State Department Ignores Christian Slaughter


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Campaigns against Islamophobia, instead.

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2012 Campaign on Full Display at Facebook Town Hall


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More than demonizing Republicans, Obama plans to cyber-stalk voters to win the presidency.

Why Obama’s Transparency Promise Is So Hard to Keep


By now, “Barack Obama Breaks Campaign Promise” is one of the least surprising headlines one expects to see.  But for those just tuning in to the brave new world of Hope & Change, today we’ve got yet another pledge that was apparently not to be.

The other night, Sean Hannity highlighted the president’s following promise, [...]

Cheney Released from Hospital – Washington Times


By ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON (AP) — Former Vice President Dick Cheney left a Washington hospital on Wednesday following a heart attack he suffered earlier in the week. Spokesman Peter Long said Cheney was discharged from George Washington University Hospital and feeling good. “He will resume his normal schedule shortly,” Long said of Cheney, who has […]

“Hey, Let’s Purify the Party from Party Purification. NOH8, haters!” Says Meghan McCain.


Ms. McCain:  talk to me about how “creepy” ideological purity is when you wipe that dogmatic “NOH8” kiddie paint off your face.  Your intellectual inconsistency is showing and it’s definitely not as cute as that airbrushed pap you’re so proud of.
In her current piece for The Daily Beast, she opines the latest in her [...]

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Jonathan Schanzer and Madeleine Morganstern: Rashid Khalidi Headlines Taxpayer-funded Palestinian Fest – Jewish Policy Center


The Palestinian American Research Center (PARC), a U.S. taxpayer-funded organization noted for the virulent anti-Israeli attitudes of its academic members, held a conference in October at George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs. Most of the conference was apolitical, but two lectures in particular raise (again) the question of whether PARC should be the […]