‘Racial’ Cop Stories That Didn’t Make The Cut

Larry Elder,  Right Wing News

In 2012, according to the CDC, 140 blacks were killed by police. That same year 386 whites were killed by police. Over the 13-year period from 1999 to 2011, the CDC reports that 2,151 whites were killed by cops — and 1,130 blacks were killed by cops. Continue reading

The show must go on: CNN interview takes a painfully awkward turn [VIDEO]

T. Becket Adams,  Washington Examiner

CNN’s Brooke Baldwin was forced to carry on an awkward interview Wednesday afternoon after her guest, actor Jay Thomas, joked about pro-North Korea operatives assassinating embattled actors James Franco and Seth Rogen. Continue reading

Networks Dodge News Judge Has Ruled Parts of Obama’s Executive Amnesty Unconstitutional

by Curtis Houck,  Media Research Center

A federal judge in Pennsylvania ruled on Tuesday that portions of President Barack Obama’s presidential action on immigration were unconstitutional as “Congress’s lawmaking power is not subject to presidential supervision or control” and that “congressional inaction does not endow legislative power with the executive.” Continue reading

Obama to open normalization talks with Castro

by Carrie Budoff Brown and Josh Gerstein,  Politico

President Barack Obama announced the most sweeping shift in U.S. policy toward Cuba in more than half a century Wednesday, calling the move to reestablish diplomatic relations a “new chapter” for the two countries. Continue reading

Medical Professional Call For Regulation Of Claims That Cosmetics Are Hypoallergenic

by Britt E. Erickson,  Chemical & Engineering News

The list of ingredients found in body lotion, shampoo, and other personal care products can be overwhelming for a consumer to read. This is particularly true for people suffering from allergic skin rashes who are trying to figure out what chemical is causing them to break out or itch.

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Poll Finds Americans Overwhelmingly Support ‘Torture’

Derek Hunter,  The Daily Caller

Democratic California Sen. Dianne Feinstein had hoped the release of the Democratic Party’s “torture report” would turn the American people against the enhanced interrogation techniques used to extract information from known terrorists like 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheik Mohammad. It didn’t. Continue reading

“Can you smell the Aqua Velva!”: Why Jeb Bush is this year’s Fred Thompson

,  Salon

GOP and media insiders are obsessed with another “perfect” candidate. Here’s what they’re missing — yet again. Continue reading

How Successful People Squash Stress

by Travis Bradberry,  Forbes

We all know that living under stressful conditions has serious physical and emotional consequences. Continue reading

Ninth Circuit Grants Friedrichs’ Motion: Next Stop — Supreme Court

by Staff,  The Center for Individual Rights

A three judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit issued an order granting the plaintiffs’ Motion for Summary Affirmance on the Pleadings. That means Rebecca Friedrichs and her co-plaintiffs are now free to petition the Supreme Court for review of their challenge to compulsory union dues. Continue reading

‘Known Wolf’ Syndrome: Sydney Hostage-Taker Is Yet Another Case

by Patrick Poole,  PJ Media

With the hostage situation resolved — hopefully with no innocent lives lost (reports just coming in – UPDATE: Reports say that one hostage as well as the gunman are dead) — and the release of the name of the hostage taker, Iranian-born Islamic cleric Man Monis aka Shiekh Haron, this seems to be yet another case of what I termed here at PJ Media several weeks ago as “Known Wolf Syndrome.” Continue reading