Water Cooler Archive: July 2010


  • Netanyahu to coax thugs to 'peace' table

    The Palestinian Authority sentences a woman to hard labor, kills a man for 'collaboraton' with Israel. Published July 7 2010

  • Off the beaten path online: Bolton - 'Arab countries would support attack on Iran'...

    Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: Bolton - 'Arab countries would support attack on Iran', Advertisers going after Tea Party supporters, Remember that time at summer camp? Now with abortion workshops Published July 7 2010

  • DoJ's risky Arizona lawsuit gamble

    On Tuesday, President Obama’s Department of Justice moved to sue Arizona in an effort to overturn the state’s recently passed immigration law known as S.B. 1070. Arizona Governor Jan Brewer is named as a defendant along with the state, responded in a statement saying “The irony is that President Obama’s Administration has chosen to sue Arizona for helping to enforce federal immigration law and not sue local governments that have adopted a patchwork of ‘sanctuary’ policies that directly violate federal law. These patchwork local ‘sanctuary’ policies instruct the police not to cooperate with federal immigration officials. Published July 7 2010

  • U.S. Civil Rights Commissioner: New Black Panthers harassed black GOP'er too

    U.S. Civil Rights Commissioner Ashley Taylor told Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly that it was not just white voters who were intimidated by the New Black Panthers in Philadelphia during the 2008 election year. He talks about a black Republican poll watcher who was also harassed by the Black Panthers who were standing in front of a Philadelphia polling station. Published July 6 2010

  • Obama: My policies don't hurt Israel's security

    Freedom's Light House has posted the video clip above of President Barack Obama responding to a question from a reporter during a joint White House press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Mr. Obama is asked whether he thinks his policy distances the U.S. from Israel and Netanyahu was “a mistake.” Published July 6 2010

  • Off the beaten path online: What isn't wrong with Sharia law?...

    Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: What isn't wrong with Sharia law?, Democrats quietly line up in Crist's corner, 64% in Arizona say children of illegals shouldn't automatically become U.S. citizens. Published July 5 2010

  • RNC's Steele flashback: If you don't want me in the job, fire me

    This is not the first time Chairman Steele has found himself in hot water with Republicans and conservatives since his elections. The calls for Mr. Steele's resignation appears to be more of a build up of Republican frustration with Steele. This is not just about one remark about Afghanistan but a pattern of behavior coming from the Chairman. Published July 5 2010

  • FNC's Major Garrett: Fox News deserves Helen Thomas seat

    Now that Helen Thomas is no longer sitting among the White House press pool, questions remain as to who should fill her vacated seat. Johnny Dollar's Place has posted audio of Fox News reporter Major Garret weighing in on the issue. Published July 3 2010

  • Human Events on Kagan on Partial Birth

    This pro-partial-birth lobbying by Kagan should be a big deal. Published July 2 2010

  • Off the beaten path online: House Democrats ‘deem’ faux $1.1 trillion budget ‘as passed’...

    Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: House Democrats ‘deem’ faux $1.1 trillion budget ‘as passed’, After Senate Committee hearings, pro-lifers say reject pro-abortion Elena Kagan,Oakland braces for possible riots as verdict approaches. Published July 2 2010

  • Rep. Stark: I'll sell ladders to illegals at border wall

    Rep. Pete Stark, California Democrat, appears to think security on our borders is not an important issue. The Goldengate minutemen posted video of an exchange during a recent town hall meeting on June 26 in Fremont, where the congressman asked a border security advocate in attendance, "Who are you going to kill today?" Mr. Stark continued to heckle and mock the town hall attendees who reacted in disbelief as the congressman disrespected his own constituents. Rep. Pete Stark, California Democrat, appears to think security on our borders in not an important issue. The Goldengate minutemen posted video of an exchange during a recent town hall meeting on June 26 in Fremont, where the congressman asked a border security advocate in attendance, "Who are you going to kill today?" Mr. Stark continued to heckle and mock the town hall attendees who reacted in disbelief as the congressman disrespected his own constituents. Published July 2 2010

  • Off the beaten path online: Why endorse McCain?...

    Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: Why Endorse McCain?, AZ to release immigration training plan for cops, Right-wing news org: Obama administration blocking media access to Gulf response. Published July 1 2010

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