In January, an American Christian was sentenced to an eight-year prison sentence on charges of “endangering national security” in Iran. A 32-year-old married father of two from Boise, Idaho, Pastor Saeed Abedini traveled to his country of origin last year to visit family and help build an orphanage, only to be arrested and sent to Tehran’s brutal Evin prison. According to Fox News , Abedini, a Muslim convert to Christianity—also known as an apostate deserving of death under Islamic Sharia law—is “facing physical and psychological torture at the hands of captors demanding he renounce his beliefs.” In a recent letter smuggled to family members, he recounted the “horrific pressures” and “death threats” he endures: “My eyes get blurry, my body does not have the strength to walk, and my steps become very weak and shaky… They are only waiting for one thing… for me to deny Christ. But they will never get this from me.” Indeed, the authorities’ words are “Deny your faith in Jesus Christ and return to Islam or else you will not be released from prison. We will make sure you are kept here even after your 8 year sentence is finished.” While Pastor Abedini’s medieval-style sufferings may come as a surprise to many Americans, they are regular features of the Islamic Republic of Iran. Recall the persecution of Pastor Youssef Nadarkhani, another Muslim who converted to Christianity. He too was imprisoned, placed on death row, and tortured to renounce Christ for nearly three years. Then, likely due to the international scandal his story caused for Iran, he was released—only to be rearrested again , on Christmas Day, adding insult to injury. And just as Tehran claims that Abedini was arrested for “threatening national security,” so was Nadarkhani formally accused of anything and everything—from being a Zionist spy to running a brothel —even as Iran’s official Supreme Court ruling made clear that Nadarkhani was convicted of turning his back on Islam [i.e., apostatizing], the greatest religion the prophesy of Mohammad at the age of 19. He has often participated in Christian worship and organized home church services, evangelizing and has been baptized and baptized others, converting Muslims to Christianity. He has been accused of breaking Islamic Law… During court trials, he denied the prophecy of Mohammad and the authority of Islam. He has stated that he is a Christian and no longer Muslim. During many sessions in court with the presence of his attorney and a judge, he has been sentenced to execution by hanging… Nor are pastors Abedini and Nadarkhani the only ones to be so obviously persecuted for their Christian faith: countless are the Christians and Muslim converts to Christianity that Iranian authorities harass, imprison, and torture in an attempt to have them renounce Christianity. A few recent examples follow: Mohabet News reports that four Muslim converts to Christianity were arrested in February during house-church worship and “taken to the Revolutionary Court of Shiraz several times in a pitiful condition with their hands and feet chained.” They were charged with the usual: “participating in house-church services, evangelizing and promoting Christianity … and disturbing national security.” The report elaborates on the “obvious mental and physical torture” Iran’s converts to Christianity experience in prison. Another house church pastor, Benham Irani, remains behind bars even as his family expresses concerns that he may die from continued beatings , leading to internal bleeding and other ailments. The verdict against him contains text describing him as an apostate who “can be killed.” According to one activist, “ His ‘crimes’ were being a pastor and possessing Christian materials.” A six-year prison sentence for Pastor Farshid Fathi Malayeri — whose crime was to convert to and preach Christianit y—was upheld last year following an unsuccessful appeal hearing. A woman, Leila Mohammadi, who had earlier converted to Christianity was arrested when security agents raided her house. Imprisoned for five months in Evin prison without any word on her fate, she was later sentenced to two years in prison . A June report indicated that, five months after five Christian converts were arrested, their condition and fate was still unknown. They were accused of “attending house church services, promoting Christianity, propagating against the regime and disturbing national security.” Being imprisoned for 130 days without word “is an obvious example of physical and mental abuse of the detainees…. one of the prison guards openly told one of these Christian detainees that all these pressures and uncertainties are intended to make them flee the country after they are released.” A young woman who had recently converted to Christianity and was an outspoken activist against the Islamic regime, was found dead , slumped over her car’s steering wheel, with a single gunshot wound to her head. Then there are Iran’s many other faces of Christian persecution, including shutting down churches , regular crackdowns on house-church gatherings , confiscating Bibles and other Christian literature , and banning church services in Farsi . For all that, Iran’s persecution of Christians is a minor reflection of a much