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I beheld a pale horse, and his name that sat on him was Sequester

Mar 4, 2013 8:07 AM PT

David Harsanyi's new book, Obama's Four Horsemen: The Disasters Unleashed by Obama's Reelection is out today.  He posted a hefty excerpt over at Human Events, where he and I are two of the primary horsemen.  Based on this, I think he wants to be Death, and I'll be War.  

He's using the apocalyptic metaphor to describe a very serious paradigm shift covering the eight years of Obama, coupled with the rapid approach of unsustainable government disasters set in motion long before Barack Hussein Obama was born.  Like most great disasters, this one is a matter of timing; it's a one-two-punch that will shatter all the seals of Big Government Revelations at once.  (The Bible calls for seven seals, but due to sequestration we can now afford only five, and they're forged from recycled Solyndra solar panels.)

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Spielberg's Deeply Christian 'Schindler's List' Arrives on Blu-ray

Mar 4, 2013 7:09 AM PT

Obviously, director Stephen Spielberg's Oscar-winning "Schindler's List" is a loving tribute to his Jewish faith and its perseverance throughout history. But another religious thread that runs through the masterpiece is a Christian one found in the character arc of the film's protagonist, Oskar Schindler (Liam Neeson in the role that should've won him the Oscar).


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Lady Bosses

Mar 4, 2013 6:56 AM PT

Having spent decades working in psychology, a field heavily populated by highly competitive women, I had certainly seen the queen bee before: The female boss who not only has zero interest in fostering the careers of women who aim to follow in her footsteps, but who might even actively attempt to cut them off at the pass.

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The Kids Are Alright

Mar 4, 2013 6:46 AM PT

And now for a good word about Chicago public schools: I spent a leisurely afternoon yesterday at the Chicago World of Wheels hot rod & custom car show, and happened upon this group of Dunbar High students proudly showing off their shop class project, a slammed full custom import sporting Lambo-style doors.  

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Klavan Defends Seth MacFarlane's 'Boobs'

Mar 4, 2013 6:21 AM PT

Last week I wrote a defense of Seth McFarlane's Sunday night performance as Oscar host. Because he's smarter than I am,  my pal Andrew Klavan took that a step further picking up on something I hadn't even thought of: that MacFarlane's "We Saw Your Boobs" song is kinda conservative:

Criticize the song??? The right should’ve posted the bloody song on every website we have! We should have said: Hey, ladies, if it makes you feel bad when someone publicly talks about what you publicly do — guess what? Don’t do it! Do something else instead! Maybe treat your bodies with dignity and respect — the way you’ll want your daughters to treat their bodies. The way men ought to treat them.

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CPAC 2013

Se Habla Espanol at CPAC?

Mar 4, 2013 6:17 AM PT
 ACU Chairman Al Cardenas,who went on Telemundo’s Enfoque,  announced a  major immigration push set to launch at this coming CPAC. Cardenas, a Cuban-American that hails from the boogie-down known as Miami, has always suggested that immigration would be playing an important role in future elections. Cardenas will be introducing another fellow 'Cubaniche' Senator Marco Antonio Rubio during CPAC next week in Washington, D.C.

So should we expect to see Arroz con Pollo y Platanas at the CPAC buffet table?


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