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The Country Club Commander in Chief: Obama's 100th Golf Game
V, by Denny Hartford
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Posted By: Denny Hartford  -   6/18/2012 2:06:55 PM EST    37277
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While our soldiers are fighting, while millions are out of work, while millions more are worrying about grocery bills and home foreclosures, our President hits the links at the country club. Again and again. Keith Koffler over at White House Dossier comments on one of the weekend's sports milestones -- Barack Obama's 100th golf outing while President.

"But the tide shifted again"
Brutally Honest, by Rick
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Posted By: ricksteroni  -   6/18/2012 12:46:11 PM EST    37276
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Outstanding stuff today from that portion of the 'sphere I find myself reading more and more these days. I'll let Brandon Vogt ring in the news about a deep thinking atheist who followed that thinking to Catholicism: Mark Shea likes to describe blogger Leah Libresco as “my favorite atheist,” and I’m with him. Leah is a fresh respite from the angry, fundamentalist, rhetoric-laced New Atheists like Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, and the late Christopher Hitchens. In contrast to them, Leah is calm and charitable. She’s intimidatingly bright and extremely well-read. And she’s not afraid to objectively examine her beliefs...

 




  





 
A KING'S LEGACY ... CHEERLEADER FOR THE "99%" IS REALLY IN THE "1%" ... "ARAB SPRING" REWARDS EGYPT'S MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD
RadioRodgers.com, by Lee Rodgers
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Posted By: LeeRodgers  -   6/18/2012 11:02:32 AM EST    37275
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A sad post-script to the life of Rodney King,...

Jay Carney pretty pleased
with Greece vote

Investor's Business Daily, by Andrew Malcolm
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Posted By: ibdandrew  -   6/18/2012 9:14:15 AM EST    37274
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Statement by Jay Carney, press secretary: We congratulate the Greek people on conducting their election in this difficult time. We hope this election will lead quickly to the formation of a new government that can make timely progress on the economic challenges facing the Greek people.

Taste of Things to Come? Terrorists Attack Israel Over Egyptian Border
The Lid, by Jeff Dunetz
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Posted By: Yidwithlid  -   6/18/2012 9:12:02 AM EST    37273
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An Israeli civilian was killed and another wounded Monday morning when a terrorist cell crossed over the border from Egypt and opened fire on the Israelis' vehicles. Two of the Palestinian infiltrators were killed in the ensuing gun battle with Israeli troops in the area, while the third terrorist was either killed or escaped back into Sinai. In a blogger's the IDF spokesman said the terrorists were part of a terrorist sniper cell from Beit Hanoun. The Israeli who was killed was part of a construction crew, and not a member of the military. His name was Saed Fashafshe, 36, father

 









 
This is what post-election reality in the EU looks like!
The Political Commentator, by Michael Haltman
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Posted By: halthouse1  -   6/18/2012 7:13:15 AM EST    37272
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As predicted, any euphoria the markets may have taken from a New Democracy victory in the Greece elections has been short-lived. The reality that absolutely nothing has changed seems to have set-in, demonstrated by these two charts!

President out of touch and tasteless for playing so much golf during bad economy
Brutally Honest, by Rick
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Posted By: ricksteroni  -   6/18/2012 6:14:55 AM EST    37271
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You'd be excused if you thought those words were said recently and aimed at Obama after he played his 100th round of golf this weekend but in actuality, they were said back in 1994 about Bush by David Axelrod, Obama's current chief campaign strategist...

Monday link smorgasbord: Fukushima, government dependency (video), teaching to hate (video), Obama(care) legitimacy!
The Political Commentator, by Michael Haltman
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Posted By: halthouse1  -   6/18/2012 6:01:17 AM EST    37270
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Links to articles containing information and points of view you will likely not find anywhere in the mainstream media. Included are stories about the continuing crisis at the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan, the dependency of US citizens on the federal government, Palestinian children taught to hate at a very young age, Obamacare and of course that old standard that never goes away which is the question over Barack Obamas legitimacy to be President of the United States!

 









 
I’m ‘Just’ A Blogger
NoisyRoom, by Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
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Posted By: NoisyRoom  -   6/17/2012 9:18:32 PM EST    37267
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Journalism used to be an honorable profession dating back to the time of the heralds. Journalism is writing history in real time. It isn’t the business of peering backwards through a glass darkly in a retrospective. It isn’t consensus. It isn’t repeating the meme. It isn’t filtered for political correctness or partisanship. It’s raw and, in its pure form, the unvarnished reality – the deeply disturbing photo of a summary execution, the hysterical observation of the conflagration of a crashing Zeppelin or the fearless observation that a government official has violated both the law of the land – even including

King Obama the Insane — is Obama still living the big lie, or has he slipped round the bend?
Bookworm Room, by Bookworm
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Posted By: Bookworm  -   6/17/2012 3:45:17 PM EST    37266
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Albert Einstein allegedly defined insanity as “doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” Austin O’Malley looked at the process of insanity: “A sane man often reasons from sound premises; an insane man commonly reasons as well, but the premises are unsound.” And Guy de Maupassant examined that peculiar phenomenon we now call monomania:

Liberal Carnival: Hand Wringing
on Bullying that Never Happened

Publius Forum, by Warner Todd Huston
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Posted By: Warner Todd Huston  -   6/17/2012 2:21:25 PM EST    37265
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On a recent hospital visit, Denver photographer Steve Crecelius found out he was a woman. Now, this late in his life, he’s all worried about “bullying.” It’s another example of the empty thinking of liberalism that has infected our national discourse.

