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At Bloomberg View, Kavitha Davidson has little faith in the NFL’s plan to investigate their own incompetence.

At Breitbart Unmasked, Matt Osborne wonders if the Kansas GOP is headed for disaster.

At National Review Online, Ramesh Ponnuru bends over backwards to defend his pal Ted Cruz from accusations of insensitivity towards Arab Christians. Republican congressman Charlie Dent of Pennsylvania disagrees.

At the Denver Post, Lisa Wirthman covers the GOP’s underhanded push for over the counter birth control pills.

Jonathan Chait is still trying to nail down Ayn Rand’s influence on Paul Ryan’s political philosophy.

Rep. Jim Clyburn recommends sexting, which is kind of funny.

Let’s have some more Peter Tosh:

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