Saturday, January 30, 2016
Friday, January 29, 2016
Last of four events today—here's the crowd for Marco Rubio in Dubuque. pic.twitter.com/NNs4OYJDuH— Alexandra Jaffe (@ajjaffe) January 30, 2016
Report: Some of Hillary's Emails 'Too Damaging' to National Security to Release UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES
MORE: The State Department was supposed to publish 9,000 new Clinton emails. It managed just 1,000 tonight https://t.co/yMYqcNjMZ5— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) January 30, 2016
The AP has learned that 7 Clinton email chains are being withheld for containing 'top secret' material: https://t.co/TuW7B1xJTh— The Associated Press (@AP) January 29, 2016
Report: Some of Hillary's Emails 'Too Damaging' to National Security to Release UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES https://t.co/l6qI8Nrq6A— Jeff Dunetz (@yidwithlid) January 30, 2016
State Department declares an entire Sid Blumenthal memo to be classified. https://t.co/4mFiVXpAWq— Byron Tau (@ByronTau) January 30, 2016
State Dept. delays emails until after first primary states...— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) January 29, 2016
Another Friday night Hillary Email Dump – minus the 22 Top Secret ones https://t.co/GY98BCLck1— Legal Insurrection (@LegInsurrection) January 30, 2016
So secret that it cannot be released, even now. Remember: she said there was no classified material in her emails. https://t.co/UDxYvcNkxe— Brit Hume (@brithume) January 30, 2016
To repeat: Information is not classified because it's marked it's marked because it's classified. Meaningless that HRC's emails not marked.— Brit Hume (@brithume) January 30, 2016
ISSA: FBI 'WOULD LIKE TO INDICT HUMA AND HILLARY'... https://t.co/flvazufmrb— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) January 29, 2016
Fixed: Hillary figures the Russians and Chinese already have her emails, so why not release the Top Secret stuff https://t.co/MnDf8GVlwD— Legal Insurrection (@LegInsurrection) January 30, 2016
BECAUSE SHE WASNT TRANSPARENT AND WE ONLY FOUND OUT ABOUT IT MY CHANCE! https://t.co/fZsHCAneEX— Richard Grenell (@RichardGrenell) January 30, 2016
HALPERIN: FBI will likely interview Hillary... https://t.co/REaSRx2Lnl— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) January 29, 2016
HALPERIN: FBI will likely interview Hillary... https://t.co/REaSRx2Lnl— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) January 29, 2016
Chelsea Clinton Fundraiser for Mom Charged $2700 for a Cycling Class. It Was Poorly Attended. https://t.co/75tn6AyWDr— Independent Journal (@Independent_Pol) January 29, 2016
STEADY: 12.5 MILLION WATCH FOXNEWS DEBATE... https://t.co/9Dp98ZcVIG— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) January 29, 2016
Obama Hijacks Holocaust Memorial Event to Talk Up Muslims https://t.co/1ZCmRqimvD— Daniel Greenfield (@Sultanknish) January 28, 2016
Thursday, January 28, 2016
You can use this link to watch Donald Trump's Event live tonight starting at 9pm est: https://t.co/MYiaaWND1C— MARK SIMONE (@MarkSimoneNY) January 28, 2016
35 years ago today, President Reagan welcomed home the freed American hostages from Iran pic.twitter.com/ww38WGM7e6— Reagan Foundation (@ronaldreagan40) January 27, 2016
"Despite a $9-billion investment in new light rail and subway lines, Metro now has fewer boardings than it did three decades ago, when buses were the county's only transit option."
CNN's Broadcasting Trump's Wounded Warrior Event During Fox News Debate https://t.co/0Y9UNNVLOq— slone (@slone) January 28, 2016
Trump announces veterans charity event to air on CNN... https://t.co/xVTa2QsjTF— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) January 28, 2016
THE ANTI-TRUMP NETWORK: Trump’s boycott of Fox News debate splinters right-wing media https://t.co/6i9vVb6C6F— slone (@slone) January 28, 2016
Lunch between French and Iranian leaders CANCELLED after President Hollande refused to take wine off the menu
Lunch between French and Iranian leaders CANCELLED after President Hollande refused to take wine off the menu https://t.co/emcRiXUKJq— Josh Rogin (@joshrogin) January 28, 2016
Weapons sales triple overnight
Republican candidates must be looking forward to tonight's debate. Speaking without Donald getting all attention. Aim for independents.— Rupert Murdoch (@rupertmurdoch) January 28, 2016
"They left a vacuum... They left it vacant," and now "Trump has come in and he's walked off with Middle America." https://t.co/sljKd7FUkg— Tim Carney (@TPCarney) January 28, 2016
The clock runs out on Al Gore's doomsday prediction on manmade global warning... https://t.co/jhZFsrwduT— WND News (@worldnetdaily) January 27, 2016
Ten years ago, Rush Limbaugh started a countdown clock after Al Gore reportedly claimed there were only 10 years left to save the world from the ravages of global warming.
