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Obama set to ignore America’s repudiation of his policies

Exhibits brash contempt for still struggling American citizen workforce

As we await this evening’s announcement granting amnesty to upward of five million illegals, it’s worth keeping a sharp eye on the Republican establishment, some of whom are poised to cave to this dangerous overreach that will give rise to a further surge of invaders.   457 more words


Obama reacts to massacre of praying Americans with moral equivalence

Using meat cleavers, knives and a gun to brutally kill innocent worshipers in a Jerusalem synagogue, Palestinian terrorists show they are willing to commit their violence in the most provocative way. 325 more words


"Dealing with White (Out)Rage"

So there was an announcement that the Missouri Governor has placed the state’s National Guard on alert in anticipation of the Grand Jury’s decision regarding the police officer who shot and killed Mike Brown, Jr. 632 more words

The day of outrage: Yesterday's demonstrations in Hungary

Nowadays anti-government demonstration follows anti-government demonstration in Hungary. And not just in Budapest but in all larger cities and towns. Tens of thousands of people gather each time to express their outrage. 990 more words

Viktor Orbán

the outrage machine

I have two things to say today. One is that Green Mountain Cabaret’s fairy-tale burlesque coincides with the ONLY night my favorite band is in town. 324 more words


$3 billion donor Obama imitates fashion of mass murderer

During his recent trip to China for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit, Barack Obama, the leader of the free world, emulated his Communist hosts by showing up in a Mao jacket. 165 more words


Après le deluge: the UK winter storms of 2013–14

By Klaus Dodds, Royal Holloway University of London

The UK winter floods of 2013-14 were unquestionably severe caused by winter storms that brought with them record levels of rainfall and long standing flooding to southern England, most notably the Somerset Levels. 734 more words

The Geographical Journal