Wednesday, February 3, 2016


Today, Wednesday, February 3rd from 2 to 4pm EST, RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS Craig Andresen and Diane Sori will discuss the latest on Hillary and her emails, Obama Visits a Mosque...How Special is That, and Recapping the Hawkeye Cauci.

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When you think of the United States as being free, what comes to mind? The ability to speak your mind? To vote? To live and work where you please? Good answers, but there’s another kind of liberty that’s easily overlooked, although it affects nearly everything we do
I’m talking about economic freedom. How free are we to earn without being over-taxed and over-regulated? How complicated is it to start a business and keep it running? Does our government spend too much? Can we trade freely with other countries?

Such questions may not leap to mind when we evaluate how free we are. But they should. They affect numerous aspects of our daily lives, from how much money we make and what kind of work we do, to how high prices and unemployment are -- and even what kind of appliances we can buy.

So how economically free are we? And where do we stand in relation to the world?

Every year, The Heritage Foundation and The Wall Street Journal release a country-by-country policy guide known as theIndex of Economic Freedom. And the 2016 Index shows that our global ranking is No. 11, with a score of 75.4 (on a 0-100 scale, with 100 being the freest).
Former frontrunner Donald Trump came in second in Iowa for many reasons, but the biggest one is that he is widely disliked by most Americans.

A national survey by the respected Gallup Poll, which was ignored by the news media, found that Trump is the most unlikeable presidential candidate in either party in decades.

Trump is known for many things, his wealth, his gigantic ego and braggadocio, and his nasty insults of people he does not like. But most Americans have known him as the presidential candidate who led in all the polls for the GOP presidential nomination. Not anymore.

That was laid to rest last week by Frank Newport, Gallup's editor-in-chief, in an analysis he titled "Trump's Negative Image."

"Most political and media commentators have at this point installed Donald Trump as the GOP front-runner," he wrote last week.

"But this narrative tends to obscure the fact that Trump is the most unpopular candidate of either party when the entire U.S. population is taken into account -- and that he has a higher unfavorable rating than any nominated candidate from either of the two major parties going back to the 1992 election when we began to track favorability using the current format," Newport said.
Hamas rolls out new “tank”: wood mockup with sewage pipe for gun turret

By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch


Hamas rolls out new “tank”: wood mockup with sewage pipe for gun turret
War is deceit, said Muhammad. “Hamas Rolls Out Its New ‘Tank’ to Fight Israel. See If You Can Spot the Problem,” by Sharona Schwartz, The Blaze, February 2, 2016: During a memorial service Saturday for seven Hamas militants killed when the tunnel they were in collapsed on them, Hamas rolled out what it called a […]
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Iran’s Naval Commander: We Took Extensive Info From American Sailors’ Phones, Laptops

Pamela Geller / Atlas Shrugs

sailors6We’re not hearing this from the U.S. government, which continues to gloss over this incident. We’re hearing it from the Iranian government, which is treating this as if it were a military victory.

How long are John Kerry and Barack Obama going to continue to lie to us about Iran? Until January 20, 2017.

“Iran’s Naval Commander: We Took Extensive Info From American Sailors’ Phones, Laptops,” by Morgan Chalfant, Washington Free Beacon, February 1, 2016:
Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) naval commander claimed Monday that his men harvested extensive information from cell phones and laptops confiscated from the 10 American sailors held in custody last month, according to Iranian media.