Ted Cruz: Obama Using FAA In ‘Economic Boycott of Israel’
The State Department and Sen. Ted Cruz sparred Wednesday over the Texas Republican’s accusation that the Obama administration was trying to sabotage Israel’s economy by barring flights into Tel Aviv.
Appeals Courts Issue Conflicting Rulings on Health-Law Subsidies
Two U.S. appeals courts issued conflicting rulings on whether consumers can receive subsidies for health coverage purchased on insurance exchanges established by the federal government, clouding implementation of a major component of Obamacare
Wall Street Journal
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Less Than 1% of Obama’s 'Emergency' Border Funds Would Be Spent This Year
The CBO score confirms that the president’s $4.3 billion emergency request is not warranted. CBO reports that only $25 million of the president’s request would be spent in fiscal year 2014 and the remaining funds would not be spent until the next fiscal year or in the out-years
IRS Head Says Backup Tapes Found In Lerner Probe
The head of the IRS that investigators looking into missing emails from ex-agency official Lois Lerner, left, have found and are reviewing 'backup tapes' — despite earlier IRS claims that the tapes had been recycled
130 Environmental Groups Call For An End To Capitalism
Environmentalists have declared that global warming can’t be stopped without ending the “hegemonic capitalist system,” saying that cap-and-trade systems and conservation efforts are “false solutions.”
Admin Pulls ICE Officers From Field, Assigns To Desk Jobs
President Obama is encouraging Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers to slack off on the job, former border cops tell National Review
Purged by ISIS, Iraq's Christians Appeal To The World For Help
Iraqi Christians are begging for help from the civilized world after Mosul, the city where they have lived and worshiped for 2,000 years, was purged of non-Muslims by jihadist terror group ISIS
Perdue Defeats Kingston in Georgia GOP Senate Runoff
Businessman David Perdue stunned Georgia’s Republican political establishment Tuesday by capturing the party’s U.S. Senate nomination in his first run for office
Voters: Obama Administration Incompetent at Governing
Has the Obama administration competently and effectively managed the government? A Fox News poll finds 58% of American voters says no -- including about a third of Democrats.
Senator Says He Had PTSD When He Wrote Thesis
Montana Sen. John Walsh's thesis written to earn a master's degree from the U.S. Army War College contains unattributed passages taken word-for-word from previously published papers
HuffPo Attacks Companies for Making Too Much Profit
The Huffington Post is beside itself with indignant rage over companies moving their headquarters overseas to avoid paying the highest corporate income tax in the industrialized world
More Crony Socialism
Campaign Donor Wins FCC Waiver From Auction Rules
A private-equity company owned by a campaign donor to U.S. President Barack Obama won a waiver from the Federal Communications Commission that may help it bid in airwaves auctions.
Obama Attributes Wildfires to Climate Change
Obama says a wildfire that has burned nearly 400 square miles in the north-central part of Washington state, along with blazes in other Western areas, can be attributed to climate change
Gang Member Wanted for Murder in Border Shootout with Texas Police
Citizens ran for cover as authorities and a presumed member of the Texas Syndicate prison gang got into a brutal firefight less than a mile from the border with Mexico.
Federal Agents Get Obamacare Using Fake IDs
Undercover investigators using fake identities were able to secure taxpayer-subsidized health insurance under President Barack Obama's health care law
Voting With Their Feet
Beretta To Move Out Of Md. Due To Gun-Control Laws
Beretta U.S.A. announced Tuesday that company concerns over a strict gun-control law enacted in Maryland last year have made it necessary to move its weapons making out of the state to Tennessee.
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Netanyahu's WIKIPEDIA Page Info Replaced With Palestinian Flag
The war in Gaza spread to the Internet on Tuesday, after the Wikipedia page of embattled Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was revised.
New York Daily
Oregon Recreational Pot Initiative Qualifies For November Ballot
An initiative seeking to legalize, tax and regulate recreational marijuana in Oregon has qualified for the November ballot, the state said on its website on Tuesday.
Brooklyn Bridge White Flag Mystery Thickens
American flags were once again flying on top of the Brooklyn Bridge Tuesday afternoon, after someone replaced the flags sometime overnight with what appeared to be whitewashed or faded versions of Old Glory.
