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'''Pushy [[feminist]] [[Megyn Kelly]] destroys the final debate by insisting on being the (biased) moderator, and [[Donald Trump]] shows guts in declining to participate in the sham'''. [http://deadline.com/2016/01/donald-trump-instagram-megyn-kelly-gop-debate-fox-news-1201690860/]  ''Real journalism puts the public first, but instead [[Fox News Channel]] caves into feminism''.
'''[[Donald Trump]] humiliates the [[neocon]], [[feminist]] [[Fox News Channel]] by announcing he won't participate in its presidential debate Thursday night''', particularly if the biased [[Megyn Kelly]] is the moderator. [http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/live/2016/jan/26/us-presidential-campaign-live-iowa-donald-trump-hillary-clinton-bernie-sanders-ted-cruz]
'''[[Donald Trump]] humiliates the [[neocon]], [[feminist]] [[Fox News Channel]] by announcing he won't participate in its presidential debate Thursday night''', particularly if the biased [[Megyn Kelly]] is the moderator. [http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/live/2016/jan/26/us-presidential-campaign-live-iowa-donald-trump-hillary-clinton-bernie-sanders-ted-cruz]

Revision as of 16:02, 27 January 2016

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Pushy feminist Megyn Kelly destroys the final debate by insisting on being the (biased) moderator, and Donald Trump shows guts in declining to participate in the sham. [1] Real journalism puts the public first, but instead Fox News Channel caves into feminism.

Donald Trump humiliates the neocon, feminist Fox News Channel by announcing he won't participate in its presidential debate Thursday night, particularly if the biased Megyn Kelly is the moderator. [2]

Donald Trump dominates the GOP field at 41%.[3] Highest ever for Trump.

Nationalistic, anti-Muslim immigrant appeals have swept center right candidates into power in Europe in recent years. Is America next?

Donald Trump gains endorsements from evangelical Jerry Falwell, Jr., [4] Sheriff Joe Arpaio, and former pitching star John Rocker.

Does Israel suffer from the same leftist brainwashing we see in America? [5]

Humiliated by Overrated Sports Star Tom Brady's inept performance in losing the playoff game, the liberal media continue to promote him anyway. Why do liberals like to promote people suspected of having violated the rules for years?

Rabid pro-aborts run amok: called to investigate wrongdoing by Planned Parenthood, instead a Texas county indicts pro-lifers who courageously exposed the truth about Planned Parenthood. [6]

The Mainstream Media, for all the hate they profess for Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey, totally ignore a major lawsuit against him. Because its intent is to restore the rights of New Jersey residents under the Second Amendment. [7]

Conservapedia proven right, again: Overrated Sports Star Tom Brady demonstrates how lousy he really is when the pass protection is not perfect and the footballs are not deflated for him: 2 interceptions and less than a 50% completion rate, for an upset defeat in the big game. [8]

Saudi Arabia miscalculated: Fracking can't be taken out. [9]

"Donald Trump Takes Back Iowa with 11-Point Surge." [10] Meanwhile, Trump leads in New Hampshire by nearly 20 points.

A Leftist lashes out at Hollywood claptrap: "Canada's Trudeau to DiCaprio: Your climate remarks don't help." The liberal Trudeau lectured DiCaprio that "there are families suffering, out of work, who need to be supported, and inflammatory rhetoric doesn't necessarily help those families or help Canada." [11]

Abraham had an "impossible" blessing: a child (Isaac) in his very old age. Judaism thus began with the impossible. So is a secure Israel an impossible dream? [12]

Record-setting amount of snow fell in Baltimore (29.2 inches), and its records go back to 1892. [13] Look like global warming to you?

The best word for the March for Life this year: defiance. Defiance of the Mainstream Media and of liberal politicians and other nay-sayers. [14]

The new liberal expansion in government power: New York Dem Governor completely bans travel from New Jersey to New York City, citing the snowstorm as the basis. [15] Yet many private vehicles handle snow well, and most of the NJ-NY crossings are not even exposed to snow.

One does not show mercy to those who twist justice. [16]

Update on the Iowa caucuses: "Of the four polls released yesterday, Cruz and Trump are effectively tied in two of the surveys, but Cruz trails by double digits in two others." [17]

There are rumors that Tim Tebow may be signed with the Dallas Cowboys or the San Francisco 49ers.[18]

Country Singer Blake Shelton is Shocked Tim Tebow's Christian Faith Might Be Keeping Him Out of NFL.[19]

The March for Life lives on today after the federal government shuts down at noon. No change due to weather for this longest continuous mass protest in world history.

