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Sep 8
This week’s Washington Examiner magazine is now available online!
We have two Cover Stories this week:
Back to Bad Schools: A reflection on the state of America’s public education system
How the GOP Got This Way: A history of the last 100 years of the Republican Party
Profile: Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California
Columns:
Byron York: After years of bashing filibuster, will Senate Dems embrace it? 
Paul Bedard: Paul Ryan to “lean in” on 2016 White House bid
Timothy P. Carney: In New York, the populist Left takes up its pitchforks against Cuomo 
Michael Barone: Obama’s delusions dispelled? Well, we can hope for change
Policy:
Changes to EPA gasoline rules may shake the U.S. ethanol industry
Regulators struggle with Obamacare’s narrow networks problem
3 Dodd-Frank rules the finance industry wants to change the most
The U.S. should use ISIS’ enemies against it
"Though we’re better prepared, enemy far stronger than on 9/11” 
GOP governors’ cave-in on Medicaid is shortsighted 
Politics:
Congress hopes to run out the clock on Syria 
Obama can’t win right now, and the future doesn’t look any better
Koch name ID rises in states where it counts for Democrats
Democrats spend big in Michigan, to Republicans’ delight 
Watchdog: 
Obama lacks eyes and ears in hot spots around the world

This week’s Washington Examiner magazine is now available online!

We have two Cover Stories this week:

Back to Bad Schools: A reflection on the state of America’s public education system

How the GOP Got This Way: A history of the last 100 years of the Republican Party

Profile: Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California

Columns:

Byron York: After years of bashing filibuster, will Senate Dems embrace it?

Paul Bedard: Paul Ryan to “lean in” on 2016 White House bid

Timothy P. Carney: In New York, the populist Left takes up its pitchforks against Cuomo

Michael Barone: Obama’s delusions dispelled? Well, we can hope for change

Policy:

Changes to EPA gasoline rules may shake the U.S. ethanol industry

Regulators struggle with Obamacare’s narrow networks problem

3 Dodd-Frank rules the finance industry wants to change the most

The U.S. should use ISIS’ enemies against it

"Though we’re better prepared, enemy far stronger than on 9/11”

GOP governors’ cave-in on Medicaid is shortsighted

Politics:

Congress hopes to run out the clock on Syria

Obama can’t win right now, and the future doesn’t look any better

Koch name ID rises in states where it counts for Democrats

Democrats spend big in Michigan, to Republicans’ delight

Watchdog:

Obama lacks eyes and ears in hot spots around the world


Sep 3

President Obama said during a news conference Wednesday the American government had confirmed the execution of reporter Steven Sotloff by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, calling it “a horrific act of violence.”


One group says a recent surge of immigrant minors into the United States could cost state and local governments $761 million dollars this year.


Aug 27
Susan Ferrechio and Betsy Woodruff with Greta Van Susteren “On the Record”, discussing Obama’s poorly timed vacation. 

Susan Ferrechio and Betsy Woodruff with Greta Van Susteren “On the Record”, discussing Obama’s poorly timed vacation. 


Marco Rubio says he has long predicted Obama would take action without congressional approval.

Marco Rubio says he has long predicted Obama would take action without congressional approval.


Aug 26

President Obama pledged Tuesday that the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria would pay the price for the beheading of James Foley but also warned against military overreach as he faces calls for a broader campaign of airstrikes in the Middle East. 

President Obama pledged Tuesday that the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria would pay the price for the beheading of James Foley but also warned against military overreach as he faces calls for a broader campaign of airstrikes in the Middle East. 


Speaker of the House John Boehner brought a monkey to the U.S. Capitol


Aug 20

W. reluctantly takes the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.

"To you all who’ve challenged me, I do not think it’s presidential for me to be splashed with ice water …"


Aug 19

The tensions in Ferguson, Mo., remained high overnight as 31 were arrested as protestors continued to clash with police over the death of unarmed black teen Michael Brown.


Aug 18
Curious about Obama’s working vacation? David Drucker on America’s Newsroom with details: 

Curious about Obama’s working vacation? David Drucker on America’s Newsroom with details: 



Our latest Monday Meme

Our latest Monday Meme


Amid the ongoing violence in Ferguson, Mo., Gov. Jay Nixon, D-Mo. has called in the Missouri National Guard to help quell the violence in the streets.


This Pennsylvania man will die soon. He blames Veterans Affairs for handing him a “death sentence”

This Pennsylvania man will die soon. He blames Veterans Affairs for handing him a “death sentence”


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