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Former President Jimmy Carter has done and said a lot of stupid things over the past 40 years. But the muddle-headed octogenarian may have reached a new low. He agreed to be the featured speaker at an organization that has raised millions of dollars for Hamas, the terrorist organization that controls the Gaza Strip.
As violent Islamic extremists in the Middle East vow to bring bloodshed to the U.S. homeland, the federal government continues its politically correct willful ignorance of the threat radical Islam poses to the well-being of American citizens.
Put this in the “no kidding” category: A majority of Americans believes the supposedly impartial U.S. Department of Justice is more preoccupied with politics than justice whenever it insinuates itself into a local matter that has made national headlines.
Often, psychologists and self-help gurus attempt to promote the idea that the defining quality of the average person’s life is whether he is a follower or a leader. The problem is that very few people in our society understand anymore what it actually means to be a leader. Most Americans today are followers.
U.S.-China tensions have risen recently over suspicions of Chinese nationals infiltrating U.S. company computer systems. In May, the U.S. Justice Department accused five Chinese military officers of hacking several U.S. companies. The indictments came amid a string of U.S. security breaches tied to hackers in China.
“Labor Day” is a misnomer. It is a leisure day ostensibly designed to celebrate the labor movement. Everyone now sees it as a leisure day for barbecue, final dips in the lake or ocean and the last “blowout” of summer.
It’s been more than a year since Aaron Swartz’s tragic death, and now his life is the subject of a new documentary. The film tells the story of a political activist and innovator who put theory into practice, always experimenting and building new tools and methodologies to animate his theory of change.
What’s going to be on the agenda in Washington this week? The topics discussed on the Sunday political talk shows often serve as an indicator of the hot topics to come. Here’s what was discussed.
Oh, how I loathe the idea of suing President Obama. When dealing with a self-styled despot of such low character, a mere lawsuit just seems too small. I say it’s high time Congress goes old school on the White House: Drag Obama and his law-flouting minions onto the mat for a full-on, prison-yard beatdown.
The head of one progressive super PAC is justifying his group’s acceptance of funds from progressive billionaire George Soros, even as he condemns conservative committees for taking contributions from the libertarian-aligned Koch brothers. The difference, he argues, is simply that he’s on the good guys’ side.