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The IRS Scandal, Day 511

National Review: IRS Erased Key Records in Lawsuit, NetJets Says, by John Fund: There may be a pattern involving the IRS losing e-mails and other key computer records. For months, the House Oversight Committee has been pursuing the lost e-mails of Lois Lerner and other figures in the IRS tax-exempt...

The Wharf Revue “Open For Business” (Review)

9 hours agoAustralia / Canberra : RiotACT

Two weary travelers stop at an inn.  This is the “Canberra-berry Tales”, and these pilgrims to the nation’s capital are passing the time until daybreak by sharing their stories.  Here the Miner and the Banker share the less-than-spiritual aims that have inspired their trek.  Canberra, as the theme of this year’s Wharf Revue tells us, [...]

NRO Forgets Its Defense Of Scalia Speeches As It Continues To Attack Ginsburg

National Review Online's foremost legal analyst is continuing his colleagues' attacks on Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg by criticizing her for"speaking publicly on abortion policy," despite previously defending Justice Antonin...Show More Summary

Villain’s Law

Over the weekend, Canada’s National Post ran a book review by our own Michael Bourne, who contributed a piece on Bright Lights, Big City this week. In the review, Michael reads Thomas King’s The Back of the Turtle, which he says reaffirms the rule that bad guys are always more interesting.

Kill women who have abortions, says National Review reporter

yesterdayOdd : Boing Boing

Kevin Williams has "hanging more in mind" than letting 'em off with life imprisonment. I told you these guys were going off the deep end; the big question now, though, is where his tweet was copied and pasted from.

National Review Writer Kevin Williamson: Hang Women Who Have Abortions

yesterdayLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

After Twitter users questioned whether he was serious, Williamson responded, "Yes, I believe that the law should treat abortion like any other homicide." I last reported on this fuckweasel when the National Review published his vicious attack on transgender Americans.

National Review Writer Calls for Hanging Women Who Have Abortions

Studies find that women of all religious faiths and traditions, all political affiliations, and all races, classes, and backgrounds have abortions. Columnist Kevin Williamson believes all such women should be hanged. Image: Reason.tv / YouTube The post National Review Writer Calls for Hanging Women Who Have Abortions appeared first on RH Reality Check.

National Review writer’s vile pro-life argument is logically consistent

NR scribe Kevin Williamson made an extreme abortion argument. It's also the only logical position for pro-lifers

Conservative Writer: Execute Women Who Get Abortions

Kevin Williamson, a correspondent for the conservative magazine National Review, suggested Monday that women who have abortions should be hanged. "I believe that the law should treat abortion like any other homicide," he wrote. When asked if the punishment should be life without parole, he responded, "I have hanging more in mind."

National Review Contributor: ‘Women Who Have Abortions Should Be Hanged’

A stunning report from Talking Points Memo revealed that one of the contributors to the National Review demanded that all women who get abortions be put to death. While the idiotic tirade this man went on did not specifically state that the implications of the statement he made did not hide his feelings nor his [...]

Nation Review hack wants to hang women who abort because sanctity of life

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

It’s not every day that you see such a moving and consistent plea to respect the sanctity of life. But Sunday was one of those days. Because that’s when National Review “writer” Kevin Williamson stated that women who have abortions should be hanged. It all started when...

It Looks Like National Standards Setting (Including E-Health) Is Getting More Messy.

This appeared late last week.Standards Australia quick off mark in review of royalties on SAI Global contractPUBLISHED: 25 Sep 2014 00:05:25 Simon Evans The 74-member Standards Australia organisation that made a last-ditch effort toShow More Summary

New study finds university health schools' use of holistic admissions has positive impact

WASHINGTON, DC (September 30, 2014)— A new national study finds that health professions schools report an overall positive impact from the use of holistic review – a university admissions process that assesses an applicant's unique experiences alongside traditional measures of academic achievement such as grades and test scores. Show More Summary

Spurred by Ferguson, Chicago families demand reviews of police shootings

2 days agoNews : The Raw Story

The national uproar over a fatal police shooting of an unarmed black teenager near St. Louis has prodded families and activists in the Chicago area to ask for investigations into what they say are similar incidents in the crime-ridden U.S. city.    Since the protests in Ferguson, Missouri, families...

Spurred by Ferguson, Chicago families want police shootings reviewed

By Fiona Ortiz HARVEY Ill. (Reuters) - The national uproar over a fatal police shooting of an unarmed black teenager near St. Louis has prodded families and activists in the Chicago area to ask for investigations into what they say are similar incidents in the crime-ridden U.S. Show More Summary

Quiz: Can you tell the difference between National Review’s Kevin Williamson and a 4chan troll?

After he caused a stir this weekend by saying women who have abortions should be hanged, it's time to ask

House Subcommittee Questions Department of Labor’s Enforcement of “Hot Goods” Provision

The National Law Review The House Agriculture Subcommittee on Horticulture recently held a hearing to address growing concerns that the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) is using the "hot goods" provision of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (FLSA) in an arbitrary manner against producers of perishable agricultural products.

Fantastic Fest Review: HOUSEBOUND Escapes Its Budget

2 days agoOdd : Badass Digest

New Zealand’s latest horror-comedy lives up to national horror-comedy standards.

NHTSA To Review 4.9 Million Chrysler Vehicles For A Shitload Of Problems

2 days agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Stalling. Fires. Fuel pump shutoff. The horn honking itself. These are just some of the problems Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge and Ram owners say they have experienced thanks to a faulty totally integrated power module, and now the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says they're looking into it. Read more...

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