The Washington Times - July 7, 2010, 11:16AM

Today’s Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: Bolton - ‘Arab countries would support attack on Iran’, Advertisers going after Tea Party supporters, Remember that time at summer camp? Now with abortion workshops!



  • Human EventsBolton - ‘Arab countries would support attack on Iran’


In a HUMAN EVENTS exclusive, former UN Ambassador John Bolton argued that a preemptive military strike on Iran’s nuclear facilities would privately have the full backing of many Middle East countries.

  • Hot AirAdvertisers going after Tea Party supporters
When Madison Avenue targets a demographic, we know that a certain population has become a force in American culture. The Washington Post reports that the Tea Party has become more than just a means of speaking truth to power and to argue for smaller government and reduced spending.

  • NewsReal BlogRemember that time at summer camp? Now with abortion workshops!
A camp. To learn how to be a feminist. I know, I thought the same thing — who on earth would want to be a feminist, much less attend a camp rife with them? Turns out, it’s the kind of people who actually choose to label themselves and who take some sort of strange pride in being a part of an irrelevant and self-diminishing groupthink.