Saturday, February 28, 2015

After ObamaCare turned out to be such an epic mess, a somber President Barack Obama retreated to the White House for a few days of reading and reflecting on the proper role of government.

Okay, this is a vision from an alternate universe. But you’d think that confronted with the mounting evidence of government's basic incompetence, even President Obama might have some second thoughts about assigning to government tasks that were once in the purview of individual citizens. But you would be wrong. 

Indeed the final two years of the Obama administration will be devoted to enlarging government, despite the dismal record of Obama’s first six years in the White House.

Almost behind the public’s back and with little fanfare, the FCC acceded yesterday to an Obama administration demand and voted that the internet be regulated like a public utility. Pro “Net Neutrality” activists hadn’t bothered to convince the public that the FCC needed expanded power to keep the internet “open,” but Democrats have the majority on the FCC. They claimed that more industry regulation was needed, but destroying the free market which until now has driven innovation in communication and the internet was hardly a victory for the little guy. Unless you just happen to have a blind faith in government and government bureaucrats, it's hard to see the upside in allowing the federal government to throw its suffocating embrace over the heretofore-dynamic internet.

WASHINGTON (AP) — The House has approved a bill to fund the Homeland Security Department for one week, with just two hours before a midnight deadline.

The measure now goes to President Barack Obama for his signature.

The vote late Friday was 357-60 as Democrats joined majority Republicans in backing the bill that averts a partial government shutdown.

The vote was a turnaround from a few hours earlier, when tea party conservatives rebelled against GOP leaders and helped sink a measure that would have ensured full funding for the agency for three weeks.

Democrats had opposed that measure, arguing that the department should be funded through the end of the budget year on Sept. 30.

See video 'House Fails to Pass Stopgap Bill to Fund homeland Security' here:

Islamic State throws another gay man off a building, crowd stones him

By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch


Woe to you — from the gay community — if you dare to point out Sharia persecution of gays. When Pamela Geller and I ran ads highlighting the mistreatment of gays in Islamic law, the San Francisco City Council issued a resolution condemning not that mistreatment, but our ads. Gay advocates such as Theresa Sparks […]

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Islamic State murders 15 Christian hostages, beheads woman; 35 Christian villages emptied, deserted isis kidnaps
Pamela Geller / Atlas Shrugs

And to think that the President of the United States sits idly by and exploits these horrors to proselytize for Islam and insist that Islam is peace.

A mass execution is being planned for Friday, February 27, in the mosque of Bab Alfaraj.

ISlS kidnaps 200 Christians in Syria – RAW FOOTAGE

Islamic State murders 15 Christian hostages, beheads woman; 35 Christian villages now entirely uninhabited

February 27, 2015 5:48 pm (thanks to Robert Spencer)

(ANSAmed) – ROME – The Islamic State (ISIS) has killed 15 of the Christians it took hostage in northeastern Syria earlier this week.

The news was given by Archimandrite Emanuel Youkhana to the Catholic organization Aid to the Church in Need on Thursday. ”Many of them,” he said, ”were defending their...


Saturday, February 28th on RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS on CPR Worldwide Media from 11am to 1pm EST, Craig and Diane will be talking amnesty, recovered e-mails, net neutrality, and other important issues of the day.

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