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The man who couldn’t shut up
Flopping Aces, by DrJohn
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Posted By: floppingaces  -   6/10/2012 7:48:39 PM EST    37103
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When it comes to national security secrets, the Obama administration is a sieve. That Obama is a narcissist has been well documented in this blog but Obama’s narcissism is endangering the national security of the United States. He just can’t shut up.

John McCain finally took notice of what many of us have been observing for some time- Obama leaking national security information:

When Hollywood imitates real life -- "Bowfinger" versus Elizabeth Warren
Bookworm Room, by Bookworm
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Posted By: Bookworm  -   6/10/2012 7:47:03 PM EST    37102
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Despite any actual evidence, Elizabeth Warren sticks resolutely to her claim that she is 1/32 Native American. This is how crazy people think. Do you know how I know that? Because I just watched Bowfinger with the kids. Bowfinger, which was made in 1999, when one could still be at least a little bit un-PC, is a very silly movie. The premise is that

 




  





 
Murder by Proxy
NoisyRoom, by Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
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Posted By: NoisyRoom  -   6/10/2012 7:07:32 PM EST    37101
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I am deeply appalled at the actions of our government, Barack Obama and especially John Kerry. Mortified is probably more descriptive of my feelings, that and an absolute sickening revulsion at what is being done in the name of so-called “Democracy.” If you were not already aware of it, Obama has appointed Senator John Kerry as the Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. That’s right, Mr. Swiftboat himself is now doing internationally what he did in the US. Local treason just wasn’t enough – no, he went global. John “I-served-in-Vietnam” Kerry has taken his wealthy, commie butt over to Egypt

Tony Awards Tonight: How They Began; Who Will Win
DAN CIRUCCI, by Daniel A. Cirucci
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Posted By: RightWriter  -   6/10/2012 3:32:50 PM EST    37100
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Tonight is Broadway's biggest night: The Antoinette Perry (Tony) Awards. Antoinette Perry was an actress, director and co-founder of the American Theatre Wing. The Tony Awards are her namesake. When Antoinette Perry died on June 28, 1946 at the age of 58, many people who

"SOS will organize and execute operations designed to help elect Mitt Romney and to defeat Barack Hussein Obama"
Brutally Honest, by Rick
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Posted By: ricksteroni  -   6/10/2012 2:20:15 PM EST    37099
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I think it'd be hard to find anyone who would not respect those belonging to the Special Operations community. These are the cream of the warrior crop who lay everything on the line for the mission and who earn our respect by their courageous deeds. They've found a new mission...

 









 
Sunday Funnies
Flopping Aces, by Wordsmith
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Posted By: floppingaces  -   6/10/2012 2:15:43 PM EST    37098
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“That’s right, Obama spent the night at his home in Chicago. Of course it got awkward when he left and his housekeeper was like, ‘So, see you after the election?’” –Jimmy Fallon

What Happened at the Ill. GOP Convention
? Mostly Status Quo, But…

Publius Forum, by Warner Todd Huston
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Posted By: Warner Todd Huston  -   6/10/2012 1:25:37 PM EST    37097
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The Illinois Republican Party held its 2012 Party Convention this weekend. On the docket was addressing some asked for rules changes and picking a slate of delegates to the GOP national convention to nominate Mitt Romney to carry the Party’s banner in the upcoming presidential election. My ultimate analysis is that this was a status quo convention, but signs show that the status quo might not be too long for this world.

CPAC Chicago, Part 4: Joe Walsh, Randy Hultgren, Straw Poll Results
Publius Forum, by Warner Todd Huston
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Posted By: Warner Todd Huston  -   6/10/2012 1:24:31 PM EST    37096
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Finally, in part four we’ll hear from two solid Illinois Congressmen, the 8th District’s Joe Walsh and Randy Hultgren of the 14th. We’ll also hear the, perhaps not startling results of the straw poll, the most important question from which was who Romney should pick for his vice presidential candidate (hint, the top picks weren’t any of his one-time rivals for the nomination).

 









 
CPAC Chicago, Part 3: Bobby Jindal,
Peter Roskam, Michele Bachman

Publius Forum, by Warner Todd Huston
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Posted By: Warner Todd Huston  -   6/10/2012 1:23:26 PM EST    37095
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In part three of our series we’ll take a look at the speeches of Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, Illinois Congressman Peter Roskam, and Representative Michele Bachmann of Minnesota. Bachmann’s speech was quite interesting for its singular focus on a particular jihad-supporting Muslim group that is operating in America today. Bachmann was vehement that Obama ban this group.

