Tom Cotton: Obama Extending Deadline 'Sends a Signal of Weakness to the Iranians'

"O negotiating from a position of weakness"..."We are on the verge of a very bad deal"

Sen. Tom Cotton was on Fox News' The Kelly File. He believes we should walk away from the negotiating table now and resume sanctions against Iran immediately


Lou Dobbs Nails it (VIDEO)

Quote of the day:

Lou Dobbs points out that previous investigations into Fast and Furious, Benghazi, the IRS and Secret Service went absolutely nowhere. He asks, why should we expect Hillary #ServerGate to be any different?

A very good question.

Dobbs says Trey Gowdy is a good prosecutor, but he's working uphill.  Recent scandals end up being a distant memory with time and he wouldn't be surprised (me either) if this one goes nowhere also.

"The investigation into Hillary will go on, Gowdy and his colleagues will make a good faith effort. But to actually bring Hillary Clinton to account in the email scandal or Benghazi, there's every reason to doubt"

Excellent commentary by Lou Dobbs on Fox Business tonight


Caught on Video: Out of Control Cop Goes Ballistic on Uber Driver in NYC

Out-of-control cop might be an understatement...

A video allegedly showing a plainclothes officer trying to humiliate an immigrant Uber driver about speaking English has prompted the New York Police Department to conduct an investigation, the New York Daily News reported on Tuesday.

In the video, the officer who pulled over the Uber driver allegedly hurled insults at him, including about the way he spoke.

"Stop it with your mouth!" the man could be heard shouting at the driver. "Stop it with your 'For what, sir? For what, sir?' Stop it with that bullsh*t and realize the three vehicle traffic law violations you committed! Okay?! Do you understand me?! I don't know what f***ing planet you think you're on right now!"

The passengers who recorded the incident commiserated with the driver and could be heard telling the driver it wasn't his fault and talking about how out of control the officer was being. According to the conversation, the incident was sparked by the driver honking at the officer who was attempting to park along the street but didn't have a blinker on.

Here is the raw video that does contain some language
The cab driver is just berated here for no reason


WATCH-- Defender of Indiana Religious Freedom Law Gets Mic Cut on MSNBC (VIDEO)

Ryan Anderson, who is an editor at the Heritage Foundation goes head-to-head with Sgt. Schultz over the Indiana Religious Freedom law and whether or not it opens the door to discrimination against gays.

At the end of this testy exchange on The Ed Show, Schultz cuts his mic


Flashback Video- Democrat Pat Leahy Blasts Bush Adm For Missing Emails: "It's Like The Famous 18 Minute Gap in the Nixon WH Tapes"

"We will subpoena them if necessary"

This is in 2007

Pat Leahy is angry: "YOU CAN'T ERASE EMAILS"...."That's like saying the dog ate my homework"


Elizabeth Warren: ‘I’m Not Running’ for President, Give Hillary a Chance

Warren: I've got this really great job already (as a senator)

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren  is deferring to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the 2016 Democratic primary, stressing to the Today show this morning that she’s not throwing her name into the ring.

“No. I’m not running and I’m not going to run,” Warren said. “I’m in Washington. I’ve got this really great job and a chance to try and make a difference on things that really matter. Pressed on 2016 again, she repeated, “I’m not running. I’m not running.”

Warren said she never even entertained the idea of running. “Look, what I’m working on are the issues the people of Massachusetts sent me to work on.” On whether Clinton is the right candidate for a liberal platform?

“Well, I think we need to give her a chance to decide if she’s going to run and to declare and to lay out what she wants to run on. I think that’s her opportunity to do that,” Warren said.

Rahm Emanuel Opens Up a 28 Point Lead Over Challenger Garcia

Only 4 points separated the 2 back in February

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s lead over his rival in next week’s mayoral runoff, Cook County Commissioner Jesus “Chuy” Garcia, has swelled to a commanding 28-point advantage, according to a new Chicago Tribune poll released this morning.

Emanuel leads Garcia, 58 percent to 30 percent, according to the poll, which was conducted March 25-29 by APC Research. Nine percent of voters were undecided.

The poll represents a shift toward Emanuel over the past two weeks. In the previous Tribune/APC Research poll, conducted March 6-11, Emanuel led, 51 percent to 37 percent.

The incumbent is propelled by massive margins among white voters, who back him, 72 percent to 25 percent. Emanuel also leads by a nearly-two-to-one margin among black voters, 53 percent to 28 percent. Garcia outpaces Emanuel among Hispanic voters, 52 percent to 36 percent


Firefighter's Dangerous Fall Into Fire Caught on Video

California firefighter fights for his life after he falls through a burning roof while trying to contain a fire

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FRESNO, Calif. - Terrifying video out of Fresno, Calif. shows a firefighter falling through the roof of a burning home.

According to the Fresno Bee , the 25-year veteran of the fire department suffered second and third degree burns on most of his body.

He was trying to put out the flames in the garage when he fell.

A man with an ax helped cut through the wall to get the firefighter out, the Fresno Bee reports.

Authorities say the man is in critical condition


Rubio on Clinton: 'She's Got Bigger Problems Than Emails'

Senator Marco Rubio on The Five--

"She the chief architect of a foreign policy that I think has been a disaster"


"Hmmm...That's a Tough One": WH Correspondent April Ryan Can't Cite an Obama Foreign Policy Success (VIDEO)

Joe Scarborough challenged April Ryan of American Urban Radio Networks to cite some of President Obama's foreign-policy successes.

Scarborough had opened the line of questioning by reading the first paragraph from his Politico column of today, Stumbling through History, describing "the wreckage" of US foreign policy with Yemen, ISIL, Syria, Iran, Libya, Jordan, Turkey and Israel.
via newsbusters


"I'm Skeptical": George Will Questions What Blue State Ted Cruz Can Flip if He's the Republican Nominee

George Will on the electoral numbers and the challenge Republicans are facing---

"The question for Mr. Cruz for anyone seeking the Republican nomination is this -- given that 18 states and the District of Columbia with 242 electoral votes voted Democratic in 6 consecutive elections and if the Democratic nominee holds that base, he or she will spend the fall looking for 28 electoral votes and will find them. Given that, they have to ask the question, what red -- what blue state are you going to flip specifically?"

Watch- Will on Fox News