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One of the Glazov Gang’s most popular episodes was joined by Dinesh D’Souza, acclaimed conservative author and filmmaker who is the author of his latest book, America: Imagine a World Without Her — which also became a major motion picture.
Dinesh came on the program to America: Imagine a World Without Her.
A Hillary Clinton campaign worker has been caught on film apparently committing a felony by advising Las Vegas Hispanics how to vote while he is helping them register.
Hidden camera footage shows Henry Engelstein, identified as a campaign 'fellow,' reeling in Spanish-speaking Nevadans on a Las Vegas street with a comical picture of Donald Trump on his smartphone.
'THIS IS MY RESTING B**CH FACE,' the photo's caption reads, meme-style. 'Un payaso muy grande, si!' Engelstein tells passers-by. ('Yes! A giant clown!') In the video, shown to DailyMail.com exclusively by the conservative group Project Veritas Action, he boasts that Latinos' anger against the billionaire Republican front-runner is ample motivation for them to register as voters.
Many Americans probably think the IRS shouldn’t be handing out bonuses. Not to Lois Lerner or a fired IRS Commissioner anyhow. But they did, and a lawsuit by Tax Analysts tried to get to the bottom of these and other IRS bonuses. Why a lawsuit?
Because the IRS stonewalled, as it not infrequently does. Tax Analysts asked nicely first and made a Freedom of Information Act request. But the IRS has high walls. Eventually, Tax Analysts brought a suit against the IRS to compel the agency to release records of bonuses to high-level executives since 2010.
Many of the bonuses can be traced to IRS Commissioner Koskinen, who took the helm of the IRS in December 2013. Most of the IRS bonuses were paid in February and March 2014, with 238 awards totaling $976,387. No further awards were recorded until November and January 2015, with 218 awards totaling $1,000,108.
NEW YORK — Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio are headed for a smackdown on Wall Street. The former Florida governor and current Florida senator have dueling fundraisers set for the week of Oct. 12 with top financial industry executives in New York as Bush looks to maintain his dominance in the industry despite low poll numbers and Rubio hopes to capitalize on recent momentum to make his case to the deep-pocketed Republican establishment.
The invite to Bush’s breakfast event on Oct. 16— one of several he will hold that day — features a daunting array of 68 top Wall Street names including Jets owner Woody Johnson, attorney Larry Bathgate, Barclays executive Patrick Durkin and Highbridge Capital’s Scott Kapnick.
Teamsters officials met behind closed doors today. The union refused to endorse Hillary Clinton for president. The officials told FOX News they want to meet with Donald Trump. James Rosen reported:
FOX News has learned exclusively the 26 member board decided unanimously to withhold a presidential endorsement… Union executives told me they want to sit down with Republican candidates, most noatably, front-runner Donald Trump who has collaborated with unionized work forces across his real estate career.
Nuclear annihilation across the globe. This is what a German reporter who successfully embedded with the Islamic State says the terror group is planning. Jurgen Todenhofer released his findings in a book titled “Inside IS - Ten Days in the Islamic State,” reports the UK’s Daily Express.
“The terrorists plan on killing several hundred million people. The west is drastically underestimating the power of ISIS. ISIS intends to get its hands on nuclear weapons,” says Todenhofer, calling the group a “nuclear tsunami preparing the largest religious cleansing in history.”
Tuesday on MSNBC’s “MTP Daily,” Jose Diaz-Balart, host of “The Rundown,” said since President Barack Obama opened up diplomatic relations, Cuba is violating human rights with political prisoners and described it as a “increase of repression.”
Responding to Raul Castro’s call to end the U.S. embargo on Cuba during his first speech to the U.N. General Assembly on Monday, Diaz-Balart said, “You know, the embargo, if you look at how it was codified into law, it’s pretty basic and simple on how the embargo would be lifted. How all of the blockades that exist between the United States being able to fully have economic relations and support for the Cuban government. It’s pretty simple how that would go away. If there is a call for free and fair elections, if political prisoners are released, if unions are allowed to organize and people can move freely within the country. If those three things happen in Cuba, then the embargo would cease to exist. So it’s almost as if people are speaking in New York on different planets, because it’s pretty simple. You call for democratic elections, you have a release of political prisoners, and have unions and the embargo’s over.”
By Rand Paul: Ted Cruz 'Done' In Senate, Sep 29, 2015 Roll Call
Sen. Rand Paul on Tuesday said fellow Republican presidential candidate Ted. Cruz is “done for” in the Senate.
“Ted has chosen to make this really personal and chosen to call people dishonest in leadership and call them names, which really goes against the decorum and also against the rules of the Senate, and as a consequence, he can’t get anything done legislatively,” Paul told Fox News Radio. “He is pretty much done for and stifled and it’s really because of personal relationships, or lack of personal relationships, and it is a problem.”
Paul, a Kentucky Republican who has had the backing of his home-state senior senator, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, despite some tough policy differences, had been asked about Cruz’s inability to even muster the support of 11 senators to secure a roll call vote on a procedural motion designed to amend the continuing resolution to keep the government running.
