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Study Concludes That FEMA Should Be Terminated

Study Concludes That FEMA Should Be Terminated

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FEMA: Floods, Failures, and Federalism The study summarized below takes a wide-ranging look at federal spending on disaster preparedness and relief, and also examines the national flood insurance program. It looks at everything from the San Francisco Earthquake of 1906 to Katrina in 2005. It concludes that FEMA…

POLL: 39% of Young Americans Don’t Want to Work

POLL: 39% of Young Americans Don’t Want to Work

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On Friday, the  Washington Examiner  reported  that according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, a full 85.9 million Americans had said they did not want a job last month – 93 percent of all of those who had dropped out of labor force. The labor force participation rate…

Gallup: Record 63% Say Having Gun Makes Home Safer

Gallup: Record 63% Say Having Gun Makes Home Safer

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Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More Sharing Services 19 Gun photo (CNSNews.com) - Sixty-three percent of Americans questioned in a Gallup survey conducted in October and released this month said they believe having a gun in their house makes it a safer place to be. “A record-high…

Big Truthy is watching (some of) you…and me

Big Truthy is watching (some of) you…and me

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Screen Shot 2014-11-11 at 11.15.07 PM Screen Shot 2014-11-11 at 11.13.48 PM Big Truthy is watching (some of) you by Michelle Malkin Creators Syndicate Copyright 2014 This week, President Obama launched a prominent social media campaign on behalf of “net neutrality” and urged the FCC to “keep the…

Pentagon sex assault survey raises doubts of accuracy

Pentagon sex assault survey raises doubts of accuracy

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Critics say a Pentagon survey of military sexual assault is likely biased in favor of the respondents, who may be overreporting instances of abuse. (associated press) more > Exclusive Washington Times Daily Briefing Washington Times By Rowan Scarborough - The Washington Times - Sunday, November 9, 2014 A…

Poll: 39% of Democrats Want Obama to Run for a Third Term

Poll: 39% of Democrats Want Obama to Run for a Third Term

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Print article Send a Tip The atmosphere before the midterm elections apparently didn't do a thing to chasten Obama's most hardcore, Democrat fans. A new poll shows that nearly a third of those Democrats surveyed wish Obama could have a third term. A new Economist /YouGov poll that…

The Polls Were Skewed, All Right–in Favor of Democrats

The Polls Were Skewed, All Right–in Favor of Democrats

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As the 2014 midterm election wound to a close, left-wing pundits repeated the error of their conservative rivals in 2012, claiming that the polls forecasting doom were skewed. It turns out that they were right--but in entirely the wrong direction. As fivethirtyeight's numbers guru Nate Silver noted after…

Less Than Half of Americans Support Stricter Gun Laws

Less Than Half of Americans Support Stricter Gun Laws

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Less Than Half of Americans Support Stricter Gun Laws Story Highlights Two years after Newtown, 47% favor stricter gun sale laws Near-record high say U.S. should not ban handgun possession Democrats most likely to favor stricter gun sale laws WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Less than half of Americans, 47%,…

Obama’s base crumbles: Youths, Latinos slip away

Obama’s base crumbles: Youths, Latinos slip away

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AP (If you like your Senate majority, you can.....) Heading into the last hectic weekend of the 2014 midterm election campaign, a couple of revealing findings stick out that are ominous for Democrats: Young 'Hope & Change' voters, who formed the core of Barack Obama's 2008 victory, have…

Two Scenarios for Tuesday

Two Scenarios for Tuesday

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Tweet Email Print 192 Comments The public polling right now is just sort of weird.  The president's job approval nationally is 42 percent .  This should be consistent with a terrible midterm election for Democrats.  And, indeed, we have polling consistent with that: Jeanne Shaheen’s tight race in…

Democrats Increasingly Using Race-Baiting Tactics to Scare Black Voters to Polls

Democrats Increasingly Using Race-Baiting Tactics to Scare Black Voters to Polls

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Print article Send a Tip In key contests across the South, Democrats are increasingly resorting to harsh, race-based tactics in an effort to scare black voters to get to the polls on Election Day. Democrat machines in Louisiana, Florida, Georgia, and North Carolina are worried that their African…

POLL: Obama’s Latino Support Fading

POLL: Obama’s Latino Support Fading

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Print article Send a Tip President Obama’s base of support among Hispanics and young people is eroding dramatically in the run-up to the 2014 elections.  According to the Pew Research Center, Hispanic voters are upset with the Obama administration over what they perceive to be elevated deportations and…

Gallup Shows Democrats’ Pet Issues Irrelevant To Voters

Gallup Shows Democrats’ Pet Issues Irrelevant To Voters

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A recent Gallup poll which asked Americans to name "the most important problem" facing our country shows that pet Democrat issues, such as gun control, rank near the very bottom of the list.  Moreover, issues like global warming and the "war on women" didn't even make the list.  According…

A Tea-Party Loss in Court

A Tea-Party Loss in Court

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Comments 0 Thursday, Judge Reggie Walton of the U.S. District Court of the District of Columbia dismissed almost all counts in two major lawsuits brought by conservative groups against the IRS. So why would Judge Walton — a George W. Bush appointee — make this decision? Believe it…

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