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Hugh Hewitt: Everything is unexpected in an unserious Washington

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Readers of the New York Times on the morning of Sept. 10, 2001, found a front page lead on how congressional leaders were in talks about economic stimulus and below-the-fold stories on school dress codes and the morning television ratings races. The summer of 1950 was just another post-war summer, and on June 23 the Indians' Luke Easter hit the longest ball in Cleveland Stadium history,...