In March, an investigation by ProPublica and Gawker revealed that a “secret spy network” that was not on the State Department payroll, run by longtime Clinton aide Sidney Blumenthal, was “funneling intelligence about the crisis in Libya directly to the Secretary of State’s private account starting before the Benghazi attack.” Now the WEEKLY STANDARD has learned that Tyler Drumheller, the former chief of the CIA’s clandestine service in Europe who was working directly with Blumenthal as a member of Clinton’s spy network, was concurrently working as a consultant to CBS News and its venerable news program 60 Minutes.
According to WEEKLY STANDARD sources, Drumheller was active in shaping the network’s Benghazi coverage. His role at the network raises questions about what went wrong with the retracted 60 Minutes report on Benghazi that aired in October 2013. Despite his former life as a high ranking CIA official, Drumheller was laden with political baggage, making him a curious choice to be consulting with a major news operation—especially so given that he was working directly with Sidney Blumenthal, whose primary occupation appears to be manipulating media coverage on behalf of the Clintons.
Dana Loesch, a well-known conservative talk radio host and gun-rights advocate, appeared in a promotional video for the National Rifle Association, which published on Sept. 10.
But on Sunday night, a troll, who apparently opposed her gun advocacy, posted a doctored video of Loesch. Instead of ending with information for the NRA's website, the doctored video ended with Loesch shooting herself in the head.
Here's the original video. It's about a minute long and ends with Loesch saying, "I'm the National Rifle Association and I'm freedom's safest place." The final frame gives the URL for the NRA's website.
NEW YORK — Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio are headed for a smackdown on Wall Street.
The former Florida governor and current Florida senator have dueling fundraisers set for the week of Oct. 12 with top financial industry executives in New York as Bush looks to maintain his dominance in the industry despite low poll numbers and Rubio hopes to capitalize on recent momentum to make his case to the deep-pocketed Republican establishment.
Since Bill and Hillary Clinton left the White House in 2001, they have earned more than $230 million. But in federal filings the Clintons claim they are worth somewhere between $11 million and $53 million. After layering years of disclosures on top of annual tax returns, Forbes estimates their combined net worth at $45 million. Where did all of the money go? No one seems to know, and the Clintons aren’t offering any answers.
From 2001 to 2014 the power couple spent $95 million on taxes. Hillary’s 2008 presidential run cost her $13 million. Their two homes cost a combined $5 million, and the Clintons have given away $22 million to charity. All of this is according to FEC filings, property records and years of tax returns. Add it up and you get $135 million. If the Clintons made $230 million, spent $135 million and have just $45 million left over, what happened to the other $50 million?
The New England Patriots quarterback said Monday that he didn't actually endorse GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump in his White House bid.
Previously, the four-time Super Bowl champion made headlines when it was reported he had a "Make America Great" hat in his locker; that of course being Trump's campaign slogan. In addition, Brady said a Trump presidency "would be great. There would be a putting green on the White House lawn, I can tell you that."
While still working at the State Department, Hillary Rodham Clinton confidante Huma Abedin was paid by the private consulting firm Teneo Holdings to help stage a star-studded reception that included her boss’ husband, Bill Clinton, along with George W. Bush and former British Prime Minister Tony Blair as speakers just days after the Benghazi tragedy, The Washington Times has learned.
Ms. Abedin’s work on the Sept. 20, 2012, event at the glamorous Essex House in New York City, helped entertain potential Teneo clients, wowing them with access to three former world leaders on a single stage.
(CNN)At times at the United Nations on Tuesday, it was tough to work out exactly who was president of the United States.
Joe Biden might not have the big job -- right now -- but there's no prouder member of the world leaders' club. The vice president was everywhere at the U.N. General Assembly -- it was almost as if Biden was holding his own private U.N. summit. And if he eventually does decide to plunge into the Democratic presidential campaign, what better place to highlight his global leadership credentials?
GOP presidential front runner Donald Trump met and prayed with about 40 religious leaders and pastors in his Trump Tower office Monday afternoon.
Among the attendees were televangelists Kenneth and Gloria Copeland, conservative evangelical Christian Pastor David Jeremiah, TBN religious broadcaster Jan Crouch, Pastor Paula White, Jews For Jesus Rabbi Kirt Schneider and Pastor Darrell Scott.
The meeting lasted roughly two and a half hours and ended with pastors gathering around Trump and laying their hands on him in prayer. Kenneth Copeland, Paula White, and Rabbi Schneider prayed during that time, asking the Lord to give the GOP presidential frontrunner wisdom, stability and knowledge necessary to pursue this endeavor. They also prayed for America and for God's will to be done.
A Yazidi slave girl has claimed the high-ranking ISIS commander who held her prisoner was a white American who directed the terror group's attacks and received personal letters from its leader.
Nada, 19, told MailOnline that US citizen Abu Abdullah al-Amriki (the American), 23, boasted about how beautiful women from all over the world wanted to join him in Syria and that he always kept a vial of poison on him - in case he was captured in battle.
She was bought by the ISIS emir - or local leader - at a slave auction in Islamic State's de-facto capital of Raqqa, Syria, in October.
