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Blue State Blues: Thank You, Chuck Schumer--Sort of

Schumer has admitted candidly that the Tea Party was right after all. Specifically, Schumer admitted that pushing for Obamacare in 2009 was not a good idea. He also said that the 2009 stimulus "was not the bright spot it could have been," partly because it was too "wide." 28 Nov 2014, 2:22 PM PDT

Report: House GOP Could Respond to Obama's Amnesty as Early as Next Week

House Republicans could formally respond to President Obama’s executive amnesty as early as next week, according to reports. A senior GOP aide confirmed to The Hill Friday that House leaders have reserved time on the floor in the hope that they may pass a bill by the end of next week in response to Obama’s recent executive actions on immigration. 28 Nov 2014, 1:58 PM PDT

GOP May Increase Government Surveillance in Lame Duck

A lame duck Congress is always fraught with danger for those who want to restrain government. There, inevitably, are one of two pieces of legislation that "must pass" before the end of the year. The public isn't paying attention and there are a handful of politicians who will be casting the last votes of their political careers. Combine this environment with mega-donor Sheldon Adelson's desire for a federal ban on on-line gaming and an expansion of the federal leviathan is very real. 28 Nov 2014, 12:42 PM PDT

2016: Left-Wing 'Nation' Mag Issues Casting Call for Hillary Alternative

One of the top progressive magazines has put out an open casting call for a left-wing primary challenger to Hillary Clinton in 2016. The Nation, which is where left-wing activists often go to get their latest ideas, argues that "even the most ardent Hillary supporters should acknowledge that the Democratic Party, and the country, will be better served if she has real competition in the primaries" and they claim that "this is not an anti-Hillary message; it’s a pro-democracy one." 28 Nov 2014, 12:10 PM PDT

China Blew $6.8 Trillion in Wasted Investments

A new report from a Chinese government agency finds that the country has wasted $6.8 trillion invested in "ghost cities", abandoned apartment buildings and highways to nowhere. The staggering amount accounts for half of all Chinese investment in the economy since 2009. Loose fiscal policy and mandated government investment in "shovel-ready projects" aren't sure-fire winners in today's competitive global economy. 28 Nov 2014, 10:48 AM PDT

Post Office Late Delivering Hacking News

The Post Office is popular with Americans -- it’s “viewed more favorably than any other federal agency surveyed by Gallup,” a survey shows. But it is too slow to deliver bad news, a Democrat lawmaker says. 28 Nov 2014, 9:12 AM PDT

In Ferguson, Witness Intimidation, Lying by 'Community of Color'

On Monday night, after the release of the grand jury verdict rejecting indictment of Officer Darren Wilson in the Ferguson, Missouri shooting of 18-year-old black man Michael Brown, President Obama took to the microphones. “We need to recognize that this is not just an issue for Ferguson, this is an issue for America,” he said. “[T]here are still problems and communities of color aren't just making these problems up.” 28 Nov 2014, 6:21 AM PDT

Cornel West: The Age of Obama Is Over

On CNN Wednesday, leftist Professor Cornel West, given the chance to bloviate about the non-indictment of Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting of Michael Brown, decided to impart his perspective with a vengeance, even targeting President Barack Obama and blurting that the Ferguson affair signaled the “end of the age of Obama.” 27 Nov 2014

When FDR Tried to Move Thanksgiving

Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s policies brought about a fundamental shift in America’s political landscape, but there were a few areas where he was not so successful in achieving permanent change. One of these areas was the Supreme Court. Another was Thanksgiving. 27 Nov 2014

Every Day a Paid Holiday for Some Federal Employees

Thanksgiving is a rare mid-week holiday, a chance to celebrate what’s effectively a four day weekend. But it’s nothing special for some government employees. For them, every day is a paid holiday. For example, the Inspector General of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reports that the agency has shelled out more than $1 million paying eight employees not to work in recent years. 27 Nov 2014

Ferguson and the Thin Blue Line

If you had just arrived in the country after spending the past month in the Canadian backcountry without any news source, you would think American police officers were willingly looking for young and unarmed black men to shoot without provocation. Egged on by the news media, President Obama and his attorney general Eric Holder, and the race hustlers, provocateurs, rioters and thugs, too many law-abiding Americans are beginning to wonder if law enforcement represents the enemy rather than that blue line, or at least wonder if the system is corrupt and needs to be changed. 27 Nov 2014

Michael Brown's Mom: 'Impossible' that Stepfather Incited Riots

Michael Brown's mother said it was "impossible" that her husband's calls to "burn this b*tch down" while on top of a car outside the Ferguson police station incited the mass rioting, violence, and looting after a grand jury decided there was not enough evidence to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown on Monday evening. 26 Nov 2014

HHS To Push Obamacare On 'Black Friday'

The federal government is teaming up with health care groups to promote Obamacare on Black Friday, according to an announcement from the Department of Health and Human Services. The department is teaming up with popular websites like The Knot, The Nest, and The Bump to promote the controversial health care website to encourage Americans to sign up for health insurance while millions of Americans spend the weekend looking for deals. 26 Nov 2014

One Week Later, Vermont Signs Contract with Jonathan Gruber

The "architect" of Obamacare is officially taking a pay cut. One week after Vermont health care reform chief Lawrence Miller publicly announced that the State of Vermont would not pay controversial MIT economics professor Jonathan Gruber any more money, but that the state still expected him to deliver the work specified in his contract, an official of the state and Gruber have signed an amended contract. 26 Nov 2014

Polling 2016 Like Its 1999, or 2007

With the 2014 midterm elections behind us, pollsters and pundits have turned their attention to the 2016 presidential election. Quinnipiac and Rasmussen have released new national polls of the nomination contests, while Bloomberg has surveyed the New Hampshire primary. Polls at this stage feed a political crack-habit for pundits, but they are likely to bear little resemblance to the actual contest in two years. 26 Nov 2014

Google: Barack Obama 'King of the United States'

As Ferguson, Missouri, burned for a second straight night and the White House moves forward with plans for executive amnesty for millions of illegal aliens, search engine giant Google has crowned President Barack Obama “King” of the United States of America. 26 Nov 2014

Robot Proves Antarctic Ice Thicker than Thought

So much for global warming. An underwater robot sent by a British and Australian ship near the Antarctic Peninsula returned with data confirming that Antarctic ice is thicker and deeper than previously believed. The robot, called SeaBED, can plunge to a depth of 100 feet, began its mission four year ago, and helped create 3D maps showing the average ice thickness beneath sea level is between 1.4 and 5.5 meters (4.5 to 18 feet) 26 Nov 2014

'Burn This B*tch Down!' - Brown Family Church Torched In Riots

Although the media is desperate to keep the false narrative alive that the family of Michael Brown is only calling for peace, the fact is that on Monday night, just before all hell broke loose in Ferguson, while Michael Brown's mother stood silently by, Brown's stepfather repeatedly ordered the mob surrounding him to "Burn this bitch down!" The next morning, the Brown family church was one of about a dozen or so building burnt to the ground. Worse still, a 20 year-old man was found dead. 26 Nov 2014

Confirmed: Valerie Jarrett Keeping In Touch With Gov. Nixon During Ferguson Fiasco

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon adamantly denies that the White House pressured him to resist sending in the National Guard in response to violent protesters unhappy with the Michael Brown shooting decision. It is clear, however, that Nixon has been in close contact with President Obama's senior advisor Valerie Jarrett as the chaotic situation unfolded. According to the White House, Jarrett spoke with Nixon the first night of the protests as well as the morning after. 26 Nov 2014

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