"Blizzard forecast doesn't deter 'March for Life' in D.C.". Be there with us! [20]

Ann Coulter: Liberal and Conservative Media Unite Against Trump. [21] It's actually the neoconservative media, like Fox, that is in hysterics against Trump

Why Israel needs a Prime Minister with greater fortitude – and what has produced some of Israel's most feckless leaders. [22]

"This weekend's snow in D.C. could be one 'for the record books.'" [23] Mystery solved: indeed God does have a sense of humor.

When did the American people start accepting political lies as normal? [24]

"Donors changing tune on Trump, ... quietly coming around to the idea that Donald Trump could be their party’s nominee for president," reports The Hill

Sarah Palin endorses Donald Trump at a rally in Iowa. [25]

"Iowa’s Governor Says He Wants Ted Cruz Defeated," based on how Iowa businesses seek subsidies for alternative energy that Cruz opposed. [26]

Zoning error led to the partial destruction of historic James Bell Tavern, birthplace of the Bill of Rights. [27] The actual Bill of Rights is not fairing much better.

Brits embarrass the English-speaking world again, this time with their rabid namecalling against Donald Trump on the floor of the U.K. Parliament. [28]

Glenn Frey, co-founder of the Eagles, R.I.P. at age 67. "We were family, and like most families, there was some dysfunction,” said his bandmate Don Henley in a heartfelt tribute. [29]

More liberal bias: the lamestream media insist that Trump mispronounced a book of the Bible when he said "2 Corinthians" (which is how it reads) rather than "Second Corinthians." In fact, Trump receive a standing ovation from evangelicals at Liberty University for his speech. [30]

The awesome power of the free market: "Michigan becomes first state to welcome back gas under $1." [31]

Christian superstar and Tebow-defender Larry Fitzgerald single-handedly carries the underachieving Cardinals to an extraordinary victory over the Packers. Yet neither Christianity nor his participation in Bible study is mentioned anywhere in the wordy Wikipedia entry about him.

An open letter to Senator Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) asking when he's going to start supporting the Americans who elected him, and not Islamists. [32]

Marco Rubio steps up his criticisms of Ted Cruz, alleging on Meet the Press that "Ted has raised a lot of money out of New York. He didn't [attack "New York values"] when he was there raising money." [33]

What Islam really is, and the goals it has pursued for 1400 years. [34]

Setback for the homosexual agenda: worldwide Anglican church revokes authority of U.S. Episcopalian church because it accepts same-sex marriage. "Episcopalians no longer represent us on ecumenical and interfaith bodies and have the equivalent of observer status in Anglican commissions," Anglican leaders declared. [35]

Liberals constantly rip America for slavery of 400 years ago yet a new report says 30 million people are slaves today. Stop your whining and do something to stop this crime. [36]

Hollywood values strike again: no black actor received an Oscar nomination this year, while Hollywood preaches to America about diversity.

How do so many American politicians get so rich, so fast, while in office? And these are only the ones we catch! [37]

Conservapedia proven right, again: Lindsey Graham endorses Jeb Bush for president, which means Donald Trump still has a very steep hill to climb. See Nomination by endorsement.

A Donald Trump style immigration moratorium shouldn't make Muslim nation-states hate America after all. Against ISIS, we and they would be natural allies. [38]

Anti-Semitism and anti-Americanism both flow from the same envious source. [39]

Marco Rubio launches into a 11-point criticism of alleged contradictions by Ted Cruz; Jeb Bush then refers to both as "back-bench senators."

Fireworks early on the issue of natural born Citizen in tonight's debate, as Donald Trump and Ted Cruz face off over it.

Passion and humor in the undercard debate set the stage for tonight's main event, where Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are expected to knock each other.

Liberal claptrap gets tiresome: "President Obama's final State of the Union had lowest TV rating in 15 years," lower than all of George W. Bush's annual speeches. [40]

"Mike Bloomberg Just Can’t Stop Polling Himself" for a potential third-party bid for president. [41]

"Upset Republican donors: Have we wasted our money?" Massive donations to Super PACs have had virtually no influence. [42]

Multi-billionaire NFL Rams owner leaves the impoverished city of St. Louis with $100 million in debt to pay on a now-abandoned Rams football stadium. [43]

Republicans, take warning: do not nominate Chris Christie. [44]

"Republican Party Uses State of the Union Response to Attack Donald Trump." [45] The RINO response is wasted on praising immigration.

