DavidL's Breakfast Scramble
It is the hostility stupid, Ed Morrissey discusses the increasing Jewish dissatisfaction with Dim Won, from Hot Air:

How badly has Barack Obama’s support eroded among Jewish voters over Israeli-US relations?  Enough to send Rahm Emanuel to a meeting with rabbis in the White House to offer an apology.  Saying that the Obama administration had “screwed up the messaging” about his support for Israel, Emanuel promised that the White House would work to undo the damage


The problem is that it’s not just the messaging.  Obama set peace negotiations back to pre-Oslo days by demanding a halt to building in an area of Jerusalem that hadn’t ever been a hurdle to talks in the past.  He insulted Israel’s Prime Minister in a visit to the White House, and has repeatedly demanded concessions from Israel as preconditions to talks with an enemy that still refuses to acknowledge Israel’s right to exist.  This White House has objectively been the most hostile American administration to Israel since its founding.

Given Dim Won’s historical level of animus towards Israel, you’d almost think he didn’t like Jews.

Insta Althouse, the case where the Instant version exceeds the regular, from Instapundit:

WITHOUT MURDER, it’s cruel and unusual punishment to sentence a juvenile to life in prison without parole, writes Justice Kennedy for a 6-3 Court.  Dissenting, Justice Thomas criticizes the majority for imposing “an exacting constraint on democratic sentencing choices based on … such an untestable philosophical conclusion”: “that a 17-year-old who pulls the trigger on a firearm can demonstrate sufficient depravity and irredeemability to be denied reentry into society, but… a 17-year-old who rapes an 8- year-old and leaves her for dead does not.”

Clarence Thomas, whom Dirty Harry Reid thinks can’t write, finds a clear bright line in Supreme Court reasoning.   I simply do not see the justices’ line in my copy of the actual constitution.  Do you?

On her own blog Ann Althouse posts nice photographs and provides social commentary.   For her sharp legal reasoning, you have read her when she is questing on Instapundit.

The coming revolution, from Mortimer B. Zuckerman, US News:

The American public feels it is drowning in red ink. It is dismayed and even outraged at the burgeoning national deficits, unbalanced state and local budgets, and accounting that often masks the extent of indebtedness. There is a mounting sense that taxpayers are being taken for an expensive ride by public sector unions. The extraordinary benefits the unions have secured for their members are going to be harder and harder to pay.

Gotta love the line-up, from Instaquest:

I’M HEADING OFF TO A SECURE, UNDISCLOSED LOCATION, and I’ll have a bunch of guestbloggers filling in here: Not only my usual crew of Ann Althouse, Megan McArdle, and Michael Totten, but to lighten the load on them, quite a few others: Ed Driscoll, sometime InstaPundit correspondent Stewart Baker (whose new book on counterterrorism, Skating On Stilts, will be coming out soon), Radley Balko, and Mark Tapscott.  Should be lively enough that when I get back, you’ll wish I’d stayed gone longer!

I’ve also left a few scheduled posts, but don’t be fooled — if you’re looking for me, I’ll be trying to stay offline as much as possible, so email response will be something between slow and nonexistent.  Sorry, but I need a break

Gotta love the attitude, “Snark and Boobs“.

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