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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Thursday, May 21, 2015.
LGBT activists are gearing up to take their war on free speech to a whole new level.
LGBT activists plan to blanket the country with laws that, behind the fig leaf of ‘anti-discrimination,’ will give the state the power to police speech and behaviors.
Jeb Bush had a bad week and David Frum thinks that there are more than a few reasons for Jeb Bush fans to think that it won’t soon be getting any better. In fact, he has 6 specific reasons to be skeptical of Jeb’s long-term chances.
It makes no sense for liberal American voters to be so upset about the possibility of a Hillary Clinton candidacy. If Hillary were the candidate she would be the most liberal candidate that we’ve ever seen.
CNN has set the criteria for the second GOP debate:
“The first 10 candidates – ranked from highest to lowest in polling order from an average of all qualifying polls released between July 16 and September 10 who satisfy the criteria requirements … will be invited to participate in ‘Segment B’ of the September 16, 2015 Republican Presidential Primary Debate,” the network states in its candidate criteria. “Candidates who satisfy the criteria and achieve an average of at least 1 percent in three national polls, but are not ranked in the top 10 of polling order will be invited to participate in ‘Segment A’ of the September 16, 2015 Republican Presidential Primary Debate.”
The network also stipulated that “if the number of candidates who qualify for the debate is 14 or fewer, CNN reserves the right to limit the number of participants in ‘Segment B’ to eight candidates. The remaining qualified candidates will be invited to participate in ‘Segment A’ of the debate.”
Kirsten Powers writes that singling out George Stephanopoulos for rebuke misses the whole point. Stephanopoulos is not the problem, the modern media culture is the problem.
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