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The War on Women: Juanita Broaddrick and Bill Clinton

To set the stage for why the country needs Hillary Clinton to be the next president, Democrats are trying to force-feed Americans a “war on women” pablum, when such a war--as they present it--does not exist. For the real “war on women,” however, Democrats might turn to Hillary Clinton herself and her husband, former President Bill Clinton. 23 Oct 2014, 7:19 AM PDT

March for Life: Every Life is a Gift

This year, the March for Life, the peaceful protest that draws hundreds of thousands to our nation’s capital every January to advocate for the right to life for all individuals, will focus on these special babies as our underlying theme for all events. We will continue to fight for future Gus’ and Hannah’s to be born because every life is a gift. 22 Oct 2014

Good Guy with a Gun Ended Terror Attack on Canadian Parliament

On October 22 recent Islamic convert Michael Zehif-Bibeau shot and killed a Canadian Forces reservist then went into Parliament Hill with rifle in hand, but the carnage that could have followed was prevented when a good guy with a gun--Sergeant-at-Arms Kevin Vickers--shot and killed the attacker. 22 Oct 2014

Ebola Panic at DFW Airport

Anyone who thinks that the public-at-large isn’t worried about the spread of the Ebola virus should spend a few hours at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW). 22 Oct 2014

Obama Admin To Brief Goodlatte On Immigrant ID 'Surge'

With questions swirling about the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ solicitation for material to create millions of new immigrant IDs and work permits, the agency has agreed to brief House Judiciary Committee staff, Breitbart News has learned.  22 Oct 2014

Ineligible DACA Beneficiaries Discovered on NC Voting Rolls

With the North Carolina U.S. Senate race in a dead heat, state election officials say they have discovered 145 names on the voting rolls who are ineligible to vote because they are illegal immigrants who have been granted President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals status.  22 Oct 2014

T Minus 13: House Dems Collapse Into Full Retreat

Not long ago, House Democrats argued, somewhat rationally, that they were in position to win back control of the House this election. At the very least, the party reasoned it could claw back several vulnerable Republican seats and position itself for a return to the majority in 2016. With less than two weeks until the election, though, House Democrats are now struggling to avoid a rout. Republicans, meanwhile, are poised to reap their largest majority in the post-war era. 22 Oct 2014

In Elegant Ruling, Federal Judge Upholds Traditional Marriage in Puerto Rico

A federal judge has upheld Puerto Rico's traditional marriage law, bucking the recent trend of federal courts to strike down state laws enshrining traditional marriage. District judge Juan M. Perez-Gimenez, a Carter appointee, delivered a ruling that relied on a conservative reading of the Constitution and legal precedent, and created the potential for a split among the U.S. circuits that could prod the Supreme Court to take up the question in future. 22 Oct 2014

Democrats Send Ferguson-Themed Pamphlets to Black Georgia Voters

Democrats in Georgia are turning to the controversy in Ferguson, Missouri to bring out the vote for Senate Democratic nominee Michelle Nunn on election day. A reader sent to the Atlanta Journal Constitution early voter turnout mailers dealing with the fatal shooting of Ferguson teen Michael Brown and the conflict that has arisen from it. 22 Oct 2014

AP-GfK Midterm Poll: GOP Gains Edge with Women Voters

Two weeks before Election Day, most of the nation's likely voters now expect the Republican Party to take control of the U.S. Senate, according to a new Associated Press-GfK poll. And by a growing margin, they say that's the outcome they'd like to see. 21 Oct 2014

New Poll Shows McConnell Up by 3 in Kentucky With Overwhelming Tea Party Support

Western Kentucky University's 2014 Big Red Poll released on Monday shows that incumbent Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY) leads Democratic challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes by 3 points, 45% to 42%, among likely voters in the Kentucky U.S. Senate race. The poll, coming two weeks before election day, indicates the race is still close, despite numerous recent gaffes by Grimes and news that the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee has stopped funding television advertising in support of her candidacy. 21 Oct 2014

T Minus 14: Mega-Rich Donors Keep Democrats Competitive, Races Tight

With just two weeks until the midterm elections, polls suggest most Senate races remain within the margin of error. While momentum seems to have shifted to Republicans, the party is still struggling to lock-in victories in a umber of states carried by Mitt Romney. The political map has not expanded in the way one would expect given Obama's disastrous approval ratings. A significant reason for this is the big money edge enjoyed by Democrats. The party of Andrew Jackson is awash in contributions from mega-rich donors. 21 Oct 2014

The GOP Must Stop Legal Birthright

The Chicago Department of Public Health, like its counterparts in all major cities, is quite open about the availability of taxpayer-funded care for pregnant women who are in the country illegally. 21 Oct 2014

Kay Hagan Family's Stimulus Windfall 'Worse Than We Thought'

As has been previously reported, in 2009, after Democrat U.S. Senator Kay Hagan vigorously supported President Obama's $800 million-and-change stimulus package, a company co-owned by her husband, JDC Manufacturing, received $390,000 in federal grants and green energy tax credits. The Carolina Journal reports Tuesday that new documents prove "it's worse than we thought." 21 Oct 2014

Scott Brown Hits Jeanne Shaheen's Energy Tax Agenda

MANCHESTER, New Hampshire — Former Sen. Scott Brown, who’s running an aggressive campaign against incumbent Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH), is attacking her over her support for an energy tax he says would cause energy rates to spike. 21 Oct 2014

Ebola's 395 Mutations Boost Odds of Epidemic Spreading

Following reporting by Breitbart last week that “there is scientific and epidemiologic evidence that the Ebola virus has the potential to be transmitted via infectious aerosol particles, including exhaled breath;" President Obama's Weekly Address emphasized that “Ebola is difficult to catch, and is only transmitted through direct contact.” But researchers from Harvard, MIT and 11 other centers of excellence stated in Science Journal that a “catalogue of 395 mutations” help “boost odds” of the Ebola epidemic spreading. Tragically, five scientists died of Ebola during the study. 21 Oct 2014


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