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Revisionism: Old Timer Phil Donahue
Injects Racism Into 2002 Iraq War Vote

Publius Forum, by Warner Todd Huston
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Posted By: Warner Todd Huston  -   4/20/2012 1:42:00 PM EST    36035
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Old-timer Phil Donahue, about who rumor has it used to have some sort of TV show back in the previous century, has recently turned up on NPR for some unexplainable reason. And, like his long past career, he's dwelling equally in the past with his new comments about the authorization of force against Iraq in 2002. But he's adding a new spin to the now irrelevant discussion by adding to it all one of the left's favorite tropes: racism.

Wealthy Michigan Teacher
Upset She Can't Retire at 47

Publius Forum, by Warner Todd Huston
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Posted By: Warner Todd Huston  -   4/20/2012 1:41:05 PM EST    36034
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It's just unfair, isn't it? I mean, if an $80,000-per-year, union protected, unfireable, teacher can't retire at the extremely young age of 47 while the rest of us have to work into our 70s, well, what kind of world are we living in? That's how teachers in Michigan feel, anyway. Just ask the haughty Terri List, a Michigan public school teacher from Saginaw Township. She's entirely disgusted with all those ignorant taxpayers -- who vote in evil Republicans -- that won't let her retire at 70% of her salary at a sprightly 47-years-of-age. She's so upset that she's telling anyone

 




  





 
New GOP Chairman Del Mar:
Typical Chicago Joke on GOP
or Promising Newcomer?

Publius Forum, by Warner Todd Huston
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Posted By: Warner Todd Huston  -   4/20/2012 1:39:50 PM EST    36033
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The Cook County GOP has a new Chairman. This week the Cook County GOP committeemen got together and by a slim margin voted in a young, virtual newcomer as their GOP Chairman. Aaron Del Mar, 34, was given the nod to usher the Cook GOP into its next phase. But what sort of phase will that be? Me, I fear that he is yet another stealth Democrat foisted on long-suffering Republicans by the Combine.

Matt Damon gives props to George W. Bush
The Anchoress, by Elizabeth Scalia
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Posted By: Anchoress  -   4/20/2012 12:36:09 PM EST    36032
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Well that is a surprising headline. Here’s an even more surprising one: Matt Damon wants to kiss George Bush on the mouth: Matt Damon, known for his liberal politics, gave credit where credit was due to former President George W. Bush. And he said he’d do it with more than just thanks. “I would kiss George W. Bush on the mouth for what he did on PEPFAR,” he told The Atlantic in an extensive interview about his charity work.

Obama, "Quick-Get Me the Blood of A Virgin Taxpayer! (NewsBusted)
The Lid, by Jeff Dunetz
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Posted By: Yidwithlid  -   4/20/2012 12:23:14 PM EST    36030
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Last week the Drudge Report displayed a picture showing that the burden of the presidency may be "getting to" Barack Obama. Under the headline SHOCK PHOTOS: Obama, Thin And Wasting Away, The picture showed the president looking tired and grey. It's really not anything unusual, that transformation can be seen in almost every President after three-and-a-half years on the job. While (in my opinion) Obama's performance in the Oval Office has been awful, even lousy president feels the pressure a responsibility that will age you before your time.

 









 
ABC releases bloody photo of Zimmerman's head
Brutally Honest, by Rick
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Posted By: ricksteroni  -   4/20/2012 12:18:12 PM EST    36029
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Lots going on in the case today but the biggest news has got to be the release by ABC News of the following photo: He apologized to Martin's parents, an apology that was promptly rejected by the family attorney. What is becoming clearer is that there needs to be lots of apologies put forth and most of them need to be directed at Zimmerman...

BIG GOVERNMENT = SPENDTHRIFTS ... ECONOMIC FAILURE AS CAMPAIGN ISSUE ... BIG BAD BOB'S "F"-WORD FALLOUT ON FOX
RadioRodgers.com, by Lee Rodgers
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Posted By: LeeRodgers  -   4/20/2012 11:14:21 AM EST    36028
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It's connect-the-dots time,...

"Well, check this out, buddy — you're fired!"
Brutally Honest , by Rick
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Posted By: Ricksteroni  -   4/20/2012 7:59:05 AM EST    36027
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That from Sarah Palin as she responds to learning that one of the Secret Service members embroiled in the Colombian scandal had been assigned to her protection during the Presidential campaign: A Secret Service supervisor who retired in the midst of the Colombia prostitution scandal made light on his Facebook page of his work protecting former GOP vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, the Washington Post reported Thursday evening. David Randall Chaney posted photos of himself on the social media site, including one that shows him behind Palin...

