Friday, April 07, 2017

Larwyn's Linx: Happy “Nuclear” Day!

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Happy “Nuclear” Day!: Jeff Dunetz
Arkansas Senator Torches Democrats' Hypocrisy On Gorsuch Filibuster: Matt Vespa
After Gorsuch: The Next Supreme Court Justice to Likely Step Down: Josh Billinson

2,070 Refugees Arrived in U.S. in March; 54% Drop From February: CNS
Minnesota: Chaos and bloodshed at Democratic caucus in Somali-dominated ward: Creeping
KS-04 Special Election Moves to Likely Republican: Cook

Trump Orders Strike Against Syrian Base: RWN
A 1,389 Year-Old `Phobia'?: Raymond Ibrahim
Is the Trump Era Already Over?: Daniel Greenfield

Constitution Series: A Republic, If You Can Keep It: Claudia Henneberry
These Are the Questions Susan Rice Needs to Answer : David Harsanyi
San Diego Newspaper Starts to Sway on Illegal Immigration: RWN


March jobs disappoint at 98,000, but unemployment drops to 4.5 percent: Joseph Lawler

Scandal Central

Susan Rice Changes Her Story Twice in Two Weeks: Kaitlan Collins
Obama Lied About Removing All Chemical Weapons from Syria: EIB
Video: Here's the nastiest little congressional hearing exchange you'll see in a while: David Freddoso


‘War on Cops’ author Heather Mac Donald shouted down at UCLA by hysterical BLM kooks: Jennifer Kabbany
The Big Yawn: C&S
When Susan Rice Assured NPR Obama Admin Removed Chemical Weapons From Syria: Mark Hemingway


US Launches More Than 50 Tomahawk Missiles Against Syrian Airfield: Jonah Bennett
America launches airstrikes on Syria: Daily Mail
A Swedish woman ran 1134 miles across Iran to challenge Islamophobia in her own country: @CJWerleman

No to Bombing Syria: Daniel Pipes
Trump Tears Up Obama’s Half-Assad Policy: George Neumayr
Initial reports indicate Syrian airbase 'almost completely destroyed': Fox

Sci-Tech (courtesy BadBlue Tech News)

Time to watch Zcash: Jim Fredrickson
10 Insurance Firms Test Blockchain for Insurance in China: Wolfie Zhao
You won’t be able to buy autonomous cars until 2026, says Ford: David Curry


Don Rickles, Legendary Insult Comic, Dies at 90: Scoop
Time For the Good Guys To Strike Back: MOTUS
Enjoying a Little Nukie: C&S

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QOTD: "Even those who oppose Judge Gorsuch used to sing a different tune about the standards for judicial confirmation. For instance, the senior senator from California put it best when she said: "I think when it comes to filibustering a Supreme Court appointment, you really have to have something out there, whether it's gross moral turpitude or something that comes to the surface." Speaking of a previous Republican president's nominee, she further said, "Now, I mean, this is a man I might disagree with. That doesn't mean he shouldn't be on the court."

In fact, President Obama filibustered a Supreme Court nomination while he was a senator, yet later expressed regret over that decision. He said, "I think that, historically, if you look at it, regardless of what votes particular senators have taken, there's been a basic consensus, a basic understanding, that the Supreme Court is different. And each caucus may decide who's going to vote where and what but that basically you let the vote come up, and you make sure that a well-qualified candidate is able to join the bench, even if you don't particularly agree with them."" --Sen. Tom Cotton

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