Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Larwyn's Linx: Report: Soros Money Funding John Kasich's Presidential Bid

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Report: Soros Money Funding John Kasich's Presidential Bid: Julia Hahn
Kasich barely leads Trump in Ohio while Cruz climbs: Timothy P. Carney
If Trump Wins Florida and Ohio, It'll Be Trump vs. Cruz -- And It Won't Be Over: EIB

GOP Horror Show: Bernie Defeats Teflon Don by Landslide 18 Percent: Brent Budowsky
Who Attacked Donald Trump?: John Hinderaker
The silent majority is mad as hell: Todd Starnes

Bill Clinton Thanks John Kasich For Supporting Assault Weapons Ban: Brian Anderson
The Left May Well Get Trump Nominated: Dennis Prager
Clinton and Sanders both throw Rahm Emanuel under the bus: Jazz Shaw

Soros Associate Gives $200,000 To Pro-Kasich Super PAC: Alex Pfeiffer
Ben Carson: I Didn’t Want To Endorse Trump, But He Promised Me A Job: Caleb Howe
Trump Campaign In Disarray In Illinois As Ted Cruz Closes the Gap: RS


Senior Adviser Says Trump's Muslim Policy 'Essence of Moderation': Roger L. Simon
Hillary Clinton is asked about skyrocketing health care premiums, has no answers: Jazz Shaw
House will try to advance $1.07 trillion budget deal this week: Susan Ferrechio

Scandal Central

Confused Granny Clinton Forgets About Benghazi, Says ‘We Didn’t Lose a Single Person’ in Libya: David Rutz
Another Ex-State Dept. Official Refuses To Talk To Congress About Hillary’s Server: Chuck Ross
D'Souza: Hillary Film Could Earn Me ‘Life in Prison’: Nicholas Ballasy

Climate & Energy

Clinton: “We’re Going To Put A Lot Of Coal Miners Out Of Business”: CR Wire
EPA’s Gold King Mine Blowout Was No Accident: DCNF


Leaked Internal Messages Show ‘Ashamed’ Writers at Breitbart Revolting: Benny Johnson
‘Completely psycho’: Breitbart posts, yanks ‘gross parting smear’ of Ben Shapiro : Twitchy
CNN gives platform to maniac who tried to rush Trump; what were they thinking?: BPR

Memo to Fox News: You Have the Wrong Utah Debate Critera: Robert Eno
Clinton Admits She’ll Put ‘Coal Miners’ Out of Work, Network Morning Shows Silent: Julia A. Seymour
Please Pray for My Brother: R.S. McCain

50 Trump speeches: He (almost) never mentions the Constitution, Liberty or Freedom: Poor Richard
Republicans May Prefer the Devil They Know: Brent Smith
U. Wisconsin chancellor mistakes skincare masks for blackface, rips students for ‘racist’ photo: Dave Huber


Presidential Arrogance and Presidential Cowardice: Stuart Schneiderman
Boris Johnson: “Butt Out, Mr. Obama”: Gates of Vienna
ISIS with surplus sales on Facebook: SPEISA

Congress Looking Into New Iranian Sanctions After Ballistic Missile Tests Marked For Israel: Katie Pavlich
Khamenei: “We Must Have Relations with Whole World Except the U.S. and Zionist Regime”: Tower
Kuwait Airways’ Ban on Israelis — The Cost of Doing Bigotry: Amanda Berman

Video - Inside Raqqa Footage by Two brave women exposing daily 'life' under ISIS: MFS-TON
House Unanimously Puts Pressure on White House, Declares Killing of Christians Genocide: Bridget Johnson
Turkey’s misconceived approach to the Syrian war: Hassan Hassan

Sci-Tech (courtesy BadBlue Tech News)

The 11 worst X-planes: Hush-Kit
The watch that changed everything: the 90th anniversary of the Rolex Oyster: SalonQP
How Playing Sports, Even Poorly, Can Make You More Successful in Business: Judy Mandell


Statement Of Dear Leader Joel Pollak Denouncing Criminal Acts Of Traitor Fields-Shapiro Gang: Popehat
The 25 Manliest Quotes By Americans: John Hawkins
4 Watches To Wear To Centuryon, The $24,000 A Year Gym: The Watch Lounge

Image: Trump Campaign In Disarray In Illinois As Ted Cruz Closes the Gap
Today's Larwyn's Linx sponsored by: Help Protect Our Constitution: Ted Cruz for President

QOTD: "If you think you are smarter than every foreign-policy expert in the room, any room, then it is tempting to make up your own grand strategy. That is what Obama has done, to an extent that even his critics underestimate. There is no “Obama doctrine”; rather, we see here a full-blown revolution in American foreign policy. And this revolution can be summed up as follows: The foes shall become friends, and the friends foes.

In the Middle East, Israel and Saudi Arabia are out, Iran is in. Similarly, in the Far East, China is out, Vietnam is in. As for a special relationship, the president would rather have one with Cuba than Britain. Nothing could better illustrate the extent of Barack Obama’s repudiation of the “foreign-policy establishment.”

Yet grand strategies are judged by their consequences, not by their intentions, and in the Middle East—not to mention North Africa and parts of South Asia—the consequences are not looking pretty.

If the arc of history is in fact bending toward Islamic extremism, sectarian conflict, networks of terrorism, and regional nuclear-arms races, then the 44th president will turn out to have been rather less smart than the foreign-policy establishment he so loftily disdains." --Niall Ferguson

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