Monthly Archives: January 2015

Super Bowl Eve Open Thread

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I’m Already Getting Sick Of This Shit

Headline stories, in descending order of importance: Katy Perry Confirms ‘Mean Girls’ Tweet was Aimed at Taylor Swift Katy Perry is finally copping to that cryptic Mean Girls tweet she sent out that everyone assumed was about Taylor Swift. Turns … Continue reading

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Friday Night DVD and Beer Open Thread

I slept all morning and I’ve been on the go ever since. I made two trips to the recycling place, one trip to the supermarket, a trip to the local hospital to pick up a patient and take her home, … Continue reading

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Cruzin’ with Ted: Loretta Lynch Edition

Infamous Texas crazypants Senator Ted Cruz asks questions of Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch: With regard to the limits of executive power, Sen. Cruz asked, “Let me ask about your understanding of prosecutorial discretion. Would it allow a subsequent president… … Continue reading

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“Get out of here, you low-life scum!”

Your Thursday moment of Zen: Code Pink staged a protest in a Senate Armed Services committee hearing, chanting that Henry Kissinger needed to be arrested for war crimes. When peace was finally being restored and one of the protesters kept … Continue reading

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Palinpalooza 2015

They just can’t quit her. Mark Hemingway at The Weakly Standard: In Defense of Sarah Palin Matt Lewis has a column today over at the Daily Beast headlined, “You Betcha I Was Wrong About Sarah Palin: It’s time to admit … Continue reading

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Another Small Step

WaPo: Mormon church announces support for legal protections for gay people After years of behind-the-scenes meetings between LGBT advocates and top Mormon leaders, church officials Tuesday announced for the first time general support for legislation to protect LGBT people in … Continue reading

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