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CNN Republican Presidential Debate November 22, 2011 (Heritage, AEI, Washington DC, GOP, Romney, Gingrich, Cain, Perry, Ron Paul, Bachmann, Santorum, Huntsman) - 11/22/11

... yet another from CNN tonight in Washington DC. It will be moderated by Wolf Blitzer and is being held in conjunction with the Heritage Foundation and the American Enterprise Institute. The horse race starts at 8pm Eastern. Like the one just 10 days ago, tonight's debate will focus on national security and foreign policy. If CNN were actually interested in hashing out the best policies, they'd...

Occupy DC helps the Koch brothers, shows what democracy actually looks like: a mob - 11/06/11

The Washington DC branch of Occupy Wall Street appears to be the dimmest and least emotionally-controlled of their various chapters. And, that's really saying something. For examples, see the videos below. In the first, they block a woman in a wheelchair from leaving a building. In the second, they use little kids as human shields. Both were shot at Friday's "Defending the American Dream" summit...

Obama zings Trump, millions of Americans at White House Correspondents Dinner - 05/01/11

Barack Obama spoke at the White House Correspondents Dinner last night and joked about Donald Trump and smeared millions of Americans who have valid questions about Obama's past. None of what Obama did was presidential, but it's what most of his supporters want and his detractors are generally unable to do anything about it. Note that even the New York Times had questions about Obama's background...

Secure Communities is mandatory, over objections of San Francisco and others - 10/01/10

... Clara County, Arlington County, Washington DC, and, of course, San Francisco. The article also quotes Walter Tejada of Arlington County as being upset, which is a good thing. And, this will one of the few positive steps Janet Napolitano has taken, just as long as it is actually mandatory in practice.

Glenn Beck "Restoring Honor" rally linked to Dick Armey (Koch too?) - 08/28/10

... a "Restoring Honor" rally in Washington DC which was attended by somewhere around a few hundred thousand people; certainly an impressive turnout (UPDATE: see below). Thankfully I didn't watch it, but Part 1 of Beck's speech is at peekURL.com/vqlzrtm and Part 1 of Sarah Palin's speech is at peekURL.com/vyn3lcr Any response to the borderline lunacy offered by Beck would become novel-length; for...

NumbersUSA harassed at immigration march by far-left, open borders fascists - 03/22/10

Roy Beck of Numbers USA attended yesterday's pro-illegal immigration march, and you can watch the reception he received on the video at peekURL.com/v41a4yc which is also attached right or below. On the video, persons dressed as mimes surrounded him as he attempted to speak to the camera and blew whistles at him in an attempt to shut him up. Not only that, but from their posting about the day's...

Slavery inside the Beltway: high-profile DC lawyer, others employed forced domestic servants - 07/01/09

From this: Some of the Washington area's wealthiest residents hired illegal immigrant women who had been forced into what experts called human slavery by a Falls Church man, federal prosecutors said... The list of Lubis' 50 clients divulged in court filings by federal prosecutors includes a high-profile Washington attorney, multiple doctors -- among them a high-ranking doctor at a Maryland...

2009 immigration marches get tea party-level turnout (actually even less) - 05/01/09

... to deport criminal aliens. * Washington DC: unspecified, but maybe a hundred; UPDATE 2: that was based on the photo from FIRM; as it turns out there were "more than 2000" per this. See also video here. The signs in that video say "Immigrant Roots Immigrant Rights". * Charlotte, North Carolina: "dozens" per this * Los Angeles: "thousands" per this; (UPDATE: "several thousands" per Amy Taxin of...

Most literate cities of 2008: NYC at #24, L.A. at #56 - 12/26/08

... Minneapolis, MN; Seattle, WA; Washington DC; St Paul, MN; and San Francisco, CA. Meanwhile, down at #26 comes New York City, being beaten out by, among others, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Raleigh, Columbus, Lexington-Fayette (Kentucky), Nashville-Davidson (Tennessee), Tulsa, and Oakland. Scrolling frantically down the page, we find Los Angeles at #56, beaten out in turn by Newark, New...