Barrasso: Scalise 'Doesn't Have a Racist Bone In His Body'
As conservative Republicans turn up the heat on House majority whip Steve Scalise over his 2002 appearance at an event associated with former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke, Wyoming Republican senator John Barrasso Sunday cited an African-American House Democrat’s ...
Gingrich: Obama/Holder Racial Divide a 'Tragic Failure of Leadership'
Former speaker of the House Newt Gingrich called the country’s growing racial divide under President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder a “tragic failure of leadership.”
“There’s a dual requirement here,” CNN personality Gingrich said in an appearance ...
Thune: Keystone Pipeline 'Right Out of the Gate'
Senator John Thune, who is set to take over the Senate Commerce Committee, pledged Sunday to push for construction of the long-delayed Keystone pipeline as soon as the new Republican Senate begins its session.
“We’re going to find out ...
The Sony hack has provided plenty of reasons for Sony to fire Sony Pictures Entertainment co-chairwoman Amy Pascal. She failed to prevent thieves from stealing billions of dollars worth of company property. She approved a dark/edgy Seth Rogen/James ...
The Bogus Case(s) against Uber
Uber apparently reached a new low of depravity during the Sydney hostage crisis, expanding on a unique business model that seems to consist solely of raping its customers and violating the Fourth Amendment rights of journalists to include willfully allowing ...
Magic Turns on Cos: ASPiRE Network Cancels Cosby Programming
One of the two networks still running Bill Cosby reruns — ASPiRE, the channel started by Magic Johnson in 2012 — has finally stopped “monitoring” the media firestorm over multiple assault stories about the popular entertainer. ASPiRE’s schedule no longer lists any ...
Chris Rock Stands Up For Scott Rudin
“Scott Rudin got me to run at a speed I didn’t know I could run,” Chris Rock told Charlie Rose Thursday in effusive comments about the “superproducer” who has become the victim of a witch hunt after North Korean ...
Vermont Governor Race Will Go Down to the Wire
Vermont Republican challenger Scott Milne announced Monday that he will continue his campaign to unseat incumbent governor Peter Shumlin, ignoring calls by Democrats and the state’s establishment media to concede.
As reported by National Review Online recently, Milne, a ...
Rolling Stone Has Not Retracted Its UVA Rape Story
Although Rolling Stone managing editor Will Dana yesterday published a “Note to Our Readers” regarding the magazine’s University of Virginia rape story, the note in no way says what Rolling Stone’s current designation of the story is.
Michael Brown Protesters Have Shut Down More Traffic Than Chris Christie
While New Jersey governor Chris Christie has been apparently cleared by a Democratic investigation of the September 2013 closing of lanes on the George Washington Bridge, America’s white-line nightmare continues.
But, miraculously, the illegal closing of major highways and bridges ...
Body Cameras Would Not Have Settled Eric Garner Dispute
Police body cameras, the proposed reform favored by President Obama, former New York City mayor Rudolph Giuliani and the parents of the late Michael Brown, would almost definitely not have resolved the dispute over police use of force in the ...
Mainstream Media Can't Handle the Genius of Don Lemon
A while back I laid down a prediction in the National Review office that CNN Tonight host Don Lemon is on a journey toward out-of-the-closet conservatism that would see him joining Fox News within six months. I’ve now been ...
Giuliani: Black Complaints About Police Treatment Are Legitimate
A week after saying black violence is the reason for heavy police presence in black communities, former New York mayor Rudolph Giuliani said some black complaints about rough treatment from cops are legitimate.
“I do believe that there is more ...
This Thanksgiving, spare a thought for Robert Griffin III, who at just 24 seems to have reached the end of his career with the Redskins and may be washed up as an NFL quarterback. An impossibly promising rookie, a guy born ...
Mark Whitaker Is Bill Cosby's Last Enabler
To the many women who claim to have been victimized by popular and enduring entertainer Bill Cosby, we can add a male victim: Mark Whitaker, whose fawning biography Bill Cosby: His Life and Times hit bookshelves this season.
At least, ...
Republicans Poised to Clean House On Hollywood Credit Scheme
Larry Hogan, governor-elect of Maryland, has gained an important tool in his upcoming struggle to close a massive hole in the state’s budget: a severely critical report on the state’s film production tax credit. The harsh review by ...
New Gunner Girls Shirt Becomes Bestseller As Non-Scientist Declares Victory Over Actual Scientist
Last week, as all of planet Earth was glaring at a suspiciously glossy photo of Kim Kardashian’s unadorned caboose, the entire population of Comet 67P was forced into a humiliating show trial and confession over a cheesecake Hawaiian shirt. ...
Sympathy for the Philae Lander
Should Americans weaned on tales of NASA’s glory days have taken it as an affront to national pride when European Space Agency director general Jean-Jacques Dordain called the ESA’s space-fu “the best expertise in the world” Wednesday? Should ...
Veterans Day Blast From the Past: Intelligence Report On Nazi Slave Labor
My friend Cosmo Wenman posts a really fascinating Veterans Day document on his Facebook page: a report written by his grandfather in November 1944, detailing his debriefings of Russian slave laborers recently liberated from Nazi work camps around western Europe.
DEMSPLAINING: 11 Rationalizations for Democrats' Election Whupping
It’s a rebuilding year for the Democratic party, probably the first of many, made more bitter because it ends an eight-year period during which talk of permanent Democratic rule did not seem wild.
