Chuck Norris gives vets growing chance at health

With the Oct. 27 announcement of the end of operations for U.S. Marines and British armed forces in Afghanistan’s Helmand province, the attention must now shift to the work that needs to be done at home. via Pocket
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Conservative trendsetter: We’re winning

A longtime conservative trendsetter says his team is winning, even if in some races an “establishment GOP” candidate eventually comes out on top. via Pocket
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Disaster! What ‘froze’ Chuck Norris?

It’s a fact: If tapped, a Chuck Norris roundhouse kick could power the entire country of Brazil for 44 days. And now America’s favorite tough guy is harnessing that power to solve the country’s “crappy Internet” problem. via Pocket
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Ex-Obama Secret Service agent ‘on verge of huge upset’

Dan Bongino, a former Secret Service agent for President Obama, says that with only days until the election, he and his team have done all they can to win Maryland’s Sixth District seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, and he believes he could be “on the verge of a huge upset.” via Pocket
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VodkaPundit » The Ugly Side of Lena Dunham

Not to take one single smidgen of a thing away from Jonah Goldberg, whom I enjoy and respect in equal and enormous measure, but Kevin Williamson is to me the most interesting thinker at National Review. Today he takes on Girls girl Lena Dunham, who he says in one sense via Pocket
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Islam’s ‘Good Cop/Bad Cop’ Routine | FrontPage Magazine

Originally published by PJ Media. Yet one more piece of evidence tying the United States to the Islamic State recently came to light. via Pocket
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The science of charismatic voices

When a right-wing Italian politician named Umberto Bossi suffered a severe stroke in 2004, his speech became permanently impaired. Strangely, this change impacted Bossi’s perception among his party’s followers—from appearing authoritarian to benevolent. via Pocket
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Why Middle-Class Americans Can’t Afford to Live in Liberal Cities – The Atlantic

Blue America has a problem: Even after adjusting for income, left-leaning metros tend to have worse income inequality and less affordable housing. On April 2, 2014, a protester in Oakland, California, mounted a Yahoo bus, climbed to the front of the roof, and vomited onto the top of the windshield. via Pocket
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When “Bumpkins” Are Smarter Than Elites | RealClearPolitics

If you want a quick, potent illustration of the distance many coastal political insiders feel from the average American, you can’t do much better than Mark Leibovich’s piece in this week’s New York Times Magazine. via Pocket
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RealClearHistory – ‘Manchurian Candidate’ Was No Mere Fiction

An influential politician who’s actually an enemy mole, turned while a prisoner of war, and now subverting America … It’s the subject of Homeland, the hit cable series. Ironically, the program’s second season on Showtime unfolds exactly 50 years after a classic movie first named its theme. via Pocket
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