An 86-year-old Madison woman is fearing for her safety and has developed nightmares, because of a persistent scammer who regularly calls her day and night.
Associated Press, by David Bauder Posted By: LittleHoodedMonk- Sat, 28 41 2015 01:41:09 GMT New York ' Following several stories questioning Bill O´Reilly´s past reporting, a liberal media watchdog has ordered its researchers to comb through years of the Fox News Channel host´s writings, radio and television shows and public appearances to find examples of inconsistencies. O´Reilly is squarely in the crosshairs of Media Matters for America, an illustration of how the media is subject to the same political campaigns as politicians. Fox is standing behind O´Reilly, but the extent to which cable news´ most popular personality is damaged may depend on how many more stories come out.
McClatchy DC News, by Rob Hotakainen Posted By: NorthernDog- Sat, 28 30 2015 01:30:17 GMT WASHINGTON After making hundreds of billions of dollars running casinos, American Indian tribes are getting a good whiff of another potential moneymaker: marijuana. The first Tribal Marijuana Conference is set for Friday on the Tulalip Indian Reservation in Washington state as Indian Country gets ready to capitalize on the nations expanding pot industry. Organizers said representatives from more than 50 tribes in at least 20 states have registered, with total attendance expected to surpass 300. The gathering comes after the Obama administration announced late last year that it would not interfere with any federally
Investor´s Business Daily, by Editorial Posted By: KarenJ1- Sat, 28 12 2015 01:12:10 GMT Politics: The president has ordered the reclassification of AR'15 bullets as a threat to lawmen, effectively banning them. It´s nonsense. But we see what´s going on: a backdoor bid to ban guns and scrap the Second Amendment. It shouldn´t be forgotten that the one time President Obama publicly showed a lot of anger came when the assault'weapon ban he proposed in the wake of the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre failed to pass in Congress. In that effort, his minions had falsely claimed that the gunman had used an AR'15 Bushmaster rifle, which was never the case. But that didn´t matter, because the
Investor´s Business Daily, by Editorial Posted By: KarenJ1- Sat, 28 09 2015 01:09:03 GMT Rule Of Law: First, the president issues unlawful executive orders giving illegal immigrants amnesty. Then, he dares an equal branch of government to vote on his orders´ legality so he can veto it. Is he establishing a monarchy? While speaking at a town hall meeting Wednesday night at Florida International University, President Obama clearly indicated that he believes he is the final authority on law in this country. He will not tolerate dissent. "If Mr. McConnell, the leader of the Senate, and the Speaker of the House, John Boehner, want to have a vote on whether what I´m doing is
PJ Media, by Roger L. Simon Posted By: Dreadnought- Sat, 28 08 2015 01:08:37 GMT Prostitution may be the worlds oldest profession, but anti'Semitism is probably the worlds oldest bigotry. Its come and gone and come and gone and then come and gone again since the days of the pharaohs. Well, maybe it was never really gone, but, like cancer, it was in remission. Born at the end of World War II, I was one of those lucky Jews to be born in a period of remission as never before seen, particularly in the United States. Its over. And how its over. You dont need a poll to tell you that, but a new one
Washington Examiner, by Robert King Posted By: KarenJ1- Sat, 28 59 2015 12:59:25 GMT If the government loses in a major Obamacare challenge before the Supreme Court, it will result in premium increases of up to 700 percent for nearly 8 million people, a new analysis claims. The analysis from think tank Avalere Health was released Thursday as the Obama administration continues to take heat from Congress for having no backup plan in case the Supreme Court ruling in King v. Burwell doesn´t go their way. Oral arguments are set to start on Wednesday for the case, which has the potential to cripple the healthcare law. The case challenges the government´s authority to dole
