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So tell me about Richard Mourdock (Indiana)

Posted by  ▪  November 13, 2011

Richard Mourdock has been suggested by reader Listkeeper in the Tip Line as a possible Focus for his primary challenge to Richard Lugar.  He has the backing of the Indiana Tea Party. HuffPo says this is the only remaining Senate

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Occupy San Fran. protesters now carrying shivs

Posted by  ▪  November 13, 2011

The Occupy rallies are devolving into the equivalent of the prison yard, as reflected in multiple incidents around the country of rape and killing, and this story about the slashing of a San Francisco police officer with a type of shiv

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Politics makes strange …

Posted by  ▪  November 13, 2011

Thanks to reader and frequent photographer Lenny who writes: A van in a south St. Louis, Mo. grocery store parking lot. I cropped out the fun-house mirror effect.

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Debate Tweets and Video of the Night

Posted by  ▪  November 12, 2011

Here was my assessment: End Game – no clear winner. Cain exceeded expectations but only because expectations were low.  Perry redeemed himself but I doubt it will change perceptions.  Newt and Romney were both good, Newt scored his usual slap

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South Carolina Republican Debate

Posted by  ▪  November 12, 2011

End Game – no clear winner.  Cain exceeded expectations but only because expectations were low.  Perry redeemed himself but I doubt it will change perceptions.  Newt and Romney were both good, Newt scored his usual slap at the moderator and

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Saturday Night Card Game (Newt shows how to deal with the race card)

Posted by  ▪  November 12, 2011

This is the latest in a series on the use of the race card for political gain: Newt Gingrich has made headlines and gained supporters at the debates by taking on the media moderators, challenging the assumptions in their questions, and

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About Cain’s accuser’s fiancé

Posted by  ▪  November 12, 2011

You remember the fiancé of Sharon Bialek, the one who lent credibility to her story because, although he was not involved with her 15 years ago, he was the proof the mainstream media used to prove that Bialek was financially

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Outside of a small circle of Penn State football friends

Posted by  ▪  November 12, 2011

The Penn State football scandal is the Kitty Genovese scandal of our time. Of all the unimaginable things, can you imagine a 28 year old walking in on a child rape in progress and doing nothing to stop it? I don’t

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OccupyCornell, part two.

Posted by  ▪  November 12, 2011

I, alongside my friends from the libertarian and Republican clubs, went to the OccupyCornell weekly meeting yesterday afternoon. It was a tremendous departure from the “real” OccupyWallStreet and, thus, far more tolerable. However, it was still pretty pathetic. Here’s why:

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I’m beginning to like these Herman Cain internet ads

Posted by  ▪  November 12, 2011

I don’t know whether the chalk this up to the Google algorithm, Cain campaign strategery, or just luck, but how great is it to have a Herman Cain internet ad appear on Phil Och’s mocking Love Me, I’m A Liberal song at

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What Milton Friedman would say to Occupy Wall Street

Posted by  ▪  November 12, 2011

I know I played this before, I just can’t find the post.  Maybe it was a Video of the Day. Thanks to commenter Windbag in the Tip Line:

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#OccupyCorzine

Posted by  ▪  November 12, 2011

Spotted by a student reader of LI in a Cornell parking lot:

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Sell out Taiwan for debt forgiveness – Possibly the most vile NY Times Op-Ed ever

Posted by  ▪  November 11, 2011

Although scholars of the history of the NY Times Op-Ed pages may be able to find a more vile Op-Ed, I dare them. From Paul Kane, a suggestion that the United States sell-out Taiwan to China in exchange for forgiveness of

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“Your corrupt biased mainstream media” Cartoon of the Day

Posted by  ▪  November 11, 2011

From Jim Treacher (h/t @MichelleMalkin):

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