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The American Spectator

by Thomas Sowell

September 5, 2012

Those who think President Obama's tax hikes will spare the middle class are only deluding themselves.

We have heard many times from President Barack Obama how he plans to raise taxes on "millionaires and billionaires," but not on the middle class. Apparently, if you don't happen to be a millionaire or billionaire, you don't have to worry. But the numbers say otherwise -- and say so big time. The actual tax increase plans being proposed by Obama do not start with people who have an income of a million dollars a year.

World Net Daily

August 15, 2008

McDonald's, home of kids' Happy Meals and the Big Mac, has been cited by a boycott campaign for sponsoring conferences at which homosexuals are trained to be activists, according to the American Family Association.

"First, the company paid $20,000 to become a member of the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce and to have a seat on the board of directors. Next, McDonald's refused a request to remain neutral in the culture war by choosing to promote the gay agenda. Then McDonald's accused those opposing the gay agenda, including same-sex marriage, of being motivated by hate," the AFA's alert said.

michellemalkin.com

by Doug Powers

February 7, 2011

This is even better than the time Alan Grayson got saved by military contractors.

Two women who traveled from Portland, Oregon to Cairo last week to participate in Code Pink's latest Hamas-aid trip to Gaza ended up getting rescued by a big oil company-the kind Code Pink usually protests as killing the planet, when the leftist group isn't hobnobbing with terrorists and undermining U.S. allies like Egypt.

talkingpointsmemo.com

by Naomi Koppel

July 2, 2015

Nicholas Winton, a humanitarian who almost single-handedly saved more than 650 Jewish children from the Holocaust, earning himself the label "Britain's Schindler," has died. He was 106.

Son-in-law Stephen Watson said Winton died on Wednesday. The Rotary Club of Maidenhead, of which Winton was a former president, said his daughter Barbara and two grandchildren were at his side. Winton arranged trains to carry children from Nazi-occupied Prague to Britain, battling bureaucracy at both ends and saving them from almost certain death - and then kept quiet about his exploits for a half-century.

mercedsunstar.com

by John E. Sununu

July 14, 2012

Once upon a time, all you needed to be an organic farmer in America was a pair of Birkenstocks and a commitment to keep your products chemical-free. Those idealistic days of the 1990s are long gone.

Today, organic farming is a $30 billion industry dominated by Big Agriculture, backed up by Uncle Sam and a federal rulebook that gets longer every day. Today, the National Organic Standards Board keeps a list of 250 nonorganic food additives that can be used under the "certified organic" label. That's three times the number listed just 10 years ago. As the Soviets proved time and again, a good central committee can kill just about anything. Only a few farmers saw this coming.

CNS News

by Elaine Donnelly

November 7, 2012

The first step in solving a problem is to first recognize that it exists.

An article in the Washington Post titled The Strategy That Paved a Winning Path provides insider information and insights that might help conservatives to address problems in the next presidential race. Mitt Romney is a good man who ran a vigorous campaign, but like Senators Bob Dole and John McCain before him, Romney seemed reluctant to express a clear conservative message, and to confront the liberal record of Barack Obama. In 2012 the campaign's "conservative message deficiency" (CMD) syndrome played out in several ways.

CNS News

by Sabrina Gladstone

August 3, 2012

Subsidies to businesses in the federal budget in Fiscal Year 2012 cost taxpayers almost $100 billion, according to a new report from the Cato Institute.

"That includes direct and indirect subsidies to small businesses, large corporations, and industry organizations," the libertarian think-tank said in its latest policy analysis. The subsidies are handed out from programs in many federal departments, including the departments of Agriculture, Commerce, Energy, and Housing and Urban Development, the report noted. At the same time, the federal government will run its fourth consecutive deficit in excess of $1 trillion this year.

Big Journalism

by P.J. Salvatore

October 14, 2011

In keeping with the new media notion of crowdsourcing-enthusiastically embraced by the MSM when trawling through Sarah Palin's emails-Big Government will be providing readers later today with links to a document drop consisting of 1000's of emails.

The email archive, created by a private cyber security researcher, appears to contain messages shared by the left's anarcho-socialist activists during the strategic and daily tactical planning of the "Occupy Wall Street" and broader "Occupy" campaign this fall. Big Government received a tip about the existence of the archive, and we were able to contact the individual who compiled and posted it.

F-Secure Weblog

by Mikko

October 18, 2012

US Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta has warned that the United States faces a possible 'Cyber Pearl Harbor' attack by foreign computer hackers.

Is the risk level really so high? In order to estimate the risk of an attack, you have to understand your enemy. There are various players behind the online attacks, with completely different motives and with different techniques. If you want to effectively defend against attacks, you have to be able to estimate who is most likely going to attack you, and why.

rt.com

July 3, 2013

Tensions between Kim Dotcom and Prime Minister John Key were raised as the pair sparred at a parliamentary committee hearing on the government's proposed surveillance law, with Dotcom voicing his opposition to the controversial legislation.

The New Zealand government has proposed a change in the law to allow the Government Communications Security Bureau (GCJB) to provide support to the New Zealand Police, Defense Force and the Security Intelligence Service. Dotcom was voicing his opposition to the law and was the star of the show on the second day of hearings of the secretive Security and Intelligence Committee. "We should avoid blindly following the US into the dark ages of spying. In the end, the GCSB is just a subsidiary of the (US) National Security Agency and the US government calls all the shots," he told the committee.

      
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