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'Z Nation': lightweight zombie contender for the 'Walking Dead' championship belt

This weekend SyFy launched their entry into the zombie apocalypse genre, "Z Nation."  It's from the people who made "Sharknado."  It's trying to ride the coattails of the biggest show on television, "The Walking Dead," which is only a few weeks away from kicking off its new season on AMC.  The crazy thing is, it just might work, because this lightweight contender for the zombie championship belt is surprisingly good. Sep 14, 2014 11:19 AM PT

ISIS beheads another hostage

The not-Islamic Islamic State we're not at war with just beheaded another hostage on video, this time a citizen of the United Kingdom, another member of the non-coalition our hideously incompetent President forgot to put together before he announced it on television last Wednesday.  The British seem inclined to believe the videotaped execution of aid worker David Haines is authentic, as Prime Minister David Cameron took to Twitter on Saturday evening to denounce the heinous deed: Sep 13, 2014 5:34 PM PT

Good news: IRS follows the law sometimes

Enjoy the spectacle of IRS Commissioner John Koskinen, Shredder of Hard Drives, explaining that his agency likes to follow the law whenever it can: Sep 11, 2014 8:47 AM PT

More news from the ISIS Ladies' Auxiliary

19-year-old Shannon Conley pled guilty today on charges of conspiracy to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization today.  She's the suburban Colorado gal who got nicked by the FBI while trying to board a plane to join up with ISIS in Syria.  Her potential sentence, according to CBS News, is a surprisingly light five years in federal prison, plus a $250,000 fine.  With time off for good behavior, she ought to be back on the streets long before President Obama's new three-year strategy to dismantle the Islamic State plays out.  (Let's be honest, even if she shanks somebody in prison and serves extra time, she'll probably still be out before Obama's strategy could run its course.) Sep 10, 2014 12:57 PM PT

The Midwestern mystery virus

It looks like we've got a full-blown outbreak on our hands, spreading out from the Midwest, particularly Kansas City and Chicago.  Ten states have now requested assistance from the Centers for Disease Control for dealing with a surge in rare EV-D68 infections, including Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, and Oklahoma.   Sep 9, 2014 8:15 AM PT

Fighting for ISIS is no reason to keep someone out of the country, huh?

I guess Obama's "pen and phone" don't work when it comes to blindingly obvious no-brainer decisions that would protect Americans from terrorists.  This should be one of the biggest "well, duh!" initiatives in history - you're on a no-fly, no-entry list as an enemy combatant the instant you leave to fight with ISIS, with a process conducted overseas to resolve complaints that this judgment has been rendered in error.  (Let's be fair and stipulate that the face-plant Big Government that brought us ObamaCare is going to get a few of these cases wrong, so there has to be some mechanism for appeals, but keep the suspect individual in a holding pattern outside our borders until it's resolved.) Sep 7, 2014 5:50 AM PT

DNC chair demonstrates how politics replace personal character for liberals

It's a core tenet of authoritarian "liberalism" that political positions completely override personal character.  If you have the "wrong," non-liberal politics, it doesn't matter how good and decent you are.  Loving and gentle husbands become "abusive to women" by opposing the abortion and mandatory-birth-control agendas, for example.  Politics even erases individual identity, as any conservative woman who has ever been ceremonially stripped of her femininity, or any conservative black man who has ever been told he's not really black, can attest. Sep 6, 2014 7:17 AM PT

Shazam! 5 more IRS email accounts vanish!

The nefarious Homework-Eating Dog lunged from the shadows and gobbled up the email accounts of five more employees involved in the Tax Exempt Organizations voter-suppression scandal, including two of the famed "low level employees from the Cincinnati office," according to a report from the Associated Press on Friday. Sep 5, 2014 1:48 PM PT

HealthCareDotGov got hacked

The first hacker attack on the ObamaCare federal exchange website - at least, the first one the Administration is aware of, and willing to admit to - happened in July, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.  Reportedly one of the test servers got hacked, and while some malware was uploaded, we are assured no data was stolen.   Sep 4, 2014 5:58 PM PT


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