The Washington Post's chief Palin-basher Kathleen Parker strikes again.
Let's see if the mainstream media ever gets around to demanding answers.
The president describes terrorists as "hopeless" — they are anything but that.
Some of them really deserve their lump of coal this year.
It's been kind of satisfying watching Jeff Jarvis’s reaction to criticism.
We just got back from D.C. and while there, took a tour of the White House. br /br /Did you know that President Bush has two dogs? I didn’t, until I saw some pictures up in the West Wing of him playing with them. What I find interesting is that we heard about the Clinton’s cat, a href=”http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socks_(cat)”Socks,/a nonstop, and their dog, Buddy. Now, the Obamas are just a href=”http://www.mlive.com/us-politics/index.ssf/2008/11/obama_dog_purebred_or_mutt.html”thinking about getting a dog /aand the media just loves the story. The main time we heard much about the Bush’s dogs was a href=”http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/presidentbush/2008/11/barney-the-whit.html”when one bit /a a Reuters reporter. Who can blame him? But it just goes to show, no ongoing fluff media pieces for Bush, it might make him too human.br /br /Can anyone here tell me the breed of dogs Bush has without googling the information and tell me their names?
Jews who don't think his unforgivable actions will trigger anti-Semitism are kidding themselves.
Finally, a holiday film with some Christmas spirit.
Footwear-chucking Iraqi correspondent Muntader al-Zaidi has a lot in common with a famous Monty Python character.
They schmoozed in Tehran as the regime was executing its enemies.
An FBI informant's response to Bill Ayers' rewriting of history got the cold shoulder — but you can read it here. (Also, Ron Radosh asks: What's the Difference Between the Fort Dix Five and Bill Ayers?)
Hint: It wasn't George W. Bush (See also, "Capitol Is on Strike" by Rich Karlgaard.)
Opposing same-sex marriage does not make Warren — or anyone else — bigoted or hateful.
The probable Kennedy appointment is both laughable and yet a parable for our bankrupt times.
It would be a recipe for disaster, and do far more harm than good. Update: Officer Jack Dunphy responds.
It's a great time for change — but Obama doesn't seem too eager to address the corruption, ethical sloth, and party cronyism infecting our government.
New York's governor will take a huge political risk if he hands a Senate seat to the Camelot heiress.
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"If you can keep your job while all about you are fielding bribes and blaming it on you..."
Robert Spencer reveals how radical Islam is quietly advancing in the U.S.
Have men become a group of feminized, metrosexual elves?
The passing of Mark Felt of Watergate fame forces us to examine the irony in his betrayal of Nixon.