Naked Emperor News reveals the truth about the president one YouTube video at a time.
by Emily Esfahani Smith
10/06/2009 12:00:00 AM
Pamela Key does not work for the Republican National Committee. She has no formal training in journalism. An illustrator of children’s books, she never finished college. And yet, her oppositional research, her investigative journalism, […]
October 06, 2009
Black Leaders Ignore Black-on-Black Crime
By E.W. Jackson Sr.
On Thursday, September 24th, after an apparently productive day at Fengler High School in Chicago, Derrion Albert, a black 16 year old honor student was knocked to the ground by a blow to the head with a railroad tie. He was then punched, kicked and stomped. […]
Rangel is Robin Hood in reverse
By CHARLES HURT
Last Updated: 8:17 AM, October 4, 2009
For those who have studied most closely the decades of Charlie Rangel’s financial tangles and fiscal subterfuge, one doggedly puzzling question overshadows all the rest.
How does Rangel have so much money and where did it come from?
This is a man who draws […]
Claim: ACORN theft was five times previously thought
By: DAVID FREDDOSO
10/05/09 11:50 PM EDT
ACORN was embroiled in scandal last year when it was revealed that Dale Rathke, brother of ACORN founder Wade Rathke, had embezzled nearly $1 million from an ACORN affiliate years earlier. According to news reports, a handful of ACORN officials covered up […]
OPINION: THE AMERICAS OCTOBER 4, 2009, 10:48 P.M. ET
Chávez imports Ahmadinejad’s ideology to Latin America.
By MARY ANASTASIA O’GRADY
Sometimes I ask myself if Hitler wasn’t right when he wanted to finish with that race, through the famous holocaust, because if there are people that are harmful to this country, they are the Jews, the Israelites.
By MALCOLM HEDDING
Oct 3, 2009 20:07 | Updated Oct 5, 2009 3:20
Benjamin Disraeli, the prime minister of the United Kingdom at the turn of the 20th century, had a special way of taking on detractors who heckled him as a Jew when he rose to speak in parliament. “My people were kings in Jerusalem while you […]
“Brain-dead conservatives:” Redemption is found in Reagan roots
By: Craig Shirley
October 4, 2009
Ronald Reagan once joked that Harvard was not the answer to juvenile delinquency. Nor are elite college degrees for the ailing GOP, as my friend Stephen Hayward seemed to suggest in today’s Washington Post.
Indeed, many of the conservatives he cited with advanced degrees […]
“Wars of choice” and cheap partisan rhetoric
By: MICHAEL BARONE
Senior Political Analyst
10/04/09 12:14 PM EDT
In my Sunday Examiner column, I looked at Barack Obama’s apparent change of heart on Afghanistan. I took aim at his characterization, made as recently as August 17, of Afghanistan as a “war of necessity,” as compared to Iraq, which he and […]
Iran’s Big Victory in Geneva
We are now even further from eliminating Tehran’s threat.
OPINION OCTOBER 4, 2009, 10:56 P.M. ET
By JOHN BOLTON
The most widely touted outcome of last week’s Geneva talks with Iran was the “agreement in principle” to send approximately one nuclear-weapon’s worth of Iran’s low enriched uranium (LEU) to Russia for enrichment to 19.75% […]
OPINION OCTOBER 3, 2009
The Conscience of a Capitalist
The Whole Foods founder talks about his Journal health-care op-ed that spawned a boycott, how he deals with unions, and why he thinks CEOs are overpaid.
By STEPHEN MOORE
“I honestly don’t know why the article became such a lightning rod,” says John Mackey, CEO and founder of Whole Foods […]