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Black Mayor who Helped Sebilius push Obamacare Charged with Fraud

 Why does it seem more black mayors are charged with crimes than white mayors? Detroit, New Orleans, Washington and now North Miami just to name the most obvious. Everyone knows about the crazy white dude in San Diego and even crazier white guy in Toronto, but per capita the difference has to be outrageous.  

Tapper: Why is WH Ignoring the Economy?

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ABC’s Jake Tapper has been trying his best to get the White House to comment on the issues the public cares about — namely, the economy — but it’s been an uphill battle so far. At the WH press briefing today, Tapper pressed Jay Carney on why Obama hasn’t mentioned yesterday’s troubling CBO report: ABC’s

Will Conservatives Allow Akin’s Pride to be America’s Downfall?

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Todd Akin needs to go.    I said so yesterday, and I’m repeating it today. I and people who agree with me have caught a lot of flack from other conservatives for saying it. We’ve been accused of being RINOs, Democratic plants, of lacking courage; we’ve been told we’re throwing a good conservative under the bus;

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

U.S. Stocks Little Changed as Apple Tempers Europe

U.S. stocks were little changed, after the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index pared an earlier rally, as a slump in technology shares tempered optimism euro-area leaders will make progress in resolving the region’s crisis.  Equities pared gains as Apple Inc. (AAPL) fell 1.9 percent after setting a record for U.S. market value yesterday, dragging down

Oil Fluctuates Before European Crisis Meetings, Stockpile Report

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Oil traded near the highest close in three months in New York before European leaders meet to tackle the region’s debt crisis and a report that’s forecast to show stockpiles rose in the U.S., the world’s biggest crude consumer.   Futures were little changed after sliding 4 cents yesterday, the first drop in five days. European

Ayatollah: We will burn Tel Aviv 'into ashes'

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‘The shout of ‘Death to Israel‘ was loud and clear among the people’   If Israel attacks Iran’s nuclear facilities, Tel Aviv – Israel’s second-most-populated city – will burn to ashes, senior Iranian cleric Ayatollah Ahmad Khatami warned yesterday. The threat was the latest in a series of verbal assaults that began last week when

President Obama’s “Transparency

Anyone interested in the security of our nation should spend twenty-two minutes watching this You Tube presentation. It’s excellent. Inadvertent leaks of sources and methods are bad. They are vile and beneath contempt when for political purposes. The Administration’s leaks could have had no non-political purpose. This You Tube video entitled Dishonorable Disclosures takes twenty-two

Clinton Unwittingly Makes Case Against Administration’s Mideast Policy

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton met with top Israeli officials yesterday, and made a powerful case against a renewed push for the peace process. She didn’t mean to, of course; she was actually exhorting the Israeli leadership to do whatever they must to get Mahmoud Abbas back to the negotiating table. But she employed two