News of the Week (December 7th, 2014)


News of the Week for December 7th, 2014


Obama Scandals


Watchdog reveals thousands of docs relating to disclosure of taxpayer data to White House
An IRS watchdog is acknowledging that thousands of documents related to requests between the White House and the tax agency for unauthorized tax information exist — but says it must withhold them all due to privacy concerns.

House Intelligence report fails to address key facts, questions in Benghazi scandal
The 37-page House Intelligence Committee report that was released late last week was widely cited by the mainstream media as clearing the Obama administration of wrongdoing in the Benghazi scandal.

Gun Rights


Rapper Faces Life in Prison for Album Cover
Like countless artists before him, San Diego-based rapper Brandon Duncan’s new album features a picture of a gun and bullets on its front cover. However Duncan, who raps under the name Tiny Doo, could be the first artist to go to jail for his choice of album art.

Newly-Elected GOP Senate Majority Must Repeal 1968 Handgun Purchase Ban
With January fast approaching and the newly-Republicans in the House and Senate about to take their seats, it seems fitting to point out a frivolous and burdensome gun control law the GOP needs repeal or amend — namely, the ban that forbids a law-abiding citizen from buying a handgun from a retailer in a state outside his or her state of residence.

Hide the Decline

Environment &
“Green Energy”


New, Legally Binding Treaty Emerges on First Day of UN’s Lima Climate Conference
At a United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change meeting in Lima, Peru, delegates from 196 parties are drafting a new legally binding treaty to replace the 1997 Kyoto Protocol that is to be completed next year in Paris, France. At the outset of negotiations, environmentalists are calling for the new treaty to mandate a cap and tax on greenhouse gas emissions to go into effect by 2020. And to eliminate the use of fossil fuels altogether by 2050.

Mann’s tree ring proxy train wreck
Eric Worrall writes: Mann’s thermometer spliced hockey stick has taken even more damage in the last few days, with Steve McIntyre helpfully providing reconstructions based on tree rings which demonstrate how, without the benefit of Mike’s scientifically dubious “nature trick”, the hockey stick simply disappears – tree rings demonstrably don’t correlate with temperature.


Government in Healthcare


Peak Number Of Americans Delaying Medical Care Over Costs
One in three Americans has put off seeking medical treatment in 2014 due to high costs, according to Gallup — the highest percentage since Gallup began asking the question in 2001.


War & Terror


Al Qaeda plot to blow up 5 passenger planes in Christmas ‘spectacular’
TERRORISTS are plotting to blow up five European passenger jets in a Christmas “spectacular”, security experts say.

75 Years Ago: Russia Invades Finland
Yesterday was the 75th anniversary of the start of the Winter War, when Soviet troops invaded Finland in a raw bid for territory. It was a David-versus-Goliath match-up, fought keenly over 105 days by the brave, resourceful, and overwhelmed Finns, but without the same result (although Russia suffered nearly five times the casualties).

ISIS Militants Claim They Have Produced ‘Dirty Bomb’ Using Stolen Radioactive Uranium
Islamic State militants are claiming that they have built a “dirty bomb” with radioactive uranium that was reportedly stolen from Mosul University after ISIS seized the city of Mosul in June.

Islamic militants attack Chechen capital; 20 dead
Police waged hours-long gunbattles with Islamic militants who attacked Chechnya’s capital Thursday, leaving at least 20 people dead and underscoring Russia’s vulnerability just as President Vladimir Putin used patriotic and religious imagery in his state-of-the-nation address to defend his standoff with the West.

White House Ignores Ongoing Cyber Massacre on US
The Obama administration has faced a larger threat of cyber attacks from foreign enemies than any administration before it, yet has demonstrated a continuing de facto policy in dealing with the onslaught of cyber attacks against our nation: doing nothing. Not only does our current administration mostly ignore the intrusions and sabotage entirely–they carry on like nothing ever happened.

Swiss photographer held hostage by Muslims for two years escapes by cutting captor’s throat
A Swiss wildlife photographer who was held hostage by Islamic extremists for more than two years has dramatically escaped to his freedom by cutting his captor’s throat with a machete.



Recount set to begin in Barber-McSally race
The state’s first-ever congressional recount begins this week in the nail-biter race between Republican Martha McSally and U.S. Rep. Ron Barber, D-Ariz.

