Video- Anti-Israel Protesters: 'U.S.A. Is The Biggest Terrorist Organization'

MRCtv's Dan Joseph heads down to a pro-Palestinian protest in front of the Convention Center in Washington D.C. to ask a few questions.

MRC: Do you believe Hamas is a terrorist group?
Protester: No, I believe the United States and Israel are terrorist groups


Flashback Video- Very First Time Obama Met Putin: 'I Found Him To Be Very Smart, Has a Practical Bent'

Photo: First handshake- Obama at the home of Vladimir Putin outside Moscow

 NBC's Chuck Todd begins the report saying, 'the 2 hour meeting was dominated by a 50-minute soliloquy by Putin.'
No doubt Putin knew he could steamroll this guy after the first meeting.
Listen to Obama-
This from early 2009-


Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk Resigns

Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk announced his resignation Thursday after the ruling coalition crumbled

KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk has announced his resignation following turmoil in government.

Yatsenyuk made the announcement from the dais of the parliament after two parties said they would pull out of the governing coalition. “I am announcing my resignation in connect with the collapse of the coalition,” Yatsenyuk said.

He said the parliament could no longer do its work and pass necessary laws.

The nationalist Svoboda party and the UDAR movement led by former boxer Vladimir Klitscho pulled out of the group of legislators that took over after former President Viktor Yanukovich was ousted by protesters seeking closer ties with the European Union.



FAA lifts ban on U.S. airlines flying into and out of Israel

Another: Air Algerie Flight Disappears with 110 on board

Algerian official: It has crashed

Reuters: Obama sends team to Texas to assess need for National Guard deployment

Video surfaces of Browns fan urinating on grave of Art Modell

Veteran Claims He Was Locked Inside VA Clinic By Himself For Hours

Boeing reaches plane parts deal with Iran

Study: Babies Learn Nursery Rhymes From Their Mom's Voice While in the Womb 

  Marquette poll: Scott Walker in dead heat with Mary Burke for Wisconsin gubernatorial race

Iraq parliament elects senior Kurdish politician president

Rocker Tom Petty: No one has got Christ wrong more than Christians

Video- John Boehner tears up talking about doc who saved congresswoman's baby

Zuck: Americans spend an average of 40 minutes a day on Facebook 

Arizona inmate dies 2 hours after lethal injection began

Woman in a stolen dress posts selfie on Facebook, arrested soon after

Americans Still Oppose Lowering the Drinking Age 74-25

Rasmussen: 81% of Americans say very likely/somewhat likely Russia involved in shooting down Malaysia Airlines MH17

MSNBC: Hilllary stock 'on the decline'

Crossroads hits Kay Hagan on the debt

Biden at National Urban League: I Should Have Had a Republican Kid

Iraq bus attack kills 52 prisoners, nine police -Raw video

Hamas Refuses Kerry Proposal for ceasefire

Big lib Sam Stein: WH Stifling Access To Taxpayer-Funded Obama Fundraising Trips

CNN freelance journalist abducted in Ukraine


Poll: 58% Say The Obama Administration Incompetent at Managing Government

Approval rating in the tank on a number of issues according to a Fox News Poll released this evening

Obama Approval/Disapproval by Issue

Health care-  41% Approve, 54% Disapprove
Economy-  40% Approve, 57% Disapprove
Foreign Policy-  35% Approve, 56% Disapprove
Israeli-Palestinian Conflict- Only 29% Approve, 56% Disapprove

Fox News
Has the Obama administration competently and effectively managed the government? A Fox News poll released Wednesday finds a majority of American voters says no -- including about a third of Democrats.

A 58-percent majority says the White House has not been competent at managing the federal government. Some 32 percent of Democrats join 67 percent of independents and 84 percent of Republicans in holding that view.

Forty percent of voters do say the administration has been competent at running the government.

Those marks are a bit worse than those Barack Obama receives on his overall job performance as president: 42 percent of voters approve, while 52 percent disapprove. Last month 41 percent approved and 54 percent disapproved (June 21-23, 2014).

Things look better for the White House when the questions focus on some specific issues. For example, 53 percent think the administration has been very (17 percent) or somewhat (36 percent) competent at managing the economy, while 45 percent disagree


*Q21- Setting aside how you feel about the policies of the Obama administration, all in all, doyou think the administration has been competent and effective in managing the federal government, or not?


Gingrich Blasts Bush Family For Cozying Up to the Clintons- It Could Result in a Hillary Presidency

'The most single damaging thing the Bush family has done to politics was to resuscitate Bill and Hillary Clinton and give them a bipartisan veneer'

'They moved him from left to center'

I think Newt's analysis is correct here...

Newt Gingrich has blasted the Bushes for being too nice and getting chummy with the Clintons, blaming the family’s friendliness for Hillary Clinton’s likely presidency.

George H.W. Bush’s non-profit partnerships with Bill Clinton and Bush’s hospitality toward his former foe have made the Clintons seem less extreme, Gingrich tells author Daniel Halper in his new book, “Clinton, Inc.”

