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$890 Million: Take Action & Help the People of Haiti

Like millions of people around the world I’ve been shocked by the terrible events in Haiti. Only now is the true scale of the disaster emerging. Reports now suggest as many as 50,000 people may have died, with hundreds of thousands made homeless. The work ahead to recover from this tragedy is immense. So here’s our goal: $890 million for Haiti. That’s how much Haiti owes to the International Monetary Fund, the Inter-American Development Bank, and a handful of others.

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ACLU Is Expanding Its Reach

Even more evidence that the left-wing kooks are upset at President Obama: The American Civil Liberties Union today filed a Freedom of Information Act request with the CIA and the Departments of State, Justice and Defense for documentation establishing the legal basis for the drone strikes. Drone strikes in Pakistan have risen substantially during the first year of the Obama administration. Their statement released today says: “The American public has a right to know whether the drone program is consistent with

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Racially Insensitive MacGruber on SNL (Video)

Last Saturday’s Saturday Night Live featured one of the funniest skits I have seen them do in some time. Charles Barkley was the guest host and in MacGruber, his character Darrell, gets mistreated by MacGruber. This causes MacGruber to undergo racial sensitivity training. Seeing that the Harry Reid story broke about his Barack Obama comments on Saturday, I think the cast and Lorne Michaels must have been happy that this skit ran that night. This is one of the funniest

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Redskins Offseason Outlook

Rick Snider ( and John Keim of the Washington Examiner take a (windy) look at what the offseason might bring for the Washington Redskins. Now that we have a big name Coach, what will the rest of the offseason look like? (Cross posted to

Arenas Banner Removed From Verizon Center It’s not like watching the U.S. military tear down the statue of Saddam Hussein during the Iraq war but, it’s sad nonetheless. Here, Verizon Center workers remove a very large banner from the side of the arena. Sad to see a basketball player so talented fall so far so fast. (Cross posted to