Media 2.0 – A through M

WaPo to “zero-tolerance” Dems: Good for you. Now do Menendez

Maybe Al Franken won’t be the biggest loser from Alabama’s special election. Even before Capitol Hill Democrats got a workout from patting each other on the backs for Doug Jones’ victory in Alabama, Washington Post editor James Downie issued a challenge to their newfound outrage …

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PBS suspends Tavis Smiley after sexual misconduct investigation

Variety published an exclusive this afternoon saying PBS host Tavis Smiley has been suspended by the network in the wake of a sexual misconduct investigation. “Effective today, PBS has indefinitely suspended distribution of ‘Tavis Smiley,’ produced by TS Media, an independent production company,” the public broadcaster said. …

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Doug Jones: I received a “very gracious” call from Trump today — but not from Roy Moore

Smart politics by POTUS. For years the GOP has regarded Joe Manchin as the likeliest Democrat to cross the aisle on big votes, but Manchin rarely delivers. Yeah, he’s from a very red state but he’s also a household name, having served as governor for …

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FED RAISES RATES…

FED RAISES RATES… (Second column, 14th story, link) Related stories:Economic Expansion Could Become Longest on Record…Tale of Two Tax Bills: How You’d Fare From Manhattan to Malibu…5 Million Americans in Default on Student Loans… Continue Reading....

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'Possessed' teen undergoes violent exorcism…

‘Possessed’ teen undergoes violent exorcism… (Second column, 13th story, link) Related stories:POPE: Don’t argue with Devil; He’s much more intelligent… Continue Reading....

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The Truth About Racial Profiling Is That Everyone Does It, Especially Leftists

Leftists call us evil ‘profilers’ for using common sense about the way others choose to dress Continue Reading....

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Is It Acceptable To Date Women Who Haven’t Seen Any ‘Star Wars’ Movies?

It’s a bold question with a big answer Continue Reading....

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How to Invest at 168 MPH

Some people play golf. Some people play tennis. And while I certainly understand the appeal of these great activities, I prefer to engage in recreational activities that are, shall we say, a little more extreme. Another way to describe my proclivities is the way many …

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Win many, lose two: WH bails on controversial judicial nominees

If there is one area on which Republicans across the spectrum agree on Donald Trump’s performance, it’s the judiciary. After a slow start, the White House has aggressively filled openings on the district and appellate court levels. In fact, as Roll Call pointed out yesterday, …

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The curious case of “hate speech” at Buena Vista University

There’s something curious going on at Buena Vista University in Iowa. I was reading an article from Rob Shimshock at the Daily Caller about how “hate speech is a hate crime” and may be punishable by law. That’s a matter which has already been cleared …

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