Rodney King Reportedly Found Dead
DAN CIRUCCI, by Daniel A. Cirucci
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Posted By: RightWriter  -   6/17/2012 12:09:32 PM EST    37264
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News reports say that Rodney King has been found dead. King, whose videotaped 1991 beating by Los Angeles police officers led to riots became famous for the phrase (his quote, really) "Can't we all get along?" Reports say King was found dead in a swimming pool this morning. This is what sources told TMZ. He was 47. King's representative, Suzanne Wickman

OBAMA TURNS NATION INTO CRASH-TEST DUMMY ... GREECE TODAY, AMERICA TOMORROW? ... McCAIN, LOOK IN THE MIRROR
RadioRodgers.com, by Lee Rodgers
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Posted By: LeeRodgers  -   6/17/2012 10:50:11 AM EST    37263
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News headline ... "PRESIDENT PRICKLY IN ROSE GARDEN"...

Greece according to Greeks!
The Political Commentator, by Michael Haltman
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Posted By: halthouse1  -   6/17/2012 9:53:27 AM EST    37262
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Father's Day will be celebrated today in the U.S. but in Greece it is election day! For the global economy these elections in Greece represent something of a watershed event that very well could determine, at least for the near-term, the direction that the economies of the EU, the U.S. the U.K. and the rest of the world will be heading in. While victory by the New Democracy party will likely mean that Greece will opt to at least pay lip service to the fact that they will abide by prescribed austerity measures and thus remain in the EU, that is by

Air Force secret spy plane landing at Vandenberg AFB
Brutally Honest, by Rick
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Posted By: ricksteroni  -   6/17/2012 7:56:02 AM EST    37261
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This, by way of Space.com, is pretty cool: More from the piece follows: The first part of the 80-second video was apparently shot in infrared light. It shows the X-37B space plane cruising in for an automated landing, its belly and nose glowing a bright orange-yellow, presumably from the heat generated during re-entry to Earth's atmosphere...

Obama notes Father's Day and
'ordinary Americans'

Investor's Business Daily, by Andrew Malcolm
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Posted By: ibdandrew  -   6/17/2012 4:00:49 AM EST    37260
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Every day, ordinary Americans make extraordinary contributions to the well-being of our children and the strength of our Nation by answering one of life's greatest callings -- parenthood. Morning, noon, and night, they dedicate themselves to their sons and daughters, expressing a love that knows neither beginning nor end through small daily acts. On Father's Day, we honor the men whose compassion and commitment have nourished our spirits and guided us toward brighter horizons.

Christians can’t vote Democrat
Boiling the frogs, by Joe Dan Gorman
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Posted By: JoeDanMedia  -   6/17/2012 2:54:37 AM EST    37258
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Truthfully… a ‘real’ Christian should only need ‘one’ reason, but today’s Democrat Party actually provides a smorgasbord of reasons that you cannot be both Christian AND Democrat. It’s like a vegetarian that eats a lot of meat (but with much harsher and eternal consequences).

Right Online 2012: Great Success at the Vegas Venetian
Publius Forum, by Warner Todd Huston
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Posted By: Warner Todd Huston  -   6/17/2012 2:24:39 AM EST    37256
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For my final report on the fifth annual Right Online 2012 sponsored by Americans for Prosperity we'll be talking about the parade of great speakers like NRO writer Jonah Goldberg and environmental apostate (as far as the left is concerned) Ann McElhinney. But first a word about the great hotel and casino in which we stayed.

VIDEO: Right Online 2012: Hoft's
Great Rant, Old Media vs New

Publius Forum, by Warner Todd Huston
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Posted By: Warner Todd Huston  -   6/16/2012 6:57:03 PM EST    37255
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Duane Lester of All American Blogger caught some video of a great rant by Jim Hoft of Gateway Pundit delivered at one of the breakout panels at Right Online 2012.

Right Online: Saturday AM Malkin, Hewitt, More
Publius Forum, by Warner Todd Huston
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Posted By: Warner Todd Huston  -   6/16/2012 4:08:15 PM EST    37254
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This will be a photo blast of some of this morning's speakers here at Right Online 2012 in sunny Las Vegas, Nevada. I Tweeted most of these AM speakers and you can read those Tweets at http://twitter.com/warnerthuston.

Who to watch on Sunday: Gee,
Mitt Romney or David Plouffe

Investor's Business Daily, by Andrew Malcolm
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Posted By: ibdandrew  -   6/16/2012 3:36:22 PM EST    37252
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CBS' Face the Nation got the big get this Sunday -- Mitt Romney in his weekend debut of this campaign. President Obama, who's in Chicago for a wedding, won't admit it, but he might even watch. His campaign headquarters will be taping every word on several machines and dispatching retorts and addendums even before the show is over.


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