Newt: The Real Danger in Ukraine, WWI Centennial: Updated

2014 marks 100 years since WWI. Newt Gingrich compares and contrasts current events with those preceding The Great War, said to be "the war to end all wars". Obviously, it was not, and there will certainly be more.

Article: The Real Danger in Ukraine-by Newt Gingrich

This year is the centennial of the First World War. One-hundred years ago this month, in April 1914, no one thought there would be a war. But war began, triggered by events in Eastern Europe, by the end of July. It came as an enormous shock, in retrospect almost like the Titanic hitting an iceberg.

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GOP to Reid: Liar, Liar, Pants On Fire!

Ahhh, some refreshing truth from the GOP. Calling Harry Reid a "repetitive bold-face liar". The understatement floors me, but there's more. How about this: "If at first you don't succeed, lie, lie again." Now we're getting somewhere. 

Of course, it took a woman named Kirsten to put on her big boy pants and call a liar a liar, but it's a start. What else is he?

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John Kerry: The World is Ready To Act Against Russia

And not only do we really mean it this time, we meant it every other time. Can't you see the seriousness in my face? It ain't long for nothin'. It longs for you to get in line and tow, and tow you will, current US leadership notwithstanding.

You may think that because Russia comes before USA alphabetically, that you can come before us with your propagandist BS. You can't. We own propagandist BS (with kindest regards to NATO).

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First Tea Party Win of 2014!

Endorsed by Tea Party Express , other local Tea Party leaders, and Rand Paul. Curt Clawson, a businessman and former college basketball player soared to victory for a slam dunk in his bid to replace outgoing Radel, who was arrested for buying cocaine from an undercover agent.

He did have another female challenger who was oddly enough endorsed by both Sarah Palin and Jeb Bush. Now there's an unusual pairing wouldn't you say?

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Texas and Bundy's Stance Against Fed and The GOPe Crickets

How about a chirp? A peep? A tweet? Nothing? When did it become fashionable to avoid taking a stand on an issue? Are these not important enough? No campaign contributions for GOP DC lifers in it?

Can't side with the trampled people, no money in that. Can't side with those who grease Harry Reid's palms either, too many people votes at stake.

Is Texas the only place where a GOP AG (future Governor), current Governor, and Lt. Governor are willing to call tyrants tyrants? What's got your tongue RNC GOPe? Haven't figured a way to monetize it yet? Questions without answers, and a Fed without borders.

You stink. 

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BREAKING: FCC's Internet Tollbooth: How Much Freedom Can You Afford?

The FCC seems to be changing it's name to "The Ministry of Truth". At least that how it's beginning to look. They are set to make some new rules regarding use of the internet. "There are reports that the FCC is gutting the Open Internet rule. They are flat out wrong. Tomorrow we will circulate to the Commission a new Open Internet proposal that will restore the concepts of net neutrality consistent with the court's ruling in January. There is no 'turnaround in policy.' The same rules will apply to all Internet content. As with the original Open Internet rules, and consistent with the court's decision, behavior that harms consumers or competition will not be permitted." I guess the Ministry of Truth decides which is what there. (Source Headline: The FCC Will Lay Out New Rules That Could Destroy Net Neutrality-by KARYNE LEVY)

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BLM Has Sights Set...Texas Isn't Having Any of It

The BLM has it's sights set on 90 thousand acres in Texas...Texas isn't having any of it. The land grabbers at the BLM have a real fight on their hands now as Attorney General Abbott says he's ready to go to the Red River and plant a flag that says "Come And Take It". We the people, apparently the people of Texas especially, are fed up with Fedzilla and their money grubbing ways. We have had enough of our land being stolen from us, our businesses being driven under, and big government bullying us. Nice to see Texas taking a tough stand on this issue. Keep fighting the good fight...if the people stand together, we can't lose.

AG Abbott will be the next Governor of Texas. His only competition is Wendy Davis.

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Tom Steyer is NOT The Koch Brothers. No He is Not: UPDATED

Tom Steyer is most certainly not the Koch Brothers. Steyer's hedge fund is tied to a $67 million ponzi scheme that siphoned millions of dollars from foreign investors.

Steyer has also promised to spend $100 million to get democrats elected in 2014.

Meanwhile, the "evil" Koch Brothers donate billions of dollars to many deserving causes but generally give to conservative ones, you know, like all the money they give to M.D. Anderson for cancer research. How conservative is that? I guess they'd like to help conserve lives. How about that they "underwrite research and teaching at Brown, Mount Holyoke, Sarah Lawrence, University of Wisconsin at Madison, Vassar, and some 245 other colleges"? Is that conservative?

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Scalia: Sotomayor's Suggestion About Michigan Voters "Doubly Shameful"

Justice Scalia, now the longest serving Justice on the Supreme Court, speaks out about Justice Sotomayor's contention, and actual assertion, that Michigan voters are racists. Despite past Supreme Court rulings on affirmative action, Sotomayer seems to suggest that treating everyone equally, as Michigan voters have previously elected to do, is racist. By that measure I'd suppose the reverse to be true in her mind. That giving some groups special treatment is really the equitable thing to do. Is it?

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