Media Matters ‘Just Barely’ Accepts Smackdown from its Very Own Readers


Eric “The Excitable” Boehlert is one of my “favorite” guys (and they are almost all guys) at Media Matters.
His lousy reading comprehension skills and blindly ideological bent combine with a preternatural enthusiasm, to produce posts that are inevitably poorly reasoned, poorly written, and sometimes just plain wrong.
Eric Boehlert is the Ed Wood of the George [...]

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Have We Stopped Trying to Make Good People? – by Dennis Prager


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The most important question a society can ask.

Ross Douthat: Obama’s Nobel Speech, NYTimes.com


Since I gave him so much grief for accepting the prize in the first place, I have to give the president credit for the speech itself. He faced the impossible task of having to give multiple addresses at once: A speech his European hosts expected to hear from a Nobel Prize winner; a speech that […]

At Power Line: Remembering Sarah


At Power Line Blog today:
I have had the sad task of writing a just-published book about my daughter Sarah who died at the age of 44 from complications related to a birth condition. No parent should have to bury his child, and the book I have written, which is called A Cracking of the Heart, [...]

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The Spin Stops Where, Exactly? O’Reilly Pitches Soft Balls to Huckabee


On Monday’s O’Reilly Factor, Mike Huckabee made his first television appearance since serial felon Maurice Clemmons (allegedly) murdered four police officers on Sunday morning. Since the murders, the media have lambasted Fox News analyst and former Arkansas governor Huckabee for having commuted Clemmons’ life sentence back in 2000. I had been curious as [...]

Fred Barnes: What Obama Needs to Say at West Point, The Weekly Standard


You can’t fight a successful war unless the commander-in-chief is fully committed to it. So President Obama’s chief task in his speech Tuesday night on Afghanistan is to make it absolutely clear that he is. This won’t be easy. Obama comes from the antiwar wing of the Democratic party that opposes the use of force […]

Will You Help Save a Girl From Mutilation? – by Jamie Glazov


Lucy

Lucy Mashua, a victim of female genital mutilation, leads a new worldwide campaign.