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  • That shooting at Georgia Tech was suicide by cop

    What with all of the other rioting going on all over the country, you’re to be forgiven if you missed the latest mayhem breaking out around Georgia Tech this week. It resulted from the shooting of a student there by the name of Scout Schultz on Saturday night. Schultz reportedly “identified as neither male nor female” but based on the pictures and some of the local reporting I’m going with male because I can’t be bolloxed with writing an entire column while dancing
  • Trump at Turtle Bay: “Make the United Nations great … not again”; Live video stream added

    Donald Trump got his first official presidential look at the United Nations yesterday — and the UN got its first official look at Trump, too. He’ll speak at the General Assembly for the first time at roughly 10:30 this morning, but Trump started off a week of intense diplomacy by demanding significant reform at the UN. Their history has been mainly one of disappointment and “mismanagement,” Trump told them in his first speech at a session on reform, but the potential rema
  • American Antifa on trial in France for attacking police (graphic video)

    Here’s a story which is “surprisingly” not getting much attention in the United States. In fact, I wouldn’t have even seen it had one of our readers in Lyon, France named Dylan Kissane not sent in a tip with a link to a story from The Local in that country. (Name used with permission.)
    We’ve seen and discussed plenty of stories here in America about violent, leftist Antifa attacking not only conservative demonstrators but law enforcement officials. It turns out that
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  • O’Reilly to Lauer: My firing was “a business decision”

    Television viewers may have wondered why Bill O’Reilly was on NBC’s Today show answering questions about sexual harassment allegations from Matt Lauer. The former Fox News star has a new book out today, Killing England, which gives his take on the American Revolution, but it takes a long, long time to get to that topic. Instead, Lauer gets right down to business, pressing O’Reilly on his termination from his two-decade gig, expressing considerable skepticism over O’R
  • Someone wants to “overturn” Trump’s pardon of Arpaio

    Harvard law professor Laurence Tribe has established something of a reputation for coming up with some, shall we say… unique interpretations of the Constitution when it suits his needs. This week is no exception and he’s rolled out a doozy. In an op-ed for the Washington Post, Tribe describes in detail his revulsion with Joe Arpaio and his even greater distaste for the fact that President Trump pardoned the sheriff.So what can be done about it? The standard answer in legal circles i
  • Trump: We might have a parade in Washington next July 4th to showcase our military strength

    It makes me chuckle that Macron invited him to the Bastille Day parade in France thinking that nothing would impress an ostentatious alpha male quite like some military muscle-flexing, and he was totally right. Months later POTUS is still chattering excitedly about it. Between this and his impressive handshake mindgames, Macron seems to think he has Trump all figured out. Maybe he does!
    Trump didn’t get the idea from Macron, though. Allegedly he wanted some military hardware on display dur
  • Video: The painfully bad Dan Helmer “Top Gun” ad

    To cleanse the palate. The first and most important task for a newbie congressional candidate is to get his name out there, right? Make an impression. Do something to make sure voters, most of whom don’t give a wet fart whom their party nominates, will check the box next to your name on primary day purely because they recognize it. Most U.S. elections below the presidential level, I’d bet, are won and lost not among people who follow politics every day but among those who see a candi
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  • Investigators wiretapped Manafort’s phones, may have picked up conversations with President Trump

    CNN is reporting that the U.S. government used a FISA warrant to tap the phones of Trump’s former campaign chairman Paul Manafort starting sometime last year before the election. The wiretap continued into this year and may even have picked up conversations between Manafort and President Trump:
    Some of the intelligence collected includes communications that sparked concerns among investigators that Manafort had encouraged the Russians to help with the campaign, according to three sources f
  • Bloomberg: DoJ opens Equifax insider-trading probe

    Forget the SEC and the FTC — the Department of Justice wants to get in some licks on the Equifax scandal, and their licks could carry prison time. Bloomberg reports today that a US Attorney out of Atlanta has opened a criminal insider-trading probe involving three major figures within the company, where hackers gained access to the data for 143 million Americans. The probe raises the stakes for Equifax, and perhaps for Congress, too:
    The U.S. Justice Department has opened a criminal invest
  • Hillary on Russiagate: I won’t rule out questioning the legitimacy of the election

    Things get going at 26:55 below but stick with it until she starts riffing on the Kenyan presidential election that was overturned. Challenging the legitimacy of the election has been her chief occupation in U.S. politics since November 8th, although until now that challenge has been framed in moral terms, not legal ones. Comey stabbed her in the back by sending that letter in late October; Bernie stabbed her in the back by not campaigning harder for her; the voters stabbed her in the back for p
  • Evergreen State College settles professor’s lawsuit for $500,000

