Monthly Archives: April 2013

I’ll Help You Pack

Guy Benson at Townhall: “Obama: Maybe I Should Just Pack Up and Go Home” Benghazi – Katie’s got you covered, but I wanted to add my two cents as well. The president plead ignorance on the explosive allegations that Benghazi … Continue reading

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A Fate Worse Than Death?

Intolerance: Half of Staff May Quit if Kochs Buy L.A. Times Breitbart: Here is a fascinating look at our open-minded, objective, unbiased, not-at-all-liberal media: At a Los Angeles Times in-house awards ceremony last week, columnist Steve Lopez addressed the elephant … Continue reading

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So Much For “The Most Open And Transparent Administration Ever”

Foxy News: Obama administration officials threatened whistle-blowers on Benghazi, lawyer says At least four career officials at the State Department and the Central Intelligence Agency have retained lawyers or are in the process of doing so, as they prepare to … Continue reading

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All He Ever Did Was Win Games

Is Tebowmania over? Tim Tebow had no impact on the field in his one-and-done season with the Jets, but the collateral damage caused by last year’s ill-conceived and misguided trade has left careers shattered — including his own, which may … Continue reading

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When All else Fails, Play The Race Card!

I knowed it was gonna happen sooner or later: Kermit Gosnell Trial: Closing Arguments Set In Abortion Doctor Murder Case During closing arguments Monday, defense attorney Jack McMahon showed photographs of a relatively neat waiting room and other areas in … Continue reading

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The Devil Is In The Details

Walter Russell Mead: Mayors: Don’t Put Matt Yglesias in Charge of Your Schools Slate columnist Matt Yglesias has harsh criticism for districting in public school systems. In most American cities, children can only attend the schools in their district, which … Continue reading

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Entropy, Civilization and the Rule of Law

Tony Blair: I think the lessons are really tough, you see, and very difficult and I think the trouble is the lessons themselves are subject to great and heated debate. My view is that in the end the whole of … Continue reading

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