Monthly Archives: April, 2015

Giuliani: Decades of Liberal Democratic Rule Hasn’t Helped Baltimore

Former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani said three decades of liberal Democrats running Baltimore have done little to help the plight of minorities. Demonrats destroy all they touch. Giuliani said he was able to bring communities such as Washington Heights back to prosperity after a riot in 1992 and a blackout in 1999.

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Florida files ObamaCare lawsuit

Florida has filed a lawsuit charging the Obama administration is trying to force it to expand Medicaid under ObamaCare. Attorney General Pam Bondi filed suit Tuesday in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Florida.

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IRS watchdog recovers thousands of missing Lois Lerner emails

Tuesday, the Treasury’s Inspector General for Tax Administration notified the Senate Finance Committee that they have recovered thousands of Lois Lerner emails that were not previously produced to Congress, committee members told Fox News.

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Report: Baltimore mayor ordered police to stand down

Although Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, denied it, a senior law enforcement source charges that she gave an order for police to stand down as riots broke out Monday night, raising more questions about whether some of the violence and looting could have been prevented.

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Goodbye Holder: The legacy he leaves behind

Eric Holder is no longer attorney general. Monday, recently confirmed, Loretta Lynch was sworn into office. This left the door open for Holder’s exit. But in his years as attorney general, what did he accomplish?

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House bill calls for developing new weapons in response to Russian treaty violation

The House Armed Services Committee approved legislation last week that would require the Pentagon to deploy new weapons in two years to counter Russia’s violation of the 1987 Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty.

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GAO – DOE’s green energy loans won’t make a profit

The Energy Department’s green energy loan program is actually expected to lose money despite media reports that such loans would net the government a profit. The GAO says the DOE’s oft-touted $28 billion loan program will cost taxpayers $2.21 billion over the lifetime of the loans. Not only that, the costs to taxpayers for green …

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Baltimore mayor under fire over ‘destroy’ remarks, response to riots

What better way to destroy a nation, to have blacks and whites fighting each other? And when it’s the police, it even furthers the liberal agenda. Sure, it’s questionable as to why the man died, but encouraging the rioting is a disgrace. Our elected officials should be keeping the peace.

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UK: Madeleine McCann’s parents win libel payout

A Portuguese court has awarded the parents of missing Madeleine McCann damages of £357,000 after a libel case. Kate and Gerry McCann sued ex-police chief Goncalo Amaral, who led the search for their daughter, following claims he made about them in his book.

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Saudi-led airstrikes target Shiite rebels across Yemen, hit weapons cache in capital

Yemeni security officials say Saudi-led airstrikes have targeted Shiite rebels across the country and struck a weapons depot in the capital, rocking nearby residential areas. Monday’s airstrikes in Sanaa hit Fag Atan mountain, where at least 38 people were killed when similar air raids last week flattened nearby homes, burying residents under the rubble. Officials …

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