    In July, professor Bret Weinstein and his wife Heather Heying, who is also a professor at the school, filed a $3.8 million lawsuit against Evergreen State College. The lawsuit claimed the school created a hostile work environment and failed to protect the couple from threats by students. Friday the school settled, agreeing to pay Weinstein and Heying $450,000, plus an additional $50,000 to cover their attorney’s fees. Weinstein and his wife also resigned their positions at the sc
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  • How Factory Farming Is Driving the Sixth Mass Extinction (Video)

    Forests that are home to endangered animals are being cleared to grow feed crops for livestock at factory farms.According to University of Texas at Austin professor Raj Patel, an expert in ecology and food systems, our demand for meat is driving the sixth mass extinction. Patel is one of many leading academics who contemplate declaring a new age on Earth, called the Anthropocene, since “the fossils of soon-to-be extinct animals will form a line in the rocks of the future.”In an 
  • Guess what. Hollywood doesn’t care if you watch the Emmys

    This morning Ed wrote about the anticipated (and delivered) crash and burn of the ratings for last night’s Emmys. I suppose I contributed to that in a small way since I was watching football. In my Twitter feed, I only saw two of the conservatives I follow commenting on the show so that seemed to be a fairly common practice among our tribe.The initial scoring put them in position to be one of the worst rated Emmys outings of the modern era. This led a few timid voices to meekly suggest thi
  • CBO: We’re not going to make preliminary projections on latest ObamaCare repeal bill

    A blow for Democrats and perhaps a lucky break for Republicans, who could use a couple in the long-shot effort to get ObamaCare repeal through the Senate. Earlier today, as I noted in this post, Democratic leadership demanded that the Congressional Budget Office do a thorough review of the Graham-Cassidy repeal-and-replace bill, which sounds reasonable — and would be, if not for an upcoming deadline:JUST IN: Pelosi, Schumer, Yarmuth, Sanders release statement asking Congressional Budget Of
  • “Shut down ICE!”: Amnesty activists shout down Pelosi over DREAM deal with Trump

    As of mid-afternoon on Monday, it’s already a cinch you won’t watch anything more enjoyable online this week than this.
    Remember this post from Friday night? Words can’t capture how funny it’ll be if the open-borders left muscles Schumer and Pelosi into walking away from a DREAM deal with Trump standing by, ready and willing to sell out. Seeing Pelosi squirm face to face with the radical amnesty shills Democrats have created is but a simple pleasure. The deeper pleasure i
  • Rolling Stone magazine up for sale

    Jann Wenner and his son Gus, who currently runs Wenner media, announced Sunday they would be selling of Rolling Stone magazine. The NY Times story on the sale opened like this:From a loft in San Francisco in 1967, a 21-year-old named Jann S. Wenner started a magazine that would become the counterculture bible for baby boomers. Rolling Stone defined cool, cultivated literary icons and produced star-making covers that were such coveted real estate they inspired a song.
    But the headwinds buffe
  • Trendy socialist proposal gets a thumbs down from Joe Biden

    It’s the great, grand dream of the more hard core socialists in the Democratic Party and the liberal movement in general. Long seen as impossible, it’s getting a second wind among some of the Bernie and Elizabeth Warren supporters. We’re speaking, of course, of the concept of Universal Basic Income (UBI). It’s the idea that you should be free to work if you really want to, but if you can’t (or simply won’t) the government should provide you with some sort of b
  • Retiree on pension still has not made enough money, occupies Wall Street … sort of

    Remember when Barack Obama pushed for Wall Street reform by telling a Quincy, Illinois audience that “I do think at a certain point you’ve made enough money?” These days, the former president has picked up a little extra cash by giving more talks, only his audience has changed. Obama’s now delivering speeches to Wall Street, and pocketing his former annual salary for every appearance, Bloomberg reports, thankfully keeping his family from the precipice of poverty.
    While th
  • Jedediah Bila leaves “The View” — over Hillary interview?

