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The Lone-Wolf Canard | National Review Online — In Modern Times, his sweeping history of the 20th century, Paul Johnson recounts how Einstein's theory of relativity, a strictly scientific principle, was contorted into relativism, a loopy social phenomenon, through a permanent campaign of serpentine rhetoric.

SPOILER ALERT: This is How the Midterm Elections Turn Out — From the last Morning Jolt of the week: History Suggests Some Close Races Are Pretty Much Over Sean Trende deserves some sort of medal for this chart: He notes, "This trove of data dates back to 1998, and covers all manner of races: Senate, House, gubernatorial, and presidential."
Oct 24, 2014

Weird: If you have a 1% lead 13-15 days away from Election Day, just a 44% chance of win. 10-12 days out, it's 88%.

Oct 24, 2014

It's quite plausible Election Night ends with a 50-48 GOP majority, and control of the Senate depending on 2 runoffs:

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‘F-Bombs for Feminism’ Takes Cynical Trolling to Another Level — According to feminists, it's okay for your six-year-old daughter to curse like a sailor, as long as you don't tell her she's pretty, and heaven forbid if she wants to dress up like Princess Elsa for Halloween.
Oct 24, 2014

RT @RachaelBL: Let's not forget that the "awesome" F-bombs for feminism video was ACTUALLY about selling T-shirts

Eliminate College Sports | National Review Online — I like college sports - that the athletes do not get paid to play, for instance; that the athletes play for their community, for the pride of their place, taking the field in South Bend after growing up watching the Fighting Irish; I like that athletes are "student-athletes," who leave the gridiron and head to the library.
Oct 25, 2014

RT @NRO: A teacher at Chapel Hill blows whistle at academic fraud involving administrators & athletes.…