Interesting Bits

10/21/2016 7:16

Surprisingly, He Had a Valid Driver's LIcense

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10/21/2016 6:54

OUtliers or Valid

 Has there been such a variance in polls in previous elections. The IBD poll, the most acccurate in previous electiions has Trump up by one. The Rasmussen poll has him up two. Other polls show him behind.

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10/21/2016 6:46

Change, But Not for the Better

Columnist George Will notes the radical leftists have changed acadmeia but it's not for the better.

That purpose, as Hanna Holborn Gray, a former president of the University of Chicago, once said, is not to make young adults comfortable, it is to make them think. Since 1975, however, universities have embraced the doctrine that speec#mce_temp_url#h that offends people actually harms them, mentally and even physically.

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10/20/2016 10:53

Tough to Narrow it Down

The Five Most Outrageous Hillary Clinton Lies from the Last Debate.  (Trimmed down from 55 for the sake of time and space.)

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10/20/2016 7:09

Our Gangster Government

 In the Obama era, we have seen the remorseless merging of the party and the state - in the IRS, in the Justice Department and elsewhere. Whatever one feels about, say, Scandinavia, they at least come to their statism and socialism more or less honestly. Not so the United States.

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10/20/2016 7:00

True Crime

Police: Austin man steals man's phone and cash, gets runover by victim

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10/19/2016 11:51

A 1 Point Lead

e IBD/TIPP poll — a collaboration between Investor's Business Daily (IBD) and TechnoMetrica Market Intelligence (TIPP) — has been the most accurate in recent presidential elections, has Trump in a one-point lead against Clinton.

(Polls can be biased and they can be wrong. With its recent track record, the IBD/TIPP deserves some credibility. It might still be wrong, but it's not biased)

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10/19/2016 9:38

Real News Story From Washington Post

The Obama administration Justice Department has investigated three senior officials for mishandling classified information over the past two years but only one faces a felony conviction, possible jail time and a humiliation that will ruin his career: former Joint Chiefs of Staff vice chairman General James E. Cartwright. The FBI’s handling of the case stands in stark contrast to its treatment of Hillary Clinton and retired General David Petraeus — and it reeks of political considerations.

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10/19/2016 6:40

Gosh, Cesspits of Violence

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10/19/2016 6:32

But Don't Expect Media Coverage

George Will: The system is rigged and the IRS is a part of it.

It is hard to think of an innocent reason why Democrats spend so much time, energy and money, scarce resources all, resisting attempts to purge the voter rolls, that is to remove people who are dead or otherwise have left the jurisdiction. It's hard to think of an innocent reason why they fight so tremendously against Voter I.D. laws. They say, well that burdens the exercise of a fundamental right. The Supreme Court has said that travel is a fundamental right and no one thinks that showing an I.D. at the airport burdens that fundamental right. 

We know -- we don't surmise -- we know that the 2010, '12 and '14 elections were rigged by the most intrusive and potentially punitive institution of the federal government, the IRS. You can read all about it in Kim Strassel's book Intimidation Game. She's familiar to all Wall Street Journal readers and FOX viewers. This is not a surmise. I have talked to lawyers in a position to know they say it's still going on. The IRS is still intolerantly delaying the granting of tax exempt to conservative advocacy groups to skew the persuasion of this campaign.

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George L. Duncan
George L. Duncan