U.S. Marines Confront 'Fake Sergeant Major'
An explosive video posted online on Sunday shows two U.S. Marines confronting a man who they accuse of impersonating a military veteran at a funeral in Florida
U.S. Ignored Ukraine's Request For Anti-Missile Tech In June
Last month, Ukraine quietly asked the United States and NATO for sensitive equipment to jam the radars that Russian anti-aircraft systems use to lock their missiles on planes
Hamas Rockets Found in Second United Nations School
If you're looking to confirm the oft-repeated Israeli narrative that Hamas and terrorist groups in Gaza endanger Gazans by hiding weapons among the civilian population, then this episode is your smoking missile
Daily Presidential Tracking Poll: 0bama Job Approval @ 47%
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll shows that 47% of Likely Voters at least somewhat approve of Obama's job performance. 51% at least somewhat disapprove.
New California Law Limits Schools' Full-Contact Football Practice
Schools in California that have football programs will be forced to limit the number of days and hours young athletes can practice tackling and other full-contact collisions as a way to prevent head injuries, according to a bill signed Monday
San Francisco Chronicle
Sins of the Father
Dutch Furious After Putin’s Daughter is Found Living in Holland
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s daughter is living with a Dutch boyfriend in the Netherlands as the country reels from last week’s jetliner missile attack by Ukrainian rebels with Russian-supplied weapons, according to reports
New York Post
A Firm Grasp of the Obvious
Fed Study: Shorter Jobless Benefits Lead to Higher Employment
If unemployment benefits were cut off earlier in 2013, the long-term unemployed would have been more likely to be re-employed, according to a study by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Back To The Future
Israel Supporters Attacked in Canada: 'Kill Jews!'
A group of Canadian Israel supporters who were violently beaten last week by a crowd shouting anti-Semitic slurs said they continue to be bullied on the Internet and in the media by those who claim that they were looking for a fight.
Donald Trump to Break Ground for New DC Hotel
Trump plans to break ground Wednesday on a $200 million hotel that will transform the Old Post Office Building on Pennsylvania Avenue between the White House and the Capitol.
Anti-Obama Film 'Utopia' Going Nationwide
Noel Gilbert’s new documentary feature film “There’s No Place Like Utopia” is advancing to nationwide distribution in August based on strong box office results at its premiere showing over the weekend in Denve
Book: Bill's Secret Mistress, The 'Energizer'
Bill Clinton reportedly has a buxom blond mistress who visits so often when Hillary Clinton isn’t home in Chappaqua that the former president’s Secret Service detail have given her an unofficial code name: Energizer.
Champion of The 'Common Man'
Michael More Owns NINE Homes
The divorce between filmmaker Michael Moore and his wife is bringing many details to surface, including that the two own nine homes in New York and Michigan, impugning his long-hewn image as a common man
Seniors Turn To Roommate-Finding Agencies
Agencies that put such seniors together say the need appears to be growing as baby boomers age and struggle to deal with foreclosures, property taxes and rising rents.
Sheriff Brings Back Prison Stripes
The jail's all-orange jumpsuits increasingly are viewed as "cool," Saginaw County Sheriff William Federspiel says, prompting him to begin purchasing jumpsuits with horizontal black-and-white stripes for use inside the jail instead.
Restaurant: 'Guns Are Welcome' Signs Have Helped Boost Business
A restaurant owner has seen more customers frequent her business after she posted a “Guns are Welcome” sign on the front door of her family-friendly establishment.
For Hikers And Nature Lovers
Review: The Stone Hearth Grille In Bryce Canyon, Utah
On May 3, 2014, I was privileged to see something never before seen in the starkly beautiful environs of Bryce Canyon, Utah - the opening of a gourmet restaurant.
Ocean Crash Kills Teen Pilot Seeking World Record
An Indiana teenager who was attempting to set a record for an around-the-world flight was killed when his plane crashed in the Pacific Ocean
Rare Disorder Causes 5 Siblings To Walk On All Fours
Five siblings in a family of 19 in Hatay, Turkey, walk not just primarily but only on all fours, and lack the balance to do otherwise
126: Man Could Be Oldest Living Person Ever Documented
A Brazilian man aged 126 years old is thought to be oldest living man ever documented, according to reports