Media 2.0 – N through Z

Miss America: Latest institution destroyed by the left

As I have documented repeatedly, the left ruins just about everything it touches: the universities, the arts, the elementary schools and high schools, religion, sports and ordinary, everyday interactions between human beings – especially human beings of different races. The latest examples – in just …

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The Clever Red State Lawsuit Against the Individual Mandate, and the Justice Department’s Disappointing Response

The latest state lawsuit challenging portions of the Affordable Care Act is unlikely to get very far. Like my co-blogger Ilya Somin, I don’t think there’s much to the suit. After it was first announced, I debated one of the lawsuit’s proponents, Wisconsin Solicitor General …

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The EU’s New Privacy Rules Are Already Causing International Headaches

Well, that didn’t take long. The European Union’s long-awaited (and commercially dreaded) privacy regulations, known as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), have already begun wreaking havoc online. Before the rules took effect on May 25, commentators had warned that the GDPR would consolidate power …

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You’ll Soon Be Able to Manufacture Anything You Want and Governments Will Be Powerless to Stop It

In the very near future, governments will lose the ability to keep guns, drones, and other forbidden goods out of the hands of their subjects. They’ll also be rendered impotent to enforce trade and technology embargoes. Power is shifting from the state to individuals and …

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The Schedule: Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un’s World Peace To-Do List

  Perplexingly, many on the Left are hoping Donald Trump fails at the groundbreaking summit with Kim Jong-un. One post on social media said, “I can’t decide who I’m rooting for…they’re pretty much the same people.” And that, folks, is the Left. All they know …

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Here’s what happened at the historic Trump summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un

President Trump shook hands with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un at the commencement of their historic summit to negotiate peace for the Korean peninsula. Here’s what happened Just moments before the summit began, the president tweeted a shocking announcement about his top economic aide, …

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Prosecutors says cops framed a teenager for several crimes, police chief in on it

Two police officers and the former police chief of Biscayne Park, Florida, have been charged with framing a 16-year-old with crimes the youth didn’t commit. The reason, according to prosecutors, was to boost arrests in order falsely improve enforcement statistics for the department. What happened? …

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Is Trump a Shoo-In In 2020?

(John Hinderaker) I know, it’s way too early to speculate about the next presidential cycle, especially given our president’s age. We don’t even know, at this point, whether he will seek re-election. But at Townhall, Kevin McCullough is undeterred. He offers five reasons why Trump …

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A victory for election integrity

(Paul Mirengoff) The Supreme Court issued a decision today in Husted v. A. Phillip Randolph Institute, a case involving Ohio’s voter list maintenance policies. By a 5-4 vote, the Court upheld Ohio’s policy of removing ineligible and outdated voters from it rolls. The majority concluded …

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Breaking: Trump tweets stunning news about Larry Kudlow as historic summit begins

As President Trump was on his way to the historic summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un Monday, he tweeted stunning news about his economic advisor, Larry Kudlow. “Our Great Larry Kudlow, who has been working so hard on trade and the economy, has …

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