Barack Obama is a man of many talents. Some presidents might be content to wreck the nation’s finances and display confused impotence to our enemies, but Obama also takes the time to needlessly poison America’s cultural well. Last night, Sean Hannity took the president to task for including Lonnie Rashid Lynn, Jr., AKA rapper/poet “Common,” on the docket of a White House celebration of American prose.
Hannity lights up Keith Ellison – and we say: more, more!
Before I sat down to write this article, I pinched myself just to make sure I was awake and today’s subject wasn’t some weird dream. But alas, talking heads on both sides of the political spectrum really are seriously entertaining the possibility of President Donald Trump.
For some reason, I thought George W. Bush left office in January 2009. Good thing we’ve got Anthony Weiner around to set us straight.
Discussing perceived political angles to tragedies, especially as they’re happening, is always touchy. Even if there is a valid policy observation to be made, you’re opening yourself up to ready-made accusations of insensitivity, partisanship, and opportunism. So it should come as little surprise that the leftist smear merchants at Media Matters are raking Sean Hannity over the coals for a “five-minute Obama-bashing session” during his coverage of the disaster in Japan.
The Potomac Troll Heads Back to the Bridge
The White House Press Corps front row seat is finally vacated. 89-year-old Potomac River Troll Helen Thomas has retired to her bridge from whence she came after decades of hissing at White House press secretaries and one last hurrah, snarling anti-Semitic remarks toward Israel, insisting Jews do [...]
The other night, Sean Hannity ran a segment about Hispanic radicalism in Arizona public schools. As if on cue, the petty, factually-challenged Fox haters of NewsHounds fired back with a nasty screed that, once again, proves little more than their own moral and intellectual bankruptcy. It begins as follows:
As the champion of white America feeling [...]
From Gary Fouse:
Last night on Fox’s Sean Hannity Show, David Horowitz and UC-Irvine Professer Mark LeVine were interviewed in regards to Horowitz’s appearance this week at UC San Diego, in which a member of the Muslim Student Association made a controversial remark in answer to Horowitz’s question. This led to an angry exchange between LeVine [...]