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samthebutcher - Debate continues on how to go about building Quincy\'s new schools - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal
Blue HorseShoe says...Mr. McNay is the smartest guy in the room. Pay attention to what he says and how he votes.
GoQuincy - Debate continues on how to go about building Quincy\'s new schools - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal
Jeff Mays said something like with the voters passing the referendum to build the schools the voters also showed they put their faith and trust in the school board to make decisions and do what is right.. Uh lets not get carried away Mr. Mays. I didn't see that on the ballot and I think the public still has concerns!
FUmigraine_in_qcyCK - Adams Co. State\'s Attorney explains decision not to prosecute alleged dog killer - Quincy, IL News
I love migraine (clap, clap, clap, clap, clap) I love migraine (clap, clap, clap, clap, clap) Does this cheer (based on 'let's go Devils' give you a headache)
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Sounds like something a bitter woman would do because her man left her for someone actually having a job and prospects and not being negligent to her children. When the alleged near car collision fails, they just end up claiming rape or domestic abuse, and because of VAWA and the fact that they are women, 'THEY ARE ALWAYS RIGHT' ! Go girl power. Thank you feminist dems! You make the rocking…
FUmigraine_in_qcyCK - Drug and weapons arrest made at 30th and State - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Haha. Christian. Muslim. Rastafarian. Scientologist. Mormon. Ham sandwich. Jewish. Sex. Jedi. All the same=hopelessly, incorrigibly, DELUSIONAL!

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‘Hands Up, Don't Shoot’: An Ignoble Lie for the Ages

7 hours, 17 minutes ago by Daniel J. Flynn

We never met Michael Brown. Meeting the people who knew him makes us feel as though we had and yet relieved that we hadn’t.Brown’s mother, 34-year-old Leslie McSpadden, allegedly led a party of twenty-to-thirty people who bum-rushed Michael Brown’s paternal step-grandmother in October for unauthorized…
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Me & Thornberry Annoy an Australian Leftist on Ferguson

1 day ago by Aaron Goldstein

Larry Thornberry and I have both annoyed an Australian leftist academic with our respective commentary on the events in Ferguson.  Binoy Kampmark, who teaches at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, wrote a piece "analyzing" conservative commentary in the wake of the grand jury's decision not…
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A Ferguson Thanksgiving

1 day, 10 hours ago by Ben Stein

ThursdayThanksgiving Day. Here I am in beautiful downtown Greenville, South Carolina. The sky is speckled with clouds and the town is beautiful, It has been a terrible few days. Two days ago was my 70th birthday, and wow, was I sick. Food poisoning? Intestinal flu? Who knows but it was HORRIBLE.Plus,…
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A Ferguson Thanksgiving

1 day, 10 hours ago by Ben Stein

ThursdayThanksgiving Day. Here I am in beautiful downtown Greenville, South Carolina. The sky is speckled with clouds and the town is beautiful, It has been a terrible few days. Two days ago was my 70th birthday, and wow, was I sick. Food poisoning? Intestinal flu? Who knows but it was HORRIBLE.Plus,…
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NY Times Sees Fit to Print Darren Wilson's Address

1 day, 9 hours ago by Aaron Goldstein

I just read Howard Kurtz's piece at FNC decrying the New York Times decision to print Darren Wilson's address. Kurtz doesn't conclude the NYT did this intentionally, but that they owe Wilson an apology.  An apology is the tip of the iceberg. You cannot tell me this wasn't done on purpose. Just like when…
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3,415 Regulations Announced Ahead of Thanksgiving Weekend

2 days, 10 hours ago by Emily Zanotti

While you're chatting drunkenly about Obamacare over your Thanksgiving turkey, the Obama Administration will be working overtime to make sure the 3,415 regulations they've plotted on their calendar go into effect,, since for the second year in a row, they're socking you with the details of a massive…
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Schumer's Obamacare Mea Culpa & What It Means for 2016

1 day, 22 hours ago by Aaron Goldstein

There was nothing genuine about Chuck Schumer's mea culpa on Obamacare yesterday. Then again there is nothing genuine about Chuck Schumer except that he genuinely wants to become the next Senate Majority Leader. During a speech yesterday to the National Press Club, Schumer said that reforming health…
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Whither Jerry Brown’s Flotation?

