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REDLINE || Thursday, July 23, 2015

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Thursday, July 23, 2015​

Good morning! In the news today: Kerry says its my way or the highway – to war; Obama having trouble convincing Dems; Trump threatens third party run; Social Security disability fund about to run out; $15 minimum wage backfiring; and Ottawa – Canada’s political capital and the world’s capital of adultery.

Have a great day.

Keith

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Kerry to Congress: It’s the Iran deal or war . . . Secretary of State John Kerry told a packed meeting of skeptical House lawmakers on Wednesday that a vote against the Iran nuclear deal would be a vote to “go to war,” according to members leaving the meeting. Washington Examiner

Talk about a hard sell . . . 

Obama’s Iran deal lobbying push stalls . . . President Barack Obama’s flood-the-zone strategy to sell his nuclear deal with Iran isn’t producing many immediate converts among a bloc of swing Democrats that will be critical to preserving the agreement. Politico

Cotton compares Kerry to Pontius Pilate . . . Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton blasted the White House on Thursday for its failure to immediately disclose so-called side deals between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency as part of the negotiations of the nuclear deal reached last week, comparing Secretary of State John Kerry to Pontius Pilate, the Roman judge said to have presided over the trial of Jesus Christ. Politico

GOP, pro-Israel groups step up campaign against deal . . . Top Republicans vowed Wednesday to do their utmost to scrap President Barack Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran as the biggest pro-Israel lobby prepared for an all-out campaign to pressure wary lawmakers into rejecting the agreement. Reuters

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Trump: Be nice or I might go third party . . . Donald Trump says the chances that he will launch a third-party White House run will “absolutely” increase if the Republican National Committee is unfair to him during the 2016 primary season. The Hill

Promises to change tone if elected . . . Donald Trump’s boisterous personality is fueling his campaign, but the billionaire businessman insists there is also a more dignified side to him. CNN

Video || Koffler on Newsmax TV talking about Trump . . . I was on “The Hardline” with Ed Berliner Wednesday night talking about The Donald. If you click on the link my spot is at the top of the show. Unfortunately, the Skype wasn’t working – and they used some photo of me I put on the Internet because I thought it was kind of funny! Newsmax

From vodka to golf courses, Trump outlines his billions . . . Trump claims he’s worth $10 billion, but personal financial-disclosure forms released Wednesday make that impossible to prove. USA Today

Video || Graham destroys his cell phone . . . I’d like to know what Graham’s doing with a cell phone that was probably used by Woodrow Wilson. I mean, seriously, a flip phone? White House Dossier

Trump and Clinton have been cozy for years . . . Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton may someday be competitors, but the Republican and Democratic presidential candidates have enjoyed financial and personal ties over the years. Washington Examiner

CONGRESS

Social Security disability fund to run dry . . . The 11 million Americans who receive Social Security disability face steep benefit cuts next year, the government said Wednesday, handing lawmakers a fiscal and political crisis in the middle of a presidential campaign. Associated Press

Lawmakers: Thousands of violent felons to be released . . . Thousands of dangerous federal prison inmates will be released in November as a result of the U.S. Sentencing Commission’s decision to lower federal sentencing for all drug trafficking and distribution crimes, two Republican lawmakers warned Tuesday. Daily Caller

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White House defends Planned Parenthood . . . White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest Wednesday defended Planned Parenthood in the wake of videos showing a top Planned Parenthood official callously discussing the harvesting and sale of fetal organs. Earnest said the videos were deceitful. White House Dossier

More immigration executive action on the way . . . The Obama administration is moving forward with plans to expand a waiver program that will allow additional illegal aliens to remain in the country rather than apply for legal status from abroad. Washington Free Beacon

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Claim: IRS used donor lists to target audits . . . Judicial Watch announced Wednesday that it has obtained documents from the Internal Revenue Service that confirm that the IRS used donor lists to tax-exempt organizations to target those donors for audits. Judicial Watch

DOJ to review Planned Parenthood baby part selling . . . After a week of controversy over a pair of videos showing highly placed members of Planned Parenthood bartering to sell parts of aborted babies—one even hoping to buy a Lamborghini with the profits—the Department of Justice has now announced it will look into allegations that the abortion provider is breaking the law by selling human remains for experimentation. Breitbart