bigger, rarely reported humanitarian crisis: the persecution of Christians from one end of the Islamic world to the other—which I document in my new book, Crucified Again: Exposing Islam’s New War on Christians , by connecting-the-dots and exposing the same patterns of Christian persecution under Islam. For example, what happens to Christians in Iran—arrested and harassed for being apostates to Christianity or for preaching Christ—happens in countries as different from Iran as Indonesia, Egypt, and Nigeria. Countries that share neither race, language, or culture—only Islam. Patterns are not only evident in the Muslim world’s persecution of Christians, but in the Obama administration’s indifference. The U.S. State Department has excluded Abedini from its Iran Prisoners List—commensurate with the fact that it regularly whitewashes the sufferings of Christian under Islam , and even failed to cite Egypt and Pakistan as “nations of particular concern” despite the fact that Christians there are being hounded mercilessly, as documented in the book. The persecution of Pastor Abedini, an American citizen in Iran, is the tip of the iceberg of the persecution of Christians under Islam—persecution that, try as they may, the mainstream media, the Obama administration, and all the politically correct powers that be, cannot ignore out of existence, especially now that it is exposed and documented in Crucified Again . Raymond Ibrahim is the author of new book, Crucified Again: Exposing Islam’s New War on Christians . He is a fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center and Middle East Forum. The post Iran’s American Prisoner appeared first on Human Events .
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WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. students are falling behind their international rivals. Young people aren't adept at new technology. America's economy will suffer if schools don't step up their game.
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Some U.S. ranchers who pay for shepherds to be brought in from other countries on special visas say they are bolting for jobs in other sectors. They hope changes in federal immigration law will help fix the problem.
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At WSJ, ” Unprecedented Move to Levy Fee on Island’s Bank Accounts Stokes Worry in Euro Zone; Asian Markets Open Lower “: The euro zone took the unprecedented step of taking a bite out of depositors’ accounts in Cypriot banks to help pay for its bailout of the island’s financial system, a high-risk decision that could erode savers’ confidence across the currency bloc and add to popular anger over its handling of the crisis. The decision to raise €5.8 billion ($7.6 billion) from taxes on depositors—including individuals with small amounts in their accounts—risks a political backlash for the newly elected center-right government on the Mediterranean island and a wider political fallout for the euro-zone leaders who are guiding the bloc’s crisis strategy. Asian shares and the euro fell sharply in early trading Monday as markets reacted to the bailout. Japan shares dropped 1.8%, Australia fell 1.5% and South Korea fell 0.5%. “The feeling is that the euro crisis could be back and that you could see full-on contagion,” said Shane Oliver, head of investment strategy and chief economist at Amp Capital in Sydney. “But I suspect that we are going to hear reassurances from other countries.” A tax on depositors—6.75% on deposits up to €100,000, and 9.9% above that level—was the only way out for the bloc’s finance ministers after Germany, the euro zone’s biggest economy, and the International Monetary Fund insisted that financial aid to Cyprus should be limited to €10 billion. With the money due to have been withdrawn electronically from bank accounts over the weekend, politicians in Nicosia were discussing how they might adjust the levy to make it appear fairer. Monday is a public holiday on the island, when banks are closed, but European officials said contingency plans were being put in place to calm any turmoil in the country’s financial system when the banks eventually reopened. Since the global financial crisis began in 2008, few European bank depositors have taken losses. Denmark forced some large depositors to do so in 2011, when two midsize lenders collapsed. Iceland also decided not to repay foreign depositors when it suffered a bank crisis in 2008—although the British and Dutch governments stepped in to make sure savers didn’t incur losses. In 1992, Italy imposed a small tax on its depositors. More at Zero Hedge, ” Cyprus: The World’s Biggest ‘Poker Game’ .” And Journal 14, ” €urosclerosis: The bank account levy in Cyprus .” And from Megan McArdle, at the Daily Beast, ” After Cyprus, Is Rest of Europe Next? ”
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By Tabassum Zakaria WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama, who vastly expanded U.S. drone strikes against terrorism suspects overseas under the cloak of secrecy, is now openly seeking to influence global guidelines for their use as China and other countries pursue their own drone programs. The United States was the first to use unmanned aircraft fitted with missiles to kill militant suspects in the years after the September 11, 2001, attacks on New York and Washington. But other countries are catching up. …
