Adolf Hitler said, "the great masses of the people will more easily fall victims to a big lie than to a small one."
President Obama, Hillary Clinton, David Petraeus, the CIA, among others, provided weapons and billions of dollars to Islamists who are beheading Americans, systematically committing genocide against Christians, and destroying the democratic gains once achieved in Iraq. more >>
The way Hillary Clinton is acting it seems to be a foregone conclusion she's going to run for president in 2016. First her book tour, then her visit to Iowa for Senator Harkin's annual Democrat steak fry, where she exclaimed, "I'm back!" And of course the recent birth of her granddaughter Charlotte, which seemed all too contrived by Chelsea to help turn her mother into the perfect mom, grandmother, wife and candidate.
Oh, and let us not forget prior to Charlotte's birth, Hillary teases us more, saying she wouldn't make a decision about running for president until after her Chelsea gave birth. Aw, the stuff dreams are made of. And of course the liberal, fawning media are helping Hillary along every step of the way, gushing over her holding her grandbaby, as if she and former President Bill Clinton were royalty, the King and Queen of America.
Hillary has been a career politician her entire life, held ever office under the sun from First Lady of Arkansas to First Lady of the United States, US Senator of New York and Secretary of State but what has she accomplished? As Obama's first Secretary of State, she did nothing but fly around the world, implementing Obama's lead from behind, virtually non-existent foreign policy. What Hillary has going for her is huge brand appeal. more >>
With just over a month until the 2014 midterm elections, can any of these five underdogs finish strong enough to become a U.S. senator?
Most pollsters agree on the seven "toss-up" races that will determine control of the Senate: Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Iowa, Kansas and Louisiana.
The Washington Post currently gives Republicans a 77 percent chance of winning enough of those states to hold a majority of Senate seats. The New York Times gives them a 78 percent chance and Nate Silver at FiveThirtyEight puts them at 58.3 percent. The RealClearPolitics "no toss-up" map currently predicts Republicans will gain seven seats, which would give them a 52-47 majority. more >>
Evangelicals in Brazil are on the verge of possibly electing one of their own as the nation's president for the first time in Brazil's history.
Marina Silva, an environmentalist and Pentecostal Christian, will run against current President Dilma Rousseff in an election later this month. If elected, Silva's presidency will cause a major shift in the predominantly Catholic nation.
"Much of the church will converge on her candidacy," evangelical pastor Robson Rodovalho told Reuters News. "Brazil is a real democracy. It's only a matter of time before we have an evangelical president. That's a fact." more >>
The supposed standard for child custody in family courts is the "best interest of the child." The Vermont Supreme Court has now extended that to the best interest of the dog.
Daniel and Laura were divorcing, and the issue before the court was custody of their beloved 11-year-old German wirehaired pointer dog, Belle. Both had strong emotional ties to Belle and a record of good care. While awaiting court judgment, they made a temporary agreement to share time with the dog.
Previously, a dog was considered property to be allocated like other tangible assets such as a house and car. But this new Vermont precedent declares that the best interest of the dog should be the deciding factor. more >>
Thanks to US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a well-known liberal and feminist, Americans are getting an inside look at what Margaret Sanger, Planned Parenthood's founder, probably would have embraced today – and who she would have embraced today. From her recent comments on abortion, Justice Ginsburg would have been praised by Ms. Sanger for her comments on poor people and abortion.
The oldest female judge on the bench, Justice Ginsburg gave an interview to fashion magazine Elle recently. In full context, here is the question and answer session on abortion:
[Elle:] Fifty years from now, which decisions in your tenure do you think will be the most significant? more >>