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Morning Joe Screams At Guests Who Tell Him Obamacare Was A Republican Idea

When you quote Jonah Goldberg of the National Review as if his opinion is the gospel when it comes to being critical of President Obama, you begin on treacherous footing. In his column entitled, Obama The Sentimentalist, Goldberg asserted, "No...Show More Summary

Scowcroft and Brzezinski's Five Most Interesting Ideas

You're busy. So you didn't have time to watch last week's Senate Armed Services Committee hearing when former national security advisors Brent Scowcroft and Zbigniew Brzezinski reviewed the state of the world over two riveting hours....Show More Summary

NFL Nation TV talks Hall of Fame

Join us at 3 p.m. ET, 12 p.m. PT Thursday for the second special NFL Nation TV Super Bowl Week Spreecast. Episode No. 42 will review's recent joint venture with Pro Football Focus, which broke down how many "above-average" players...Show More Summary

Why Read Heidegger?

On the initiative of the Bibliotèque National de France, the review La Règle du Jeu, and two young philosophers, Joseph Cohen and Raphaël Zagury-Orly, a major symposium was held last week on the subject of Heidegger and "the Jews." Over...Show More Summary


By Chris Opfer, Bloomberg BNA It’s safe to say that Republicans and business leaders are less than happy with many recent actions out of the National Labor Relations Board.

Al Jazeera Reportedly Told Staff to Avoid ‘Jihad,’ ‘Islamist’ in Reporting

yesterdayNews : Mediaite

In an email reportedly obtained by National Review, Al Jazeera English executive Carlos van Meek instructed staff following a recent attack in Libya to avoid the words "jihad," "terrorist," "militant" and "Islamic."

The Expatriate Terrorist Act's Patent Flaws

I wrote about the reintroduced Expatriate Terrorist Act over at National Review. Over there, I write about how the legislation is unconstitutional as proposed and unnecessary anyway. Here, I thought to point out that it's also completely illogical. Click over...


AN INTERESTING NOTE BY ALEXANDER KASNER IN THE STANFORD LAW REVIEW: National Security Leaks and Constitutional Duty. The argument that the Oath Clause protects leakers who expose illegal or unconstitutional conduct is interesting. I wish I’d thought of that for my Don’t Fear The Leaker piece.

Irish Times’ Story Falsely Claimed Woman Had Abortion to Save Her Life

A review of cases at the National Maternity Hospital in Holles Street, Dublin has confirmed that there was no basis for a front page story in the Irish Times claiming that a woman’s life had been saved after being given an abortion under the Government’s new abortion legislation. The hospital has categorically stated that the […]

The IRS Scandal, Day 628

National Review, The Attkisson File: Attkisson is a dogged reporter, and Stonewalled is a gripping book, organized around the Obama-administration scandals she covered at CBS News. With the exception of the IRS scandal, she covered just about all of them: Fast and Furious, green-energy crony capitalism, Benghazi, and Obamacare. Attkisson...

NFL Nation TV talks Deflategate, Super Bowl week

Join us today at 1 p.m. ET, 10 a.m. PT, for a special ESPN NFL Nation TV Super Bowl Week Spreecast as episode No. 41 will review Deflategate and look ahead to what the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots can expect heading into...Show More Summary

THE IRISH QUESTION – a review of ‘The Walworth Farce’

5 days agoNews : Slugger O'Toole

The critic Terry Eagleton once observed that Irish fiction was “full of guilty secrets, divided identities. It is no wonder that there is such a rich tradition of Gothic writing in a nation so haunted by history”. If Eagleton were looking for a prime example, he could always cite ‘The Walworth Farce’ – Enda Walsh’s more...

What's next after Supreme Court agrees to review execution protocols?

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear a challenge to Oklahoma’s procedures on executing death row inmates, an action that opens the door to a ruling on how executions are handled across the nation.

France’s Go Ahead and Go (If You’re Brave) Zones

I was working the Worst President Twitter account and I came across this tweet by National Review’s Charles C. W. Cooke, regarding an article he’s written about Paris where he discusses, among other things, the now-infamous Fox News report about Paris’ no-go zones: Outside the periphique, it’s dangerous, ugly, tense—often lawless. If you’re Jewish you’re […]

Listen to Tom Brady Talk About His Deflated Balls...and ISIS

Tom Brady would like you to know that he is innocent...also, "this isn't ISIS." Here is a video, courtesy from our friend across the aisle the National Review. Also, he is a Vine of just the ISIS part. Sports!

Jordi Savall in Bach and Vivaldi

Bach & Vivaldi concertos and magnificats; La Capella Reaila de Catalunya, Le Concert des Nations, Jordi Savall; AliaVox Reviewed by Robert Hugill on Jan 09 2015 Star rating: 5.0 Vibrant performances from Jordi Savall his training academy...Show More Summary

Michigan Supreme Court Hears Challenge to States Right to Work Law

The National Law Review Last Tuesday, the Michigan Supreme Court heard arguments in UAW v. Green, Case No. 147700, which the United Autoworkers (UAW) filed to challenge the application of Michigan’s Right to Work law to 35,000 State employees.

In State of The Union Address, President Obama Pushes His Agenda For the Future of Business

In his sixth State of the Union address Wednesday night, President Barack Obama delivered a glowing review of the nation’s economy, saying that after years of war, financial crises, and high rates of joblessness, it’s finally time to “turn the page.” The post In State of The Union Address, President Obama Pushes His Agenda For the Future of Business appeared first on WIRED.

National Book Critics Circle Finalists Announced!

The New York Times’ ArtsBeat reminds us that the National Book Critics Circle Awards are “one of the most prestigious American literary awards…judged by a panel of critics and book review editors.” They come in six categories: autobiography, biography, criticism, fiction, nonfiction and poetry. Both ArtsBeat and the LA Times report on the announcement of […]

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