Publication: American Spectator

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Cliven Bundy and Choosing Our Battles Carefully

Nevada cattle rancher Cliven Bundy, who has become a cause célèbre  among many conservatives over the past few weeks, made national headlines on Thursday for making comments about African-Americans being better off under slavery. Conservative commentators ... [Published American Spectator - 1 hour ago]
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Women’s Confidence Gap

Journalists Claire Shipman (wife of Presidential Press Secretary Jay Carney, senior national correspondent for ABC’s Good Morning America , and regular contributor to T his Week with George Stephanopoulos) and Katty Kay (anchor for BBC World News America) ... [Published American Spectator - 22 hours ago]
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Some Advice for Michael Pineda

Today, MLB  suspended  New York Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda for 10 games after he was ejected from last night's game against the Boston Red Sox after being found with pine tar on his neck. Pineda was using this pine tar to doctor the baseball. He might ... [Published American Spectator - 2 hours ago]
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David Cameron’s Christian Britain

Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron is enjoying some controversy for again hailing Britain as a Christian nation.It came most recently after a Downing Street Easter reception for church leaders, similar to receptions Cameron’s held for Muslim and Hindu ... [Published American Spectator - 22 hours ago]
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What's the Matter With Rand Paul?

The generally likable winner of the CPAC straw poll who hates the NSA and has garnered support from college-aged libertarians has taken a turn for the worse.First, despite his clear pro-life beliefs, Rand Paul implied he has little or no intention of ... [Published American Spectator - 11 hours ago]
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Baby Incineration Reaches American Soil

What kind of world are we living in?The British Columbia Health Ministry has admitted that the remains of babies destroyed by abortion in [British Columbia] facilities are ending up in a waste-to-power facility in the United States, providing electricity ... [Published American Spectator - 14 hours ago]
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Austerity Saves Great Britain

All right, not quite. But knowing how much heartburn Paul Krugman will suffer if he reads that headline makes it worthwhile.I’ve noted before how Britain’s supposed fiscal austerity is nothing of the sort, consisting of tax increases and mere cuts to ... [Published American Spectator - 11 hours ago]
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Just Stay Home, Michelle and Eric

In a span of less than two hours, we have two delicious news stories of similar flavor:Michelle Obama scraps graduation speech after protestsHolder cancels speech, appearance in OKC amid angry protestsIsn't it wonderful to finally hear of protests against ... [Published American Spectator - 11 hours ago]
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Mark Udall's Corrupt Keystone Bargain

At least that's how the folks at American Commitment put it.While I don't think attacks based on mysterious unknown billionaires are particularly effective, the new ad from American Commitment arguing that Colorado Senator Mark Udall has sold out Coloradoans ... [Published American Spectator - 14 hours ago]
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Ross on NPR Today

At 12:05 PM here in Colorado (11:05 AM Pacific, 2:05 PM Eastern, and you should be able to figure out Chicago time), I'll be joining Warren Olney's national NPR show, " To The Point " (with guest host Barbara Bogaev ) in order to debate an outspoken anti-capitalist ... [Published American Spectator - 15 hours ago]
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The Big Conundrum of Small Government

In Washington, it is never too early to discuss who will next reside in the White House. But the real question is not who; it's what he will do there. Could even a President Paul, Lee, or Cruz accomplish the dramatic downsizing of government that we need? ... [Published American Spectator - 22 hours ago]
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Democrats’ Snoopy Dancing

The other day I came across an article on CNN entitled , “Why are Some Democrats Running Away from Obamacare?,” a truly comical piece that would be even funnier were it not mere cheerleading disguised as analysis. And cheerleading is desperately needed ... [Published American Spectator - 22 hours ago]

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...no matter how distant, had actually buried his nose in the froth with the Bard himself, even if all The Great One ever said to my cousin was, "It's your round, you naughty varlet."
"Much progress has been made over the past 15 years in challenging discriminatory policies based on race preferences and moving toward colorblind government. Today’s ruling preserves this foundation and is a clear signal that states are moving in the right direction when they do away with policies that treat people differently based on race, gender, ethnicity or skin color.”"
... Nonetheless, he says that environmentalists are justly  "demanding that an existing set of political and economic interests be forced to say goodbye to trillions of dollars of wealth. It is impossible to point to any precedent other than abolition." The Keystone XLKeystone XL pipeline project must be halted at all costs, says Hayes, but more than that, oil companies should be forced to stop searching...
...the cynic in me thinks that this is because such a focus gives cover for the redistributive policies that our friends on the left favor these days. "Who cares that the rich bear by far the greatest share of the tax burden" liberals ask us. "They don't pay their 'fair share...

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Cliven Bundy and Choosing Our Battles Carefully [Published American Spectator - 1 hour ago]
Some Advice for Michael Pineda [Published American Spectator - 2 hours ago]
Just Stay Home, Michelle and Eric [Published American Spectator - 11 hours ago]
What's the Matter With Rand Paul? [Published American Spectator - 11 hours ago]
Austerity Saves Great Britain [Published American Spectator - 11 hours ago]
Mark Udall's Corrupt Keystone Bargain [Published American Spectator - 14 hours ago]
Baby Incineration Reaches American Soil [Published American Spectator - 14 hours ago]
Ross on NPR Today [Published American Spectator - 15 hours ago]
Greens Are Reds [Published American Spectator - 22 hours ago]
Women’s Confidence Gap [Published American Spectator - 22 hours ago]
Democrats’ Snoopy Dancing [Published American Spectator - 22 hours ago]
The Big Conundrum of Small Government [Published American Spectator - 22 hours ago]
Jeb Bush and the GOP Donor Problem [Published American Spectator - 22 hours ago]
David Cameron’s Christian Britain [Published American Spectator - 22 hours ago]
The Beer Spectator: Why Drink Cheap Lagers? [Published American Spectator - Apr 23 2014]
Reason #1450986 to Dislike the IRS [Published American Spectator - Apr 23 2014]
Unlikely Bedfellows: Slavers and Frackers [Published American Spectator - Apr 23 2014]
GOP Hasn't Surrendered on Obamacare [Published American Spectator - Apr 23 2014]
Happy Birthday Bill [Published American Spectator - Apr 23 2014]
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Chinese Lives [Published American Spectator - Apr 23 2014]
Much Ado About Voting [Published American Spectator - Apr 23 2014]
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Albert Pujols Hits 500th Home Run [Published American Spectator - Apr 23 2014]
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Rand Paul is Right on National Security and Debt [Published American Spectator - Apr 22 2014]
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