LOCO POR TRUMP! http://t.co/j0bvw0qOR2— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) October 9, 2015
Saturday, October 10, 2015
.@RandPaul handily wins Republican Liberty Caucus straw poll in NH. No other candidate represents liberty lovers better!— Sergio Gor (@SergioGor) October 11, 2015
Cruz's electoral strategy, fascinating http://t.co/x9eMv58HX1— Mark R. Levin (@marklevinshow) October 11, 2015
SULLIVAN: Hillary 'Unbelievably useless, terrible candidate'... http://t.co/OxOiIUgjVx— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) October 10, 2015
POLL: DOWN 10 POINTS IN LESS THAN WEEK http://t.co/iCx4emnSuj— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) October 10, 2015
Yesterday Obama tastelessly staged a spectacle in Roseburg, reducing the grieving Oregon community to a prop, despite it having been made clear in advance that he was not welcome
Something big happened in Roseburg yesterday: citizens in a town devastated by "gun violence" protested en masse to defend 2nd Amendment.— Lee Stranahan (@stranahan) October 10, 2015
David Jaques, Roseburg Beacon, on President's visit: "I think this will be fodder to help raise money." pic.twitter.com/XZxHO9a0II— Fox News (@FoxNews) October 10, 2015
@markknoller oh now it makes sense. Squeezing in a photo opp into a fundraising junket. Does the fundraising come at tax payer expense?— Hillary's Server (@Hillarysserver) October 9, 2015
Protesters clash with police after ambulances 'blocked'... http://t.co/4GD3lh7Fl8— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) October 10, 2015
At least 20 killed in bomb blasts in center of Turkish capital http://t.co/BYk9Ir6JjS— Fox News (@FoxNews) October 10, 2015
OMG. Turkish government just banned all media from reporting of the biggest terror attack in Turkey's history, killing 86+ people. WHAT?!?!— Zeynep Tufekci (@zeynep) October 10, 2015
Russian jet is 'shot down by Turkish forces after it flew in country's airspace' http://t.co/Y26lvsE26h— Daily Mail Online (@MailOnline) October 10, 2015
CLAIM: Russian jet 'shot down' after entering Turkish air space... http://t.co/liQNCLnrZs— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) October 10, 2015
Friday, October 9, 2015
Donald Trump has entered his second act. His polls, sometimes characterized as weakening, are in fact strong. As Bloomberg’s John Heilemann said on “Morning Joe,” if Jeb Bush had Mr. Trump’s numbers everyone would declare the race over.
The first act was “I’m Here and I’m Yuge.” Now Act II: “I Mean It and I’m Staying.” He has unveiled a tax plan and come forward as a family man with a seven-page spread in People. He’s emerged as a noninterventionist on the Mideast—“Russia wants to get rid of ISIS. We want to get rid of ISIS. . . . Let them get rid of ISIS. What the hell do we care?” He apparently has decided to stop certain media wars....
Here is a mystery question. Mr. Trump has been the Republican front-runner for three months. The first voting, in Iowa, is in just more than three and a half months. If Mr. Trump does well in the early contests—if he retains his lead and it starts to look like he can really win the nomination—then at some point it will come down, sharply, to him versus the party establishment. And that establishment, such as it is, will presumably try to kill him. The question: What will that look like? We’ve never seen that before. What will it be to have a party establishment try to kill the guy who’s No. 1 in that party’s polls?
Trump dominates the latest Reuters poll, sweeps the key swing states in today's Q polls & yet these stories continue. http://t.co/hhIHHhRohL— Joe Scarborough (@JoeNBC) October 7, 2015
Thursday, October 8, 2015
These records show that the ethics review of Bill & Hillary Clinton’s potential conflicts of interest was a joke. With huge sums of money flowing to the Clinton Foundation there is no doubt that the Clintons abused the Office of Secretary of State for their personal gain.
Judicial Watch’s court filing details how it was “wrongful and in violation of federal law and State Department regulations” to allow Hillary Clinton “to retain exclusive access to this agency system of records (Clinton’s separate email server) and the official State Department communications and records it contains after she left office on February 1, 2013.”
