Monthly Archives: October 2010

They don’t know how to love him

Diane Suffern at the HotAir Greenroom calls attention to another art world desecration of a desecration: Here’s the statement from the artist’s web catalog: The destruction of the Enrique Chagoya “The Misadventures of the Romantic Cannibals” at the Loveland Museum

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Everybody Did Get Stoned

The above video (h/t Next Media and HotAir headlines) has things just about right, as far as I can tell. According to most recent polls, California voters favor a ballot measure that could legalize possession of up to 1 ounce

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A vote for steady incremental decline

If conservatives are wrong about everything else, they may be right about this one underlying fact: A certain idea of American greatness may be slipping into the past. From that perspective, “steady incremental decline” may even begin to look like one of the better open paths.

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Conservative Winter Soldiers and the Last Man

Unable to figure out why the President “is” sending troops to Afghanistan, Charles Krauthammer concludes a column about his quandary by reaching across the aisle… for a melodramatic cheap shot: Sen. Kerry, now chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, asked

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Death Panel by Proxy

Ed Morrissey discovers the shocking news that adding 30+ million to the number of insured Americans may exacerbate a national physician shortage – except, for Ed, the problem isn’t more people visiting doctors about, say, that odd mole that grows

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