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**Written by Doug Powers Which will Joe do first: Beg for a ride in the Popemobile, or ask when he’s going to get to meet “Mrs. Francis”? From CBS News : According to a senior U.S. government official, Vice President Joe Biden – America’s first Catholic vice president and the highest ranking Catholic official in the country – will lead the U.S. delegation to witness the installation of Pope Francis in Rome, CBS News Chief White House correspondent Major Garrett reports. The White House has yet to announce the full delegation for the inauguration Mass, which will be held next Tuesday. “I am happy to have the chance to personally relay my well wishes, and those of the American people, when I travel to Rome for his Inaugural Mass,” Biden said in a statement today. “The Catholic Church plays an essential role in my life and the lives of more than a billion people in America and around the world, not just in matters of our faith, but in pursuit of peace and human dignity for all faiths. I look forward to our work together in the coming years on many important issues.” Biden is expected to tell Pope Francis that the Obama administration is committed to ongoing dialog with the Catholic church and its affiliates. Well, their lawyers at least. If Biden attends a service, he shouldn’t expect to receive holy communion: Moreover, on behalf of the bishops of Latin America, also in 2007, Cardinal Bergoglio presented the “Aparecida Document” regarding the situation of the Church in their countries. The document, approved by Pope Benedict XVI in July of that year, made a very clear statement regarding the consequences of supporting abortion, disallowing holy communion for anyone who facilitates an abortion, including politicians. The text states in paragraph 436 that “we should commit ourselves to ‘eucharistic coherence’, that is, we should be conscious that people cannot receive holy communion and at the same time act or speak against the commandments, in particular when abortion, euthanasia, and other serious crimes against life and family are facilitated. This responsibility applies particularly to legislators, governors, and health professionals.” Twitchy on Biden’s trip to Rome: What could go wrong? **Written by Doug Powers Twitter @ThePowersThatBe
Last week, after the United Nations condemned North Korea’s most successful rocket launch to date, Pyongyang threatened a “higher level” test of a nuclear warhead “ targeted at the U.S. ” This threat to the American homeland is more than bluster and poses a stark challenge for the Obama administration. The U.N.’s condemnation included new sanctions punishing the North for its Dec. 12, 2012 long-range rocket test and demanded Pyongyang cease further launches and end its nuclear weapons program in a “complete, verifiable and irreversible manner” or face “significant action.” North Korean authorities responded by rejecting the resolution, promising to conduct more nuclear tests and launch more long-range rockets, but most important, they refused to join talks on the “denuclearization” of the Korean peninsula, Washington’s two decades old goal. Further, intelligence and monitoring agencies confirm North Korea is not bluffing about its weapons programs . The Hermit Kingdom has made considerable progress in its nuclear and missile programs despite five rounds of U.N. sanctions and Jan. 27 North Korean leader Kim Jong-un ordered officials to take “substantial and high-profile important state measures,” indicating imminent plans to explode another nuclear device in defiance of the U.N. What do these threats mean? First, it means Kim Jong-un decided that confrontation is a better strategy than economic reform — reform which that country desperately needs. Kim assumed power in December 2011 following the death of his father, Kim Jong-il and used the December rocket launch to consolidate his authority and to gain future diplomatic leverage especially vis-à-vis the U.S. and South Korea. Now, the anticipated third nuclear test will further consolidate the dictator’s authority at home in spite of chronic economic problems caused by frequent crop failures, a failed industrial base and large-scale military spending that draws off resources from the civilian sector. Second, it means Pyongyang is confident in its rudimentary ability to target the U.S. and given time it will field a credible intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) threat. The December launch showed North Korea has the capacity to deliver a rocket that could travel 6,200 miles, potentially putting San Francisco in range. Mark Fitzpatrick, director for non-proliferation at the International Institute for Strategic Studies in London, said the significance of the North’s December launch was the “successful separation between the three-stages of the rocket…this certainly furthers their ICBM ambitions.” Staging, however, is only part of the challenge that the North must overcome before it can deliver a weapon on American cities. “You need a warhead that is small enough to fit on top of