Friday, March 9, 2012

Friday miscellaneous (3/9)

This is tragically sad.

The Occupy Wall Street movement brought attention to the 1%. This calculator can show where your family falls.

Considering the uncertainty of this primary cycle, Republicans may need to start looking to Bill Clinton for a strategy to defeat Obama.

If you do the math, Romney had a very good night on Tuesday even though he only narrowly won Ohio. Also, even if he weren’t splitting votes with Gingrich, Santorum would still have an uphill battle to get the nomination.


This is an amazing story. Some young activists and a van are offering help to pregnant women in front of abortion clinics. Not content to wait for a change in laws, they are working to change hearts.
What is the battle cry of the pro-abortion movement? “Choice!” It is their mantra. What do you constantly hear from abortion advocates? “These desperate women feel like they are out of options.”Right here, on four wheels, parked in front of the clinic, is another choice — one they might not even know they have. Inside that bus is an image of their baby waiting to be seen. Connected to that bus is a support system — in short, options.
Steven Hayword at PowerLine laments the lack of serious constitutional discussion among GOP candidates, including Ron Paul.

National Review pleads with conservative voters: drop the birth certificate conspiracy.

Republicans who have chosen to associate with the birthers have done their party and their country a disservice. And as Sheriff Arpaio settles comfortably into that political mental ward, the same must be said of those Republicans who choose to associate themselves with him more broadly. Those who cannot distinguish between the birthers’ flim-flam and the critical questions that face our nation in 2012 will not win and do not deserve to.
And this made me laugh.
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