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'Nanny' Bloomberg Fail: Smoking Rises in NYC

Under Mayor Mike Bloomberg, New York City was an anti-tobacco zealot's utopia. Nagged by Bloomberg, the city forced bar and restaurant owners to ban smoking in their premises and prohibited smoking in public parks. The city spent millions on public advertising and education and enacted the highest cigarette taxes on the planet. The oft-stated goal was to force people to quit smoking. It isn't working. 23 Sep 2014, 5:01 PM PDT

Obama to UN : Climate Change Our Fault

On Tuesday, shortly after announcing to the American public that the United States was now bombing ISIS in Syria, the President of the United States flew to New York to address the United Nations – on climate change. His speech mixed high-flown sentiment with apologies for America, and pledged American sacrifice in the name of a lofty goal without evidence that such sacrifice would in any way contribute to attaining that goal. 23 Sep 2014, 12:07 PM PDT

Osama Bin Laden's Son-in-Law Sentenced to Life in Prison

On September 23, U.S. District Judge Lewis A. Kaplan sentenced Osama bin Laden's son-in-law, Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, to life in prison for his role as al Qaeda spokesman following the 9/11 terrorist attacks on New York City, Washington, D.C., and Shanksville, PA. 23 Sep 2014, 11:20 AM PDT

GOP Races To Catch Obama 2012 Campaign Data Techniques

The data is on the cutting edge of new methods about analyzing television audiences, with the key innovation being a reliance on viewing data from hundreds of thousands of cable “set-top” boxes rather than the traditional Nielsen ratings that are based on measuring the viewing habits of roughly 20,000 households nationwide. 23 Sep 2014, 7:48 AM PDT

Protesters, Prayer Vigil Participants Outnumber Satanists in OK City

Adam Daniels, spokesman and organizer of the satanic black mass held on Sunday, September 21, in CitySpace, a small theater in the basement of the Civic Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, said he sold almost 90 tickets to his event. But according to local reports, only about 40 or 50 people attended. 23 Sep 2014, 7:14 AM PDT

Politico, WSJ, WaPo Give 'Messaging' Advice To Left Wing Think Tank

On September 12th, the Center for Responsible Lending, a left-wing group advocating for greater regulation of the banking industry hosted a national "messaging" conference on "bank reform," with a special emphasis on curtailing "payday lending". A centerpiece of the conference was an "off-record" discussion with financial reporters from Politico, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal and trade publication, The American Banker. According to conference organizers, the reporters gave the activists "advice" and "insight" for their advocacy campaigns. 23 Sep 2014, 6:26 AM PDT

10 Weird Things You Didn't Know About Hillary

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been through the political battles more than any major politician since Richard Nixon – and she has a lot in common with her former foe. But despite the blanket coverage of the former First Lady and her ubiquitous husband, there are still a good number of interesting facts about her that have been buried over the years. 22 Sep 2014

Why The Hillary-Alinsky Letters Matter

On Monday, the Washington Free Beacon broke the news of a young Hillary Clinton’s correspondence with socialist agitator Saul Alinsky. Alinsky, whose philosophy has long been linked with President Barack Obama’s focus on community organizing, was a far larger influence on Clinton, who wrote her thesis at Wellesley on Alinsky. 22 Sep 2014

The 15 Most Shocking Statements in ObamaCare Architect's 'Die at 75' Article

Last week, esteemed doctor and one of our ObamaCare Architect Overlords penned a column for the Atlantic that should win a Pulitzer Prize for passive-aggressive shaming. Although Emanuel claims that *he* doesn't want to live past the age of 75, the article itself could have been a listicle titled, "Top 15 Reasons No One Over 75 Should Receive Healthcare." 22 Sep 2014

Litterbug Climate Marchers Leave Behind Piles of Trash

This week in New York City somewhere around 400,000 litterbugs descended on the Big Apple, and not to celebrate the wonderful news that the planet hasn't warmed in 18 years. Instead they gathered to do, uhm, whatever this is, and to pretend Global Warming is real and dire, so that those pushing this phony crisis can tell the rest of us what to do and how to live our lives. 22 Sep 2014

Enviro-Backed Gary Peters' 'Drill, Baby, Drill' Investment Portfolio

Unlike many of his Democratic colleagues running in competitive Senate races, Michigan Rep. Gary Peters has touted his support for environmentalist policies on the campaign trail, including speaking about global warming at the left-wing “Netroots Nation” conference and boasting on his website about his vote for a cap-and-trade bill. 22 Sep 2014

NYC Faces De Blasio Climate Change Mandates

NEW YORK CITY -- New York's Mayor Bill de Blasio told reporters on Sunday during the People’s Climate March that the city’s private sector buildings may be mandated to be retrofitted to adapt to the city’s green house gas emission reduction plan. 21 Sep 2014

Second Intruder Arrested at White House

On Friday a man jumped the White House security fence and made his way just inside the North Portico of the presidential residence before being arrested. The very next day, the Secret Service arrested a second man for refusing to move away from the White House. 21 Sep 2014

Tennessee Braces for Next Common Core Battle

If an education summit convened Thursday by Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam (R) is any indication of what’s top priority to many state lawmakers and education groups, the Common Core standards will be the central education battle during the upcoming legislative session in the state. 21 Sep 2014

LIVESTREAM: The Outbreak of the First World War and its Consequences for Western Civilization

The First World War that launched the "terrible twentieth" century as Winston Churchill called it, commomorates its 100 year anniversary this year. Citizens, statesmen, and scholars have upped the debate about the causes and consequences of the "War to End All Wars." The connection between the First World War and the Second is clear, but what impact does this century old conflict have on current world politics? 21 Sep 2014

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