Iva Toguri D’Aquino, known better to those familiar with World War II as the woman who was convicted and later pardoned of being “Tokyo Rose,” died Tuesday at the age of 90. In 1949, she became the seventh person to be convicted of treason in American history. Here’s her mugshot: Doubts about her possible role […]

Iva Toguri D’Aquino, known better to those familiar with World War II as the woman who was convicted and later pardoned of being “Tokyo Rose,” died Tuesday at the age of 90. In 1949, she became the seventh person to be convicted of treason in American history. Here’s her mugshot: Doubts about her possible role […]

That’s right, a former member of the Clinton administration got something absolutely right. Sure, this is as rare as Paris Hilton successfully completing a New York Times crossword puzzle, but it happens on few and far between occasions. Kirsten Powers, no relation as far as I know, served as deputy assistant U.S. Trade Representative for public affairs under Bill Clinton — […]

There’s yet another doomsday warning out concerning human created global warming. I’m no scientist, but this latest panic report contains an assumption that doesn’t seem to make sense. Here’s how the story begins: The planet’s temperature has climbed to levels not seen in thousands of years, warming that has begun to affect plants and animals, researchers report […]

There’s yet another doomsday warning out concerning human created global warming. I’m no scientist, but this latest panic report contains an assumption that doesn’t seem to make sense. Here’s how the story begins: The planet’s temperature has climbed to levels not seen in thousands of years, warming that has begun to affect plants and animals, researchers report […]

Not long after Mel Gibson was popped for driving while drunk and had a subsequent bout with highway anti-Semitism, I began to wonder how long it would take for Mel to start to try and shake off the label that some have applied to him as “conservative.” Since the arrest that did indeed at least partially validate […]

Not long after Mel Gibson was popped for driving while drunk and had a subsequent bout with highway anti-Semitism, I began to wonder how long it would take for Mel to start to try and shake off the label that some have applied to him as “conservative.” Since the arrest that did indeed at least partially validate […]

Today’s column at WorldNetDaily revolves around just how hard I laughed when Hugo Chavez came to New York City and called President Bush a “sick man,” an “alcoholic,” “the devil” and many other things. No, that wasn’t the funny part. What was chuckle-inducing was when some of Bush’s harshest and most vicious critics in Congress came to his defense. […]

Today’s column at WorldNetDaily revolves around just how hard I laughed when Hugo Chavez came to New York City and called President Bush a “sick man,” an “alcoholic,” “the devil” and many other things. No, that wasn’t the funny part. What was chuckle-inducing was when some of Bush’s harshest and most vicious critics in Congress came to his defense. […]

Berlin mayor Klaus Wowereit is considered a real possibility to become the next Chancellor of Germany. This is making news because Wowereit is openly gay and would become the world’s first homosexual leader. Are we sure of this? I always had doubts about Hitler. I mean, the goose-step? Dead giveaway of a “leader” who is […]

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