Post Archive

January 11, 2011

When it comes to plain old bigotry, no. George Will in today's column quotes Charles Blow's March 26, 2010, column in  the Times. Blow notes that the...

Ed Morrissey at Hot Air summarizes a CBS poll taken to discern Americans’ sentiments on what caused Jared Loughner’s rampage in Tucson. The poll revealed...

As Alana noted this morning, Jeffrey Feltman, the former U.S. ambassador to Lebanon, wrote a devastating letter to the New York Times, expressing his irritation...

Some on the left are still attempting to justify the biased nature of the story line that depicts conservative opinions as being the source of...

Over at the Daily Beast, the suddenly hawkish Peter Beinart is incensed that nobody else has the guts to call Arizona gunman Jared Loughner a...

Quick question: If the media really thinks Sarah Palin's political map with crosshairs encourages political violence, why do they keep showing it? Aren't there more...

Jon Stewart is having none of the heated-rhetoric teaching moment about the Arizona shooting: "We live in a complex ecosystem of influences and motivations and I...

He just can’t help himself. President Obama has apparently dissed Britain once again by declaring that “[w]e don’t have a stronger friend and stronger ally...

Yesterday, I wrote that the recent controversial legislation at the Knesset would likely result in a full-fledged freak-out from the left over Israel’s supposed slide...

Yesterday I quoted a line from a journalist who, in thoroughly politicizing the tragedy of this weekend’s shooting in Tucson, wrote that the "massacre in...

Fox’s Bernard Goldberg, in commenting on the media’s coverage of the Tucson massacre, put it (as usual) very well: “In all my years as a...

Concern is growing over China’s advancing military capabilities. As Secretary of Defense Robert Gates met with civilian leaders in Beijing today, Chinese bloggers and news...