Sapphire’s Upscale Indian Cuisine

Written by Jonathan Bines on . Posted in Breaking News, Posts

Eternal Circle Fusion cuisine is a quintessentially American innovation, the inevitable result of our nation’s status as the world’s crucible of identities, combined with our national obsession with progress in all its forms. While traditional cultures may be content to leave well enough alone, Americans will always try to figure out how to make well [&hellip
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Smiling Serpent Hillary; East Timor as the Next Kosovo

Written by Taki on . Posted in Breaking News, Posts

The Smiling Serpent If you thought comedy was dead, you obviously haven’t heard of Strobe Talbott, the State Dept.’s factotum where Russian affairs are concerned. The Strobe used to be a Time hack, a man who took, and continues to take, himself extremely seriously. The reason I find him so funny is simple. There is [&hellip
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A Saturday in Harlem with Minister Khalid

Written by C.J. Sullivan on . Posted in Breaking News, Posts

But if you turned off 125th St. and down Malcolm X Blvd., you’d find that Harlem had suddenly grown quiet. The streets were empty; the sidewalks were lined with steel barricades. Every corner bore a squad of cops from different commands. The officers were relaxed but wary. Everything stayed weirdly calm until 118th St. On [&hellip
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Lobbyists for Hillary

Written by David Corn on . Posted in Breaking News, Posts

Holding a fundraiser at the home of a lobbyist isn’t that odd, unfortunately; Democratic fundraising is dominated by corporate lobbyists and corporate contributions, just like Republican. Warren Beatty, still pondering an anti-politics-as-usual presidential bid, has a point: Washington’s political community is hardly diverse, particularly when one looks at who pays to keep it afloat. Hillary [&hellip
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Get Your Red Hots!

Written by Russ Smith on . Posted in Breaking News, Posts

Skip the Library, Max I like Max Boot, the editorial features editor of The Wall Street Journal. He has impeccable taste in choosing writers for his page and is an accomplished author, with Out of Order, a scathing study of the judicial system, published last year. But Boot, like many serious journalists–Michael Kelly and James [&hellip
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