Post ^ | 7/14/20 | Aaron Feis
    Prominent conservative commentator Andrew Sullivan announced Tuesday that he will move on from New York magazine at week’s end - on the heels of Bari Weiss’ abrupt resignation from the New York Times’ opinion section. “This will be my last week at New York Magazine,” wrote Sullivan in the first of a series of tweets blasted out Tuesday afternoon. “I’m sad because the editors I worked with there are among the finest in the country, and I am immensely grateful to them for vastly improving my work,” he continued in the thread. “I have no beef with my colleagues, many...
  • Body of possible chase suspect found inside entrance column of Lancaster [CA] supermarket

    08/11/2018 11:09:14 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 18 replies
    A decomposing body was found inside the entrance column of a supermarket in Lancaster on Saturday, and investigators believe it may be a chase suspect who escaped authorities earlier this week. ... LASD Lt. John Corina said the manager of the store smelled a strong odor from the column in front of the business. He assumed it was a sewage leak and called out a plumber to check it out. The plumber and store's handyman then broke off some of the brick from the column and found a leg and shoe inside, Corina said. … Corina said the unidentified suspect...
  • Something The New York Times Might Have Mentioned About Columnist

    02/03/2018 5:51:42 PM PST · by SonofCuchulainn · 14 replies
    New Boston Post ^ | Saturday, February 3, 2018 | Evan Lips
    The FBI special agent who penned a scathing takedown column that ran in Saturday’s New York Times, in which he laid out his reasons for leaving the bureau and cited his disgust with Republicans’ “relentless attacks” on the agency, apparently declined to disclose his history of donating to Democratic candidates. ....
  • Woke Conservatives And The Awesome Power Of Not Caring

    12/10/2017 9:17:31 PM PST · by Oshkalaboomboom · 83 replies ^ | Dec 11, 2017 | Kurt Schlichter
    Have you noticed that if you fail to do, think, and vote exactly the way that the liberals and their Fredocon minions demand, you’re a racist, sexist, homophobic, child molesting, greedy, NRA terrorist determined to murder kids? Yeah, you probably have. And you’ve probably also realized that if you do everything that the liberals and their Never Trump minions demand, you’re still a racist, sexist, homophobic, child molesting, greedy, NRA terrorist determined to murder kids. When you understand that, you’re on your way to being conservative woke. And when you’re conservative woke, you’re ready to deploy the most powerful non-bullet...
  • Washington Post's Dana Milbank ready to eat his Trump column (bon appetit, Dana)

    05/05/2016 9:24:18 AM PDT · by Signalman · 4 replies
    cnnmoney ^ | 5/4/2016 | Brian Stelter
    Will Dana Milbank eat newspaper-lined tacos or ground newspaper falafel? Chilaquiles with strips of newspaper or crispy dumplings filled with newspaper? The Washington Post columnist has to choose a delicacy now that Donald Trump is the presumptive GOP nominee for president. Last October, Milbank wrote that "I'm so certain Trump won't win the nomination that I'll eat my words if he does. Literally: The day Trump clinches the nomination I will eat the page on which this column is printed in Sunday's Post." By March, he sensed that his D-day -- dining day -- might be near. "I am taking...
  • The church in the home

    07/17/2014 7:32:17 AM PDT · by Welchie25 · 7 replies
    Catholic Review ^ | 7/17/14 | Archbishop Lori
    Growing up in New Albany, Ind., during the 1950s, I never heard the term “domestic church,” but I knew what it meant. I knew it because my parents and my friends’ parents made their homes domestic churches, even before that phrase from our Catholic tradition was retrieved during the Second Vatican Council. I guess you could say that my childhood friends and neighbors were at home in church and in church at home. But what did it mean in practical terms that we experienced the family as a domestic church? For one thing, it meant that nearly every Catholic family...
  • Is the geological column a global sequence? (1-10-2014 article)

