Some Good Reasons to Chuckle

It’s not often you get to really laugh at politics. But thanks to a bunch of self-exploding Democrats in Virginia and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Republicans had some good chuckles this week. via Pocket
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Lessons From the Past, by Dr. Thomas Sowell | Creators Syndicate

Seventy-one years ago this month — in January 1948 — a black, 17-year-old high school dropout left home. The last grade he had completed was the 9th grade. He had no skills, little experience, and not a lot of maturity. via Pocket
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Dems Squirm as Graham Calls for Up or Down Vote on Green New Deal

“Every signal appears to be that the Green New Deal is going to be a major part of the presidential election,” said Anthony Leiserowitz, director of the Yale University Program on Climate Change Communication. via Pocket
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Hey, Siri: Read My Lips – IEEE Spectrum

There are lots of digital assistant commands one should never say out loud in front of other people. But in a few years, proximity to eavesdroppers might not be a problem anymore, because we’ll be able to silently mouth all that embarrassing dictation. via Pocket
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The Hijacking of a Presidential Election

In January of 2017, the Federal Election Commission reported that in the 2016 general election Mrs. Clinton received 65,853,516 votes and Mr. Trump received 62,984,825 votes. Clinton therefore beat Trump by 2,868,691 popular votes. via Pocket
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Islam: The West’s ‘Most Formidable and Persistent Enemy’

At the height of Western dominance over Islam in the early twentieth century, the European historian Hilaire Belloc (b. 1870) made a remarkably prescient observation that may have seemed exaggerated at the time: via Pocket
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The Issue That Could Give Trump a Lasting Presidential Legacy

In his State of the Union address, President Trump once again made a strong case for border security and immigration reform, declaring it our “moral duty” to protect the lives of our citizens, while emphasizing the importance of legal immigration. via Pocket
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