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America's new pyscho-politico-sexual crisis: Catcalls

An enormously popular viral video was created by an attractive young woman who spent ten hours walking the streets of New York City behind a guy lugging a hidden camera in his backpack, to record the various catcalls, wolf whistles, and aggressive greetings thrown her way: Oct 30, 2014 10:28 AM PT

Scott Walker up 7 in Wisconsin

It might be too early to describe this as the epilogue of the Scott Walker vs. Chris Christie funding spat from earlier in the week, but the final Marquette University poll of the Wisconsin gubernatorial race has Walker leaping out to a commanding 7-point lead over Democrat Mary Burke.  The two candidates were dead even in the same poll two weeks ago.  This puts Walker's lead outside both the poll's margin of error, and the percentage of undecided voters remaining in the race.   Oct 29, 2014 2:34 PM PT

'Suspicious cyber activity' at the White House

Here's a lovely companion piece to the story about how ObamaCare's servers remain vulnerable to hacker attack: the White House itself appears to have been penetrated by online hooligans.  Reuters reports assurances from the Administration that no sensitive data was compromised: Oct 29, 2014 8:41 AM PT

ObamaCare: an 'easily hacked' trove of juicy personal data

Another ObamaCare enrollment period is upon us, which means the accumulated trove of personal data stored in the glitchy HealthCareDotGov website will become an even more tempting target for hackers.  The test servers got hacked a while back, without anyone realizing it for almost two months... a development the Administration was not exactly eager to discuss with the public.  But at least they learned from the experienced and fixed all the security flaws in the live site, right?  Well... Oct 28, 2014 12:14 PM PT

HHS official: insurance cancellations are just 'invitations' to sign up for ObamaCare

It's not easy to pretend that a failure as immense as ObamaCare is "working," much less living up to its promises, but the hard Left and Administration drones keep trying.  The latest road apple dropped by Health and Human Services, after a wild night of binging on Orwellian doublespeak tacos, asks us to view insurance cancellations as merely polite invitations to sign up for the People's Glorious Health Care Plan. Oct 28, 2014 11:54 AM PT

Scott Walker Hung Out to Dry?

Politico's article on the dust-up between Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker - currently running neck and neck with his Democrat challenger Mary Burke - and the head of the Republican Governor's Association, Chris Christie, has Walker sounding bitter that Christie won't cut money loose for the Wisconsin battle: Oct 28, 2014 9:10 AM PT

The American people aren't the ones making a big deal about Ebola

The latest round of Ebola politics ended in confusion, recriminations, and a puddle of melted politicians, as New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo declared they would go their own way on quarantine protocols... and then folded up under White House and media pressure within 48 hours.  I find the whole thing a baffling series of misjudgments by everyone involved.   Oct 27, 2014 10:31 AM PT

Twice-deported illegal alien suspected in murder of two California deputies

Our ridiculously weak border security once again brings deadly consequences to innocent Americans, as a man who has already been deported twice slips into the country one more time, "lives in the shadows" under an alias for a while, and goes on a crime spree that leaves two California deputies dead and another injured.  The Sacramento Bee reports: Oct 26, 2014 1:06 PM PT

Republican poll advantage soars to 11 points

The latest Wall Street Journal / NBC News poll says Republicans have soared to a mind-blowing 11 point lead, with voters saying they want a Republican-led Congress by a margin of 52-41.  The generic lead for the GOP was only 5 points in the same poll last week.  The Tea Party wave elections in 2010 rolled in with only a 7-point lead.  It's relatively rare for the Republicans to have a lead on this question at all, even in years when they do fairly well. Oct 26, 2014 7:53 AM PT

The fine art of underselling Palestinian terrorism

What do you call it when a Palestinian terrorist drives his car into a throng of civilians at a train station in Jerusalem, killing a three-month-old girl with American citizenship?  If you're the U.S. consulate in Jerusalem, you put out a memo to your employees referring to it as a "traffic incident." Oct 24, 2014 12:41 PM PT

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