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  • Ron Johnson
    Senate RINOs cosponsor bill to extend Obamacare subsidies to 2017
    In the midterm elections in November 2014, the American people spoke at the ballot box with unparalleledclarity. Their vote — to shift the balance of power in the Senate to the Republicans —was a repudiation of Barack Obama’s...
  • Dwight Eisenhower's Food for Peace program
    Eisenhower's Food for Peace at work in Ukraine
    The war in the Ukraine has created a hunger emergency for thousands of civilians. A program started way back by President Dwight Eisenhower has started coming to the rescue.The U.S. Food for Peace program has donated US $ 3 million in supplies to...
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    Kathy Kristansen for Village Trustee
    Kathleen Kristansen is running for Village Trustee on the Revitalize Brockport line in the upcoming election in the Village of Brockport.The election for one Trustee to complete a term to June 30, 2017 will be held on Tuesday, June, 16, 2015. The...
  • Hillary Clinton
    The Hill on Hillary: ‘Gun control advocates have high hopes’
    The Hill is reporting this morning that “gun control advocates have high hopes for Hillary Clinton’s presidential run, viewing her as an ally who can finish the push for tightened background checks that has stalled in President Obama...
  • ISIS
    Video: Muslim students at Brooklyn College praise Allah for ISIS
    A video posted Wednesday to YouTube shows Muslim students at Brooklyn College praising Allah for the rise of ISIS, the militant Islamist group that has taken large areas of Syria and Iraq. Pamela Geller said there were Arabic calls of praise as...
  • UNRWA brings aid to refugees
    Yarmouk: an update on the hunger emergency
    The UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) said today it's still desperately trying to gain access to the Yarmouk refugee camp in Syria. The camp, home to Palestinian refugees, has been caught in the crossfire of the Syrian Civil War. Earlier this...
  • Hartford Courant's fate?
    Courant cartoonist takes personal hatred, frustration out on gun owners
    One of The Hartford Courant’s resident haters is at it again, relying on his longtime M.O. of insulting Connecticut gun rights advocates. Cartoonist Bob Englehart’s depiction of a Connecticut Citizen Defense League member as a slob and...
  • Loretta Lynch
    Senate confirms Lynch as AG, but will she set a new tone?
    By a 56-43 vote today, Loretta Lynch was confirmed as the first African American woman to serve as United States Attorney General, and according to the New York Times, she has promised to improve the Justice Department’s relationship with...
  • background checks
    Reality v. emotion in Oregon gun control hearing
    Yesterday’s marathon public hearing in Salem on the proposed “universal background check” measure being considered by the Oregon legislature produced plenty of rhetoric but probably changed few minds on either side of the debate...
  • Feed the World Bill of Rights
    Feed the World announces testing for glyphosate in water, urine and breast milk
    The international Feed the World project is providing a process whereby people can have their water, urine or breast milk tested for glyphosate residues. The Feed the World project was launched today by director Henry Rowlands and documentary...
  • Dieseltec
    Gay rights supporter to Christian business owner: Invest in bulletproof vests
    On Wednesday, USA Today reported that Dieseltec, a shop in Grandville, Michigan owned by Brian Klawiter, a Christian who does not support gay marriage, was targeted with vandalism and death threats from gay rights supporters. Klawiter played some...
  • WFP brings food aid to South Sudan
    Oxfam warns about South Sudan crisis
    The charity Oxfam is warning that South Sudan has reached a breaking point as conflict and a collapsed economy take their toll. A severe hunger crisis could threaten over 3 million people by June.The war between the government and opposition...
  • Wisconsin's Scott Walker
    Has Scott Walker begun to channel Barbara Jordan's immigration concerns?
    When she chaired President Clinton's immigration reform commission, the late Barbara Jordan laid it out in very simple language:A credible immigration policy that includes deportations is one that benefits our nation, not the rest of the world...
  • The green apocalypse that never happens
    The green apocalypse that never happens
    Ever since the first Earth Day in 1970 environmental writers have been predicting apocalyptic disasters. By my count none of these have happened. Take a guess why? I submit that capitalism is great for the environment. Forget silly notions like...
  • Florida Everglades
    Obama: The nation's 'phony' environmentalist in chief
    Environmentalists worthy of the name are all too familiar with this quote from Earth Day founder Gaylord Nelson:"In this country, it is phony to say, 'I am for the environment but against limiting immigration.' It's just a fact...
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