"SLIPPING"... RT @politico: Poll finds Hillary Clinton slipping in Colorado and Iowa http://t.co/YxVB6agav9 pic.twitter.com/ZdcPoC66raGOOD.
— EducatédHillbilly (@RobProvince) April 9, 2015
2. Rand Paul’s first day on the campaign trail was marred by a high-profile fight with NBC' “Today” show host Savannah Guthrie that raised questions about whether he is ready for prime time. Video of Paul telling Guthrie how she should do her job went viral on social media, placing his attitude toward female reporters in the spotlight.
When voters say they are looking for another Ron, they mean Reagan, not Paul.
3. Two former US secretaries of state -- Henry Kissinger and George Shultz -- penned an op-ed for The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday criticizing President Barack Obama for the framework agreement his administration reached with Iran last week.
The world is now too dangerous to vote Democratic. Truth to power, boys.
4. The State Department sent a recommendation to the White House that Cuba be removed from the State Sponsors of Terrorism List.
Our flag used to be red, white and blue. Now it is just white.
5. UN urged to ban 'killer robots' before they can be developed.
How did that ban on Germany re-arming itself after World War I work out?
6. £13 million NHS bill for suncream: Millions also wasted on prescriptions for toothpaste, Yakult and Calpol.
[Insert British dental joke here.]
7. Obama more popular in Cuba than in the USA.
Let's swap him for a right-handed pitcher.
8. Conservatives Find Political Red Meat in USDA Diet Guidelines.
You are the government. We the people tell You what to do.
9. Texas DMV rejected a vanity license plate that reads: 370H55V.
They say the joker who got it is a real
10. Top Down Day.
From the blog:
11. RFK Jr. ramps up his anti-vaccine lunacy. EVIL.
12. Obama, go to Appomattox. EVIL.
Today's Exceptional American: Ely Parker, the Indian who drafted the terms of Lee's surrender.
Final score: GOOD 7, EVIL 5.
All the previous Exceptional Americans. The first book collection will be out in May.