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June 2012

If this reopens old wounds, too bad. Rick Santorum's hiding act is wearing thin. Newt is out there all the time helping to pound on the Obama record. The supposedly bitter Newt is proving himself to be the class act his supporters always knew him to be....

This time Aaron Walker, the same day he won his freedom from the gag order. Someone called the police and said he shot his wife, and the police went the the house heavily armed. It's not just SWATing, it's attempted murder in practice if not in law. More...

Drudge ran a classic headline today regarding the decision of the Department of Homeland Security to suspend all existing cooperation agreements with Arizona in light of the Supreme Court's unanimous upholding of §2(B), permitting authorities to check the immigration status of persons otherwise lawfully detained: While...

Michael Patrick Leahy rolls out the second in his series of four posts on the investigation -- or meaningful lack thereof -- into allegations of "scientific misconduct" and misleading use of data contained in a scathing review of Warren's book,  As We Forgive Our Debtors: Bankruptcy and...

Via Patterico (h/t Instapundit and readers): Aaron tells me by phone that the word is Judge Rupp signed the order, modifying the peace order against Aaron to let him speak publicly about Kimberlin. P.S. There is a very interesting aspect of Kimberlin’s response that I will be...

For you know what. In case you were not around this weekend, be sure to take a look at: Elizabeth Warren goes Alinsky on Cherokee women (Rule 12) “Walk Down the Aisle with Barack” contest (it was just a joke, but hit a little too close to home apparently) Swormy MSNBC (or...

This is a GUEST POST from friend of the blog SGLawrence, who is vacationing in upstate New York this summer: I was driving on Route 209 through Ellenville, New York in the Catskills on Saturday, June 23, 2012, when I noticed a gentleman sitting all alone in...

From Keith Burgess-Jackson, in April 2010 (hey, I just saw it, but it's timeless): Two comments on the Tea Party movement. First, progressives refer to its members as angry. This is an attempt to replace a cognitive state (belief) with an affective state (anger), and thereby...

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