The tall, pale man with black hair and short beard bought nine girls in total but sold seven of them on.
Nada was taken to one of his 'many' heavily-guarded houses in Manbij, Aleppo, where she lived with the other Yazidi girl and her son.
In any big organization, there are going to be mistakes, over-reaching, even some bad apples. As the media still debates how bad Lois Lerner was in the IRS targeting–while she received $129,000 in bonuses–there are other examples of bad IRS conduct. Alleged conduct anyway. For example, one IRS Agent in Seattle is facing criminal charges over an alleged scheme to extort cash from a medical marijuana dispensary for audit favors.
The Seattle Times reported that an IRS Agent named Paul Hurley, 42, attempted to squeeze tens of thousands of dollars out of a businessman for help with a delinquent tax bill. The IRS takes cases of misconduct seriously, for obvious reasons. Meanwhile, an IRS Agent in Tennessee has been charged with sexually assaulting a woman while performing an audit. Agent Samuel Garza was charged with sexual battery.
No matter how you spin it, these are further embarrassments for an agency that is still not over allegations of targeting and more. Even so, these alleged crimes may not be as colorful as the sex for lower taxes story spun by Vincent Burroughs. Vincent Burroughs claimed that his IRS auditor, Ms. Dora Abrahamson, flirted with him by phone and text, then sent him a selfie in her underwear.
Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke to Charlie Rose for 60 Minutes last week, in advance of his Monday address at the United Nations General Assembly.
The interview, which aired Sunday evening, is classic Putin: He is at turns blunt, evasive, and a braggart, often defending against criticisms of himself and of Russian foreign policy by turning those criticisms back on the United States. But it was also an interesting glimpse — despite, or at times because of, his less-than-honest spin — into how Putin sees the world and Russia's place in it.
These are, to my eye, five of the most revealing and important quotes from his interview.
A record number of guns were found in passengers' carry-on luggage at airport security checkpoints during one week in September, according to the Transportation Security Agency.
TSA agents discovered 67 guns in carry-on luggage in airports across the country during the week that ended Sept. 17, according to the agency, which said the tally for the week broke a previous record of 65 firearms found during one week in May 2013. Of those 67 guns, 56 were loaded and 26 had a round chambered, according to the TSA.
UNITED NATIONS – President Barack Obama said Monday the U.S. would be willing to work with Russia and Iran to end the civil war in Syria, acknowledging the current U.S. strategy has done nothing to curb the violence and rise of the Islamic State group.
"The United States is prepared to work with any nation, including Russia and Iran, to resolve the conflict," Obama told world leaders gathered at the U.N. General Assembly. "But we must recognize that there cannot be, after so much bloodshed, so much carnage, a return to the pre-war status quo."
The U.S. has had fraught relations with both Russia and Iran, but the two countries remain important players in Syria. They continue to support President Bashar Assad, whom the U.S. and its allies say cannot be a part of the political solution needed to end the civil war. At least 200,000 people have been killed and millions have been displaced inside Syria and to both neighboring and European countries.
There’s a particularly mean meme about presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson and his wife, Lacena, aka Candy, circulating around social media. In the meme, President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama are striking at the China state dinner Friday. President Obama is dressed in a well-tailored tuxedo, and the first lady has long, side-swept hair and an off-the-shoulder, custom-made Vera Wang gown.
The contrasting picture of the Carsons was taken in May, on the day Carson officially announced his candidacy for president in Detroit. He is dressed in an unremarkable but still presentable blue suit. It’s Candy Carson’s appearance that makes the meme funny to some (but not me). She is wearing a hairstyle and patriotic ensemble that is unflattering, ill-fitting and dated. The meme caption is a play on a popular DirecTV commercial that clowns its cable competitors for being subpar.
Iranian regime President Hassan Rouhani addressed the United Nations General Assembly on Monday afternoon, discussing matters such as the Hajj pilgrimage disaster and the Iran nuclear deal. Rouhani also jabbed the “Zionist regime” of Israel and demanded it surrender its nuclear weapons. He topped off his speech by concluding that U.S. and Israel are to blame for regional terrorism
It must be noted, however, that Rouhani does not share the same executive authority as his counterparts at the General Assembly debate, as any of his decisions can be overruled by Iran’s dictator, Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.
As a leader in the Islamic Republic of Iran, Rouhani began the speech by “praising Allah and his Prophet Muhammad.”
The House committee investigating the Benghazi attacks is now the longest congressional investigation in history, committee Democrats announced today.
As of Monday, the House Select Committee on Benghazi, has been active for 72 weeks -- surpassing the record previously held by the Watergate Committee in the 1970's.
President Obama Confronts Russia, China and Iran In Speech to UN Democrats have accused the committee of focusing on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton rather than the 2012 Benghazi attacks.
“The Benghazi Select Committee has now become one of the longest and least active congressional investigations in history,” Ranking Member Elijah Cummings, D-Maryland, wrote in a statement. “The Committee has squandered the last 16 months and more than 4.5 million taxpayer dollars dredging up political attacks to impact the 2016 presidential election -- a severe misuse of taxpayer funds and Congressional power."