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Obama to World: Drop Dead
Daniel Henninger: The Wall Street Journal
Asked on "Meet the Press" Sunday whether this was the lowest moment in U.S.-Russia relations since the Cold War, America's robo-Secretary of State John Kerry replied: "We live in an extremely complicated world right now, where everybody is working on 10 different things simultaneously." Well, not everyone.

Planned Parenthood's Profit Motive
Celina Durgin: National Review
The slogan of Planned Parenthood, the huge national organization of women's clinics, promises to keep abortion "safe, legal, and rare." The group's fulfillment of the first part has long been questioned.

No Rest for the Wicked
Jim Geraghty: National Review
Tuesday, President Obama visited the Dutch Embassy in Washington, D.C., and wrote in a condolence book for the victims of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17, "We will not rest until we are certain that justice is done."

Constituents Pack Millennium Maxwell House In Support Of Carr
News Channel 5: News Channel 5
More than 700 constituents packed the Millennium Maxwell House Tuesday night in support of State Representative Joe Carr, as he hopes to pull off an upset in the Republican Primary.

Obama's Law Professor: 'I Wouldn't Bet' on Obamacare Surviving Next Legal Challenge
Joel Gehrke: National Review
President Obama's old Harvard Law professor, Laurence Tribe, said that he "wouldn't bet the family farm" on Obamacare's surviving the legal challenges to an IRS rule about who is eligible for subsidies that are currently working their way through the federal courts.

Layoffs Prove the Deceit of Amnesty
Phyllis Schlafly: Townhall
The shocking announcement that Microsoft is cutting 18,000 jobs is still sinking in. Most of those employees do not have a realistic chance of obtaining as good a job as the one they are losing.

The Valley of the Shadow
Victor Davis Hanson: National Review
Silicon Valley is an American success story. At a time of supposed American decline, a gifted group of young entrepreneurs invented, merchandized, and institutionalized everything from smartphones and eBay to Google and Facebook.

The Barbour Machine's Mississippi Ad War
Eliana Johnson: National Review
Even in the bitterly fought primary battle between Mississippi senator Thad Cochran and his challenger, state senator Chris McDaniel, some of the radio ads that aired against McDaniel were considered especially incendiary.

2014: Obama's America
Victor Davis Hanson: National Review
The summer of 2014 will go down in history as the season when America fell apart. Let's take a tour of the disasters.

Gosnell Nation
The Editors: National Review
Democrats hold one thing - and one thing only - sacred, and that is abortion. Our diplomats may be murdered abroad, the rule of law may be grossly violated at home, the First Amendment...

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