Use of warrantless subpoenas on the rise . . . A legal conflict is intensifying between federal officials and civil liberties advocates defending Americans’ medical privacy rights in a case that points to the increasingly frequent use by bureaucrats of judge-less, warrant-less subpoenas. Daily Caller

Obama East Africa trip raises security concerns . . . President Barack Obama is not just heading to his father’s homeland, but to a region that’s a hotbed of terror. CNN

Obama Schedule || Thursday, July 23, 2015

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FBI Director: ISIS greater threat than Al Qaeda . . . The Islamic State terror group’s effort to inspire troubled Americans to extremism is a greater threat to the U.S. than an external attack from Al Qaeda, the FBI director said Wednesday. FBI Director James Comey told an audience at the Aspen Security Forum that the group, commonly known as ISIS, has influenced a significant number of Americans through a year-long campaign on social media urging Muslims who can’t travel to the Middle East to “kill where you are.” Fox News

DHS ignored EMP imminent disaster advice . . . The Department of Homeland Security has failed to address a single recommendation from a 2008 Critical National Infrastructures report to assess the threat of electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attacks and solar storms, according to Christopher Currie, director of homeland security and justice at the U.S. Government Accountability Office. Washington Free Beacon

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Global warming expedition on hold because of ice! . . . The CCGS Amundsen, a Medium Arctic icebreaker and Arctic research vessel operated by the Canadian Coast Guard, was to travel throughout Hudson Bay, a body of water in northeastern Canada, but was rerouted to help ships who were stuck in the icy water. Daily Caller

Illicit sex capital of the world? . . . In Ottawa, also known as the capital of Canada, one if five residents on are on Ashley Madison adulterer’s website. Reuters

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Seattle sees fallout from $15 minimum wage . . . Seattle’s $15 minimum wage law is supposed to lift workers out of poverty and move them off public assistance. But there may be a hitch in the plan. Evidence is surfacing that some workers are asking their bosses for fewer hours as their wages rise – in a bid to keep overall income down so they don’t lose public subsidies for things like food, child care and rent. Fox News

I love it. People’s new free stuff is interfering with their ability to collect their old free stuff.

Immigration from Mexico drops sharply . . . Even as immigration remains a hot topic in the U.S. presidential campaign, the number of people emigrating from Mexico to the United States, legally and illegally, has dropped sharply in recent years, research published Wednesday shows. Reuters

“Even worse” Planned Parenthood videos on the way . . . Center for Medical Progress founder David Daleiden says his group has hundreds or thousands of hours of undercover video of abortion providers that will be released in the coming weeks and months, and that some of it is “even worse” than the two videos already aired to the public. Newsmax

Russert: GOP “guilty” of war on women . . . MSNBC’s Luke Russert during a broadcast Wednesday accepted as fact that the Republicans were guilty as charged in 2012 of waging a war on women. Incredible how propaganda can stick. If you repeat “war on women” enough times, then there is a war on women. This White House understands this kind of tactic well, doesn’t it, you climate deniers out there? White House Dossier

Kate Upton helps save Uber from De Blasio . . . Kate Upton declared war on Bill de Blasio Wednesday and, about three hours later, she won. Daily Caller

 

Keith Koffler
Editor
White House Dossier

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REDLINE || Wednesday, July 22, 2015

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Wednesday, July 22, 2015​

Good morning! In the news today: Clinton trails GOP candidates in swing states; Trump gives out Graham’s cell number; Kasich says he’s running; hefty bill for Michelle Obama’s China trip; second video of Planned Parenthood discussing fetal organs emerges, provoking widespread disgust; and the Pope is losing popularity in America, particularly on the right.

Have a great day.

Keith

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Clinton trails Republicans in key swing states . . . In Colorado, Iowa and Virginia, the former secretary of state trails in hypothetical general-election matchups with three leading Republican candidates: former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker. Clinton trails Rubio in Colorado, 38 percent to 46 percent; in Iowa, 36 percent to 44 percent; and in Virginia, 41 percent to 43 percent. Matched up with Bush, Clinton trails 36 percent to 41 percent in Colorado; 36 percent to 42 percent in Iowa; and 39 percent to 42 percent in Virginia. Clinton is also behind Walker in Colorado, 38 percent to 47 percent; in Iowa, 37 percent to 45 percent; and in Virginia, 40 percent to 43 percent. Politico

Think about how bad this is for her. I mean, what kind of name recognition does Scott Walker have compared to Hillary?

