Senate Judiciary Committee ranking member Sen. Chuck Grassley said Tuesday night that the “Gang of Eight” immigration bill is far from a real solution to the nation’s immigration woes. “Coming into the debate, my position was clear,” Grassley said in a statement as the Senate Judiciary Committee wrapped up its markup of the bill. Show More Summary
New York Times columnist Bill Keller joined Fox News' scandal machine in calling for a special prosecutor to investigate the Obama administration's role surrounding the Internal Revenue Services' (IRS) improper scrutiny of conservative groups. Show More Summary
So, there’s this Italian guy named Rossi who has a little device he calls the "E-Cat" reactor tube. He says this reactor tube produces a Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR), or what the rubes call "cold fusion". Rossi has been a very secretive little fellow about his device, and has essentially been classified as either [...]
Nationally-syndicated conservative radio host Mark Levin, one of the signers of the Tea Party coalition letter calling on lawmakers to prevent the “Gang of Eight” immigration bill from reaching the Senate floor, told Breitbart News Mitch McConnell is the one pulling the strings behind the bill. Show More Summary
By Carl Inside this rather boring if frightening story about the problems at hedge fund SAC Capital, lies this sentence (bolded): A legal deadline looms for prosecutors to bring a criminal case against Mr. Cohen related to charges against...Show More Summary
For the second time in three years, the Cleveland Cavaliers won the NBA Draft Lottery and will have the first pick in this year's NBA Draft. The Draft will be on June 27, and Nerlens Noel, out of Kentucky, is expected to be the top pick even though he is recovering from a knee injury. Show More Summary
On The Laura Ingraham Show Tuesday morning, The Weekly Standard’s Bill Kristol expressed his opposition to the "Gang of 8" bill and noted that Senator Marco Rubio “should walk away from it," adding: “He should say ‘I made a good faith...Show More Summary
I sure am gonna miss Bill Hader, who is leaving SNL. Here he is in a YouTube from last year (not work safe). Open thread below...
By Rachel Goldfarb, originally published on Next New Deal Click here to receive the Daily Digest via e-mail. What's the best way to pass a climate bill? Fix the economy first. (WaPo) According to Brad Plumer, if we’re serious about climate...Show More Summary
As the Obama scandals surround the White House, some conservatives are suggesting that -- finally -- the media are "getting tough” on Obama. Don't count on it. All our modern experience suggests tough reporting on a Democratic president...Show More Summary
This weekend brings brings two great America traditions to a head: Barbecue and Liberace. Steven Soderbergh's (possibly) final film, Behind the Candelabra airs on Sunday night, the eve of Monday's eruption of charring ecstasy. My grandmother loved Liberace and watched him weekly; I thought he was fascinatingly creepy, a vibe was only heightened by his appearance on Batman.
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Ten years after flirting with a gubernatorial run, the sports and entertainment newsman drops a hint of his future plans on the Adam Carolla Show podcast.
Spotted: @joshtpm @capehartj @ezraklein & other lefty columnists headed into the West Wing as a group. POTUS coffee? Carney meeting? Anyone? — Ari Shapiro (@arishapiro) May 21, 2013 The number one thing that I’m wondering is whetherShow More Summary
You might want to get a tissue ready for this video. A woman finds her dog under the rubble during a live TV interview:
That's right: the General Assembly appropriated $200K last year for a gun "buyback" that never happened.Instead, the Delaware State Police used the money for "unexpected" lease costs for one of its buildings.This year, by a 7-5 majority,...Show More Summary
Ryan Lizza at the New Yorker has details of the Government's investigation of Fox News Reporter James Rosen. DOJ also got phone records. In South Africa, Oscar Pistorius' brother Carl was acquitted of culpable homicide and lesser charges... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
After several weeks in which the episode was diced into pieces so small they would pass through a soup strainer, this week's adventures in Westeros made fewer hops while delivering more meaty morsels. We got some direct White Walker action, some Dany sans dragons negotiations, and a royal wedding. Show More Summary
Or, well, me: Love it. I seriously thank the Flying Spaghetti Monster for saving that sweet woman and her child. Why does Wolf Blitzer have a job again? This space reserved for your ad.