...For 10 years, the Al Gore “Armageddon” clock counted down at Rush Limbaugh’s website, heading toward its expiration at midnight Tuesday.
And it looks like civilization still is here.
“Well, here we are and nothing’s changed,” scoffed Limbaugh on Tuesday’s program. “It isn’t any hotter than it was.”
Limbaugh said he’s still working on what he and his team will do when the clock officially hits zero as they hadn’t thought about it until this week.
“What do we do when the thing hits zero?” he joked. “We started this 10 years ago, who thinks 10 years down the road, other than we knew that Gore was full of it and that whatever he was saying wasn’t gonna happen, wasn’t gonna be true.”...
There will not be a so-called "undercard" debate when the Republican presidential candidates meet three days ahead of the New Hampshire primary, according to CBS News.
Citing unnamed sourced, a reporter for CBS said on Twitter that there would be no undercard event at the GOP debate hosted by ABC News on Feb. 6. The New Hampshire primary takes place on Feb. 9.
Chris Matthews scoffs at idea of Trump-less Fox debate: Who is going to tune in to watch two Cubans? https://t.co/dq0plFXR6u— T. Becket Adams (@BecketAdams) January 27, 2016
...A lieutenant-colonel in World War II, Eichmann was chief of the Jewish office of the Gestapo and participated in the Wannsee Conference in Berlin in 1942 at which the “final solution” for the Jews was decided on. He and his staff were given responsibility for transporting Jews from all over Europe to the death camps, mainly in Poland, where they were gassed. Historians estimated that 5.5 to 6 million Jews were murdered in the Holocaust.
Eichmann remained at his post until the war’s final days. Escaping from a prisoner of war camp, he fled to his native Austria. In 1950 he immigrated with his family to Argentina, using false papers. The Mossad discovered his whereabouts in Buenos Aires in 1960 and snatched him on a street near his home, where he was living under a false name. Flown to Israel, he was put on trial in Jerusalem, an event that brought the enormity of the Holocaust home to many around the world. In June 1962, the court’s verdict was carried out by hanging, the only death sentence ever carried out in Israel. His body was cremated and his ashes scattered at sea.
Eichmann’s plea for mercy was handwritten in German and addressed to Israel’s then-president, Yitzhak Ben-Zvi, who rejected it.
“There is a need to draw a line between the leaders responsible and the people like me forced to serve as mere instruments in the hands of the leaders,” Eichmann said in his letter. “I detest as the greatest of crimes the horrors which were perpetrated against the Jews and think it right that the initiators of these terrible deeds will stand trial before the law now and in the future.”...
Wednesday, January 27, 2016
Cruz invites Trump to a one-on-one debate Saturday night in Sioux City and suggests Limbaugh, Hannity, or Levin moderate.
Cruz invites Trump to a one-on-one debate Saturday night in Sioux City and suggests Limbaugh, Hannity, or Levin moderate.— Michael Calderone (@mlcalderone) January 28, 2016
Ted Cruz reserves venue for proposed one-on-one debate Saturday with Donald Trump https://t.co/LsC3xL4iNj— Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) January 28, 2016
"On day one we repeal every single one of Barack Obama's unconstitutional executive orders... " - @MarcoRubio
The Conservative Case for Ted Cruz https://t.co/pOwegMJy9A— Legal Insurrection (@LegInsurrection) January 27, 2016
"Compared with just seven months ago, the state now estimates it will receive $5.9 billion in unexpected new revenue. This windfall is clear evidence that the state does not 'need' to increase taxes to fund essential services."
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Rudy Giuliani: "I believe [Trump]'s making a mistake in not showing up for the debate. He should be in that debate." pic.twitter.com/XSAmKhD2T6— Fox News (@FoxNews) January 27, 2016
The grand jury investigating Planned Parenthood decided to indict the people who made the infamous videos instead
The grand jury investigating Planned Parenthood decided to indict the people who made the infamous videos instead https://t.co/D08I9lOtIT— The New York Times (@nytimes) January 26, 2016
BREAKING: Houston grand jury investigating fetal tissue videos declines to indict Planned Parenthood, indicts videographers instead. #txlege— Brian M. Rosenthal (@brianmrosenthal) January 25, 2016
I'm a bit baffled as to how you indict the buyer, but not the seller, of a product that allegedly doesn't even exist https://t.co/4DRhBxX4tg— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) January 25, 2016
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California pays around 59 cents on the gallon in gasoline taxes. This is higher than 46 other states.
"...The Founders of America bequeathed us a Constitution designed to limit executive power and provide important protections to citizens against the coercive power of the state. Obama has assaulted those protections at every turn, ignoring Congress and governing partly by executive fiat, partly by the alphabet soup of regulatory preemption, i.e., through the instrumentality of unelected bureaucrats who have enormous power over you but are almost wholly unaccountable.”
