By Tim Graham ~ James Taranto at The Wall Street Journal often tackles newspapers contradicting themselves under the headline “Two Papers in One!” Wednesday’s edition, though, went back to point out that the sudden revulsion at Woodrow Wilson’s racism is at odds with The New York Times editorial page arguing in favor of Wilson for […]
By Andrew Bolt ~ Praise for a phrase: It may have been François Hollande’s finest hour. In a 16-minute speech at Les Invalides today – written while jetting around the world – he achieved something that he has rarely achieved in his three years in the Elysée Palace. He spoke for the nation. “A horde […]
By Tim Graham ~ Pretty-boy actor Brad Pitt is lecturing the American people to stop being so closed-minded about the foreigners in their panic after the Paris attacks. Americans somehow think they’re an island of xenophopic egotists. “Don’t be so emotional,” he cautioned. “Don’t see the world from our own backyard. Understand everyone has self-interest […]
By Tom Johnson ~ The left tends to believe that Republicans, for whatever reason, are a lot better than Democrats at messaging and salesmanship. In that vein, Washington Monthly blogger Martin Longman argues that GOPers have a flair for fabricating issues — “non-problems,” Longman calls them — which distract the public from real problems. “There […]
By Curtis Houck ~ In what has to be one of the more unusual pieces by the liberal media sounding the alarm on global warming, a piece in Thursday’s New York Times complained about the inability of wealthy (liberal) New Yorkers to wear their lucrative fall clothing due to the alleged climatology on earth and […]
By Alatheia Larsen ~ The Guardian’s latest installment of climate activism makes it seem more like a sad literary digest rather than a sad news outlet. And it brought in celebrities like actor James Franco (pictured) to help. In March 2015, The Guardian first launched its anti-fossil fuel campaign called “Keep it in the Ground.” […]
By P.J. Gladnick ~ Sheesh! Talk about a completely misplaced set of priorities! In the wake of the Paris terror attacks last week in which hundreds were killed and wounded, what is now the main concern for Huffington Post reporter Daniel Marans? How the attacks will make a global climate deal more likely. In this, he […]
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