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Trump gives out Graham’s cell phone number . . . Hours after South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham called Donald Trump “the world’s biggest jackass” for questioning Arizona Sen. John McCain’s “war hero” status, the real estate mogul and Republican presidential candidate responded by giving out Graham’s personal cellphone number. Yahoo News

Graham’s phone is reportedly ringing off the hook, and he’s picking up, along with helpers like the children of his friend Sen. Kelly Ayotte.

Kasich gets in, against the odds . . . Ohio Gov. John Kasich joined the Republican presidential field Monday, casting himself as a battle-tested leader and less-strident conservative that he said his party needs to win the White House. Washington Times

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O’Malley links rise of Isis to climate change . . . “One of the things that preceded the failure of the nation state of Syria, the rise of ISIS, was the effect of climate change and the mega drought the affected that region, wiped out farmers, drove people to cities, created a humanitarian crisis,” he said. “It created the symptoms – or rather the conditions – of extreme poverty that lead now to the rise of ISIL and this extreme violence.” Fox News

CONGRESS

​Families urge action on undocumented felons . . . In an emotional hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday, Jim Steinle, the father of Kathryn Steinle, told the lawmakers his daughter was the victim of a negligent bureaucracy that allowed the suspect — an undocumented Mexican national with a long criminal record — to slip through the cracks at the public’s peril. The Hill

Trump is heading to the Texas-Mexico border to get a firsthand look at the current border security situation. Trump is expected to meet with Border Patrol agents of the Laredo Sector, according to Breitbart.

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Taxpayers hit hard by Michelle Obama’s China trip . . . Judicial Watch just obtained records from the U.S. Department of the Air Force revealing that Michelle Obama’s 2014 trip to China cost American taxpayers $362,523.53 in air travel expenses alone. The first lady, her daughters, and her mother spent March 19-26 in China, in a trip highlighted by extended visits to some of the country’s most popular tourist sites. Newsmax

Under pressure, Obama lowers flags . . . President Obama has ordered flags at the White House and other public buildings to fly at half-staff after mounting criticism over the delay in honoring five armed forces members killed last week by a gunman. The Hill

Obama claims VA wait times “just a few days” . . . President Obama stunned veterans, Republican lawmakers and even talk show host Jon Stewart Tuesday by claiming his administration has reduced most veterans’ wait times for a doctor’s appointment to “just a few days,” an assertion that veterans said doesn’t match reality. Washington Times

Obama defends IRS . . . President Obama defended the IRS Tuesday in an interview with “Daily Show” host Jon Stewart, saying the tea party-targeting scandal was actually Congress‘ fault for passing “a crummy law” and that the real problem is the agency doesn’t have enough money. Washington Times

Video || Obama seems unfamiliar with name of Iran hostage

Obama Schedule || Wednesday, July 22, 2015

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Haass: Iran deal doesn’t solve nuclear problem . . . Council on Foreign Relations President Richard Haass this morning said the Iran deal not only doesn’t solve the Iranian nuclear weapons problem, but it allows Iran to put into place everything it needs to build a nuclear program. White House Dossier

Hiding something? . . . Two key documents are missing from the Iran nuclear deal submitted to Congress, and the two leaders of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee want the Obama administration to hand them over, Chairman Bob Corker said Tuesday. The documents deal with an Iranian military facility at Parchin and a side agreement Iran reached with the International Atomic Energy Agency. Washington Examiner

Anti-Iran deal rally will shut down Times Square . . . Thousands of people are expected in New York’s Times Square on Wednesday evening to protest a “bad deal” with Iran, and to urge Congress to vote down the new nuclear accord. Breitbart

Press focuses on Jihadist’s personal problems . . . He was depressed. He drank too much. He was going through a rough patch. Those are the current talking points for explaining what led Muhammad Abdulazeez to take the lives of five American servicemen in Chattanooga, Tenn. last week. Daily Caller

Army chief: We could have prevented ISIS . . . The Army’s top officer told Fox News Tuesday it’s “frustrating” to watch the gains he helped achieve in Iraq disintegrate at the hands of the Islamic State, saying in an exit interview that the chaos now unfolding “might have been prevented” had the U.S. stayed more engaged. Fox News

