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Splitting Hairs: What’s Hillary Up To?

Posted by  ▪  May 24, 2012

Splitting Hairs: What’s Hillary Up To?

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5/24/2012 at 3:37pm
Hillary’s hair color–and length–have been changing over time. Is it splitting hairs to ask what this might mean? With the news that Biden’s not polling so well in several swing states, it’s tempting to take a look at any signals we can glean from Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as to her…
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Hello-Hello Scott Brown, a/k/a The Elizabeth Warren Accountability Project

Posted by  ▪  May 24, 2012

Hello-Hello Scott Brown, a/k/a The Elizabeth Warren Accountability Project

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5/24/2012 at 12:44pm
Will Elizabeth Warren escape accountability for telling what at best were tall tales and at worst lies about her Cherokee heritage? Will Warren get away with using her mystical heritage strategically to advance her career in a crafty way which provided her with (im)plausible deniability? Will the use and abuse of the Cherokee…
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A headline so obsequious even NY Times had to change it

Posted by  ▪  May 24, 2012

A headline so obsequious even NY Times had to change it

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5/24/2012 at 9:54am
Remember that Indelible Image of a Boy’s Pat on Obama’s Head? You know, the one that was so indelible that no one remembered it, and the NY Times felt compelled to remind you how indelible it was with a headline “Indelible Image of Boy’s Pat on Obama’s Head.” Memeorandum capatured the headline, as did…
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Is conservative blogger in Georgia another victim of “lawfare”?

Posted by  ▪  May 24, 2012

Is conservative blogger in Georgia another victim of “lawfare”?

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5/24/2012 at 8:30am
While the conservative blogosphere is focused on Brett Kimberlin, there is another instance of possible “lawfare” which deserves attention. Roughly three weeks ago a lawsuit alleging defamation against a conservative blogger was filed in the Superior Court of Fulton County, Georgia. The claim was brought by Georgia Democratic Party Political Director, Rashad Richey,…
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Sample ballot found already filled out

Posted by  ▪  May 24, 2012

Sample ballot found already filled out

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5/24/2012 at 7:00am
the right way. From frequent photographer Ulises: I was not aware that such subversive speech against the dear leader was allowed in deep blue Maryland…this was taken in a gift shop in the Inner Harbor in Baltimore.
 

This Pow Wow Chow thing is paying off for me

Posted by  ▪  May 23, 2012

This Pow Wow Chow thing is paying off for me

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5/23/2012 at 8:21pm
I’m sorry I have neglected promoting items from the Tip Line, it’s just that I’ve been preoccupied with coaxing the genealogy from the bottle.  And staring at the sky waiting to see if a shoe drops from the heavens. Here are some items which deserve attention: An imporant story which deserves its own…
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Goodbye to the second Fitzgerald that tried to clean up Illinois

Posted by  ▪  May 23, 2012

Goodbye to the second Fitzgerald that tried to clean up Illinois

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5/23/2012 at 5:25pm
Patrick Fitzgerald, U.S. Attorney for northern Illinois, announced his resignation today after more than ten years of service to that state. His tenure was remarkable not only for what he accomplished–his prosecutions put away two governors (Blagojevich and Ryan), uncovered political corruption at all levels of Illinois government, went after organized…
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How do Zimmerman prosecutors prove case when key witnesses now have reasonable doubts?

Posted by  ▪  May 23, 2012

How do Zimmerman prosecutors prove case when key witnesses now have reasonable doubts?

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5/23/2012 at 2:30pm
The Orlando Sentinel reports that several witnesses have changed their stories from the initial interviews, mostly (but not completely) to the detriment of George Zimmerman: Evidence released last week in the second-degree-murder case against George Zimmerman shows four key witnesses made major changes in what they say they saw and heard the…
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Too bad, Limbaugh ratings not plunging

Posted by  ▪  May 23, 2012

Too bad, Limbaugh ratings not plunging

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5/23/2012 at 11:45am
I really urge you to take a look at the Twitter hastag #StopRush, it’s one of the more depressing places on the internet; one can’t help but feel sorry for people who spend their day tweeting obsessively the same things over and over again, day after day, when the rest of the…
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Palin’s support for Orrin Hatch is not new

Posted by  ▪  May 23, 2012

Palin’s support for Orrin Hatch is not new

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5/23/2012 at 10:43am
The big news last night was that Sarah Palin endorsed Orrin Hatch (video via HotAir): Many people are acting surprised.  But Palin’s support is not new, as this video from August 2011 indicates, although calling it a formal “endorsement’ may be new: I set forth my position on April 23: I’m not jumping on…
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Was it a lie if Elizabeth Warren believed it?

Posted by  ▪  May 23, 2012

Was it a lie if Elizabeth Warren believed it?

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5/23/2012 at 9:07am
Blogger Bernie Quigly at The Hill, in what now is a classic, raises a novel defense, Elizabeth Warren’s true American lineage: Elizabeth Warren might be excused for wanting to be Native American. She can claim an old American soul, going back generations in Oklahoma. In  the heartland it is almost universal for those…
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Bumper sticker pride parade

Posted by  ▪  May 23, 2012

Bumper sticker pride parade

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5/23/2012 at 7:00am
From reader Nate, sent on May 13: I’m a regular reader of your blog, and love the bumper sticker page. Here is my contribution. Yesterday was the gay pride march in Northampton, MA which made for great opportunities for bumper sticker photos. Sure enough, here is the obligatory “car covered in…
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The 100,000

Posted by  ▪  May 22, 2012

The 100,000

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5/22/2012 at 9:34pm
At 8:31 p.m. Eastern tonight we received the 100,000th comment, by Oregon Mike, who hasn’t been a frequent commenter here but has been commenting since July 2011. 100,000 isn’t a lot for many blogs, where the use of third-party software like Disqus encourages free-for-alls.  I probably could up page views significantly with such software,…
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Pep talk, redux

Posted by  ▪  May 22, 2012

Pep talk, redux

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5/22/2012 at 8:03pm
Still liking this pep talk from March 22, 2010: Last night was bad. The law passed by the Senate and House really is that horrible. But it’s the morning after, and your mourning should be over. The mainstream media and the nutroots will try to demoralize you, and there will be plenty of gloat…
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Harvard Law succeeds in taking down anti-Holder Fast and Furious protest website

Posted by  ▪  May 22, 2012

Harvard Law succeeds in taking down anti-Holder Fast and Furious protest website

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5/22/2012 at 5:24pm
This is an update to my post yesterday regarding the protest organized against Eric Holder’s visit to Harvard Law School tomorrow, specifically his stonewalling the Fast and Furious investigations.  The protest was organized by a website using the name Harvard Law Unbound which has been operating since early April. Despite the fact…
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Mia B. Love – “One of the 10 most important races in the country this year”

Posted by  ▪  May 22, 2012

Mia B. Love – “One of the 10 most important races in the country this year”

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5/22/2012 at 5:04pm
It’s always interesting to see how the MSM covers a story we have been covering for several months, but the MSM acts amazed. This time it’s Mia B. Love, being interviewed by Jonathan Karl of ABC News: Mia Love is unlike any Congressional candidate ever — she is African-American, she is Mormon, and…
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Protect and support your local blogger

Posted by  ▪  May 22, 2012

Protect and support your local blogger

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5/22/2012 at 1:58pm
I posted some links over the weekend to the saga of Aaron Worthing (Walker) and someone named Brett Kimberlin.  I had never heard of Kimberlin before, or if I had it only was in connection with Walker’s continuing legal difficulties.  Apparently there is a long background of conflict between Kimberlin and…
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