A Memorial to the Victims of Communism


Today, FrontPage Magazine published a must read article written by Barbara Kay.
The subject of the piece is FPM’s managing editor Jamie Glazov’s father, Yuri. Yuri Glazov was an outspoken critic of the Soviet regime. After signing the infamous “letter of the twelve,” the regime had enough and declared war on him. They trumped up some drugs [...]

Hillary Clinton Hails “Unshakable Bond” With Israel


With all due respect, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, actions speak louder than words. And the actions of the Obama administration have shown it is no friend of Israel.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Tuesday hailed the “unshakeable bond” between the United States and Israel in an effort to quell the diplomatic spat that has [...]

Tom Hanks Is At It Again, Says Overcoming Racism Is Taking US “An Awfully Long Time” and Calls WWII a War of “Racism and Terror”


Can a sane friend or relative of actor Tom Hanks please tell him to stop talking? Seriously, what’s wrong with that guy? First he says that the U.S. wanted to “annihilate” the Japanese “because they were different,” now he adds, in a sad tone of voice, that it is taking his country “an awfully long [...]

Tom Hanks: US Wanted to Annihilate the Japanese Because They Were ”Different”


Although I am used to Hollywood stars making the most outrageous, anti-American and downright stupid statements, I’ve got to admit that I was taken aback by this post over at Hot Air, nonetheless. Its subject: Tom Hanks said recently that America wanted to ”annihilate the Japanese because they were different.” Yes, seriously:
He is pleased that [...]

Re. The New Left and The New Right


Our very own Jacob Laksin wrote quite a brilliant post in response to David Brooks’ latest column yesterday, in which the Washington Post columnist likens the Tea Party Movement, the New Right if you will, to the New Left movement of the 1960s.
Although the two movements certainly share some similarities, Jacob is correct in [...]

Arrogant Ron Paul Angry He’s Facing a Challenge in His ”Own Primary”


Writing for Hot Air, Ed Morrissey reports that libertarian-oriented Republican Congressman Ron Paul is more than a bit perturbed by the primary challenge he’s facing from a tea party candidate.
In an email sent to supporters, Paul says that both parties are ”doing everything they can to make sure I am defeated.” He adds: “These candidates [...]

Radical Son Reflections, Part IV: Leftists Are Intoxicated With Their Own Virtue


When I was trying to determine what excerpt I’d use for the fourth installment of this series on Radical Son: A Generational Oddyssey, I realized that I had not covered the Left’s view on morality yet. This even though it’s an integral part of the Left’s world view. It influences everything they do, from the policies [...]

The Despicable Human Being Max Blumenthal Is Just a Minor Cog in the Despicable Machine Called the Mainstream Media


NewsReal Blog’s Managing Editor David Swindle wrote a tremendous post yesterday, in which he exposes New York Times journalist Max Blumenthal for the liar and despicable human being he is. For those who don’t remember what happened last week: Blumanthal wrote an article in which he called James O’Keefe – the young conservative journalist who brought us [...]

Seattle Radio Host Wants to Punch Out Ann Coulter


Writing for Right Wing News, conservative blogger Warner Todd Huston notes that Seattle radio host Brooke Fox recently said on Twitter that she’d like to punch out Ann Coulter and a host of others who dare disagree with her (political) views:
On her Twitter feed on February 17, Miss Fox asked the question “Fill in the [...]

Andrew Sullivan’s (Sick) Last Paragraph


A couple of years ago, I was a regular (read “daily”) reader of Andrew Sullivan’s The Daily Dish. Andrew, I believed, did a wonderful job blogging about conservatism, the war on terror and, of course, domestic politics.
Gradually, however, my surfing behavior changed. The reason was that while Andrew once was a tremendous representative of British [...]