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Thankful Nation: What Are You #Thankful For? Tell Us Right Here!


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Ronald Reagan's 1985 Thanksgiving Speech


FOX News Insider:   Here is a transcript of President Ronald Reagan's 1985 Thanksgiving address, in which he called on the country to celebrate American liberty: "Good morning, everyone.

Observing Thanksgiving in a Divided Nation


By: Stephen Carter (Wilmington News-Journal) This year, Thanksgiving Day falls in the midst of turbulence: anger and grief and division at home, worry about threats from abroad.

Money Pours in for Single Mom's Damaged Ferguson Bakery


FOX News Insider: Watch the latest video at FoxNews.com There has been an overwhelming outpouring of support for a single mother whose bakery was damaged in the Ferguson protests.

Col. North: Thankful That 'Semper Fidelis' is More Than a Slogan


By: Lt. Col. Oliver North [Ret.] Narnia Farm, Clarke County, Va. –  For what am I thankful? Herewith, in chronological order, that for which I am most grateful: I’m thankful the Good Lord decided I would be born in the United States of America, a son of the Greatest Generation; in this place blessed with bounty beyond measure; a fruitful land with resources and opportunities too vast to quantify.

Obama ‘Puzzled’ By Turkey Pardon Tradition


CNN: President Barack Obama pardoned the national Thanksgiving turkey with a smile on Wednesday, but he admitted before saving the bird from it's likely demise that he found the decades-old tradition somewhat "puzzling." "It is a little puzzling that I do this every year, but I will say that I enjoy it because with all the tough stuff that swirls around in this office it's nice once in a while just to say, 'Happy Thanksgiving,'" he said.

Martin Luther King III: My Father Would Be ‘Greatly Disappointed’ in Ferguson Violence


By: Daniel Nussbaum (Breitbart) Wednesday on CNN Today, Martin Luther King III, the son of Martin Luther King Jr., told hosts Amara Walker and Michael Holmes that the violence that erupted in Ferguson in the wake of the grand jury’s decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown is not what his father would have wanted.

Obama Pardons 'Cheese' The Turkey

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Brown Family Responds to 'Burn This B---h Down!' Video


Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy Scott Stump, TODAY contributor Lesley McSpadden, the mother of slain Ferguson teenager Michael Brown, says the first public comments from police officer Darren Wilson added "insult after injury," following a grand jury's decision not to indict the officer in the teen's death.

Joe Biden 'Ticked Off' With Obama Handling Of Chuck Hagel Firing


By Douglas Ernst - The Washington Times Vice President Joseph R. Biden is reportedly “ticked off” with the way Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel’s resignation was handled by the White House.

Fiery Exchange: Hannity Vs Brown Family Attorney


Watch the latest video at FoxNews.com FOX NEWS INSIDER Sean Hannity took on Brown family attorney Daryl Parks tonight over evidence presented to a grand jury in the Ferguson case.

Thankful Nation: What Are You #Thankful For? Tell Us Right Here!


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Why Obama Was So Impotent as Ferguson Erupted


By Paul Waldman, Washington Post Seldom in Barack Obama’s presidency has he looked quite so impotent as he did last night, pleading from a podium in the White House for calm while the cable news split screens showed clouds of tear gas enveloping the streets of Ferguson, Missouri.

Turkeys: The Worst of the Democrats in 2014


By David Rutz, Washington Free Beacon The Democratic Party had a really bad 2013. Somehow, it got worse.

Obama to Immigration Hecklers: Doesn’t Make Much Sense to Yell at Me Now


    By Josh Feldman, Mediaite.com President Obama betrayed a little frustration Tuesday when he got hecklers during an immigation speech and told them they really shouldn’t be yelling at him after he announced action to fix the immigration system.

Black Voters for Obama Get Nothing But Disrespect ...


By David Keene - The Washington Times President Obama discounted November’s election results because turnout is lower in midterm than in presidential elections, but there is reason to believe that his treatment of his base contributed to the decision of many Democrats to not bother going to the polls in what everyone recognized as a crucial election.

ObamaCare Offers Firms $3,000 Incentive to Hire Illegals Over Native-Born Workers


By Stephen Dinan - The Washington Times Under the president’s new amnesty, businesses will have a $3,000-per-employee incentive to hire illegal immigrants over native-born workers because of a quirk of Obamacare.

Hannity, Guests Tear Into NY Times for Putting Out Darren Wilson's Address


  By Josh Feldman, Mediaite.com A New York Times report on Officer Darren Wilson ran information about his address, and needless to say the conservative media was pissed.

Mark Levin: It's Time for Us to Speak Up in Defense of Officer Wilson – 'He's Owed an Apology'


Mark Levin opened his show tonight with his thoughts on Ferguson, saying among other things that Officer Darren Wilson is owed an apology.

Obama Admits: ‘I Just Took Action to Change the Law’


By: Daniel Halper (Weekly Standard)   The White House has argued that President Obama's executive amnesty order last week was made well within the existing law.


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