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Posts Tagged ‘John Hayward’


Today’s Rebellion News – October 24th 2014

Posted by Editor in Chief
October 24th, 2014

ebola_nycEbola in the Big Apple
(Human Events – John Hayward)
*Lead Story*

Truthy Removes Part of Website That Monitored Conservative Hashtags
(Washington Free Beacon – Elizabeth Harrington)
*Must Read*

Hillary Clinton: Business Don’t Create Jobs!
(PJ Media – Bryan Preston)

Red line? ISIS used chemical weapons against Iraqi army
(Hot Air – Ed Morrissey)

Hatchet-wielding man has authorities struggling to understand motivation
(Christian Science Monitor – Jacob Axelrad)

Venezuela Burns Money, China
(American Interest – Walter Russell Mead)

New York, New Jersey to start high-risk Ebola quarantine
(The Hill – Sarah Ferris and Elise Viebeck)

OR High Schools Adding ‘13th Grade’ to Boost State’s On-Time Graduation Rate
(CNS News – Joseph Perticone)

Screen-Shot-2014-06-13-at-50624-PMpngStudy: Illegal Non-Citizen Votes Could Sway U.S. Elections
(Breitbart – Caroline May)
*Must Read*

Ready for Cops to Check You for Explosives, Chicago CTA Riders?
(Reason – Zenon Evans)

Bombshell: Valerie Jarrett Helped Manage Fallout Over Eric Holder’s Changing Fast and Furious Testimony to Congress
(Townhall – Katie Pavlich)

Oil price slump sets the stage for America’s ‘shale boom 2.0′
(AEI Ideas – Mark J. Perry)

FL Supreme Court says warrantless cell phone spying a no-go
(Watchdog – William Patrick)

WHO Meets Behind Closed Doors, Threatens A Global Tax Hike
(Forbes – Lorenzo Montanari)

Source: Radical Islam ‘Disease’ Sweeping One of America’s Oldest Cities
(The Blaze – Sara Carter)

Why the Fed Will Launch Another Round of QE
(Daily Reckoning – Richard Duncan)

An Avalanche of Ballots in Colorado
(National Review – Deroy Murdock)

Europe sets climate targets
(Washington Examiner – Zack Colman)

How the Supreme Court Created the Student Loan Bubble
(American Spectator – Bill McMorris)

FEC Democrat pushes for controls on Internet political speech
(Washington Times – Stephen Dinan)

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