Feature of the Day: We’re Missing the Story Morning Headlines Domestic Associated Press 1. Israeli Strikes on Gaza, Rocket Fire, Break Lull 2. US Sending Dirty Coal Abroad Politico 1. GOP’s Black Market: Anti-incumbent Campaigns 2. House GOP Faces Big Week on Border Crisis Reuters 1. Gaza Fighting Abates as […]
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In 1996, President Bill Clinton stated that “abortion should not only be safe and legal, it should be rare.” The far left has since changed its tone with a campaign to normalize and de-stigmatize abortions. The new website Notalone.us, founded by Emily Letts, the woman known for posting a video of her abortion on YouTube, […]
Whenever conservatives talk about defunding Planned Parenthood, the left points out that the women’s “health” business also provides a number of important services other than abortions. Pro-life group Live Action recently released a video that showed a Planned Parenthood employee providing one of these services: teaching underage girls about S&M. The video is the fourth […]
Feature of the Day: The Russian Public Has a Totally Different Understanding of What Happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 Morning Headlines Domestic Associated Press 1. Gaza Official Says Israeli Shells Hit Hospital 2. Dutch Anger Swells at Treatment of Ukraine Bodies Politico 1. Politico Poll: Stay Out of Ukraine, Middle […]
Feature of the Day: After the Crash Morning Headlines Domestic Associated Press 1. Putin Urges Ceasefire 2. Israel Deepens Gaza Push to Destroy Hamas Tunnels Politico 1. Dem Base: Fine With Clinton, Pining For Warren 2. Plane Crash Builds Pressure on West Over Ukraine Reuters 1. World Leaders Demand Answers […]
“The Population Bomb: While You Are Reading These Words Four People Will Have Died of Starvation, Most of Them Children,” read the title of Paul R. Ehrlich’s 1968 book. In 1975, Newsweek’s Peter Gwynne wrote an article called “The Cooling World,” which argued that the earth was cooling and “the resulting famines could be catastrophic.” […]
Feature of the Day: Microsoft to Cut Up to 18,000 Jobs Morning Headlines Domestic Associated Press 1. Gaza Rocket Hits Israel as Humanitarian Lull Ends 2. Justice Dept: Missing Emails Now Part of IRS Probe Politico 1. Barbours Spent to Boost Mississippi Black Turnout 2. Darrell Issa Weighs Holding White House […]
Feature of the Day: How Do You Pay For a Drug That Costs $84,000? Morning Headlines Domestic Associated Press 1. Palestinians Flee After Israel Warning, Airstrikes 2. Mexico Southern Border Control So Far Just Talk Politico 1. Who’s Talking About Impeachment? Barack Obama 2. Behind the GOP Focus on Obamacare […]