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Archive for April, 2012

Robert Wright: A cautionary tale of journalistic ignorance.

According to his bio at The Atlantic, Robert Wright:  …is a senior editor at The Atlantic and the author, most recently, of The Evolution of God, a New York Times bestseller and a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. Wright is also a fellow at the New America Foundation and editor in chief of His other books include Nonzero, which was named […]

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Huffington Rips Obama’s Bin Laden Grandstanding

I have to admit that I didn’t see this coming, but apparently you can go too far in your campaign, and  even for a dedicated progressive like Arianna Huffington. Arianna Huffington, founder and editor-in-chief of the The Huffington Post, called the Obama campaign’s decision to tout the assassination of Osama bin Laden in a campaign […]

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So you want to own a gun…

Part two of the series of articles I’m writing for PJ Media has posted, and readers so far seem to think I’m offering decent advice. Obviously, I’m doing something wrong…

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MSM continues to shill for Obama Admin by lying about Mexican gun trace data

Jordy Yager is just the latest in a long line of “journalists” that have enjoyed playing the lying-by-omission game in regards to Mexican gun trace data, parroting a version of the Obama Administration’s failed 90-percent lie. Here’s Yager lying in the lede: Nearly 70 percent of all guns found in Mexico came from the U.S. […]

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House GOP signals contempt charges for Attorney General Holder

The big question of course, is whether or not this is just grandstanding, or a real attempt to hold the Obama Administration accountable for a program of government-sanctioned mass murder in the pursuit of a  political policy. Republican House leaders have drafted a proposed contempt of Congress citation against Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr. […]

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