Justice or retribution for the banking giant?
My NewsReal colleague Michelle Horstman has penned a fine post espousing an even finer sentiment: that the Irish should serve as a great example to other ethnic newcomers; despite breathtaking, backbreaking hardship, they eventually embraced the American melting-pot model and assimilated into the broader culture, without losing their distinctive cultural and religious traditions.
The Irish also [...]
by Peter Wehner The Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC) gathering this weekend included some odd moments, some odd speakers, and some odd outcomes. But it also included some fine moments and impressive speeches — especially one fantastic address by columnist George Will. In his remarks, Will laid out the fundamental difference between conservatism and modern-day […]
In spite of all I admired and wrote in support of Governor Sarah Palin, I cannot claim intellectual honesty if I try to justify her profoundly disturbing endorsement of Dr. Rand Paul.
It is one thing to vote for a flawed candidate opposing one who is worse. It is another thing altogether to place immense credibility [...]
Really? Nobody is more embarrassing than Jimmy Carter.
On Sunday’s Geraldo at Large host Kimberly Guilfoyle tried to discuss Rush Limbaugh’s statements about Haiti with guests Ann Coulter and Kirsten Powers, but Coulter wanted to rant about Bill Clinton so badly that she chose to drag Jimmy Carter into it.
Ann Coulter completely disregarded Kimberly Guilfoyle’s question [...]
The New York Times’ lead editorial today urges amnesty for the approximately 12 million illegal immigrants currently residing in the United States – or as the Times calls them, “the undocumented underclass.” It does not use the word “amnesty,” of course. But how else would one define a program the Times supports that:
legalizes immigrants who [...]
In a flip-flop worthy of John Kerry (I actually did vote for the $87 billion before I voted against it), Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano told airline passengers that the security system was working just fine before conceding that there was a major break down in the system on Christmas Day. But for a bungling terrorist [...]