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The climate change wackos will do anything to scare people into believing the hoax of global warming, climate change, climate distortion or whatever they call it now days, even naming snow storms and thunder storms. They're a nutty bunch.
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And this is just the beginning....
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Thats such BS! Unions are the greatest! Just look at Detroit.
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It's always amusing to see an article like this one from the Strawman bring the two website champions of the leftwing out of hiding to spread their name-calling and goofy "philosophy". And their lame attempts at liberal humor......just precious. It would actually be comical if not for the fact these two aren't the only ones out there in that group made up of Obama's welfare army,…
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But the implications aren't just for Chancelors of Universities. This would have to legally apply to every government job which would certainly impact applications and it will also surely result in some hires being second guessed and place a cloud over the incoming person selected. The public is not going to be privy to the reasons candidates are not selected and yet eventually some candidate…

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Scott Walker Tops Iowa Poll

7 hours, 44 minutes ago by Aaron Goldstein

One year from today the Iowa Caucus takes place.  According to a new poll conducted by the Des Moines Register and Bloomberg, Scott Walker leads GOP hopefuls wih 15% narrowly leading Rand Paul. Mitt Romney, who announced on Friday that he would not be running in 2016, finished third in the poll It just…
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Get Well Soon Michael Medved

8 hours ago by Aaron Goldstein

On Friday, Michael Medved announced he was taking a leave of absence from his radio program revealing that he was undergoing treatment for throat cancer. Medved, 66, was diagnosed in December and expects to complete his treatments at the end of February.  Here's hoping for a speedy recovery and a swift…
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Did You Know Ernie Banks Was a Republican?

8 hours, 10 minutes ago by Aaron Goldstein

On Saturday, I watched Ernie Banks' funeral on the MLB Network. Among those who spoke were Hall of Fame teammates Billy Williams, Ferguson Jenkins and Lou Brock (who began his career as a Cub) as well as newly elected Illinois GOP Governor Bruce Rauner and Jesse Jackson. Then there was Chicago businessman…
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Disgracefully Betrayed by Robert Kagan

21 hours, 2 minutes ago by Esther Goldberg

Many on the right will have shared my shock and astonishment at Robert Kagan’s advice to Bibi Netanyahu to “Bow Out Gracefully” (from addressing Congress) displayed prominently on the opinion page of Friday’s Washington Post.Robert never displayed the breath-taking scope of scholarship and depth of thought…
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Super Bowls and the Super Rich: A Tale of Two Cities

1 day, 21 hours ago by Andrew B. Wilson

On this Super Bowl weekend, let us pause to consider a stunning example of how games and stadiums were financed in the distant past.In ancient Athens, the richest citizens often paid for gymnasiums and the staging of athletic events. They also paid for roads, bridges, and theaters, and, in times of peril,…
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If The Taliban Attack on American Civilians at Kabul Airport Isn't Terrorism Then What Is It?

2 days, 3 hours ago by Aaron Goldstein

In the space of 48 hours, the Obama Administration has gone from saying the Taliban isn't a terrorist organization to refusing to call its attack on the Kabul Airport which killed three American civilian contractors an act of terrorism. State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki told reporters today, "Obviously…
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Romney's Decision Not To Run Is For The Best

2 days, 8 hours ago by Aaron Goldstein

When Jeb Bush flew to Utah to meet with Mitt Romney a little over a week ago, I didn't think Romney would end up bowing out of the race despite Bush's efforts to persuade him. But when Romney's top donors and one of his top advisers defected to Bush, I guess Romney got the message. Truth be told, the…
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Rod McKuen, R.I.P.

