Monday, July 06, 2015

Larwyn's Linx: Kerry: I Need a 'Couple' More Days to Negotiate 'Privately and Quietly' With Iran

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Kerry: I Need a 'Couple' More Days to Negotiate 'Privately and Quietly' With Iran: WS
Why Trump Matters: The XX Committee
Cruz: Supreme Court justices 'put on an Obama jersey': Barbara Boland

Enough: I'm Tired and You Should Damn Well Be Too: John Velisek, USN (Ret.)
Wife beater patriotism: Bookworm Room
Call for an 'Assembly of the States' in May 2016: Breitbart

82 shot, 15 dead in Chicago this weekend: where's Sharpton and Deray?: Patriot
Secret Same-Sex Wedding At White House: WZ
Obama disappears, abandons press corps: Barbara Boland

Cruz Campaign and Supporters Raise $51 Million in Three Months: LI
Cruz: Trump Exposes GOP 'Washington Cartel' Attitude: Breitbart
Joe Biden Expected to Announce 2016 Presidential Run: LI


Don't Look Now, But... China: Steven Hayward
Rick Perry is the Republican Who Finally Said It: Erick Erickson
Yay Obamacare! Health Insurers Seek 20% To 40% Increases In 2016: WZ

Scandal Central

Benghazi Breakthrough: JW
Will Samantha Power Be the First American UN Ambassador to Abandon Israel?: Shmuley Boteach
Congressman: No Border Wall Because Rio Grande ‘Unites’ U.S. and Mexico: Nicholas Ballasy

It Happened Again: Local PD Failed To Report Illegal Alien, And Now Someone Is Dead: Robert Gehl
Plan to curtail public records laws sparks uproar: Madeleine Behr
In New York, yard sales now come under the heel of regulators: Sara Noble


Hume: Hillary’s Private Email Saga ‘So Clinton-Esque,’ ‘You Never Quite Get the Whole Truth': WFB
CNN Panel Rips Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Roping Off Reporters: It’s ‘The Worst Visual Metaphor’: WFB
‘This is glorious': Jake Tapper OWNS lefty trolls over diversity of Sunday show guests: Twitchy

Al Jazeera Creates Video Mocking Americans On July 4th: WZ
Al Jazeera: Six Rotten Things About America: Springer
#ComPRESSed Candidate: Highlights from Chuck's Interview with Ted Cruz: NBC News

The Red State advantage for families: RS
Mark Levin's New Blockbuster 'Plunder and Deceit' Sets the Stage for 2016 Debates: Breitbart
Hillary Clinton Just Wants to Eat Some Pie: Glob


War Against Human Nature: 100% Failure: R.S. McCain
Final Push For Iran Deal As Netanyahu Blasts Western Collapse: Joel B. Pollak
Those Moderate Muslims!: SDA

Greece has become a battleground for the worst ideas of the 20th century: Janet Daley
EU warns of Armageddon if Greek voters reject terms: Telegraph
After The “No” Vote, Soft Grexit Landing Now EU’s Best Option: Walter Russell Mead

Greece May Start Printing IOU Currency: Glob
The Greeks have voted ‘no’. Now, the real crisis will begin: Fraser Nelson
Weapons Caches Found in 40 Tunisian Mosques: GoV

Sci-Tech (courtesy BadBlue Tech News)

Big Brother “Pay-by-the-Mile” Track and Tax Driving Scheme Being Rolled Out Now!: Truthstream Media
Having problems activating Windows 10? You're not alone: Mark Wilson
Fred Wilson: The Next Reddit Will Likely Be Built on the Bitcoin Blockchain: Jason Del Rey


Celebrating the Fourth of July in 1777: Boston 1775
Ronald Reagan on July 4, 1986: Ruthfully Yours
Obama: Muslim, Napoleon Bonaparte redux or worse: Dan Miller in Panama

Image: 'We used to diet like you in UK. Now we worry if we'll eat at all,' writes Liz Jones in Athens
Today's Larwyn's Linx sponsored by: Time for a Conservative: TED CRUZ FOR PRESIDENT

QOTD: "...when did Americans ever get asked if they wanted the Federal government to stop enforcing our borders? When did developed countries decide that having actual borders is a violation of basic human rights? I can’t recall any referendum on that.

This is an issue across the Western world. So far, only Australia and Israel have taken robust steps to halt migrant flows, but they have shown that admitting large numbers of illegal immigrants is a choice, not a fait accompli or a fact of life that developed countries can do nothing about. Given the enormous migrant flows facing Europe now, this is sure to become a bigger and more contentious issue in many countries.

All these are critical matters that merit serious discussion, not rabble-rousing. Yet when the mainstream powers-that-be stifle such necessary discussion, confining it to the fringes, don’t complain when fringe characters are the ones talking about it." --The XX Committee

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