Saturday, January 9, 2016

Byron York: In Iowa, they love it when Ted Cruz is hated





NRA slams CNN 'Circus'.



O'Malley could be axed from next Dem debate

Sid Blumenthal urged using hurricane to boost Obama's re-election bid...

Obama Misleads, Cites Bogus Data at CNN “Town Hall”



During the president's town hall the other night, President Obama repeatedly mischaracterized the concerns many Americans have pertaining to their gun rights and cited faulty information to further his arguments.





HUNGARIAN LEADER SAYS STOP MIGRANT FLOW TOTALLY









Friday, January 8, 2016

NOONAN: Americans don't want to go way of Europe...



...Mr. Trump touched an important nerve in opposing the political correctness that has angered the American people for a quarter century. He changed the debate when he asked for a pause in Muslim immigration until America “can figure out what’s going on.” In the age of terror, that looked suspiciously like common sense. Americans do not want America to become what Europe is becoming.

You only have to look at what is reported to have happened in Cologne, Germany, on New Year’s Eve to get a sense that Europe’s establishment, with its politically correct thinking, is losing control. Angela Merkel is a great lady and most of her leadership has been sound as a drum, but she will probably lose her job eventually because of her epic miscalculation in accepting more than a million Middle Eastern refugees.

Her decision was no doubt driven by heart and sympathy, but it reminds me of the fall of Margaret Thatcher. In 1989 Thatcher moved to impose a change in the British tax system. This caused resentment and then unrest. She wouldn’t back down, and the next year she fell. Years later she told me what she’d learned. People are afraid, she said; they live closer to the margins than we understand. When you propose a big change you can leave people feeling as if the rug is being pulled from under them. That’s a big thing to learn, and she spoke of it with humility.

She lost her job by being too tough. Ms. Merkel has imperiled hers by being too soft. But the lesson is the same: know how close to the edge people feel, how powerless, and respect their anxiety. Don’t look down on it, and them....

Long line to get into Trump rally "like nothing I've ever seen in Burlington... Not for Phish, not on Free Cone Day," says one demonstrator.





"I don't question Obama's sincerity, I question his sanity."



President Obama spent the week defending his proposals to curb gun violence, culminating in a CNN town hall. Think about that. What else happened during the last few days that might warrant a presidential town hall?

Oh, nothing much:
  • Iranian protestors stormed the Saudi embassy in Tehran after the House of Saud executed a Shiite cleric, escalating sectarian warfare in the Middle East
  • The stock market tumbled on fears of a global economic slowdown
  • A U.S. soldier was killed in action in Afghanistan, where the Taliban controls more ground than at any time since 2001
  • Iran revealed the existence of an underground ballistic missile launch site
  • North Korea detonated a nuclear device
  • A terrorist was foiled in Paris on the anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo massacre
  • We have entered a most dangerous period of the Obama presidency. It’s not just that every rogue actor from Kim and Putin and Castro to Maduro and Khamenei and Xi knows he has one last year to behave badly without fear of reprisal. It’s that the president and his team are isolated, aloof, detached from reality.

Analyst on CNN: I didn't hear Obama talk about putting criminals in jail.





Marco Rubio calls for a second convention of states to amend the Constitution

Krauthammer: Through inaction & appeasement, Obama has assured Tehran it will pay no price for its aggression.

Report: ISIS fighter in Syria executes his mother in front of public audience.



ISIS had accused her of apostasy after her son turned her in, the activists said. She allegedly had been "inciting her son to leave the Islamic State." She wanted to escape with him and told him "that the coalition will kill all members of the organization."

The observatory reported that the victim, al-Qasem, was in her 40s. The activist group Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently reported that she was 35.

Terror arrests in Sacramento and Houston nab two who entered US as Iraqi refugees







Under Gun Rules, F.B.I. Will Receive Health Data

SPIEGEL, Agence France-Presse; Muslim mob cover-up grows..

UPDATE:

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WamS also received information contradicting another official statement by the city police, which said the main intention of the men in Cologne was to steal from passengers and that assault was secondary. However, "what actually happened was the exact opposite," a police officer said on condition of anonymity.

"For the mostly Arabic offenders, sexual assault was the priority, or, to express it from their point of view, their sexual amusement was thepriority. A group of men would encircle a female victim, close the loop, and then start groping the woman," WamS quoted the officer as saying.

The deputy chief of the trade union for police employees (the GdP), Ernst Walter, suggested that the Cologne police's mishandling of the case could cost city police chief Wolfgang Albers his job: "I'm asking myself this," Walter said. "How could the police publish a message on January 1, saying that New Year's celebrations had been peaceful?"

"All these shocking incidents" had become known the same night, he said, adding that officers from the federal police were trying to help women and were worried that "people could have even died."



Thursday, January 7, 2016

Tonight's batch of Clinton emails will contain 45 classified messages











'It Never Goes Away.'









Trump video links Hillary to Bill Cosby and Anthony Weiner



REUTERS ROLLING: TRUMP 41.7%, CRUZ 13.7%, CARSON 10.6%, RUBIO 8.2%

“Hope and change,” Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign is not.



In the latest panicked email from Hillary for America, Campaign Manager Robby Mook says he is “worried” and “annoyed.”
News just broke that Bernie Sanders is outspending us on TV in Iowa and New Hampshire by hundreds of thousands of dollars.

I’m worried, because last-minute ads could cost us this election. And I’m annoyed — because once again, they’re counting on this team staying on the sidelines. …

They’ve got more donors than we do, more contributions than we have, and if they keep up this pace on TV, they’ll be able to get their message out to more people than we can.

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

"All of a sudden, he holds an event where the audience gets to talk and now the event is closed to the public..."





Ted Cruz SURGES to TOP SPOT in California





Rubio surges to 2nd place in latest New Hampshire poll

Southern Calif is getting hit hard with water

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Herman Cain: "Trump can win GOP nomination & the presidency b/c he is attracting a lot of non-traditional & non-establishment voters."







Gallup poll on most important problems facing US: "Immigration ranks in top four for first time in eight years"

The state of Obama's promises