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The Yoke's On Them

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How Come There’s No Disarmament Bowl?

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Whenever I hear someone mention the Armed Forces Bowl, I instinctively think of this (which you have to admit would make for a very cool helmet motif). Unfortunately, the helmet designs for today’s Tulsa/BYU match-up are the ones you see above. As reader Matt Spencer . . . → Read More: How Come There’s No Disarmament Bowl?

Small Child Destined to Be First North Korean Executed by Kim Jong-un

The video you segment see above was taken from TV coverage of yesterday’s Kim Jong-il funeral in North Korea. It features a lot of what you’ve probably already seen on the news — people crying, people marching, more crying, etc. But if you skip ahead to the 6:47 mark, you’ll see something truly . . . → Read More: Small Child Destined to Be First North Korean Executed by Kim Jong-un

Vote Uni and Often

If the endless see-sawing of the opinion polls is any indication, Republican voters just can’t make up their minds regarding who they want as their party’s standard-bearer next year. With the Iowa caucuses now just a few days away, it’s time to assess the one variable that GOP voters obviously haven’t considered yet: Who . . . → Read More: Vote Uni and Often