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FISA on the floor; housing boondoggle on hold; DeMint puts heat on Reid; Update: FISA moves forward, 80-15
9/10 vs. 9/11.
Open borders in the court. Plus: McCain and Obama to attend “National Latino Congreso.”
Bad Boy Records.
Be still my beating heart…
Chumming for votes. Plus: Why McCain disses conservatives.
“You rocked the Republican Party.”
Not enough “monny.”
It’s “slavery” all over again.
Cake all around!
Nuts. (Photo: Zombie)
Rich Lowry at NRO believes John McCain needs a new advisor such as Bill Kristol to help him focus on the “big picture” and end his constant zig-zagging on issues. With all due respect, adding another Beltway political strategist to the McCain camp isn’t going to fix an un-fixable the problem. It’s not fundamentally flawed […]
The latest twist in the still-unresolved Columbia noose case finds the university dealing with a litigious headache. Live by grievance politics, die by grievance politics. Professor Madonna Constantine, whom administrators initially rallied behind after she claimed she had been racially targeted, has now belatedly been fired after the school found her guilty of plagiarism. You’ll […]
I’ve got a bad feeling about this.
Like school in July.
This was not the fake Presidential seal that I knew.
Into the deportation abyss again.
“Don’t be selfish.”
SCOTUSblog covered the latest round of Supreme Court opinions live. Lots of links to today’s decisions here. Still waiting for a ruling in the highly anticipated Second Amendment case, D.C. v. Heller. There was some good news today for the border. The high court rejected an attempt by environmentalists to obstruct the border fence in […]