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A US journalist is getting a lot of love for his takedown of Boris Johnson

Associated Press journalist Brad Clapper took UK foreign secretary to task over his diplomatic record at a press conference with US secretary of state John Kerry on Tuesday. The journalist quoted back at Johnson some of the inflammatory...Show More Summary

Extra Bonus Quote of the Day

“Labour is still fumbling with its flies while the Tories are enjoying their post-coital cigarette — after withdrawing our massive Johnson. Sorry, that’s not even my speech, that’s just a text from Stephen Crabb.” — Scottish Tory Leader Ruth Davidson, [...]

Overnight Open Thread (7-11-2016)

Quote of the Day I "He did have some anger issues but never said he would hurt anyone," the friend said, adding with disturbing irony, "His shots were terrible." -- a friend of Micah Xavier Johnson who served with him...

Quote of the Day

Boris Johnson has dropped out of the running for British Prime Minister. Sigh. On the other hand, Michael Gove, the man who’s running in his place, is a man after my own heart. One quote from a few years ago to illustrate why: I’m unashamedly...Show More Summary

“A hateful tax levied by wretches”

3 weeks agoIndustries / Law : Overlawyered

I quote Samuel Johnson’s famous definition of excise in my new Philadelphia Inquirer op-ed on the city’s recently enacted soda levy. Tags: Philadelphia, soft drinks, taxes, WO writings “A hateful tax levied by wretches” is a post from Overlawyered - Chronicling the high cost of our legal system

UFC Quick Quote: Don't be surprised to see Wilson Reis knockout Demetrious Johnson

"It would be huge. But I'm not trying to force it. It's something I work a lot on, and I've been feeling more natural in every fight. I feel I'm connecting more. It's just a matter of time, and I wouldn't be surprised if it happenedShow More Summary

Analyze this

(Scott Johnson) Struggling with adult onset ADD, as I like to think of it, I forgot to include this intriguing quote from Paul Gregory’s Forbes column on the recently discovered hacking of the DNC’s databases by perpetrators acting on behalf of the Russian authorities, according to the DNC. Show More Summary

PwC: Choice, Innovation, and Experience Are Key to Sustaining Future Growth

By Becky Johnson The honeymoon is over, and it’s about time. While Price Waterhouse Cooper’s Phil Stokes, U.K. Head of Entertainment and Media, is quoted as saying, “This is a bigger global disruption than the Industrial Revolution,”...Show More Summary

Short Memory Span

As the great EU referendum campaign enters its final stages both sides are seeking to dent the credibility if their rivals. But as quotes go this is a cracker from the poster boy of the Leave campaign, Boris Johnson. Bojo's Lost HisShow More Summary

Gary Johnson’s Polls Indicate He’s Not A ‘Fringe Candidate’ Like Donald Trump’s Quote? FiveThirtyEight Issues Declaration To ‘Pay Attention’

Gary Johnson, the former New Mexico governor who last weekend officially won the Libertarian Party’s nomination for president in 2016, is hardly a “fringe candidate,” as Donald Trump said Tuesday. As the Washington Times reports, Donald...Show More Summary

Former London Mayor Wins Poetry Contest with Goat Sex Limerick

Boris Johnson, right. (Photo: johnhemming/CC BY-SA 2.0) Boris Johnson, until last year the mayor of London, one of the largest cities in the world, has a lot of opinions. And he's known for a good quote. "I've slept with far fewer than...Show More Summary

How Trump may have walked into a trap set by a Clinton super PAC

(This is not really a fact check, though we provide missing context for one quote used in a campaign ad.) One of the most famous political ads of all is the “Daisy” commercial run by the Lyndon Johnson campaign in 1964. If you watch it closely, you will see it never mentions the name of […]

Quote of the day

(Scott Johnson) The Weekly Standard’s Chris Deaton captures the quote of the day from Senator Tom Cotton speaking with Hugh Hewitt on Hugh’s syndicated radio show this morning: Arkansas senator Tom Cotton hammered the president’s foreign...Show More Summary

Extra Bonus Quote of the Day

“Now, it may not be life and death, like the vote passengers on United Flight 93 took, but boy is it consequential.” — Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), quoted by the AP, on the presidential election.

A Standpont to Consider

A few weeks ago, Andy McCarthy, in a post on the election of Sadiq Khan as mayor of London, quoted from an incisive essay by Daniel Johnson in Standpoint. To my chagrin, I only recently became aware of the magazine and Johnson, its editor. Show More Summary

Beyond the grassy knoll

(Scott Johnson) Ed Rogers considers a few possible difficulties that Donald Trump’s presidential campaign raises for Hillary Clinton. He characterizes them as Trump’s “advantages.” This “advantage” Rogers himself puts in quotes, suggesting...Show More Summary

Of Churchill and chumps

(Scott Johnson) President Obama’s ignorance of Winston Churchill is monumental. It is such that at his first press conference in 2009 Obama could quote Churchill in support of Obama’s high-minded approach to war: “We don’t torture.” If you know anything, and I mean anything, about Churchill, however, you know Churchill never said any such thing. Show More Summary

Milwaukee basketball announcer burns bridges on way out, then bombs the ashes

3 months agoSports : The Early Lead

Bill Johnson just wants to let everyone know that he’s retiring as the radio voice of the Milwaukee men’s basketball team. Before he goes, he only has a few thousand grievances to get off his chest. To quote Groucho Marx "Hello, I must be going!" Before the decision is made for me, I am officially […]

“This alien intrusion”

(Scott Johnson) Heather Mac Donald gives us the quote of the day in the opening of her City Journal column “Bubba bites back.” She writes: “Bill Clinton injected a disruptive element into the Democratic presidential campaign yesterday: truth. Show More Summary

Trump’s trumpet

(Scott Johnson) Paul Mirengoff quoted briefly from the statement issued by Donald Trump as the results in Wisconsin were reported last night in his rolling commentary here. The Washington Post’s Robert Costa obtained the statement from the Trump campaign. Show More Summary

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