Pat-Downs and Pumpkin Pie

Pat-downs and body scanners seem to be keeping some from getting in the Thanksgiving spirit this week. As if the security lines weren’t bad enough during the busiest time of the year to fly, travelers are now faced with the invasive screening measures. Seniors speculate how to get out of their wheelchairs to walk through […]

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Our Economy Can’t Afford More GM “Success” Stories

Celebrating the company’s Wednesday initial public offering, President Barack Obama last night called his government takeover of General Motors a “success story.” “American taxpayers are now positioned to recover more than my administration invested in GM,” he said. Left unsaid is the fact that if the Obama Administration keeps selling their GM stock at the […]

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Defiant North Korea Reveals Covert Uranium Nuclear Facility

Pyongyang revealed a covert facility for enriching uranium to a visiting U.S. scientist last week. Dr. Siegfried Hecker, former head of the Los Alamos nuclear laboratory, stated he was shown a vast plant containing “hundreds and hundreds” of centrifuges—North Korea claimed 2,000—controlled by an “ultra modern control room.” The discovery affirms a U.N. report released […]

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Prime Minister Harper on Antisemitism

Ottawa, Canada – Prime Minister Stephen Harper says he is prepared to suffer any political backlash that comes his way for speaking out against anti-Israel rhetoric. Harper told an audience Monday that while Israel is receptive to fair criticism, Canada is obligated to stand up for its ally when it comes under attack from others. […]

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Apologist for Hamas: See No Evil, Hear No Evil

Some people say that Mussolini’s fascist government made the trains run on time. But they cannot disguise or excuse the ugly nature of the regime and what it stood for. Ever since the Gaza war, biased journalists have been looking for ways to whitewash the terrorist Hamas regime in Gaza. The latest example comes from Susan Taylor Martin, Senior […]

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Decision Points by George W. Bush

November 9, 2010 Decision Points is the extraordinary account of America’s 43rd president. Shattering the conventions of political autobiography, George W. Bush offers a strikingly candid journey through the defining decisions of his life. In gripping, never-before-heard detail, President Bush brings readers inside the Texas Governor’s Mansion on the night of the hotly contested 2000 […]

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Interview: The Rabbi in the California Senate Race

by Fern Sidman, INN NY Correspondent A conversation with Rabbi Nachum Shifren: So, what’s a nice Orthodox rabbi doing in California politics? According to TEA Party candidate, Rabbi Nachum Shifren (R), “I’ve thrown my hat in the political ring and am running for the California State Senate in the 26th district because like many others, […]

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