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Lynne Russell, ex-CNN anchor, and her husband are alive thanks to a gun

Lynne Russell and her husband, Chuck de Caro, believe they would be dead if she hadn’t been carrying a gun. Late Wednesday night, Russell was forced at gunpoint from a motel parking lot into her room. The robber, not satisfied… Continue reading

Emails show weird world of Hillary

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Buzz Cut:• Emails show weird world of Hillary• Walker stays atop a remade Iowa race• Power Play: Jeb goes deep• Christie’s Maine man• Really natural childbirth
EMAILS SHOW… Continue reading

Justices uphold Arizona’s system for redistricting

The Supreme Court on Monday upheld Arizona congressional districts drawn by an independent commission and rejected a constitutional challenge from Republican lawmakers.
The 5-4 outcome preserves efforts in 13 states to limit partisan influence in redistricting. Most notably, California uses… Continue reading

Supreme Court rules against EPA on power plant regs

In a major win for the energy industry, the Supreme Court ruled Monday against the Environmental Protection Agency’s effort to limit certain power plant emissions — saying the agency “unreasonably” failed to consider the cost of the regulations.
The rules… Continue reading

U.S. Supreme Court upholds Arizona’s right to independent redistricting commission

WASHINGTON – In a blow to some lawmakers in the Grand Canyon state, the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday sided with Arizona’s system of having an independent commission redraw congressional districts.
The 5-4 outcome preserves efforts in 13 states to… Continue reading

EXCLUSIVE: Mammoth federal hack part of broader campaign against the U.S., experts say

The spectacular hacking assault on the federal government’s Office of Personnel Management is just part of a broader, systematic campaign against the most valuable U.S. cyber-assets, public and private, that is ongoing and likely includes operations inside classified U.S. government… Continue reading

Why Greece must default (or restructure its debt)

Greece will never be able to pay all its owes and the sooner its principal creditors—the European Union, European Central Bank and International Monetary—face reality, the better for everyone.
The Troika is demanding more austerity—cuts in government spending, higher taxes… Continue reading

White House blames white male resentment for Obama failures on guns, race

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Buzz Cut:• White House blames white male resentment for Obama failures on guns, race• ‘Clinton Cash’ author goes nuclear over Hillary uranium claim• Pence ‘will not comply’ with… Continue reading

Why Tom Brady may have a strong case for a lawsuit against the NFL

If a new study from the American Enterprise Institute is correct, the Patriots and their quarterback Tom Brady are going to sue the NFL for defamation in the so-called “Deflate gate” scandal. The accusation that the Patriots had broken the… Continue reading

Pope Francis paints himself into partisan political corner

As luck would have it, I was about to jump into the pope’s new environmental encyclical when I stumbled on an old story out of Israel. It seems that ­archaeological researchers found plaque on the teeth of people who lived… Continue reading