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The Esquire blogger is pleased that with Obama’s executive action on immigration and the shift on Cuba, “the Republicans now have two major freak-outs in their base that will do nothing except inflame the implacable Right, and thereby cripple the party's ability to reach out to the new Hispanic voters it claims it wants to attract.”

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Source: News Busters (2014-12-18 02:10:02)

In the lead editorial for Thursday’s paper, The Washington Post blasted President Barack Obama’s decision to move toward normalized relations with the communist regime in Cuba as “naive” in awarding “an undeserved bailout” and “new lease on life” to “a 50-year-old failed regime.”

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Source: News Busters (2014-12-18 03:10:02)
The U.K. air traffic services provider responsible for flight disruption across much of the country said it would suffer a financial hit from the disturbance even as the country’s regulator said a fine was unlikely. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - U.S. Business (2014-12-18 03:10:02)
Arizona's appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court failed to prevent the state from having to issue driving permits to undocumented immigrants brought into the country as children. Read More

Source: NPR News Headlines (2014-12-18 03:10:02)
The veteran Hong Kong director reflects on his two-part wartime drama, ‘The Crossing,’ and making films in China. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle (2014-12-18 00:10:01)
Dick Reynolds’ six-figure gift to Tufts will pay for a new statue of Jumbo. But rebuilding the school’s beloved P.T. Barnum stuffed elephant has been slow-going. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle (2014-12-18 00:10:01)
L.A. WEEKLY: Killing The Interview Opens Studios to Terrorist Manipulation. You know, we need to start persecuting communists again. Apparently, that’s what it takes to get Hollywood to stand up for free speech. Read More

Source: INSTAPUNDIT.COM (2014-12-18 00:10:01)
Intel, though a dominant force in computers, has lived for years as an underdog in smartphone chips. Now it has a mobile milestone to celebrate, courtesy of Lenovo Group. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Technology (2014-12-18 00:10:01)
China’s surprise decision to reverse a ban on imports of a genetically modified strain of corn may benefit distillers dried grains market. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - World News (2014-12-18 03:10:02)
The actress, who is starring in Disney’s adaptation of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s musical ‘Into the Woods,’ on improving her music skills, throwing the perfect party and the best gift she’s ever received. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle (2014-12-18 00:10:01)
Ahead of the Tape: Shares of Nike have had a terrific run, but at this point the sportswear maker might slow its pace. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Markets News (2014-12-18 01:10:01)
Heard on the Street: The ruble’s slide has sparked talk of Moscow introducing capital controls—which could worsen the crisis. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Markets News (2014-12-18 01:10:01)
The White House never briefed nor gave advance notice to the congressman who first introduced legislation that contained a key component in the Obama administration's new agenda: an end to the 50-plus years old restrictions on Americans traveling to Cuba. Read More

Source: Newsmax Insiders (2014-12-18 00:10:01)

Following the trend set when news broke early Wednesday, the major broadcast networks continued their praising of the move by President Obama to seek normalized relations with Cuba on their Wednesday night newscasts. 

Between the “big three” of ABC, CBS, and NBC, they made only a few, brief mentions over the course of their 30-minute programs that Cuba was both a communist country and brutal in the treatment of its own people (especially dissenters). 

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Source: News Busters (2014-12-18 00:10:01)
A court-martial in Nigeria sentenced 54 soldiers to death for mutiny, assault, cowardice and refusing to fight Islamist extremists. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - World News (2014-12-18 01:10:01)
When Chinese President Xi Jinping visits Macau on Friday for the 15th anniversary of its return to China, he will see a city facing flagging growth, a mainland anticorruption drive and calls to diversify its economy. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - World News (2014-12-18 01:10:01)
Eric Church's Grammy-nominated 'The Outsiders' album has gone Platinum for one million in sales. It's an accomplishment very few artists can claim in 2014. In fact, only two country artists released albums this year andhit the one million mark. Read More

Source: FOX News - Entertainment (2014-12-18 02:10:02)
"Working title: Chariots of Kimchi." Read More

Source: Twitchy (2014-12-18 01:10:01)
Sony Pictures’ struggles with hackers over the movie “The Interview” has demonstrated the movie studio’s relative independence from Sony headquarters in Tokyo. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - U.S. Business (2014-12-18 03:10:02)
"In many ways N.Korea=SJWs." Read More

Source: Twitchy (2014-12-18 01:10:01)


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