Your Morning Cup of Links

I love this so much. More of this please.

It’s like if Towelie from “South Park” ran for president

What a terrible person

Fourteen months before Chris Christie was up for re-election as governor of New Jersey, officials in his administration were already discussing his 2016 bid for the White House. And they saw the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and its resources — money, jobs, symbolic artifacts from the wreckage of the World Trade Center after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks — as assets that could be traded for endorsements and support in both campaigns.

Truly the dumbest time to be alive

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

‘Tug of War: Civil Strife ‘ Review: A Crash Course in Shakespeare”

Obamacare administrators are illegally funneling money that should go to the treasury to health insurers instead.

Seems like a smart line of attack from a guy who has been married three times and brags about his affairs. Also, Americans have never cared about the Clintons’ crappy marriage and aren’t going to start now. Heckuva job, GOP.

A certain segment of the GOP is getting exactly what it wanted: an unrestrained primal scream at the Clintons and their entire history. It’s going to end with Hillary in the White House, because the rest of the country got sick of this 20 years ago, but I hope this one last futile ragefest was worth it to you.

Of the 19 papers who have endorsed in the general election, two-thirds have switched their party endorsements.

Africa’s anti-poaching dogs take to the skies

The sinking of the Lusitania and Germany

Obama operatives stripped Judical Watch of ‘media’ status, overcharged for FOIA requests

Unreal

Veterans can’t get basic care but we’re going to waste money on this horseshit. We’ve lost our minds.

He fought in World War II. He died in 2014. And he just registered to vote in Virginia.

The politics of C.S. Lewis

This famous orchestral work infuses Nietzche into Hummers and Pop-Tarts

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