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Obama and a world on fire

- The Washington Times

Incompetence breeds incompetence, and eventually the slowest-witted among us recognizes the man who not only doesn't know what he's doing but won't listen to those who do. His earnest ignorance blights everything he touches. Even yellow-dog Democrats are growling.

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PRUDEN: The shame of the Indian givers

- The Washington Times

Some Americans truly have no shame. The elites, nonpartisan but mostly Democrats, are encouraging hell on the border to force immigration "reform." That's painful for the children but tolerable as long as it doesn't inconvenience the elites.

Following his defeat in the Virginia primary Tuesday, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., tells reporters he intends to resign his leadership post at the end of July, at the Capitol in Washington, Wednesday, June 11, 2014. Cantor lost to tea party challenger David Brat, who campaigned in opposition of loosening immigration laws. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

PRUDEN: Pundits missing the obvious in Cantor loss

- The Washington Times

The liberal pundits, Republican elites, Democratic politicians and K Street lobbyists are having a hard time 'splainin' how Eric Cantor lost his seat in Virginia this week, since it couldn't have been about immigration.

Hillary and Bill Clinton (Associated Press)

PRUDEN: Hillary, the poor little rich girl

- The Washington Times

A funny thing is happening on the way to the restoration the Clinton White House. Discerning Democrats are discovering that Hillary, for all her bewitching feminine charm, just ain't a patch on ol' Bubba.

FILE - This March 21, 2014, file photo shows National Security Adviser Susan Rice speaking in the Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House in Washington. (Associated Press)

PRUDEN: Bowe Bergdahl, bad bargain

- The Washington Times

Barack Obama seems determined to empty the prison at Guantanamo Bay five Islamic heroes at a time, if only he can find enough American prisoners of war to make the swaps.

President Obama bows to a Japanese robot, ASIMO, during a youth science event at the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation in Tokyo.

PRUDEN: Obama's fishy Asian adventure

- The Washington Times

President Obama is in Asia, for those who remember him, and it hasn't been a great week for either his administration or his family. He might be tempted to stay there.

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PRUDEN: Putting the 'pee' in Portland

- The Washington Times

Portland, Ore., is a nice place to live. Nothing much happens there, and that's its charm. Oregon is perhaps the most politically correct of the 50 states, shading even Massachusetts, and Reservoir 5 of the Portland water system is a monument to the work of the weenie bureaucrat.