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Quipping "INSTAPUNDIT: Bringing America together!," Glenn Reynolds highlights a couple conservative blogs that thank him for linking to a post by lefty firebrand Jane Hamsher.GayPatriot said he'd been permanently avoiding reading Jane's blog (FireDogLake), and Glenn's post led him to something he...
The problem of seeing a problem: "One-fifth of all men in their prime working ages are not getting up and going to work."
David Brooks called this statistic to our attention, and people are talking about it, but mainly in the context of objecting to Brooks's call for "a broad menu of" government programs. I want to question the blind leap from statistic to assumption that there is a problem. The "prime working...
"We hold the American President (Barack) Obama legally responsible to clarify the fate of our father, Osama bin Laden..."
"... for it is unacceptable, humanely and religiously, to dispose of a person with such importance and status among his people, by throwing his body into the sea in that way, which demeans and humiliates his family and his supporters and which challenges religious provisions and feelings of...
Illinois Democratic Rep. Jan Schakowsky tries, embarrassingly, to say what Chris Matthews wants her to say...
... and comes out with 2 idiotically phrased comments: 1. Trying to criticize Republicans for wanting to see the photos of dead bin Laden, she unwittingly refers to the killing as "murder." 2. Having just portrayed Republicans who want to see the photos as somehow engaging in "chest-thumping,"...
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The view from my office window this afternoon. It was a solid downpour, with many flashes of lightning. And yet...blog advertising blog advertising
"Do you remember how the news media warned Bush how they would go after him if he even dared to mention 9/11 in any of his campaign speeches or ads?"
"Do you remember those admonitions? Do you hear any similar admonitions against President Obama as he runs around and practically campaigns with the corpse?" It's Rush Limbaugh on his show today: ... ladies and gentlemen, our brave young president has added his heroic killing of Bin Laden to...
... after he dug a 7-foot deep hole and — as a joke — jumped into it. It took 60 rescue workers to dig him out. ADDED: Reminds me of the Beckett play: blog advertising blog advertising
BBC tries to explain those strange Americans. Americans use their cars more, so the pain is greater. They have, on average, a longer daily commute than all Europeans, except Hungarians and Romanians. Public transport is generally poor so many Americans have no alternative but to drive. But there...
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