‘I Have Become Concerned . . .’

The divide between Washington and the American people has grown so great that it’s not just Republicans who are pledging their support from Marco — independents and Democrats are embracing Marco’s vision for a New American Century, too. Michael from Winston-Salem, N.C., is one such former Democrat voter, who sent our team this letter along…

The post ‘I Have Become Concerned . . .’ appeared first on Marco Rubio.

Continue reading…


Planned Parenthood Official: ‘Hateful Language’ Makes People Think ‘It’s OK to Target’ Us

Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” Planned Parenthood Rocky Mountains President and CEO Vicki Cowart discussed Friday’s shooting that took the lives of three people in Colorado and said the “hateful language” surrounding Planned Parenthood makes some think “it’s OK to target Planned Parenthood.” Cowart said, “We have experienced so much hateful language, hateful speech, such a negative environment has been created around the work that Planned Parenthood does, around the idea of safe and legal abortion and we have seen that across the country from all sort of speakers in the last few months. I can’t believe that this isn’t contributing to some folks mentally unwell or not, thinking it’s okay to target Planned Parenthood or to target abortion providers.” When asked “Are you talking about members of congress, politicians?,” she answered, “I think politicians have been in that conversation, and I mean, you know that the air waves are full of anti-abortion language of anti-planned parenthood accusations. Much of which is false in nature and we at Planned Parenthood are first and foremost a health care provider, we provide life-saving services to all kinds of folks, men and women across our communities. The tirades against Planned Parenthood in the last few months have really
Continue reading…


EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Black Students In Canada Barricade Vice President, Accuse College Of ‘Anti-Black Racism’

Screen Shot 2015-11-29 at 00.34.04
A mob of black students at one of Canada’s liberal arts colleges has been caught on camera intimidating white administrators, including an Associate Vice-President, yelling, “You will give us the respect that we ask of you,” and presenting a list of segregationist demands. Brenda Whiteside, Associate Vice-President of Student Affairs at the University of Guelph, was trapped in her office by a gang of protesters who whooped and clicked their fingers as two of their number accused the college of being “rooted in anti-black racism.” The footage, which appeared briefly on LiveLeak.com before being taken down, has not previously been published. It shows a large group of black students surrounding two white college administrators while their leaders jab their fingers and shout at Whiteside, demanding more black support and academic staff. The University of Guelph’s Assistant Vice President for Human Rights and Equity, Jane Ngobia, is a black woman. The Guelph video shows how odd the language of campus protest has become. “How many racialised [sic] students do we have?” asks one protester. “White students can go in and talk to a white counsellor. What about us?” The first adds: “Are you even around racialised people?” Also disturbing are the plainly segregationist demands the students make. They appear to tell
Continue reading…


Kasich: 80 Percent of Republicans Don’t Support ‘Outrageous,’ ‘Divisive’ Trump

Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” Republican presidential candidate Gov. John Kasich (R-OH) said his rival Donald Trump will not be the nominee because “80 percent of Republicans don’t support him.” Kasich said, “It’s about whether we want to have a leader who unifies the country. Donald Trump has criticized and insulted women, his Hispanics, Muslims, reporters.” Guest host Martha Raddatz asked, “Do believe what Donald Trump is saying that he didn’t know he was insulted the reporter?” Kasich said, “He has insulted other reporters this one he absolutely mocked who was disabled. Martha, you’re been offend  by him I think. We’re all are. We need a leader who brings us together not a leader that’s separating us from one group to another.” Raddatz asked, ‘Does that mean you would not support him if he was the nominee?” Kasich said, , “He won’t be the nominee. He may have 20% of the vote. 80% of Republicans don’t support him. Somebody has to call him out on this kind of divisive language its outrageous.” Kasich added, “I think he’s very divisive and I don’t believe he’ll last. I know all of the press keeps speculating on what he was going do. You said he was
Continue reading…


Trump on 9/11 Claims: ‘I’m Not Going to Take it Back’