    Watch the first clip below from Clinton’s appearance on the show last week. Bila asks two questions, both fair and both polite. Question one: Amid all the speculation about sexism and the Comey letter and Russia sinking her chances, isn’t it true that differences on the issues led some voters to prefer Trump? Question two: If she feels she didn’t get the respect she was due from Bernie Sanders and his supporters, couldn’t that be partly due to hard feelings over the leaks
  • Antifa and the normalization of left-wing violence

    Megan McArdle has written a piece for Bloomberg which highlights something that the media continues to gloss over. What we’re seeing on the left today, from Antifa and student protesters, is not normal but is being normalized.
    Last week the city of Berkeley allegedly spent $600,000 to prevent left-wing goons from making the city into a First Amendment-free-zone. That’s an outrageous sum just so that someone can safely speak at a college for two hours. McArdle argues we shouldn’
  • California chefs revolt against renewed foie gras ban

    Californians are crazy about banning things (particularly if they have anything to do with conservative values) but sometimes they get a bit carried away and it comes back to bite them. More than half a decade ago the Golden State fell victim to a marketing campaign from PETA and was convinced to pass a ban on foie gras because of the poor treatment of the birds involved. That was immediately challenged in court, re-filed, recycled and has been battled over back and forth since then. This month
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  • Conway: We’re getting close to 50 on ObamaCare repeal … again

    Third time’s the charm? Kellyanne Conway told Fox & Friends this morning that the third push for ObamaCare repeal looks like it may succeed in the Senate. “We’re getting close to 50 votes,” the White House counselor told the panel, but we’ve been close to 50 votes all along. The trick is actually getting to 50 votes, a trick that Mitch McConnell has yet to achieve despite having a majority in the upper chamber. Will Graham-Cassidy prove any different than t
  • Trump lawyer overheard talking about Russiagate at restaurant — by NYT reporter

    It wasn’t just one Trump lawyer, actually, it was two. And the restaurant is located … next door to the Times’s Washington bureau office.
    Dude:Here's a photo of Ty Cobb & John Dowd casually & loudly discussing details of Russia investigation at @BLTSteakDC while I sat at next table. pic.twitter.com/RfX9JLJ0Te
    — Kenneth P. Vogel (@kenvogel) September 18, 2017What the hell was Cobb thinking?
    The debate in Mr. Trump’s West Wing has pitted Donald F. McGahn II,
  • Day 3 of rioting in St. Louis, 80 arrested

    Sunday in St. Louis was a repeat of the pattern we’ve seen over and over. A peaceful protest march that lasts through part of the day followed by a late-night turn to rioting and vandalism. You can hear the change in the tone being used by police over the span of about 2 1/2 hours last night:The demonstrators have returned back to police headquarters on Olive where they continue their peaceful demonstration. #STLVerdict
    — St. Louis, MO Police (@SLMPD) September 17, 2017
    Group near HQ
  • As predicted, the lawnmower kid is now a victim of Trump’s evil regime

    When John Sexton wrote about 11 year old Frank Giaccio getting to mow the White House lawn, he seemed to be taking a tongue-in-cheek tone when he wondered if anyone would invoke child labor laws to criticize the President. I mean, seriously now… who could be that insane?
    I half-expected Salon or maybe Slate to run this story under the headline, “Trump violates child labor laws at the White House.” So far it seems only a handful of nuts on Twitter are bringing up child labor la
  • Oh my: Prelim ratings for Emmys predict new record … low

    Hey, who’s up for several hours of celebrities droning on about politics and how their audiences are idiots for their electoral choices? Anyone? Anyone? Bueller? Bueller?
    At least in terms of preliminary ratings reported by TV Line, the answer appears to be as unsurprising as last night’s political tone:
    CBS’ broadcast of the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards is looking at a new all-time low, at least in the preliminary ratings.
    Scoring an 8.2/14 in metered market ratin
  • St. Louis Cops Taunt Demonstrators with Chilling Chant After Clearing Streets

    Officers in riot gear were heard bellowing "whose streets, our streets." Police officers in riot gear gathered alongside a St Louis boulevard late on Sunday night, chanting “whose street, our street”, a common refrain used by those protesting the acquittal of a white former officer in the death of a black man, after successfully clearing the street of demonstrators and onlookers.Hundreds of officers had mobilized after another day of peaceful protests over the acquittal of Jason
  • The Mueller Probe Reportedly Has White House Staffers Freaked

    They're all lawyering up.White House staff are so worried about Robert Mueller's investigation into Russia's possible collusion with Donald Trump's campaign that some in the West Wing are suspicious their colleagues are wearing a wire. In private, White House officials have said they are afraid their co-workers may be secretly recording their conversations to pass along to Mueller, the…
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  • This David Letterman Quote About Trump Is Going Viral, and with Good Reason

