The Other McCain

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In The Mailbox, 02.11.16

Posted on | February 11, 2016 | 2 Comments

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Michelle Malkin: Dismantling David Brooks
Twitchy: Report About Alan Grayson’s Other Job Could Win Him “Hypocrite of the Year”

American Power: The Death of Twitter
American Thinker: The Four Types of Socialists
BLACKFIVE: Book Review – Youngblood by Matt Gallagher
Conservatives4Palin: Tenured Thugs and Thieves
Don Surber: Enjoy the Illegal Alien Insurance Hike, California
Jammie Wearing Fools: Ron Goldman’s Family Receives Charming Facebook Message
Joe For America: Sheriff David Clarke on Beyonce’s Racist Super Bowl Show
JustOneMinute: The Bloomberg Anesthetic
Pamela Geller: Terror-Tied LA Sheriff Lee Baca Pleads Guilty To Corruption
Protein Wisdom: Just In Time – Progressive Valentine Cards
Shot In The Dark: A Bridge from Nowhere
STUMP: The Meaning of the Word “Fault”, Chicago Pensions Edition
The Gateway Pundit: SURPRISE! Bernie Sanders’ Latina Spokeswoman Is An Illegal Immigrant
The Jawa Report: Think Bernie Sanders Won The New Hampshire Primary? Guess Again
The Lonely Conservative: Who Is Owned by Wall Street, Trump or Cruz?
This Ain’t Hell: 500 Infantrymen To Helmand, Afghanistan
Weasel Zippers: Watergate Reporter Mocks Hillary – “Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy Didn’t Put That Server In Her Damn Closet”
Megan McArdle: Obama’s Oil Tax Is Running On Empty
Mark Steyn: The March of Trump, The Feel of Bern

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  • Daniel Freeman

    Say what you will about Slate, this interactive graphic of Super PAC spending is fascinating, revealing and easy to use. That’s one to bookmark until November.

    You can pick a date to see the totals for and against each candidate by then, the lines get thicker as more money runs down that pipe between PAC and candidate — green for support, red for oppose — and you can pause it to click on a bubble for details.

    You can also highlight a PAC to see its spending lines for and against various candidates, or highlight a candidate to see the spending lines for and against them by various PACs. Very illuminating.

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