“The most single damaging thing the Bush family has done to politics was to resuscitate Bill and Hillary Clinton and give them a bipartisan veneer,” Gingrich says, in the chapter “Seducing the Bushes.”

Another ex-GOP lawmaker agreed, saying the seal of approval from team Bush “legitimized” Clinton after his scandal plagued White House tenure.

“They moved him from the left to the center. And from that point on, he hasn’t looked back,” the unnamed source told Halper.

The unlikely alliance between the noble statesman and the smooth-talking Southerner actually started at the behest of then-President George W. Bush, who asked the pair to raise money for relief efforts following the 2004 Asian tsunami and Hurricane Katrina in 2005.


Teen Dies in Plane Crash Attempting Flight Around the World

In this Thursday, June 19, 2014 photo, Babar Suleman and son Haris Suleman, 17, stand next to their plane at an airport in Greenwood, Ind. before taking off for an around-the-world flight. On Wednesday, July 23, 2014, a single-engine plane with two aboard crashed in waters off American Samoa, with a registration number matching the plane flown by the Indiana teen attempting to fly around the world in 30 days. (AP Photo/The Indianapolis Star, Robert Scheer)

AJC Reported
Several news outlets are reporting a 17-year-old boy and his father have crashed in the Pacific during the teen's attempt to pilot a single-engine plane around the world in 30 days.

The Indianapolis Star reports the airplane of Plainfield, Indiana, teen Haris Suleman and his father, Babar, had taken off from Pago Pago in American Samoa when their plane crashed Wednesday, according to Annie Hyatt, a spokeswoman for the family.

Haris' body was recovered, but authorities were still searching for Babar.

According to a July 20 feature story in The Indianapolis Star, Haris had recently acquired his pilot's license and instrument rating, which authorized him to fly an aircraft over oceans.

The two left Indiana June 19 in hopes of breaking a world record and raising money for a nonprofit that builds schools in Pakistan. They planned to return home Sunday.

The Express Tribune reported that Hiba Suleman, Haris’ sister, confirmed on her Facebook account that the body of her brother had been recovered, while rescue teams are still searching for her father.


NBC's Andrea Mitchell Jabs Obama For 'Optics' of Leadership: 'Golf Couse Not the Best Place to Be'

Even Andrea Mitchell is blasting the golfer-in-chief..

'He can do his job from wherever he is. But there are moment when even telegraphing...This is the optics of leadership and the golf course is not the best place to be'

Mitchell then hits Obama for jetting off to fundraisers after the Malaysian Airliner was shot down in Ukraine.

AIM video


Video- Brawl Erupts In Ukraine Parliament After Heated Argument Over MH17

A fight broke out between lawmakers from Ukraine's nationalist and communist parties in the country's parliament on Wednesday

The Independent reports that the brawl erupted over the call for more troops to defend the country against the growing numbers of Russian troops on the country’s eastern border.

Guy in the purple gets punched a few times


Kerry Flies Into Tel Aviv's Ben-Gurion Despite FAA Flight Ban

Rules don't apply to a 'military' plane. Right.

ABC News
Just hours after Secretary of State John Kerry told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that a temporary FAA ban on U.S. flight to Tel Aviv was in the best interest of Americans, Kerry himself flew into Tel Aviv’s Ben-Gurion Airport.

The FAA’s prohibition does not apply to military aircraft including the 757 Kerry is flying on. Plus, Kerry traveled to Israel to meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and others as part of his efforts to bring about a ceasefire to the fighting between Israel and Hamas in Gaza, spokesperson Jen Psaki said.

“Secretary Kerry is on the ground to continue his efforts to achieve a ceasefire and bring an end to the rocket attacks that led to the FAA notice,” she wrote in a statement.

The U.S. flight ban for Ben Gurion Airport went into effect Tuesday after a rocket from Hamas struck ground about a mile from the airport. It only affects U.S. carriers and has no effect on foreign airlines, but after the U.S. announcement numerous foreign air carriers announced they would also suspend fllights into the Israeli airport.

Netanyahu spoke on the phone with Kerry Tuesday night and urged him to help call off the ban. But according to Psaki, Kerry explained that the ban was intended only to keep American safe, not to discourage anyone from traveling to Israel.


WATCH: CNN Reporter Gets into Testy Exchange With RT Anchor: 'You Are Obsessed With Clearing Russia From Culpability'

Chris Cuomo of CNN grills Russia Today's Peter LaVelle on what happened days after the downing of MH17

Cuomo begins by asking LaVelle why Vladimir Putin has not come out and condemned how the crime scene and the dignity of the dead was handled. A simple question. But the RT anchor starts immediately defending Putin and shifting the blame, saying the question was ludicrous.

It goes downhill from there. Cuomo responds by saying, 'Peter, this is not something you should be flip about.'  The Russia Today anchor makes it quite obvious that his job in this interview is to defend Putin, and nothing else.