Obama Meets with Castro

Again, treating an enemy better than he does Israel (Fox News).  Another story notes Marco “Rubio, whose parents are Cuban, said the president was letting his guard down on the danger Havana presents to American interests” (The Hill).

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Hillary Announces Run

As expected (USA Today).  From the Wall Street Journal: Mrs. Clinton is running less as an individual than as the figurehead of an apparatus of money and organization designed to keep power for the Democratic Party and American liberals. You might even call it a vast left-wing conspiracy, to modify the...

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Voters Want Aggressive Deportation Policies

According to the story, “Americans have reached a new level of anger over the issue, with most demanding a more aggressive deportation policy — and reversal of a law that grants citizenship to kids of illegals born in the U.S” (Washington Examiner).  From the pollster:  Just 16% of Likely U.S. Voters...

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Media Quickly Forgets Kenya Terror Attack

The media has all but forgotten the 148 Christians murdered by terrorists in Kenya (IB Times).  The response was so slow, the terrorists took their time (Daily Mail).  From Rich Lowry:  Obama can’t restrain his anger over Bibi Netanyahu saying that Arab voters are turning out in droves prior to the...

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Media Distorts Indiana Law

Liberals see a winner in state boycotts (Hot Air).  And they don’t need logic on their side (American Conservative).  Victor Davis Hanson looks at the blatant media bias on this and other leftward causes (NRO).  The political correctness is now a disease in major league baseball, too (World Magazine). ...

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Rolling Stone Retracts UVA Rape Story

From the story:  The review, undertaken by the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism at Rolling Stone’s request, produced a 12,000-word report that documented lapses in standard journalistic procedure at every level of the magazine during the reporting and editing of the story (Fox News).  The report (Rolling Stone).  More (Reuters...

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White House Refuses to Consider Iran Aggression in Deal

The story claims “The US State Department has rejected Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s call to condition any final deal with Iran over its nuclear program on the Iranian regime recognizing the State of Israel. During a Saturday press conference State Dept. ‘spokeswoman Marie Harf abruptly rejected the suggestion, stating ‘this...

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California Governor Imposes Statewide Water Restrictions

From the story:  Brown announced he had signed an executive order requiring the State Water Resources Control Board to implement measures in cities and towns to cut the state’s overall water usage by 25 percent compared with 2013 levels.  The move will affect residents, businesses, farmers and other users.  (AP)

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Indiana Facing More Heat, Starting with Media

CNN continued the media’s blatant distortion of the law, claiming it “allows businesses to refuse service to gay, lesbian and transgender people on religious grounds” (CNN).  Ontario’s gay premier is using the controversy to urge businesses to relocate to Canada (CBS).  Well known Kentucky fan and actress Ashley...

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Iran Nuclear Deal Misses Deadline, Talks Continue

On the deadlines:  The deadline to agree on the outline of a permanent deal had already been extended twice before Tuesday, and it was not clear what would happen if an agreement was not reached by the end of Wednesday. The deadline for all the details of a comprehensive agreement to...

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Arkansas Passes Religious Freedom Bill Similar to Indiana’s

And Governor Asa Hutchinson plans to sign it into law.  Interesting paragraph from the story:  Doug McMillon, the CEO of Arkansas-based Wal-Mart, issued a statement Tuesday pressing Hutchinson to “veto this legislation,” and adding that the law would “undermine the spirit of inclusion” in the state  (Fox News).  A similar bill passed...

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Archbishop Chaput: White House Least Friendly to Religious Concerns in History

He said “The current White House may be the least friendly to religious concerns in our history. But we’ll see more of the same in the future–pressure in favor of things like gay rights, contraception and abortion services, and against public religious witness.” (CNS News)

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Deal with Iran Not Going Well

As of early this morning (ABC News).  From another story:  Kerry and others at the table said the sides have made some progress, with Iran considering demands for further cuts to its uranium enrichment program but pushing back on how long it must limit technology it could use to make atomic...

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