Trump Tilt AP
Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump declared  he wasn’t going to “take it back.” during a heated exchange with host Chuck Todd over his claim thousands of American Muslims in New Jersey celebrated the Twin Towers going down on September 11, 2001,. Todd said, “Let’s go to this Jersey City comment. you said you saw this. nobody can find evidence of this. And, more importantly, the article that you tweeted out that says — that this backed you up, that in itself there were three or four different reports that month in New Jersey that said it was a myth that was spread, that it was a false rumor, FBI, you name it. where did you see this?” Trump replied, “Chuck, I saw it on television. so did many other people…in the area. I also heard Paterson. I’ve heard Jersey City, I’ve heard Patterson. It was 14 years ago but I saw it on television. I saw clips and so did many other people and many people saw in the person. I’ve had hundreds of phone calls to the Trump organization saying ‘we saw it, it was dancing in the streets.’ And, by the way, The Washington Post,
Continue reading…


Fiorina: Trump ‘Only Feels Big When He’s Trying to Make Everyone Else Look Small’

This weekend on “Fox News Sunday,” while discussing claims that one of her opponents, Donald Trump, who mocked the physical disability of a reporter while addressing whether or not Muslims in New Jersey were celebrating 9/11, Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina took a shot at the GOP front-runner. Fiorina said, “Well yes, this is the pattern, isn’t it? The pattern is he says something insulting, offensive, outrageous, the media pays attention, and then he claims we misunderstood him. The media pays attention again. This is the pattern perhaps of an entertainer, not a leader. Apparently he only feels big when he’s trying to make everyone else look small, and in the end he looks the smallest of all.” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN
Continue reading…


BBC Attacks Atheist Ex-Muslims As ‘Islamophobic’, Defends Islamists.

Atheist Ex-Muslims
The hashtag #ExMuslimBecause began trending worldwide on Twitter last week. Many of those brave enough to speak out about Islamic apostasy taboos via the hashtag risked threats, intimidation and even violence. Yet the BBC chose to defend Islamists and attack the hashtag as “hateful”, “Islamophobic” and “bad timing” due to the Paris attacks.  There are no less than thirteen Muslim majority nations on earth where apostasy and atheism are punishable by death. And in Saudi Arabia, the birthplace of Islam and Mohammed, atheists are classed are terrorists. Those lucky to escape with their lives face lashings, imprisonment and exclusion from the job market. Even ex-Muslims in the West face being disowned from their families, ostracised from their communities and even murdered by their own families in “honour killings.” “Tell us why you gave up being Muslim. Go to #ExMuslimBecause. It’s an encouraging, uplifting hashtag to read. Maybe there’s hope”, tweeted biologist and famous atheist Richard Dawkins. “#ExMuslimBecause we reject dogma, superstitions, notions of omnipotent sky tyrants, flying horses, talking snakes/ants, concept of hell etc”, tweeted the Ex-Muslim Forum, the group who started the hashtag. #ExMuslimBecause i know being a woman doesn’t make me lesser. I shouldn’t have to worship *behind* men, or
Continue reading…


Carson: ‘The Syrians Want to Be in Syria’

Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” after meeting with Syrian refugees in Jordan, Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson said it was his belief Syrian refugees there wanted to be back in Syria. Discussing what he learned, Dr. Carson said, “Well, you know, it was always wonderful to see things firsthand and to have an opportunity to actually go to the refugee camps and to some of the medical facilities. And I actually talked to the people, not only to the Jordanians who are incredibly generous in terms of their support of refugees, and that’s been the case for decades now, but also to the Syrian refugees themselves to find out what they think about the whole situation, whether their wants and desires. The Syrians want to be in Syria. They want to be repatriated in their own country. And they are looking for a mechanism to get there. But in the meantime, the facilities that have been offered to them here in Jordan are very satisfactory. When I asked them what Americans could do they said if Americans could support those facilities to a greater degree because they have much more capacity here in Jordan and I suspect in
Continue reading…


Andrea Mitchell: Trump Is ‘Lighting Fires, Turning People Against People’

Andrea Mitchell
Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” after an interview in which Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump strongly stood by his claims thousands of American Muslims celebrated on 9/11, veteran chief foreign affairs correspondent for NBC News Andrea Mitchell accused Trump of “turning people against people.” Mitchell said, “It’s not only that that didn’t happen. Two-hundred thousand Syrian refugees are coming. It’s not only that the facts are wrong, it’s that what he is saying is so emotionally and politically powerful. He is lighting fires. He is turning people against people. He is misstating the facts of what’s happening domestically, what’s happening with Muslims. The kinds of facts he is misstating are so much … incendiary.” She added, “But the fact is that Trump is posing that he can take care of people and raising people’s fears as you said it is incendiary. I think that the fact of truthfulness doesn’t matter.” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN
Continue reading…