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In The Mailbox, 12.15.14

Posted on | December 15, 2014 | 1 Comment

— compiled by Wombat-socho

First Street Journal: #COP20Lima – The Seriousness Of Unseriousness
Doug Powers: If You Like Your Slurpee, You Can Keep Your Slurpee
Twitchy: #SydneySiege – Jim Geraghty, Iowahawk Crush REaction To Terrorist’s ISIS Flag With Shattering Idea

American Power: Bill Whittle’s Firewall – The New Barbarism
American Thinker: Russell Brand – Revolutionary, Prophet, Prettyboy
Conservatives4Palin: Governor Palin Asks “Which Side Are You On?”
Don Surber: Declare CO2 A Nutrient
Jammie Wearing Fools: “Man Of The People” Di Blasio Builds Taller Fence Around Gracie Mansion
Joe For America: FEMA, Through DHS, Buys Off “Clergy Response Team” – What Are They Up To?
JustOneMinute: I Sense A Pattern At The Rolling Stone
Pamela Geller: Dirty Bomb Attack May Have Been Stopped Due To Enhanced Interrogation
Protein Wisdom: Happy “National Day Of Anger” To You and Yours!
Shot In The Dark: Shopping List
STUMP: Public Pensions Visualization – How Bad Is It?
The Gateway Pundit: Adding Insult To Injury – Obama Funding Illegal Amnesty With Fees Paid By Legal Immigrants
The Jawa Report: Sandcrawler Public Decompression Service
The Lonely Conservative: Joe Biden, Sociopath
This Ain’t Hell: 2014 Blue Falcon Stolen Valor Tournament First Round Complete
Weasel Zippers: Kurdish Battalion Was Only Unit To Stand Up To ISIS’ Summer Surge
Megan McArdle: Lessons From The Rolling Stone Debacle
Mark Steyn: Emasculated And Enkindled

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One Response to “In The Mailbox, 12.15.14”

  1. Daniel Freeman
    December 15th, 2014 @ 11:59 pm

    Megan McArdle is very frustrating. She spends the whole linked article acknowledging the evidence for what I like to call “credulity culture,” then ends by denying its existence with meaningless platitudes about how “it would be equally absurd to insist that what happened in this particular case somehow stands in for every journalist, activist or editor who deals with rape.”

    Uh, no, they actually have a culture with an ideology. They’re aggressively credulous on purpose, and their credulity is socially enforced, completely unlike rape (which is universally condemned). It isn’t the same at all.