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Mike Pence’s Indiana Religious Freedom Bill an Issue in 2016?

With Indiana Gov. and potential 2016 GOP presidential contender Mike Pence signing "a controversial state Senate bill that simply states the government can't interfere with people and businesses exercising their religious beliefs," the media is now ripe with speculation that the issue may be in play in the presidential politics of 2016.
Amy Stinnett, Fox News

7-Year-Old Ordered To Shave Off Haircut Honoring Soldier Or Face Suspension

Second grader Adam Stinnett is so proud of his older stepbrother--a soldier in the US Army--that he got his hair cut in the classic "high-and-tight" military style to honor him. But the principal at Bobby Ray Memorial Elementary did not approve, and sent a letter home informing Adam's mother to shave off the military haircut or her son "could not return to school."
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In Defense of Independent Speech

In the five years since the Supreme Court decided Citizens United vs. F.E.C.,  liberal special interests have attempted to silence independent speech and the voices of non-profit organizations. Their radical agenda has been embraced by President Obama and Democrats in
Blue State Blues (Breitbart)

Blue State Blues: What if McCain Had Gone ‘Full Bibi’ on Obama in 2008?

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu continues to face harsh criticism, at home and abroad, for remarks he made on Election Day warning that Arabs were being bused to the polls and voting in large numbers, threatening the future of the right-wing government. Netanyahu has since apologized to the Arab community. From a purely political perspective, however, the only thing that matters is that he won. That raises the question: what if Republicans had done the same in 2008 and 2012?
Kevin Lamarque AP

Hillary, Benghazi, and Those Troublesome E-mails

In late December, 2013 The New York Times whitewashed the Benghazi Islamist terrorist attack, claiming that based “on extensive interviews with Libyans in Benghazi who had direct knowledge of the attack there and its context, turned up no evidence that Al Qaeda or other international terrorist groups had any role in the assault.”
Breitbart California in Sacramento (Joel Pollak / Breitbart News)

Purge: California GOP Kicks out Conservative Policy Staff

In a little-noticed move this week, California State Assembly Minority Leader Kristin Olsen, completed a purge of “conservative” policy staffers. The dramatic reversal—in both function and ideology of the Assembly Republican Caucus—mirrors the California GOP's leftward shift, which has eschewed social conservatives as a “fringe” element.
Reuters/Kacper Pempel

Elon Musk: A.I. Advances Are ‘Summoning the Demon’

Humanity handled Y2K. But AI may be something bigger and more difficult. After all, we didn't have to worry about Y2K fighting back. Perhaps it's worth thinking about the safeguards that should be built into contemporary progenitors of the future's incredibly complex expert systems, before they become self-aware and acquire civil rights.
AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall

Poll: Slight Edge for Jeb Bush in New Hampshire

Former Governor Jeb Bush (Florida) has a slight lead in New Hampshire among potential Republican Presidential candidates, but nearly a quarter of respondents were undecided ten months before the first-in-the-nation primary will take place.

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