The Hill (DC), by Jesse Byrnes Posted By: Dreadnought- Sat, 28 57 2015 12:57:50 GMT A tearful President Obama on Friday bid goodbye to outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder, one of his closest friends in the administration. "I´ll just come out and say it he has been one of our finest," Obama said at the Justice Department, where Holders official portrait was unveiled. "Having good men in positions of power and authority, who are willing to fight for what´s right, that´s a rare thing, that´s a powerful thing," Obama said of Holder, wiping away a tear. Holder is serving out his final days in Obamas Cabinet, with the Senate expected to soon confirm Loretta
CBS News, by Steve Hartman Posted By: JoniTx- Sat, 28 53 2015 12:53:49 GMT (Video) GAINESVILLE, Texas' If you´re a fan of high school basketball, you´re not alone. But if you´re a fan of the Gainesville Tornadoes in Gainesville, Texas then you are alone. "Usually our fan base was close to zero," said one Gainesville player. "My parents came to one game but they didn´t come to the other ones because they didn´t have time," said another. The other students at Gainesville ' a juvenile correction facility for felony offenders ' don´t come to the games either, mostly because they can´t get out. One of the few perks at the facility ' for very
Breitbart TV, by Pam Key Posted By: KarenJ1- Sat, 28 51 2015 12:51:12 GMT Friday, President Barack Obama spoke at the portrait unveiling ceremony for outgoing U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, which led to the commander'in'chief breaking into tears that he wiped away as he finished his remarks. The president said, Having good men in a position of power and authority, who are willing to fight for what is right, that is a rare thing, a powerful thing. Thats something that shapes our future in ways we dont even understand, we dont always imagine. It made me very proud.
Fox News, by Staff Posted By: earlybird- Sat, 28 49 2015 12:49:48 GMT A top political nemesis of President Vladimir Putin was shot and killed early Saturday in central Moscow, Russian police said, one day before an opposition rally was scheduled to take place. Boris Nemtsov, 55, a former deputy prime minister, was shot four times from a passing car as he was walking on a bridge just outside the Kremlin. The Kremlin said that Putin will personally oversee the investigation into his death. The shooting potentially could create a political crisis in Russia, regardless of the motive or who was behind the shooting. A sharp critic of Putin, Nemtsov assailed the government´s inefficiency, rampant corruption
National Journal, by Alana Semuels Posted By: Cavallodifiero- Sat, 28 06 2015 12:06:54 GMT Like many mothers raising children in Chicago´s housing projects in the 1990s and 2000s, Seitia Harris was afraid of the drugs and violence that were pervasive in the neighborhood where she lived, Altgeld Gardens on the city´s South Side. She made sure to provide her three children with every opportunity she could, taking them to ballet lessons, after-school academic programs, plays and activities around the city, encouraging them to work hard at school and stay away from drugs. But the specter of violence and poverty was hard to escape. Hard to escape, that is, until Harris got an opportunity to move
Gateway Pundit, by Kristinn Taylor Posted By: JoniTx- Fri, 27 28 2015 11:28:48 GMT Boris Nemtsov, a prominent opponent of Russian President Vladimir Putin was gunned down Friday night while walking near the Kremlin, according to news reports. (Tweet) Nemtsov was a former high'ranking Russian government official in the 1990s under Boris Yeltsin. (Tweet) The BBC relayed reports from Russian news agencies Interfax and Meduza: An unidentified attacker shot Mr Nemtsov four times in central Moscow, a source in the law enforcement bodies told Russias Interfax news agency. He was shot near the Kremlin while walking with a woman, according to Russian'language news website Meduza.
Leading Black Activist, Ministers Say Congressional Black Caucus Should be Absolutely Ashamed for Boycott of Netanyahu Speech
The Algemeiner, by Shiryn Ghermezian Posted By: LittleHoodedMonk- Fri, 27 57 2015 10:57:21 GMT A prominent leader of the black Christian community on Thursday, along with leading black ministers, lashed out at the Congressional Black Caucus for its boycott of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahus upcoming address to Congress on March 3. The Congressional Black Caucus should be absolutely ashamed of themselves and these black ministers are standing to oppose them, said Star Parker, founder and president of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education, a public policy think-tank. We want the Israeli Prime Minister to know that he is welcomed here by the black Christian community.
