Post Archive

August 14, 2012

The liberals hyperventilating at the thought of Paul Ryan “a heartbeat away from the presidency” seem completely unaware of who’s filling that slot at the...

Liberals have spent most of the year trying to convince Americans that voter ID laws are a false front for racist voter suppression. They argue...

The final slate of speakers at the Republican National Convention is shaping up, and it’s no surprise that Chris Christie and Marco Rubio both scored...

With the heightened focus on the Republican vice presidential candidate, it was only natural that the Democratic incumbent in that office would say something to...

Yesterday, Alana asked a perceptive question about President Obama’s self-image as portrayed in Game Change. I think we have the answer. My favorite thing about...

The Wall Street Journal  hones in on the big assumption in the Tax Policy Center study that’s driven much of the media coverage and Democratic...

Those with wealth have to know media and government scrutiny comes with their money. And if such persons choose to involve themselves in politics, then that scrutiny...

Pauls Toutonghi, Evel Knievel Days (New York: Crown, 2012). 292 pages. “Evel Knievel Days” is the name of a summer festival held every year in Butte,...

Mary Katharine Ham catches several media distortions about Paul Ryan yesterday, including the misleading claim that Ryan voted to ban abortions, even in cases of...

When organizers of the 30th Olympic Games in London—the most politically correct in history—decided that “Imagine,” the late John Lennon paean to world peace should...

Liberals are catching their breath after spending the first few days after Mitt Romney’s announcement of his vice presidential choice huffing and puffing about how...