Mostly Peaceful Black Panthers Planned to Bomb Gateway Arch and Murder St. Louis County Prosecutor
Well now, these riots are blowing up in Obama and Holder’s faces now, so to speak.

Conservative leaders gang up to block Jeb Bush, say he opposes Reaganism
Conservative leaders who had a hand in key Republican victories including Ronald Reagan’s presidency, the Contract with America and the birth of the Tea Party, are ganging up to oppose a Jeb Bush presidential bid, declaring him easier to beat than Bob Dole or John McCain.

Mostly Peaceful: St. Louis Man Beaten to Death With Hammers
Good luck finding this reported by the national media.

Minnesota Plans To Eliminate Gender Distinctions For High School Sports
Here are twelve reasons it’s a terrible idea to gender-bend school sports.

Poor Kids in Baltimore Have It Worse Than Those in Nigeria
A global survey of 15- to 19-year-olds living in vulnerable cities shows that social support and outlook are driving factors in health outcomes

Nuclear Attack From Aliens Eradicated Life On Mars, Physicist Claims
The ancient life on Mars was eradicated by aliens armed with nuclear weapons, plasma physicist and an expert in propulsion technologies Dr John Brandenburg believes. He therefore warns that a nuclear attack of this kind will also happen on Earth.

Heartland Brewery receives backlash for ‘racist’ slogan
The beerhouse is drawing criticism for its Bavarian Black Lager, which promises customers will become ‘a slave to the flavor.’ Several people, including Kristen John Foy of the National Action Network, say the slogan is racist and inappropriate.

Oath Keepers Prevented From Preventing Looting and Arson
What would happen if responsible citizens stepped up to do the police’s job during the rioting that authorities in the government and media whipped up for political reasons in Ferguson?

Welfare abuse

Fourth Amendment triumphs over warrantless DUI blood tests
No consent + no exigent circumstance = no warrantless DUI tests

Why Charles Barkley supports the Ferguson grand jury decision
Former NBA star Charles Barkley called Ferguson looters ‘scumbags’ and said that ‘key forensic evidence, and several black witnesses that supported Officer Darren Wilson’s story.’

Elected Official Publicly Urges Crowd to Commit Voter Fraud
How desperate are Louisiana Democrats to save the Senate seat of incumbent Mary Landrieu in Saturday’s runoff? Desperate enough to publicly call on crowds to commit voter fraud.

Abstinence high school speaker ousted: Message called ‘hate speech’
Many public schools across the nation have regularly invited speakers from Planned Parenthood to inform high school and middle school students about under-age and premarital “safe sex” and how to use various forms of contraception, but when one abstinence speaker was scheduled to inform students in southeastern Pennsylvania about the rewards of saving sex until marriage and the dangers of casual sex, her speech was quickly cancelled, with critics calling it “hate speech.”

Rolling Stone backs off from U.Va. rape story
Rolling Stone magazine said Friday that it found discrepancies in its controversial story about an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia and had lost faith in the piece, a shocking retreat coming merely days after author Sabrina Rubin Erdely defended the reporting.

Worse and Worse: Rolling Stone Admitted There Were A Few Minor Problems with Its UVA Rape Story Just as Washington Post Was About to Drop the Nuke on Them
Rolling Stone doesn’t appear to have dug into the details of its story (the details of which already should have been confirmed) on its own.

Splashdown! NASA’s Orion Spaceship Survives Epic Test Flight as New Era Begins
NASA’s new Orion spaceship, a capsule built to take humans farther into space than ever before, survived its first test flight Friday, splashing down in the Pacific Ocean to usher in a new era of deep-space exploration for the U.S. space agency.

Critics Rip Rucker for Performing ‘White Christmas’ After Garner Decision
Social media lit up Wednesday evening with complaints about former Hootie & the Blowfish lead singer Darius Rucker performing “White Christmas” at the annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony at New York City’s Rockefeller Square. Some activists had threatened to attack the ceremony after a grand jury declined to indict a New York police officer in the death of unarmed Eric Garner during a confrontation over cigarette sales in July.

Ayn Rand’s Early Novel “Ideal” To Be Published After 80 Years
Ayn Rand fans, here’s something to whet your appetites: New American Library has released the cover image for “Ideal,” the first Ayn Rand novel to be published in more than 50 years.

Police fury at mayor’s racial smear
The NYPD’s rank and file reacted with fury Thursday at being “thrown under the bus” by Mayor Bill de Blasio, who said he and First Lady Chirlane McCray had trained their mixed-race son, Dante, about the “dangers” posed by cops.