    01/10/2014 7:46:50 AM PST · by fishtank · 4 replies ^ | 1-10-2014 | Michael J. Oard
    Is the geological column a global sequence? by Michael J. Oard Creationist geologists are not yet agreed over whether the geological column represents an exact sequence of Flood events or not. Local stratigraphic sections seem to line up with the general order of the geological column at hundreds of locations around the world. But there are many problems with the details. For example, 1) the geological column is a vertical or stratigraphic representation abstracted from rock units that are mainly found laterally adjacent to each other in the field, 2) new fossil discoveries continue to expand fossil stratigraphic ranges, 3)...
  • Trampling Freedom of Speech: State Tries Censoring Online Advice Column

    06/01/2012 7:32:13 AM PDT · by Paladins Prayer · 2 replies
    The New American ^ | 31 May 2012 | Selwyn Duke
    As far as diet goes, I believe you should adhere to the old adage “everything in moderation” and avoid extreme regimens of all kinds. I don’t know what you think of this counsel, but North Carolina’s position seems to be the following: I just broke the law. Blogger Steven Cooksey found this out the hard way — when the North Carolina Board of Dietetics/Nutrition ordered him to take down part of his diet-advice website. The 51-year-old resident of Stanley, North Carolina, became passionate about nutrition after a 2009 hospitalization during which he learned he had Type II diabetes and was...
  • Random Thoughts

    10/18/2011 4:51:03 AM PDT · by Recovering_Democrat · 4 replies
    Townhall ^ | 10/18/11 | Thomas Sowell
    Random thoughts on the passing scene: Like so many people, in so many countries, who started out to "spread the wealth," Barack Obama has ended up spreading poverty. Have you ever heard anyone as incoherent as the people staging protests across the country? Taxpayers ought to be protesting against having their money spent to educate people who end up unable to say anything beyond repeating political catch phrases.
  • The Internet. What's going on?

    12/14/2010 8:01:37 AM PST · by patriotgal1787 · 336 replies · 1+ views
    The Radio Patriot ^ | Dec. 14, 2010 | Andrea Shea King
    . . . . . Check out my weekly column at World Net Daily WikiLeaks data now on 1800 sites Posted: December 14, 2010 1:58 am Eastern © 2010 In last week's Surfin' Safari, I reported that the whistleblowing site WikiLeaks could be transformed from a handful of volunteers to a global movement. One week later, there are more than 1,800 websites now hosting WikiLeaks in different languages and locales. And while WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is in a British jail, some of his former staffers led by Daniel Domscheit-Berg have launched a competing site for whistleblowers called OpenLeaks. Domscheit-Berg, Assange's former right-hand man, left last...
  • Arizona law still in win column

    08/06/2010 4:17:46 PM PDT · by Nachum · 6 replies
    politico ^ | 8/6/10 | Russell Pearce
    Opponents of immigration enforcement are calling the temporary injunction against parts of Arizona's anti-illegal-immigration law a death blow to state enforcement. The Mexican American Legal Defense Fund called it a “warning to other states” that want to enact similar legislation. As the author of the new law, SB 1070, I can honestly say that July 29, when the pared-down law went into effect, was a victory. Many key provisions are still in effect. Local police have more power to enforce immigration laws. Sanctuary cities are outlawed. Illegal day laborers are likely to be arrested and the employers' trucks that pick
  • THE EDITOR'S COLUMN: Obama the anti-Kennedy of U.S. space flight

    02/14/2010 9:27:25 PM PST · by Nachum · 3 replies · 252+ views
    morning journal ^ | 2/14/10 | editor
    TAKE and hold the high ground. That’s imperative for victory in a military battle, as any good commander can tell you. President John F. Kennedy seized the high ground of outer space for the United States 49 years ago, during the Cold War, by initiating the Apollo moon rocket program. Other presidents since Kennedy have bolstered the nation’s manned space presence. They have kept our astronauts firmly in charge of the high ground over a hostile world, until now.
  • Fears of Growing Fifth Column: More Arabs Boycotting Election

