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  • Ebola In NYC, And Possibly A Jihadi Too: The Backdrop For Early Voting

    Posted on October 24, 2014 Hugh Hewitt

    Hard to keep an eye on early vote counts when Ebola arrives in the Big Apple, and a hatchet-wielding, police-attacking Queens man may indeed be the latest ISIS-inspired terrorist. That is the backdrop of the campaign’s final stretch and it cannot be helping Democrats that a generalized anxiety about world driven by the virus and […]

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  • Carol Moseley Braun – Rebecca Costa

    Posted on October 23, 2014 Rebecca Costa

    Carol Moseley Braun is an American politician who represented Illinois in the United States Senate from 1993 to 1999. She was the first African-American woman to win an election to the U.S. Senate after defeating opponent Richard Williamson. In 1999, President Bill Clinton appointed Moseley Braun U.S. Ambassador to New Zealand and Samoa. In 2003, […]

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  • OUT-OF-DATE STATISTICS DISTORT PUBLIC POLICIES

    Posted on October 23, 2014 Michael Medved

    Out-of-date or non-existent statistics often spur irrational conclusions about major issues. For instance, many liberals today worry about military-style assault rifles and call for a renewed ban on their sale. But government figures show only 2 percent of gun crimes involve so-called assault weapons and overall gun homicides declined an amazing 49 percent since 1993—despite […]

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  • MINIMUM WAGE HIKE PUNISHES THE DESERVING –AND THE NEEDY

    Posted on October 23, 2014 Michael Medved

    Democrats campaign on the slogan “America needs a raise!” but their bid to hike the minimum wage would hurt the chances of income growth for the middle class. Nearly 80 percent of all workers already get more than $10.10 an hour, so a government mandated boost for those earning less, would do nothing for the […]

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