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Today’s Rebellion News – February 16th 2015

Posted by Editor in Chief
February 16th, 2015

33b4a9e1c82569235f0f6a7067009578_c0-120-3000-1868_s561x327Brown University student wants ROTC ‘criminals’ banned from campus
(Washington Times – Jessica Chasmar)
*Lead Story*

For the media, Bloomberg’s racial insensitivity in defense of liberalism is no vice
(Hot Air – Noah Rothman)
*Must Read*

DIA: ISIL ‘Beginning to Assemble a Growing International Footprint’
(CNS News – Terence P. Jeffrey)

Big Brother (and Everyone Else) is Watching
(American Interest – Walter Russell Mead)

Documents Cast Doubt on Claim that 60 VA Employees Have Been Fired for Manipulating Wait Times
(Washington Free Beacon – Ellison Barber)

GOP cools on Loretta Lynch
(The Hill – Tim Devaney)

First Amendment expert: Wisconsin ought to be ‘embarrassed’ by John Doe
(Watchdog – M.D. Kittle)

Meanwhile, North Korea Threatens America with Nuclear ‘Final Doom’
(PJ Media – Claudia Rosett)

Here’s Audio From The Event Michael Bloomberg Is Trying To Block From Being Broadcast
(Daily Caller – Chuck Ross)

021615PresidentsDayDebtHow much debt did each president leave for the country?
(Washington Examiner – Jason Russell)
*Must Read*

2016 face-off set: Dems meet in Philly, GOP in Cleveland. How does it matter?
(Investor’s Business Daily – Andrew Malcolm)

In Jersey, A Flintlock Pistol Can Get You A 10-Year Jail Sentence
(Townhall – Matt Vespa)

New High-School Physics Curriculum Includes Lessons on White Privilege
(National Review – Katherine Timpf)

He Walked Around Paris ‘as a Jew’ for 10 Hours — the Reality Caught on Video Is Hard to Stomach
(The Blaze – Jason Howerton)

Meet your 2016 GOP front-runners: Jeb Bush, yes, and a Midwestern surprise
(Christian Science Monitor – Husna Haq)

Shots Fired, Drug Busts Made as 900 Black Teens Storm FL Mall
(Breitbart – John Hayward)

Attention to Deficits Disorder
(Daily Reckoning – Addison Wiggin)

Rising tide of limited-English students swamps school budgets
(Human Events – Kenric Ward)

The New York Explanation For A Booming Jobs Market Without Booming Wages
(Forbes – Tim Worstall)

Ex-FCC attorney says Internet plan won’t achieve broadband goals
(Computerworld – Matt Hamblen)

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