Joe Klein Breaks with Precedent – Calls Us Stupid


Can someone please take Time Magazine’s Joe Klein aside and explain that being sophomoric is only cool when one is actually a sophomore? After that, it’s kind of like your Uncle Ed in a very small Speedo.  Not pretty, and a little sad.
In his latest offering  It’s Her Party: The Brilliance of Sarah Palin (or [...]

Chomsky and the Khmer Rouge – The Observer


Chomsky and the Khmer Rouge Letters The Observer February 8, 2010 In his prickly response Letters, 17 January to Andrew Anthony’s “Lost in Cambodia,” OM, 10 January 2010 Noam Chomsky does precisely what he accuses Anthony of doing: “Vilify the messenger, to ensure that unwanted history is forgotten.” That unwanted history is of Chomsky himself […]

Anatomy of a Hit Job: NPR Takes Aim at the Tea Party Movement


NPR journalists behave like gangsters when it comes time to interview Tea Partiers.
NPR’s On Point with Tom Ashbrook has an agenda: Promote and protect Barack Obama.  And like all good statists, Ashbrook filters objective reality through a filter – a template of leftist assumptions, distortions, half-truths, and outright lies.
On Wednesday, January 13, 2010, Ashbrook ambushed two [...]

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Michael Moore


Michael Moore

To view the full Michael Moore profile, click here. Excerpts from the Michael Moore profile: Michael Moore is a multi-millionaire filmmaker and author of several books…. In 2002 Moore’s anti-gun documentary Bowling for Columbine reached theaters. His depiction of America as a violent, gun-crazed culture was honored at the Cannes Film Festival in France and won the 2003 […]

Mein Kampf a hit on Dhaka streets


From BBC News:
Booksellers touting their wares amid the heavy traffic in the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka, have discovered an unusual best-seller.
Adolf Hitler’s autobiography manifesto Mein Kampf is selling as well as Dan Brown’s latest novel, The Lost Symbol.
The street vendors in Dhaka are found at every major road junction and intersection.
Most of the sellers are young [...]