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“…when substance did slip in, it was truly radical…”
The rallying cry is building. The Examiner editorializes today that Congress should not go on August recess until it tackles the domestic energy crisis and four other key issues. Newt Gingrich chimes in. And this from GOP House leader John Boehner earlier this morning on Fox (more info here): MEGYN KELLY: Republican Congressman and House […]
“All the law books are in English,” he said. “I can’t read English.”
Here’s a bright idea.
Where the action is.
Two can play at this game.
Bay Area abomination.
Motives. Judgment. Miracles.
The Chicago Tribune reports that veteran columnist, author, and TV commentator Robert Novak has been diagnosed with a brain tumor. He’s suspending his legendary journalistic work for the time being, but, he says, “God willing,” he’ll be back writing soon. Godspeed, Mr. Novak. Novak has had a huge influence on my career. During a college […]
They’re just like you and me!
Dingy Harry’s way. Plus: Reid decries the “rogue far right.”
Blowin’ in the wind.
“He touched me.”
Over the past year, I’ve blogged repeatedly about true maverick and civil rights pioneer Ward Connerly’s Super Tuesday for Equality campaign to end discriminatory government race/gender preferences across the country and urged you to get involved in the multi-state initiative movement (see here, here here, and here.) As I’ve mentioned to you before, Connerly and […]
Apparently, he’s not just alienating conservatives.
Deported “Al Qaeda first stringer” is holding his Ohio-born children in Yemen.
“How can you be a black woman and work on this case?”
Lies, damned lies, and Obamedia statistics.
Not-so-random violence in Norway.
When gay marriages go sour.