Low Popahirum, National Edition (7-31-14)

“There is not much that is simple about the Arab–Israeli conflict, but there is one thing that is certain: The question of how many Palestinian women and children are going to die in Gaza is not going to be decided by the Israelis — it is going to be decided by Hamas.” – Kevin Williamson/National Review

“But Michelle Nunn is only the latest Senate Democratic candidate to be exposed as a phony.” – Washington Post

“Senator Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) and Senator Cory Booker (D-New Jersey) were on MSNBC’s ‘The Cycle’ talking about their bill to reform the criminal justice system in order to help convicted felons rebuild their lives. Unfortunately, the host Ari Melber decided to play the fourth-placed network‘s favorite tactic against Senator Paul and other conservatives: the race card.” – IJ Review

“Record-low primary election turnout is threatening to magnify Democratic midterm worries.” – The Hill

“Believing they would not have the votes to pass their own bill, House leadership has canceled the vote on Boehner’s border bill.” – Breitbart

“In order to justify killing Jews, Jew-haters throughout history made up libels about the Jews that were so awful that they justified, at least for the Jew-hater, the mass murder of Jews. The charge that the Jews of every age — not just some Jews at one time — killed God Himself was used by medieval Christians to justify mass murdering of Jews.” – Dennis Prager/National Review

“The more ObamaCare backers try to attack the D.C. Circuit Court’s decision that limits subsidies to state-run exchanges, the more it looks like the two judges on that panel got it right.” – Investor’s Business Daily 

This is really kind of breathtaking. Despite what it looks like, Josh Barro is not a teenager; he is almost 30 years old. He graduated from Harvard. He works for the most prominent newspaper in the world. And … this:” – Red Dreher/American Conservative


“In dipping into Daniel Halper’s interesting new book about the Clintons’ return from the grave that they had dug for themselves during their White House years (from an approval rating of 66 percent after his impeachment he plummeted to 39 percent upon leaving the White House to a chorus of pardon-induced Bronx cheers), a thought occurs: We have been reading these exposés about the malfeasance of the most corrupt presidential family in American history for over two decades! For some reason the scandals that these books reveal never sinks into the American mind. Today, despite Bill Clinton’s public record of shoddy financial deals, brutal politics, and endless abuse of women, he is the most beloved of recent presidents.” – Bob Tyrrell/American Spectator

“Since the Houston City Council passed an ordinance banning discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation, opponents have been gathering signatures to reverse the measure.” – BuzzFeed



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