1 day, 21 hours ago by Aaron Goldstein

I am saddened to report that singer-songwriter and poet Rod McKuen passed away yesterday of complications of pneumonia. He was 81. Despite little formal education, McKuen would become a renowned songwriter and producer before eventually turning his attention to poetry. McKuen is responsible for translating…
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Romney Will Not Run in 2016

1 day, 21 hours ago by Emily Zanotti

Mitt Romney has announced that he will not seek the Republican party's nomination a third time. Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney will not run for president in 2016.Three weeks after unexpectedly saying he was considering a third campaign for the White House, the former Massachusetts…
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The Copycat Culture

2 days, 8 hours ago by Daniel J. Flynn

Sam Smith backed down.The current Rolling Stone coverboy agreed that his testosterone-free #2 hit “Stay with Me” sounded enough like Tom Petty’s #12 charting “I Won’t Back Down” to give the frontman of the Heartbreakers and collaborator Jeff Lynne songwriting credit. Smith’s camp claims his youth and…
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Condolence Diplomacy and American Respect

2 days, 8 hours ago by Roger Kaplan

It is nice to see Michelle Obama sticking up for women’s rights in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The First Lady, accompanying her husband on a condolence call at the Saud’s for the lately departed King Abdullah, wore a decidedly unorthodox outfit, by the standards of the Wahhabi religious branch of Islam which…
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The Hiss Conviction Turns 65

2 days, 8 hours ago by Ron Capshaw

Sixty-five years ago last week, Alger Hiss—the protégé of Oliver Wendell Holmes, a rising star in the State Department, and a Soviet agent code-named “Ales”—was convicted of perjury for denying any involvement in Soviet espionage. This should have forever closed the case. For, as Sam Tanenhaus, the biographer…
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Decoding the Left

2 days, 8 hours ago by Matt Purple

IRS records will note that as a child I was the founder of two clubs, the first of which was an acronym of friends’ first names and the second of which was called the Junior Killers, later changed to Junior Spies after an intervention from an agitated Mrs. Purple. Half the point of these secret societies,…
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Drift and Delusion at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue

2 days, 8 hours ago by Stephen Blank

Listening to the President’s State of the Union address last week, you might have come away convinced that, at least in the field of foreign policy, everything is coming up roses. Yet a look at the real world provides a jarring contrast to the complacency and unrealism of that speech—and of the Obama…
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Drift and Delusion at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue

2 days, 8 hours ago by Stephen Blank

Listening to the President’s State of the Union address last week, you might have come away convinced that, at least in the field of foreign policy, everything is coming up roses. Yet a look at the real world provides a jarring contrast to the complacency and unrealism of that speech—and of the Obama…
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Webster's Dictionary Deletes the Word 'Literally,' Blames Joe Biden

2 days, 8 hours ago by Meadow Twizzletwix

NEW YORK— The editors at Merriam-Webster have confirmed that "literally" will no longer appear in future editions of the company's family of dictionaries, saying that the word has been so abused by Vice President Joe Biden that it must now be "extirpated from the language and smited into the black oblivion.""Our…
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Webster's Dictionary Deletes the Word 'Literally,' Blames Joe Biden

2 days, 8 hours ago by Meadow Twizzletwix

NEW YORK— The editors at Merriam-Webster have confirmed that "literally" will no longer appear in future editions of the company's family of dictionaries, saying that the word has been so abused by Vice President Joe Biden that it must now be "extirpated from the language and smited into the black oblivion.""Our…
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Kerry Fined for Not Shoveling Sidewalk

2 days, 21 hours ago by Aaron Goldstein

Secretary of State John Kerry has been fined by the City of Boston for not clearing the sidewalk in front of his Beacon Hill home from this week's snowstorm. This shouldn't come as a surprise. What with Kerry telling us last week that Islam doesn't motivate Muslim terrorists and comparing the plight…
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How's That Bergdahl-Taliban Five Trading Working Out?

3 days ago by Aaron Goldstein

While the Pentagon can't seem to make up its mind over whether to charge Bowe Bergdahl with desertion, at least one member of the Taliban Five has made his decision - he wants to rejoin the Taliban in Afghanistan. To the shock of no one outside of the Obama Administration, this is turning into the worst…
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Scott Walker Now Masterfully Trolling Wisconsin's College Professors

3 days, 8 hours ago by Emily Zanotti

There is no love lost between myself and Wisconsin. Honestly, between the Green Bay Packers and the fact that I get a speeding ticket every time I cross the state line, I find Wisconsin to be one of those states that are just better left alone (see also: Ohio). But while I might lack respect for his…
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