Man Wearing ISIS Logo Reportedly Arrested In Houston, TX   There isn’t much information on this story but it represents the second report – with photos – of an alleged ISIS fighter / sympathizer in Houston. According to a website called Political Ears, which links to a Tea Partyfacebook page, the back of a man wearing body armor …

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The Senate this week is debating a bill proposed by Democrats to add a constitutional amendment that would overturn the Citizens United Supreme Court decision and place more limits on campaign spending by corporations. Plenty of Republicans have attacked this as an assault on free speech, and Ted Cruz echoed these sentiments on the Senate …

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A senior communications aide to Attorney General Eric Holder seemingly called House oversight committee chairman Darrell Issa’s staff by accident and asked for their help spinning new revelations about the IRS scandal, Issa said in a September 8 letter to Holder. The aide, Brian Fallon, is a former senior aide to Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) …

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HBO’s Bill Maher has made something of a career bashing Republicans on a weekly basis, but recent interviews indicate he may be willing to vote GOP in 2016 under certain circumstances. “Rand Paul is an interesting candidate to me,” Maher told The Hill this week. “Rand Paul could possibly get my vote.” Sen. Paul (R-KY) …

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The Mayor of Philadelphia has agreed to endorse legislation that decriminalizes the possession and public consumption of marijuana, making it one of the largest American cities to turn back punitive drug laws. The bill, which Mayor Michael Nutter said he will endorse, was proposed by the city council, and – with the latest amendments – …

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The Missouri town’s first public meeting since the shooting death of black teenager Michael Brown, 18, killed by a white police officer on August 9, turned chaotic with audience members shouting down Ferguson’s council members. Despite being held inside of a chapel, Mayor James Knowles had trouble from the start maintaining peace and order during …

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The Wall Street Journal reports that U.S. officials are struggling to ascertain the movements of suspected extremists once they enter certain European countries. The gaps are occurring despite the fact that the U.S. and several European security services have developed close intelligence links, with intelligence from both sides of the Atlantic buttressing terror watch lists …

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Fox and Friends asked its viewers what story outraged them the most this morning. And this one out of Michigan was an easy winner: an Army officer was apparently told he could not enter his daughter’s school because he was wearing his Army uniform. Marine Vet Denied Entry to Six Flags Over This ‘Offensive’ Shirt… Disabled Vet Harassed by …

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A database of what appears to be some 5 million login and password pairs for Google accounts has been leaked to a Russian cyber security internet forum. It follows similar leaks of account data for popular Russian web services. The text file containing the alleged compromised accounts data was published late on Tuesday on the …

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A new surveillance device has been developed that has the potential to stop drones and Google Glass wearers from hacking into one’s Wi-Fi network. Cyborg Unplug works by sending de-authentication signals to unwanted monitoring or spying devices. The device is the size of a computer adaptor, so it can be transported anywhere and can be …

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From the “You Can’t Make This Stuff Up” files comes an update on heavyweight Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. As we reported in January, the movie tycoon and Obama fundraiser had, at that time, announced his intention to “make a movie with Meryl Streep” that would make the NRA “wish they weren’t alive ….”  We had …

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In January 2010, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down a key decision in the case of Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission. The decision removed unconstitutional restrictions on the ability to speak freely at election time of grassroots groups like NRA and others. But now, some are trying to reverse the decision–and while they recognize …

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A panel of top global narcotics experts fronted by prominent public figures including Kofi Annan, Richard Branson and eight ex-national presidents, is strongly urging that drugs be a matter for health professionals, not the police, in a new report. “Overwhelming evidence points to not just the failure of the drug control regime to attain its …

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On August 29 Sheikh Iyad Abu Mujahid Funoun pulled out an assault rifle while delivering his fire and brimstone tirade to the cockroaches congregation assembled at the Al Huda mosque in Gaza on August 29, 2014. I can’t tell exactly what the Sheikh is saying, but I’m guessing it isn’t a message of love and understanding. …

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At a rally held by the National Action Network in front of the Ferguson, Missouri Police Department, reporters gathered to question Anthony Gray, the Brown family attorney, on the explosive case against the Ferguson PD. From the video (excerpted from The Gateway Pundit): National Action Network Spokesman: You cannot look the other way when the …

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Along with this good friend Sen. Lindsey Graham(R-SC), Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) penned a New York Times op-ed this weekend calling on President Barack Obama to “confront ISIS now” and criticizing him for saying “We don’t have a strategy yet.” But asked by Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren what the U.S. should do about ISIS …

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