September 4, 2009
Obama, The Mortal
By Charles Krauthammer
WASHINGTON — What happened to President Obama? His wax wings having melted, he is the man who fell to earth. What happened to bring his popularity down further than that of any new president in polling history save Gerald Ford (post-Nixon pardon)?
The conventional wisdom is that Obama made a [...]
September 4, 2009
Virtually every day during the Iraq War when George Bush was president, the New York Times featured a dead soldier, or many dead soldiers, on its front page. Every day the paper tugged at the heart-strings of Americans at home for their young men and women sent to die by a presidential liar for “no [...]
But they’re on the political left. I wrote yesterday about Glenn Beck’s feature on the violent demonstration by leftists in Pittsburgh (which was covered up by the New York Times and the rest of the left-wing media.) He also reported on the bombing of a radio tower in the State of Washington by the Earth [...]
Climate control debate heats up in the Senate
Wed Sep 30, 2009 8:47pm EDT
By Richard Cowan
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama’s drive to fight global warming got a boost on Wednesday as Democrats in the U.S. Senate unveiled a bill aimed at slashing greenhouse gas emissions in the next four decades.
The plan aims to cut carbon [...]
So the Village Voice has a deceitful response to David Horowitz, who called them out on their smear. Rather than address Horowitz’s critique (that the Voice tried to depict him as a racist), Roy Edroso instead tries to further muddy the waters:
We have Horowitz saying, “Hill is one of a community of black intellectuals promoted well [...]
Sep 30, 7:08 PM EDT
AP source: Obama makes no decisions on Afghan war
By STEVEN R. HURST and LARA JAKES-AP
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama has heard from his top national security officials about their next step forward with Afghanistan but has not made any decisions.
A senior administration official says Obama spent three hours in the [...]
Rep. John Dingell, D-Mich., left, holds up the gavel he used as speaker pro tempore when Medicare passed in 1965, during a news conference on seniors and health care reform with Speaker of the House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of Calif., Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2009, on Capitol Hill in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
Sep 30, 6:26 PM [...]