Obama Hearts Hugo Chavez?


“Why is it that nobody seems to be paying any attention to the similarities
that were seeing now between what Hugo Chavez is doing in Venezuela and what is happening here in America?” asked Glenn Beck on his TV show last night.
It’s an excellent question. The answer probably has something to do with the left-wing biases [...]

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Candace de Russy: Hate-America Sociology – Minding The Campus


Recently, a colleague forwarded to me a copy of an exam from an introductory sociology class found lying in a room at a public college in the east. It was graded 100%. The exam deserves to be quoted at length, as parts of it are virtually indistinguishable from the old Soviet agitprop of the Fifties: […]

The Man of Steele Seems a Little Flimsy


Republican National Committee Chair Michael Steele is coming under fire for telling Sean Hannity that the GOP might not be ready to lead America again, even if they retake the House of Representatives in 2010:
HANNITY: Do you think you can take over the House? Do you think Republicans…
STEELE: Not this year. And Sean, I would [...]

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Evangelical Pacifism in the War on Terror – by Mark D. Tooley


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Will turning the other cheek keep us safe from Islamofascists?

Memo to Vegans: Plants Want to Live, Too – NYTimes.com


I stopped eating pork about eight years ago, after a scientist happened to mention that the animal whose teeth most closely resemble our own is the pig. Unable to shake the image of a perky little pig flashing me a brilliant George Clooney smile, I decided it was easier to forgo the Christmas ham. A […]

Dick Cheney: Conservative of the Year – HUMAN EVENTS


In Washingtonian “inside the Beltway” terms, the most amazing aspect of former Vice President Dick Cheney’s new clout is that he is achieving it the old-fashioned way: talking about public policy. He is not running for President or any other office. He has not formed a PAC or a D.C. lobbying firm. He is not […]

From the Pen of David Horowitz: December 16, 2009


A new scholarly study by two civil rights veterans has now been introduced into this debate. Stephan and Abigail Thernstrom’s America In Black and White reconstructs the history of racial progress and conflict in the postwar era, and examines the impact of affirmative action solutions. The authors cite a statement made in 1996 by Atlanta’s [...]

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Will Europe Put its Foot Down? – by Hege Storhaug


FRANCE BURQA

We must learn from the Swiss as quickly as possible.

Romney Slams Huckabee Over Clemencies


Appearing on CNNs “Larry King Live,” former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney lashed out at former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee for granting clemency to Maurice Clemmons. Clemmons was found guilty of armed robbery and other violence crimes. Although prosecutors and Clemmons’ victims urged Huckabee not to pardon him, the governor did so nonetheless: a major and [...]

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The Media’s Silent Scandal


From my new article at Right Bias:

If a scandal isn’t reported by the media, does that mean it never happened?
CNN chimed in, reporting their own shocking headlines: Sea Level Rise Could Cost Port Cities $28 [...]