Welcome to the Week In Review, published every Friday on the blog. WiR is a collaborative effort of TAC’s Editors and contributors. Thought- and mirth-provoking articles we stumble across end up here.
“Democratic turnout flier: ‘If you want to prevent another Ferguson…’,” Jim Galloway & Daniel Mallow, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
THE EDITORS: Nunn won’t condemn.
“Six reasons to panic,” Jonathan V. Last, The Weekly Standard
THE EDITORS: Doctors are confident that a major Ebola outbreak in the United States is highly unlikely. With that in mind, read about all the things they don’t know about the mysterious viscera-liquidizing disease — and what could conceivably happen to prove them wrong. Gulp.
“Hero of Canada’s Parliament Shooting Greeted With Standing Ovation,” ABC News
THE EDITORS: Kevin Vickers took a stand for the West, and we owe him our gratitude.
“In Georgia and across the country, GOP modernizes its voter outreach,” Ed O’Keefe, Washington Post
THE EDITORS: Republicans have to make gains on the Democrats in the get-out-the-vote effort if they are going to have any chance in 2016.
“The Poll Tax That Wasn’t,” Rich Lowry, National Review
“Top Iranian Official: Obama is ‘The Weakest of U.S. Presidents’,” Adam Kredo, Washington Free Beacon
“A Lyrical Response to Today’s Breaking Gurley News,” podunkdawg, Dawg Sports
THE EDITORS: College football is certifiably insane and it makes us do unusual things. So who’s headed to St. Simon’s?
“Biden: ‘I Like Guys Because Of Their Moms’,” Daniel Halper, The Weekly Standard
THE EDITORS: For every ten gaffes, we suppose Joe gets a gem.
THE EDITORS: The Montana Democrat gives her national party another headache.
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