CPAC Chicago, Part 2: Richard
Mourdock, Chris Christie, Herman Cain

Publius Forum, by Warner Todd Huston
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Posted By: Warner Todd Huston  -   6/10/2012 1:22:04 PM EST    37094
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In part two of my coverage of CPACs first Midwestern conference event, we will see some of the high spots of the floor speeches of Indiana Senate Candidate Richard Mourdock, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie – always a crowd favorite – and the redoubtable Herman Cain. Cain also visited the media room and I have video of that below the fold.

CPAC Chicago, Wisconsin Praised, Obama
Razed — Part One: Rick Santorum, Ron Johnson

Publius Forum, by Warner Todd Huston
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Posted By: Warner Todd Huston  -   6/10/2012 1:19:45 PM EST    37093
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Well, Friday evening, June 8, 2012, we marked the end of the first CPAC event held in Chicago and what a great event it was. The triumph in Wisconsin was on everyone’s mind but so was Obama’s dismal record. Not just dismal, but according to several speakers, even dangerous. The economy and the election of Romney were focal points but so was foreign policy this day. One theme, though, was constant: Obama has to go.

Egyptian presidential election: Leading Egypt
to democracy or disaster?

NoisyRoom / Voice of the Copts, by Ashraf Ramelah
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Posted By: NoisyRoom  -   6/10/2012 12:34:56 PM EST    37092
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As reported in the Egyptian press last week, American senator and chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, John Kerry, asserted that Egypt’s recent parliamentary elections were conducted honestly and without fraud (masrawy.com, 5/25/12). Masrawy further recorded that Senator Kerry advised the Egyptian people to accept the results of the upcoming presidential election after the challenges of the past year. Without commenting on the current Muslim Brotherhood majority in Egypt’s Parliament, the Senator urged the next president of Egypt to stand up for the people and added that the U.S. Congress will deal with Egypt’s next Islamist president openly, fairly

"It’s the Prodigal Son story, only with an intensity the parable can only hint at."
Brutally Honest, by Rick
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Posted By: ricksteroni  -   6/10/2012 12:24:09 PM EST    37091
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That apt descriptor coming our way via The Anchoress after watching what follows...

What you mind not have known about the Kim Phuc iconic photo
Brutally Honest, by Rick
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Posted By: ricksteroni  -   6/10/2012 11:29:51 AM EST    37090
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Hard to believe it's been 40 years since this photo was snapped. I was 12 at the time and though I don't recall the immediate fallout, I do remember being told time and again in the follow on years, and thinking until recently, that she had been the victim of an American bombing campaign. Jean Kaufman at PJMedia corrects that and other errors concerning that horrific day...

PRISONERS IN LOVE WITH THEIR CAPTOR ... NOT EVERYONE THINKS LIKE YOU -- OR ME ... WHAT A REAL ECONOMIC COLLAPSE LOOKS LIKE
RadioRodgers.com, by Lee Rodgers
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Posted By: LeeRodgers  -   6/10/2012 10:03:52 AM EST    37088
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A key element in Obama's approach to an election...

Seventy US economic statistics Barack Obama wishes you wouldn't see!
The Political Commentator, by Michael Haltman
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Posted By: halthouse1  -   6/10/2012 10:02:40 AM EST    37087
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President Obama recently told the press that the public sector economy in the US was doing "just fine". These statistics paint a slightly different picture! The President will consistently attribute his failure for achieving any significant growth in the US economy to congressional inaction, the "failed policies" of George Bush, the EU financial crisis and/or the slowdown in China...

Democrats Getting A Bit Nervous?
Flopping Aces, by Curt
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Posted By: floppingaces  -   6/9/2012 9:28:18 PM EST    37086
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I think we’re seeing the Democrat party get a wee bit nervous:

• Former Clinton Adviser Lanny Davis Goes Off On Obama Aides: “You Have Vicious People Who Are Working For The President” – “It may be meltdown unless they come to their senses. Why would they want to create enemies, or depict people as enemies: who are their friends?”

