By Geoffrey Dickens ~ Actor Gary Sinise, a longtime supporter of American servicemen and women, took to Twitter to denounce former Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean’s Friday night attack on the moviegoers that have made American Sniper a massive hit. On Friday night’s edition of HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher, the former Vermont Governor […]
By Tim Graham ~ Sunday’s New York Times Magazine includes a generally favorable story on “The Megyn Kelly Moment” by Times reporter Jim Rutenberg (once a media-beat specialist). Rutenberg acknowledged how throroughly Kelly dominates her time slot and is battling with Bill O’Reilly for the top of the cable-news mountain. He described a sharp-elbowed Wednesday […]
by Molli Nickell ~ Courtesy of Sony, a few pages leaked from Obama’s journal, detailing his plans for 2015. I SHALL saunter into my oval office by noon every single day unless I have a golf game or beer summit scheduled. I SHALL meet with my cabinet members for 15 minutes on the […]
By Deroy Murdock ~ The Left repeatedly embarrasses itself in cases of race, class, or gender. Oops, they did it again! From Rolling Stone to Ferguson, liberal politicians, activists, and journalists keep stumbling over two self-imposed hurdles: gullibility and impatience. First, those on the Left are too enraptured with their “narratives” to […]
By Ann Coulter ~ Sorry this column is late. I got raped again on the way home. Twice. I should clarify — by “raped,” I mean that two seductive Barry White songs came on the radio, which, according to the University of Virginia, constitutes rape. TAKE BACK THE NIGHT! Even the feminist-whipped media parted company […]
By Cliff Kincaid ~ The story carries the great title of “How Edward Snowden Changed Journalism.” But the article doesn’t live up to its billing. The author, Steve Coll, dean of the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University, doesn’t want his readers to know that journalism has changed into a form of espionage that […]
By Andrew Bolt ~ In Australia, the ABC notes an important World War One anniversary: One hundred years ago today, Australians took part in one of the first engagements of World War One, the Battle of Bitapaka in Papua New Guinea. And, being the ABC, it marks the occasion with its usual respect for the […]
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