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  • Steve Hayes: NY Times Ignores Evidence of Al Qaeda Link to Benghazi

    Steve Hayes explains how the recent New York Times story on Benghazi ignores the evidence of an al Qaeda link to the Benghazi attack, including evidence from the New York Times itself: http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/times-ignores-evidence-al-qaeda-link-benghazi_772386.html The post Steve Hayes: NY Times Ignores Evidence of Al Qaeda Link to Benghazi appeared first on…

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  • Getting to No: the GOP Mantra for 2014

    by Brian Fahy & Garrett Fahy In the successful and influential book “Getting to Yes,” the authors provide strategies for reaching mutually acceptable agreements in all kinds of conflicts. In the hit movie series “Austin Powers,” Dr. Evil rejects his son’s outlandish schemes for world domination with the question, “how…

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  • The Difference Between Outrageous and Controversial

    Russian television star Ivan Okhlobystin told a Siberian rally he would like to see all gay people “burned alive in ovens,” offering a useful contrast with the raging American controversy over Duck Dynasty. Media executives might reasonably distance themselves from the Russian actor’s cruel remarks, but Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil…

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  • “How Medicaid Fails The Poor” by Avik Roy

    Off to New York to promote the publication of The Happiest Life for the next week, but I will be broadcasting from our NYC studios. My Monday Washington Examiner column focuses on the expansion of the Medicaid rolls as a result of Obamacare and why this is such a disaster for…

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  • Martin Spinelli – Rebecca Costa

    Martin Spinelli is a writer, radio producer and professor. His bestselling book “After the Crash” (Mainstream Publishing/Random House UK, April 2013) tells the story of his son’s miraculous recovery from a car accident caused by distracted driving and his own personal transformation. Martin Spinelli travels the world speaking on the…

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  • The New York Times Investigates Benghazi

    David Kirkpatrick is a serious and courageous reporter whose work from Egypt through that country’s years of upheaval has been the best available in the U.S. Now the New York Times has tasked Kirkpatrick with figuring out what happened in Benghazi on 9/11/12. His take on the attacks in Benghazi…

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