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2 hrs ago | The Gully
How that jives with U.S. policy towards Cuba as expressed in the agency's decades-long attempts to poison Castro's cigars or otherwise vaporize him, is not explained in the CIA's dryly accurate The World Factbook 1999 , although the frequently invoked specter of national security comes to mind.
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5 hrs ago | Breitbart.com
Conservative radio host Mark Levin accepted the first annual Citizens United Andrew Breitbart Defender of the First Amendment Award at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Thursday afternoon before a standing-room-only crowd of hundreds of conservative activists.
9 hrs ago | Free Republic
These cases exhibit the lack of clear, convincing reasoning about sexuality-reasoning that respects the interlocutor as a person made in God's image, while grounding the discussion in sound biblical theology.
13 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Thanks to computer models, scientists are saying a global warming 'hiatus' can be attributed to volcanoes.
16 hrs ago | Amy Ridenour
After being castigated by Apple CEO Tim Cook at the company's annual shareholder meeting, Justin Danhof of the National Center for Public Policy Research's Free Enterprise Project took to the Fox Business Network's "Cavuto" to tell host Neil Cavuto - also a Apple shareholder - that Cook could not stand being asked "a very basic question" about the ... (more)
20 hrs ago | Times Educational Supplement
The We Day event aims to switch teenagers onto citizenship issues, with a host of inspiring speakers.
The Nobel Institute has said that Russian President, Vladimir Putin, is amongst the record breaking 278 people and organisations nominated for the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize.
If Corker were to leave Capitol Hill for Tennessee's open gubernatorial election in 2018, a number of strong GOP candidates would surface for his Senate seat.
But as the festival has grown over 20 years from a small branch to a dominant force of SXSW, it's easy to suffer from information overload about Interactive itself.
The national media's reaction to former President Bill Clinton's recent trip to Kentucky to boost the Senate candidacy of Democratic Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes was predictable.
The Left indoctrinates children into their ideology by teaching them their parent's are wrong and that they are better than them.
Al Gore is back in the headlines, this time telling a Kansas audience their 1930s Dust Bowl conditions will soon return unless we stop using fossil fuels.
Environmental alarmism has been with us since the first Earth Day in 1970, when Harvard biologist George Wald said, "Civilization will end within 15 to 30 years unless immediate action is taken against the problems facing mankind."
Big-name American consultants are recruited to work in campaigns around the world, and Ukrainian politics, in particular, has a long history of luring top talent.
The Earth's climate is in a constant state of change. [In the letter “ Fairfax County should lead on issues related to climate change “ in the Feb. 21-23 Fairfax Times, Jean Wright] assumes, by inference, that man can change the climate.
Peyton Manning reacted to his Super Bowl disappointment like many men deal with depressing situations: growing facial hair that doesn't look nearly as good as imagined.
A few months ago, on a reporting trip to London, I met up with the British historian and columnist Tim Stanley for a sad and bracing update on the fate of his country's conservative movement.