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Eric Bolling on Cuba: "Fantastic Policy Move By President Obama" (VIDEO)

Ugh. Did he not hear anything Marco Rubio said today at his press conference?

Eric Bolling on tonight's Fox News 'The Five' only sees the move from an economic perspective, at least that what it sounds like here.

Take a listen- "Fantastic"



 

McCain, Graham: Obama Writing New Chapters in American Foreign Policy- Appeasing Dictators, Thugs and Adversaries


'Friends demoralized and enemies emboldened'

Sens. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) released the following statement opposing President Obama’s plans to normalize diplomatic relations with Cuba:

"We agree with President Obama that he is writing new chapters in American foreign policy. Unfortunately, today’s chapter, like the others before it, is one of America and the values we stand for in retreat and decline. It is about the appeasement of autocratic dictators, thugs, and adversaries, diminishing America’s influence in the world. Is it any wonder that under President Obama’s watch our enemies are emboldened and our friends demoralized?

Unfortunately, we fear the most damaging chapter to America’s national security is still being written. We dread the day President Obama takes to the podium to announce a nuclear deal with the Iranian ayatollahs which does little, if anything, to deter their nuclear ambitions, placing our nation and our closest allies in even deeper peril"



 

O'Reilly: If Elizabeith Warren Was Elected President, She'd Make Obama Look Like Ronald Reagan (Video)

Liberalism in America--


Bill O’Reilly said that Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren “is emerging as the face of liberal America.”

O’Reilly explained that some on the left believe that Hillary Clinton is too socially moderate, so they are encouraging Warren to run for president.

According to O’Reilly, Warren also “wants stringent government control of firearms, robust health care subsidies, and government-mandated wages for low-paid workers.”

“In short, she is a classic liberal thinker who believes Washington should control the lives of individuals for the collective good.” O’Reilly said that some younger Americans, minority voters, and left-wing baby boomers view Warren as a hero.

He said, “If Sen. Warren ever gains the White House, she'd make Barack Obama look like Ronald Reagan.”

 

Rubio on Obama's New Cuba Policy: 'The White House Conceded Everything'...'This is a Victory For The Oppressive Cuban Government'



Marco Rubio blasted President Obama Wednesday for promising to normalize relations with Cuba's communist regime.

Rubio, whose family fled Cuba, slammed Obama as “the single-worst negotiator we’ve had in the White House in my lifetime” and promised to use whatever leverage he has in the 114th Congress to oppose an easing of trade and travel restrictions.

“It is a victory for the repressive Cuban government and a serious setback for the repressed Cuban people,” he said. “The White House has conceded everything and gained little.”



 

Michael Moore: 'Cuba’s Pissy Whiny Neighbor Grows Up'


...'Thank U Obama'


truthrevolt
The left’s favorite documentary maker responded to President Obama’s move to normalize full diplomatic relations with Cuba in what is being deemed as “the most significant shift in U.S. policy toward the communist island in decades.” The president’s announcement of restoring relationship between the two countries, said Michael Mooore, showed that Cuba’s “pissy whiny neighbor” has finally grown up

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) had a much different response to the president’s moves to restore the political relationship with Cuba, arguing that rather than furthering human rights, it would only serve to solidify the Castro regime:

"This is going to do absolutely nothing to further human rights and democracy in Cuba," Rubio said in a recent interview. "But it potentially goes a long way in providing the economic lift that the Castro regime needs to become permanent fixtures in Cuba for generations to come."

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Video- David Letterman Mocks Jeb Bush In ‘Top Ten’ Segment

"If I run, who will rig the election in Florida?"


newsbusters
On Tuesday, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush announced that he was exploring the possibility of running for president in 2016 and predictably CBS Late Show host David Letterman had a field day with the Republican’s announcement.

During his Tuesday evening show, the CBS comedian announced the “questions Jeb Bush is asking himself while actively exploring a run for president.” Unsurprisingly, Letterman’s 10 “questions” were merely liberal attacks on Bush such as “Am I sure I won’t embarrass the family?”





 

New Video of the 17-hour Hostage Standoff in Sydney

Video shows snipers across the street at the Channel 7 newsroom




Video from CBS This Morning
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People Magazine's June Hillary Clinton Issue The Worst Selling of 2014



Her book 'Hard Choices' was a total dud.  Her personal approval rating has plummeted. She recently said we should 'empathize' with our enemies. She gives policy speeches to half-empty arenas.   A large number of candidates Hillary campaigned for and endorsed in the midterms  went down in flames. Nobody, including her can name one accomplishment she had as Secretary of State.  Now her face on the cover of People magazine is the worst seller of the year 

And 2016 Republicans are supposed to be worried about her? Gimme a break.


washingtonpost reported:
In June, Hillary Rodham Clinton appeared on the cover of People magazine for the first time in more than a decade. Real people, not the magazine, talked about what the article might mean for 2016. They talked about whether Clinton was using a walker (she wasn't). They talked about people talking about whether Clinton was using a walker (She still wasn't).

