Oh, lapdog. Bless your precious heart. Spin! Spin like the wind! Wave those Obama pom-poms madly! Inskeep appears to be desperately latching on to this “insight” from Dartmouth assistant professor Brendan Nyhan: Political Scientist Brendan Nyhan's analysis on why the time is ripe for an Obama scandal & you'll be surprised bit.ly/142hFZ8— Catherine Shuler (@rhetoricat) […]
So lowering the blood alcohol limit is an unacceptable intrusion by the Nanny State (even though doing so probably would save lives). Gun control, on the other hand, is positively wonderful (even though the right to bear arms, unlike the right to drive, is protected by the U.S. Constitution): And nationalizing one-seventh of the economy in the name […]
No one is arguing that Acevdeo doesn't enjoy the same First Amendment rights as other citizens. The point is simply that it is unseemly for a high-ranking public official to address critics in such a harsh, vitriolic manner.
Saratoga Springs, Utah, mayor Mia Love narrowly lost to Democrat Jim Matheson in Utah’s 4th congressional district in 2012. But she’s back again, hoping to win in 2014. Her supporters took to Twitter to wish her well and pledge their support: Now @MiaBLove up to standing applause. #Utpol #utgop— Daniel Burton (@PubliusDB) May 18, 2013 Mayor […]
That’s what Murdoch tweeted in response to a question from Newsday’s Josh Greenman about getting rid of the charitable deduction. Greenman’s question was prompted by Murdoch’s logic-challenged tweet yesterday linking the IRS scandal to the need for a flat tax and elimination of all deductions. We suspect that the number of major charitable organizations supporting Murdoch’s […]
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