Hating Jews

July 5th, 2010

By Nancy Morgan Last month, students at a Southern California high school were caught playing a late-night on-campus game of tag called “Beat the Jew.” On the popular social networking site Facebook, a user named Alex Cookson launched an open invitation to an event called “Kill a Jew Day.” It was the fourth time that […]


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Barack Hussein Obama

December 11th, 2008

A Politico report says that President-elect Obama will take the presidential oath at his inauguration using his full name, Barack Hussein Obama.  Wait a minute–according to the culture commandos of the press and Democrats in general, that’s a no-no.  At least, it was during the campaign.  In fact, it was considered such an insult that John McCain felt obliged […]


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Blagojevich and Change

December 10th, 2008

When Rod Blagojevich took office as Illinois’ first Democratic governor in 26 years, in his inaugural address he characterized Illinois government as a “system of corruption that has become too commonplace, too accepted and too entrenched.”  He went on, “You voted for change.  I intend to deliver it.” I’m sure that most of the good citizens of Illinois applauded politely and muttered under […]


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Talking Head vs Governor

December 4th, 2008

Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell made the classic mistake of saying what he meant near an open microphone, referring to Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano:  Janet’s perfect for that job. Because for that job, you have to have no life. Janet has no family. Perfect. She can devote, literally, 19-20 hours a day to it.  Comes CNN’s Campbell […]


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The Duty of Correspondents

November 25th, 2008

I recently came across an editorial policy statement by a major New York City newspaper. It was startling in its emphasis on the duty of war correspondents not to report information that could compromise the operations of troops in the field. It was so at variance with the attitudes of correspondents and editors we see […]


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