Jillian Michaels Could Turn Out to be the Biggest Loser of All


Alright, so I admit it, I enjoy watching the “Biggest Loser” now and then. At first I was put off by the title, but after watching it, it really seemed to change lives—who can argue with that right?
After reading a short piece in The Huffington Post about an interview with one of their star trainers, [...]

Trading A Judicial Appointment For A Healthcare Vote Is A New Low


While President Obama’s trading of a lifetime judicial appointment in exchange for a vote in favor of ObamaCare doesn’t quite rise to the level of an impeachable offense at a minimum it is an example of legislative horse-trading at its most obnoxious.
On cue President Obama’s press secretary Robert Gibbs called the allegation that the nomination was a kind of bribe in [...]

Top Marine’s Views on Openly Gay Service Shared by Combat Troops


The warrior ethos and warrior culture that sustains the combat arms, is predicated upon a shared sense of manhood to which open homosexuality is antithetical and inimical.

Al Qaeda Burrows into Yemen’s Tribal Population – WSJ.com


SAN’A, Yemen—In nearly a decade of rebuilding its terror network here, al Qaeda has put down deep roots, a move that is now complicating U.S.-backed efforts to battle the group. Unlike other chapters of the global terror network, Yemen’s Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula is a largely homegrown movement, with carefully cultivated ties to […]

Massachusetts Voters Oppose ObamaCare – WSJ.com


Liberals are now trying to sell the fantasy, and maybe even convince themselves, that ObamaCare isn’t among the reasons Senator-elect Scott Brown is headed to Washington. One of the only Massachusetts exit polls doesn’t corroborate the story: Rasmussen reports that 51% of voters on Tuesday were opposed and 47% in favor—41% “strongly opposed” and just […]

Poll: 7 in 10 Afghans support US forces – AP


Nearly seven in 10 Afghans support the presence of U.S. forces in their country, and 61 percent favor the military buildup of 37,000 U.S. and NATO reinforcements now deploying, according to a poll released Monday. Support for U.S. and NATO forces, however, drops sharply in the south and east where the fighting is the most […]

Media Matters ‘Just Barely’ Accepts Smackdown from its Very Own Readers


Eric “The Excitable” Boehlert is one of my “favorite” guys (and they are almost all guys) at Media Matters.
His lousy reading comprehension skills and blindly ideological bent combine with a preternatural enthusiasm, to produce posts that are inevitably poorly reasoned, poorly written, and sometimes just plain wrong.
Eric Boehlert is the Ed Wood of the George [...]

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Hollywood and Howard Zinn’s Marxist Education Project – by Michelle Malkin


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The Left’s latest campaign of indoctrination masked as education.

Swiss Minarets and European Islam – by Daniel Pipes


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Switzerland revolts against symbols of advancing totalitarianism.

Harold Koh


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For the entire Harold Koh profile, click here. Selected highlights from the Harold Koh profile: Born in Boston, Massachusetts in December 1954, Harold Hongju Koh is an attorney of Korean-American heritage…. In 2009 President Barack Obama nominated him to be the Legal Advisor to the U.S. State Department. Koh is an advocate of transnationalism, a concept that argues in […]