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American Daily Review

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The Faithful Witness

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George W. Bush opens his presidential library, and reminds poor, oppressed Americans yearning to be free what an American president sounds like; Jason Collins dribbles down the lane and takes it to the hole; Smoke and fire, the two commodities Gollyfornia still has in abundance (okay, they have lots and lots of debt and debauchery, too); House Republicans doggedly persist in doing the right thing by pursuing Benghazi-gate, if only for the vanishingly tiny chance that a fair history of this dark age might still be written; and the quantity of "Islamophobic" evidence in the Boston Marathon bombing that we're supposed to studiously ignore grows bigger than Muhammed's mountain.