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Ontarian insurrection

Posted by  ▪  June 4, 2012

Spotted in Ithaca on a car with Ontario plates:

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White/Jewish

Posted by  ▪  June 3, 2012

Not a JDate ad, a new “minority classification” at the City University of New York, and some who prefer to stick with preexisting minority classifications are not happy: Touting a move to make its faculty more diverse, CUNY administrators have 

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Desperation wearing a cheesehead hat

Posted by  ▪  June 3, 2012

Desperate times give rise to desperate actions, and we just witnessed one of the most bumbled desperation passes since someone forgot the history of typewriter fonts. Why bother with the accustion, let’s just get to the most enjoyable images of

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Good job

Posted by  ▪  June 3, 2012

When someone in the blogosphere does a good job on a story, and goes places no one else has gone with it, he or she deserves credit, and at least a shout out. Robert Stacy McCain is still on the Brett Kimberlin/Aaron Walker

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Walker supporters reach out to union members, targeting bosses instead

Posted by  ▪  June 3, 2012

Wisconsin is abuzz with activity in anticipation of Tuesday’s Recall election, and many Tea Party and conservative leaders are ensuring the message gets out that this is not a battle against the union members themselves. Nancy Milholland, who organized yesterday’s

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Elizabeth Warren: Exposing me for who I am means you’re nasty

Posted by  ▪  June 3, 2012

Elizabeth Warren is the Democratic Party nominee for Senate, after party leaders twisted arms to make sure Marisa DeFranco did not make the primary ballot. Warren may have become the nominee, but she’s still not Native American. Whereas prior to May 2012 one

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The Nanny

Posted by  ▪  June 3, 2012

I posted previously about Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s large sugary soda ban plan, The never-ending cycle of nanny government. The Center for Consumer Freedom placed this full page ad in The New York Times yesterday:

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Sunday morning music

Posted by  ▪  June 3, 2012

Featuring commenter LukeHandCool’s daughter.  She must have a beautiful mother.

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The One

Posted by  ▪  June 3, 2012

From reader Tom who spotted this in the parking lot of an Einstein Bros. Bagels and Starbucks in Chevy Chase, Maryland:

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No card game tonight, but some notable links

Posted by  ▪  June 2, 2012

I’ve enjoyed covering the blog for much of the day today while the Professor was out. Since there’s no Saturday Night Card Game tonight, here are a couple of links to stories from the day that we didn’t get a

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Dems need to learn: Ignoring it doesn’t make it go away

Posted by  ▪  June 2, 2012

While it isn’t a new strategy, it seems as if the left has recently been ratcheting up its utilization of the stonewalling tactic when confronted by high profile controversy. Elizabeth Warren, who continues to show no signs of ever engaging

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Obama numbers slipping in latest poll

Posted by  ▪  June 2, 2012

In the latest CNN Presidential poll, Romney is trailing President Obama by just 3 points, making him within the statistical margin of error for the sampling. The new numbers mean that the President has dropped 6 points in a little

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Results of Massachusetts Democratic Convention (Update: Dem Delegates knock DeFranco off ballot, hand nomination to Warren)

Posted by  ▪  June 2, 2012

Results are trickling in. I’m having trouble finding any webpages with official results as of this moment, but the Twittersphere has reported that Elizabeth Warren received 95.77% of the vote. If this is confirmed, Warren will have successfully secured the

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Just letting you know your neighbors’ political contributions

Posted by  ▪  June 2, 2012

Ann Althouse (via Instapundit) has a post about a mailer she received from a pro-Recall group in Wisconsin telling her which of her neighbors voted and which did not in the past several years.  Althouse’s reaction: This is an effort to shame

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