Oldie But goodie
“Is it possible that Russian President Vladimir Putin is a closet Zionist? We know that in the past he has taken a strong stand against anti-Semitism. In his presidential address in the Hall of the Kremlin on December 4, 2014, Putin called the Crimea Peninsula, where the Russian Orthodox Church was established, and where Grand Prince Vladimir was baptized, sacred to Russia. He referred to Christianity as a powerful spiritual unifying force, the basis of a united Russian nation. Therefore, Crimea and Sevastopol have invaluable sacral importance for Russia, as the Temple Mount in Jerusalem has for Jews…”
Egyptian man, looking suspiciously like Ed Asner, claims ISIS was created by the Jews with the aid of John McCain.
With Tammy's recent move to NYC, Elizabeth Chan's latest single “Christmas in the City” seemed like a nice seasonal salute to the Big Apple.
And now for something completely different.
A study in France shows correlation between height of women's heels and the behavior of men.
The Department of Treasury is seeking to order survival kits for all of its employees who oversee the federal banking system, according to a new solicitation.
The emergency supplies would be for every employee at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), which conducts on-site reviews of banks throughout the country. The survival kit includes everything from water purification tablets to solar blankets.
Opinion piece by Sen. Bob Kerrey.
“Sadly, there will be no real reforms, even though these are plainly needed. Just as the Snowden Operation made serious NSA reform impossible, since it brought the taint of treason and Moscow, the introduction of naked partisanship into the discussion of CIA torture means that Agency and IC reform is stillborn.”
John Schindler is one of the smartest and fairest voices on US intelligence I've encountered. I strongly suggest making his blog one to frequent.
The 1 million-member Progressive Change Campaign Committee (PCCC) on Wednesday rolled out its “Big Ideas Project,” an initiative which calls on all Americans to submit issues that they think should be at the forefront of the national conversation heading into the 2016 elections.
Twenty-nine lawmakers, including outgoing Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and progressive darling Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, have agreed to “seriously consider” the ideas and possibly incorporate them into new legislation.
The campaign comes after many progressives called out President Obama and other party leaders and claimed they failed to articulate a clear agenda before the 2014 elections, which resulted in devastating defeats for Democrats, including the loss of the Senate.
“Democrats lost in 2014 because they failed to inspire Americans with bold ideas that would tangibly improve people’s lives.
Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/dec/10/liberals-seek-reboot-democratic-party-big-ideas/?utm_source=RSS_Feed&utm_medium=RSS&utm_reader=feedly#ixzz3LVwVAhEQ
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