Liberals Hate Child Exploitation — Except When It Furthers Their Goals


The Democrats say the healthcare debate will end this week, but will it really, asked Glenn Beck on his TV show.
The progressives are pulling out all of the stops. But what they’re saying now is that if you don’t want this health care bill, you just must hate the poor. You must have absolutely no [...]

David Horowitz on CSPAN2’s Book TV on Sunday at 7 PM EST to Talk about “A Cracking of the Heart”


Everyone be sure and tune in to CSPAN2’s Book TV this Sunday at 7 PM EST. NewsReal Blog’s Editor-In-Chief David Horowitz will be discussing his newest book,  A Cracking of the Heart.

Cheney Released from Hospital – Washington Times


By ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON (AP) — Former Vice President Dick Cheney left a Washington hospital on Wednesday following a heart attack he suffered earlier in the week. Spokesman Peter Long said Cheney was discharged from George Washington University Hospital and feeling good. “He will resume his normal schedule shortly,” Long said of Cheney, who has […]

Matters of Life and Death


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Two fathers’ memoirs show that grief has no political affiliation.

Cheney at CPAC: “Obama One-Term President” – Washington Times


Fresh off his weekend back-and-forth with the Obama administration, former Vice President Dick Cheney took his fight to the heart of the political right, making a surprise address Thursday to the Conservative Political Action Conference and telling them President Obama will be defeated in 2012. “I think Barack Obama is a one-term president,” he said. […]

A Return to Country


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The showstopper country rendition of “America the Beautiful” by The Zac Brown Band sends a message across the U.S.A.

Former Texas Rep. Charlie Wilson dies at 76 – washingtonpost.com


DALLAS — Charlie Wilson, the former congressman from Texas whose funding of Afghanistan's resistance to the Soviet Union was chronicled in the movie “Charlie Wilson's War,” died Wednesday. He was 76.Wilson died at Memorial Medical Center-Lufkin after he started having difficulty breathing while attending a meeting in the eastern Texas town where he lived, said […]

Why is it When We Post about Ron Paul We Get Anti-Semitic Commenters?


From a comment on Jeanette Pryor’s post yesterday about Sarah Palin and Rand Paul:
i am guessing that you are and/either/or of the following ….a neo-con, a jew, a zionist……….right?
and you support sustained foreign military action primarily on behalf of israel, right?
well those viewpoints do not serve the best interests of the united states of america [...]

From the Writings of David Horowitz: Feburary 7, 2010


I looked forward to seeing Elissa. Although we had not been married for thirty years, we had not lost each other entirely either. A durable bond had been forged out of the love we shared for our children, and now for their children, and out of memories of a past long gone.
Although the streets of [...]

Holbrooke is a Little Too Proud of Inventing “AfPak” Term


I couldn’t help but laugh at this description of how the special envoy for Afghanistan and Pakistan, Richard Holbrooke, boasted of coming up with the term, “AfPak” to summarize our strategy for fighting terrorism in that area of the world. Holbrooke repeatedly said it to make sure a reporter used it. It’s sort of like [...]