January 3, 2010

Obama Administration Negotiates with Terrorists

U.S. does trade of hostages for terrorists. (Hat Tip: The Corner.)

Arizona Mayo Clinic stops taking Medicare. (Hat Tip: Don Surber.)

Obamacare means government unlimited.

John Murtha’s earmarks wasted your money. (Hat Tip: Red State.)

Democrats propose fix for primary system.

Mother flees to avoid handing child over to former Lesbian partner.

Second Amendment update.

Child killed by celebratory bullet.

Environmentalists: Save the Earth: kill your pets. (Hat Tip: Townhall.)

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10 Responses to “Obama Administration Negotiates with Terrorists”

  1. Aron Goldman Says:

    U.S. tightens international air security
    http://dyn.politico.com/printstory.cfm?uuid=F5BC265E-18FE-70B2-A86A363EFDB4A591

    All travelers flying into the U.S. from foreign countries will receive tightened random screening, and 100 percent of passengers from 14 terrorism-prone countries will be patted down and have their carry-ons searched, the Obama administration was notifying airlines on Sunday.

    All passengers from countries on the State Department’s “State Sponsors of Terrorism” list – plus all passengers from other “countries of interest” such as Nigeria, Pakistan and Yemen — will receive “full body pat-down and physical inspection of property,” the official said.

    The countries on the State Department list are Cuba, Iran, Sudan and Syria. Other countries covered by the TSA directive include Afghanistan, Libya and Somalia. A complete list was not released.

  2. Aron Goldman Says:

    U.S. and U.K. Shut Embassies in Yemen Over Qaeda Threats
    The United States and Britain shut their embassies in the Yemen capital on Sunday, with the Americans citing unspecified but “ongoing threats by Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula,” the regional branch responsible for the failed Christmas Day effort to blow up a U.S. airliner headed to Detroit.
    http://www.nytimes.com/2010/01/04/world/middleeast/04yemen.html?hp=&pagewanted=print

    Yemen’s Chaos Aids the Evolution of a Qaeda Cell
    http://www.nytimes.com/2010/01/03/world/middleeast/03yemen.html?hp=&pagewanted=print

  3. Jack Bauer's Dad Says:

    Re. #1, he might have tried that after getting the threat info prior to Christmas, although, it might have messed with his Hawaiian vacation. He was probably trying to score some pineapple waffles at the time. Too busy.

  4. Jack Bauer's Dad Says:

    Re. #2, that sends a great message. Memo to world: we can be pushed around.

    Obama is a human caused disaster.

  5. Tommy Boy Says:

    Kristol: The Left vs. Rasmussen
    By Bill Kristol
    http://www.weeklystandard.com/weblogs/TWSFP/2010/01/kristol_the_left_vs_rasmussen.asp

  6. Aron Goldman Says:

    Romney will hit key primary states on book tour
    ‘No Apology’ looks at nation’s standing in world
    http://www.boston.com/news/nation/washington/articles/2010/01/03/romney_will_hit_key_primary_states_on_book_tour/?page=full

    Romney is largely stepping away from Washington’s daily partisan political fights and ideological clashes within the right. He has expressed little interest in getting involved in competitive primaries, many of which have become contentious clashes over the GOP’s direction. Romney is unlikely to pick a side in Senate primaries in Florida or California, or for governor of Texas, according to his spokesman.

    “Generally speaking, we shy away from primaries unless there’s a compelling reason to get involved,’’ said Fehrnstrom. “One of the criteria we use to determine if we should get involved in the primary is whether a particular candidate has been helpful to Mitt – because we’re loyal and return favors.’’

    In 2009, Romney appeared on behalf of 29 candidates at rallies and fund-raisers, but the campaign most watched by party leaders was one that never made Romney’s schedule. Other potential 2012 presidential candidates rushed to upstate New York before a November special congressional election to support third-party conservative candidate Doug Hoffman against a moderate Republican, but Romney stayed home. Hoffman helped push the Republican from the race, but eventually lost to the Democratic nominee.

  7. Tommy Boy Says:

    Jay Cutler finishes the season with 27 touchdown passes

  8. Tommy Boy Says:

    From Chuck Todd:

    http://twitter.com/chucktodd/status/7344214589

    Anyone who has followed my reporting from NBC to The Hotline knows I’ve NEVER put ANY stock in Rasmussen.

  9. narciso Says:

    Yes, Chuck that’ why your polls are consistently wrong, polling only adults, insures you have an uninformed sample.

  10. Aron Goldman Says:

    Detroit bomber intelligence was passed to Americans, Gordon Brown claims
    Intelligence that the Detroit plane bomb suspect tried to contact radical Islamists while a student in London was passed on by British authorities to the US, Downing Street has said.
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/terrorism-in-the-uk/6932010/Detroit-bomber-intelligence-was-passed-to-Americans-Gordon-Brown-claims.html

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