    01/31/2009 7:28:08 PM PST · by Nachum · 1 replies · 219+ views
    Arutz 7 ^ | 1-31-09 | Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu
    ( The number of Arab party Members of Knesset will decline from nine to four following the February 10 elections, according to a new poll carried out by Geocartographia for Globes. The survey reflects a growing trend among Israeli Arabs to boycott the Israeli democratic process and ally with radical anti-Israel groups, most notably the Islamic Movement headed by Sheikh Raad Salah. Known Arab terrorist organizations also are getting openly involved in Israel. Police on Friday shut down the Maidan Theatre in Haifa, where the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) terrorist group was planning a rally for...
  • Can't make a sound case? Just lob a verbal grenade.

    07/23/2007 9:31:27 PM PDT · by djwright · 15 replies · 851+ views
    HeraldNet ^ | July 23, 2007 | Larry Simoneaux
    "Nazis." Lord, can we just give this one a rest? So help me, if there's a term that's been overworked and overused in public debate of late, that's it. Worn out is what it is. The most recent example was a July 15 guest commentary in this newspaper written by Mr. Marc Brenman. Mr. Brenman is the executive director of the Washington State Human Rights Commission and he held forth for 700 or so words on how truly bad he thinks a group called The Minutemen are. Fine. That's an opinion. He's entitled to it and, most certainly, is entitled...
  • Roman-Style Column Bolsters Han Dynasty Tomb

    04/08/2007 6:41:47 PM PDT · by blam · 37 replies · 1,272+ views
    Peoples Daily ^ | 4-9-2007
    Roman-style column bolsters Han Dynasty tomb Archeologists excavate near a Roman-style column in a newly found Han Dynasty tomb (202 BC - 220 AD) in Xiao County, east China's Anhui Province, April 3, 2007. (newsphoto) Nearby villagers look on at the stone entrance of a newly found Han Dynasty tomb (202 BC - 220 AD) in Xiao County, east China's Anhui Province, April 3, 2007. (newsphoto) An archeologists cleans carved stones in a newly found Han Dynasty tomb (202 BC - 220 AD) in Xiao County, east China's Anhui Province, April 3, 2007. (newsphoto)
  • Poll: Should Ann Coulter's column be dropped from the State Journal Register?

    03/11/2007 10:38:48 PM PDT · by TheEaglehasLanded · 89 replies · 1,620+ views
    State Journal Register ^ | March 11, 2007 | the eagle has landed
    Decatur Herald said they are dropping her column, so liberals believe in censorship when it's convenient to them.
  • Schwarzenegger Is Pushing This Republican Into The Undecided Column

    09/04/2006 10:19:40 AM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 288 replies · 2,313+ views
    FlashReport ^ | 9/4/06 | Matt Cunningham
    I don't recall even being in a situation where the closer Election Day gets, the less likely I am to vote for the GOP nominee. Yet, that is where I find myself vis-a-vis Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger. I'm one of many conservatives who voted for Arnold in the recall, despite my preference for Tom McClintock. I found the prospect of Cruz Bustamante in the governor's office horrifying and wasn't convinced McClintock could win. The stakes so too high I though it prudent to back the Republican with the best chance of winning, and so I cast my vote for Arnold. Like...
  • America Supports You: CinCHouse Column Benefits Military

    08/14/2006 6:04:27 PM PDT · by SandRat · 2 replies · 161+ views
    America Supports You ^ | Samantha L. Quigley
    WASHINGTON, Aug. 14, 2006 -- Servicemembers and their family members with financial questions need look no further for the answers than a new column on the CinCHouse Web site, CinCHouse and the Military Officers Association of America recently launched a new advice column for young military families addressing questions about pay and benefits, Meredith Leyva, CinCHouse founder, said. “This is a terrific opportunity for our (Web site) visitors, who represent the youngest and newest members of the military community, to get solid advice from a trusted source,” she said. “It’s wonderful to have experts from (the association) to...