Monthly Archives: January 2010

Nancy will give it to you, good and hard

One way or another… As always, just the thought of having someone like her deciding how my health care goes down makes my teeth hurt.

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Neuhaus on MLK

Correction: Sorry about the link, if you tried it. I’ve fixed it. Written in 2002, it’s a long look back at King and some of his biographers, including Ralph Abernathy. Worth your time.

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“Dangerous atmosphere”

John Kerry thinks there’s one around Scott Brown’s campaign. I don’t think that requires any further comment.

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Too slow in Haiti

That’s my call on the response time. Way too slow. I’m not faulting anyone on the ground who is actually there doing the work. I’m talking about the response time in getting them there. It’s possible that I’ll revise that … Continue reading

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A distinction too subtle for me

In the vid below David Horowitz explains that the Democrats of today are a party with two wings — crooks and communists — with a president who represents both wings.

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MSNBC gave this guy a talk show

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America awakens?

The American Revolution was fought for nothing if these people in power get what they want. I’m skeptical about the assertion the video makes at 0:47, but it would be nice if it turns out to be true. For one … Continue reading

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Martha Coakley’s ‘Crucible’

Dorothy Rabinowitz details Coakley’s late hit on the victims of a modern witch trial.

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You got that right

Vanderleun.

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Haiti

The International Red Cross is there, if you are looking for a safe place to contribute.

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Can Martha Coakley survive another week of public scrutiny?

She’s the Democratic Attorney General of Massachusetts who was set up as heir apparent to Ted Kennedy in the U.S. Senate. As a Democrat who has adequate name recognition and presents well as a person, she should have the contest … Continue reading

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Chris Matthews

Maybe it’s the result of his illnesses, but tonight he showed regressions to childhood that are difficult to interpret. In any case, it’s never easy to watch an adult acting like a ten-year-old who is pretending to be an adult. … Continue reading

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“The Democrats are now running naked through the streets”

Rush Limbaugh: Story #1: Could Dems Really Lose Kennedy’s Senate Seat? RUSH: It is really, really bad for the Democrats out there all over the country electorally. In Massachusetts, the pollsters are kind of coalescing around the idea that Martha … Continue reading

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The anti-gun syllogism

The Kingston Freeman (a daily paper published up the road from New Paltz) ran an editorial today that was essentially about “can’t we all agree that guns should be banned in the workplace.” But of course “we” can’t all agree … Continue reading

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Harry Reid: Obama is light-skinned enough and can talk white enough

I guess Harry’s two principal concerns about black candidates for high office were satisfied by Barack Obama. “Light-skinned?” Check (I guess). “Doesn’t have a negro dialect (unless he wants to)?” Check (and really, isn’t that the best of both worlds, … Continue reading

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State of play U.K.

More from Mark Steyn. I’m going to crib the whole post: An Englishman’s Home Is His Castle Dungeon [Mark Steyn] The motto of the Canadian Mounties is that they always get their man. The motto of the British police is … Continue reading

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