Washington Times (DC), by Stephen Dinan Posted By: JoniTx- Fri, 27 41 2015 10:41:09 GMT Conservatives rebelled in the House Friday afternoon, joining Democrats to defeat a bill to keep the Homeland Security Department open past a midnight shutdown deadline and leaving funding in doubt as all sides continued to fight over President Obamas deportation amnesty. House GOP leaders had hoped to earn a three-week grace period, trying to pass a bill to continue current funding through March 19, but Democrats insisted they would only accept a full bill that didnt interfere with Mr. Obamas amnesty, while conservative Republicans felt they were being set up for failure by their own leaders. The short-term bill
Breitbart Big Government, by Wynton Hall Posted By: JoniTx- Fri, 27 37 2015 10:37:17 GMT President Obamas outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder made an eyebrow-raising book recommendation in his exit interview with Politico on Friday. Asked by Politicos Mike Allen to name the one book Holder would recommend for a young man coming to Washington to read, Holder recommended the work of controversial civil rights figure Malcolm X. I would hope that I say this not to every African-American of his age but for every American, that you read The Autobiography of Malcolm X to see the transition that that man went through, from petty criminal to a person who was severely and negatively
Breitbart Big Government, by Caroline May Posted By: KarenJ1- Fri, 27 26 2015 10:26:19 GMT Senate Democrats blocked consideration of a bill that would have prevented funding for President Obamas most recent executive amnesty. By a vote of 57-42, Democrats blocked Sen. Susan Collins bill from coming to the floor for debate. Sixty votes were needed to proceed. Democratic Sens. Joe Donnelly (D-IN), Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND), Claire McCaskill (D-MO), and Joe Manchin (D-WV) were the only Democrats to join with Republicans in the vote on the motion to proceed. The Democratic filibuster came after the GOP-controlled Senate passed a clean Department of Homeland Security funding bill, or one free of the
PanAm Post [Florida], by Elena Toledo Posted By: Pageturner- Fri, 27 15 2015 10:15:33 GMT With the Honduran Caribbean as the background, the presidents of Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras gathered on Thursday, February 26, for the First Meeting of the Alliance for Prosperity in the Northern Triangle (APP). The Central American heads of state discussed the implementation a US'designed plan to fight drug trafficking in the region. Guatemalan President Otto Pérez Molina and his Honduran counterpart, Juan Orlando Hernández, agreed on establishing a customs union as the first step towards the creation of a free'trade zone between the two countries.
WISH'TV [Indianapolis, IN], by Chris Bavender Posted By: KarenJ1- Fri, 27 08 2015 10:08:17 GMT PLAINFIELD, Ind. In Plainfield, home to the Islamic Center, news of the arrest of 26'year'old Nihad Rosic relieved members of the mosque who say they dont want terror suspects in their neighborhood. The group says they are a mainstream Muslim organization and have been clear on their denunciation of terrorism. The mosque has been a fixture in Plainfield since 1982. Members say they are like everyone else, just trying to live their lives. Theyre happy to hear law enforcement was able to get another terror suspect off the streets because when it comes to terrorism, the Islamic Society of America makes
National Review Online, by Brendan Bordelon Posted By: StormCnter- Fri, 27 57 2015 09:57:17 GMT Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson told a CPAC crowd on Thursday that the U.S.A. should be run by Christians, and not any others adding omniously that we got too many any others in the White House. Robertson marked his receiving the Defender of the First Amendment award with a long speech that covered everything from George Washington to genital herpes. After a fawning twenty-minute introduction from the heads of Breitbart and Citizens United who jointly presented the award for Robertsons firm stance after his controversial comments on gay marriage nearly got his show canceled