Wasserman-Schultz Assembles Democrat Team to “Collaborate on a Holistic Review” of Midterm Disaster
The fact the Democrats have left this imbecile in charge of their campaigns clearly indicates they haven’t got a clue as to what they’re doing. Bringing in a race-baiting clown like Donna Brazile to help assures future defeats.

Former Democratic congressional aide pleads guilty to sexual assault
A former Democratic congressional aide pleaded guilty Tuesday to sexually assaulting two women in 2010.

Study: The Three Most Liberal Occupations are Academia, Entertainment Media, and the News Media
Big shock, huh?

The Oath Keepers in Ferguson: Three Updates
Yesterday I noted that the Oath Keepers, a controversial group that I’ve covered in the past, had organized rooftop anti-arson patrols in Ferguson, Missouri—and that police there had ordered them to stop.

Pedophile Panic at the Salvation Army: No Teen Boys Allowed, Too Dangerous
When it comes to helping families in need, the Salvation Army turns a cold shoulder to one class of people: Teenage boys. A family in Johnson City, TN, found this out recently when, on a freezing cold night, they asked the organization for shelter. But because their family of five contained a 15-year-old boy, they were turned down.

In marathon session, Republican Shawn Jasper edges out Bill O’Brien to be next House Speaker
Republican Rep. Shawn Jasper defeated his own party’s nominee, Rep. Bill O’Brien, to become speaker of the House, after several rounds of voting during yesterday’s dramatic session that lasted nearly eight hours and revealed rifts within the party.

4 EMS workers barred from duty after chokehold death
Four emergency-service workers who found a man unconscious on the sidewalk after a cop put him in a chokehold — and apparently did nothing to aid him — have been barred from going on any more ambulance calls pending a probe, officials said Sunday.

Apple Deleted Rivals’ Songs from Users’ iPods
Apple deleted music that some iPod owners had downloaded from competing music services from 2007 to 2009 without telling users, attorneys for consumers told jurors in a class-action antitrust suit against Apple Wednesday.

Ivy League professor: whites “ready to commit race suicide”
Prof. Russell Rickford says capitalism and white supremacy are responsible for the police brutality toward brown, black, and poor people.
The professor claims “dead black bodies in the street is a sacrifice America makes to the gods of white supremacy.”

Missouri white students told not to take part in Ferguson “die-in” demonstration
Organizers of a recent Ferguson protest at the University of Missouri requested “only people of color” take part in the event’s “die-in,” one element of a larger demonstration that prompted at least two classes to be shelved so students could participate.

UC-Irvine’s Ferguson counseling sessions draw rebuke from former regent
Former University of California regent Ward Connerly, best known for his activism against affirmative action, is irritated at UC-Irvine for offering counseling sessions in the wake of the Ferguson non-indictment rather than a legal primer

UCLA Armenian Students’ Association holds town hall on divestment resolution
The Armenian Students’ Association held a town hall Thursday to educate students about and receive feedback on a resolution it plans to bring to the undergraduate student government calling for the University of California Board of Regents to divest from the Republic of Turkey.

Michael Brown Demonstrators Cheer as Police Officers Hit by Car
On December 3, supporters who marched in Denver for Michael Brown cheered when a car struck four Denver police officers doing crowd control on bicycles.

College Used Strippers as Student Recruiters, Feds Say
The legal pursuit of a defunct for-profit college in Florida and its former owner gets wilder with each filing. A new civil suit filed by a U.S. attorney and the state’s attorney general, Pam Bondi, alleges that FastTrain College defrauded the federal government with false claims for millions of dollars in financial aid.

Illegal Alien Bashes Border Patrol Agent in Head with Rock, Agent Severely Injured
A Border Patrol agent is suffering multiple head fractures after an illegal alien attacked him and bashed his head in with a rock, according to several Border Patrol agents who spoke with Breitbart Texas on the condition of anonymity. The attack occurred near the Ajo Station of the Tucson Sector.

NYPD cops warned militant group Black Guerilla Family “preparing to shoot on-duty police officers”
An NYPD confidential informant learned of the threat on Friday evening — three days after a Staten Island grand jury decided not to indict Officer Daniel Pantaleo for the chokehold death of Eric Garner. Cop union confirmed the threat late Saturday and were ordering all police officers, on duty and off, to take extra precautions.

