Toon via Theo
Survey: 34% of Bay area residents want to leave
New York’s last remaining soda fountain signs
Scenes From the First American Shopping Mall, Filmed in 1956
Guru–the most important free market movie ever made?
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Wilderness Worship - Back to Neander
Should the Semicolon follow the diastole, the trigon, the interpunct, and the diple?
Michael Bloomberg: Why Safe Spaces Are Terrible Mistakes
The Cumulative Cost of Regulations
I'm calling it: Social networking is over
The return of pseudo-science - The global warming industry lashes out in defense of its funding
Don't Let Government Stifle the next Tech Revolution
Standardized Test Discontent Spreads Across the Nation
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Grand Jury Indicts Three Black Students Who Made Up Hoax of a Racist
Attack Against Them; They Were Actually The Ones Beating Someone Up
(While Throwing Racial Epithets)
The Campus Hate Crime Hoax Epidemic
Activists: Park Ranger Uniforms ‘threaten’ Latinos, Too Similar to Border Patrol - Group asks feds to consider “cultural implications of existing agency uniforms, offices, signage, and other facilities”
Winning ‘Draw Mohammed’ Picture Goes Up On eBay
Harvard 'Experts': Islamophobia Everywhere!
Dem AG Targets 90 Conservative Groups in Climate Change Racketeering Suit
Fighting Political Correctness in the Age of Trump - Republicans must stand up to political correctness or lose.
"Money In Politics," Hillary, And The McDonnell Prosecution
Chelsea Clinton’s speaking fee: $65,000.
David Brooks should stay in his little bourgeois strata
Memo to George Will, David Brooks and others: Stop being stupid on Trump:
I know many of those who voted for Trump, and they are by no means stupid, irrational, racist or anti-democratic. They are frustrated with politics as usual and they are taking their constitutional rights seriously by voting for change.
Second, Trump says what many of us have come to believe is true: that the Iraq War was a tragic mistake that shouldn’t be replicated. He was the only candidate to be so explicit in his denunciation, and I think it helped him with a big chunk of voters.
Third, he has a clear message on the economy that resonates: The middle class is getting screwed because the political class is looking out for their interests rather than for the broader interests of the American people. From being open to increasing taxes on the very wealthy to expressing concerns about trade deals to promising to protect Social Security, Trump is stating clearly that he will change the direction of the American economy.
I am not of the opinion that a Trump candidacy will do long-lasting damage to the party or the country. I guess that’s why I am not part of the conservative intelligentsia.
"I Don't Know How To Explain It" - Confused Clinton Can't Explain Own Comments To Coal-Miner
When I met Bill Clinton and the first time we were together
Get Ready for the Biggest Media Assault You've Ever Seen—Aimed Squarely at Trump
Who is the Host, and Who is the Guest? A Muslim owner of a grocery store in France assigns different shopping days for men and women.
Trouble In Paradise? ISIS Recruiting In The Caribbean
China Needs a Foreign Policy which Makes Friends
An ugly war, seen through the lens of the Vietnamese
Iraq: Washington is in fact groping into a new full-fledged conflict in the Middle East without proper planning and preparation.
Neutering U.S. combat air forces