Sunday, June 25, 2017

Larwyn's Linx: Democrats React To GOP Healthcare Bill With Assassination-style Hate Speech

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Democrats React To GOP Healthcare Bill With Assassination-style Hate Speech: Jeff Dunetz
Epidemic of lawlessness: Scott Johnson
Remain Calm Democrats, All Is Well: Daniel J. Flynn

They’re Wrong About Everything: Matthew Continetti
‘Mitch McConnell is a terrorist’: Could Bernie Sanders tone it down?: Twitchy
Supreme Court Limits Rights Of Property Owners: DC

McCabe's FBI Hosts Gay Pride Summit: AIM
Supreme Court - The terrifying and terrible prospect of Justice Kennedy retiring: WaPo
There are 8 Senators who could make or break the GOP health bill: Axios


Black Unemployment Reaches Lowest Level In 17 Years: RWN
Mark Levin: Obamacare 'Here to Stay', Single-Payer 'on the Way,' GOP Helping: Jeff Poor
Do Republicans Even Remember Why Obamacare Should Be Repealed?: Jim Jamitis

Scandal Central

Senate Judiciary Announces Probe Into Loretta Lynch's Behavior During 2016 Election: Debra Heine
The DNC Scams the Suckers and Contradicts the Feds on 'Hacking': Clarice Feldman
Sealing and transfer (to obama library!) of Susan Rice records angers House committee: Times


The Obamas' never-ending vacation: Tropical Bali edition: AT
Fake News: Z Man
Cast Of Trump Assassination Play Is “Exhausted, Nervous, And Fearful” Or Something: RWN


American prisoner released by North Korea dies after torture in captivity: James Simpson
Per Hizb ut-Tahrir Leader- A Clash is Inevitable.: Daily Mail
Suicide bomber blows self-up near Mecca : Yahoo!

Report: Trump Administration Considering Arab Peace Coalition Summit: Treehouse
Israel, American Jewry, and Trump's GOP: Caroline Glick
Video from the Battle for Raqqa: BattleSwarm

Sci-Tech (courtesy BadBlue Tech News)

Killer whales are stalking boats and stealing their fish: Verge
Got Robocalled? Don’t Get Mad; Get Busy.: Brian Krebs
6 Things Quantum Computers Will Be Incredibly Useful For: Mark Jackson


Ghost Candidates Sway Democrat Voters: C&S
Joe Scarborough: “Mystified” Too Much or Not Enough?: MOTUS
Unlucky or just ill?: Sondrakistan

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QOTD: "The fact is that almost the entirety of what one reads in the paper or on the web is speculation. The writer isn't telling you what happened, he is offering an interpretation of what happened, or offering a projection of the future. The best scenario is that these theories are novel, compelling, informed, and based on reporting and research. But that is rarely the case. More often the interpretations of current events, and prophesies of future ones, are merely the products of groupthink or dogma or emotions or wish-casting, memos to friends written by 27-year-olds who, in the words of Ben Rhodes, "literally know nothing." There was a time when newspapers printed astrology columns. They no longer need to. The pseudoscience is on the front page.

Nor are the empty conjectures and worthless hypotheses limited to Donald Trump. Yes, pretty much the entire world, myself included, assumed he would lose to Hillary Clinton. Indeed, a not-insignificant segment of the political class, both Democrat and Republican, thought the Republicans would not only lose the presidency but also the House and Senate. Oops! I remember when, as the clock reached midnight on November 8 and it became clear Trump would be the forty-fifth president, a friend called. "Are we just wrong about everything?" he asked." --Matthew Continetti

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