Time’s editor Stengel has no clue about the Joe Sestak hiring scandal. Gets caught like a deer in headlights on Morning Joe.
Nathanial Stuart has done something so remarkable, so groundbreaking that no MSNBC reporter could even fathom the sheer novelty of the idea: Have a conversation with an actual black person at a Tea Party protest.
Stuart has produced an excellent video of candid yet illuminating comments by “conservatives of color” who were present at the Washington [...]
Looks like the fix is in and Obamacare will be signed into law, if not tomorrow (Sunday, March 20) then soon thereafter. I haven’t done as much in opposition as many others, but I’ve done some - Lots of emails, phone calls, endless FB postings, innumerable tweets, website posts, a few local Republican candidate livestreams, a [...]
The political retirement of Evan Bayh, at age 54, is being portrayed by various sages as a result of too much partisanship, or the Senate's dysfunction, or even the systemic breakdown of American governance. Most of this is rationalization. The real story, of which Mr. Bayh's frustration is merely the latest sign, is the failure […]
The boys at the George Soros Steno Pool, a.k.a. Media Matters, evidently don’t care about Donny Deutsch explaining to Larry King that gays don’t watch football.
Which is weird because they haven’t ignored Deutsch’s “controversial” statements in the past.
Anyhow: no surprise that Media Matters is pretending to be scandalized by Rush Limbaugh’s “retard” gags on yesterday’s [...]
VOA reports on a hotbed of militant Islamist extremism where Muslims are instructed to evade law enforcement … in order to congratulate them on their work with law enforcement fighting extremism.
Robert Spencer posted at Jihad Watch yesterday about how VOA got snowed by Hamas-linked CAIR into doing public relations on their behalf. What does this [...]
The five young men detained in Pakistan this week — like a whole new generation of jihadis — appear to have made considerable use of the Internet in their alleged approach to al Qaeda. Their story points out that, nine years after 9/11, terrorist networks are still not only able to stay in touch via […]
The goals were narrow, and delivered without regard to America’s moral obligation to Afghanistan. Peter Beinart on Obama’s missed opportunity.The best that can be said about President Obama’s West Point speech is that it was civil. Obama did not accuse opponents of the Afghan surge of appeasement; he did not imply that he has a […]