By Tom Johnson ~ Conservatives can’t stand Hillary Clinton, but do they have reasons for their antipathy? No, suggests pundit Paul Waldman, who indicates that detailed accusations about such matters as emails or Benghazi are mere pretext for the right’s “visceral loathing” of Hillary, which would be expressed more genuinely via sexist insults, or maybe […]
By Andrew Bolt ~ An Australian Greens Party Senator diagnoses a capitalist ill after a reporter gives her a lift: As the Greens candidates pack up their things and say goodbye to volunteers, Senator Lee Rhiannon moves toward the station gates; she has taken the train out to Sydenham, forgoing the taxpayer-funded car or Cabcharge. […]
By Andrew Bolt ~ The Australian Labor Party kissed the election goodbye three weeks ago when it promised – actually promised – to spend more and borrow more than even the Liberals over the next four years. On Sunday Labor confirmed the size of disaster, revealing it would add an extra $101 billion to our […]
By Caroline Glick ~ There was something poetic about the events that bookended the past week of diplomacy. This week began with French President Francois Hollande’s “peace” conference and ended with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s state visit to Moscow. From the perspective of both substance and style, the contrast between the two events couldn’t have […]
By Daniel Hannan ~ My whole adult life has been a preparation for next week’s vote on leaving the European Union. It’s not just the biggest event in Britain; it’s the biggest event on the planet. But big doesn’t mean sudden or jarring. The effects will be cumulative and, at first, slight. It was at […]
By Brent Bozell and Tim Graham ~ In the of the Trump wrecking crane, President Obama’s approval ratings have risen above 50 percent. The media see greater appreciation for his “competence” in office – but why? In the wake of the Orlando attack, it’s easy to ask “How competent would the media make President Bush […]
By Kevin Mooney ~ House Republicans are pressing efforts to safeguard the First Amendment rights of scientific skeptics who dissent from what they consider the Obama administration’s alarmist position on climate change, according to letters to 17 state attorneys general. The series of letters, sent Friday and signed by 19 of the 22 Republican members […]
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