The liberal left, blind by reason of the evil inclinations of their own hearts, can't see the evil inclinations of others. [46]

The taxpayer-funded NFL just told St. Louis and San Diego that $400 million in new taxpayer subsidies is not enough to keep a football team. [47] Corporate welfare at its worst: the Rams owner is worth more than $6 billion, and “yet he refuses to pay for stadiums for the teams he owns.” [48]

A retrospective on the Gaza disengagement and how wrong it was. [49]

"Our poll findings show the Birther Issue could actually cost Cruz Iowa," declares the director of the Public Policy Polling. [50] Expect heated debate about this on the 14th.

Neocon Fox excludes two mavericks, Rand Paul and Carly Fiorina, from the upcoming debate, making it less interesting. [51]

David Bowie, R.I.P.: "Station to Station is considered his most explicitly religious work and is said to have been written when he turned to Christianity during his cocaine fueled days." [52]

How closely does the government of Israel really follow public opinion? That depends on whom you ask, and which public opinion you're talking about. [53]

Donald Trump has followed the lead of Conservapedia, and unplugged the NFL. "Who wants to watch these crummy games?" he said Sunday. [54]

A scathing critique of the proportional representation system in the Knesset in Israel. [55]

Rush Limbaugh comes a cropper on the meaning of the phrase natural born citizen in the Constitution. [56]

Hollywood values: Celebrities that publicly spout their liberalism get punished at the box office. [57]

Hillary Clinton's lead almost evaporates for the Iowa caucuses, making it possible that Bernie Sanders will defeat her in both Iowa and New Hampshire. [58]

NFL says that the Oakland, San Diego, St. Louis football stadiums are “inadequate and unsatisfactory.” [59] Translation: the NFL wants even more than the billion dollars-a-year in taxpayer subsidies it already takes. [60]

Bernie Sanders moves ahead to a landslide 13-point lead over Hillary Clinton for the New Hampshire primary. [61] If the Democrat Party were democratic, then Sanders would win the nomination. But it is isn't.

That's pathetic: Obama's town hall on gun control, promoted heavily by CNN, draws only 2.4 million viewers - a tiny fraction of the political debate audiences. [62]

"Trump, Cruz on brink of epic clash. ... As of Thursday evening, Trump held a 15-point lead in the RealClearPolitics national polling average and a two-to-one advantage over his closest rival in New Hampshire," but a Cruz victory in Iowa could change that. [63]

Debate heats up over what "natural born Citizen" means, which the U.S. Constitution requires of presidential candidates. McCain and Trump raise questions about Ted Cruz, but Cruz says McCain is just trying to help Marco Rubio. [64]

Will moral clarity finally prevail at "Mizzou"? [65]

Read this short story now while you can be sure it's still fiction. A post-American history, with a twist. [66]

A look ahead to the rest of the twenty-first century, in the Middle East and elsewhere. [67]

Why are our own legislators aiding our enemies? [68]

Germany shocked by Cologne New Year gang assaults on women. About 1,000 drunk and aggressive young men were involved who appeared to be of Arab and North African descent (where Islam dominates). The attacks appear to have been organized. [69]

"An epidemic of rape cases across Europe has police in the U.K., Norway, Sweden, Germany and other nations worried. But you won’t hear much about it in the U.S. mainstream media because the epidemic is a byproduct of the influx into Europe of a million, mostly Muslim, migrants."[70]

Muslim men rape non-Muslim women in disproportionately high numbers in countries with growing Muslim minority populations.[71][72]

"Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore says judges barred from issuing same-sex marriage licenses." [73] It's a stunning setback for the homosexual agenda.

One need not be weak if he is right with God. [74]

“It’s time to champion school choice, and especially homeschooling,” Conservative presidential candidate Ted Cruz said while rebuking Common Core. [75]

"UK Parliament to Debate Banning Trump." [76] Freedom of speech is uniquely American.