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Pope’s popularity plummets . . . Pope Francis is not as popular a pontiff as he used to be in the United States — especially among conservatives — according to a new Gallup survey out Wednesday. A larger share of American Catholics say they don’t have a favorable view of their church’s spiritual leader. A little more than seven in 10 (71 percent) have a favorable image of Francis, a drop of 18 percentage points from last year. The drop is even more marked among conservatives, 72 percent of which viewed him in a favorable light in 2014. This year, just 45 percent have a positive opinion of him. Politico

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Kirsten Powers: Crush Planned Parenthood . . . The problem here is not one of tone. It’s the crushing. It’s the organ harvesting of  fetuses that abortion-rights activists want us to believe have no more moral value than a fingernail. It’s the lie that these are not human beings worthy of protection. There is no nice way to talk about this. As my friend and former Obama White House staffer Michael Wear tweeted, “It should bother us as a society that we have use for aborted human organs, but not the baby that provides them.” Kirsten Powers in USA Today

Legality of fetal organ donations questioned . . . A second undercover video with a Planned Parenthood official has sharpened the focus on whether the organization is violating federal law governing the donation of fetal tissue and organs from abortions. The latest video, released Tuesday by the pro-life Center for Medical Progress as part of a three-year investigation, shows Planned Parenthood’s Dr. Mary Gatter haggling over the price of aborted fetal tissue and contemplating the use of an alternative abortion method to obtain an intact fetus. Washington Times

Spike in teen use of morning-after pill . . . More than 1 in 5 sexually active teen girls have used the morning-after pill — a dramatic increase that likely reflects that it’s easier now for teens to buy the emergency contraceptive. Fox News

Dash-cam video shows Bland’s arrest . . . A confrontation between a Texas state trooper and motorist Sandra Bland began after she expressed irritation at being pulled over July 10 for not signaling a lane change and then balked when the officer asked her to put out her cigarette, dash-camera video released Tuesday shows. Bland, 28, of Naperville, Ill., was found dead in her cell, three days after the traffic stop in Prairie View, Texas, about 50 miles northwest of Houston. USA Today

Officer shoots unarmed black man to death in Cincy . . . Cincinnati police are investigating the fatal shooting of an apparently unarmed black man by a University of Cincinnati police officer after a confrontation during a traffic stop Sunday. CNN

Gun store declared “Muslim-free zone” . . . A Muslim group is calling on the Department of Justice to investigate a Florida gun store owner after he declared his business to be a “Muslim-free zone.” Washington Times

Armadillos causing leprosy in Florida . . . Florida health and wildlife experts are warning residents to steer clear of armadillos in light of a reported spike in cases of leprosy. USA Today

Group organizes conservative ideas in on place . . . On Wednesday, the group Opportunity Lives is launching a new Solutions Center, aimed at organizing many conservative policy ideas — from the halls of Congress to the world of think tanks — in one place. Washington Examiner

 

Keith Koffler
Editor
White House Dossier

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REDLINE || Tuesday, July 21, 2015

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Good morning! In the news today: Former IAEA official says terms of inspections will help Iran cheat; Trump leads national poll, but it was mostly conducted before McCain comments; Trump half-apologizes; Tennessee gunman looks clearly to have been an Islamist; calls grow for protecting troops at home; and why Hillary better watch her Fannie.

Have a great day.

Keith

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Delay would allow Iran to cheat . . . Allowing Iran to delay inspections of suspect nuclear sites for up to 24 days will facilitate cheating by Tehran on the nuclear deal reached in Vienna, according to the former deputy director of the International Atomic Energy Agency who dealt with past Iranian nuclear cheating. Olli Heinonen, a 27-year veteran of the IAEA until 2009, also said in the past Iran had “sanitized” two suspected nuclear sites by refurbishing and repainting the locations in an effort to hide illegal uranium enrichment from inspectors. Washington Free Beacon

Bipartisan outrage as UN goes first on Iran . . . The Obama administration was forced to play defense on Monday after lawmakers in both parties criticized its decision to let the United Nations — not Congress — have the first say on the Iran nuclear deal. The Hill

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Trump tops national poll with 24 percent of vote . . . Donald Trump surged into the lead for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, with almost twice the support of his closest rival, just as he ignited a new controversy after making disparaging remarks about Sen. John McCain’s Vietnam War service, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll. Support for Trump fell sharply on the one night that voters were surveyed following those comments. Washington Post

But the fallout may have been an immediate, and possibly fleeting, reaction to the McCain remarks. I don’t think it will affect his support much because voters dig Trump’s pugnacity and there’s little love for McCain, though of course respect for his service.

