HotAir Daily Express 11/11/2013

Hot Air Daily Express


Iran’s Rouhani: Uranium enrichment is our red line, and “for us, red lines are not crossable”
11/11/2013 9:31:38 AM  Erika Johnsen
The precise details of the reported would-be dealmaking that almost went down in Geneva over the weekend have yet to be released, but diplomatic negotiations with Iran are set to continue later this month — and Iranian leader Hassan Rouhani’s

George Will: Let’s face it — besides Nixon’s, this is pretty much the worst second term, ever
11/11/2013 8:41:51 AM  Erika Johnsen
It’s been a rough fifth year in office for President Obama, with overwrought sequestration scare tactics, Scandalpalooza, and the Syrian debacle all chipping away at his leadership street cred, among other things — but this disaster of an

Observing Veterans Day 2013
11/11/2013 8:01:53 AM  Jazz Shaw
As we do each year, today the nation will take some extra time out to honor those who served their nation in uniform. For those of us who answered the call, it’s frequently a day filled with mixed emotions, but a lot of happiness as well. When we

Quotes of the day
11/10/2013 8:01:53 PM  Allahpundit
This morning on “This Week,” New Jersey Republican Gov. Chris Christie brushed off criticism reported in the new book “Double Down” from a member of Mitt Romney’s 2012 vice presidential vetting team, saying his advice was not something he should “give a


Obama's big new scandal?

One of America's most widely read financial journalists says a huge new scandal is working its way through the Obama administration.

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Harvesting electricity from “wasted” radio waves
11/10/2013 6:31:36 PM  Steve Eggleston
Beaming electricity into homes without wires has been a dream since the days of Nikolai Tesla. The Daily Mail reports researchers at Duke University have made a breakthrough on the efficiency of turning otherwise-wasted radio waves into

Jersey Dems accuse Christie of being a politician or something
11/10/2013 5:01:46 PM  Jazz Shaw
Now that the smoke and dust have largely cleared from the New Jersey governor’s election, Democrats and their supporters in the media have begun the task of figuring out how to work with their newly reelected Republican chief executive over the

White Republican wins election by convincing voters he’s black
11/10/2013 3:31:22 PM  Jazz Shaw
I’m not sure if we’re meant to be horrified by this story or if it’s just the greatest prank in the history of modern politics. The events in question took place in the race for a seat on the Houston Community College System Board of

Democrats getting to work on their campaign battle plan: Unabashed populism
11/10/2013 2:01:41 PM  Erika Johnsen
I think we can all guess where this is heading. I mentioned this week that the Democrats are definitively drawing up plans for their latest iteration of the (intellectually cheap, politically undemanding, and counterproductively harmful) push for a

NFL Week 10 Open Thread
11/10/2013 12:31:19 PM  Jazz Shaw
As promised last week, Ed is taking time off and should be closing in to capture Edward Snowden even as the rest of us sit down to watch some football. But contrary to his rather ham handed opinion before he left, this space will not immediately turn

The next target of the establishment insurgency: Justin Amash
11/10/2013 11:01:11 AM  Jazz Shaw
Earlier this week we saw Mitch McConnell come out with what seemed to amount to an open declaration of war on conservative upstarts. That came on the heels of the Big Money donor push in Alabama’s 1st congressional district on Tuesday. And now it