Why Kerry Was Wrong to Rebuke Israel With ‘Apartheid’ Comment

AFP PHOTO/JACQUELYN MARTIN/Newscom Secretary of State John Kerry undiplomatically declared that Israel risks becoming “an apartheid state” if it fails to negotiate a peace agreement with the Palestinian Authority. Josh Rogin of the Daily Beast reported that Kerry made the disparaging remark during a closed-door talk before members of the Trilateral Commission. Kerry told the […]

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Watch Jake Tapper Call Out Obama for Breaking Promise on Genocide

CNN anchor Jake Tapper yesterday highlighted the 99th anniversary of the Armenian genocide in light of President Obama’s broken campaign promise that the U.S. government would make a formal acknowledgment of the atrocities. As a candidate running for president in 2008, Obama promised the Armenian community “that he would use the g-word – genocide – […]

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Gosnell Movie Makers Speak at Heritage About Raising Over $1 Million

Gosnell, a movie in the works about notorious abortionist Kermit Gosnell, has now raised over $1 million through a crowd funding campaign, making it the largest non-celebrity promoted film  of its kind.  The film’s co-producers, Phelim McAleer and Magdelene Segieda, will speak at The Heritage Foundation on Tuesday, April 22nd about the progress. McAleer has said it […]

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Rendering to God What Is God’s

Photo: Getty Images This year tax day falls on Tuesday of the Christian Holy Week—the day on which, according to the Gospel accounts, Jesus was asked about paying taxes to Caesar. Using an age-old political tactic, Jesus’ opponents posed a question that’s answer was sure to alienate some segment of the public. “Is it lawful […]

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NY Times Editor: Obama Administration ‘Most Secretive White House’ in Recent Years

Newscom Jill Abramson, in her third year as the first female executive editor of The New York Times, describes President Obama’s administration as extremely secretive. “The Obama years are a benchmark for a new level of secrecy and control,” Abramson said in an interview with The Takeaway. “It’s created quite a challenging atmosphere for The […]

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IRS Scandal Continues: An IRS Employee Urged People to Reelect Obama

Photo: Getty Images The latest news from the U.S. Office of Special Counsel (OSC) about illegal political activities at the IRS will certainly not help the administration’s (and Representative Elijah Cummings’) current narrative that there is not a “smidgen of corruption” at the IRS. OSC is an independent agency that investigates violations of the civil service […]

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Long Live the ‘Cuban Twitter’

Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images Cubans have lived on an information desert island for more than 50 years. Ten million people, once a vibrant part of the world — in tune with it and contributing to it, receiving information and even immigrants — were cut off soon after Fidel Castro took over in 1959. That the […]

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Study: All But Two Multiple Public Shootings Since 1950 Took Place Where Guns Were Banned

Author and Crime Prevention Research Center Pres. John Lott was interviewed on WMAL’s Morning’s On The Mall with Larry O’Connor and Brian Wilson to discuss the effete policy of gun-free zones.  It’s an issue that’s thrust itself back into the spotlight in the aftermath of the tragic shooting at Fort Hood last night. Once again, […]

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Elane Photography Case Shows Why We Must Fight Against Government Coercion

Elaine Huguenin. (Photo courtesy of Alliance Defending Freedom) Today, the Supreme Court declined to review Elane Photography v. Willock—the famous case involving a photographer who politely declined to tell the story of a same-sex commitment ceremony. While neither affirming nor rejecting the lower court’s ruling, the Supreme Court’s denial of certiorari means a New Mexico […]

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