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"If Cheney Wants A Conversation About Iran…": He Needs To Appreciate The Role He Played In Creating This Mess

Even most Republicans will concede that the GOP campaign to derail the international nuclear agreement with Iran is going poorly, and barring any major developments, the diplomatic deal will move forward over the objections of far-right lawmakers. 463 more words

Congress

War on boys must stop

What ever happened to letting “boys be boys?”

Take these two cases: In one, a seven-year-old boy was sent home for nibbling a Pop Tart into a gun. 70 more words

Education

Report Blames 1,000 Jobs Lost in Seattle on Minimum Wage

This is from Freedom Force.

Like the old saying goes Be careful of what you wish for as you just might get it.

According to a report released Sunday by the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), the $15 minimum wage has caused Seattle restaurants to lose 1,000 jobs — the worst decline since the 2009 Great Recession. 369 more words

I missed the Party 032

“Well, it must have been that yesterday was the day that I was born,” so other previously scheduled obligations caused me to delay celebration with my family until sometime next week, … 102 more words

TV

15-32 Segment 1: Online Pharmacies, Fake Drugs

http://media.blubrry.com/radiohealthjournal/mediatracks.com/shows/RHJ_2015/RHJ_15-32A.mp3

Synopsis: Consumers who purchase medicines online for convenience and price are taking a big risk–experts say 97% of online “pharmacies” are rogue sites operating illegally. 2,349 more words

Radio Health Journal Podcasts

Islam between Radicalism and Reform


Religious Freedom Coalition, by Andrew Harrod, PhD. – July 28, 2015:

“We can give up the business of saying that this has nothing to do with Islam,” stated Hudson Institute scholar… 1,239 more words

Counter Jihad Report

How NOT to Get a Conservative in the White House

Do conservative politicians need to have more heart? Do they just need to find snappy, appealing slogans to describe their existing economic policies? That’s the argument, apparently, in Arthur C. 688 more words

Conservatism