Indicted Texas Governor Perry has fingerprints, mug shot taken

AUSTIN Texas (Reuters) - Texas Governor Rick Perry, a possible Republican presidential candidate in the 2016 race, was fingerprinted and had his mug shot taken by judicial authorities on Tuesday after being indicted last week on two felony charges of abusing power.

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Liberal Outlets Creating Lynch Mob Mentalilty

Howard Kurtz, FOX News
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2016 Talk Shadows Romney in West Virginia

Adam O'Neal, RealClearPolitics
BECKLEY, W.Va. -- Mitt Romney is a notoriously punctual man. Whether it's lunch with the president, or a campaign rally in the Mountain State, the former Republican presidential nominee makes sure he’s on time. It came as no surprise, then, that Romney appeared onstage with Rep. Shelley Moore Capito (who’s running for the U.S. Senate) and two other congressional candidates at almost exactly 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, the scheduled start time for the rally. After quick remarks from state Sen. Evan Jenkins -- who is challenging Democratic Rep. Nick Rahall in a close race -- Romney took the... Read More (Opens In A New Tab)

Texas’ Perry to fight indictment, casting shadow on possible 2016 run

AUSTIN Texas (Reuters) - Texas Governor Rick Perry will vigorously fight a two-count felony indictment returned by a state grand jury last week charging him with abuse of power, his lawyers said on Monday, calling the prosecution "outrageous."
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The Rise of Progressive Oligarchy

Corbin & Parks, The Federalist
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Can Oil and Sanctimony Mix?

Debra Saunders, RealClearPolitics
When Al-Jazeera bought Current TV for $500 million in January 2013, former Vice President Al Gore, who co-founded Current, praised the deal. Both Al-Jazeera, a network owned by Qatar's oil-rich royal family, and his far-left Current TV, Gore said, were founded "to give voice to those who are not typically heard; to speak truth to power; to provide independent and diverse points of view; and to tell the stories that no one else is telling." Last week, Gore and Current TV shareholders sued Al-Jazeera for fraud because, Gore attorney David Boies told reporters, "Al-Jazeera America wants to give... Read More (Opens In A New Tab)