New Video: Mike Brown’s Step Dad Said, ‘I’m Going To Start A Riot’ Prior To ‘Burn This B*tch Down’ Rant
An explosive video discovered by the Conservative Treehouse shows Mike Brown’s step-dad Louis Head warning, “I’m going to start a riot” moments before he climbed on a car and repeatedly wailed, “Burn This Bitch Down” in reaction to the grand jury decision.

Notre Dame “white privilege” class promises “personal transformation”
Next semester, Notre Dame will offer a class that aims to help students acknowledge and understand their so-called “white privilege” and – as a result of their “personal transformation” – find ways to “disrupt … oppression,” a description of the class states.

BLACK FEMALE Police Sergeant Supervised Eric Garner’s Deadly Arrest
Lost in the racial outcry over the decision to not indict white police officer Daniel Pantaleo in the death of Black petty criminal Eric Garner is the key fact that the attempt to arrest Garner was overseen by a Black female police sergeant.

INVESTIGATION: Lena Dunham ‘Raped by a Republican’ Story in Bestseller Collapses Under Scrutiny
In her just-released memoir, Not That Kind of Girl, Lena Dunham describes her alma mater, Oberlin College, as “a liberal arts haven in the cornfields of Ohio.” After a month-long investigation that included more than a dozen interviews, a trip to the Oberlin campus, and hours spent poring through the Oberlin College archives, her description of the campus remains the only detail Breitbart News was able to verify in Dunham’s story of being raped by a campus Republican named Barry.

Economy & Taxes


Party like its 1929, S&P hits 49th closing high
The S&P 500 notched its 49th record closing high of the year on Friday, as the benchmark index climbed 0.2 per cent to 2,075.55. The gain takes the number of record closes above those set in 1929, fueled in part by a blow out payrolls report that far exceeded Wall Street expectations.

After Trillion Dollars Spent on ‘Stimulus’ Obama Whines U.S. Infrastructure is ‘Embarrassing’
The logical course of action would be to investigate where all the so-called stimulus money went. But that would uncover the massive scam pulled off by Obama and the Democrats.




Taiwan premier resigns after Nationalist Party suffers heavy losses
The pro-China Nationalist Party lost eight city and county elections Saturday, pointing to an electorate that is souring on Taiwan’s President Ma Ying-jeou. Premier Jiang Yi-huah, the head of the Cabinet, resigned Saturday.

Ontario Government Won’t Let Parents See Details Of Child Sex Grooming Guide
Parents have been unable to properly respond to the new sex-ed curriculum because they haven’t seen it, PC MPP Monte McNaughton says.

Former President Vazquez wins Uruguay’s runoff, groundbreaking pot plan safe
Tabare Vazquez’s victory in Uruguay’s presidential election is a show of support for the leftist coalition that has governed the country for the past decade and allows the government to proceed with its plan to create the world’s first state-run marijuana marketplace.

Chhattisgarh Maoist attack: PM Narendra Modi condemns dastardly strike, calls it ‘brutal’ and ‘inhuman’
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday night condemned the Naxal strike in Chhattisgarh in which 13 CRPF peronnel were killed and said words are not enough to deplore the “brutal” and “inhuman” attack by “anti-national elements.”

South Koreans to light new giant Christmas tree near border despite North Korean anger
South Korea has approved a Christian group’s plan to set up and illuminate a large Christmas tree near the border with North Korea in spite of the almost certain fury it will provoke from Pyongyang.

Want to Limit the Use of Police Force? Limit the State
Progressives refuse to see the connection between government and force.

U.K. Censors Online Porn; Spanking, Rough Sex, Other Assorted Kink Banned
Continuing on its recent censorship-happy path, the U.K. government amended regulations this week to prohibit online porn from depicting a variety of erotic activities. Now-illicit acts range from the very specific (female ejaculation; “spanking, caning, and whipping beyond a gentle level”) to the incredibly broad (“verbal abuse”). But basically, the U.K. has banned BDSM and certain forms of fetish porn—or at least, charging money for that sort of porn.

Battle of Leuthen, December 5, 1757
One of the advantages of having the keys to the front page is that sometimes I can unplug from politics and write about my real passion: military history of the 18th century. Today marks the anniversary of Frederick the Great’s signal victory over the Austrians at Leuthen and gives me a story to tell my kids a couple of times a year after Mass.