Walker leading Trump in Iowa . . . Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is leading businessman Donald Trump among likely Iowa Republican voters in the latest poll released by Monmouth University on Monday, with 22 percent of the vote compared to 13 percent for Trump. Carson is third with eight percent. Newsmax

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Des Moines Register: Trump a “feckless blowhard” . . . The strongly worded editorial said “being electable is not the same as being qualified, and Trump has proven himself not only unfit to hold office, but unfit to stand on the same stage as his Republican opponents,” calling for him to get out of the race. CNN

Trump apologizes to McCain, sort of . . . “I used to like him a lot. I supported him. I raised a lot of money for his campaign against President Obama, and certainly, if there was a misunderstanding, I would totally take that back,” he said. “But hopefully, I said it correctly and certainly, shortly thereafter, I said it correctly,” Trump told O’Reilly, referring to added comments in which he said McCain was a war hero. Politico

Palin: Trump and McCain both heroes . . . “Both men have more in common than the today’s media hype would have you believe. Both blazed trails in their careers and love our great nation . . . ” Newsmax

Graham: Trump’s a “jackass” . . . “What he said about John, I think, was offensive. He’s becoming a jackass at a time when we need to have a serious debate about the future of the party and the country,” Graham said. Washington Examiner

Jeb Bush is meaner than he looks . . . If the other Bush campaigns are any guide, the gloves are about to come off. Politico

John Kasich getting in . . . The Ohio governor needs to get his name out there, and fast. Politico

He’s tough. Don’t count him out. He will have his moment too.

Judge slams State over Hillary records response . . . A federal judge is lashing out at the State Department for delaying for years in providing responses to Associated Press Freedom of Information Act requests seeking records about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s schedules and her top staffers. Politico

Hillary may need to watch her Fannie . . . Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are hurtling toward another possible taxpayer bailout, a development that could put an uncomfortable election light on the Clintons’ record of enabling the government-backed mortgage giants to engage in risky practices that led to the 2007 financial crisis. Washington Times

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Report: Obama plan would let cities annex suburbs . . . President Obama’s Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing regulation is part of a long-term effort by the Left to co-opt the suburbs into the cities and remove the perceived unfair advantages maintained by surburbanites over urban residents, according to an article in the National Review. White House Dossier

Charge: 34K combat veterans still awaiting VA benefits . . . A whistleblower has accused the Department of Veterans Affairs of intentionally violating its own policy toward combat veterans to keep thousands of applicants from receiving their healthcare benefits. Washington Examiner

Lawmakers, govs to Obama: Protect the troops . . . President Obama is set to address a major veterans’ group on Tuesday under pressure to implement a more effective strategy against attacks on U.S. forces at home by Islamic extremists, including a proposal to let troops carry arms at their bases in the United States. Washington Examiner

Feds spend $125,000 studying sexist adjectives . . . “Good” for a woman may mean something objectively less good than “good” for a man. Washington Free Beacon

Video || Obama Honors Our Oldest Veteran

Obama Schedule || Tuesday, July 21, 2015

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Video || North Korea redux . . . A sham deal that pretends it will stop a dangerous enemy from acquiring nuclear weapons? Now, where have we heard that song before? White House Dossier

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ISIS turning into a terror state with some upsides . . . The Islamic State uses terror to force obedience and frighten enemies. It has seized territory, destroyed antiquities, slaughtered minorities, forced women into sexual slavery and turned children into killers. But its officials are apparently resistant to bribes, and in that way, at least, it has outdone the corrupt Syrian and Iraqi governments it routed, residents and experts say. New York Times

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Tennessee gunman followed al Qaeda cleric . . . FBI agents have found evidence that Chattanooga shooter Mohammod Abdulazeez was following a radical American member of al Qaeda online in 2013, as well as pages of writing that showed the young man was suicidal and looking for a way to absolve what he considered were his sins, according to a representative of Abdulazeez’s family. Monday U.S. officials told ABC News that in 2013 Abdulazeez did online research for militant Islamist “guidance” on committing violence. ABC News

Calls rise for arming service members . . . The shootings last week that killed five service members has reinvigorated the debate about whether troops should be able to carry personal firearms for protection on base, with supporters saying arming service members could prevent attacks like the one in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Washington Times

