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  • Love Thine Enemy: James Rosen v. The DoJ

    It’s easy to hate James Rosen. As one of the merchants of bullshit over at Fox News’ stuffed-shirt, good ol’ boy White House press club, he’s been working to dismantle the Obama Administration one ‘scandal’ at a time for ages now. Being that nobody likes second-term sore losers, it’s only natural not to feel too…

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  • CNN’s ‘Agent Orange’ Turkey Shoot

    I’m sure many of you have heard about what’s been happening in Turkey as of late: one of the largest anti-government riots in the past decade began on Friday, May 31st, after a peaceful sit-in at Istanubul’s Taksim Square against a proposed redevelopment plan turned violent when police came in to break up the encampment….

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  • Kiera Wilmot’s Asterix*

    It’s nice to report some good news every once in a while: Kiera Wilmot, the teenage girl who was expelled, arrested, and charged with two felonies in April for conducting an unauthorized science experiment on school grounds, will not face any criminal charges after all, according to a report in the The Orlando Sentinel. Her…

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  • The Syrian Dilemma: Chemical Weapons and U.S. Action

    Claiming that al-Nusra’s weapons are the ‘wrong hands’ implies that Assad’s are the ‘right hands.’ This is the same thing we said about Saddam Hussein until he deployed them against the Kurds in northern Iraq. Of course, we can’t really draw that comparison publicly since several of the components of Saddam’s chemical weapons were manufactured in New Jersey, and sent to Baghdad by the U.S.

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  • Kids Being Kids or … Terrorists?

    Kids will be kids … unless we think they’re terrorists. Then they’re definitely terrorists. I’m sure many of you have heard of Kiera Wilmot by now; she’s the 16-year-old high school student from Florida who was expelled and subsequently arrested on Tuesday for performing an unsupervised chemistry experiment that resulted in a small explosion. The…

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