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Eric Holder’s 'Fair' Investigation in Ferguson?

Attorney General Eric Holder travelled to Ferguson, Missouri, Wednesday to personally intervene in the investigation of the police shooting of Michael Brown, an unprecedented and highly questionable move. In a column published in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Holder claimed that the Justice Department would conduct an investigation that would be “fair” and “independent.” 22 Aug 2014, 12:33 PM PDT

Real Household Incomes Fall 5.9% Under Obama

Economic recoveries are historically known for big gains in “real” (after inflation) household income. But for most American households there has been no economic recovery during the Obama Administration because of chronic falling wages, according to data from the website. For the first time in American history during a supposed economic expansion, real after tax income fell by -5.9%. 22 Aug 2014, 12:15 PM PDT

White House Defends Obama Golfing: Sports Help Clear The Mind

“I am not going to get in the president’s mindset on that,” Deputy Press Secretary Eric Schultz said in a press conference on Friday. “I will say that generally I think that sports and leisure activities are a good way for release and clearing of the mind for a lot of us.” 22 Aug 2014, 11:57 AM PDT

Colorado: Control of Senate Could Be In the Mail

Colorado has emerged as a critical battleground for control of the US Senate. Polls show the race between Democrat Sen. Mark Udall and GOP Rep. Cory Gardner within the margin of error. Little reported, however, is the fact that this is the first election Colorado will conduct by mail-in ballot. Voting begins when ballots are mailed to voters on October 14th. Up until a week before the election, voters can still register to vote and receive mail-in ballots. 22 Aug 2014, 8:38 AM PDT

McCaskill Announces Hearing on Police Militarization

The concern about the militarization of police — highlighted this month during protestor clashes with police in Ferguson, Mo. following the shooting death of Michael Brown — will be a topic of debate in Washington when lawmakers return in September.  22 Aug 2014, 8:37 AM PDT

As Immigration Push Stalls, Billionaire Supporters Suddenly Silent

Last year, several billionaires were busy putting their money where their mouths were in an attempt to push amnesty, disguised as "immigration reform," on a Congress that everyone thought was ripe for the issue. But ever since the border crisis erupted, forcing Congress to adjourn for the summer without taking action, those billionaires have suddenly gone silent. 22 Aug 2014, 7:41 AM PDT

Archbishop to Latino Leaders: U.S. Church at a 'Latino Moment'

In his address to the Catholic Association of Latino Leaders (CALL) Saturday, Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadelphia said the U.S. Church was having a “Latino moment”; that because the population in the United States is increasingly comprised of Latinos, Catholic bishops should recognize the importance of Latino issues and try to attract more Latino Catholics into churches because they are the future of the Church in America. 22 Aug 2014, 7:11 AM PDT

Oklahoma City Satanists to Return Consecrated Host to Church

Wednesday, the law firm of Busch & Caspino, located in Irvine, California, south of Los Angeles, in association with an Oklahoma firm, filed suit in Oklahoma City District Court against convicted sex offender Adam Daniels and the Dahkma of Angra Mainyu, organizers of a satanic "black mass" scheduled to take place on Sept. 21 at the taxpayer-funded Oklahoma Civic Center Music Hall. 21 Aug 2014

Rand Paul on His Ferguson Police Op-Ed: 'It's Not a Purposeful Racism'

SALAMA, Guatemala — Just before departing for the rural town here where he performed charity eye surgeries over several days, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) caused a stir with an op-ed in Time about the violence in Ferguson, Missouri, calling for the police to be “demilitarized” and saying race skews the application of criminal justice in the U.S. 21 Aug 2014

Crickets From Amnesty Activists In August

With their proposals defeated in Congress for now, pro-amnesty activists have dropped off the radar while President Obama considers a major executive action that Republicans have warned could precipitate a constitutional crisis. 21 Aug 2014

Eric Holder: DOJ Stands with People of Ferguson

On Wednesday, Attorney General Eric Holder said in a news conference in Washington that he and the Department of Justice stand with the people of Ferguson. He added, “I went to Ferguson to provide reassurance; in fact they gave me hope.” 21 Aug 2014

Another Self-Inflicted Wound for the GOP

Republican National Committeeman Henry Barbour gave black Americans a slap in the face when he orchestrated a cynical, race-baiting campaign targeting fellow Republican Chris McDaniel in the Mississippi Senate primary runoff against incumbent Sen. Thad Cochran. 20 Aug 2014

Left Ramps Up 'Lawfare' Against Republicans

Last week, a grand jury in Austin, Texas indicted Governor Rick Perry on two counts of abusing his official office. The charges stem from a public threat Perry made to veto appropriations to a department of the Travis County District Attorney's office after the DA was arrested for drunk driving and displayed hostile behavior to law enforcement personnel. While the case against Perry seems extraordinarily weak, the indictment is the latest indication that the left will use all tools available to pursue its political ends. 20 Aug 2014

Federal Judge Takes Extraordinary Steps in IRS Lawsuit

The order from U.S. District Court Judge Emmett Sullivan was certainly clear enough. In a landmark victory for Judicial Watch, the federal judge ordered the IRS to submit sworn declarations detailing what happened to Lois Lerner’s “lost” emails and what steps were being taken to find them. 20 Aug 2014

Common Core Loses Support Nationwide

Most Americans familiar with the Common Core standards tend to oppose them and, within just one year, polls show more Americans are, in fact, more knowledgeable about the controversial education initiative and against its implementation in schools. 20 Aug 2014

'Knockout Game' Attacker Assaults Three Within 15 Minutes

New Jersey Police are on the look-out for a man who allegedly committed three separate “knockout game” punches within a 15-minute time frame. The victims sustained bruised jaws and bloody faces. The assailant was described by police as a six-foot or taller black man with an athletic build wearing a Brooklyn Nets hat. 20 Aug 2014

Police Arrest 47 in Ferguson Tuesday Night

FERGUSON, Missouri--Missouri law enforcement targeted specific individuals for arrest in last night’s protest in Ferguson. Police arrested 47 protesters after what seemed to be a relatively peaceful night on Wednesday. As glass and plastic bottles began to hurl through the air towards fully geared law enforcement, police moved in. 20 Aug 2014

Reid Building Firewall in MI, IA, CO, & NH

An old rule of politics is to ignore what campaigns say and watch, instead, what they do. Where a campaign devotes its money and resources says more about their view of the landscape than what they say in a press release. According to its recent campaign spending, Sen. Harry Reid's Senate Majority PAC is building a firewall to defend his majority in states which weren't viewed as competitive just a few months ago. It is a sign of the deteriorating climate facing Democrats nationally. 20 Aug 2014

Looting Decimates Small Businesses in Ferguson

FERGUSON, Missouri—It's not easy running a business with riots going on. In the ten days since Michael Brown was shot in Ferguson, Missouri, the small businesses that line the streets have suffered a major financial blow from the constant rioting, vandalism, and looting, owners said. 20 Aug 2014

Poll Finds 'Common Core' Toxic, Teacher Support Plummets

A poll released on Tuesday by pro-Common Core Education Next (EdNext) confirms that support for the Common Core standards has declined in general, and that teacher support for the controversial standards has especially dropped dramatically since last year, with 76 percent of teachers having supported them in 2013 but only 46 percent in favor of them this year. 20 Aug 2014


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