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“Was Harry Reid really pummeled by a relative?”

Amazing. Rolling Stone got legitimately destroyed for running a story about UVA rape allegations in which the reporter didn’t confirm the allegations. Now John Hinderaker, a blogger at one of the filthier online sewers, got punked by one of his … Continue reading

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‘If one of my daughters was gay, I would love them just as much’

I…don’t remember the junior senator from Texas and GOP presidential hopeful making this case before: During the gathering, according to two people present, Mr. Cruz said he would not love his daughters any differently if one of them was gay. … Continue reading

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Blood, inheritance, and privilege: Marco Rubio’s problem and ours

It happened at last: Marco Rubio announced his candidacy for an office he won’t get. With his stillborn language and wooden performances, Rubio pontificates like a member of the Lakeland Chamber of Commerce. A skilled orator can overcome boilerplate. Rubio … Continue reading

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Warning to Dems: scuttle the Iran deal and we’ll cut you

Ari Rabin-Havt has a blunt warning for Democrats who align with the Republicans voting for Senator Bob Corker’s bill giving Congress the right to approve the Security Council’s negotiation with Iran: Senators with a D after their names should take … Continue reading

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Keeping agencies incompetent

No wonder the GOP has been so successful in making people hate the IRS! Five years of budget cuts by Congress have left the agency so cash-strapped that Commissioner John Koskinen doesn’t bother sugarcoating the state of customer service. “It’s … Continue reading

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The fraud of liberatarism

So the curly-haired junior senator from Kentucky announced his candidacy and news organizations are taking his declarations of libertarianism without a squeal. He’s a libertarian who thinks that gay marriage not only represents a “moral crisis” but a harbinger of … Continue reading

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A Christian on the sidelines is a Christian not going forth.

As Erick Erickson splutters about Moloch like Allen Ginsburg and Canada like Stan’s mother in “South Park,” let me remind him that Canada has no Bill of Rights and no jurisprudence that for more than a hundred fifty years limited … Continue reading

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