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Monday, 17 September 2012

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Obama's excuse for Mideast riots masks failure

Washington Examiner

Obama's excuse for Mideast riots masks failure

The White House insists that deadly attacks on U.S. diplomats in Libya and violent protests targeting U.S. facilities in Egypt are entirely the result of an anti-Islamic video. Why would the White House heap blame on the movie — indeed, insist that it is the sole cause of the violence — when officials don’t actually know that to be true? Read & Comment

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White House makes case for 'indefinite detention’

The Blaze

White House makes case for 'indefinite detention’

Less than 24 hours after a federal judge in New York ruled the federal government could not indefinitely detain “suspected” terrorists, the Obama administration asked a court to suspend the ruling. Read & Comment

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Anti-Muslim filmmaker was U.S. govt. informant

The Smoking Gun

Anti-Muslim filmmaker was U.S. govt. informant

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s attempt to distance the U.S. from “Innocence of Muslims” may be complicated by the revelation that Nakoula Basseley Nakoula became a government informant after his 2009 arrest for bank fraud, The Smoking Gun has learned. Read & Comment

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Prince Harry target of Taliban attack

MailOnline

Prince Harry target of Taliban attack

The Taliban have announced that Prince Harry was the main target of an attack last night on his base in Afghanistan, which left two U.S. Marines dead and others injured. Read & Comment

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Mideast chaos, gas-prices spark recession fears

Big Peace

Mideast chaos, gas-prices spark recession fears

Turmoil in the Middle East, the Federal Reserve's decision to devalue the U.S. dollar through a third round of "quantitative easing," and rising oil prices could send the global economy into recession. Read & Comment

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Many Chicago teachers send kids to private schools

Hotair

Many Chicago teachers send kids to private schools

Given the state of public education and that of Chicago, it’s not alien for public school teachers to ship their kids to private institutions. According to The Washington Times in September of 2004, they quoted the Thomas B. Fordham Institute, which found that 39 percent of Chicago teachers chose private schools for their children. Read & Comment

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Samuel L. Jackson to record raunchy Obama ad

New York Post

Samuel L. Jackson to record raunchy Obama ad

They picked the perfect actor for a political ad loaded with f-bombs. Samuel L. Jackson will film a provocative spot supporting President Obama’s re-election bid. Read & Comment

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In the tank: Mideast meltdown exposes media bias

In the tank: Mideast meltdown exposes media bias

Media refused to ask tough questions of President Obama following the death of U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens at the hands of a Libyan mob, and the attack on the U.S. Embassy in Cairo. They showed a different face to Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, coordinating their line of questioning to put him in the worst possible light. Read & Comment

Leading from behind: Obama's foreign policy failure .

9/11: 'The price of liberty is eternal vigilance' .

DNC 2012: 'We're all in this together' .

Narcissist in chief: Obama leads march of the 'Me' generation .

 

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Anti-Muslim filmmaker was U.S. govt. informant .

Teen arrested in Chicago car-bomb attempt .

Prince Harry target of Taliban attack .

Mideast chaos, gas-prices spark recession fears .

Many Chicago teachers send kids to private schools .

Samuel L. Jackson to record raunchy Obama ad .

Black flag flies over U.S. Embassy in Tunisia .

Cries of 'Allahu Akbar' ring through Jerusalem .

Obama's political fate may be decided by a mob .

Imagine media reaction if Mitt made 'ally' gaffe .

Adviser: Libya doesn't happen if Mitt is president .

N.D. State evacuated over bomb threat .

Bomb threat empties campus at Univ. of Texas .

Marines deployed to protect embassy in Yemen .

Smoke, gunfire, chaos at U.S. Embassy in Tunis .

Mobs storm British, German embassies in Sudan .

Obama claims 'biblical call' to give foreign aid .

 

 
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