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  • Glenn Beck wants to heal the America he divided — one hug at a time

    03/23/2017 2:40:15 PM PDT · by TBP · 79 replies
    The Washington Post ^ | March 14, 2017 | Marc Fisher
    “I’m not willing to do this anymore,” he says. He leans over, drops his head as if in penitence and pronounces himself riven with regrets. Now, at 53, Beck sees a nation of people who are at one another’s throats, and he blames his language, his meanness and his assaults, his constant selling of the idea that the other side was evil and that his side had the one true answer. He believes that his radio show and his TV shows and his rallies on the Mall paved the way for the incivility, intolerance and general indigestion that now plagues...
  • Ted Cruz slams Democrats’ hypocrisy during Gorsuch confirmation hearing

    03/21/2017 10:32:05 PM PDT · by TBP · 8 replies
    The Blaze ^ | Mar 20, 2017 | Carlos Garcia
    Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) recounted Monday some of the policies of previous presidents that could have been wielded against Democratic Supreme Court nominees to show the hypocrisy of the questions being asked of President Donald Trump’s nominee, Judge Neil Gorsuch. He did so while on the Senate Judiciary Committee for the confirmation hearing of the nominee. “Some Democrats slandered Judge Gorsuch,” Cruz explained, “as being ‘against the little guy’ because he has dared to rule based on the law, the law that Congress has passed, and not on the specific identity of the specific litigants appearing before him. This is...
  • Glenn Beck Praises Trump’s Budget Cuts: ‘I’m So Pro-Trump Right Now’

    03/16/2017 6:56:58 PM PDT · by Helicondelta · 164 replies
    breitbart.com ^ | 16 Mar 2017
    Outspoken Trump critic Glenn Beck praised President Trump’s proposed federal budget on his radio show Thursday, declaring himself “pro-Trump” after highlighting the president’s proposed spending cuts. The radio host gleefully read out a list of some of the agencies and programs Trump’s budget would cut, including the Corporation for National and Community Service, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the National Endowment for the Arts, and so on. “And my favorite: The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars,” he said, concluding the list. Beck, who has written and spoken extensively about his dislike of President Woodrow Wilson, joked with his co-hosts...
  • Mark Levin: There is something horribly immoral about RINOcare

    03/09/2017 10:35:57 PM PST · by TBP · 174 replies
    Conservative Review ^ | March 09, 2017 | By: Chris Pandolfo
    Thursday on the radio, Conservative Review Editor-in-Chief Mark Levin gave the rundown on the press conference of Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wisc. (F, 51%), in which Ryan tried to give the hard sell to Americans on the Republican American Health Care Act "reform" plan. Levin called Ryan’s proposal “repeal in name only." Or, if you will, “RINOcare,” because the GOP plan keeps the core of Obamacare in place. Levin had a “number of questions” for the speaker, questions that so far remain unanswered. “Now, here’s my question Mr. Ryan,” Levin said. “How much will the average American’s deduction go up, or...
  • Gauri and Shaheen Missile Tests Have Deterred India s Plan to Attack Pakistan

    05/28/2002 1:38:48 PM PDT · by TBP · 27 replies · 436+ views
    Council of Khalistan ^ | May 29, 2002 | Council of Khalistan
    Congratulating the People of PakistanGauri and Shaheen Missile Tests Have Deterred India’s Plan to Attack In Case of Nuclear War, Punjab and Kashmir Will Be DestroyedPeace in South Asia Depends on Freedom for All Nations and Peoples WASHINGTON, D.C., May 28, 2002 – The Council of Khalistan congratulates the people of Pakistan on the successful tests of their Gauri and Shaheen missiles. These missiles are a shield that deters India from starting a war, according to Dr. Gurmit Singh Aulakh, President of the Council of Khalistan. The Council of Khalistan is the government pro tempore of Khalistan, the Sikh...
  • Caucus chaos in Nevada as voters report instances of possible fraud

