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Paul Ryan: The Loneliest Man in Washington (Review: 'The Way Forward')

What Ryan offers in The Way Forward is less a policy manifesto and more a personal profile: the memoir is perfectly timed to fuel speculation about the Republican presidential field in 2016. Ryan has left the door open to running--if not now, then certainly in the long future ahead. His greatest challenge will be to build a wider base of support. In that sense, the way forward remains a murky one. 24 Aug 2014

Washington Reassessing Militarized Police

The issue of militarized police forces became a focus of national debate after the response of authorities to riots in Ferguson, Missouri, and on Saturday it was announced that President Obama is launching a review of the federal program that allows used military equipment to be transferred to municipal police forces. 24 Aug 2014

Ryan Zinke: Send Marines Down to Mexico to Get Soldier from Prison

Ryan Zinke is running for U.S. Congress in Montana and is a former SEAL Team Six Task Force Commander and currently the Operations Officer for National Command Authority missions. The former Republican state senator is outraged that Mexico is still detaining Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi, a young marine who accidentally crossed the Mexican border back in March. 24 Aug 2014

Scott Brown Surges in New Hampshire, Pounds Shaheen on Amnesty

The latest poll in the New Hampshire Senate race, released last week, shows Republican Scott Brown surging into a statistical tie with Dem Sen. Jeanne Shaheen. The WMUR Granite State Poll shows incumbent Shaheen leading Brown by two points, 46-44, within the polls margin of error. In July, Shaheen was leading Brown by 12 points. 24 Aug 2014

Tensions subside after peaceful Ferguson protests

Tensions briefly flared then subsided late Saturday night and early Sunday in Ferguson as nightly protests continued two weeks after a white city police officer fatally shot an unarmed black 18-year-old. 24 Aug 2014

White House aides to attend Michael Brown funeral

President Barack Obama is sending three White House aides to the funeral of Michael Brown, the young black man whose fatal shooting by a white police officer sparked days of racial unrest in Ferguson, Missouri. 24 Aug 2014

Sarah Palin Takes Ice Bucket Challenge

Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin took the "Ice Bucket Challenge" to raise awareness for ALS on Saturday and posted the video on Facebook. After being challenged by employees of Wasilla Arctic Cat, Palin, in her patented manner, reminded Americans that the most important part of the challenge is the donation for ALS research.  23 Aug 2014

Global Warming 'Pause' to Last Another Decade

After constant claims that the earth had but "ten years left" before global warming would destroy us all, temperatures suddenly stopped rising in the 1990s. Now, scientists say that the "pause" in rising temperatures might last another ten years. 23 Aug 2014

President Obama and the James Foley Murder

The barbaric murder of American journalist James Foley by the radical Islamic caliphate Islamic State this week is a prime example of how President Obama just does not understand the world in which we live. 23 Aug 2014

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