THE QUOTE OF THE DAY

Today\’s quote comes to us from self-described socialist, U.S. Senator from Vermont, and aspirant to be the Democrat candidate for President, Bernie Sanders. Here is what Mr. Sanders has to say about business enterprise and hunger….or something: “You don\’t necessarily need a choice of 23 underarm spray deodorants or of 18 pairs of sneakers when children are...

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ROME: NERO FIDDLED, IRAN: OBAMA DIDDLED

Most of us have heard the old claim that Nero fiddled while Rome burned.  None of us have any idea of whether that was true. But when I say that President Obama diddled while Iran built its nuclear stockpile — the one facilitated by our agreement to suspend sanctions against Iran before any deal was in place, even a bad one — we can all see that with our own eyes. Excerpted...

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BARACK OBAMA\’S ISRAEL THREAT

Does President Obama ever threaten – I mean credibly threaten – any country in the world except Israel? Excerpted from Ari YashAr\’s article at israelnationalnews.com: US President Barack Obama gave an interview with Israeli media on Tuesday, in which he threatened that an Israeli refusal to renew peace talks with the Palestinian Authority (PA) will “make it...

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THE QUOTE OF THE DAY

Today\’s quote comes to us from syndicated columnist, best-selling author and Fox News contributor Charles Krauthammer. But to appreciate it, you first have to see a quote from President Obama, which I pulled from Pam Key\’s article at breitbart.com (which has a video of him saying it): “People don\’t remember, but when I came into office, the Untied States in world...

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HILLARY CLINTON: EVITABLE (CONT.)

The latest CNN/ORC poll is out.  And here, via the first three paragraphs of CNN poll director Jennifer Agiesta\’s analysis, is what it has to say about Hillary Clinton: More people have an unfavorable view of Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton now than at any time since 2001, according to a new CNN/ORC poll on the 2016 race. While Clinton remains strikingly dominant in the...

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WHO GIVES THE MOST MONEY, AND WHO DO THEY GIVE IT TO?

I\’ve heard and read enough Democrats, and their media fart-catchers condemn “The Koch Brothers” – two of the most charitable human beings on planet earth, and I\’m not talking about politics either – for “buying elections”, that I thought I would put up who the actual biggest individual contributors to federal candidates, parties...

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THE IMPOSSIBLE SITUATION IN BALTIMORE

Well, May is over.  And, via the Washington Post\’s editorial this morning, here is how Baltimore made out: May was the most lethal month in the city in more than 40 years; in per capita terms, it may have been the bloodiest month since recordkeeping began. There were 43 victims of homicide in the city last month, the most since August 1972, when Baltimore\’s population, now...

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LORETTA LAUGHINGSTOCK

Last week, when our new Attorney General, Loretta Lynch, announced she was going after FIFA (soccer) executives, I scratched my head, but – in an effort to give her the benefit of the doubt – chalked it up to a desire to grab a few cheap headlines.  At that time I hoped that it was not a smokescreen to avoid investigating serious issues, like for example, The Clinton...

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THE QUOTE OF THE DAY

Today\’s quote comes to us from President Barack Obama – more exactly his twitter account.  I could write paragraphs about what he said – as could any decent psychoanalyst.  But I think I\’ll just let his words do the talking: “One of my core principles is that I will never engage in a politics in which I\’m trying to divide people” Barack...

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LINDSEY GRAHAM\’S CANDIDACY

The bad news is that Lindsey Graham, in announcing that he will seek the Republican nomination for the presidency, is the 8,453rd Republican who has either announced or probably will (ok, that might be a bit of an exaggeration, but you get the point). The good news is that he is a good candidate – one whom I don\’t agree with on everything (which puts him in the...

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DEAL DAY

Isn\’t today the day that we are supposed to have a deal with Iran? Where\’s the deal?  What are the elements of the deal – since Iran is on record as saying it agrees to nothing the Obama administration says was agreed to?  How can there be a verifiable nuclear weapon freeze if iran will not allow inspectors in its military sites…which is where the...

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GUESS THE WRITER

Here\’s a fun little game for you. Following are excerpts from a blog that has just been published.  Guess who wrote them, and which venue he/she wrote them for: Among all the rivers of money that have flowed to the Clinton family, one seems to raise the biggest national security questions of all: the stream of cash that came from 20 foreign governments who relied on weapons export...

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CHARTER SCHOOLS AND DESPERATION

If you live where I do (central New Jersey) there is no shortage of advertising telling you how wonderful the educational system is and how much better it would be if politicians would only stop being so stingy and spend more money on it. With that in mind, I thought I would show you the first paragraph of Kevin Glass\’s latest column at townhall.com, in which he talks about how interested...

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HILLARY\’S HEADACHE

Two Democrats – Senator Bernie Sanders and former Mayor-then-Governor Martin O\’Malley – have declared their candidacy for the 2016 Democrat presidential nomination. So how are they doing at this early stage of their battle to overcome the Hillary Clinton juggernaut?  From Kay Henderson\’s article for Radio Iowa: The two Democrats who have formally...

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