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Super Duper Tuesday

Super Duper Tuesday

Update: Harry Enten, of FiveThirtyEight, sums up the confusion on the Republican side of the aisle.  Interesting analysis of the Ohio vote by Tim Carney. HRC aiming for a clean sweep.  Kasich has won Ohio, according to CNN and Fox News.  The Rubio presidential campaign, to all intents and purposes, is over.  Kasich is...
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Attack On Abidjan

Attack On Abidjan

  The latest assault by practitioners of the Religion of Peace against the civilized world occurred yesterday on a beach resort in the Ivory Coast, approximately 25 miles from the capital Abidjan. Like the Burkina Faso siege by Al-Mourabitoun and the Sousse attack of last year, the vast majority of victims bore no relation to military...
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Heckler’s Veto

Heckler’s Veto

  Most of you are probably aware of the MoveOn-inspired (stage-managed?) mob which disrupted Donald Trump’s speech at the University of Illinois at Chicago last night. In addition to wounding several officers, you can see a still image of their ultra-violence here, hurling projectiles at anti-Trump bloggers on-site, and destroying the handmade signs of...
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The Road To Nowhere

The Road To Nowhere

Update: Ex Cathedra. The obliviousness of Europe’s rulers, encapsulated in one tweet.  And the anti-European ruling class is still baffled by the popularity of Alternative for Germany. For a fascinating look at class and immigration-as well as how globalization has reshaped European politics-read Christopher Caldwell’s great essay in The Weekly Standard. Loathe though I...
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Epidemiology Out The Window

Epidemiology Out The Window

Even as the horse race aspect of this presidential election consumes ever more air-time, the current administration continues to enact immigration policies by administrative fiat which have the potential to harm scores of Americans. A case in point is its recent decision to remove some sexually transmitted infections from the list of diseases which...
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Frontier State (Sweden Without Swedes)

Ezra Levant points out, once again, the stupidity of those overseeing Europe’s migrant crisis by traveling to Malmo, one of the first cities in a post-European Europe.
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Super Tuesday News Roundup

Super Tuesday News Roundup

The most notable development leading up to today’s pivotal primaries is, of course, the raft of prominent Donald Trump endorsements, including those of former governor Jan Brewer and immigration stalwart Senator Jeff Sessions. Why the latter decided to endorse Trump rather than his Texas colleague is open to debate, although Mark Krikorian-a Cruz supporter-has...
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The Laboratory Of Bad Ideas

The Laboratory Of Bad Ideas

H.L. Mencken once wrote that “every election is an advance auction of stolen goods.” Perhaps no polity better illustrates this maxim than New York, where the wealth of taxpaying citizens is routinely plundered  in order to sate the avarice of large, concentrated blocs of voters, i.e. looters. We’ve become inured to this political cycle,...
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Executive Decisions

Executive Decisions

The White House has been relatively tight-lipped about its deliberations, re: Antonin Scalia’s replacement, but we already know that his death will irrevocably impact a host of Supreme Court cases this term. One of the most consequential-as we’ve pointed out-is United States v. Texas, which will test the novel legal concept that the President...
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The Pope vs. The United States

The Pope vs. The United States

  Update: C’mon, guys! You know that walls don’t work. Pope Francis, as you may have heard, visited the drug and violence-plagued city of Juarez yesterday. A place where hundreds of  women have fallen prey to the sadistic whims of Mexican drug cartels-often with the complicity of corrupt public institutions.  Leaving aside the loathsome...
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