China to stop organ harvesting of prisoners from next year
China will stop harvesting organs of prisoners on the death row for organ transplants from January 1 next year. The announcement was made by a former official of the Health Ministry at a seminar with the backing of the government. Future organ transplants will depend entirely on voluntary donations of organs, Huang Jiefu, former vice-minister of Health said at a seminar organized by the government backed China’s Organ Procurement Organization.

Sweden’s Election: the Elephant in the Room
Writing in the Wall Street Journal (paywall), the smart, libertarian(ish) commentator Johan Norberg explains why Sweden’s new Red/Green government is calling a new election, but tiptoes around the elephant in the room

Sweden’s political instability is a warning to the rest of Europe
Populists are disrupting the traditional electoral arithmetic




Chris Hayes, Van Jones deliver the derp in Ferguson

In Ferguson, Evidence Is the Enemy
One of the strangest arguments to come out of the Ferguson legal wrangling: The prosecutor presented a case that was insufficiently biased.

How Silicon Valley Created America’s Largest Homeless Camp
Welcome to “The Jungle.”

Not working for the working class: Column
The key to Obama’s struggle with white working class voters is not “white,” but “working.”

Property is peace
Here’s an interesting non-sequitur about the Ferguson riots and their ostensible justification

The Spiritual Shape of Political Ideas
How it is that we once again find ourselves rooting out sin, shunning heretics, and heralding the end times

When Elizabeth Warren Attacks
Even Democrats are not immune, as liberals struggle over direction of their party.

Mining Engineers Led by Communications Studies Majors
Despite the huge sums of Russian money spent to discourage US domestic hydrocarbon production production, there’s a glut on the oil market that is demolishing the ruble. The New York Times reports that the Kremlin bankrolled protests against fracking in Europe. Green was really Red.

Mining Engineers Led by Communications Studies Majors
Despite the huge sums of Russian money spent to discourage US domestic hydrocarbon production production, there’s a glut on the oil market that is demolishing the ruble. The New York Times reports that the Kremlin bankrolled protests against fracking in Europe. Green was really Red.

Race Wars: Media Creates a Phantom Menace.
Last Friday, Star Wars finally made the jump to light speed and joined the internet age. The 88 second teaser trailer for the seventh installment titled “The Force Awakens” was released online and immediately shot up Twitter trends, usurping hashtags of protests and riots stemming from the Ferguson Grand Jury decision. If people understand that a teaser trailer for a Star Wars movie more than a year away from release knocked the media love affair with the Ferguson riots around the country off of the front page of the internet, then they can understand why progressive media outlets are attempting to fabricate a racial narrative out of complete thin air concerning itss new young star.

Black Lives Matter
And so, therefore, must black perpetrators.

German far-Left party takes state parliament
East German communists return to power 25 years after fall of Berlin Wall

Everyone knows it is true, and no one has the courage to say it. The American people are letting Barack Obama destroy this country through illegal executive orders for one reason and one reason only. In his latest FIREWALL, Bill Whittle has the courage to speak out and make the case that no one else will

Liberalism Is a Hoax
Public relations in the service of the left

Take the Test: Neil deGrasse Tyson or Deepak Chopra?
Astrophysicist, Cosmos host, and director of the Hayden Planetarium Neil deGrasse Tyson has been in the news lately for all the wrong reasons. Several media outlets (especially The Federalist) have investigated his anecdotes, quotes and claims only to learn he makes up quite a few of them. Luckily for the pop scientist and his devotees across the Internet, the New York Times published an article exonerating Tyson for his multiple transgressions. Because Science!

People Actually Think ‘Gendered Toys’ Contribute to Domestic Violence
No Gender Decembrists want to free boys and girls from stereotypes, and domestic violence.

‘Hands up, don’t shoot’: The myth that refuses to fade
If there is one uniting feature of the national protests surrounding the shooting death of Ferguson teen Michael Brown, it is the notion that he had his “hands up” just before his killing.

Will My Geek Son Be a Sexist Jerk?
No, probably not, but it is good to know that the author of this story (thanks, Terry), who is about to have a boy baby, has already shown herself to be a sexist jerk

No Indictment in Videotaped NYPD Chokehold Death.
A few observations

Why we’re not pontificating on Eric Garner tonight
To follow the facts, first you have to know the facts.

So Like Everyone On the Right is Now Outraged by the Garner Death Just Like They Were Outrage by the “Militarization of Police” in Ferguson
I’m a dissenter.