the missile … and you need shielding to protect the warhead … during re-entry into the earth’s atmosphere,” according to Fitzpatrick . China is helping Pyongyang’s ICBM project overcome some of these technological challenges. A South Korean military official said that some of the parts used in North Korea’s December 2012 rocket launch appear to have been made in China and in “some European countries.” The South Korean military analyzed missile debris from the North Korean launch that fell into the Yellow Sea, according to a Japanese broadcaster. Third, it means North Korea will continue to test nuclear devices until it has a weapon suitable for an ICBM and the next test could happen soon. Satellite photos taken last week show that roads have been kept clear of snow and it appears the North sealed the tunnel into a mountainside at the Punggye-ri site where a nuclear device would be detonated. Further, Pyongyang followed missile launches in 2006 and 2009 with nuclear tests but the next test will be different, say the North Koreans. What does the North mean by the statement the next effort will be a “higher level” test? The North could mean a breakthrough regarding miniaturization for a missile warhead. But more likely it means this will be the first test of a uranium device, created from Pyongyang’s newly revealed uranium-enrichment program. Prior nuclear tests used plutonium fissile fuel, harvested from a now-closed nuclear reactor. Fourth, it means North Korea will share its weapons technologies with Iran, which makes them more dangerous than if they acted alone. The North Korea-Iran military weapons technology cooperation dates back to the 1980s and explains why Tehran’s missiles are based on North Korean designs. That cooperation took on a formal relationship last fall. Open Source Intelligence suggests as many as 100 Iranian nuclear weapons technicians and scientists are now in North Korea, following a September 2012 North Korea-Iran agreement. Iran’s leader Ayatollah Khamenei said that agreement helps the countries cooperate to reach their unstated goals despite the pressure and sanctions from others, namely the West. That relationship explains why North Korea’s next nuclear test may be based on uranium, an expertise heretofore associated with Iran. But there is reason to believe Iran and North Korea already jointly tested uranium-based devices, according to Fox News . Last year, the Swedish Military Research Agency argued that radio isotopes coming out of a suspected North Korean nuclear site in 2010 were evidence of nuclear tests based on enriched uranium. These incidents were not widely reported in part because underground explosions are difficult to detect. Fifth, North Korea’s nuclear war threats are overblown for now but it means there will be military action. Yes, the latest threats are more specific than ever before. While the North is years away from having the ability to strike the U.S. with a nuclear warhead, it has a robust conventional capability which it will likely use soon. North Korea’s tough talk is an attempt, as before, to bolster its bargaining position in diplomatic negotiations. Last Friday North Korea threatened to take “physical countermeasures” against South Korea if it helps enforce tightened U.N. sanctions against the North, calling the un-endorsed penalties a “declaration of war.” The South Koreans understand Pyongyang is not joking, but it will go ahead and enforce the U.N. sanctions. North Korea followed through on similar threats in 2010 by shelling a border island and sinking a South Korean warship. Those episodes brought the two Koreas closer than ever in recent times to full-scale war. Finally, the latest threats mean our past policies to eliminate North Korea’s missile and nuclear threats totally failed. We should expect Kim to continue the cycle of intrigue established by his father – provocations like rocket launches, U.N. condemnation, Pyongyang’s warnings of “physical countermeasures,” and Western efforts to draw the North back to talks. Unfortunately, President Obama appears set on his naïve status quo policy called “strategic patience,” hoping to lure North Korea back to talks that lead to denuclearization. Unless there is a radical change in our policy, North Korea will acquire nuclear-tipped missiles capable of targeting our homeland and then America will face a Cuban missile-like crisis with North Korea and/or Iran. The 1962 Cuban missile crisis brought the U.S. to the brink of nuclear war with the former Soviet Union and this time once again, America faces possible nuclear war with two less predictable, radical regimes. We avoided war with the Soviets because we had strong leadership and a clear-headed, tough policy, but this time all we have is President Obama and his status quo policy of “strategic patience.” “Patience” is nothing more than appeasement as understood by Iran and North Korea. It is the very policy of Europe and America toward Hitler that led directly to World War II. The coming provocation must be answered with force or we will suffer even greater in the near future and our policy must be announced now. The post 6 ways North Korea is aiming at nuclear war appeared first on Conservative News, Views & Books .
