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“truly frightening. Truly.”

Posted by  ▪  February 16, 2012
For everyone who says that under no circumstances would they vote for a particular Republican candidate if that person were the nominee, ponder this list of potential Obama nominee replacements for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in a second Obama term. Be sure to go far down the list to some politicians who are…
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The Times of Israel

Posted by  ▪  February 16, 2012
A new online newspaper launched by David Horovitz (former Editor in Chief of The Jerusalem Post, not David Horowitz of FrontPage Mag), via Honest Reporting (h/t Anneipt). The Times of Israel represents a determined effort, by a team of skilled, committed journalists, to report Israel, the region and the Jewish world accurately…
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Mitt, Rick and Ron to Georgia: Drop Dead

Posted by  ▪  February 16, 2012
CNN has cancelled a scheduled March 1 debate in Georgia just ahead of Super Tuesday after Romney, followed by Santorum and Paul, announced they would not participate. This makes perfect sense, of course.  Why should Republican candidates pay respect to the heart of the South, a region which will be key to…
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Hoekstra ad actress recants and begs forgiveness

Posted by  ▪  February 16, 2012
I previously posted regarding Pete Hoekstra’s commercial about jobs being shipped to China, and the cries of racism because an Asian woman played the role of an Asian woman in China in the commercial. The woman’s identity was outed by a blog called Angry Asian Man, which noted what was about to…
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Florida Republicans seek to shield Allen West redistricting documents

Posted by  ▪  February 16, 2012
I posted in late January about the redistricting of Allen West by the Republican controlled Florida legislature, including reports from the Florida blog The Shark Tank (which won Best State-Level Blog at CPAC this year) that West specifically was targeted. Republicans in control of the process denied targeting West, asserting that changes…
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No couch in video

Posted by  ▪  February 16, 2012
So it’s okay.  (h/t Terri in Tip Line) The point is not that there’s anything wrong with it, but the hypocrisy (which applies even more to Romney) is dripping, considering how Newt was raked over the coals for a video with Nancy Pelosi which did not endorse any specific legislation or result…
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Voting with their ….

Posted by  ▪  February 16, 2012
As the pro-Obama media pushes harder and harder to make race the issue as to every policy dispute, race actually is becoming less and less an issue in society, Intermarriage rates soar as stereotypes fall: According to the Pew study, about 15 percent of new marriages in 2010 crossed racial or ethnic lines,…
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He can stay

Posted by  ▪  February 16, 2012
Just not the other guy. From reader Philip: Here is one I think you will find different yet just as disturbing and nauseating as all the other pro-Obama stickers, Prof. It’s in San Diego. Great blog. You deserve more credit for all the work you do fighting for all the right causes. When…
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100,000-200,000 ficticious Wisconsin voters can’t be wrong

Posted by  ▪  February 15, 2012
Signature checkers are on track to find between 100,000-200,000 invalid signatures on WI Recall petitions, out of approximately 1 million submitted.  It’s too little to stop the recall election being certified, but is a good indication of massive fraud. IBD rhetorically asks, Why Do Democrats Want to Protect Voter Fraud?  I will rhetorically answer: Because they’re so…
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The Museum Fairness Act of 2012

Posted by  ▪  February 15, 2012
I propose that the House and Senate pass, and the President sign into law with the simultaneous appointment of a Museum Czar, The Museum Fairness Act of 2012, to address the concerns of a severely museum-deprived minority. This is America.  Everyone deserves a fair shot at getting a museum.
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Be (not) nice to Rick day

Posted by  ▪  February 15, 2012
It must be great to be Rick Santorum running against Mitt Romney. By the time Mitt gets to you, after Mike H., John M. and Newt G., all of the sudden there is grave concern that Mitt will not be nice.  What’s that saying, it’s better to be lucky than good? Via Bill…
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Dem Campaign 2012 – “you could have had it all”

Posted by  ▪  February 15, 2012
By a clear majority, Americans support getting free stuff over not getting free stuff. And once established, getting free stuff becomes a basic right, and a part of the Democratic Party platform.  We cannot win the free stuff war. How to pay for the free stuff is someone else’s problem.  Until someone else runs…
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Is The Dersh the last courageous liberal?

Posted by  ▪  February 15, 2012
One of my big regrets is not making more of a connection with Alan Dershowitz while in law school. I didn’t take any of his classes, but I did have some interaction with him since he was the faculty advisor to the Jewish Law Students Association.  We called him “The Dersh.” In the early…
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Woulda coulda shoulda

Posted by  ▪  February 15, 2012
We are still counting the cost of the Great Mistake, as he pushes hard on the pedal as the debt cliff approaches. From Linda, taken at the Lowe’s parking lot in Nashville, TN, a melancholy look back at what might have been:
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