This Week, Turkey Went a Long Way Toward Becoming an Islamic Republic
The Lid, by Barry Rubin
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Posted By: Yidwithlid  -   6/9/2012 7:29:34 PM EST    37085
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“My people are going to learn the principles of democracy, the dictates of truth, and the teachings of science. Superstition must go. Let them worship as they will, every man can follow his own conscience provided it does not interfere with sane reason or bid him act against the liberty of his fellow men.” — Mustafa Kemal Atatürk Hardly surprising, deeply upsetting, and geostrategically catastrophic, it’s official. Turkey has now passed over towards being an Islamist state. That turning point is marked by a tiny event of gigantic importance. Fazil Say is an internationally acclaimed Turkish classical pianist. He has performed

Obama on jobs: ‘Still
waiting on Congress to act’

Investor's Business Daily, by Andrew Malcolm
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Posted By: ibdandrew  -   6/9/2012 7:04:45 PM EST    37084
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This week, I spent some time talking with college students about how we can make higher education more affordable. And one of the things I told them was how proud I was that they were making that investment in themselves — because in today’s economy, the best predictor of success is a good education. That’s not just true for our individual success; it’s also true for America’s success.

What to watch or not Sunday morning:
Walker, Ryan, Daniels, Trumka, Santorum

Investor's Business Daily, by Andrew Malcolm
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Posted By: ibdandrew  -   6/9/2012 5:55:39 PM EST    37083
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Another bad week of news for President Obama. The recall of Wisconsin's Republican governor flopped, with Scott Walker winning by more than he did in 2010. Oops. On Friday Obama himself pronounced the nation's private sector economy in fine shape, a week after the anemic 69,000 May jobs report confirmed the economy is sagging again. As that political IED exploded throughout the blogosphere and Twitterverse, Obama called reporters into the Oval Office to say that clearly the private sector isn't doing well. Obviously, some non-Harvard grads mis-heard him somehow.

"God is dead, or a delusion so they say..."
Brutally Honest, by Rick
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Posted By: ricksteroni  -   6/9/2012 1:25:41 PM EST    37082
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Father Burns takes on militant atheism: H/T to Frank Weathers who adds: Help make it go viral! Go here for the behind the scenes story on the video...

Religious Freedom references removed from State Department Human Rights report
Brutally Honest, by Rick
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Posted By: ricksteroni  -   6/9/2012 11:54:46 AM EST    37081
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Yet another first for the Obama administration: The U.S. State Department removed the sections covering religious freedom from the Country Reports on Human Rights that it released on May 24, three months past the statutory deadline Congress set for the release of these reports. The new human rights reports--purged of the sections that discuss the status of religious freedom in each of the countries covered--are also the human rights reports that include the period that covered the Arab Spring and its aftermath...

GOP: Obama's 'policies are standing
in the way of a stronger economy'

Investor's Business Daily, by Andrew Malcolm
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Posted By: ibdandrew  -   6/9/2012 11:34:50 AM EST    37080
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Last week the U.S. Department of Labor gave Americans some very bad news. Only 69,000 jobs were added in May, and the unemployment rate is 8.2 percent — far above the level the Obama administration promised it would be by now when the president’s “stimulus” spending bill was enacted. It’s clear that getting our economy going again should be job number one for everyone in Washington....

"The problem here is a fundamental confusion between inclusiveness in regard to people and inclusiveness in regard to ideas."
Brutally Honest, by Rick
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Posted By: ricksteroni  -   6/9/2012 11:16:59 AM EST    37079
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Father Barron, with a true teachable moment: Last week, two prominent Catholic women—Kathleen Sebelius in an address to the graduates of Georgetown University’s public policy school, and Maureen Dowd in a column published in the New York Times - delivered strong statements about the Church’s role in civil society. Dowd's column was more or less a screed, while Sebelius’s address was relatively measured in tone. Yet both...

In Denmark, you must not simply tolerate but affirm...
Brutally Honest, by Rick
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Posted By: ricksteroni  -   6/9/2012 10:34:01 AM EST    37078
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... and most relevantly, accommodate: The country's parliament voted through the new law on same-sex marriage by a large majority, making it mandatory for all churches to conduct gay marriages. Denmark's church minister, Manu Sareen, called the vote "historic"...


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