    "This guy couldn't work at the Gap."Legendary talk show host veteran David Letterman made a point in July 2017 that continues to circulate social media. In essence, Letterman alludes we all know what the problem is—what (and where) are the solutions? Here is one of the more popular David Letterman memes including an excerpt from his original quote:“Here’s what I keep saying: We know there’s something wrong, but what I’m tired
  • Today’s media outrage: Spicey goes to Hollywood

    The question all of America is asking this morning: Do we really have to listen to Ben farking Rhodes lecture us about not lying to the public?Interesting choice by Emmys to let someone joke about demonstrably lying to the American people on behalf of the most powerful person inUS
    — Ben Rhodes (@brhodes) September 18, 2017Political media is aghast that a man who lied knowingly for Trump as press secretary would not only be granted a walk-on at the Emmys (right as he’s launching a car
  • White Supremacist Punched Out After Allegedly Harassing Black Bus Passenger

    Antifa activists reportedly tracked him down to a Seattle street corner.A man who walked around Seattle wearing a Nazi armband got punched in the face after he allegedly harassed a black passenger on a bus.BuzzFeed reports that the unidentified Nazi was first spotted riding on a bus, where witnesses say he was harassing a black passenger. From there, anti-fascist activists used social media to track the man’s whereabouts, and he was eventually spotted on a street corner in t
  • So where did North Korea get that souped up rocket fuel?

    On Friday, North Korea launched yet another ICBM on a test run taking it over Japan and into the Pacific Ocean. This one traveled more than 2,300 miles, further than the distance to Guam had they wanted to strike it. There’s increasing consensus thatKim’s missiles could reach the continental United States if he chose to take the shot.
    Over the course of the debate as to what we should about this, a great deal of attention has been paid to a couple of things. One is the miniaturizatio
  • Feinstein: Some of my best friends are Catholic

    Old and busted crisis: Religious tests in Congress. New crisis hotness: Failing Catholic schools! Senator Dianne Feinstein defended herself against accusations of anti-Catholic bigotry on CNN’s State of the Union by noting that she went to Catholic schools as a youth. Feinstein also claimed she can’t be accused of Catholic animus because she eats dinner with bishops, or something:“I’m a product of Catholic education,” Feinstein said on CNN’s “State
  • Rhode Island TV station forced to run “pro-Trump programming”

    WJAR-TV is a local television station in Rhode Island which was purchased a few years ago by Sinclair Broadcast Group. Since that time, the parent company has been supplying standardized content for all of their nearly 200 American stations to run during daily news segments and that has some of the locals unhappy.
    Why? Because the news content in question is being labeled as “pro-Trump” by northeast media critics. And in a state that went for Hillary Clinton by a more than 15 point m
  • Robert Reich: A Handful of Ultra-Rich Families Are Bleeding the Country Dry

    Taxing dynastic wealth is an absolute necessity if we hope to restore our democracy. White House National Economic Council director Gary Cohn, former president of Goldman Sachs, said recently that “only morons pay the estate tax.”I’m reminded of Donald Trump’s comment that he didn’t pay federal income taxes because he was “smart.” And billionaire Leona Helmsley’s "only the little people pay taxes.”What Cohn was getting at is how easy it is no
  • Paul Krugman: Calamity Awaits If Americans Don't Snap Out of It, and Fast

    We have two weeks to kill Trumpcare, again. Now is no time for complacency.While progressive activists and 2020 presidential hopefuls alike were salivating over Bernie Sanders' Medicare for All bill last week, a team of Republicans took the opportunity to craft a last-ditch effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act. Meet Graham-Cassidy, which its spinmasters, Lindsey Graham, Bill Cassidy and Dean Heller, want you to believe is a more moderate piece of health care legislation.Trumpcare 5.0 is anyt
  • Equifax execs skedaddle as Congress, FTC threaten action

    Also known as getting out while the getting’s good. Two top Equifax executives have retired, the company announced, after a massive data breach that impacted over 140 million Americans. The chief information officer and the top security executive have both left, but that may not be enough to forestall Congress or the Federal Trade Commission:Two top executives are out at Equifax after the massive data breach of personal information of 143 million people https://t.co/LpBzpfuUvv pic.twi
  • Sean Spicer's Emmys Cameo Was an Abomination

    The former White House press secretary joked about misleading the American public.Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer got the last laugh during Sunday night’s Emmy broadcast when he made a surprise appearance, but not everyone is enjoying the joke.Spicer appeared briefly during the monologue — to stunned faces in the audience — complete with a moving podium. “This will be the largest audience to witness and Emmys, period,” Spicer said. “Both in pers
  • Silicon Valley CEO Lobbed Racial Slurs and Assaulted Multiple Women Employees: Explosive Lawsuit