    02/27/2016 11:38:18 AM PST · by TBP · 44 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | 02/23/16 | DAVID M. DRUCKER
    Chaos reigned early Tuesday evening in Nevada as Republican voters reported instances of ballot stuffing, failure to check if voters were registered and ballot collectors decked out in apparel representing their preferred candidate. Multiple precincts were caucusing at Palo Verde High School in the Las Vegas suburb of Summerlin. In the after-work crush of voters that mobbed the school cafeteria, voters reported to the Washington Examiner instances of caucus volunteers being overwhelmed and failing to check identifications against voter registration lists, leaving open envelopes of completed ballots unattended and running out of ballots. There were some reports of voters filling...
  • Maryland Doctor Gets 9 Years in $3.1M Health Care Fraud Scheme

    10/18/2016 5:42:05 PM PDT · by indcons · 41 replies
    "Paramjit Singh Ajrawat, 60, owned and operated a Greenbelt pain clinic with his wife, also a doctor. Prosecutors say the couple defrauded federal health benefit programs...."
  • Trump: Bush Lied About WMD, 9-11 Bush’s Fault

    02/14/2016 5:34:11 PM PST · by TBP · 181 replies
    Cowboy Byte ^ | February 14, 2016 | Patriot Tribune
    Trump certainly sound like Obama when he was talking about George Bush. If there weren’t WMD’s how did Saddam Hussein use them? Why did we keep finding left overs for many years to come? Yes, Saddam exaggerated what he had, but there was enough WMD’s to worry about. Plus I don’t know anyone even on the liberal side that blames Bush for 9-11. That was just way off. This really could be Trump’s downfall. Check it out: Donald Trump and Jeb Bush argue over Iraq, 9/11 and weapons of mass destruction at Saturday night’s debate moderated by CBS News. Trump...
  • Donald Trump admits cutting off medical treatment for his nephew's sick baby

    01/10/2016 3:41:15 PM PST · by TBP · 196 replies
    The Daily Mail (UK) ^ | Updated: 01:50 EST, 4 January 2016 | KHALEDA RAHMAN
    *Trump's older brother Freddy died an alcoholic at the age of 43 in 1981 When Trump family patriarch Fred Sr. died in 1999, *Freddy's children were cut out of the will Donald helped draft *Donald admitted he reneged on a pledge to pay the medical bills for the medical care of the sick infant when the Freddy's children sued *Claimed Donald and his siblings had influenced their late grandfather to leave them out of his will Donald Trump has admitted cutting off medical treatment to his nephew’s sick baby after he allegedly had his alcoholic brother’s children cut out of...
  • Limbaugh's latest attacker: RNC's Steele

    03/02/2009 9:59:48 AM PST · by Sub-Driver · 227 replies · 6,586+ views
    Limbaugh's latest attacker: RNC's Steele By: Jonathan Martin March 2, 2009 12:07 PM EST On the same night he was offering the keynote address to the Conservative Political Action Conference, Rush Limbaugh drew criticism from an unlikely source: Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele. In a little-noticed interview Saturday night, Steele dismissed Limbaugh as an “entertainer” whose show is “incendiary” and “ugly.” Steele’s criticism makes him the highest-ranking Republican to pick a fight with the popular and polarizing conservative talk show host. But the new RNC chairman’s extraordinary comments won’t sit well with the millions of conservative listeners Limbaugh draws...
  • Indian Government Admits Its Responsibility for Massacre in Chithisinghpora

    08/05/2002 9:07:15 AM PDT · by TBP · 20 replies · 770+ views
    Council of Khalistan ^ | August 2, 2002 | Council of Khalistan
    Indian Government Admits Its Responsibility for Massacre in ChithisinghporaEvidence a Fraud, Indian Soldiers Implicated Council of Khalistan Said India Was Responsible When Massacre HappenedContinues Pattern of Pitting Minorities Against Each OtherWASHINGTON, D.C., August 2, 2002–According to today’s Washington Times, the Indian government has admitted that its forces were responsible for the massacre of 35 Sikhs in the village of Chithisinghpora, Kashmir on March 20, 2000. India finally admitted that the evidence it used to implicate alleged Kashmiri “militants” in the murders was faked. This is a victory for Sikhs, including the Council of Khalistan, who have maintained that the Indian...
  • Questioning the Ongoing Air India Inquiry

