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Phillips: Barack Obama, the Iranian Candidate

By: Judson Phillips, The Washington Times Barack Obama is more than just sympatric to Iran. He is the Iranian Candidate.

Germanwings Flight 9525 Co-Pilot Was Treated for 'Suicidal Tendencies' ...

Watch the latest video at Published March 30, 2015 | The co-pilot believed to have intentionally crashed a plane into the French Alps last week, killing all 150 aboard, had been treated for "suicidal tendencies," German prosecutors said Monday.

HHS Misspent Millions Of Tax Dollars On Medicare Payments … Again

By: Rachel Stoltzfoos,The Daily Caller U.S. taxpayers lost about $7.5 million in Medicare overpayments to two hospitals in less than two years.

The Amnesty Numbers Game

By: Jason Richwine, The National Review A case study in politicized statistics.   Immigration policy is fraught with trade-offs.

Assad: Americans Sugarcoating ISIS

By: Daniel Halper, The Weekly Standard Bashar al-Assad told Charlie Rose that some Americans are sugarcoating ISIS.

The Crushing Defeat that Shaped Scott Walker

By: Alex Isenstadt, Politico As he introduces himself to GOP primary voters nationwide, Scott Walker points to his long list of election wins in the swing state of Wisconsin — 11, to be exact.

President Obama to travel to Kenya in July

By: Nick Gass, Politico  President Barack Obama will travel to Kenya this July for the Global Entrepreneurship Summit, the White House announced Monday.

Arab Allies Wage War in Yemen with U.S. Weapons, Without U.S. Leadership

  By Rowan Scarborough, The Washington Times The U.S. has shipped billions of dollars worth of its best weapons to the Middle East in recent years, and today Arab nations are tapping that unprecedented arms buildup for the first time to wage war on multiple fronts, sometimes without American leadership.

Hillary: The Democrats' Nixon

Watch the latest video at   By JOHN FUND, National Review Ever since Hillary Clinton’s e-mail scandal broke earlier this month, comparisons between her secretive style and that of Richard Nixon, whom she ironically pursued as a young lawyer on the House impeachment committee, have been frequent.

Does Iran Have Secret Nukes In North Korea?

Gordon G. Chang, The Daily Beast In October 2012, Iran began stationing personnel at a military base in North Korea, in a mountainous area close to the Chinese border.

Iran Backs Away From Crucial Element In Negotiations

BY ETHAN BARTON, Washington Examiner Iran is no longer willing to ship its nuclear materials out of the country on Sunday, a move that was to be a critical component of a proposed agreement in a deal to prevent it from building nuclear weapons.

'Plan B' Martin O'Malley Goes Off On Hillary Clinton: 'The Presidency Is Not Some Crown To Be Passed On ...'

Real Clear Politics Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley supported Hillary Clinton's Maryland campaign in 2007, but "there are new perspectives needed." GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS, "THIS WEEK" HOST: Two threshold questions for anyone even thinking of running.

Meet the Woman Harry Reid Wants to Replace Him in the Senate ...

In many ways, Catherine Cortez Masto is a very different figure than the man she could replace. But they've been political allies for years.

Obama's Middle East Policy In Shambles: 'Whose Side Are We On?'

By Post Editorial Board, New York Post If Henry Kissinger had planned this, experts would be calling it Machiavellian.

Taxpayers Cheated? Senators Question Emails Between Hillary, Huma

Fox News Senate Republicans are renewing efforts to learn why Huma Abedin, a top assistant to then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, was allowed to keep working at the agency under a special, part-time status while also being employed at a politically-connected consulting firm.

The White House Doesn’t Like Indiana's Religious-Liberty Law, But Won’t Say Why It’s Different from the One Obama Supported

By PATRICK BRENNAN, The National Review When Indiana governor Mike Pence signed a religious-liberty-protection statute into law this past week, he probably didn’t expect the activist backlash and accusations that he’d just endorsed or legalized discrimination.

Military Planning to Spend Billions on New Air Force One

Published March 29, 2015 | The Pentagon is considering spending billions of dollars on three new Boeing 747s to use as Air Force One, the aircraft that shuttles the United States president.

A Boston Cop Shooting and Our Post-Truth Era

A career criminal shot a good cop. There’s no dispute over the facts. But that doesn’t mean everyone accepts them By Mike Barnicle, The Daily Beast A career criminal, Angelo West, 41 years old with several of those years spent in prison, emerged from a car Friday night in Boston, gun in hand, and shot 34-year-old police officer John Moynihan in the face, the bullet entering just beneath the cop’s right eye.

Jamie Foxx Under Fire for 'Transphobic' Bruce Jenner Jokes

By Patrick Ryan, USA Today The iHeartRadio Music Awards got off to a bumpy start Sunday night, as host Jamie Foxx went after Bruce Jenner — and his alleged transition into a woman — in his opening monologue.

8 Dead, 10 Injured in Florida Church Van Crash

Watch the latest video at   Published March 30, 2015 | At least eight people died and 10 others were injured early Monday when a church van from Fort Pierce ran through a stop sign, crossed all lanes of U.S.