THE NEW YORK TIMES\’ RACIST EDITORIAL

How desperate are Democrats – including the New York Times Editorial Board? Desperate enough to pump out an editorial that, in no small part, is a thinly disguised racial appeal, begging Black voters, who vote almost monolithically Democrat, to come out and push their candidates over the top. Think I\’m kidding?  Here, let me show you. Try this paragraph on for...

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THE MOST RACIST POLITICAL MOVE OF THE YEAR

I very rarely use terms “this is a new low….”.  But if what you are about to see is not a new low in racist politics for this year\’s midterm elections, I have not (and do not) want to see what beats it out. From the Democratic Party of Georgia, we have this brochure, being aimed at Black families throughout the state: Does it…..can it….get...

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THE CANADA SHOOTINGS

The reports are still early, and sketchy, from Canada\’s capital city of Ottawa, where there have been several incidents of shootings – most notably in its Parliament building. Does the fact that Prime Minister Stephen Harper – a strong supporter of the state of Israel – was going to be conferring honorary Canadian citizenship on Malala Yousafzai...

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A SURPRISE ABOUT MEDIA BIAS

According to the Pew Research Center\’s Journalism Project report, of the 32 most used news sources, 25 lean left and 7 lean right – that is 78% to 22% in favor of the left. What a surprise. Who would ever have thought that the right was as high as 22%.

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BREAKING REPUBLICAN?

As we traverse the last two weeks before midterm elections, is the country breaking Republican? Based on the just-released Associated Press/GfK poll, that answer is pretty easy to see. From Jennifer Agiesta and Emily Swanson\’s article: Amongall adults, 38 percent say they\’d like the Democrats to wind up incontrol of Congress, to 36 percent for the Republicans. But the GOPholds a...

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KAY HAGAN SKIPS HER DEBATE

If North Carolina\’s Democrat Senator Kay Hagan had shown up at tonight\’s scheduled debate with Republican opponent Thom Tillis, she would, no doubt, have been asked some hard questions about her families\’ businesses getting fat on government energy subsidies.  You can read all about this issue (or scandal, if that is your opinion) by clicking here.  But you...

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THE DEFINITION OF “JUSTICE FOR MICHAEL BROWN”

If the reports are true that Michael Brown\’s blood was in Officer Darren Wilson\’s police car – and they come from the New York Times and other credible sources – it coincides with Wilson\’s claim that the scuffle between them was partially in that car. A demand for justice would take that into account. But the endlessly-changed demand that there be...

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TREATING BLACK PEOPLE LIKE CHILDREN

Most people do not like being treated like simpleminded children.  I assume this applies to the members of the Kingdom Impact Global Ministries church, who were treated exactly that way by supporters of Senator Kay Hagan. From Derek Hunter\’s article at dailycaller.com: The contest betweenincumbent Democrat Kay Hagan and Republican challenger Thom Tillis is…turning incredibly...

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THE QUOTE OF THE DAY

Today\’s quote, and it is a beaut, comes to us from President  Barack Obama.  Speaking on al sharpton\’s radio show, he said this: “Andso some of the candidates there – it is difficult for them to haveme in the state because the Republicans will use that to try to fanRepublican turnout.  The bottom line is though, these are all folkswho vote with me...

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THE RE-EMERGENCE OF MONICA BLEWCLINSKY…ER, LEWINSKY

When I was growing up, my mother reacted to bad news (which, not infrequently, related to my performance in school) by saying “I need this like I need a loch in kop” – Yidddish for “hole in the head”. I doubt that Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks much Yiddish.  But, if she did, she might be using that expression today, in reacting to the re-emergence of Monica...

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THE PARAGRAPH OF THE DAY

Why are Democrats in the awful position they find themselves in, just two weeks from the midterm elections? Here is a lot of the answer, via an excellent summary from Josh Kraushaar\’s article at nationaljournal.com: Alltold, the cascading number of controversies and scandals in thepresident\’s second term has fed into the perception that thisadministration is out of its depth...

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GUEST PARAGRAPH: MONA CHAREN

Here\’s a new idea – maybe the start of an irregularly-posted series.  I call it a “guest paragraph”:  that is, a single paragraph which sums things up very well. The first (and possibly last – I\’m not sure about this) guest paragraph comes to us from the latest commentary written by syndicated columnist Mona Charen: Votersare souring on the...

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WHO KNOWS WHAT?

I was just reading Steven Hayward\’s latest commentary at powerlineblog.com, which talked about a Pew Research Center study, measuring knowledgeability of current events by party affiliation.  As you can see at the bottom of the chart, this study was conducted in late September – almost a month ago.  But without reading Hayward I would not have known a thing...

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