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Falling Down

Where does civilization come from? More importantly right now, where does it go when it ends? Roger Cohen at the NYT: The Great Unraveling It was the time of unraveling. Long afterward, in the ruins, people asked: How could it … Continue reading

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Fantasy Friday Open Thread

Is there any way that Obama could salvage some shreds of dignity and credibility in his final 29 months in office? We can safely assume that he will not suddenly become more competent, nor will he change ideologically. He is … Continue reading

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“Real Men” – Why Masculinity is Not a Character Defect

Judd Legume is an editor at Think Progress: Obama statement on Ray Rice a bit off-key: "Hitting a woman is not something a real man does.." "Real man" formulation pretty dated/sexist — Judd Legum (@JuddLegum) September 9, 2014 Only a Leftist … Continue reading

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Politics is Ruining Sports

Bob Costas is the most annoying fuckwit since Jar Jar Binks. Actually, he was annoying before Jar Jar too. Twitchy: Football fans anticipate Bob Costas’ first lecture of the season Thursday night NFL and I forgot about the Bob Costas … Continue reading

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The NFL’s New Domestic Violence Policy and the Law of Unintended Consequences

USA Today: NFL toughens its stance on domestic violence NFL commissioner Roger Goodell admits he was wrong on the Ray Rice decision, and Goodell took an important step Thursday towards showing the league is serious about cracking down on domestic … Continue reading

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The Limits of Power

Over at Hot Air, Noah Rothman asks a question: Do Americans really want to disengage from the world? The proliferation of crises around the globe has, for the most part, been met with a yawn from the political class. Americans, … Continue reading

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Trapped on the Not-So-Merry-Go-Round

Jazz Shaw puts his finger on the problem: The committees have apparently recruited and deployed more than 16,000 workers on the local level – primarily precinct captains and minority outreach coordinators – to make first person contact with “low propensity … Continue reading

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