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CIA competence questioned

The CIA exhibited alarming incompetence in developing and implementing post-9/11 enhanced interrogation protocols of suspected al Qaeda detainees, according to the Senate Intelligence Committee report.

Thank You. (Illustration by Michael Ramirez for Creators Syndicate)

Offering my humble gratitude to those who serve this holiday season

First, I want to extend my sincere gratitude to all the courageous people who are currently serving our country and will be away from the family dinner table during the holidays. I also want to say thank you to our brave veterans that have missed Christmases, birthdays, Hanukkahs and Thanksgivings in the past.

The 2015 Cadillac Escalade (Photo by Rita Cook)

The 2015 Cadillac Escalade's redesign set to spoil any driver

- The Washington Times

Loving the 2015 Cadillac Escalade is easy since there will be a lot to love for this amazing driving experience. You can get eight passengers inside, but the back row of seats is more kid than adult friendly. With the 4WD Premium version I drove, I could have lived in there since it's so comfortable and appealing.

Liberal Bully of the Week: Sen. Dianne Feinstein

Remember how Democrats and their media pals told you Benghazi was "old news" five minutes after it happened, and only right-wing Fox News fans still cared about what actually happened? Well, now they're saying the hottest story in town is a report by Senate Democrats on CIA interrogations that happened over 10 years ago. Some old news is a lot fresher than other old news.

Put in stark terms, under President Obama's watch, inside America there now are fewer "chickens" in more "pots", while geopolitical risks surge higher putting international results for most companies in greater jeopardy, says Washington Times columnist Charles Ortel. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

Under Obama, economic growth withers

When stock market investors demand dividend yields that are substantially higher than interest rates, they are screaming out a message the wider public should note well — financial sophisticates do not believe the economic-growth story that the Obama administration so ham-handedly still tries to sell.