It’s official: Solicitor General Elena Kagan is President Barack Obama’s second nominee to the US Supreme Court. Today on the Daily Beast, Peter Beinart revisits Kagan’s anti-military zealotry over “don’t ask, don’t tell”—unsurprisingly, it doesn’t bother him enough to oppose her confirmation (though he does offer an intriguing nugget about administration allies offering to help [...]
When Ann Coulter speaks, people listen, and for good reason. On last night’s “Hannity,” she and Sean had a broad conversation about the news of the day, from Coulter’s plans to file a human rights complaint of her own for the “anti-hate” hate she recently endured in Canada to the Republican Party’s 2010 electoral prospects [...]
Last May, the ladies of Slate magazine banished themselves to the virtual menstrual lodge known as Double X. Their goal with the left-leaning feminist spin-off was to “set the agenda for what women are thinking and talking about,” presumably without gumming up Slate with too many girl cooties.
As it turns out, launching a national conversation [...]
Before it was known that the 2016 Olympics had been awarded to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and that Chicago had been knocked out of the selection process in the first round of voting despite President President Obama’s whirlwind visit to Olympic authorities in Copenhagen, Denmark, Glenn Beck led his audience through an exercise in calculated [...]