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A SECOND AMENDMENT POP QUIZ

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DIVORCE: NORTH KOREAN STYLE

Last week, North Korea’s second-in-command, Jang Song Thaek faced a special military tribunal and was promptly executed. Immediately, pundits and political analysts began asking questions. Did this show a Kim Jong Un to be a weakened, fearful “Supreme Leader?” Or … Continue reading

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YOU HAVE TO START SOMEWHERE

About thirty percent of the five-thousand member American Studies Association just voted 2-1 to boycott Israeli universities in protest against Israeli human-rights abuses in their treatment of the Palestinian population. When asked to justify the boycott, American Studies Association President, … Continue reading

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GEORGIE PORGIE

This just in from Canon City, Colorado: Hunter Yelton, a six-year-old, has been suspended from school for sexual harassment because his kissed a girl at the school on the hand. This is the second time he’s been caught doing the … Continue reading

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Apartheid and Obamacare

When a politician has little or no affinity for a newsworthy issue or event yet attempts to draw analogy between what is inundating the media and his or her own agenda, you can bet that the reason is rank opportunism. … Continue reading

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