October 3, 2011

THINGS YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED OVER THE WEEKEND, if you were out having a life or something:

Busting Obama’s “Anti-Gay” Demagoguery.

Gunwalker Under White House Control? New documents reveal extensive White House communication with the ATF head behind the scandal.

Thoughts on amending the Constitution in my Sunday Washington Examiner column.

Ken Anderson on the legality of the Al-Awlaki killing. Plus thoughts from Walter Russell Mead, Stephen L. Carter, and Richard Miniter. And Professor Bainbridge mocks some hypocrites.

John Hinderaker: Peppered In NYC. “One can only assume that this kind of police abuse has been going on for a long time, but was not often revealed–at least, not this starkly–before the era of ubiquitous digital photography and video. But the days are gone when a policeman can wantonly assault protesters, no matter how obnoxious they may be–let alone photographers. That’s a good thing.”

How’s that hopey-changey stuff workin’ out for ya? The Forever Recession.

What do you call people who are obsessed with Chris Christie’s weight as a disqualification for the Presidency? Why, “girthers,” of course!

The latest crime wave: Sending your child to a better school. Plus, a tree grows in Scottsdale. [I see what you did there -- ed. Of course you do.]

Poll: Obama Cratering In Swing States.

DARPA’S 100-year starship.

A Sicilian explains what’s really behind the Wall Street protests.

I’m guessing not: Will Morgan Freeman answer Ali Akbar?

Plus, for all the “pass the bill” talk, Obama’s Jobs Bill Still Has No Cosponsors, in either the House or the Senate. Perhaps some enterprising journalist should call House and Senate Democrats and ask them why they’re not cosponsoring the President’s bill!