Romney: I believe in man-made global warming

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This is how to not start your presidential campaign as a Republican: [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3G598Xno5qU&version=3] Key quotes: I believe the world is getting warmer, and I believe that humans have contributed to that.  It’s important for us to reduce our emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases that may be significant contributors.

Book Recommendation: Primetime Propaganda – The True Hollywood Story of How the Left Took Over Your TV

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Ben Shapiro has an amazing new book out that somehow manages to blow your mind, even though it just confirms everything we already knew about the media and left wing.  Carol Tabor at the American Thinker has an excellent review: That’s one helluva ride for a nonfiction book.  Primetime Propaganda meticulously details how a very small, incestuous group of people …

BREAKING: House passes measure condemning Obama’s action in Lybia

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Speaker Boehner led the house to a 268-145 vote rebuking Obama for unauthorized military action in Lybia: The U.S. House formally rebuked President Obama Friday for his handling of the war in Libya, though it was expected to stop short of calling for a withdrawal of U.S. forces.  In a 268-145 vote, the House approved a resolution calling on the …

Unemployment rises “Unexpectedly.” Clark Griswold responds.

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From the Wall Street Journal: The jobless rate, which is obtained from a separate household survey, unexpectedly rose to 9.1% in May from 9.0% in April. There are almost 13.9 million Americans who would like to work but can’t get a job. Economists surveyed by Dow Jones Newswires had forecast payrolls would rise by 160,000 and the jobless rate would …

Sarah Palin holds lobster, slams fishing regulation

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Through gritted teeth at Politico: En route to the clambake Palin stopped at the Yankee Fishermen’s Cooperative to talk with fishermen and pet a lobster. While there, the 2008 vice presidential nominee spent much of her time with Charles Felch, a fisherman for 44 years and owner of the Lady Victoria, a cod and lobster fishing boat. “It is survival, …

Embedding YouTube a Crime? Email your Senator!

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There is a bill in the Senate Judiciary Committee seeking to make embedding a YouTube or other video a Federal crime.  The bill is S. 978 and it amends the existing copyright code.  You can read the FULL TEXT of the bill here.  I just emailed my Senators (Alexander and Corker): Dear Senator, I’m writing to you because I’m alarmed …

How is Israel supposed to negotiate peace with this?

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[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KsbP93S6KBM&version=3] Now we’ve got Coldplay and other mindless lefty goons singing songs about “freedom for Palestine”.  Free Palestine to do what? Murder all the Jews? I don’t think so.  It’s time to stand with Israel. 

AWESOME: Britain’s MI6 hacks Al Qaeda, replaces bomb recipe with mojito cupcake recipe

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From the Telegraph: The cyber-warfare operation was launched by MI6 and GCHQ in an attempt to disrupt efforts by al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsular to recruit “lone-wolf” terrorists with a new English-language magazine, the Daily Telegraph understands. When followers tried to download the 67-page colour magazine, instead of instructions about how to “Make a bomb in the Kitchen of your …

John Edwards indicted on six counts

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from McClatchy: John Edwards, a two-time candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination and a former U.S. senator from North Carolina, was indicted today on charges of conspiracy and false statements. The indictment is the culmination of a secretive federal probe that has been going on for more than two years. The investigation has centered on allegations that donations to Edwards …

Unemployment up to 9.1%

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So, about that stimulus… By Lucia Mutikani WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Employment rose far less than expected in May to record its weakest reading since September, while the jobless rate rose to 9.1 percent as high energy prices and the effects of Japan’s earthquake bogged down the economy. Nonfarm payrolls increased 54,000 last month, the Labor Department said on Friday, with …