The failure to grow up

From National Review: Generation Free Lunch? A new study suggests Millennials haven’t learned the value of hard work. by Heather Wilhelm | September 21, 2017 | 4:00 AM | @heatherwilhelm A new study suggests Millennials haven’t learned the value of hard work. Last week, an eleven-year-old hero meticulously pushed his way into the national spotlight, …

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I wonder if we’ll see this report on the mainstream media

From the Washington Free Beacon: Report: Welfare Reform in Kansas Caused Individuals to Reenter Labor Force Earning Higher Incomes Combination of welfare reforms led to a 78 percent decline in TANF enrollment By Ali Meyer | August 27, 2017 5:00 am Welfare reform implemented in Kansas caused individuals to reenter the labor force while earning …

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Schadenfreude! Salon can’t pay its bills I wonder if @AmandaMarcotte is getting paid?

From the New York Post: Salon struggling to pay its rent By Keith J. Kelly | August 3, 2017 | 10:0 PM Salon, the struggling digital publisher, is having trouble paying its rent. A landlord who late last year evicted Salon from its New York offices for nonpayment of $90,000 in back rent is now …

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Hold them accountable! Public officials who refuse to enforce immigration laws should be counted as accessories when illegals harm citizens.

From William Teach at The Pirate’s Cove: Illegal Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Two Women Had Immigration Detainer Lodged And Ignorned July 29, 2017 – 7:17 am One of the refrains we hear from those who support illegal aliens is that they are fine with the “good ones” but not the criminal ones. In practice, though, …

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Studying or stoning? It’s no surprise which one leads to better grades.

Heather Long, who moved from CNN to The Washington Post’s WonkBlog, tweeted: These college students in Europe lost access to legal pot — and started getting better grades https://t.co/yoq6cJ1eXX via @Patrick_C_Reis — Heather Long (@byHeatherLong) July 25, 2017 And the story: These college students lost access to legal pot — and started getting better grades …

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I wonder how the left would react to a theater excluding men from a movie?

From The Washington Post: ‘It’s sexist’: Men flip out over women-only ‘Wonder Woman’ screenings By Peter Holley | May 26 at 7:17 AM A popular Texas movie theater that doesn’t shy from controversy decided to turn a screening of the new “Wonder Woman” movie into a jam-packed celebration with a single rule: “No boys allowed.” …

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The unreality based community

From National Review: Chelsea Manning and the Problem with Pronouns By David French | May 19, 2017 | 3:26 PM EDT Intolerance of disagreement in the debate over transgender issues begins to creep into law. Yesterday trans Twitter got very, very angry with me. I wrote a Corner post about Chelsea Manning’s release from prison, …

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Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III wastes the taxpayers’ dollars

The New York Times tweeted: A Mississippi man was sentenced to 49 years in prison for killing his transgender former girlfriend https://t.co/94prZNXcqc — The New York Times (@nytimes) May 16, 2017 And the story: U.S. Hate Crime Law Punishes Transgender Woman’s Killer, in a First By Liam Stack | May 16, 2017 A Mississippi man …

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Doing the right thing incenses the left

From The New York Times: Kentucky Judge, Citing Conscience, Declines to Hear Same-Sex Adoption Cases By Daniel Victor | May 1, 2017 A Family Court judge in Kentucky has recused himself from adoption cases involving gay and lesbian parents, saying that “as a matter of conscience” he could not be impartial. In a court order …

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Moral consistency: don’t bemoan Bill O’Reilly’s ouster over sexual harassment if you thought Bill Clinton should be impeached for a consensual sexual encounter

From National Review: O’Reilly, Ailes, and the Toxic Conservative-Celebrity Culture By David French | April 20, 2017 Knifework, not character or integrity, is what we demand from our ideological gladiators. We’re paying the price. There are those who say that the Left is “taking scalps,” and they have a list of Republican victims to prove …

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