“These records show that the ‘ethics review’ of Bill and Hillary Clinton’s potential conflicts of interest was a joke. There is no doubt that the Clintons abused the Office of Secretary of State for their personal gain,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “This Judicial Watch lawsuit helped force the disclosure of Hillary Clinton’s separate email system. And now we hope that it results in getting all the Clinton emails searched to find out what else Hillary Clinton didn’t want the American people to see in her shady dealings.”
Judicial Watch’s FOIA lawsuit has become particularly noteworthy because it has been reported that the Clinton Foundation, now known as the Bill, Hillary, & Chelsea Clinton Foundation, accepted millions of dollars from at least seven foreign governments while Mrs. Clinton served as Secretary of State. The Clinton Foundation has acknowledged that a $500,000 donation it received from the government of Algeria while Mrs. Clinton served as Secretary of State violated a 2008 ethics agreement between the foundation and the Obama administration. Some of the foreign governments that have made donations to the Clinton Foundation include Algeria, Kuwait, Qatar, and Oman, have questionable human rights records.
GALLUP Won't Poll Presidential Race... http://t.co/CNcL5cuaTE— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) October 7, 2015
As pollsters confront unprecedented obstacles, the biggest name in the business backs away.
What Gallup's exit reveals about 2016 http://t.co/OzCT7nEPo4— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) October 8, 2015
Wednesday, October 7, 2015
Yes, Putin snookers Obama, but Obama is mainly defeated by his own twisted worldview, which distorts his perception, goals & performance.— David Limbaugh (@DavidLimbaugh) October 7, 2015
Tuesday, October 6, 2015
BREAKING NEWS - JUST IN: AP Investigation: Nuclear smugglers shipped radioactive material to ISIS and other terrorists.— Breaking News Feed (@PzFeed) October 7, 2015
Dan Walters: Who pays California taxes and how much? http://t.co/nxeE5q2xGx— Dan Walters (@WaltersBee) October 5, 2015
California fire officials found to be stockpiling $43 million. Some say the huge reserve indicates they are worried they'll lose a pending class action lawsuit alleging the fire "fee" is actually an illegal tax.
She also made belittling remarks about religious liberty, particularly in the context of Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis and Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA). This is particularly ironic, since it was Hillary’s husband, Bill Clinton, who signed a federal RFRA into law back in the 1990s, when gay rights weren’t as fashionable as they are today. What’s more, candidate Clinton’s rhetoric went to great lengths to paint anyone who disagrees with the morality of the LGBT worldview as being beneath the threshold of respect. She read the very worst into her opponents’ views, making it impossible for reasoned debate to occur. The pitched, glossed-over caricatures of religious liberty elicited by Clinton are unbecoming for someone of her stature, and furthermore, they devalue by way of cynicism a bedrock value at the heart of our Constitution.
If you’ve paid attention to the national conversation on religious liberty of late, these assaults on constitutional principles like religious liberty and settled public policy like RFRA don’t come as a shock. They are, sadly, representative of the vaporizing effects of those who, to quote Justice Alito in his dissent in Obergefell, desire to “stamp out every vestige of dissent.” They also, however, offer a crystal-ball view into the future of religious liberty should Clinton win the presidency.
Chicago homeowners are facing massive tax increases because their politicians can't control their spending. California has big spending politicians too, but taxpayers here are protected by Prop. 13.
Monday, October 5, 2015
Hey Code Pink,Obama just bombed Doctors Without Borders,oh,that's right,you only get upset when it's Bush.— G A on Rock 94 1/2 (@GARock945) October 4, 2015
Death toll rises in attack on Doctors Without Borders in northern Afghan city http://t.co/UgBEAKrUUe— KHOU 11 News Houston (@KHOU) October 5, 2015
Doctors Without Borders leaves Afghan city after airstrike kills 19 http://t.co/iPyJKxsy02— FOX & Friends (@foxandfriends) October 5, 2015
Sunday, October 4, 2015
Russian strikes focus on Talbiseh/Rastan (Green). Might be prelude to SAA ground operation to retake Rastan-enclave
Russian strikes focus on Talbiseh/Rastan (Green). Might be prelude to SAA ground operation to retake Rastan-enclave pic.twitter.com/ZmQe1gR5jU— Jenan Moussa (@jenanmoussa) October 4, 2015
Russia is bombing Kafr Nabl. Aint no ISIS there. pic.twitter.com/0GYgu7jYap— Gavin Sheridan (@gavinsblog) October 3, 2015
"Somebody, somewhere will comment and say, Obama politicized this issue," the president said. "Well, this is something we should politicize."