 









 
"When you lower standards people don't decide to give you more, they give you less"
Brutally Honest, by Rick
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Posted By: ricksteroni  -   4/20/2012 6:37:40 AM EST    36026
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Peggy Noonan is questioning America's character... and rightfully so: People in politics talk about the right track/wrong track numbers as an indicator of public mood. This week Gallup had a poll showing only 24% of Americans feel we're on the right track as a nation. That's a historic low. Political professionals tend, understandably, to think it's all about the economy—unemployment, foreclosures, we're going in the wrong direction. I've long thought that public dissatisfaction is about more than the economy, that it's also about our culture, or rather the flat, brute, highly sexualized thing we call our culture...

Watcher's Council Mata Hari Edition! Links to over 30 articles you need to read!
The Political Commentator, by Michael Haltman
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Posted By: halthouse1  -   4/20/2012 6:02:52 AM EST    36025
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What ever happened to the concept of doing a days (nights) work and then getting paid a days (nights) wage? Apparently the Secret Service detail attached to President Obama has learned too well from the administration the idea of entitlement and of expecting to get something for nothing. Unfortunately these agents found out the hard way that in Colombia a working girl get's paid for the services that she provides, or else...

One more thing about Obama's dog diet -- he had his eye on endangered species too
Bookworm Room, by Bookworm
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Posted By: Bookworm  -   4/20/2012 12:11:56 AM EST    36023
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The ludicrous spectacle of the two parties fighting over which candidate has treated dogs more cruelly over the past decade has, quite appropriately, given rise to an endless stream of jokes. There is one serious point, though, that my friend Lulu noticed about this whole man eat dog story. Before I begin, though, let me refresh your recollection about Obama’s doggy-diet confession:

Hillary Clinton Implies: Pro-Israel Sentiment Doesn’t Reflect America
The Lid, by Barry Rubin
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Posted By: Yidwithlid  -   4/19/2012 9:46:18 PM EST    36022
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Sometimes a secretary of state is asked tough questions. How they are answered shows the underlying philosophy of official and government. I genuinely don’t want to make too much out of a single exchange between Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and a Tunisian audience. Yet the problem is how the approach she took fits into consistent themes of the Obama Administration. Whatever Clinton tried to do when talking to a group of young Tunisians (video below), it’s also important to consider how her audience interpreted her statement. Either they thought she was saying that the United States doesn’t really support Israel

"We may be seeing the end of an era..."
Brutally Honest, by Rick
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Posted By: ricksteroni  -   4/19/2012 9:13:14 PM EST    36021
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"...dominated by [the) ability of Leftist comedians like Jon Stewart, Bill Maher or the cast of SNL to create a false image of a political figure. Perhaps the trashing of Sarah Palin was the high point of their power, just as Watergate was for the MSM. Ridicule is the most potent political weapon. Obama is rapidly looking less and less like a President and more and more like an inept pol who’s also something of a doofus...

Barnabas Collins is Dead (Maybe)
The Lid, by Jeff Dunetz
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Posted By: Yidwithlid  -   4/19/2012 8:22:47 PM EST    36020
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Throughout my grade school years, as soon the teacher would dismiss the class I would run home as fast possible. For a kid who wore size "husky,"that was no easy feat. The reason for my haste was "must see TV," the daily soap opera Dark Shadows (the reason it was only 3x a week for me was Hebrew classes preempted the other two). Dark Shadows was no normal soap opera, it wasn't about doctors and nurses. Dark Shadows was about vampires, witches and time travel. It had a Gothic setting (although at the time none of the kids, myself included, knew

(Dog Food) Photo(s) of the Day
Flopping Aces, by Wordsmith
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Posted By: floppingaces  -   4/19/2012 7:09:27 PM EST    36019
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Suddenly, this all makes sense now...

President Obama has voiced his approval of the second chance Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick is getting this season, just a year removed from serving 18 months in federal prison on charges related to a dog fighting ring.

LCWR, the SSPX and the Vatican: Fun Times in Catholicland
The Anchoress, by Elizabeth Scalia
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Posted By: Anchoress  -   4/19/2012 6:14:39 PM EST    36018
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Busy days here at Patheos and I am only now getting to a bunch of emails from people asking me what I think about “this misogynist outrage from the Vatican” concerning the Leadership Conference of Women Religious. Others, possibly recalling a piece I wrote three years ago sound like they’re rubbing their hands together in anticipation; “I can’t wait to see what you have to say about this!” wrote one woman. I wrote back, “what I think may surprise you.”