2 days, 7 hours ago by Peter Hannaford

California’s Governor Jerry Brown floated to victory on Election Day. This will be his fourth term (his second as the state’s oldest Governor; his first two were as its youngest). “Floated” is the right word. He gave no campaign speeches, barely any comments about the campaign, and ran no ads. In four…
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Nick Drake: The van Gogh of Music

2 days, 7 hours ago by Aaron Goldstein

Vincent van Gogh is one of the most renowned painters in the history of the world. His paintings are worth tens of millions of dollars. Unfortunately for van Gogh he would never live to see this good fortune. His renown would come only after his death by suicide. The life of van Gogh was one of full…
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A Culture of Lies

2 days, 7 hours ago by George Neumayr

The hucksters who falsely accused Darren Wilson of a racially motivated “killing” won’t face justice, even though they have ruined his life and inspired monstrous race riots. The media should treat them as permanently discredited, but of course it won’t. Outlets will continue to give them platforms from…
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How Sovereign Patent Trolls Threaten Free Trade

2 days, 7 hours ago by Donald Rieck, Wayne Winegarden

The U.S. is participating in two trade agreement negotiations that, if successfully concluded, will meaningfully improve our nation’s economic future. The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) would create a trade agreement amongst Pacific Rim countries including the U.S., Japan, Canada, Australia, and Mexico.…
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Spencer Tracy at Plymouth Rock

2 days, 7 hours ago by Mark Tooley

Plymouth Adventure, a 1952 film with Spencer Tracy and Gene Tierney, is not a great movie. But as the story of the Pilgrims’ passage on the Mayflower it appears every season around Thanksgiving. It’s melodramatic and somewhat dated but still warmly moving and instructive. Tracy, true to his own real-life…
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The Joy of Sex Is Over

2 days, 7 hours ago by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.

So this is how the Sexual Revolution is ending. It is not ending with the Sexual Utopians of yesteryear shouting “Oh Joy” and extolling the therapeutic orgasm, which was to bring happiness to Americans from every walk of life. It is ending with gangs of angry women—some well into their seventies, some…
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In the Time We Have Left

2 days, 7 hours ago by Ben Stein

TuesdayThis cannot be happening. Just can’t be. I am in my condo at the Shoreham Towers getting my toenails cut by my manicurist, Mickey, a beautiful but not young woman. I am too old and my eyesight is too poor to really see my toenails well enough to clip them.I switched on my TV, to Fox News. There…
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Obama, "A More Representative Police Force" & The First 48

3 days, 1 hour ago by Aaron Goldstein

President Obama has now twice made remarks concerning the grand jury verdict in Ferguson, Missouri. He first made remarks last night at the White House and again earlier this evening during a speech in Chicago concerning immigration. On both occasions, Obama has spoken about having "more representative…
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Prepare for Thanksgiving: How to Head Off Your Liberal Relatives

3 days, 6 hours ago by Emily Zanotti

Look, I think the last thing you should talk about at Thanksgiving is politics. There's too much food, too much alcohol, too much football-related disappointment, and generally, far too many relatives you'd rather not see let alone be related to by blood. But in anticipation of the dinner table conversation…
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The New Republic Cries Racism in Ferguson

3 days, 7 hours ago by Aaron Goldstein

Liberals are crying racism concerning the grand jury's verdict in Ferguson. Case in point: Danny Vinik of The New Republic: The evidence itself—and the entire criminal justice system—have lost credibility in their eyes. Due to years of racist policies, Ferguson residents have lost all faith that the…
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The Real Victim in Ferguson

3 days, 9 hours ago by Larry Thornberry

Nobody else will say it, so I will.The evidence is clear as spring water. Michael Brown orchestrated the circumstances of his own death. He has no claim on our sympathy. He was not a victim.Brown attacked and attempted to kill or do great bodily harm to a police officer who stopped him in relation to…
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A Silver Lining in Ferguson

2 days, 22 hours ago by Aaron Goldstein

Despite the fire, spraying of bullets, looting and general mayhem last night in Ferguson following the grand jury's decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson, the silver lining in all of this is no one died. That might not be of much comfort to those who had their property damaged or destroyed, but…
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Convenience Store Michael Brown Allegedly Robbed Was Looted Last Night

2 days, 23 hours ago by Emily Zanotti

Last night, I tried to stay off social media, but felt the urge to Tweet about how looting and destroying local businesses does nothing to harm corporations, the police, or the legal system, but it does harm community members who are working hard to put food on the table for themselves.No matter how…
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