Transgender troops in limbo as Pentagon debates policy

From Military Times:  Defense Secretary Ash Carter last year formed a working group to hammer out a new policy, which he said would be unveiled by this spring. Yet the issue has stalled amid high-level disagreement over the details, according to officials familiar with the Pentagon’s internal debate. Many key questions remain. Allowing a service …

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These 10 Theaters In Idaho Will Give You An Unforgettable Viewing Experience

Congratulations to the NuArt & the Kenworthy! Via Only In Your State: On a hot summer say, sometimes the best place to be is a cool, air conditioned theater, catching up on the latest Hollywood blockbuster. But the only thing better than enjoying a seriously good flick at the nearest IMAX is a unique trip …

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ISIS Released “Kill List”, 13 States That Are Being Targetted

Via MyFreshNews:  Computer hackers who work for the Islamic State Group recently released a report with a “kill list” this week that includes names, addresses, and email addresses of 24,439 Americans. Sadly, there is a chance that you, your friends, and your family could be on the list. No one is currently safe. Out of …

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Transgender student’s all-state honors in girls’ track and field ignites backlash

What happens when reality contradicts your political correctness? From The Washington Times:  Alaskan parents and their daughters are upset that a transgender student captured all-state honors in girls’ track and field. Haines High School senior Nattaphon Wangyot took fifth place in the girls 1-2-3A 100-meter finals and third-place in the 200-meter race on May 27. …

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White House insists endorsement won’t influence Hillary Clinton email probe

Remember this?  On September 8, 1974, president of the United States Gerald Ford issued Proclamation 4311, which gave Richard Nixon a full and unconditional pardon for any crimes he might have committed against the United States while president. In a televised broadcast to the nation, Ford explained that he felt the pardon was in the …

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Study ‘undercuts climate alarm,’ suggests case for man-made global warming overstated

From The Washington Times:  Whenever climate models overestimate temperatures linked to rising carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere, scientists have pointed to a convenient fall guy: aerosols, which cool the planet and act as a counterweight to global warming. But what if the cooling influence of aerosols isn’t as powerful as believed? Preliminary findings from …

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Obama: Orlando massacre shooter was ‘filled with hatred’

But he cannot bring himself to say “radical Islam.” That would go against his metanarrative. From The Washington Times:  President Obama said the man who opened fire in an Orlando gay nightclub early Sunday, claiming the lives of 50 people and injuring dozens more, was “filled with hatred.” “Although it’s still early in the investigation, we …

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Imam speaking in Orlando said gays should be killed ‘out of compassion’

More from the Religion of Peace™, via The Washington Times:  An Islamic scholar who spoke earlier this year at an Orlando mosque has previously said gay people should be killed according to Islamic law “out of compassion.” “Death is the sentence,” Sheikh Farrokh Sekaleshfar said at a speech at the Husseini Islamic Center in Orlando in …

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Hillary: ‘radical jihadism,’ ‘radical Islam’ mean the same thing — but one is more dangerous

From The Washington Times:  Hillary Clinton pushed back Monday against criticism from Donald Trump and declared that she was unafraid to use the term “radical Islamic terrorism,” but the likely Democratic presidential nominee then gave a 30-minute speech about the Orlando massacre without uttering the words. Experts on fighting terrorism split on the importance of …

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LGBT activists blame Christians for Orlando attack

From The Washington Times:  Several prominent gay-rights activists took to social media to blame Christians for Sunday’s massacre at a gay nightclub in Orlando. Chase Strangio, a staff attorney at the American Civil Liberties Union, on Sunday said the “Christian Right” is implicated in the slaughter by passing “anti-LGBT bills.” “The Christian Right has introduced …

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Judge blocks Seattle from disclosing FBI surveillance info

Same tune, different song: citizens cannot know about their government spying on them because “disclosure could jeopardize ongoing investigations.” From The Washington Times:  A federal judge on Monday blocked Seattle from releasing information about surveillance cameras the FBI has placed in the city, after the agency said the disclosure could jeopardize ongoing investigations. U.S. District …

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EU referendum: leave takes six-point lead in Guardian/ICM polls

Phone and online polls show support for Brexit growing to 53%, with proportion backing remain campaign falling to 47%. From UK’s The Guardian:  Support for leaving the EU is strengthening, with phone and online surveys reporting a six-point lead, according to a pair of Guardian/ICM polls. Leave now enjoys a 53%-47% advantage once “don’t knows” are …

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Idaho health insurers want to raise premiums 27%

How’s that “free” Obamacare working out for you? From the Idaho Statesman:  Health insurance companies that sell coverage to Idahoans say they’re still losing money on their plans, so they want to raise individuals’ premiums an average of 27 percent next year. That would be the second straight year of double-digit increases for some plans. Six …

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Wounded Knee

Via Eric E:  “Once again, the media lies to us and we drink it up. They say that Orlando was the worst mass shooting in U.S. history… when, in reality, The largest mass shooting in U.S. history happened December 29,1890. When 297 Sioux Indians at Wounded Knee Creek on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in …

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What’s Changed?

What’s the variable? Increased Muslim immigration, gun restriction of citizens, extreme liberal policies, etc.

Obama White House: Terrorists Will Stop Attacking if We Pass Gun Control Laws

Because this has worked so well in Europe… Via RedFlag:  The Obama administration reacted to yesterday’s shooting in San Bernardino – likely carried out by a Muslim terrorist – by insisting that “common sense” gun laws will deter jihadists who are planning attacks. Reporter Peter Doocy asked White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest: “Does the …

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