Greg Corombos of Radio America and Ian Tuttle of National Review applaud European Parliament member Daniel Hannan of Britain for shredding CNN’s Christiane Amanpour over her error-filled badgering that masqueraded as an interview concerning Brexit.  They also roll their eyes at the news Chris Christie is being vetted as a possible running mate for Donald Trump.  And they unload on a New York Daily News columnist for his snide, elitist call to ban ‘God Bless America’ at Major League Baseball games.

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  1. Richard Fulmer Inactive
    Richard Fulmer
    @RichardFulmer

    The NYD columnist is (his word) “outraged” that God Bless America is still sung at ballparks.  I can understand being outraged at, say, modern slavery (there are tens of thousands in the U.S. and tens of millions in India).  Being outraged that foreign aid – intended to feed starving people – is, instead, diverted into kelptocrat’s overseas bank accounts makes perfect sense.  Outrage over the death toll caused by drunk drivers on U.S. highways is certainly appropriate.  But outrage over a song at baseball games?  Here’s a quarter, get a sense of perspective.

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