ARE TEENAGERS HAPPIER THAN THEY WERE TEN YEARS AGO? If so, maybe it’s because they’re spending less time around other teenagers.
The name for the Saudi air mission over Yemen is Operation Decisive Storm, which recalls the gold-standard of tough military operation titles - Desert Storm, the 1991 effort to drive Saddam Hussein from Kuwait.
From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… One Poll to Rule Them All The first C&J "Who won the week" poll was posted seven years ago this week, on March 28, 2008. Despite efforts on the part of Gallup, PPP, Pew and RATSmussen to duplicate my secret formula, none survived more than a few weeks without going down in flames of ridicule and scorn. Show More Summary
Saudi Arabia has launched a military operation - including air strikes - in Yemen against Houthi Shia rebels, the Saudi ambassador in the US has said. Adel al-Jubeir said Saudi Arabia acted to "defend the legitimate government" of President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi. Show More Summary
(John Hinderaker) In another email-related bombshell, Hillary Clinton’s lawyer, David Kendall, has told the House Select Committee on Benghazi that all emails have been deleted from Hillary’s private email server: An examination of the...Show More Summary
(John Hinderaker) Yesterday the NCAA announced that it is deeply concerned about Indiana’s just-passed Religious Freedom Restoration Act, and intends to scrutinize Indiana carefully to determine whether the state is fit to host events...Show More Summary
Federal law enforcement seems to have an accountability problem within their ranks regarding allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct. The...
Well this should drive those gun control nuts over the edge. Though the process itself needs refining, the final product works like a fully-machined firearm. Hehe, take THAT Moms Demand
Charles Krauthammer said he knew it was impolite to speak ill of the dead, but since Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.) was simply retiring, the syndicated columnist said he did not feel quite so constrained. “Harry, we hardly knew ye, and what we did know we didn’t like,” Krauthammer said on Special Report. Show More Summary
Back in 2008, when then-Tribune Co. owner Sam Zell was pondering a plan to sell the naming rights to venerable Wrigley Field, our frenemies at the Sun-Times sponsored a contest called Zell No! Remember that?
That must've been some leadership event. Despite SAE leadership protesting and saying they'd never heard the racist song before video appeared of University of Oklahoma SAE members singing it on a bus, OU President David Boren says otherwise: Speaking...Show More Summary
HARRY REID, the leader of the Democratic minority in the Senate, announced today that he will not seek re-election. The Nevada senator was not due to face voters again for nearly two years. Yet in the run up to the midterm electionsShow More Summary
I saw my husband fall in love with the guns, the seduction of the barrels and oil, the power of caliber
An Italian court annuls a murder verdict. We may never know what happened, but most of the U.S. media has it wrong
It was the most memorable and perhaps painful day of my childhood -- and it made me a skateboard lover for life
Ben Stiller's depresso documentarian takes on Adam Driver's feckless hipster in Noah Baumbach's delicious satire
40% of women suffer from sexual dysfunction, with 0 approved drugs — like the 26 available to men — to treat them
You’d think these troglodytes would learn that the rest of the world has moved on and won’t stand for this kind of discrimination anymore: In the wake of Gov. Mike Pence (R-IN) signing a law that essentially allows discrimination against gay and lesbian people in the state, companies are starting to consider pulling their business [Read more...]
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