Monthly Archives: May 2009

The Case Against Sotomayor

Liberals Make Case Against Sotomayor – Indictments of Obama’s front-runner to replace Souter. This isthe first in a series of reports by TNR legal affairs editor Jeffrey Rosen about the strengths and weaknesses of the leading candidates on Barack Obama’s … Continue reading

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A Portrait of Judge Sonia Sotomayor

Educational and Professional Background Judge Sonia Sotomayor graduated from Princeton University summa **** laude in 1976 and attended Yale Law School. At Yale, she served as an editor of the Yale Law Journal and managing editor of the Yale Studies … Continue reading

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OBAMA’S WAR ON TALK RADIO

Obama’s liberal philosophy dictates that when the news is bad, shoot the messenger.  The newest data from Arbitron, the company charged with measuring the size of radio audiences, suggests that listenership to hip hop, inner city, and minority radio has … Continue reading

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The Death of “Common Sense”

Today we mourn the passing of a beloved old friend, Common Sense, who Has been with us for many years. No one knows for sure how old he was, since his birth records were long ago lost in bureaucratic red … Continue reading

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Saying goodbye to a man I never knew

Remembering Frankie – Saying goodbye to a man I never knew~By: James S. Robbins Back in college I picked up a used LP entitled A Year in a New Kind of War. It was a 1966 release from ABC records, … Continue reading

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EDITORIAL: Remembering our heroes

Jets from the Navy’s Flight Demonstration Squadron, the Blue Angels, fly over graduation and commissioning ceremonies Friday at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis in an aerial salute to the 1,036 members of the class of 2009. By a coincidence … Continue reading

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Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Religion, Emotional Support For U.S. Troops Endangered

URGENT NEW PETITION for our troops and chaplains. Please click, sign, WE WILL FAX your petition automatically to 435 members of Congress (saving you hours of labor!) BREAKING NEWS: Pentagon Burns Soldiers Bibles – Military Chaplains Attacked  A Pentagon spokesman … Continue reading

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A Genetic Clue to Why Autism Affects Boys More

Ten year-old Tristan Bonnert, who has autism, with his mother Delilah at their home in Columbia, S.C. – Mary Ann Chastain / AP Among the many mysteries that befuddle autism researchers: why the disorder affects boys four times more often … Continue reading

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Helio Castroneves wins his third Indy 500 title for Penske Dallara Honda Team

One more win and Brazilian, now U.S. resident, joins all-time greats Britain’s Dan Wheldon finishes second Danika Patrick finishes third.   Helio Castroneves celebrates winning the Indianapolis 500. Photograph: Darrell Ingham/Getty Images Helio Castroneves captured his third Indy 500 to … Continue reading

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The Death of Israel

From Caroline Glick, deputy editor and op-ed writer for the Jerusalem Post, comes alarming news.  An expert on Arab-Israeli relations with excellent sources deep inside Netanyahu’s government, she reports that CIA chief Leon Panetta, who recently took time out from … Continue reading

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