When it comes to Israel and its genocidal enemies, Andrew Sullivan is a master of moral equivalency. The man has it down to an art form, sort of like the way that children enjoy playing with their food. “Look, mommy, my Alpha-Bits say ‘I hate Israel’!” “Yes, we know, Andrew. We forgive you now for [...]
It’s no secret that I’m not a fan of Ryan Sorba, the young conservative who shows off his tough-guy masculinity by trying to make a career out of fighting against homosexuals and gay marriage. If you don’t remember, Sorba is the speaker with a massively inflated sense of self-importance that used his debut at CPAC [...]
Warning: HBO-level language. Hat tip to Andrew Sullivan.
… but he can’t take the point to its logical conclusion.
In the above clip from HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher,” the leftist host and comedian says what so many of his progressive pals cannot:
1. Our American culture is better than the Middle East’s.
2. American Christians who follow [...]
(Image by David Lunde, hat tip to Michelle Malkin)
Kudos to Daily Beast editor-in-chief Tina Brown for penning an anti-Sarah Palin tirade so vitriolic, I thought there had been a mix-up with her byline and Andrew Sullivan’s. Well, technically she’s blasting John McCain for allowing Palin to campaign for him, because…uh…it’s Sarah Palin, Personification of Evil! [...]
Meghan Stapleton, advisor and spokeswoman to Governor Sarah Palin, resigned yesterday to spend more time with her family, and we all know what that means: another media feeding frenzy. A recent Daily Beast interview with Stapleton suggests her departure is an essentially unremarkable development over the normal course of a political career, but that won’t [...]
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 [...]
Romano Amerio began his work, Iota Unum, with this exquisite statement:
“A precise use of words makes for a sound argument.”
Lack of a precise definition of “anti-Semite” is contributing to the blog war now raging over Andrew Sullivan, editor of The Daily Dish, and his understanding of “Jewish influence on American foreign policy.” Picked up by [...]