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WWGO – December 7, 2013
Today is December 7th, a date which will live in infamy. On this date in 1787, Delaware became the first state in the United States. So I guess technically, it was just the United State. Also on this date, in 1805, Lewis and Clark made camp on the shores of the Columbia River near modern-day Portland, and began building a fort where they could spend the winter. They used pillows and blankets and, of course, no girls were allowed. And finally, today is National Cotton Candy Day. Because who needs teeth?
Below, please find today’s to stories and, as usual, consider this an Open Thread.
The MacGuffinization of American Politics | Ace of Spades HQ
Greg Gutfeld: Hate Crime Hoax Factory Doing Great | The Right Scoop
Time to Fix the Obamacare Mistake | Brian Faughnan, Townhall
The Party of Legal Immigration | Cornyn Campaign
Chris Matthews On His Obama Interview: “He Came To Us. He Came Amongst Us.” | Mary Katharine Ham, HotAir
Zombie Government | Ricochet
GET OFF MY LAWN
More Men Speaking In Girls’ ‘Dialect’, Study Shows | BBC
Fark: The Most Obnoxious Baby Names of 2013 | Mother Nature Network
What In The Science Is Going On?
#wat: Scientists Predict A Century Of Global Cooling | Daily Caller
#lolWAT: More Logging, Deforestation May Better Serve Climate in Some Areas | Science Daily
What In The Tweet Is Going On?
Obama in two days: Today I remember the tragic attack upon Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. pic.twitter.com/6Ip3CAPHO6
— jon gabriel (@exjon) December 5, 2013
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