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Thursday, December 21, 2017

If You Go to These Mooks for Food for Thought, You’ll Starve!

 

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David Brooks, left; David Frum, right.
 



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Thomas Friedman, left; Peggy Noonan, right.
 













John Podhoretz, left; Bill Kristol, right.
 













Jonah Goldberg, left; Michael Barone, right.
 














Linda Chavez, left; Dick Morris, right.
 


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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
Dreamers again blessing us with cultural enrichment? http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/12/21/man-stops-attempted-rape-woman-with-mouth-duct-taped-in-truck-suspect-arrested.html
Fortunately in this case an alert US citizen was on the scene. Taylor O'Neill couldn't get past a pick up truck parked in an alleyway and when he got out to investigate he saw a woman with duct tape on her mouth and a man attempting to rape her, when he interrupted the attack she escaped and the man drove away. O'Neill was able to take a photo of the license plate. Police later arrested 27 yr. old Jorge Alejandro Cruz De Armas on multiple charges, and believe there are more victims. No word on his legal status. The victims name has not been released. According to the article she accepted a ride from De Armas to a Wells Fargo bank. No word on whether she knew him but if she didn't then accepting a ride as a young woman from a strange male to a bank is asking for trouble.