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Latest Trends in Religious Restrictions and Hostilities

Latest Trends in Religious Restrictions and Hostilities

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Restrictions on Religion, by Year Worldwide, social hostilities involving religion declined somewhat in 2013 after reaching a six-year peak the previous year, but roughly a quarter of the world’s countries are still grappling with high levels of religious hostilities within their borders, according to the Pew Research Center’s…

Growing Support for Campaign Against ISIS – and Possible Use of U.S. Ground Troops

Growing Support for Campaign Against ISIS – and Possible Use of U.S. Ground Troops

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Shifting Views on How Best to Defeat Global Terrorism More Approve of U.S. Campaign Against Islamic Militants in Iraq and Syria…And Public Is Now Divided Over Possible Use of Ground Troops The public has grown more supportive of the U.S. fight against ISIS, as about twice as many…

Poll: Scott Walker Surges in Iowa, Rand Paul in Second

Poll: Scott Walker Surges in Iowa, Rand Paul in Second

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by Charlie Spiering 25 Feb 2015 4 A new Quinnipiac poll shows that Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker is surging in Iowa, leading the state with 25 percent of likely Republican caucus-goers. Walker is currently under fire from media elites after signaling his reluctance to weigh in on his…

Obama 6X More Delusional Than Bush – Google Results

Obama 6X More Delusional Than Bush – Google Results

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One particular day, just for giggles we googled “President Obama, delusional”, and then “President George W. Bush, delusional”. The former came up with over 3 million results. The latter lagged way behind, scoring 481,000. Think about that. When linking both Barack and “W’s” name plus office, with a…

‘Teetering’ Dems now chasing after WHITE votes; ‘by calling people racists?’

‘Teetering’ Dems now chasing after WHITE votes; ‘by calling people racists?’

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The Democratic Party is learning that if it wants to win elections, capturing the majority might be important. After decades of trying to woo the minority vote — and incessantly bashing white Americans and white male Americans in particular — the party is calling for a plan to…

1 in 5 Children On Food Stamps, 1 in 4 Live With At Least One Foreign-Born Parent

1 in 5 Children On Food Stamps, 1 in 4 Live With At Least One Foreign-Born Parent

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by Caroline May 20 Feb 2015 292 AP Twenty percent of children in the United States are on food stamps, according to a recent Census Bureau report. According to the government data, the number of children receiving food stamps is higher than it was at the beginning of…

CNN Poll Says: Most Americans oppose Netanyahu invite

CNN Poll Says:  Most Americans oppose Netanyahu invite

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By a very wide margin.  If the poll is accurate.   Rather then just take CNN’s word for it, I followed the link to get to the raw data and found a couple things that made me scratch my head.. I’m no statistician, but I noticed the poll included some…

Georgia Poll Shows Huge Opposition To Obama’s Amnesty

Georgia Poll Shows Huge Opposition To Obama’s Amnesty

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OAKLAND, CA - JULY 11: A protestor holds a sign during a demonstration against unemployment benefit cuts on July 11, 2012 in Oakland, California. Dozens of protestors with the group Union of Unemployed Workers staged a demonstration to protest cuts in unemployment benefits. (Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) Registered…

Discontent with Politics Common in Many Emerging and Developing Nations

Discontent with Politics Common in Many Emerging and Developing Nations

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Widespread Belief That Wealthy Have Too Much Influence Political Dissatisfaction High in Middle East and Latin America People in emerging and developing countries around the world are on balance unhappy with the way their political systems are working. A recent Pew Research Center survey finds that, across 31…

North Dakota Has Highest State Payroll to Population Rate

North Dakota Has Highest State Payroll to Population Rate

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Story Highlights Wyoming had lowest unemployment at 2.6% West Virginia remains lowest P2P at 35.6% GDP per capita, economic indexes track with P2P This story is part of Gallup's annual "State of the States" series , which reveals state-by-state differences on political, economic, religion and well-being measures. WASHINGTON,…

Fox Poll: Nearly Three-Fourths Of Americans Think Obama Has No Clear ISIS Strategy

Fox Poll: Nearly Three-Fourths Of Americans Think Obama Has No Clear ISIS Strategy

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According to a new Fox News poll , nearly three-fourths of Americans believe that President Barack Obama has no clear strategy to defeat ISIS, and more than half disapprove of his handling of foreign policy and terrorism. When asked if they “think the Obama administration has a clear…

Voters’ verdict: Obama’s ISIS action plan is not good enough

Voters’ verdict: Obama’s ISIS action plan is not good enough

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Spc. Charles W. Gill / U.S. Army On Wednesday, President Obama sent a draft authorization for use of military power against ISIS. But already Americans say such a half-hearted assault on terrorists is not good enough. As a political symbol (and to spread the blame when something goes…

SPLC Apologizes, Removes Ben Carson from Extremist List

SPLC Apologizes, Removes Ben Carson from Extremist List

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by Austin Ruse 11 Feb 2015 64 AFP The Southern Poverty Law Center has announced they have removed Dr. Ben Carson from their “extremist” file. In an unsigned statement  released on Wednesday, SPLC said, “In October 2014, we posted an ‘Extremist File’ of Dr. Ben Carson. This week,…

N.D. First, Conn. Last in State Job Creation in 2014

N.D. First, Conn. Last in State Job Creation in 2014

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Story Highlights North Dakota ranks No. 1 in worker reports of job creation Connecticut ranks last, followed closely by Alaska Job Creation Index inched slightly higher nationally in 2014 PRINCETON, N.J. -- North Dakota maintained its pre-eminent position in Gallup's annual ranking of state job markets in 2014,…

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