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No, The Interview Is Not Like Shouting 'Fire' in a Crowded Theater

nationalreview.com — The MSNBC host Toure - who has made his share of controversial statements in the past - asked his guest moments ago whether Sony Pictures making "The Interview" amounted to "shouting 'fire' in a crowded theater." He later asked if depicting the assassination of Kim Jong Un was "inappropriate."

The Post-Constitutional Presidency Continues

nationalreview.com — On MSNBC, one of the hosts just gleefully compared Obama's end-of-the-year statement to a "middle finger." Leader of the free world, ladies and gentlemen! In his comments, Obama indicated he's exceptionally likely to veto legislation approving the Keystone Pipeline. He's concluded he doesn't need Congress for a de facto amnesty.

The North Korean Hacking Threat Hits Close to Home

nationalreview.com — Featured in the last Morning Jolt of the week: The North Korean Hacking Threat Is Closer Than You Think The latest news out of North Korea is outrageous, and I've just about had it with this-BZZZZT #*%#&$^#($* Ha-ha-ha, Morning Jolt Readers!

Bloomberg: The Real Threat with North Korea Is U.S. Overreaction

nationalreview.com — The editors at Bloomberg have identified the real threat in the controversy over "The Interview" and North Korea's hack attack: American overreaction. Like so many Hollywood movies, North Korea's offensive against Sony Pictures Entertainment could end badly - which is why U.S. officials have to be careful not to overreact.

How Many Americans Are Being Held Hostage Overseas?

nationalreview.com — A point in today's Jolt spotlighting further . . . To get Bowe Bergdahl back, the United States took five of the worst captured killers in Guantanamo Bay and released them to Qatar. To get the release of Alan Gross, an American aid worker illegally detained in 2009, Obama normalized relations with Cuba.

A Choice, Not a Metaphorical Brother-in-Law

nationalreview.com — NBC News: "Jeb Bush is moving closer and closer to a presidential bid in 2016 - after announcing he would release 250,000 emails from his days as Florida governor, as well as release a new book." Presuming Hillary Clinton is the Democrats' 2016 nominee, grassroots conservatives will want to beat her with the blazing passion of a thousand suns going supernova.

Dissension in the Ranks at the Post-Ferguson Protests

nationalreview.com — From the first Morning Jolt of the week: Organizational Meeting for Anarchists Ends in Chaos Let's start with a fascinating story about division in the ranks in the post-Ferguson protests, flaring up at the "Justice for All" March in Washington D.C.

Greenpeace, Trampling History in a Publicity Stunt

nationalreview.com — If you're having trouble getting your Morning Jolt e-mail, contact newsletter@e.nationalreview.com. Also in today's Jolt: Greenpeace, Joining the Ranks of Indiana Jones Villains Greenpeace. I hate these guys. Peru will seek criminal charges against Greenpeace activists who it says damaged the world-renowned Nazca lines by leaving footprints in the adjacent desert during a publicity stunt.

Greenpeace, Trampling History in Publicity Stunts

nationalreview.com — If you're having trouble getting your Morning Jolt e-mail, contact newsletter@e.nationalreview.com. Also in today's Jolt: Greenpeace, Joining the Ranks of Indiana Jones Villains Greenpeace. I hate these guys. Peru will seek criminal charges against Greenpeace activists who it says damaged the world-renowned Nazca lines by leaving footprints in the adjacent desert during a publicity stunt.

Recalling Hillary's Call to 'Empathize With Our Enemies' Perspective'

nationalreview.com — Hillary Clinton, earlier this month: "This is what we call smart power: using every possible tool and partner to advance peace and security, and leaving no one on the sidelines, showing respect, even for one's enemies, trying to understand and insofar as psychologically possible empathize with their perspective and point of view - helping to define the problems, determine the solutions, that is what we believe in the 21st Century will change.
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Dec 19, 2014

A lot more discussion of "hiding the pickle" than anyone expected at the end of our podcast: natl.re/1ABDv55

Dec 19, 2014

I'm a contrarian; I like "Baby, It's Cold Outside." It's innuendo in our out-uendo culture. natl.re/1ABDv55 pic.twitter.com/G2MuFr1lyn

Dec 19, 2014

The United States desperately needs Christmas markets with lenient open container laws. natl.re/1ABDv55 pic.twitter.com/i6YtXNLq1Q

Dec 19, 2014

"This is not funny, Capitalist Running Dog Propagandist Geraghty. Words can hurt, you know." natl.re/16zg9Ea pic.twitter.com/rCHStZPcQy

Dec 19, 2014

This is why “how many North Koreans does it take to screw in a light bulb” jokes don’t work. natl.re/16zg9Ea pic.twitter.com/xBJGwwlr6u

Dec 19, 2014

I’d call for a retaliatory cyber-strike taking down the North Korean electrical grid, except nobody would notice. natl.re/16zg9Ea

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