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This year, I’ll be using my syndicated column and blog space to expose how progressive “reformers” — mal-formers — are corrupting our schools. One of my New Year’s resolutions is to provide you in-depth coverage of this vital issue that too often gets shunted off the daily political/partisan agenda. While the GOP tries to solve its ills with better software and communications consultants, the conservative movement — and America — face much larger problems. It doesn’t start with the “low-information voter.” It starts with the no-knowledge student. This is the first in an ongoing series on “Common Core,” the stealthy federal takeover of school curriculum and standards across the country. As longtime readers know, my own experience with this ongoing sabotage of academic excellence dates back to my early reporting on the Clinton-era “Goals 2000″ and “outcome-based” education and extends to my recent parental experience with “Everyday Math” . The good news is that grass-roots education and parental groups, brave teachers, and professors are fighting back. See the resource list/links at the bottom of this column and stay tuned for much more. *** Rotten to the Core: Obama’s War on Academic Standards (Part 1) by Michelle Malkin Creators Syndicate Copyright 2012 America’s downfall doesn’t begin with the “low-information voter.” It starts with the no-knowledge student. For decades, collectivist agitators in our schools have chipped away at academic excellence in the name of fairness, diversity and social justice. “Progressive” reformers denounced Western civilization requirements, the Founding Fathers and the Great Books as racist. They attacked traditional grammar classes as irrelevant in modern life. They deemed ability grouping of students (tracking) bad for self-esteem. They replaced time-tested rote techniques and standard algorithms with fuzzy math, inventive spelling and multicultural claptrap. Under President Obama, these top-down mal-formers — empowered by Washington education bureaucrats and backed by misguided liberal philanthropists led by billionaire Bill Gates — are now presiding over a radical makeover of your children’s school curriculum. It’s being done in the name of federal “Common Core” standards that do anything but raise achievement standards. Common Core was enabled by Obama’s federal stimulus law and his Department of Education’s “Race to the Top” gimmickry . The administration bribed cash-starved states into adopting unseen instructional standards as a condition of winning billions of dollars in grants. Even states that lost their bids for Race to the Top money were required to commit to a dumbed-down and amorphous curricular “alignment.” In practice, Common Core’s dubious “college- and career”-ready standards undermine local control of education, usurp state autonomy over curricular materials, and foist untested, mediocre and incoherent pedagogical theories on America’s schoolchildren. Over the next several weeks and months, I’ll use this column space to expose who’s behind this disastrous scheme in D.C. backrooms. I’ll tell you who’s fighting it in grassroots tea party and parental revolts across the country from Massachusetts to Indiana, Texas, Georgia and Utah. And most importantly, I’ll explain how this unprecedented federal meddling is corrupting our children’s classrooms and textbooks. There’s no better illustration of Common Core’s duplicitous talk of higher standards than to start with its math “reforms.” While Common Core promoters assert their standards are “internationally benchmarked,” independent members of the expert panel in charge of validating the standards refute the claim. Panel member Dr. Sandra Stotsky of the University of Arkansas reported, “No material was ever provided to the Validation Committee or to the public on the specific college readiness expectations of other leading nations in mathematics” or other subjects. In fact, Stanford University professor James Milgram, the only mathematician on the validation panel, concluded that the Common Core math scheme would place American students two years behind their peers in other high-achieving countries. In protest, Milgram refused to sign off on the standards. He’s not alone. Professor Jonathan Goodman of New York University found that the Common Core math standards imposed “significantly lower expectations with respect to algebra and geometry than the published standards of other countries.” Under Common Core, as the American Principles Project and Pioneer Institute point out, algebra I instruction is pushed to 9th grade, instead of 8th grade, as commonly taught. Division is postponed from 5th to 6th grade. Prime factorization, common denominators, conversions of fractions and decimals, and algebraic manipulation are de-emphasized or eschewed. Traditional Euclidean geometry is replaced with an experimental approach that had not been previously pilot-tested in the U.S. Ze’ev Wurman, a prominent software architect, electrical engineer and longtime math advisory expert in California and Washington, D.C., points out that Common Core delays proficiency with