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia: 'No Place' in Constitution that Rules Out God in Government. [77]

"Gun Stocks Surge As Obama Issues Executive Orders" to impose gun control. [78] Will "free market control" be next? And for that matter, we should ask ourselves: what Constitution? [79]

"Our Second Amendment right to carry is what saved our lives," explains a young mother, and the knife-wielding assailant confirmed it by declaring, "you're lucky he has a gun" before he retreated. USA Today story

Hillary Clinton thinks aliens from outer space may have visited us: "I think we may have been [visited already]. We don't know for sure." [80]

Donald Trump rolls out his television ad campaign, and vows to spend $2 million per week now on advertising. "I don't know if I need it, but I don't want to take any chances because if I win we are going to make America great again," Trump declares. [81]

A reminder of the singular importance of the Vattel Criteria for natural born citizenship. [82]

Trump rally overflows a coliseum in the Bible Belt on Saturday, and he lambasts liberal media bias as a cameraman refuses Trump's request to show the massive size of the crowd on TV. [83]

"No one expected Republican politics to be so riveting," exclaims one commentator as the Iowa caucuses are less than 30 days away and the outcome is highly unpredictable. "Insiders Are Out of Fashion"

"'I have spent very little (and am in 1st place),' Trump tweeted this week. 'Now I will spend big in Iowa/N.H./S.C.'" [84] Will he win?

Meanwhile, a professor emeritus of political science at Bar-Ilian University, Israel, endorses Ted Cruz for President. [85]

"Sanders Campaign Says It Raised Over $33 Million Since October," boosting his goal to win an upset in the Iowa caucuses and then roll to victory in the New Hampshire primary over Hillary Clinton. [86]

"Marco Rubio Campaign Donor Behind Anti-Trump Sky Writing at Rose Bowl."[87]

"Clinton emails: Billionaire Soros said he regretted backing Obama. ... Soros gave $5 million to help elect Obama in 2008, and ... he later felt snubbed by the president." [88]

Why does a credit card issuer with a name that seems to celebrate capitalism choose a pitchman who has only bad things to say about it? [89]

A million gun owners in Texas can walk around with their handguns visible starting today, as "'Open Carry’ Goes Into Effect Across Texas." [90]


Still a celebrity wannabe: Obama resorts to appearing on another television show to try to get attention. [91]

An early firing of the coach who cut Tim Tebow and then led the Eagles to an abysmal 6-9 record. It's implausible that Tebow, with his track record of success, would have done that badly. [92]

Politicians must wear the logos of corporate sponsors. It's possible this might make the '16 ballot in California. [93]

Homosexuality versus Christians in a Massachusetts court. Religious liberty means nothing to liberal justices. [94]

Why do so many scientists get it wrong in trying to deny the universe had a creator? [95][96]

An update on a major Second Amendment lawsuit in New Jersey: [97]

A few scenes from the real Middle East and Islam, in reply to a typical display of professor values at a once-fine university. And a few scenes showing the contributions of Israel to mankind. [98]

"How Washington created some of the worst schools in America." "It's just the epitome of broken," Obama Administration official Arne Duncan admits. "Just utterly bankrupt." [99]

Setback for the liberal media and socialists: Donald Trump is the second-most admired man in America. [100]

Can one be moral without God? No. Not the way God wants us to be. [101][102]

"Donald Trump said if the Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton attacks him as sexist, it is 'fair game' to bring up her husband former President Bill Clinton’s indiscretions ... 'because his presidency was considered to be troubled, to put it mildly.'" [103]

Outspoken Christian Stephen Curry wins AP male athlete of the year, yet the in-depth ESPN tribute to Curry omits how he is driven to excel by his faith. [104] Notice how many liberals refused to rank him first, voting for a horse instead.

As Bernie Sanders creates fantasy economic talk promoting Socialism, Argentina runs as fast as they can toward free markets with positive results. [105]

The people are rejecting the Permanent Bipartisan Fusion Party a.k.a. the Establishment. This has led to a flurry of elitist hate for Donald Trump supporters, mocked as 'Trumpkins'. [106]

"LeBron James says he has no Christmas traditions because he's always on the road: 'If I can get a home game on Christmas, then we’ll have a tradition.'" [107] Do we really need to interrupt Christmas with professional sports?

Wind Turbines and solar panels are failing to provide sufficient energy despite being heavily subsidized. The top 11 problems facing green energy. [108]

Muslims follow a backward creed that simply does not permit them to negotiate in good faith. Why won't Israeli leaders get this? Or American leaders, either. [109]

A loss in faith will cause an individual -- and an entire culture -- to decline: "The percentage of Americans who follow no religion has risen from 14.6 percent in 2008 to 19.6 percent this year." [110]

Baylor University researchers indicate that Christianity is not on the decline in the USA. See: Baylor University researchers: American Christianity is not on the decline

A rare full moon -- with a halo -- ushered in Christmas this morning. [111]

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