Confronting Nazi-Apologist-In-Chief Glenn Greenwald on Twitter


Right now there’s a contest going on for most shameless defender of Islamic fascism. It’s The Atlantic’s Andrew Sullivan vs. Salon’s Glenn Greenwald. And Greenwald just took the lead.
A few hours ago, Greenwald linked to Instapundit’s slam of him and tweeted snarkily:
“Useful Idiots” – Can right-wing war-cheerleaders who think in cliches at least invent new ones [...]

Seattle Radio Host Wants to Punch Out Ann Coulter


Writing for Right Wing News, conservative blogger Warner Todd Huston notes that Seattle radio host Brooke Fox recently said on Twitter that she’d like to punch out Ann Coulter and a host of others who dare disagree with her (political) views:
On her Twitter feed on February 17, Miss Fox asked the question “Fill in the [...]

Poor Paul Krugman’s Heart is Broken


Although he was one of Barack Obama’s most fervent supporters two years ago, New York Times columnist and blogger Paul Krugman seems to have lost his faith in the president’s ability to “radically transform” America. Put differently, the Nobel Prize winning economist’s heart is broken:
I’m with Simon Johnson here: how is it possible, at this [...]

The Crooked Judges of Amsterdam


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Dutch authorities are making sure Geert Wilders won’t get a fair defense.

Mea Culpa Maybe: Meltdown with Keith Olbermann Part 29


Last week, we covered Keith Olbermann’s perhaps ultimate meltdown over first the possibility, then the actual election of Republican Scott Brown to the U.S. Senate in Massachusetts.
To summarize, Keith began with this little gem on election eve:
OLBERMANN:  In Scott Brown, we have an irresponsible, homophobic, racist, reactionary, ex-nude model, teabagging supporter of violence against women [...]

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What was Obama’s Worst Decision of 2009? Presenting the Non-Sequitur Policy of the Year Award


Special Report’s lead story Wednesday evening was the remarkable saga that is now called “Gitmo.” my nominee for the first annual “Non-Sequitur Policy of the Year” award (NSPY, pronounced “nespy”, rhyming with ESPN’s ESPY award). Not a very catchy title, perhaps, but appropriately utilitarian in form and function. This first annual [...]

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