The Washington Post Editorial Board continues abdicating their role as a news organization to push advocacy, as they have done all week A climate for change:?The U.S. can help drive
NEWS YOU CAN USE: If You Want To Stop ISIS, Here Is What It Will Take.
Embodying the old Hollywood joke “I’ve always wanted to direct,” Comedy Central star Jon Stewart took an entire summer off last year to direct a film called “Rosewater” about Newsweek reporter Maziar Bahiri being abducted in Iran. In...Show More Summary
An interesting catch by the Washington Post, which is probably trying to put out the fire surrounding this issue several months ahead of the election In Washington, Sen. Mary Landrieu
Toddler Hassan was wounded when a suicide bomb went off but his family did not make it. Two year-old Hassan is the last remaining member of his immediate family. ISIS murdered the boys parents and siblings in a suicide bomb … Continue reading ?
A little dose of reality for the Reality-Based Community: In 1950, female-headed households were 18 percent of the black population. Today it's close to 70 percent. One study of 19th-century slave families found that in up to three-fourths of the families, all the children lived with the biological mother and father. Show More Summary
"The Streets Division can’t afford a $120,000 filter needed to remove non-compostable material, and it makes no sense to seek money for it and significantly broaden the program with uncertainty about when the [$20.6 million] biodigester...Show More Summary
We’ve argued that the libertarian influence on the GOP has been grossly exaggerated. There is striking new evidence to corroborate this. From the Pew Research poll: Republicans, Democrats and independents all are more likely to say the U.S. does too little to solve world problems, but the shift among Republicans has been striking. Last fall, […]
Marty Lederman criticizes the court:A critical part of the majority's decision is based upon its conclusion that the evidence did not necessarily prove that the victims' religion was a but-for cause of the assaults. That conclusion strikes me as untenable — indeed, deeply disturbing in its implications....[T]he assaults... Show More Summary
Time to figure out a strategy.
Alexander the Great. Stonewall Jackson. George S. Patton. To this list of some of history's greatest military strategists, a new name must be added: that of Barack Obama. That is, if you agree with Joe Scarborough's take on President...Show More Summary
I was in class yesterday during Obama’s press conference, in which he announced the obvious: We have no strategy as to ISIS. So I didn’t get to watch it live and see the instant reaction. There was Bad, Good and
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NO. NEXT QUESTION? Sharyl Attkisson: Can The Justice Department Investigate The IRS Impartially?
OIL AND FRICTION in Iraq.
The New York Times invariably casts any GOP inquiry into the intelligence failures that led to the death of four Americans in Benghazi, Libya, as a purely partisan venture. The pattern was noted last year by the paper's own Public Editor...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON POST: Why Obama’s ‘We don’t have a strategy’ gaffe stings. “Polls have increasingly shown that Americans view Obama as a weak commander in chief without much direction or heft t0 his foreign policy.... And as a series of overseas foreign policy crises have popped up in recent years, the White House [...]
It is hard to tell which was worse — the substance of the president’s remarks on Thursday or that he thought it was a good idea to go out there, with no real news on anything. He confirmed what many of us have long suspected — there is no strategy for dealing with the Islamic State, […]
FUNDAMENTALLY TRANSFORMED: Canada has quietly and politely become, well, more American than America.
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