Susan Olsen, Dwight Schultz and Susanne Reyto shed light on why the Left loves monsters.
Susan Olsen, Dwight Schultz and Susanne Reyto shed light on why “progressives” love tyrants.
Susan Olsen, Dwight Schultz and Susanne Reyto mix it up on Frontpage’s television show.
We knew this was coming. No American victory in this day and age, not even the long-overdue death of terror mastermind Osama bin Laden, is safe from political hijacking by the useful idiots of the Left. Within hours of hearing the good news, left-wing Daily Beast flunky Peter Beinart took to the keyboard to declare that the War on Terror is finally over.
Useful idiots came in handy for Lenin, and they are coming in handy today for those who seek to bring Sharia (Islamic) Law into America’s courtrooms. Florida Judge Richard Nielsen has ruled that he will settle a dispute according to “Ecclesiastical Islamic Law” and Adam Serwer at The American Prospect is bending over backwards to defend the ruling.
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 [...]
For some on the left the truth is too much to handle. I am referring specifically to Salon.com’s Alex Koppelman who is gunning for a spot on the list of useful idiots defending organized crime syndicate ACORN. (Salon’s Joe Conason is already on the list.)
Koppelman didn’t like what I wrote here yesterday about Patrick Corvington working for the ACORN-friendly [...]
Bernardine Dohrn, terrorist wife of Bill Ayers, member of The Weathermen and hostess with the mostest for Barack Obama, joined up with other useful idiots, Code Pink, to bring ‘humanitarian aid’ to Gaza.
Last month 1,300 pro-Palestinian activists from the US and Europe came to the region in the name of peace and social justice to [...]