“But, wait! There’s more!” Obama now needs help getting spare change
Bookworm Room, by Bookworm
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Posted By: Bookworm  -   4/19/2012 6:12:08 PM EST    36017
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Do you remember those old Ginsu knife commercials? You’d get about 1 minute of marvelous patter about the way the Ginsu knife could slice and dice everything from tomatoes to concrete. Just in case that sell wasn’t enough, though, the hard sell would end with a marvelous line: “But, wait! There’s more!” It turned out that you, the viewer, didn’t have to settle for just a Ginsu knife. Instead, if you ordered quickly, or paid an extra ten dollars, you’d get the magic whizzy thing that would transform onions into chrysanthemums or the chopper that would turn your potato into

Meet Dania, the Colombian call girl of the Secret Service hookergate scandal!
The Political Commentator, by Michael Haltman
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Posted By: halthouse1  -   4/19/2012 5:55:25 PM EST    36016
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In an exclusive from New York Daily News, these are the first photos of the Colombian call girl who set-off the Secret Service hookergate scandal! The New York Daily News doesn't always dig deep for stories, but they found and printed these exclusive photos of Dania, allegedly the Colombian prostitute responsible for the dominoes of the Secret Service hookergate scandal being set into motion...

Yom Hashoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day)
Bookworm Room, by Bookworm
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Posted By: Bookworm  -   4/19/2012 2:29:31 PM EST    36015
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As a Jew, the Holocaust is always with me. When I whine about something (which I often do), I’m instantly stricken with guilt because I know that, 70 years ago, across Europe, women with lives similar to mine (middle-aged, middle-class) were suddenly pitched into a nightmarish maelstrom from which there was no escape. Am I shlepping heavy groceries from the car? At least I have food. Do those new shoes I bought pinch my feet?

Hope & Change to Blame & Shame….Obama Panders To The Left On Oil Speculators
Flopping Aces, by Curt
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Posted By: floppingaces  -   4/19/2012 1:35:57 PM EST    36014
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Of course government needs to step in to protect consumers because god knows us consumers can’t think for ourselves and we need to be protected from those eeeevvviiiiiilllllll bankers…woops, I mean those eeeeevilllllll CEO’s….woops, I mean those evvvvvillllll speculators.

Now it’s the speculators and their evil capitalist ways. I mean how dare they want to make a profit? To a Socialist, like this man, it’s pure evil to want to make money. Everything should be done to help the State, all profits should be confiscated and the government should be allowed to decide who is worthy to receive that which they

Pulitzer Reaction: Has Editorial Writing Become a Lost Art?
The Morning Delivery, by Bill Lucey
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Posted By: wplucey  -   4/19/2012 1:10:18 PM EST    36013
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A Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, who did not want to be identified, told me: `When did you last read an editorial that changed how you viewed the world? Editorial writing is a lost art. It requires extensive research and quality writing. ''

CNN columnist: "Ted Nugent should be arrested"
Brutally Honest, by Rick
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Posted By: ricksteroni  -   4/19/2012 12:29:50 PM EST    36012
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LZ Granderson writes a weekly column for CNN.com and is a National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association journalist of the year (which makes me wonder, how exactly do you prove to the association that you're really a lesbian or gay... a home video perhaps? But I digress)... Granderson is also quite peeved at Mr. Nugent...

Media Misleads on California Prop 29
Publius Forum, by Warner Todd Huston
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Posted By: Warner Todd Huston  -   4/19/2012 11:18:25 AM EST    36011
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Californians are being asked once again to fund a government boondoggle with a ballot initiative which will levy more taxes on an already over taxed state. This time it is Proposition 29, intended to fund the California Cancer Research Act, a measure that appeals nicely to emotions but will likely be just another black hole for tax dollars when all is said and done -- just like many other successful California ballot measures have been.

GEN. SHERMAN: “WAR IS HELL” … LIBS WANT YOUR RETIREMENT MONEY … MORE SHOCKS FOR ELECTRIC CAR BUSINESS
RadioRodgers.com, by Lee Rodgers
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Posted By: LeeRodgers  -   4/19/2012 9:20:42 AM EST    36010
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