Posts Tagged ‘ Wall Street Journal ’

Mayoral Press Conference (Chelsea Explosion)

Mayoral Press Conference (Chelsea Explosion)

Update: FBI detains 5 in connection to the Chelsea bombing.  Surveillance video of the moment of the explosion and its immediate aftermath.  An interview with Councilman Corey Johnson, who represents the district targeted in this attack. 
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Hillary Skates (Post-Comey Presser Web Roundup)

Hillary Skates (Post-Comey Presser Web Roundup)

Update: Jill Stein, Green Party standard-bearer, drops a pipe bomb.  The plot thickens.  A Clinton supporter explains what’s wrong with this decision.  A less than enthusiastic appraisal of Hillary’s problems by a liberal columnist in D.C.  Spic ‘n’ Span.  He said, she said.  Relevant. One of the most remarkable admissions during this press conference was...
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Whither The Right?

Whither The Right?

Correction: As the commenter below points out, Jason Richwine is a regular contributor to National Review Online. We regret the error.  One of the benefits of the Trump campaign, regardless of one’s thoughts on the merits of a Trump presidency, is its exposure of the conservative establishment. The irony of an undisciplined and at...
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The Great Crime (Rally For Justice This Sunday)

The Great Crime (Rally For Justice This Sunday)

Turkey’s historic brutality towards ethnic and religious minorities, particularly what was once a thriving, prosperous Armenian Christian community, is well known throughout the West. The notion that rational individuals with a basic historic awareness would be persuaded to accept Turkish revisionism and holocaust denial is absurd.  
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Ted Cruz Hits The Big Apple (GMA Town Hall)

Ted Cruz Hits The Big Apple (GMA Town Hall)

I had the dubious honor of being invited to participate in Good Morning America’s first presidential town hall Monday morning, featuring Senator Cruz and his wife Heidi. Although I did not learn anything new, the experience did reaffirm some preexisting beliefs about both the news media-particularly, the way it frames narratives-as well as Ted...
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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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Swedish Hospitality

Swedish Hospitality

Aside from Germany, there is no nation in Europe which has had to cope with a larger share of refugees than Sweden. Apparently, the socialist government-whose popularity has hit a record low due to its inept handling of this crisis-has finally decided to admit that this constitutes a serious problem. To that end, Interior...
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No Mas

No Mas

This must displease those at the editorial board of the paper which commissioned this poll, but facts are stubborn things. It turns out that the majority of Americans do not want to be inundated with Muslim refugees from Syria. Perhaps these respondents have noticed the way  these uninvited guests have caused previously thriving European...
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Woman of the Year?

Woman of the Year?

  She has yet to capture the Nobel her acolytes undoubtedly seek, but Mama Merkel has won another award from the legacy media. This time, being named Time Magazine’s Person of the Year. One of my Twitter followers made an astute speculation yesterday that this might be part of a concerted effort to smooth...
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Je Suis Geller

Je Suis Geller

Update: The incomparable Mark Steyn has returned with a brilliant column laying out the stakes.  At the risk of self-plagiarism, I’ll repeat a status update I posted the other day to my Facebook profile in relation to the attempted massacre of innocent Americans taking part in a Constitutionally protected assembly earlier this week in...
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