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Obama's TSA Nominee Characterized Groups That Were Domestic Security
Threats as 'Anti-Abortion' and Having 'Christian Identity'
(CNSNews.com) - Erroll Southers, nominated by President Barack Obama
to head the Transportation Security Administration, described groups
that were a domestic security threat as being "anti-abortion" and
Rep. Barney Frank: Multi-Million Dollar Bonuses to Freddie, Fannie 'Too High'
(CNSNews.com) - The Obama administration recently approved base
salaries of $900,000, plus $3.1 million in deferred payments, and
another $2 million in bonuses for the CEOs of the failed mortgage
giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. When asked if tax dollars should
pay those bonuses or if they should be cancelled, the chairman of the
House Financial Services Committee, Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.), told
CNSNews.com that the bonuses were "too high" but "nothing can be done
GM, Chrysler, Fannie, Freddie Exempt from Obama's Proposed Tax on TARP
(CNSNews.com) – Even banks that have already paid back their portion
of the $700-billion federal bailout would be subject to a special tax
under a White House proposal that opponents call punitive. But the
failed and government-controlled mortgage giants Fannie Mae and
Freddie Mac would not be subject to the tax, although they also
received bailout money. President Obama blasted "obscene bonuses" on
Wall Street Thursday.
Seventy GOP Congressmen Call on Geithner to Cancel Bonuses for CEOs at
Government-Owned Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
Washington (CNSNews.com) – Seventy Republican members of Congress want
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner to cancel up to $6 million in
bonuses and deferred compensation -- approved before Christmas 2009 --
for the chief executive officers of the failed mortgage giants Fannie
Mae and Freddie Mac. "(T)here's a letter that's going to Sec. Geithner
from a number of us calling for a rescission of those bonuses," Rep.
Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) told CNSNews.com Wednesday.
NATO Commander Says Afghan's President Karzai Not Concerned About U.S.
Withdrawal in July 2011
(CNSNews.com) - NATO's top military commander for Europe, Navy Adm.
James G. Stavridis, indicated Wednesday that Afghanistan President
Hamid Karzai is not concerned about the planned U.S. troop withdrawal,
which is supposed to begin in July 2011. But other Afghan officials
expressed uneasiness about the U.S. troop withdrawal in conversations
with a U.S. congressional delegation that just visited the country.
Snapshots: Around the World in Photos
(CNSNews.com) - Included here, in no particular order, are photographs
of events near and far, most taking place on Friday, January 15, 2010.
OTHER CNSNEWS.COM HEADLINES
Obama, Democrats Make Closed-Door Deals With Labor Unions on Final
Health Care Bill
Obama Administration May Hold Terrorist's Criminal Trial in Washington, D.C.
New Hampshire Businesses Worried About Health Care, Credit
Nebraska Bill Would Tie Welfare Benefits to Drug Tests
Inflation Tame in 2009, but Consumers Are Squeezed
Haiti: Where Will All the Money Go?
U.S. Takes Charge With Troops and Rescue Aid in Chaotic, Leaderless Haiti
Aristide Says He Wants to Return to Haiti
Obama, Kennedys Join Fight for U.S. Senate Seat Once Held by Ted Kennedy
Many Obama Pledges Unkept
Threats From Al-Qaida in Yemen Prompt Stricter Airline Security
Eight U.S. Army Officers Could Face Rebuke in Ft. Hood Shooting
Prop 8 Contributes to Depression, Substance Abuse Among Homosexuals,
France Moves Closer to Banning Full Muslim Veil
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Harry Reid says Senate has time for climate bill
White House budget director blames old computers for ineffective government
FCC looks at ways to assert authority over Web access
Obama tells Dems that economy, healthcare will help in midterms
White house fires back at Limbaugh's claims on aid to Haiti
White House: Robertson's remark about 'devil pact' in Haiti 'utterly stupid'
Schumer calls Republican Scott Brown a 'far-right tea-bagger'
Virginia's Republican governor-elect plans inauguration that is low key
Thousands of high-risk kids missing 2nd H1N1 flu doses
D.C. judge: Gay marriage opponents do not have right to call for a referendum
Rising obesity prompts call for higher antibiotic doses
London mayor warns heavy tax will cause banker exodus
Houston schools move ahead on policy to fire teachers over test scores
R.I. spends less than half of $1.26 billion in stimulus help
Is A U.S. Default Inevitable?
By Patrick J. Buchanan
If taxes are off the table, Afghan war costs are inexorably rising,
cuts in Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid and entitlement programs
are politically impossible, and as pressure builds for a second
stimulus, how does the nation reduce a $1.4 trillion deficit? How does
one stop the exploding national debt from surging above 100 percent of
Phony Fruits in the Obama White House Garden
By Michelle Malkin
Hold on to your hoe. It turns out that the fruits and veggies used in
a special edition of the popular Food Network TV show "Iron Chef
America" featuring first lady Michelle Obama did not, in fact, come
from the White House garden. Could there be a more deliciously fitting
symbol of Obama White House fakery than Garden-Gate?
Europe's Decadent Education
By L. Brent Bozell III
When it comes to traditional faith and values and parental rights in
Europe, the freedom of expression flows only toward the decadent
sexual "progressives," and the stigmas blow back on any parents who
object. Consider what's happening to Lithuania.
The Square of the Distance Rule
By Rich Galen
There is a rule that states: A person's interest in an event is
reduced by the square of the distance between that person and the
event. The tragic earthquake in Haiti is an example, as is the
election here in Ukraine on Sunday and the election in Massachusetts
on Tuesday. No one in the U.S. is talking about the election in
Ukraine and no one in Ukraine has said a word about the Massachusetts
special election, even though both races, in their own ways, will have
a lasting effect on world politics.
Obama Taxes Our Patience, Among Other Things
By Ron Marr
So let me get this straight. Barack Obama wants to tax fifty big banks
to make up for a shortfall in the $700 billion dollar bailout program
authorized by George W. Bush? This, despite the fact that the majority
of banks that received an infusion of TARP funds have already paid
back the money, with interest? This move by Obama is nothing but
grandstanding. He has decided to make banks the boogeymen.
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