Jim Treacher has a hilarious caption contest underway over at The Daily Caller featuring George Stephanopoulos and his idol.
Lyndon McLellan calls IRS's bluff, IRS caves. Here are words that should make your blood boil: "U.S. Attorney Steve West threatened McLellan that going public would only make things worse for him. He told McLellan it 'just ratchets up feelings in the agency. My offer is to return 50% of the money.'" McLellan stuck to his guns and got his whole hundred grand back, plus interest.
In some school districts, it seems that the stars and stripes are the new stars and bars.
Bob Belvedere takes a hard look at Pope Francis. I share Bob's concerns. The Pope has made the rookie theological mistake of confusing Our Lord's call for charity on the part of the individual with demands for coercive (and inherently arbitrary, inefficient and corrupt) schemes for redistribution by governments. And he's made the rookie economics mistake of viewing wealth as a pie of fixed dimensions that has to be doled out as if it were simply handed down from heaven with instructions for an even distribution of slices. For God's sake, the man spent much of his life in Argen-freakin'-tina; how can he not have observed the link between heavy-handed government and poverty?
More on George Stepandfetchitopoulos from Ed Driscoll, Ace and Ed Morrissey.
Remember those nasty old earmarks? They're baaaaaack!
ISIS leader just can't stick to Obama's program.
C'mon, man, what would some old dead white dude know about the law?