Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Larwyn's Linx: DC Circuit to Decide Whether Obama Administration Can Rewrite Laws

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DC Circuit to Decide Whether Obama Administration Can Rewrite Laws: Breitbart
The 15 Dumbest Anti–Hobby Lobby Signs at the Supreme Court : NRO
Time for Congress to Telecommute: Ben Shapiro

Jeb Bush Praises Illegals as ‘Risk Takers,’ Has Common Core Ally in Hillary: PW
Ted Cruz’s full interview with Cavuto: Scoop
Ted Cruz, Veteran of 9 SCOTUS Arguments: First Amendment on Trial: Foundry

#NCSen: Kay Hagan's Numbers are Even Worse Than Obama's: David Freddoso
House Democrat courts trial lawyer donors by mocking Iowa farmers: Exam
Gun Control Resistance Done Right: Outcast


Scott Walker has now cut Wisconsin taxes by $2 billion: RedAlert
If We Raise Minimum Wage, Why Stop At $10 An Hour?: John Kass
The Unavoidable Incompetence of the Federal Reserve: Max Keiser

Bizarre Arguments And Behavior: Walter Williams
Dick's Sporting Goods Now Discriminating Against Gun Owners : FreePatriot
Illinois: Gov. Quinn budget makes tax hike permanent: Trib

Scandal Central

Federal Election Commission looking into Harry Reid’s ‘holiday gifts’; Updated: Twitchy
Feds Raid Illinois Democrat in Child Pornography Investigation: R.S. McCain
Illinois School Redefines 2nd Amendment: TR

Climate & Energy

Fifteen Foolish Forecasts: How did environmentalists get it so wrong on Earth Day 1970?: IHTM
Study: Many US weather stations show cooling, maximum temperatures flat: WUWT
Progress: Indiana Clean Coal Plant Uses More Energy Than It Produces: GWP


Michelle Obama, Control Freak: Keith Koffler
The Greatest Opening Line in the History of Campaign Commercials: Charles C. W. Cooke
Race of Philly attackers revealed – will it matter to media now?: Allen West

VIDEO: Mother of 5 Says Obamacare ‘a Kick in the Gut’: Tatler
Jon Karl to Dear Leader: Was Romney Right?: AWD
Mark Levin reads an op-ed and you’ll NEVER guess who wrote it: Scoop

Where the Culture War Really Started: DTG
Debbie Wasserman Schultz jolts Twitter with anti-Obamacare tweet: BPR
We finally know who is responsible for black mob violence.: WGBAL


Obama: Russia Is Just An Insecure "Regional Power": Ace
Iranian Supreme Leader Denies the Holocaust as Crowd Chants 'Death to America': Breitbart
Sweden: Police humiliated and beaten up in Muslim area: JihadWatch

Britain's Baby Burnings: First Things
Keith Ellison (D-MN 5) – KeyWiki Progressive/Marxist Profiles: NoisyRm
Is It Official? Has Puerto Rico Failed?: American Interest

EXCLUSIVE: Venezuela Declares War, Directs Militia Against Students, Schools Preaching Capitalism: WZ
White House Thinks Anti-Semitism Is “Disappointing”: Tom Wilson
North Korea fires ballistic missiles after US meets with Asian allies: Stripes

Sci-Tech (courtesy BadBlue Tech News)

Super-Cheap Paper Microscope Could Save Millions of Lives: ABC
Target missed opportunities to stop hack, Senate report says: The Hill
Yet another survey shows Comcast and TWC are hated by their customers: BGR


WTF? LOL Cats Deployed to Help Us #GetCovered.: MOTUS
Dumbest Man On Cable News: Obamacare “Isn’t a Catastrophe, It’s a Godsend”: WZ
Florida Woman Fumbled Suit Over Public Poo: Courthouse News

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QOTD: "Whatever the origins of the events in Ukraine, the United States is now engaged in a confrontation with Russia. The Russians believe that the United States was the prime mover behind regime change in Ukraine. At the very least, the Russians intend to reverse events in Ukraine. At most, the Russians have reached the conclusion that the United States intends to undermine Russia's power. They will resist. The United States has the option of declining confrontation, engaging in meaningless sanctions against individuals and allowing events to take their course. Alternatively, the United States can choose to engage and confront the Russians.

A failure to engage at this point would cause countries around Russia's periphery, from Estonia to Azerbaijan, to conclude that with the United States withdrawn and Europe fragmented, they must reach an accommodation with Russia. This will expand Russian power and open the door to Russian influence spreading on the European Peninsula itself. The United States has fought three wars (World War I, World War II and the Cold War) to prevent hegemonic domination of the region. Failure to engage would be a reversal of a century-old strategy." --George Friedman

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