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Noted Indo-Canadian journalist joins Al Jazeera America

Source: Politics Balla | Apr 5 2013, 4:02am CDT | by Luigi Lugmayr

Noted Indo-Canadian journalist joins Al Jazeera America
Washington, April 5 (IANS) Al Velshi, noted Canadian TV journalist of Indian descent, is leaving CNN after 12 years to join Al Jazeera America to host an as-yet-unnamed primetime business show.
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Obama - the Al Capone of Climate Change - launches his next assault on democracy, the Constitution and the US economy

Aug 27 2014 7:48am CDT | Source: Big Government

There are two main reasons why President Obama stands a polar bear's chance in hell of imposing a binding carbon emissions reduction treaty on the US in the name of combating catastrophic, unprecedented man-made global warming. 1. It will kill the jobs, prosperity and personal freedom on which the American dream was built. 2. There is absolutely no hard evidence that catastrophic, unprecedented man-made global warming is anything more than a figment ...
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'Meet the Press' Announces Changes

Aug 25 2014 10:31am CDT | Source: Big Government

Now that the bloodletting is over we are starting to learn about the coming changes to "Meet the Press," the once-premiere Sunday news show driven into the ground by David Gregory. After months of speculation, Gregory is now completely out the NBC door and Chuck Todd is taking over as permanent host on September 7. What we know so far is that Todd intends to  "demystify" DC and that there will be ...
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British deputy PM questions arrest of parents' saving kid
L0ondon, Sep 2 (IANS) British deputy prime minister has come in support of a campaign which seeks to to allow the parents of cancer patient Ashya King to be reunited with their five-year-old son, a media report said Tuesday. | by IANS
 
US drone attacks Al Shabaab leader's home in Somalia
Nairobi, Sep 2 (IANS/EFE) A US drone targeted the home of the leader of the Al Qaeda-affiliated Al Shabaab terrorist organisation, Ahmed Abdi Godane, in Somalia, Somali officials told the media Tuesday. | by IANS
 
UN to probe Israeli offensive against Gaza
Ramallah, Sep 2 (IANS) A senior Palestinian diplomat announced Tuesday that a UN inquiry committee will arrive in the Gaza Strip in October to probe the 50-day Israeli offensive on the Gaza Strip. | by IANS
 
 

EDITORIAL: A green hero's reach for black gold

Aug 20 2014 6:42pm CDT | Source: washingtontimes

How do you say "buyer's remorse" in Arabic? The Qatari royal family likely feels the pangs of regret for paying the princely sum of $500 million to Al Gore and friends to give Al-Jazeera America a slot on satellite-TV and cable channels. Ratings for the news channel, now a year ...
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Hillary Clinton Will Make First Trip to Iowa Since 2008 Campaign

Aug 18 2014 12:50pm CDT | Source: Big Government

Hillary Clinton will make her first trip back to Iowa since her 2008 presidential campaign when she headlines and closes out Sen. Tom Harkin's (D-IA) Steak Fry event next month. Bill Clinton will join her at the event. "This year's Steak Fry--my last--just might promise to be the best ever," Harkin, who will retire after this term, writes in the invite for the 37th annual. "So come on out and have some steak or chicken, a beverage, and visit with me an ...
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Rob Reiner compares tea party to Hamas

Aug 15 2014 3:17pm CDT | Source: WND

Rob Reiner Actor and director Rob Reiner was once best known to America’s TV audiences as “Meathead,” the young liberal who riled up Archie Bunker on “All in the Family.” Today, Reiner is still riling others up with his liberal politics – as an activist for same-sex marriage in California and campaigning for the likes of Al Gore and Howard Dean. His latest lefty comments, however, may catch some by surprise. Appearing on Larry King’s Russia Today television progra ...
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Ebola? U.N. spotlights 'climate change' at Africa summit

Aug 7 2014 8:07pm CDT | Source: WND

President Obama speaking at the U.S.-Africa Summit in Washington UNITED NATIONS – With Africa facing an unprecedented Ebola outbreak, the United Nations chose as the lead story on Thursday’s U.N. Wire coming out of the U.S.-Africa Summit the headline “Africans see opportunity to finally challenge climate change.” The headline linked to a Reuters story reporting African climate negotiators attending the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit in Washington this week “said leadership from the ...
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When Moms Are Mad, They Vote!

Aug 7 2014 3:03pm CDT | Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

This past week, the nation mourned the passing of former White House Press Secretary James "The Bear" Brady, an American hero who stood up to the gun lobby despite being in a wheel chair, put there by a deranged gunman in a 1981 shooting. Every day scores of Americans experience an "aha!" moment about our country's lack of a sensible gun policy. Perhaps because they're one of the 280 f ...
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What I admire about the left

Aug 5 2014 6:23pm CDT | Source: WND

Having drunk deeply of the far left’s Kool-Aid decades ago, I understand and appreciate the spiritual and moral darkness that defines its ideology and its actions. However, there is one thing I truly admire about the left – the way it fights for what it believes unceasingly, relentlessly, with reckless abandon and total commitment for the long haul. Few on the right do, even though their cause – liberty and justice – is worth the fight. Take, for exa ...
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Cannabis could be as addictive as drugs
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Jerusalem, Sep 2 (IANS/EFE) Israeli Finance Minister Yair Lapid Tuesday strongly criticised his government's decision to seize land in the West Bank, saying it would further damage the image of the Jewish state...
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