The big news during Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week was the disruption of my speech at Emory University by leftists who, it so happens, weren’t actually students. They were members of the Coalition United for Peace and Justice, one of the leading groups in the movement to save the Islamo-Fascist regime in Iraq from being overthrown by [...]
Since 2001, there haven’t been any shows that have excited me more than 24. In fact, I can’t think of the last show that kept me on the edge of my seat like 24 did during its first few seasons. Its ability to attack terrorism in a way that takes no prisoners was not only [...]
Anti-Coulter protest outside University of Ottawa
The Grope & Flail Globe & Mail considers itself Canada’s New York Times (which they still think is a good thing for some reason). However, to mangle Pauline Kael’s line about Nixon voters, nobody I know actually reads it.
Today someone emailed me a new column about Ann Coulter’s visit to [...]
“We’ve gotta clamp down on it.” Bart Stupak
It began with Keith Olbermann who returned for one night to do a little happy dance over the passage of Obamacare—and to call for the arrest of people who were mean to Barney Frank.
OLBERMANN: Two days ago, a Tea Party protestor shouted the “N” word at Congressman John [...]
Watching the transition of the Health Care Bill move from debate into law was worse than watching sausage being made; it felt like I was being forced to look at pornography. The dirty, unconscionable methods used to pass this Federal takeover were shocking. I felt confident throughout the process that the Constitution would triumph in the [...]