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Gray Lady Down

Gray Lady Down

On the eve of the first town hall presidential debate, it’s worth noting that the executive editor of the New York Times probably suborned a federal crime.
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Pence v. Kaine

Alas, I wasn’t able to watch Tuesday’s VP face-0ff. Thankfully, we can all view the debate in its entirety-including Tim Kaine’s numerous interruptions-thanks to the Internet. When Hillary selected her running-mate, most analysts were perplexed. Aside from giving her an advantage in the purplish swing state of Virginia, there didn’t seem to be much...
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The Daily Rattle (Presidential Edition)

The Daily Rattle (Presidential Edition)

A couple of news items before tonight’s VP debate: -The Department of Homeland Security has scotched an investigation into the Clinton family’s bagman, Governor Terry McAuliffe, as well as Hillary’s younger brother, ex repo man/current parasite Tony Rodham. Both men were involved in a scheme to fast-track visa applications under the E-5 investor visa...
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The Free Thought Project

The Free Thought Project

  Today sees an extremely important referendum take place in Hungary, one of several nations in the Central European bloc committed to maintaining its traditional European character. Earlier this year, Brenda Walker wrote a fantastic summary of what’s at stake in this vote, including in her piece a transcript of the speech Prime Minister...
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Parting Thoughts On The First Debate

Parting Thoughts On The First Debate

Just to give you a rough summary of what I thought of the first debate, here are a few rather lengthy observations: Donald Trump dominated the first 20 minutes to half hour of the encounter. Focusing primarily upon trade, the one public policy he’s immersed himself in-and has a mastery of-played to his strong...
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Scandalous Behavior

Scandalous Behavior

While the scrupulously impartial moderator of Monday’s presidential debate didn’t see fit to ask a single question about one candidate’s wanton disregard for the law, though she herself alluded to it obliquely, Judicial Watch is not in the habit of playing favorites. Criminality is criminality, even when the Director of the FBI refuses to...
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Trump vs. Clinton (Additional Thoughts)

Trump vs. Clinton (Additional Thoughts)

You can read my live-tweet of last night’s festivities here. Coming home, I inadvertently came upon a conversation among attendees of the Hofstra debate which briefly boosted my faith in the electorate. The multicultural crowd of Hillary supporters discussed a number of topics and made several points Trump backers would probably agree with, including...
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The Great Debate

The Great Debate

Update: Brilliant pre-debate analysis by James Taranto.  Josh Marshall makes a salient point, re: Trump’s greatest handicap entering tonight’s debate. Personally, I tend to agree with Derb. Most voters will overlook an ignorance of policy details-see Aleppogate-if they have confidence in a candidate’s leadership abilities. That said, Trump does have to exhibit some minimal...
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Taste The Rainbow

Taste The Rainbow

Although overshadowed by your regularly scheduled terror attacks, as well as pre-debate effluvia, the media’s attempt to turn Donald Trump Jr.’s recent tweet into a cause célèbre for smug leftists is worth examining in detail.  While some right wing pundits pointed out the similarity between his Skittles metaphor and a feminist-inspired meme involving a different chewy...
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The Decline of Western Civilization

One of the most remarkable aspects of the Charlotte riots-and despite media social conditioning, that’s precisely what they are-is how unsurprising this reaction is. Whether it’s a clear cut case of police brutality/excessive force against an innocent civilian, or an example of a law enforcement officer defending his life in the face of lethal...
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