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Big conservative blogger leaves big politically correct law firm, returns to big blog

Posted by  ▪  April 21, 2012
Recall my prior post, Big Law Firm Takes Down Big Conservative Blogger, about how Paul Mirengoff of Power Line Blog was forced by his big law firm stop blogging after a blog post Mirengoff made after the Tucson shooting memorial service, in which the service was opened with a prayer, of sorts,…
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Hands that fed Obama campaign finally tired of being bitten

Posted by  ▪  April 21, 2012
One of the many enduring myths and legends of the Obama 2008 victory is that Obama’s record-breaking fundraising came from small donors.  Perpetuating the false impression that small donors are Obama’s base is a priority of the Obama campaign, which now focuses on running low cost ($5, $3) dinner raffles to run up the number of…
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Cry baby

Posted by  ▪  April 21, 2012
From reader J: I work on the north side of Milwaukee, WI. I was behind this car on my way home from work last night. I think it says it all… The uber liberals never cease to amaze me with their transparency. I’ll keep my eyes open for more gems. It’s an incredible (and…
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Andrew Breitbart died of natural causes

Posted by  ▪  April 20, 2012
From the Breitbart.com website: The office of the Los Angeles County coroner has completed its investigation into the death of Andrew Breitbart on March 1, and has confirmed that he died of natural causes, namely heart failure. Chief Coroner Investigator Craig Harvey told Breitbart News that the final autopsy report would be released…
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Catchy tune of the Dog Days of April

Posted by  ▪  April 20, 2012
Song of the Day (via Quiznilo in the Tip Line) Another catchy tune. Image of the Day (via Browndog in the comments) Don’t believe the liberal media of the day. Yes, it it possible to go too far on the internet. Tax Day of the day. Embrace of the day (via Browndog in the Tip Line) They hate…
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Gloom and doom at chances of defeating Scott Walker

Posted by  ▪  April 20, 2012
or a way to motivate the opposition to Walker? You be the judge.  The argument is that anti-Walker forces, particularly the younger newer voters, just aren’t motivated. From Wade Rathke, founder of ACORN, Huge Obstacles to Beating Scott Walker in Wisconsin Recall: The life-and-death struggle in Wisconsin to turn back the radical and sweeping…
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Ron Paul at Cornell

Posted by  ▪  April 20, 2012
Last night, Ron Paul delivered a speech to over 4,000 people at Cornell’s Lynah Rink. Naturally, I was part of the audience – it’s not every day that a presidential candidate comes to Cornell and it’s even rarer that I don’t have any homework in the evening. I have seen Ron Paul…
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Zimmerman bail hearing

Posted by  ▪  April 20, 2012
Here is George Zimmerman’s testimony at the bail hearing this morning. I find it very curious as to why he took the stand at all, other than for publicity and to start reshaping his image for potential jurors.  While the cross-examination was limited, you can see the dangers of putting a defendant…
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Anti-Israel sentiments in higher education: Not just for the Ivy League

Posted by  ▪  April 20, 2012
This blog has often highlighted the pervasive anti-Israel sentiments present in the higher education system of this country. Last month, Cornell Professor of Physics, Yuval Grossman, wrote a guest post here regarding a pro-Palestinian Cornell student group attempting to orchestrate a boycott against a Technion-Cornell collaborative project. Technion is the oldest and…
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Taking over the institutions, just like Saul Alinsky wanted

Posted by  ▪  April 20, 2012
Coverage emerged yesterday of a recent conference held by Al Sharpton’s National Action Network (NAN) in Washington, DC. Among the breakout sessions, one entitled “The Church: Becoming Spiritually Fed and Feeding the Hungry” appears to have been especially ineptly titled given the actual content conveyed: The panel had little to do with…
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Zimmerman head photo bloodies those who politicized the case (Update: Zimmerman to be released on bail)

Posted by  ▪  April 20, 2012
I suspected this day would come, when all of those who jumped to politically driven conclusions about injuries or not to George Zimmerman would have to confront actual evidence. So now the Martin family attorney who went on television to proclaim Zimmerman a liar about suffering head injuries will go back on…
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Dick Lugar at risk of losing Senate seat and reputation

Posted by  ▪  April 20, 2012
Dick Lugar has the reputation, deserved or not, of being the gentleman of the Senate, a now-grandfatherly figure who is well-liked personally if not politically. Lugar now is in the political fight of his life against Richard Mourdock.  Lugar is fighting back, as I pointed out previously, with blatantly false accusations calling Mourdock a…
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I don’t know how much more of this positivity I can take

Posted by  ▪  April 20, 2012
Considering some of the bumper stickers on this car, I wonder what the owner considers negativity. One person’s positivity is another person’s negativity, I guess. Spotted in Ithaca not too far from my house:
 

Sniper rifle manufacturer alleges political bias by Bank of America

Posted by  ▪  April 19, 2012
McMillan International and its affiliates, based in Arizona, manufacture a variety of rifles and accessories, including highly regarding sniper rifles. A reader called to my attention a Facebook post by McMillan alleging that Bank of America terminated its lending relationship for political reasons based on McMillan’s involvement with firearms manufacturing.  The post is…
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