#154926
A public square in the Palestinian capital of Ramallah has been rededicated in honor of Dalal Mughrabi, who allegedly led a bus hijacking in 1978 on Israel’s Coastal Highway that killed 38 Israeli civilians, including 13 children, and wounded over 70 more, reported the Palestinian Media Watch.
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#154927
MSNBC hosts and guests reacted with fury over Benjamin Netanyahu's victory on Tuesday night, describing it as "polarizing," a modern "southern strategy" and an appeal to "racism." Appearing on NewsNation, Wednesday, with Tamron Hall, London Professor Fawaz Gerges decried the Israeli Prime Minister's "use of fear, the use of xenophobia and racism against a significant segment of Israeli citizens, warning Jewish voters that Arabs were flooding the polls." 
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#154928
President Barack Obama traced the origins of Islamic State militants back to the presidency of George W. Bush and the invasion of Iraq back in 2003, arguing that its growth was an “unintended consequence” of the war.
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#154929
The real estate mogul will travel to New Hampshire on Thursday.
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#154930
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler's claim that there was no secret order from the Obama administration to pass "net neutrality" rules is at odds with what the White House and Democrats have said, FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai tells Newsmax TV.
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#154931
House Republicans on Wednesday accused the Obama administration of pushing to eliminate some of the key reforms Congress has imposed on the IRS, including prohibitions on lavish conferences and a ban on applying extra scrutiny to groups based on their political beliefs. The proposed IRS budget for 2016...
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#154932
Bill Maher, host of HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher, held a discussion on Friday’s show about Republicans “trying to interfere” with Obama’s negotiations with Iran via an open letter.  Of course, Maher didn’t mention that there are 12 Democrats supporting a tough stance on Iran in addition to the 47 Republican senators that signed the letter. Maher’s panelists were Arianna Huffington, Tom Rogan of National Review, and former CBS investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson. But the toast of the studio was leftist actor Sean Penn, who Maher showered with praise for his international charity work. As always, Penn had some rather incendiary comments to say on matters that pertain to countries run by dictatorship or communist rule, charging those 47 Republicans who signed the letter of “criminal mutiny.”
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#154934
Starbucks is now encouraging baristas to have conversations about race with their customers. Co.Create went to four locations to try it out.
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#154935
I've updated my list of Obamacare criticisms. The complete list can be found at These are the new entries: 307) Obamacare, when combined with Obama's executive amnesty, gives employers a $3,000 ann...
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#154936
The IRS is unable to answer most taxpayers’ calls this year because it’s had to put money into getting up and running for Obamacare, agency Commissioner John Koskinen told Congress on Wednesday.
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#154937
Federal immigration officers released another 30,000 immigrants with criminal records last year, following the 36,000 it released in 2013, the government announced Wednesday — though it promised to take steps to cut down on the problem.
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#154938
When in doubt, blame Bush. President Obama points the finger at former President George W. Bush for the rapid rise of Islamic State terrorists, and says the terrorist group is a consequence of the Iraq war.
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#154939
Long before Michelle Obama became First Lady, her mother had misgivings about her marrying a young man named Barack Obama.
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#154940
"The funniest lines are those that steer very close to the truth."
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#154941
If you are a criminal defendant, it is far better to be a woman than a man. For the same crime, and with a similar criminal history, men in the U.S. are impr...
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#154942
A friend of the court brief supporting Taya Kyle, the widow of Chris Kyle, the American Sniper, was filed yesterday afternoon by TMLC.
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#154943
"Although a lot of us have similar views as he does, we feel like it’s a giant middle finger to us."
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#154945
Jodi Rudoren, the Jerusalem bureau chief for the New York Times, is often criticized as anti-Israel and hostile in particular to conservative Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. In the wake of a tighter-than-expected reelection campaign and Netanyahu's controversial speech to Congress, in which he warned of the dangers of a nuclear Iran, the Times truly "doubled down" on its hostility, accusing the PM of being panicky, power-hungry, and appealing to racism.
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#154946
Why Was CIA Director Petraeus Required to Sign Separation Form If Secretary Clinton Was Not? -
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#154947
Sheryl Sandberg says applying feminism to chores will lead to more sex. The study she cites actually says traditional gender roles lead to more sex.
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#154948
Why has Barack Obama been reluctant to congratulate Bibi Netanyahu for his surprise and smashing electoral victory in this week's Israeli elections, aside from the obvious childish personal enmity?It couldn't be more obvious. Obama - never a gracious man - is seeing the bad handwriting on the wall.  Israel, like America, has a 'silent majority' and they have stood up tall in opposition to  so-called liberalism/progressivism and defeatism against Islamic terror.
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#154949
Obama has been more polite to dictators than to the leader of the only Jewish State.
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#154950
For Scott Walker, the pattern is clear: The man who stood up to his state's most powerful special interest groups is also the man who, when summoned to a cronyfest in Iowa, rolled over on ethanol and then tried to weasel his way out of a flip-flop. The man who proudly ran as a conservative and won three statewide elections in four years against floods of out-of-state money and a storm of media antagonism is the man who fired a campaign aide last night because she once criticized Iowa for its dependence on federal subsidies. The pattern is this: Scott Walker will stand up and fight the special interests, if they're already his sworn political enemies. But when he gets pushed around by a political power broker, or a well-heeled lobby group that's on our side, Walker rolls over. Many conservatives first sensed this pattern in January when Walker, a former staunch opponent of ethanol mandates, travelled to the Iowa Ag Forum and said he wanted to keep the ethanol mandate until the alcohol-based fuel was on a more equal footing with gasoline. (Read: forever.)
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