Six states arm Guard . . . The U.S. military on Monday confirmed to Fox News it directed recruiting centers across the country to step up security measures in the wake of the deadly rampage at two Tennessee installations that claimed the lives of four U.S. Marines and a Navy sailor. At the same time, a handful of governors have taken steps to beef up security measures at National Guard recruitment centers.” Fox News

Poll: Court too liberal . . .  A Fox News poll finds a major shift in how voters feel about the U.S. Supreme Court, with a record number now saying it is too liberal. In addition, majorities think the justices should be term limited, and Americans should be able to vote them off the high court. Fox News

Black Confederate flag defender dies in suspicious wreck . . . A black activist who defended the Confederate Flag died Sunday when the vehicle he was driving overturned, and another black Confederate flag defender who survived the accident says the vehicle was forced off the road by a group of young black men. Breitbart

Ben Shapiro alleges battery by transgender reporter . . . Breitbart News Senior Editor-at-Large Ben Shapiro filed a police report Sunday alleging battery against transgender Inside Edition reporter Zoey Tur. Washington Times

Keith Koffler
Editor
White House Dossier

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REDLINE || Monday, July 20, 2015

Monday, July 20, 2015​ Good morning! In the news today: Obama is seeking to ban millions of Social Security recipients from owning guns; Trump doubles down on McCain; illegal immigrants flowing in under Obama; UN approves Iran deal; support for gay marriage declines after ruling; and the shark that missed. Have a great day. Keith   Obama may ban… Continue Reading

REDLINE || Wednesday, July 15, 2015​

Wednesday, July 15, 2015​ Good morning! In the news today: Iran gets its nukes, but must wait a bit; snapback? Not so fast; Levin: Kerry orders up World War III; some Dems seem skeptical; Hillary backs; GOP candidates pounce; Mideast arms race set to start; and an Auschwitz guard finally gets his due. Have a great… Continue Reading

REDLINE || Monday, July 13, 2015

​Monday, July 13, 2015​ Good morning! In the news today: Walker gets in; beefed up on policy; good at winning elections; Trump hints he won’t run as independent; Christie rises in poll; Greece deal struck; Iran deal close, but not yet; and Miss Texas looks great in a bikini and defends CEO pay! Have a great… Continue Reading

REDLINE || Friday, July 9, 2015

​Friday, July 10, 2015​ Good morning! In the news today: Iran doesn’t take the deal; Trump tops new poll; he won’t commit to backing GOP nominee; Obama immigration order imperiled; Greece caves; the Pope rebukes Bolivian leader for gift with Communist symbol; and Dems want to erase terms “husband” and “wife;” and . . .  … Continue Reading

REDLINE || Wednesday, July 9, 2015

Thursday, July 9, 2015​ Good morning! In the news today: Political correctness breaking out everywhere; judge cancels Redskins trademarks; Priebus phones Trump over immigration comments; Bush says no path to citizenship for illegals; Deadline day for Iran deal, Greek bailout; and South Carolina will take down the Confederate flag. Have a great day. Keith   Political correctness running amok… Continue Reading

REDLINE || Wednesday, June 8, 2015

Wednesday, July 8, 2015​ Good morning! In the news today: Obama is going to strike an Iran deal and there isn’t a single thing Congress can do about it except complain; Hillary: “Trust me!”; PGA hands Trump a double bogie; DOJ demanded IRS targeting records before Congress got them; Greece gets until Sunday; and Jimmy Carter… Continue Reading

REDLINE || Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Tuesday, July 7, 2015​ Good morning! In the news today: Obama’s deportation policies under fire after San Francisco murder; Trump unapologetic for comments; Gowdy to call Hillary aides; Greece faces last chance; Iran deadline slips again; and college aid raises tuition. Have a great day. Keith   Obama deportation policies blasted . . . The Democratic… Continue Reading

REDLINE || Monday, July 6, 2015

Monday, July 6, 2015​ Good morning! In the news today: Europe tries to decide what to do about Greece after Greek voters reject austerity deal; Trump divides the other GOP candidates; Hillary to do interviews; secret White House gay wedding; Kerry pretends Iran deal might not happen; and the U.S. women’s soccer team proves American… Continue Reading

REDLINE || Thursday, July 2, 2015

Thursday, July 2, 2015​ Good morning! In the news today: Fannie, Freddie chiefs to get really rich; Hilary private emails has classified info; Sandersmania continues as he fills 10K arena; labor participation rate drops again; the five ways Obama has caved to Iran; and a majority say the Confederate flag is not racist; Have a great… Continue Reading