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JULY 7, 2014 BY ALLAHPUNDIT - HotAir.com
I’m two weeks late on this and wouldn’t have noticed it at all had the key bit not been quoted in this weekend’s NYT op-ed on the (potential) great Hillary/neoconservative alliance.
But it should be noticed.
The shortcomings of President Obama as a statesman are numerous and obvious. He may be the worst foreign policy president in my lifetime, surpassing even the inept Jimmy Carter. Almost any one of the serious 2016 presidential candidates in either of our major parties would be an improvement over the incumbent commander-in-chief.
The glaring exception is the junior senator from Kentucky. His foreign policy views, steeped as they are in the crackpot theories that inform his father’s worldview, are so ill-conceived that were he to win the nomination, Republican voters seriously concerned with national security would have no responsible recourse other than to vote for Hillary Clinton.
The Chris McDaniel campaign’s effort to pore through ballot books in Mississippi’s 84 counties in an effort to find some 6,900 voters who cast ballots illegally in the June 24 GOP primary runoff – an illegal vote would be from someone who had voted in the Democrat primary on the June 3 election date and then crossed over to vote in the Republican runoff on the 24th – has apparently been successful. At least, that’s what a tweet from GotNews.com’s Charles Johnson says…
by Pat Buchanan | Monday July 7, 2014
WASHINGTON — Increasingly, across this city, the “I” word is being heard.
Impeachment is being brought up by Republicans outraged over Barack Obama’s usurpations of power and unilateral rewriting of laws. And Obama is taunting John Boehner and the GOP: “So sue me.”
Democrats are talking impeachment to rally a lethargic base to come out and vote this fall to prevent Republicans from taking control of the Senate, and with it the power to convict an impeached president.
Still, Republicans should drop the talk of impeachment.
For the GOP would gain nothing and risk everything if the people began to take seriously their threats to do to Barack Obama what Newt Gingrich’s House did to Bill Clinton.
The retail giant Costco Wholesale has issued an order to remove all copies of Dinesh D’Souza’s bestselling book, “America: Imagine the World Without Her,” from the shelves of its stores nationwide, WND has confirmed.
So, here is the continuation of the caption game. Post a caption on this photo, and I'll choose which I think is the funniest come Saturday. The one I choose repeats this task with an image of their choosing on Sunday and a winner of their choosing the following Saturday. Remember, failure to continue the game will result in an automatic vote being cast for a Democrat or RINO in your name.
p.s. I totally ripped the picture off from go213mph.
At the Native Roots Apothecary, a discreet marijuana shop in a grand old building in Denver's busy 16th street shopping mall, business is so brisk that customers are given a number before taking a seat to wait their turn.
There are young men in ball caps, nervous-looking professionals in suits, and the frail and elderly. Staff say customers have been flocking to their outlets since Colorado voted to allow recreational pot use for adults from January.
As you read, let's not over look the underlying issues of the CAUSES of the man made drought. For years now, *saboturs and their gullible dupes are masquerading as EnVIronmentaList and are having many multi-billion dollar dams torn out across the country at your tax payer expense.
Thanks to our wounderFOUL media you rarely, if ever, hear about this issue when it happens AND YOU SHOULD. Tearing dams out is a HUGE issue. REMEMBER in warfare, DAMS ARE A PRIME TARGET. Removing healthy dams, in the long term has massive side effects.
I have studied the Central & Nor. Cal. water issue for over 34 years now. In my opinion there is mainly two driving forces to remove the dams. 1) money, and 2) intentional sabotage of the country's infrastructure.
*Saboturs and dupes. IMO, not always, but almost always.
NaturalNews) As the water shortage crisis in California rises to a boil, desperate farmers are coming forward to bid on the remaining steam. The Central Valley in California is indeed drying up, but private landowners who still have leftover water reserves on their property are now looking to cash in.
A California water rush is on, as water is being auctioned for millions and aquifers are depleted.
According to state records, two water districts in California are beginning to auction off their private supplies of water. The two landowners in charge have reportedly made millions off their water stashes. The Buena Vista Water Storage District has already raked in about $13.5 million from the auction of 12,000 acre-feet of water this year.
Every year during the State of the Union address, one U.S. Cabinet member is chosen to be secreted off to some hidden undisclosed location that they might emerge to lead us, should the president, veep Biden and all their employees in the Congress and Senate die in some horrible grizzly televised massacre.
This person is known as the Designated Survivor.
So who should the D.S. be in 2015?
Today, CentOS project unveiled CentOS Linux 7 for 64 bit x86 compatible machines. CentOS conforms fully with Red Hat's redistribution policy and aims to have full functional compatibility with the upstream product released in last month. The new version includes systemd, firewalld, GRUB2, LXC, docker, xfs instead of ext4 filesystem by default.
VIDEO: Senator Rand Paul Speaking On Senate Floor In Support Of Israel and Against Foreign Aid - 7/7/14Submitted by emalvini on Mon, 07/07/2014 - 20:50
Senator Rand Paul Speaking On Senate Floor In Support Of Israel and Against Foreign Aid - 7/7/14
As early as Tuesday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit could issue a decision in that case, which is well-known among Obamacare experts, but largely unheard of by the general public.
Oral arguments heard by a three-judge panel on that court in March—when two of the judges appeared sympathetic to the plaintiffs—gave Halbig supporters renewed hope that their claim will prevail.