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Celebrities Jump on Fashion Designer Boycott over Gays and IVF

Though gay, the designers believe children should come naturally from a father and a mother (ABC News).  From Gabbana on the Elton John reaction: “…you preach understanding, tolerance and then you attack others? Only because someone has a different opinion? Is this a democratic or enlightened way of thinking? This is ignorance, because he ignores the fact that others might have a different opinion and that theirs is as worthy of respect as his” (Corriere).  Elton John was caught holding a Dolce and Gabbana shopping bag just a day after announcing the boycott (Daily Mail).

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Netanyahu Awarded Third Term

After his party secured what the story called “a resounding and surprising victory” (Fox News).  So much for the prediction of a close election, and even a Netanyahu loss (Jerusalem Post).  One story notes “The results came as something of a shock, after exit polls published Tuesday night showed a stronger showing for Zionist Union and Meretz. As votes were counted through the night, however, Likud’s decisive victory became clearer” (Times of Israel).  Another story claims Netanyahu “dragged himself from the jaws of defeat in the final days of a difficult campaign” (Times of Israel).  This didn’t make Obama happy (Politisite).  Nor CNN (Breitbart), among others (Hot Air).  Reuters worries this means Netanyahu “could remain a thorn in Obamas [sic] side” (Reuters).  The bitter New York Times complained he “offended many voters and alienated allies in the process” (NY Times).  As of yesterday, the Times had him losing (NY Times).  A look at his impressive comeback (NY Post).

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US Gave to Countries Who Then Gave to Clinton Foundation

A closer look at the clear conflicts of interest (NRO).  Meanwhile, on her email scandal, the Wall Street Journal points out “Whether or not Mrs. Clinton violated a State Department rule, her admitted destruction of more than 30,000 emails sure looks like obstruction of justice—a serious violation of the criminal law” (WSJ).

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Hezbollah and Iran Excluded from US Terror Report

The story notes “The report has excluded Iran and Hezbollah from its list of terror threats to U.S. interests, after both had been included as threats in previous years” (Daily Star).  Meanwhile, Iraqi forces are struggling in their battle with ISIS (Washington Post).  And Hugh Hewitt spoke defense spending with Governor Bobby Jindal, Congressman Mike Kelly and Congressman Steve Stivers (Hugh Hewitt).

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Iran Calls Congressional Letter “Propaganda Ploy”

They know a few things about propaganda (Fox News).  Michael Barone points out “The letter in question, spearheaded by freshman Tom Cotton, simply pointed out that any agreement signed by President Obama but not approved by Congress would not be binding on the next president. That shouldn’t be controversial” (Townhall).

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