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The liberal bully of the week is ... Vladimir Putin

Bullying has been a specialty of Vladimir Putin his entire life. Even as a boy, he likes to say he was "A bully not a pioneer." He was a kid with a quick temper and skills in martial arts — what a combo for a future KGB leader!

Sen. Sherrod Brown, Ohio Democrat. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

Boycott liberals, not hamburgers

Sherrod Brown is the personification of what is wrong with Congress, Democrats and liberals. His latest pronouncement is simply an indictment of his intellectual deficiencies and his lack of qualifications to be a United States Senator.

Photo of Armenians being rescued from Musa Dagh after 40 days of resistance to Turkish forces.

Deja vu on Mount Sinjar

The Yazidis have been on Mount Sinjar longer than the Armenians were on Musa Dagh in 1915, and the world has had much more coverage and confirmation of the atrocities which they have endured. Where is our massive humanitarian rescue effort?

CNN newsroom at the CNN Center in  Atlanta. (AP Photo/Ric Feld)

CNN and the Titanic

For CNN, the bad news has hit. With no new race riots or crashing Malaysian airliners to boost ratings, CNN is back in the ratings basement again.

A mosquito on human skin. (AP Photo/USDA, File)

Infectious disease: the invisible danger of climate change

Malaria is spreading to the highlands in Africa from its prior predominant lowland distribution. A northward sweep of West Nile virus in the United States has been linked to the changing distribution of disease carrying mosquitoes. Climate change has been implicated in both these instances.