    Gurbaksh Chahal has separately been accused of misleading his investors. A new lawsuit alleges that Silicon Valley CEO Gurbaksh Chahal routinely used racial slurs when speaking to subordinates, physically attacked two women and fired a male employee who tried to prevent him from striking a third woman.The Daily Beast reported Sunday that Chahal is the subject of a lawsuit which alleges that he called workers his “n**gers” and took out his violent rages on employees. Two other pe
  • Tennessee University President Apologizes for Greeting Black Students with Cotton Stalks at Diversity Dinner

    Students also complained they were served stereotypically "black meals." The president of mostly white Lipscomb University in Tennessee has apologized to students for hosting a dinner for an all-African-American group of students at his home that featured table centerpieces made up of cotton stalks.According to the Tennessean, university President Randy Lowry invited African-American students to his home for dinner last week to chat about their experience at the university, only to have the
  • Why 'South Park' Is Perfectly Armed to Fight the Alt-Right

    The satirical cartoon has a perfect chance to turn around and bite the trollish right-wing hand that feeds it.“South Park” creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone are harboring a dirty secret: Much of their audience, the 18- to 34-year-old demographic, overlaps with a certain young, male, white slice of President Donald Trump’s base. You know, the ones who troll liberals online and proudly rock MAGA hats in public.It is perhaps the reality of this ugly Venn diagram&n
  • ‘This Is Going to Be Earth-Shattering’: Trump Aide Michael Cohen to Testify Before Senate on Tuesday

    Cohen’s name came up repeatedly in emails between the Trump campaign and Russian officials.President Donald Trump’s longtime personal attorney Michael Cohen is set to appear before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday, which an MSNBC panel agreed is “going to be earth-shattering.”“If you compare Donald Trump to a mafia don, this is his consigliere. This is the guy who knows all the secrets,” said terrorism expert Malcolm Nance.Cohen’s name c
  • ‘Incapable of Serving Safely as President’: More Mental Health Experts Question Trump’s Stability

    Is Trump mentally unfit to be president?There is a long-standing rule self-imposed rule among psychiatrists who are members of the American Psychiatric Association (APA): mental health of political figures they have not personally evaluated should not be declared publicly. Called the Goldwater Rule, it came into being after an incident that took place during the 1964 presidential election. Fact magazine published a…
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  • How Climate Change Hurricanes Are Rapidly Accelerating the Militarization of America

    Despite their reluctance to speak publicly about the environment, top officials in the Pentagon are painfully aware of the problem at hand.Deployed to the Houston area to assist in Hurricane Harvey relief efforts, U.S. military forces hadn’t even completed their assignments when they were hurriedly dispatched to Florida, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands to face Irma, the fiercest hurricane ever recorded in the Atlantic Ocean. Florida Governor Rick Scott, who had sent members of the
  • Dr. Jane Goodall Is Now Teaching an Online Course on Conservation, Animal Intelligence & Activism

    Back in June, we mentioned that the great primatologist and anthropologist Dr. Jane Goodall was gearing up to teach her first online course on environmental conservation, animal intelligence, and activism. Now, it seemed worth giving this quick update--Goodall's course is ready to go. It features 29 lessons and costs $90. You can sign up and take the course through Masterclass here.
    Above watch a trailer that introduces the course. Below see her discuss the course on the Tonight Show&n
  • John McCain and the Sunday Talk Shows Were Eerily Quiet About a Last-Ditch Effort to Repeal Obamacare

    Click here for reuse options!Is repeal-and-replace bill dead or should we still be worried?With the clock ticking toward a September 30 deadline for the Senate to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act using reconcilliation, which only requires 50 votes, John McCain and the Sunday morning news shows were strangely silent on the last-ditch Graham-Cassidy bill.As you may recall, on July 28, John McCain cast his dramatic "no" vote killing the Health Care Freedom Act, misleadingly nicknamed the
  • Trump Leaves CNN Panel Dumbfounded with a Tweet that Shows Him Hitting Hillary Clinton with a Golfball

    The president retweeted the upsetting video on Sunday.
    Pundits on CNN were caught speechless on Sunday after President Donald Trump retweeted a video of him hitting Hillary Clinton with a golfball.“The president of the United States retweeted that this morning,” CNN host John King noted. “Why?”“He’s a disrupter,” New York Times reporter Julie Hirschfeld Davis explained. “He has these impulses, he enjoys engaging on social media. You hear
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