In the past, Obama has urged Americans not to politicize issues that were deeply political in nature but that he wished not to debate. Now, post-Oregon, he has set a new standard for future political arguments. A few examples:
In March of this year, when there was an intense debate about Republican lawmakers' decision to invite Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address Congress on the Iran nuclear issue, Obama said, "It is very important for us not to politicize the relationship between Israel and the United States."
A few years earlier, Obama decried the politicization of the Keystone XL pipeline. In a December 2011 news conference with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Obama said, "The State Department is making sure that it crosses all its T's and dots all its I's before making a final determination. And I think it's worth noting, for those who want to try to politicize this issue, that when it comes to domestic energy production, we have gone all in..."
In January 2009, when he rescinded the "Mexico City Policy" against funding abortions overseas, Obama said, "It is time that we end the politicization of this issue."
In May 2009, in his speech on terrorist detainees, Obama said, "Over the last several weeks, we've seen a return of the politicization of these issues that have characterized the last several years."
The president has also used his spokesmen to condemn the politicization of certain issues....
So over the years President Obama and his designated spokesman have often spoken out against the politicization of issues of great public importance — issues that properly belong in the sphere of political debate. And of course, Republicans have also condemned the politicization of issues they don't want to debate. Now, though, Obama's yes-let's-politicize-this approach to the Oregon killings could be an indication of a significant change. Let the politicization begin.
Jerry Brown vetoes nine crime bills, saying system should be made "more human, more just, more cost effective." https://t.co/fVjUJBbUx7— Chris Megerian (@ChrisMegerian) October 3, 2015
Jerry Brown: too many laws, too many crimes http://t.co/lCW8h0uz2k— David Boaz (@David_Boaz) October 4, 2015
Gov. Jerry Brown vetoes bills that would have outlawed misuse of drones http://t.co/9MLIrvxteZ— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) October 3, 2015
Drone Deliveries are OK in CALI! California Governor Jerry Brown vetoed a bill that would restrict drones in... http://t.co/s7PKCP1ZJC— Old North Law (@OldNorthLaw) September 14, 2015
Jerry Brown signs racial profiling bill, vetoes date rape measure http://t.co/cr81WwkXRX— Jeremy B. White (@CapitolAlert) October 3, 2015
VICTORY IN CALIFORNIA! Anti-gun Senate Bill 347 goes down in flames. Thanks to all of you for your help and support! http://t.co/KVWiwgocPV— Firearms Policy (@gunpolicy) October 4, 2015
Jerry Brown vetoes bill that would require court to inform defendants about consequences of guilty pleas. https://t.co/Niah1xZPao— Chris Megerian (@ChrisMegerian) October 1, 2015
Jerry Brown vetoes bill aimed at holding prosecutors more accountable http://t.co/apMqOyAHtP— LCAG (@RevKevVNB) October 4, 2015
Nate Beeler on Obama's red line versus Putin's red line pic.twitter.com/A0fuaDyVt1— Toby Harnden (@tobyharnden) October 3, 2015
Fact: if we had grown at Reagan growth rates during the Obama “recovery” there would be 12.2 mllion more americans at work.
Fact: if we had grown at Reagan growth rates during the Obama “recovery” there would be 12.2 mllion more americans at work.— Grover Norquist (@GroverNorquist) October 3, 2015
Our first program this Sunday morning! https://t.co/xjkwnqpJpH— Sharyl Attkisson (@SharylAttkisson) October 2, 2015
Benghazi committee says state department has notified them it will produce previously withheld Clinton Benghazi emails. A year late.— Sharyl Attkisson (@SharylAttkisson) September 25, 2015