Let’s pretend you’re a member of the mainstream media. Let’s also pretend you’re actually objective and willing to do your job to the best of your abilities. Finally, let’s pretend that the White House has declared on a woman who was governor of Alaska, but who’s currently nothing more than a TV commentator and FaceBook [...]
the suffering federal job applicant
The Washington Post doesn’t realize it, but the hype over Obama’s efforts to streamline federal job hiring exemplifies two things. First, the type of bloated propaganda that accompanies every single step Obama takes, and second, how Obama’s focus on job growth always involves expanding the size of government.
In not one, but two articles, the WaPo, provides a freebie ”We’re Hiring!” [...]
Yesterday, Suzanne Venker had a post concerning co-sleeping that may have been well-intentioned, but spends a good deal of its time attacking the wrong target. We don’t disagree that our culture at large is too concerned with being PC, and often too sensitive to children’s self-esteem (see George Will’s excellent article in yesterday’s Washington Post). [...]
A few weeks ago I wrote a post here at NRB on a news item that got very little attention from American readers. It’s well-worth revisiting now. The Obama Administration announced through an anonymous source on or about January 31 that no one in the Bush Administration who was involved with green-lighting the water-boarding of [...]
Despite the leftist ideology revealed in Joseph Stack’s manifesto, shortly after he crashed his plane into the IRS building in Austin, TX, progressive media lept to align him with the Tea Party movement, describing him as right-wing, racist, anti-tax, patriot, or militia. Sensing the danger the average American citizen in the Tea Party movement represents to Democrats in 2010 and 2012, they [...]
“She was black, they were white, and race and sex were in the air.” That’s how a Washington Post columnist described the atmosphere that led to the brutal gang rape of Crystal Mangum by a group of Duke University lacrosse players in 2006. You remember, right? That was the violent, racially motivated hate crime that [...]
A DAILY WRAP-UP OF SOME OF MY FAVORITE BLOG POSTS OF THE DAY
You can debate tax reform after you clean your room!
Calvin Freiburger explores the hubris of youth in his post about the considerable buzz surrounding 14-year-old conservative author Jonathan Krohn, offering a healthy perspective on the ambitious, pubescent teen. A grain of salt…
Brains and [...]