ISIS Credit for Texas Attack in Doubt

While ISIS is claiming credit for the miserable failure, the White House isn’t yet ready to pin the blame (Dallas News).  Another story notes former deputy director of the CIA Michael Morell “says it’s more likely that Simpson and Soofi were self-radicalized.  “Whether that was by ISIS or whether that...

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Hillary Calls for “Full and Equal Citizenship” for Illegal Immigrants

The Washington Times notes “she would try to expand President Obama’s deportation amnesty to more illegal immigrants, saying this administration has left out a number of aliens who deserve to be granted legal status” (Washington Times).   Meanwhile, the “Clinton Cash” book continues to dog Hillary (LA Times). And Bill Clinton...

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Carly Zings Couric

Katie Couric received a little reminder from GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina that not all female Republicans (see Palin) are going to fall from her gotcha-style journalism.

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Larry Elder on “Can You Call a Thug, a Thug?”

Larry Elder on the Dennis Prager Show discusses the left’s attempt to control language and perpetuate their beloved liberal myths about poverty and crime.  

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Rep. Paul Ryan on the Need for Welfare Reform 2.0 to Reduce Poverty

On Monday’s edition of the Hugh Hewitt Show, Representative Paul Ryan said that Welfare Reform 2.0 is necessary to help reduce poverty. Right now there are 72 federal programs that aim to reduce poverty, but the measure of their success is not whether poverty is declining, but rather how many...

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Mohler: Why The “Income Gap” Is A Losing Issue 5-6-15

Democrats plan to focus on income inequality in the upcoming presidential election but a former advisor to Bill Clinton says they’re making a mistake. William Galston notes recent polls by CBS News and Gallup showing less than 4 percent who list the income gap as their main concern. Distance between...

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Pamela Geller, the Organizer of the Muhammed Cartoons Event Attacked by Jihadists, Talks with Mike Gallagher

Pamela Geller, the president of American Freedom Defense Initiative, organized the event in Texas on Sunday that awarded $10,000 to the best cartoon of Muhammed. Two jihadists unsuccessfully tried to murder innocents at the event. Geller joined Mike Gallagher on his show Monday to discuss her opinion of the attack. Geller sees...

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Mohler: Constitutional Drama 5-5-15

The arguments over same-sex marriage before the Supreme Court were exactly what we thought they’d be: a major day of constitutional drama with the issue of same-sex marriage at the center. Justice Anthony Kennedy–widely assumed to be the swing vote–appeared to be questioning from two contradictory directions:  challenging the authority...

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Byron York on Presidential Hopefuls: Sanders, Fiorina, Carson, & Huckabee

Byron York on Bill Bennett’s Morning in America on Monday talks about the latest presidential hopefuls to throw their hat in the ring: Bernie Sanders, Carly Fiorina, Ben Carson, and Mike Huckabee. York is Chief Political Correspondent of the Washington Examiner.  

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Obamacare State Exchanges Struggling

From the story:  Almost half of the 17 ObamaCare state insurance exchanges are reportedly suffering financial difficulties, posing a significant challenge to state officials just five years after the passage of President Obama’s signature health care law (Fox News).  Another story notes Obamacare is causing an increase in ER patients (USA Today...

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IRS Working to Stop Targeting Conservatives

From the story:  The report is a follow-up to the inspector general’s 2013 audit, which said agents had inappropriately singled out tea party and other conservative groups for extra scrutiny when they applied for tax-exempt status during the 2010 and 2012 elections (Fox News).

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