What they didn't do was buy the magazine. According to a report from AdWeek on Monday, the June 16 issue of People featuring the former first lady and senator was the magazine's worst selling of 2014 with 503,890 copies sold. The magazine's best-selling issue --1,169,800 copies -- was the one featuring Robin Williams after his death in late August.

AdWeek said that celebrity weeklies saw poor performances with issues that featured the Kardashians and Beyonce on the cover.




 

NATO Has Intercepted More Than 400 Russian Flights This Year


Russian jets now flying with transponders off which is posing a real risk to civilian air traffic


freebeacon
NATO has warned Russia that its military flights pose a threat to civil aviation in the Baltic region after a close encounter between a Russian air force jet and a Swedish airliner, Reuters reports.

A Russian jet flying with its transponder locator switched off on Friday caused a commercial flight from Denmark to Poland to abruptly change course. The near collision elicited a strong rebuke from NATO’s secretary general:

“It is not only a question of increased … flights but it’s the way they’re conducting the flights. They are not filing their flight plans and they are not communicating with civilian air traffic control and they are not turning on their transponders,” NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg told a news conference on Monday.

“That poses a risk to civilian air traffic. The important thing is that NATO stays vigilant and that we intercept the Russian flights.”

Russia denied its aircraft had posed any hazard to the airliner
NATO said its aircraft have intercepted more than 400 Russian flights this year, a 50 percent increase from 2013.

Here is video of a NATO fighter intercepting a Russian military Su-34 over the Baltic Sea


 

Federal Judge Rules Obama Executive Amnesty is UNCONSTITUTIONAL




newsmax reported:
A federal court judge in Pennsylvania on Tuesday ruled parts of President Barack Obama's executive immigration orders unconstitutional, accusing him of bypassing Congress in granting deportation relief and work permits to as many as 6 million illegal immigrants.

The decision, by Judge Arthur Schwab in Pittsburgh, dismisses the White House's legal reasoning in granting the orders, which Obama announced in a prime-time speech on cable television on Nov. 20.

Schwab's ruling, described by The Washington Times as "scathing," said the president has the authority to issue executive orders and interpret the law. But "Obama’s unilateral legislative action violates the separation of powers provided for in the United States Constitution..." Schwab wrote, according to The Times.

Judge Arthur Schwab was nominated by George W. Bush in 2002


 

WH Press Sec. Josh Earnest Takes Swipe at Ted Cruz: He Doesn't Know Much More About Senate Floor Procedure Than I Do

CNN WH correspondent Jim Acosta asks Press Secretary Josh Earnest if O is going to send Senator Ted Cruz a fruitcake for the holidays.

Josh Earnest says Cruz carried out some 'shenanigans' on the Senate Floor
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Marist Poll Republican 2016: Romney Leads With 19%


Marist/McClatchy 2016--

Romney 19%
Bush 14%
Christie 9%
Huckabee 9%

Bush leads with 16% if Romney doesn't run


thehill
A new poll shows former Gov. Jeb Bush (R-Fla.) nearing the top of his party’s wish list for 2016 on the day he took his most direct step yet toward a bid for president.

Bush’s support hinges, in part, on whether former GOP nominee Mitt Romney decides to make a third run for the White House. Romney was the top choice for 19 percent of Republicans and GOP-leaning independents, while Bush received 14 percent in a new McClatchy-Marist poll. Gov. Chris Christie and former Gov. Mike Huckabee 9%, while conservative neurosurgeon Ben Carson 8%

Bush stands to gain the most if Romney skips the election. He becomes the leader with 16 percent, with Huckabee moving up to second. On Tuesday, Bush said in a Facebook post that he’s starting a leadership PAC and “actively exploring” a run for president.

 Sixty-four percent said it’s more important to choose a nominee who will back conservative principles than it is to back the candidate who has the best shot in the general election. That sentiment could benefit candidates seen by the base as ideologically pure, including Carson, Huckabee, Rep. Paul Ryan, . Rand Paul,  Rick Perry and Sen. Ted Cruz. But as of now, the majority of those candidates have to gain significant ground before they match the poll numbers of Bush and Romney