Media 2.0 – A through M

The Australian plebiscite on gay marriage is finally over

It took a couple of months and was filled with charges and countercharges of dirty tricks and the suppression of free speech, but the Australian plebiscite on gay marriage is finally finished. The people responded in large numbers and in the end, the tally ran …

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Senate tax bill: Corporate cuts permanent, but individuals … not so much?

The Senate has finally produced its proposed version of tax reform nearly halfway through this session of Congress, and it’s clear that Republicans in Congress don’t talk much with each other. Not only did Finance chair Orrin Hatch include a repeal of the ObamaCare individual …

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Kills in 3 HOURS…

Kills in 3 HOURS… (Third column, 17th story, link) Related stories:Plague ‘resilient’ to antibiotics… Continue Reading....

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Secret Service Agent says Joe Biden is the Washington DC Weinstein

Secret Service Agent says Joe Biden is the Washington DC Weinstein Have you seen Joe Biden around women? Dude is like a kid in the candy store. The man is an unabashed sexual harasser of all women. And his behavior with children suggests he’s an …

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Michelle Malkin: Silence on Sleaze-Bob Menendez

The verdict is in. Continue Reading....

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Military May Just Get the Boost It Needs

It’s not exactly “Man Bites Dog,” but “Congress Gets Defense Spending Right” is almost as surprising a headline. Continue Reading....

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AL FRANKEN DEMANDS SOCIAL MEDIA CENSORSHIP OVER 'RUSSIAN COLLUSION'…

AL FRANKEN DEMANDS SOCIAL MEDIA CENSORSHIP OVER ‘RUSSIAN COLLUSION’… (Second column, 7th story, link) Continue Reading....

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Yes, Virginia, There is Vote Fraud

Virginia’s voter rolls are not being maintained accurately as required by the National Voter Registration Act  Continue Reading....

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'Mooring' Bill Clinton

Compared to Clinton, Roy Moore looks like a gentleman.  Continue Reading....

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Zimbabwe and the “bloodless correction”

When is a coup not a coup? That’s the rather tricky question that the military of Zimbabwe is trying to avoid this morning. In just the past day the army seized control, took President Robert Mugabe and his wife into detention and deployed troops throughout …

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