A Friday LinkSwarm on Friday. Will wonders never cease?
Ted Cruz hails from the Republican wing of the Republican Party.
Speaking of Cruz: “Cruz acquired his citizenship, at birth, through his mother. He is a natural born US citizen and eligible to be President of the United States. Let us never have to speak of this again.”
Victor Davis Hanson does an Obama scandalrama roundup.
A few Democrats appear to be defying the idea that Hillary is unbeatable, just like she was in 2008.
163 Ohio poll workers dismissed for that voting fraud that doesn’t exist.
Teen complains that Facebook just isn’t like it was when they were 7.
Why is Dennis Franz shooting Martin Luther King?
Muslim Brotherhood calls on followers to tourch Coptic churches.
The Jewish community isn’t wild about Alice Walker’s new book. Uh, guys? Given that Walker believes in David Icke’s shapeshifting lizard people, I’d say rational political discourse isn’t in her wheelhouse.
Jesse Jackson Jr. sentenced.
NPR Ombudsmen rips them a new one, but NPR itself stands by the lies: “At NPR, commitment to leftist ideology trumps any fealty to the facts.”
Dead Goblin Report, Texas Edition: “A couple of Texas criminals had the tables turned on them when a Texas man — taken as a hostage along with his wife and forced to rob a bank — decided he’d had enough and pulled a gun out of his glove box and shot them, killing one.”
Terry McAuliffe: Parasitic tick on the body politic.
Ashton Kutcher actually making sense. “Opportunity looks an awful lot like hard work.” Also: No job is beneath you.
Dear dumbass: Don’t put out a call on Twitter for people to sell you drugs.
Washington Post headline writers evidently have no idea what the word “surreal” means.
Speaking of the Post, evidently their biggest problem is that they still have one token conservative on staff.
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