UK Labour Party Twitter Account: UKIP Full of “Evil Money Grabbing Jews”
Tweets from a Labour Party representative reflect blatant anti-Semitism, essentially criticizing UKIP for NOT being anti-Semitic…

The Wannabe Oppressed
What do America’s college students want? They want to be oppressed. More precisely, a surprising number of students at America’s finest colleges and universities wish to appear as victims — to themselves, as well as to others — without the discomfort of actually experiencing victimization. Here is where global warming comes in. The secret appeal of campus climate activism lies in its ability to turn otherwise happy, healthy, and prosperous young people into an oppressed class, at least in their own imaginings. Climate activists say to the world, “I’ll save you.” Yet deep down they’re thinking, “Oppress me.”

Free the Markets, Free the Brews
Eighty-one years ago today, a long national nightmare was put to rest. Thirteen chaotic years of alcohol prohibition ended when the 21st amendment to the Constitution was ratified, making the sale of liquor legal throughout the United States once again.

The BET ME Challenge
BET ME would put the pundits’ money where their predictions are.

Hughes’s TNR Makeover Is The Obama Administration In Miniature
I just love it when these Progressives get all emotional about the destruction of institutions. Given that this has been their stock in trade since the Summer of Love, culminating in six years of #OccupyResoluteDesk making a total cock-up of the Presidency, one is left to wonder why the Lefties can’t just enjoy their liberation from “intellectual substance”. This is another suck-is-the-new-cool call from the manor house down to the the peasants working the fields. Dig it, lackeys.

Fundamental Concepts : A Melting Pot, Not a F****** Salad Bowl
The United States has traditionally been seen as a “melting pot”, meaning that people from all over voluntarily join together to form a greater whole. This concept is even enshrined in our national motto E pluribus unum -“Out of many, one”. Nobody ever questioned the concept, we even learned to sing about it as children

Dec 7, 1941
A date we all know. In about 2 hours from now on that date the attack began. 2,403 Americans were killed, another 1,100 injured.

Eric Garner Was Killed By Crony Capitalism
Remember Eric Garner Every Time We Think Up another Pettifogging Regulation

Sunday, December 7, 1941
Japanese Zero with first wave attack on Battleship Row begins a strafing attack.

Harvey Silverglate on ‘Ferguson’s Unexpected Lessons’
In recent days I’ve seen many people suggest that the lesson of recent events in Ferguson, Mo., and New York suggest that we should eliminate grand juries. Harvey Silverglate presents a contrary opinion in a Boston Globe column, “Ferguson’s Unexpected Lessons,” arguing that the real problem has been the gradual gutting of the grand jury over time and that this has increased the power of prosecutors.

Big Government Serves the Strong
George Will explains reality. Progressives hardest hit.

The Inevitable Emmanuel Goldstein
Yesterday, I thought it was safe to echo a chart on FB showing the relative economic freedom of states in the US. Note, that it was a picture/meme and I didn’t dwell very deeply on their premises. Some of the placements seemed funny – Colorado as high as 17? Really? – but most in general accorded to the “feel” of states I’ve lived in or where I have friends. So I echoed, having seen it while I was logging in to pm a friend.

Nevada collects more per capita in taxes than 38 states, but spends less per pupil on education than 44 states Dec5 by Thomas Mitchell
Cowboy humorist, philosopher and rope-twirling raconteur Will Rogers once said, “It isn’t what we don’t know that gives us trouble, it’s what we know that ain’t so.”

The Sexodus, Part 1: The Men Giving Up On Women And Checking Out Of Society
“My generation of boys is f**ked,” says Rupert, a young German video game enthusiast I’ve been getting to know over the past few months. “Marriage is dead. Divorce means you’re screwed for life. Women have given up on monogamy, which makes them uninteresting to us for any serious relationship or raising a family. That’s just the way it is. Even if we take the risk, chances are the kids won’t be ours. In France, we even have to pay for the kids a wife has through adulterous affairs.

Andrew Klavan: #GamerGate Forever!
In which our well-dressed, stylish host explores the coordinated left-wing media attacks on video games and the amazing response by gamers in defense of their right to be actual humans who like things that actual humans like.

Give Nevadan’s a break with IRS sales tax exemption
If the lame duck session of Congress does nothing else, it must pass an extension of the federal income tax deduction for state and local sales taxes.

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