Hail Mary in Michigan

20 Oct 2014, 4:00 am

GRAND RAPIDS, MI—There are thousands of people in the parking lot and red foliage on the trees. The rain that blanketed west Michigan all week has let up. It’s a perfect backdrop for a campaign event as long as you ignore the drunk couple fighting in front of the port-a-potties. Michiga

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The New York Times report of October 14 should have been bigger news. Big enough to reshape the entire history of the Iraq war that toppled Saddam Hussein at the cost of more than 3,500 American lives and $1 trillion. So far, in the midst of the Ebola crisis, another Iraq war, and so much more, it

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20 Oct 2014, 3:00 am

The folks at Media Matters for America are angry at the press. In a sublimely ironic post, Eric Boehlert fumes, “As Republicans seek to gain a partisan advantage by ginning up fear about the Ebola virus… they’re getting a major assist from the news media.” Boehlert believes

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The American Spectator

Those Chemical Weapons: An Iraq War Embed’s Experience

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20 Oct 2014, 3:00 am

The folks at Media Matters for America are angry at the press. In a sublimely ironic post, Eric Boehlert fumes, “As Republicans seek to gain a partisan advantage by ginning up fear about the Ebola virus… they’re getting a major assist from the news media.” Boehlert believes

The Federalist

New Ebola Czar Ron Klain Is A Long-Time Lobbyist, Democratic Operative

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The World Health Organization just announced that Senegal has "ended Ebola transmission" within its borders. The country instituted a travel ban in August.
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The world lied to me. I never knew motherhood would be so crazy and so good.

The Washington Free Beacon

Hail Mary in Michigan

GRAND RAPIDS, MI—There are thousands of people in the parking lot and red foliage on the trees. The rain that blanketed west Michigan all week has let up. It’s a perfect backdrop for a campaign event as long as you ignore the drunk couple fighting in front of the port-a-potties. Michiga

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Many attendees of an Obama campaign rally headed for the exits shortly after the president began speaking Sunday evening.
The campaign of Illinois gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner (R) is asking the Chicago Sun-Times to disclose that one of its political reporters is married to a Democratic consultant with ties to incumbent Democrat Pat Quinn.

Big Government

Massive Fire at UK Power Station, Risk of Winter Blackouts Increases

An investigation is under way after a large fire at one of Britain's most important power stations. At its height, around 100 firefighters were called to tackle the blaze, which broke out at around 8pm last night. The BBC reports that the station had to be partially shut down, however authorities

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Despite being cashiered out of the Navy Reserve for testing positive for cocaine, Vice President Joe Biden's son is still being allowed to practice law and won't lose his Connecticut law license. Late last week the Wall Street Journal reported that in February of this year Hunter Biden, 44, teste
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American Thinker

This Lesbian's Daughter Has Had Enough

My name is Rivka Edelman, and I am the product of same-sex parenting.  Yet I'm not exactly celebrated among the LGBT community.

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20 Oct 2014, 12:00 am

I despair at how American racism distorts discussion of a health crisis and cripples competent response to that crisis.


20 Oct 2014, 12:00 am

The logic of multiculturalism has dictated the White House response to the Ebola crisis. That logic, however, doesn’t fly with ordinary citizens.
Some recent trends in higher education insure that liberal thought control continues well into the future.

Heritage Foundation

Should a Republican Be Allowed to Edit a Democrat’s Wikipedia Page?

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Kansas Senate Race is a National Election

Former Democrat House Speaker Tip ONeills political wisdom that All politics is local has been a staple in political thinking for many years.

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The Corner

Sweet and Sour Krauts: Studies of the Two Germanies

The Boston Globe rounds up comparative studies of how life worked in East and West Germany during their forced 40-year experiment in radically different economic systems. In addition to the clear distinction in financial performance, the division of Germany produced a wealth of information about ho

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The Wolf

The boy who cried wolf eventually learned his lesson. After rallying the countryside for his amusement several times, a wolf did show up. By that time the villagers no longer The post The Wolf appeared first on RedState.

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20 Oct 2014, 12:00 am

When conservatives consider the casualties of Obama’s national security policies, their attention is drawn quite naturally to Benghazi. In this shameful episode, the Obama Administration sacrificed an ambassador and three The post The Blood on Obama’s Hands appeared first on RedState.


19 Oct 2014, 11:00 pm

Please make plans to join me on a conference call the day after the mid-term elections, Wednesday, November 5th from 9-10am. I will review the results and give you my The post Post-Election Call appeared first on RedState.
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