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The sun is a stubborn on-again-off-again partner in our solar energy relationship. With no way to store excess solar energy, solar homes are forced to return shamefacedly to the electrical grid each evening, not to mention in moments of cloud cover...
From: Weekly Standard | By: Grant Wishard | Thursday, July 30, 2015
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As a Swede living in the U.S., one of the most common reactions when I tell people where I am from is the question of why I would ever leave Sweden in the first place. Many Americans seem to truly believe that life in the Scandinavian countries is superior...
From: Weekly Standard | By: Benjamin Katzeff Silberstein | Thursday, July 30, 2015
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Marcus Weisgerber at Defense One writes that: Just two weeks after Western nations and Tehran struck a deal to limit Iran’s nuclear program, the Pentagon says Saudi Arabia wants to buy 600 new Patriot missile interceptors. This “$5 billion-plus...
From: Weekly Standard | By: Geoffrey Norman | Thursday, July 30, 2015
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Today! A chance to chat with President Obama about the Iran deal! Be there or be square!  We at THE WEEKLY STANDARD wanted to let our readers know about a White House conference call later today that you're entitled to call into--despite the fact that "The...
From: Weekly Standard | By: William Kristol | Thursday, July 30, 2015
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In 1935, Sinclair Lewis published what would go on to be his most famous novel, It Can’t Happen Here. The novel describes the rise of Berzelius “Buzz” Windrip, a populist politician who resembling Louisiana’s Huey Long or, for modern readers,...
From: Weekly Standard | By: Jaime Daremblum | Thursday, July 30, 2015
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Donald Trump, to borrow a phrase, is “dead to me.” Well, not exactly, but in a radio interview Wednesday with a San Francisco-based nutritionist, Trump did indulge in one of modern politicians’ most irritating habits: praising the airports in developing...
From: Weekly Standard | By: Ethan Epstein | Thursday, July 30, 2015
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A new national Quinnipiac University poll finds Donald Trump leading the crowded Republican presidential primary field with 20 percent support, even as 30 percent of registered Republican voters say there is "no way" they would support him for president....
From: Weekly Standard | By: Michael Warren | Thursday, July 30, 2015
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Republican presidential candidate Bobby Jindal called sancruary cities "partners in crime" in an interview last night with Bill O'Reilly. Jindal said the city officials of these cities should be held "criminally liable." Watch here:  "Let's recognize...
From: Weekly Standard | By: Daniel Halper | Thursday, July 30, 2015
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THE WEEKLY STANDARD podcast with senior writer John McCormack on Hillary Clinton and the growing Planned Parenthood scandal. This podcast can be downloaded here. Subscribe to THE WEEKLY STANDARD's iTunes podcast feed here. ADVERTISEMENT This podcast...
From: Weekly Standard | By: TWS Podcast | Wednesday, July 29, 2015
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Israeli media is reporting that an IAF strike on the Syrian side of the Golan Heights border killed several pro-Assad fighters today. One of them is believed to be Samir Kuntar. Many are hoping that it is. The 53 year-old Kuntar killed a four-year girl...
From: Weekly Standard | By: Lee Smith | Thursday, July 30, 2015
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Rep. Grace Meng of New York has come out against the Iran nuclear deal. Meng's statement reads as follows: "I strongly believe the world could and should have a better deal than that set forth in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, which I will therefore...
From: Weekly Standard | By: Daniel Halper | Wednesday, July 29, 2015
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Rocky Mountain Planned Parenthood recently gained notoriety when the Center for Medical Progress released a video of people at the abortion clinic picking through a dish of aborted baby parts in order to sell them. Now the Planned Parenthood affiliate...
From: Weekly Standard | By: Mark Hemingway | Thursday, July 30, 2015
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At the end of an exchange between Sen. Tom Cotton and Gen. Martin Dempsey regarding the number of American servicemen killed by the Iranians, Cotton asks if Quds Force chief Qassem Suleimani was responsible for the explosively formed penetrators that...
From: Weekly Standard | By: Lee Smith | Wednesday, July 29, 2015
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Africa has been in focus with the death of a prized lion at the hands of an American hunter. The hunter is even being sought by Zimbabwean officials. CNN has the details: "An American man is being sought in connection with a case that has drawn international...
From: Weekly Standard | By: Daniel Halper | Wednesday, July 29, 2015
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Hillary Clinton's campaign is hiring from journalistic outfits. Julie Whitaker, a member of BuzzFeed's distributed content team, has been hired to run Clinton's social media accounts.  Whitaker announced her hiring on Twitter, of course.  "Starting...
From: Weekly Standard | By: Daniel Halper | Thursday, July 30, 2015
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Secure America Now, a group opposed to President Obama's nuclear deal with Iran, released a new poll this morning. One main conclusion that Democratic pollster and former Carter advisor Pat Caddell drew was that "the more Americans learn about key details...
From: Weekly Standard | By: Jim Swift | Wednesday, July 29, 2015
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