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Inequality between the apples and oranges

Thomas Sowell calls out the merchants of envy for two of their biggest "income inequality" myths in his latest column.  In both cases, a political crusade is built upon willful misrepresentation of data.   Jan 21, 2014 8:31 PM PT

Breaking: Obama's hypothetical son not allowed to play football

Even as sports fans gear up for a big playoff day, an interview with David Remnick of the New Yorker tells us that Barack Obama wants everyone to know that his hypothetical son - one of the most famous imaginary people in the world, having previously played a role in the Trayvon Martin case - would not be permitted to play football: Jan 20, 2014 3:52 AM PT

Will Republicans be ready for the ObamaCare backlash?

It certainly seems like the Democrats are getting ready for the big ObamaCare backlash coming their way.  A key tactic involves entering the Witness Protection Program when they hear Barack Obama is coming to town, as with last week's comical misadventures in North Carolina, with a friendly President chasing imperiled Senator Kay Hagan all over the state like Pepe LePew running after a black cat with a strip of white paint down her back. Jan 20, 2014 3:51 AM PT

Poverty causes everything

Michelle Malkin notes the bizarre, utterly counter-factual insistence of Secretary of State John Kerry and President Obama that poverty is the root cause of terrorism: Jan 17, 2014 8:22 PM PT

"Lone Survivor" slam leaves military families outraged at film critic

I loved "Lone Survivor," and judging by the box office receipts, so did a whole lot of other people.  But film critics are not under any imperative to give it good reviews, no matter what they really think.  Even if they find its goals laudable, or respect the sacrifices of the soldiers depicted in the movie, they could still honestly express problems with the acting, direction, or other aspects of the movie.  Contrarian reviews can make for interesting reading. Jan 16, 2014 9:46 PM PT

More on Senator Udall and the ObamaCare cancellation numbers

Over the weekend, I mentioned the controversy over ObamaCare cancellation numbers in Colorado, where staffers for Democratic Senator Mark Udall have been accused of trying to intimidate state officials into keeping the true fallout from Obama's (and Udall's) Big Lie quiet.  A huge number of insurance policies - 250,000 of them - were cancelled despite the "if you like your plan, you can keep your plan" promise both Obama and Udall repeated. Jan 15, 2014 12:23 PM PT

Attack of the demon baby

The pointless and forgettable remake of "Carrie" released last fall was accompanied by a truly awesome publicity stunt, in which a coffee shop was rigged to simulate a telekinetic rampage by an enraged teenage girl. Jan 15, 2014 11:55 AM PT

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