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Monday, April 19, 2021

Escaping politics with Indiana Jones

I don’t know about anyone else, but I’ve had it with Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. I’ve certainly had it with George W. Bush.

I’ve had it with politics, at least for now, so I did what I always do when I’ve had it: I escape with a movie. Not just any movie, mind you, but a bona fide fantasy, the more adventurous and far-fetched the better.

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Attack of the speech police

If there is any other reason to be sick and tired of the presidential election campaign aside from the fact it has gone on longer than America’s participation in World War I, it is the sudden emergence of the speech police ready to parse every remark for political correctness.

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Senate set to debate emissions cuts

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The international fight to control climate change heads to a new arena in June when the Senate is to debate a bill that could cut total U.S. global warming emissions by 66 percent by 2050.

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Congress bushwhacks the Prez

President Bush was undoubtedly glad to see Congress leave town for its Memorial Day recess. It was a bad week for him on Capitol Hill and likely a harbinger of more bad weeks to come.

The Congress completely deserted him, with wholesale defections by his own Republicans, on the $307 billion farm bill that enshrines and expands the worst abuses of the agribiz subsidy and support system.

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