Amy M.

RE: Gingrich on God

 

Following up on Jim’s earlier post on last night’s premiere of Rediscovering God in America, one of the more interesting examples of God in Washington, D.C. sits atop the Washington Monument (completed in 1884). The Monument’s capstone is engraved with the Latin phrase, Laus Deo (“Praise Be to God”). Although visitors cannot see the inscription […]

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The Saddest of News

 

Late last night word spread through Washington about the unexpected death of the National Taxpayers Union president, John Berthoud. John was a gentleman, one of the wittiest and hardest working men in Washington, and a friend. He will be missed by all. Our hearts and prayers go out to John’s family. For more about this […]

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Ghosts, Part II

 

Part II of Michael Yon’s Ghosts of Anbar is now available online. Again, you can sign up to receive his dispatches here.

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War and Peace

 

Two quick items of note on war and politics: 1.) Michael Yon’s latest dispatch is now posted over at Michael Yon Online — the conclusion of Bread and a Circus. If you haven’t signed up yet for his e-mail updates, you can do so here. 2.) A presidential debate worth watching… sponsored by LIVESTRONG/Lance Armstrong […]

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Superman

 

If you haven’t been reading Michael Yon’s dispatches from Iraq, you should be. Check out his latest here.

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Shaken or Stirred is the Question

 

A few months back, Jed Babbin and I debated the choice of Daniel Craig to play the new 007. I had seen the movie, Jed had not. Well, with the release of Casino Royale on DVD this past week, here is Jed’s flip-flop: OK, much as I hate to admit it, Daniel Craig is a […]

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RE: Gutfeld TV

 

For a sneak peek, click here. Congrats Greg!

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Politico Photo Contest

 

Today’s winner is Hillary Clinton with three photos (yesterday was Mitt Romney with four). Is there a pattern here?

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RE: Romney and the Jewish Vote

 

Phil: A side note — in the same issue of the Politico, there are 4 photos of Romney (1 in the story you refer to and 3 others). Everyone else mentioned in the issue is only pictured once save for Nancy Pants who got 2!

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Where in the World Is 007?

 

Just in case you were wondering, China. Casino Royale has just premiered in Beijing and Shanghai and is the first Bond flick to clear Chinese censors. The PR pitch: "This film is about fighting the common enemy of terrorism." The film's producers get the bigger picture, why can't we?

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