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With six, you get egg roll. Oops. Sorry, Ms. Wong.
From each according to his abilities...
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You Say You Want a Revolution

James Carroll Wrote: Oct 28, 2013 5:47 PM
If the Founding Fathers had had the communication capabilities we have, it would have been easier for them to hang together as Benjamin Franklin admonished them to do. If, however, King George had had the NSA, huge server farms to record communications of sovereign citizens, the limitless resources of a George Soros, and a gang of criminals such as the current administration has, then the Founding Fathers would most assuredly have hanged separately.
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Obama's Confession of Indifference

James Carroll Wrote: Oct 11, 2013 11:41 AM
Oh, we care, all right.
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James Carroll Wrote: Jul 08, 2013 9:59 AM
You mentioned that Fox News broke the story of Fast and Furious. While it's true that Fox promulgated the story to a large TV audience, people who listen to Roger Hedgecock's radio program and podcasts ( www.rogerhedgecock.com ) knew about the scandal quite awhile before any other media outlet began to raise the public consciousness about it. That's been true of multiple other controversial topics. The major premise of this column -- that inaccuracy in reporting harms the credibility of a news outlet (poisoning the well) -- is quite correct.
Really? Where's his halo?
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Real Freedoms Fading Fast

James Carroll Wrote: Jan 31, 2013 11:29 AM
He is not qualified to run a 7-11 store.
It's obvious that the democrats assume that we have seen our last Republican president. It's equally obvious that the democrats in the Senate anticipate a permanent majority, as witness Reid's recent efforts to mess with the filibuster. They figure that the fix is in, that they have a permanent voting majority, a permanent dependent underclass that will vote for the party who promises them their "fair shot" and their "fair share" of the nation's productivity and the government's largess.
Please show me the provenance of the term "collective bargaining rights."
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