Inside the Media’s Myth-Making Machine: Donald Trump Promises to Fire the American People https://t.co/Ma0MlXYywl— Roger Kimball (@rogerkimball) January 26, 2016
Former Texas Governor Rick Perry endorses Ted Cruz https://t.co/gjsAQ29I51— Mark R. Levin (@marklevinshow) January 25, 2016
Celebrities endorsing Republican presidential candidates https://t.co/7ZWvVgQb72— slone (@slone) January 26, 2016
Conservatives are fairly asking what the GOP has won for them in the Obama era. Here's a truncated list
Conservatives are fairly asking what the GOP has won for them in the Obama era. Here's a truncated list https://t.co/LDJP4tSoW8— Noah Rothman (@NoahCRothman) January 26, 2016
“Under President Obama, Democrats have lost 900+ state legislature seats, 12 governors, 69 House seats, 13 Senate seats,” GOP strategist Rory Cooper observed. “That’s some legacy.”
The nation’s fed up GOP voters will be quick to tell you that electoral victories don’t matter to them if they do not yield any measurable achievements, which is perfectly fair. What is not fair is how they quantify those achievements. For those farsighted conservatives who measure the pace of American political evolution over the course of generations, the devastation the Obama era has wrought to the Democratic Party should warm the cockles. “The absence of up-and-coming Democrats is evident in Washington, here the party leadership in Congress consists largely of aging veterans,” the New York Times reported. “The average age of the three top Democratic leaders in the House is 75, while the three most senior Republican leaders – with the new speaker of the House, Paul D. Ryan – average 48 years old.” Under Obama, a generation of Democrats who might have risen through the ranks in red and purple states was wiped out. Those are change agents who will never reach maturity and won’t be guiding their states or their country to the left.
...Republicans have prevented and paid grave political prices for blocking retributive legislation aimed at curtailing the fictitious scourge of gender payment disparities resulting from gross sexism. Along with centrist Democrats, they foiled unnecessary gun control legislation, which would have only had the effect of soothing Democratic nerves and not in reducing gun violence. They have provided a check on the Democratic Party that would rewrite the First Amendment to the Constitution to prevent institutions with which they disagree from engaging in political speech. After winning control of both chambers, the Republican Party forced Barack Obama to veto the repeal of the Affordable Care Act – demonstrating its frailty and highlighting how Democrats and Republicans alike are deeply dissatisfied with the law as it is presently constructed.
For the press, the headlines have written themselves. “GOP blocks bill to stop terrorists from buying guns”; “GOP blocks minimum wage, sick leave proposals”; “Senate GOP blocks Paycheck Fairness Act for the second time”; “Obama: GOP blocked 500 bills.” For serving as the firewall voters wanted, Republicans get no credit from their core supporters. They are, however, on the receiving end of all the condemnation the left can muster. Theirs is a thankless task.
New N.H. poll puts Rubio in 4th barely ahead of Bush and Christie: https://t.co/kHVIqQbXEI— Daniel Larison (@DanielLarison) January 26, 2016
When in history has an epidemic become so alarming that a nation urges its people not to have kids for 2 years? https://t.co/oWr7LmwuXX— Paul Blake (@PaulNBlake) January 26, 2016
MORE: Tom DeLay says FBI sources tell him they're going public if Hillary Clinton isn't indicted https://t.co/QbAmCo5Oix— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) January 25, 2016
Capitulation in progress: Rome covered nude statues during visit of Iran president Hassan Rouhani https://t.co/6ke9YCkLEE— TwitchyTeam (@TwitchyTeam) January 26, 2016
Monday, January 25, 2016
Town Hall Participant Suggests Question Fed to Him: 'I Can See Why They Gave You This Question' https://t.co/NVzfJs9WR5— The Weekly Standard (@weeklystandard) January 26, 2016
CNN fed Democratic candidates the audiences questions beforehand https://t.co/yqQc9HoXSo— ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ (@DefendWallSt) January 26, 2016
Tax-raisers claim Prop. 13 blocks home construction, but new home construction actually contributes $38.6 billion to the California economy and supports 209,000 jobs.
People in states with high property/sales taxes pay $100,000 more in their lifetime than their neighboring states. https://t.co/jj2zZVugLk— HJTA.org (@HJTA) January 22, 2016
Sunday, January 24, 2016
No injuries reported after 7.1M earthquake hits Alaska overnight https://t.co/TkgrB6RSEp— KING 5 News (@KING5Seattle) January 24, 2016
Magnitude-6.8 earthquake knocks items off shelves and walls in south-central Alaska: https://t.co/ZkfzILfn3h— ABC News (@ABC) January 24, 2016
Earlier this week:
Walls damaged after 6.4-magnitude earthquake hit Menyuan County in NW China's Qinghai. No casualties reported pic.twitter.com/p3leUHYQJw— China Xinhua News (@XHNews) January 21, 2016
Earthquake shakes Northern Virginia... https://t.co/9dIhVERQ6B— SavageNation (@SavageNation) January 17, 2016