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21 Dec

Obama plays golf in Hawaii for Christmas. Here’s what another President does instead

With Christmas right around the corner, former President George W. Bush decided to do something special for a children’s hospital. Bush played Santa Claus for the kids at Children’s Medical Center of Dallas and handed out toys to kids who … Continue reading

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21 Dec

Settled science? The IPCC’s premature consensus is demonstrated by the Orbiting Carbon Observatory

Tim Ball: From the start, Richard Lindzen, former professor of meteorology at MIT, said about the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) anthropogenic global warming (AGW) hypothesis: The consensus was reached before the research had even begun. The IPCC virtually ignored … Continue reading

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21 Dec

Stories Liberals Tell: How Conservatives Can Win Back the Culture

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21 Dec

The Knives Come Out for Senators Cruz and Lee

Andrew C. McCarthy: Last weekend, Senators Ted Cruz and Mike Lee forced every senator to vote, on the public record, regarding the constitutionality of President Obama’s unilateral decree of effective amnesty for millions of illegal aliens. The resulting Republican establishment … Continue reading

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21 Dec

Will Dems who blamed Palin for Giffords attack refuse a ‘conversation’ about NYC shootings?

Noah Rothman: Jazz already wrote the definitive take on the grisly execution-style shooting of two New York City police officers and the role that irresponsible commentary from elected leaders – particularly Mayor Bill de Blasio – might have played in … Continue reading

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21 Dec

Cuba and the ‘State of Palestine’

Shoshana Bryen: They arrest you for having an opinion – any that isn’t theirs.  They arrest you for demanding elections; the last thing they want is to know you want different leadership.  They arrest you for having a Facebook page … Continue reading

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20 Dec

The Contradiction That Rules Feminism

Harvey C. Mansfield: Feminism in the universities is nothing new. The movement had its start among intellectuals outside universities—Simone de Beauvoir in Paris, Betty Friedan in America—but soon made its way to academia. Feminism was able to change American society … Continue reading

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20 Dec

Two NYPD cops executed in Brooklyn, suspect suicides

Jazz Shaw: We need to summon up our prayers for the families, friends and colleagues of two as yet unidentified New York City police officers who were murdered execution style in a most cowardly fashion in Brooklyn this afternoon. The … Continue reading

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20 Dec

97 Articles Refuting The ‘97% Consensus’ on global warming

Watts Up With That: The 97% “consensus” study, Cook et al. (2013) has been thoroughly refuted in scholarly peer-reviewed journals, by major news media, public policy organizations and think tanks, highly credentialed scientists and extensively in the climate blogosphere. The … Continue reading

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20 Dec

What on earth is Rand Paul thinking in taking Obama’s side against Rubio on Cuba?

Allah: Noah already wrote a policy rebuttal to Paul’s position, which Paul elaborated on this afternoon in a new op-ed at Time. (The op-ed, unlike his tweets, doesn’t mention Rubio by name. Although it does approvingly cite … George W. … Continue reading

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