    05/25/2007 10:18:59 PM PDT · by TBP · 25 replies · 817+ views
    Council of Khalistan ^ | 9th May, 2007 | Dr. Awatar Singh Sekhon, Ph.D.
    THE SIKH EDUCATIONAL TRUST Box 60246 University of Alberta Postal Outlet EDMONTON, AB T6G 2S5 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SIKH AFFAIRS (An official organ of The Sikh Educational Trust) The Editor Letters to The Edmonton Journal and Letters, The National Post Canada 9th May, 2007 Dear Sir, AIR INDIA FLIGHT 182 (TORONTO – MONTREAL – LONDON – DELHI), 23rd JUNE, 1985: ENQUIRY OF JUSTICE JOHN MAJOR My writing to you relates with some minor and major comments related to the subject, and also on “Air India’s Shared Tragedy Lost in the ‘SILOS’ between two nations by George Abraham (The Edmonton Journal,...
  • India sets sights on cruise missile market

    01/29/2007 5:10:36 AM PST · by sukhoi-30mki · 70 replies · 1,055+ views
    Asia Times Online ^ | Jan 30, 2007 | Siddharth Srivastava
    India sets sights on cruise missile market By Siddharth Srivastava NEW DELHI - Long considered among the top importing nations for defense hardware, India is now looking to access the fast-growing international market for cruise missiles, considered a lethally efficient weapon. US forces used almost 1,000 such missiles when they first entered Iraq in 2003, and the total worldwide market is expected to be more than US$10 billion in the next decade. An inventory of more than 80,000 such missiles is estimated already to exist around the world. Indian Defense Minister A K Anthony has said New Delhi is holding...
  • Why the Sudden Interest in Darfur?

    05/01/2006 7:35:41 AM PDT · by TBP · 244+ views
    Freedom News ^ | May 1, 2006 | TBP
    Why the sudden concern about Darfur? We know it’s not because the left actually cares about the people there. If they did, they would have made an issue of this a long time ago. (Besides, in case the lefties haven’t noticed, these folks are black.) So why are they suddenly holding rallies, with the willing connivance of the mainstream media, demanding that we do something about the plight of the people in Darfur? The answer is simple: There is nothing about the Darfur situation that impacts our vital national interest, but they can use it to divert needed resources away...
  • Pastor Beaten by Radicals While Police Watch

    03/01/2006 10:21:25 AM PST · by TBP · 11 replies · 849+ views
    The Voice of the Martyrs ^ | February 2, 2006 | The Voice of the Martyrs
    On January 12, 2006, Pastor M. Aharon survived a brutal attack at the hands of Hindu radicals in the town of Nizamabad, Andhra Pradesh, located about 300 miles east of Bombay in central India. While he was distributing Christian literature, the pastor of Indian Pentecostal Church, who is in his 16th year of ministry, was mercilessly assaulted by a group of militant Hindus until his face was covered with blood from heavy blows to his mouth and nose. During this violent incident, a mob of over 100 radicals cheered and yelled for Pastor Aharon’s blood to be spilled, inciting the...
  • India : A S-W-O-T Analysis.

    08/13/2005 11:30:26 PM PDT · by strider1 · 5 replies · 3,308+ views
    The Indian Express ^ | August 14, 2005 | TAVLEEN SINGH
    On eve of India's Independence Day (58th) , India's best known columnist Ms. Tavleen Singh analyses the performance of the country - failures and successes , and the reasons behind both. ------- India needs freedom from politiciansTAVLEEN SINGH tavleen singh Independence Day usually inspires me to write in a reflective mood. Like all birthdays it provides a chance to do some book-keeping. A chance to tot up promises unkept and list achievements and failures. This Independence Day finds me in especially reflective mood since I am writing from Thailand and see Bharat that is India from the perspective of gentle...