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Sanders: Too Often, Unarmed Black People Dragged from Cars and Shot

Appearing on CNN’s “State of the Union” with Jake Tapper, Vermont senator Bernie Sanders told the host that “unarmed black people” geting ”dragged out of cars” or getting shot “is happening too often.” Sanders said this after TapperShow More Summary

Run Larry, Run! Kudlow Talks about Possible Blumenthal Challenge

On his nationally syndicated weekend radio show yesterday, while discussing the horror show of the Iran Deal with Illinois Congressman Peter Roskam, Larry threw down the gauntlet (beginning at 26:50): You know, I’m going to tell you something. Show More Summary

Hillary Sliding, Trump Leading, Carson Surging in Iowa

Horrible news for Hillary Clinton in the Des Moines Register poll of Iowans out this morning: Liberal revolutionary Bernie Sanders, riding an updraft of insurgent passion in Iowa, has closed to within 7 points of Hillary Clinton in the...Show More Summary

Christie: Jeb Bush Hasn't Been in a Relevant Campaign Since 1998

This morning on Fox News Sunday, Chris Christie stood by his statement earlier in the week on the Laura Ingraham radio show that Jeb Bush hasn’t “been in a relevant campaign as a Republican since 1998.” “It’s just a factual statement, he hasn’t been in a relevant campaign since 1998,” Christie told host Chris Wallace. Show More Summary

Fact versus Tact: Why Curt Schilling Got Penalized for Preferring the Former

“Please, if there’s anyone who still thinks ISIS doesn’t represent Islam, know that they are wrong. ISIS represents Islam 100 percent. If someone says that, no, we have Muslims that are nice — yes, they are nice here. But there theyShow More Summary

Lovable Rogues All

Writing for the Guardian, Ed Vulliamy compiles a list of the “ten best revolutionaries” : From student-poster staples to unsung heroes, here are our favourite boat-rockers, agitators and subverters of the status quo. As you’d expectShow More Summary

The Best, Most Amazing Podcast!

Yes, ladies and gentlemen, when the topic is Trump, you must reach for superlatives. We didn’t plan it this way, but a very substantial part of the discussion on this week’s Need to Know centers on the golden-haired casino tycoon/former...Show More Summary

Bioethics Needs Disinfectant of Public Scrutiny

Bioethics is an increasingly radical movement that seeks to push public policy in a distinctly utilitarian and anti-human exceptionalist direction. Its primary purveyors usually support policies or ideas that most people–who would be...Show More Summary

Walker Lays Out Foreign-Policy Vision

Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker on Friday delivered remarks on foreign policy at The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina. In a departure from many of his predecessors, who have reined in the campaign rhetoric in their...Show More Summary

FBI Looking At Whether Hillary Violated Section 793 of the Espionage Act

A couple of weeks ago, I suggested that by hosting a server in her home — and then by handing it over to a third-party that had no right to it — Hillary may have violated USC 18 793. My arguments can be found here and here and here.Show More Summary

What, Me Worry about Donald Trump?

I wrote about everybody’s favorite topic of conversation today: [E]ven after weeks and weeks of what has become the Summer of Trump, I can’t get worked up about him. Former Texas Governor Rick Perry said that Trump is “a cancer on conservatism” that has to be excised. Show More Summary

More Fun with Demographics

Fred Barnes writes: Another question: Do Republicans need at least 40 percent of the growing Hispanic vote to win the presidency next year? I think the answer is yes, as a study by Latino Decisions, a Hispanic polling group, found. That’s...Show More Summary

"Like Many From The Left's Dark Corners"

Nick Cohen may be a man of the left, but he’s does not subscribe to the old notion that there should be “no enemies to the left”. Writing in the latest Standpoint, he takes aim at the principled/authentic/sincere (choose sycophantic adjective of choice) Jeremy Corbyn, the Chavez  wannabe who may shortly become Labour’s new leader. Show More Summary

Protect the Bill of Rights! No, Not That Bit

In response to my rant yesterday, a friend sent me a link to a famous scene from an Aaron Sorkin-penned movie called The American President, in which, to stirring music and the obvious approval of his staff, the fictional commander-in-chief...Show More Summary

Those Raging North Dakotans

Charlie, they’re too busy amassing fracking wealth to indulge in unwholesome or unproductive activities . . .  

The Color of Crime

In our race-sick culture, people react to shootings and atrocities in a funny way. They want to know what the race or ethnicity of the victim is; they want to know what the race or ethnicity of the perpetrator is. They will shape their...Show More Summary

Re; Francis the Mystic

Michael, if Pope Francis can turn Peronism into prosperity, half-liquefying a powder is nothing  (for an alternative explanation of the latter phenomenon, go here (in Italian, but the miracle of Google Translate can help out). Meanwhile, writing in the New York Times, Timothy Egan writes a mash note to Francis, who he describes as the anti-Trump. Show More Summary

Trump Campaign Looking to Hire Staff in North Carolina

Donald Trump is seeking to build up a campaign team in North Carolina. Trump’s campaign has reached out to top North Carolina Republican operatives about staffing up in the state, two North Carolina sources tell National Review. TheShow More Summary

Wisconsin Investigators’ Partisan Charade Exposed

Last month, the Wisconsin supreme court forcefully slammed the door shut on the “John Doe” investigation into groups supporting Governor Scott Walker during his recall election. But details from the investigation, and the allegedly “nonpartisan”...Show More Summary

Re: 'Sporting' Rifles

David, not to launch one of those endless Charlie-Kevin gun conversations, but one thing that has especially bugged me about Walmart’s decision to stop selling “modern sporting rifles” in favor of focusing on “hunting” rifles is that...Show More Summary

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