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French Claim Assad Still Using Chemical Weapons in Syria

Laurent Fabuis French leaders announced that there are significant reasons to believe that Syrian forces continue to use chemical weapons on their own citizenry in its effort to crack down on opposition targets. Appearing on the Europe 1 radio show this weekend, French President Francois Hollande indicated his government had "a few elements of information" that government […]

Bundy Standoff: A Symptom of Increasing Authoritarianism

article-2603026-1D0F7D3E00000578-422_634x350 The nation's attention has for the past few weeks been riveted by a standoff in Nevada between armed federal agents and the Bundys, a ranching family who believe the federal government is exceeding its authority by accessing "fees" against ranchers who graze cattle on government lands. Outrage over the government's use of armed agents to […]

First Anniversary of Boston Bombing Jihad – Refusing to Name the Enemy is Anything but Strong

Boston Marathon Bombing The first-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon jihad bombing was marked by a notable and predictable absence. All the observances, commemorations and coverage studiously avoided mentioning why the attack happened in the first place: There was no mention of jihad. In all of the pomp, tribute, memorials and wall-to-wall coverage of this terrible anniversary, everyone […]

The Left’s Hypocritical Tolerance

inigo montoya tolerance The left uses the word tolerance as one of its most effective weapons. Employing the Alinsky tactic of using an opponent's values against them, they have conditioned society to believe that any opposition to their left wing agenda is "intolerant," and, therefore, it should be rejected. It has proven to be a very effective tactic […]

Colorado Ready to Ban Red Light Cameras

red-light-camera The Colorado state legislature is considering doing away with a major source of revenue for many cities and towns — and a major headache for motorists — by banning red-light and photo-radar cameras. The bill has bipartisan support, but police and some city leaders oppose the move, saying red-light cameras make intersections safer while providing […]

Obamacare Deadline Extended by Several States Again

Obamacare_crop Obamacare enrollment isn't over for everyone. Hawaii and Washington, D.C. announced another delay Wednesday, joining a handful of other states who already pushed back their deadlines. Most states that have extended their enrollment deadlines are those with ongoing technological problems with their online exchanges — a consolation prize for state residents in return for their […]