addition and subtraction until 4th grade and proficiency with basic multiplication until 5th grade, and skimps on logarithms, mathematical induction, parametric equations and trigonometry at the high school level. I cannot sum up the stakes any more clearly than Wurman did in his critique of this mess and the vested interests behind it: “I believe the Common Core marks the cessation of educational standards improvement in the United States. No state has any reason left to aspire for first-rate standards, as all states will be judged by the same mediocre national benchmark enforced by the federal government. Moreover, there are organizations that have reasons to work for lower and less-demanding standards, specifically teachers unions and professional teacher organizations. While they may not admit it, they have a vested interest in lowering the accountability bar for their members. …This will be done in the name of ‘critical thinking’ and ’21st-century’ skills, and in faraway Washington, D.C., well beyond the reach of parents and most states and employers.” This is all in keeping with my own experience as a parent of elementary- and middle-school age kids who were exposed to “Everyday Math” nonsense. This and other fads abandon “drill and kill” memorization techniques for fuzzy “critical thinking” methods that put the cart of “why” in front of the horse of “how.” In other words: Instead of doing the grunt work of hammering times tables and basic functions into kids’ heads first, the faddists have turned to wacky, wordy non-math alternatives to encourage “conceptual” understanding — without any mastery of the fundamentals of math. Common Core is rotten to the core. The corruption of math education is just the beginning. *** A starter list of resources/background/related links: Truth in American Education is a blog devoted to watchdogging Common Core across the country. The MA-based Pioneer Institute is the leading think tank tracking and fighting Common Core. Pioneer’s Jim Stergios has an education blog, Rock the Schoolhouse , on Boston.com. Hoosier Moms Say No to Common Core is Ground Zero for the parental revolt against Common Core in Indiana. Utah moms against Common Core have a great blog. A Mother Speaks Out: Children For Sale – Guest Post by Alyson Williams. Stanley Kurtz has written about Common Core at NRO here and here . Mary Grabar has written about Common Core and Team Chicago’s lefties here . Phyllis Schlafly, as always, sounded the alarm here . This must-read piece by James Shuls connects Common Core, math corruption, and the need for school choice. Heritage resources on Common Core. Videos: APP’s full video series on Common Core here. Here’s part one to get you started. Cato’s Neal McCluskey dissects the Common Core folly:
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TV hosts Jerry Springer and Piers Morgan arrive to BritWeek 2012′s ‘Evening with Piers Morgan’ on May 4, 2012 in Beverly Hills, California. Credit: Getty Images LONDON (TheBlaze/AP) — Remember that Piers Morgan petition we told you about? You know — the one seeking his deportation ? Now, more than 31,400 people have signed in support, calling for the British CNN host to be sent away from the U.S. over his gun-control views. Morgan has taken an aggressive stand for tighter U.S. gun laws in the wake of the Newtown, Conn., school shooting. Last week, he called a gun advocate appearing on his “Piers Morgan Tonight” show an “unbelievably stupid man.” Now, gun-rights activists are fighting back. A petition created Dec. 21 on the White House e-petition website by a user in Texas accuses Morgan of engaging in a “hostile attack against the U.S. Constitution” by targeting the Second Amendment and demands he be deported immediately. TV host Piers Morgan attends the WWE SummerSlam VIP Kick-Off Party at Beverly Hills Hotel on August 16, 2012 in Beverly Hills, California. Credit: Getty Images For WWE The petition has already hit the 25,000 signature threshold to get a White House response. By Monday, it had 31,430 signatures. Morgan seemed unfazed — and even amused — by the movement. In a series of Twitter messages, he alternately urged his followers to sign the petition and in response to one article about the petition said “bring it on” as he appeared to track the petition’s progress. “If I do get deported from America for wanting fewer gun murders, are there any other countries that will have me?” he wrote. – Related: White House Petition Calls for…Deporting Piers Morgan Over Anti-Gun Views ‘You Are a Dangerous Man…and You Shame Your Country’: CNN Anchor Lashes Out at Gun Lobby Director Follow Billy Hallowell on Twitter Follow Billy Hallowell on Facebook Read more stories from TheBlaze Obama to Boehner: ‘You Get Nothing — I Get That for Free’ This Is Atheists’ Alternative Christmas ‘Holiday’ That Rejects ‘Supernatural Religious Beliefs’ White House Petition Calls for…Deporting Piers Morgan Over Anti-Gun Views Did NBC’s David Gregory Violate D.C. Gun Law on National TV? ‘Best Moment Ever’ or ‘Over the Top’? CNBC Anchor Takes Dem. Senator to Task for Fiscal Cliff Debates
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