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Senator Craig’s career in the toilet

Just a couple of thoughts on the unseemly and pathetic Senator Craig kerfuffle: Reporting that a sitting U.S. Senator was arrested, charged, and plead guilty to a misdemeanor is obviously entirely legitimate. But the idea that a newspaper reporter dug around in the man’s personal life for a year, asking numerous people, all the way …

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posted by: The Editors @ 4:53 am August 30, 2007


Justice finally prevails in McMinnville, Oregon

From The Oregonian, (Via Dennis Prager’s Townhall blog): MCMINNVILLE — A judge dismissed charges this morning against the two Patton Middle School teens accused of sexual harassment for swatting girls on the buttocks. Judge John L. Collins said he acted “in the interests of justice” after both prosecutors and the boys’ defense lawyers said four …

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posted by: The Editors @ 6:58 pm August 20, 2007


John Edwards: “I’m going to be honest with you — I don’t know a lot…”

Wow. We knew John Edwards is oily, disingenuous, and phony to the core, but we did not know he is also apparently a real ignoramus. Via the Captain’s Quarters blog: “I’m going to be honest with you — I don’t know a lot about Cuba’s healthcare system,” Edwards, D-N.C., said at an event in Oskaloosa, …

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posted by: The Editors @ 4:24 am August 20, 2007


Oregon judge joins in abuse of boys

In a partial victory for justice, most of the serious charges were dismissed against the two 13-year old boys in McMinnville, Oregon who are the targets of abusive prosecutor Bradley Berry. Last week, [Circuit Judge John L.] Collins threw out misdemeanor sex abuse charges against the boys, a decision that means the pair no longer …

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posted by: The Editors @ 7:47 pm August 15, 2007


From Jane Fonda to Dr. Strangelove

Best shot of the week against the Democrats’ feckless foreign policy views goes to Mitt Romney from the Republican debate Sunday morning. Via Yahoo News: Mitt Romney, who leads many Iowa polls but trails Rudy Giuliani and Sen. John McCain nationally, mocked Democratic candidate Barack Obama’s recent foreign policy statements, which sparked a sharp dispute …

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posted by: The Editors @ 5:47 am August 6, 2007


Obama: Forget al Qaeda in Iraq, invade Pakistan!

We noted a few weeks ago how incoherent Barack Obama’s last big foreign policy pronouncement was, and now he’s decided to make another, less coherent, foreign policy pronouncement. His goal seemed to be to sound like a tough guy to show he’d be strong on national security as president, but he didn’t seem to give …

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posted by: The Editors @ 5:05 am August 3, 2007