The Week in Review: Ezra Klein? Still an Idiot, But So is Terry McAuliffe

Posted: Sep 08, 2013 12:01 AM

Ambassador Kevin Brady, from the People’s Republic of Texas, joined the program to discuss the future of the Federal Reserve.

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Congressman Kevin Brady, from the Republic of Texas, joined the program to discuss the future of the Federal Reserve:

What’s Right With Ransom:

Ezra Klein is STILL an Idiot:

Big Three:

Number Three:

Jobs Report! And in case you didn’t already know: that means everyone is going to speculate on what the Fed will think of today’s numbers.

Number Two:

I know we’ve discussed this many times. . . But it is just so relevant. Besides, this time the Brilliant and Radiant Scarlet Fu will explain that today’s numbers show we’re becoming a part time nation.

Number One:

Keeping with our trend of talking about Jobs, here’s the Labor Secretary himself – Tom Perez – putting that incomparable White House spin on the numbers.

The full program, from Friday- start to finish, for your educational benefit:

Other News:

More protests for an increase in low skill labor costs.

Syria, and Obama. . . There are so many things wrong with this situation.

But at least the rebels seem like really good people. . . Right?

Common Core, and its impact on parenting.

Maybe a touch of overkill?

More perspective on the Jobs number:

Wow. . . Even CNN occasionally gets something right.

And you thought Common Core was bad? Just look at Germany.

Open season on Drones in Dear Trail Colorado.

Aside from the fact that we know what he’s saying is not true, I can’t think of one reason to call him a liar.

Here’s the President audaciously claiming he never drew a red line on Syria.

And here he is drawing a red line.

Changing the topic from Syria: Here are a bunch of global warming activists who were thwarted by the seasonally cold temperatures in northern Canada.

Hey, at least someone is getting a pay raise under Obama.

Anyone else remember when Syrian rebels were caught with chemical weapons?. . . Why wasn’t that a “red line”?

Best line ever: Democrats Suddenly Realize What They Miscalculated About the World: Everything

Rodman is visiting North Korea. . . Again. Befriending despots and dictators must be “in” right now.