The Customer is Always Wrong | The Weekly Standard

The recent decision of the Washington Post to abolish its ombudsman has inspired a variety of responses among the chattering classes. via Pocket
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The View of the World from Pinch Avenue | Ed Driscoll

“If it’s Kansas, Missouri, no big deal. You know, that’s the dance of the low-sloping foreheads. The middle places, right? …Did I just say that aloud?” Yes, yes you did — and it’s not the first time you’ve used that riff, either. via Pocket
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NY Times reporter: White women seem racist on the city’s sidewalks – Hot Air Hot Air

Wednesday the NY Times published a piece titled “Was that racist?” the point of which was to look closely at ambiguous incidents which may or may not have been prompted by racism. The story opens with an incident where racism was not involved. via Pocket
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‘The Good, Racist People’ of Manhattan | Ed Driscoll

Most of the items we link to here are bread and butter examples of media bias, misguided energy policy, or Obama, Biden or another member of the left putting his proverbial John Lobb wingtip in his mouth and twisting. via Pocket
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The Trace: ‘The NRA’s Campaign of Cultural Warfare is Working’ – The Truth About Guns

Since the 1970s, possessing a firearm increases the likelihood of voting for Republican candidates . . . we find that the impact of gun ownership on the likelihood of voting for a Republican candidate increased across elections, reaching a level in 2012 nearly 50 percent higher than in 1972. via Pocket
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Militant left-wing leader arrested for allegedly inciting violence at 2016 Sacramento melee | Fox News

The prominent leader of a militant left-wing group was arrested earlier this week on charges stemming from a violent brawl last year between white nationalist groups and counter-protesters. via Pocket
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Bill Nye: Older people need to ‘die’ out before climate science can advance

“Climate change deniers, by way of example, are older. It’s generational,” Nye told the Los Angeles Times. via Pocket
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