Bin Laden raid stokes anti-Americanism.
One of the things I always marvel at is the lack of knowledge about current events that many journalists have, and how often reporters often don’t read about the things they are talking about. Case in point: The Washington Post’s Express Night Out’s summary of my May 13 post, “Stop Using the Nazi Card.”
In my [...]
Ed Schultz calls some of his political opponents “bastards.” And they didn’t even kill Kenny.
This whole democracy thing just isn’t working out right now, folks. Or so talk radio host Ed Schultz seems to think. Listen to the audio:
So if a candidate you disagree with fails to pass your anti-bastard litmus test, tinker with the [...]
It only took a few days for the Left to come crawling out from under the rubble and blame the U.S. for Haiti’s suffering. Stopping just short of blaming U.S. policies for the actual earthquake, Bill Quigley, in The Huffington Post portrays America as the evil master that holds the life of the poorest countries [...]
For a couple of weeks, Tiger Woods replaced Sarah Palin as the “Number One News Story of the Day” as the object of Keith Olbermann and Lawrence O’Donnell’s scorn on Countdown. They reported the golfer’s scandals with glee usually reserved for hated political opponents’ (Republicans, of course) troubles.
The culmination of these “reports” was the nightly [...]
The goals were narrow, and delivered without regard to America’s moral obligation to Afghanistan. Peter Beinart on Obama’s missed opportunity.The best that can be said about President Obama’s West Point speech is that it was civil. Obama did not accuse opponents of the Afghan surge of appeasement; he did not imply that he has a [...]