Jim Geraghty of National Review with Chad Benson filling in for Greg Corombos of Radio America. Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claims to be in possession of tens of thousands of documents that reveal that Iran has been lying about its nuclear weapons program. Marco Rubio expresses skepticism toward the basic tenets of supply side economic theory, suggesting that the recent tax cuts will not help the middle class as promised. Lastly, Twitter is upset about a Chinese dress as claims of cultural appropriation strike prom.

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  1. Arahant Member

    So, was this Chinese guy complaining about the dress using English? That’s cultural appropriation!

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  2. Guruforhire Member

    I actually bought that issue of the Atlantic and remains the only issue that I have ever bought, and that article in particular affected my thinking.



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  3. dicentra Member

    The girl in the prom dress is from Utah. I don’t know where here critic is from.

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  4. Arahant Member

    dicentra (View Comment):

    The girl in the prom dress is from Utah. I don’t know where here critic is from.

    It doesn’t matter. What matters is that he is Chinese (Jeremy Lam), and not of Anglo-Saxon or Anglo-Norman descent, so should not be speaking English. I’m tired of his cultural appropriation of my language and culture.

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  5. FredGoodhue Coolidge

    If Marco Rubio is so supportive of the American worker, why was he in the Gang of Eight and pushing amnesty for replacement workers who lower wages?

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  6. FredGoodhue Coolidge

    What would cultural warriors say if a boy wears a Chinese prom dress?  They would be a cross purposes.

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