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As Obama Stalls On Immigration Decision, Number Of Deportations Plummet

Matt Vespa  As Katie wrote earlier today, the Obama administration will issue executive action on illegal immigration by the end of the year. She cited White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest saying, “President Obama has been working with Attorney General Eric Holder at the Justice Department and Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson ‘for months’ to form […] Read More →

Islamist militia now guards US Embassy in Libya

 An Islamist-allied militia group in control of Libya’s capital now guards the U.S. Embassy and its residential compound, a commander said Sunday, as onlookers toured the abandoned homes of diplomats who fled the country more than a month ago. An Associated Press journalist saw holes left by small-arms and rocket fire dotting the residential compound, […] Read More →

Ebola victim who received experimental ZMapp drug dies

Natural News   An experimental drug for Ebola known as ZMapp has failed, according to new reports, after a top Liberian doctor who was given the untested medication recently died. According to Lewis Brown, Liberia’s Information Minister, Dr. Abraham Borbor seemed to be improving after being given ZMapp but suddenly “took a turn for the worse,” […] Read More →

The New, Shameful, Liberal High School History Curriculum

Rebecca Ross  Imagine if the only thing you were taught by Advanced Placement curriculum about Thomas Jefferson, the author of the single most important document in our country’s history, was that he was a wealthy landowner. CollegeBoard, the issuer of Advanced Placement Exams has been condemned by the Republic National Committee for their newly revised […] Read More →

Staged Provocations Ahead Possible US-Syrian War

Tony Cartalucci | Land Destroyer  More Dead Journalists, Another Downed Airliner… With the alleged brutal murder of American journalist James Wright Foley, a wave of anger and aggression across Western audiences has been generated. Upon that wave rides two objectives. One is to create plausible deniability for the West which created the Islamic State in […] Read More →

Common Core’s Growing Unpopularity

Phyllis Schlafly  The highly acclaimed school standards called Common Core are becoming so unpopular that they may soon be politically untouchable. The critics are piling on from Glenn Beck to the Wall Street Journal, with senior academics and activist parents in-between. The latest is a detailed criticism of the mathematics standards by a prize-winning math […] Read More →

Liberal Colorado Gun law based on flawed estimate

 A law expanding background check requirements on Colorado gun sales has been in effect for about a year, and an Associated Press analysis of state data compiled during that span shows the projected impact was vastly overstated in a key budget report. The discovery has prompted a prominent Democratic lawmaker to question whether the Legislature […] Read More →

Back to School: Is My AP Score Good Enough?

 Question: Is My AP Score Good Enough? Answer: AP scores are much more straight-forward than SAT scores or ACT scores since the AP is graded on a simple 5-point scale. However, not every college treats AP scores the same way. Students who take the AP exam will get a score ranging from 1 to 5. […] Read More →

Harry Reid and Senate Dems Refuse To Actually Legislate

Kevin Glass  With Democrats scared that they’re going to lose the Senate in the November 2014 elections, they’ve been very hesitant to actually legislate. Doing so would require some of their members to actually take a position on some important issues, and in response to that, they’re just grinding everything to a halt. Well, more […] Read More →

Hillary’s rapist-defense problem

Earlier this week, I ventured that Hillary Clinton’s remarkable series of gaffes and tone-deaf statements, made through the launch of a book with disappointing sales, did not augur well for the campaign she’s trying to launch simultaneously.  I thought some of the things she said over the past couple of weeks would haunt her through […] Read More →

Clinton book: Bergdahl release always sought

 Hillary Rodham Clinton writes in her new book that the Obama administration demanded the release of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl in every discussion it ever held with the Taliban about prisoners. The former secretary of state also says in the book “Hard Choices,” to be released Tuesday, that she recommended that President Barack Obama end the […] Read More →

Polls show growing public support for gay marriage

Over the last decade, public opinion on whether gay couples should be allowed to marry legally has reversed, with more now in favor of legal same-sex marriage than opposed to it. The latest Associated Press-GfK poll shows that the share of Americans who favor legal gay marriage in their state outweighs that opposed — 46 […] Read More →

Feds preparing to charge Bundy ranch supporters over Utah protest

 Federal officials have opened up an investigation into whether or not Cliven Bundy supporters damaged a protected archaeological site when they rode all-terrain vehicles through it during a weekend protest. On Saturday, hundreds of protesters gathered near southern Utah’s Recapture Canyon, voicing their opposition to the fact that the area has been closed to recreational […] Read More →

Argentine scientist who challenged Monsanto dies

Dr. Andres Carrasco, an Argentine neuroscientist who challenged pesticide regulators to re-examine one of the world’s most widely used weed killers, has died. He was 67. Argentina’s national science council announced Carrasco’s death on Saturday. He had been in declining health. Carrasco, a molecular biologist at the University of Buenos Aires and past-president of Argentina’s […] Read More →