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HILLARY CLINTON’S SUPPORT OF PALESTINIAN TERRORISM

“Year after year, Hillary Clinton and John Kerry misrepresented to Congress that the Palestinian Authority was pro-peace and anti-terrorism, and thus entitled to upwards of $400 million annually in American aid, which they knew was being used to reward cold-blooded killers.” “On March 8, 2016, America lost one of its best and brightest. Taylor Force,

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U.S. intelligence analysts watching for indicators of Israeli military action recently reported that there are signs the Jewish state plans an attack against Iran in October. The Obama administration, meanwhile, is preparing to provide logistical support for a military strike but is pressing Israel to delay any action until the administration’s policy of sanctions have

Romney 47% Obama 44%

Following last week’s GOP Convention, Mitt Romney has seen a bump in his polling numbers. Just one day after the convention ended, Rasmussen found that Governor Romney now leads President Obama. Romney now garners 47% of the vote compared to Obama’s 44%. This is an expected modest bounce, but there could be an even larger

Ann Romney, Energized

Ann Romney said on Wednesday that she felt welcomed and energized when she stepped onto the stage here at the Republican National Convention to introduce her husband, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, to millions of Americans watching on television.   The most important reviews of the speech came moments later from her five sons and

Migron and the Threat to Israeli Democracy

By Tuesday, 50 Israeli families will have been tossed out of their homes in their village of Migron, which is set for destruction. They will not be dispossessed because they unlawfully squatted on someone else’s property. The residents of Migron will be tossed from their homes – on the order of the Supreme Court –

Mitt Romney nomination pushed up on concerns about storm, Ron Paul

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  News Day Republican delegates will begin the roll call vote to officially nominate Mitt Romney for president on Monday at the national convention in Tampa, which could allow Romney to accept the GOP nomination earlier in the week than has occurred at previous conventions. The formal presidential nomination process will begin earlier than past

Obama campaign refuses to drop 'radical' rabbi Controversial figure dined with Ahmadinejad, called for boycott of Israel

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NEW YORK – The Obama campaign is refusing to sever ties with a radical rabbi who has called for a boycott against Israeli products, has dined with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and was the first American rabbi to visit Tehran. Reform Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb is one of 613 rabbis pledging their support for Obama as

European Stocks Climb on Stimulus Speculation

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European stocks climbed, rebounding from yesterday’s selloff, amid speculation central banks in the U.S. and China will ease monetary policy further to support economic growth. U.S. index futures and Asian stocks also rose.   International Consolidated Airlines Group SA (IAG) and Air France-KLM (AF) gained 1.4 percent and 1.6 percent, respectively, after rival Qantas Airways Ltd.

Real-life "Contagion" uses DNA to halt outbreak

If Hollywood needs a plot for a medical thriller, scientists at the National Institutes of Health have one: Doctors, using cutting-edge technology called whole-genome sequencing, trace an outbreak of a deadly bacterial infection, identify precisely how it’s spreading – and in the final minutes sic poison-spewing robots on the rampaging microbes. 

S&P 500 Erases Loss as Fed Minutes Show Stimulus Support

The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index erased earlier losses as minutes from the Federal Reserve’s last meeting showed many policy makers favored more stimulus soon.   Mark Luschini, chief investment strategist at Janney Montgomery Scott LLC, talks about the outlook for the U.S. equity markets and the effects of central bank policy. He speaks with