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In The Mailbox: 04.20.16

Posted on | April 20, 2016 | Comments Off on In The Mailbox: 04.20.16

— compiled by Wombat-socho

Proof Positive: How We’ll Remember John Kasich
Louder With Crowder: Trans-Bill Schoolhouse Rock
EBL: He’ll Take Manhattan, Staten Island, And The Bronx Too
Da Tech Guy: Baldilocks – Hot Sauce And Bones
The Political Hat: Social Justice So-Called Anti-Bullying Activists Want To Dox Kids
Michelle Malkin: H-1B Job Creation Lie Busted Again – Thanks, Intel!
Twitchy: Wall Street Accusation Launches Search for Alan Grayson’s Self-Awareness
Shark Tank: Corrine Brown Can’t Prove Minority Dilution, Loses Her Redistricting Case

American Power: Over 100,000 NY Voters Vanish Ahead Of Primary Election Day
American Thinker: Where Are America’s Drowned Cities?
Don Surber: Whole Foods To Sue Gay Hoaxer
Jammie Wearing Fools: Fake Black Guy Masquerading As NY Daily News Columnist Busted For Plagiarism
Joe For America: DNC Chair Wassermann-Schultz Agrees – Repeal First Amendment!
JustOneMinute: Post Primary Open Thread
Pamela Geller: CBC Won’t Name Mass Rapist Because He’s A Muslim Migrant
Protein Wisdom: You Mean To Tell Me That The “Anti-Gay” Cake Thing Was A HOAX?
Shot In The Dark: Contextualized!
STUMP: Pensions Watch – Non-Complete Disaster Edition
The Jawa Report: Sandcrawler PSA – DePaul University Now Chalk-Free Zone
The Lonely Conservative: Video – Protesters Bused In To “Fight For Fifteen”
The Quinton Report: Sheila Dixon Compares Herself To Jesus
This Ain’t Hell: Another Chapter In That Continuing “Good News” Story Called Obamacare
Weasel Zippers: Cash-Strapped ISIS Killing Wounded Fighters To Sell Their Organs
Megan McArdle: Parents Are Bankrupting Themselves To Look Adequate
Mark Steyn: A Se’ennight Of Steyn

In The Mailbox will be offline until next Wednesday, April 27.
Off to Minnesota in the morning…

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