9:05 p.m. – CNN’s already helping the Democrats write their post-speech response… 9:12 p.m. – Introduction of Bush, continuing applause. Cindy Sheehan in attendance, but wait, she’s been arrested and removed from the building. Fine. The last thing the crowd needed was another white man in it. 9:20 p.m. – Bush mentions Syria, Zimbabwe, North […]

Suck it, Kennedy — filibuster this, Mr. Heinz-Kerry.

Last night, flipping through the 300 channels (301 on days I unblock CBS), I ran across the beginning of “Flight 93” on A & E. At first, I cringed. I didn’t know what to expect. In previous weeks, I’d heard that a TV network was producing a movie about the plane that was taken down […]

Last night, flipping through the 300 channels (301 on days I unblock CBS), I ran across the beginning of “Flight 93” on A & E. At first, I cringed. I didn’t know what to expect. In previous weeks, I’d heard that a TV network was producing a movie about the plane that was taken down […]

Cindy Sheehan, war protester, and… Senator? Sheehan, in Venezuela to attend some socialist/communist conference or other, has said that she will return to Yasgur’s Farm south, formerly Crawford, Texas and that she is also considering opposing Democrat California Senator Dianne Feinstein. Once in Crawford, she will to continue the peace vigil and folk festival near […]

Well, it’s Monday, which means it’s time for yet another column over at WorldNetDaily. This week’s topic revolves around a subject that’s been discussed here at the blog for a few days, and that topic is Jimmy Carter. Jimmy has been traveling the world offering hug therapy seminars for dictators and despots, hoping to infuse […]

Well, it’s Monday, which means it’s time for yet another column over at WorldNetDaily. This week’s topic revolves around a subject that’s been discussed here at the blog for a few days, and that topic is Jimmy Carter. Jimmy has been traveling the world offering hug therapy seminars for dictators and despots, hoping to infuse […]

Former Nightline anchor Ted Koeppel has written his first regular column for the New York Times. For those who don’t want to actually pay for it, here’s a good synopsis. What it boils down to is this: continued mainstream media refusal to open their eyes and see the light of why the likes of FOX […]

Former Nightline anchor Ted Koeppel has written his first regular column for the New York Times. For those who don’t want to actually pay for it, here’s a good synopsis. What it boils down to is this: continued mainstream media refusal to open their eyes and see the light of why the likes of FOX […]

In Thursday’s “Letters to the editor” section of WorldNetDaily, there was a comment on my column about the 33rd anniversary of Roe v. Wade: I enjoyed Doug Powers’ clear column on abortion, but was struck by the comment that “rare, safe and legal” is almost impossible to argue against. I’m not sure I agree with […]

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