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Our Cut-In-Line Society

Our Cut-In-Line Society

There are moments when you read a story that makes you want to secede from the human race. I had a moment like that when reading this article about people finagling, or outright purchasing, the entitlement to cut in line at airports and amusement parks: Disney World is investigating news that a handful of upper-crust

Kermit Gosnell Isn't An Aberration Among Abortionists

As I wrote two weeks ago, one of the most horrifying aspects of the trial of Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell isn’t the decapitated babies and grotesque conditions of his facility but rather those who were basically complicit in his crimes because they assisted, or at least didn’t act to stop him. Gosnell was able to

Boston Marathon Bombed

Senseless: In addition to thousands of others from around the world, there were 37 North Dakotans running the marathon today. There are already reports of injuries and deaths. The Boston PD is reporting that the explosions are the result of two bombs, with a third suspicious object detonated by bomb squads. If you want to

Obama Administration Member Reportedly Called Female Reporter A "C*nt"

When Rush Limbaugh called Sandra Fluke a “slut” it turned into a major controversy. Now, in the wake of the controversy over high-profile reporters like Bob Woodward and Jonathan Alter claiming they were bullied and intimidated by the administration, comes a report that Obama administration officials used some very ugly language in talking to a

How About A Waiting Period For Legislating?

One of the ideas for gun control being bandied about in Washington is a waiting period for gun purchases. Glenn Reynolds, writing for the New York Post, wonders if we shouldn’t first apply that idea to legislating: I’d like to propose a “waiting period” for legislation. No bill should be voted on without hearings, debate

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