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  • Immigration move roils Nevada

    Sun Nov 23 15:00:03 2014 | Source: The Hill

    Reid will try to maximize political benefits in advance of a tough reelection bid.
  • U.S. troops to remain in Baltics, Poland next year

    Sun Nov 23 18:48:25 2014 | Source: Reuters

    VILNIUS (Reuters) - The United States will keep troops in Poland and the Baltic states for at least the next year as tensions with Russia remain, the commander of U.S. land forces in Europe said on Sunday.
  • Obama to Republican critics on immigration: 'Pass a bill'

    Sun Nov 23 17:29:05 2014 | Source: Reuters

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama shrugged off criticism of his executive action on immigration with a challenge to House of Representatives Republicans: if you don't like it, do something.






  • Republican-led report debunks Benghazi theories, accusations

    Sun Nov 23 17:07:06 2014 | Source: CNN

    An investigative report prepared by the House Intelligence Committee finds little to support questions raised about CIA actions on the ground in Benghazi, Libya, the night of a deadly 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound.
  • Gruber contradicts Obama's Obamacare promise

    Sun Nov 23 17:06:54 2014 | Source: CNN

    In recent comments by one of the men who helped draft Obamacare, MIT economist Jonathan Gruber, contradicts promises the President made when crafting the law.
  • Recalling Rockefeller

    Sun Nov 23 15:50:52 2014 | Source: Real Clear Politics

    George Will, National Review
    Seen through the prism of subsequent national experience, Nelson Rockefeller resembles a swollen post-war automobile — a land yacht with tail fins, a period piece, bemusing and embarrassing. He remains, however, instructive. Richard Norton Smith, a biographer as talented as he is industrious, could not have known, when he began his labors 14 years ago, that publication of his On His Own Terms: A Life of Nelson Rockefeller would coincide with the curtain rising on a presidential campaign to which Rockefeller’s story is pertinent. It illuminates today’s two-party dynamic.
  • Bill Cosby's Reputation Unravels

    Sun Nov 23 15:48:55 2014 | Source: Real Clear Politics

    Caitlin Flanagan, New York Daily News
    I'm an Anita/Juanita person, by which I mean I believed both Anita Hill about Clarence Thomas and Juanita Broaddrick about Bill Clinton. You would think there would be a lot of us — women who are constitutionally inclined to believe other women's specific and detailed accounts of sexual misconduct by powerful men — but the truth is more complicated. In both of those cases, willingness to accept the truth of the women's stories often depended on the listener's politics.
  • Emails Show WH Tried to Muzzle Sharyl Attkisson

    Sun Nov 23 15:48:02 2014 | Source: Real Clear Politics

    Ed Morrissey, Hot Air
    Readers can thank Judicial Watch for prying the latest embarrassing documents out of the Obama administration, as part of its effort to uncover the full story behind Operation Fast & Furious. Last night’s document dump deals with a related matter — the attempt to keep the media at bay and spin the news to the best advantage of Barack Obama and outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder. The DoJ provided another set of documents, totaling more than 42,000 pages, under court order to JW on November 18th, and they make it clear that the White House took it upon themselves to pressure CBS...
  • The Rise, Fall, and Rise of Marion Barry

    Sun Nov 23 15:47:16 2014 | Source: Real Clear Politics

    Bart Barnes, Washington Post
    Marion Barry Jr., the Mississippi sharecropper’s son and civil rights activist who served three terms as mayor of the District of Columbia, survived a drug arrest and jail sentence, and then came back to win a fourth term as the city’s chief executive, died around midnight Saturday at United Medical Center in Washington. He was 78.
  • How to Fix America's Foreign Policy

    Sun Nov 23 15:46:07 2014 | Source: Real Clear Politics

    Anne-Marie Slaughter, New Republic
    Henry Kissinger’s new book should be read as a salvo in the ongoing foreign policy struggle for Barack Obama’s soul. It is a book of many parts, but the final third portrays the United States since the cold war as an “ambivalent superpower” oscillating between the “realism” of Theodore Roosevelt and the “idealism” of Woodrow Wilson—a deft and deceptive manipulation of history. In a book in which Kissinger repeatedly praises the craft and subtle strategies of statesmen through the ages, from Richelieu to Metternich, it is impossible to...

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