Resounding defeats on Tuesday in elections ...
Who Was the Democrats' Stealth Winner In Tuesday's Election?
The 2014 midterm election is a gift that keeps on giving, offering both good news in se and derivative good news. Larry Hogan’s stunning election as Maryland governor, for example, not only brought coattails for state legislative offices but accomplished ...
Goodbye, Angry White Men; Hello, 'Self-Loathing Electorate'
Ever since the late ABC anchorman Peter Jennings diagnosed Republican gains in the 1994 midterm elections with the deathless phrase “The voters had a temper tantrum,” every midterm setback for a Democratic president has inspired mainstream media pros to let loose ...
The New York Times' 'Cancel the Midterms' Rant Is a Call for Monarchy
What the hell is going on at Duke University that a professor of public policy, drawing on the hard-won wisdom of a junior, could write a New York Times op-ed piece that lacks even a junior-high civics-class familiarity with the ...
Back to Bach: Lies Do Not Empower Women
The New Yorker’s Alex Ross has become the second journalist — out of more than 50 who, according to Google News, have written about the story in the last week — to treat with even a modicum of skepticism Charles Darwin University ...
Are Horror Movies Liberal Or Conservative?
The best movie advice for this or any Halloween is: Don’t watch Friday the 13th on AMC. Friday the 13th may be hallowed by time and a million sequels, but it is a lousy movie and it gave birth ...
Bogus Bach Theory Gets Media Singing
A musicologist who posits that J.S. Bach’s second wife was a homewrecker who drove his first wife to suicide has become an improbable celebrity to feminists and international media, but his theory is extremely tenuous and has no ...
The Stranger Rides into Your One-Horse Town on the Downeaster Alexa with a Six Pack in His Hand
Nick Paumgarten’s very long profile of Billy Joel is a good piece of journalism, describing the not-unhappy semi-retirement of the prolific singer-songwriter who, the title suggests, scored 33 hits in the Seventies, Eighties and Nineties.
All Billy Joel profiles must ...
If you’ve been wondering what to get for your favorite child this non-denominational Christmas, a Teutonic author of kid lit is here to help.
Kreuzberg-based performance artist and writer Bini Adamczak’s 2004 Kommunismus: Kleine Geschichte, wie endlich alles anders ...
There Is No Ebola 'Hysteria'
‘We can’t give in to hysteria or fear,” President Obama announced in his weekly radio address this weekend, “because that only makes it harder to get people the accurate information they need.”
The least accurate part of the president’...
Who Is Cousin Pookie? White House Won't Say
“You’ve got to get that Cousin Pookie sitting at home on the couch,” President Obama urged Democrats Sunday. “He’s watching football right now instead of being here at the rally. You’ve got to talk to him and ...
George Will Reopens Settled Science on Airborne Ebola
After a week in which official assurances on Ebola transmission have proven false and Republican Kentucky senator Rand Paul, a medical doctor, has been ridiculed for a statement about how the deadly hemorrhagic-fever virus spreads, Fox panelist George F. Will ...
Fauci: Clipboard Guy Should Have Geared Up for 'Public Relations Appearances'
In the midst of a full-Ginsburg tour of Sunday talk shows, Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said the man recently recorded not wearing protective gear while transporting an Ebola patient should have ...
Ted Cruz: Ebola Experts Are Repeating Obama's Talking Points
As CNN’s Candy Crowley furiously argued the Obama administration’s case in the Ebola outbreak, Texas senator Ted Cruz dismissed the expert advice coming from supporters of the federal response to the crisis.
“The doctors who are saying this ...
Kim Jong Un–Style Coronation for California Democrat
A state senator’s lavish self-celebration in a symphony hall this week marked a transitional moment in California’s Democratic stranglehold on power, as organized labor becomes more dominant and more brazen in its control of the party.
Kevin de ...
What the Warner Scandal Reveals About the Democrats
A tiny scandal over the early retirement of a Virginia state senator is blowing up for Democratic senator Mark Warner — not because the case is of national importance (it isn’t) or even because it’s critically important to Virginians (...
Ebola Restaurant Still Getting Five-Star Reviews
NBC medical correspondent Nancy Snyderman’s Ebola quarantine violation last week has made a victim of an unlucky restaurant in Hopewell, New Jersey.
Snyderman, reportedly a resident of nearby Princeton, was spotted Thursday on a takeout trip to Peasant Grill ...
Happy Columbus Day, Because Italian-American Is the Least-Needed Hyphenate
I wrote about Seattle’s Indigenous People’s Day the other day, and if that article wasn’t enough to show that I have no deep thoughts on the issue of bank holidays or the seemingly impossible task of honoring ...
5 Reasons the Gov't Might Lose the AIG Lawsuit
Shameless lawsuits don’t get much more shameless than celebrity lawyer David Boies’s action against the U.S. government over the 2008 financial bailout. On behalf of a major shareholder in AIG, the insurance giant that received $85 billion in taxpayer ...
Stephen Collins Still Can't Get Arrested In Hollywood
The strange case of 7th Heaven dad Stephen Collins reminds this reporter of a joke at the end of Carl Reiner’s 1983 Steve Martin vehicle The Man With Two Brains. Throughout the picture, Vienna has been plagued by the “elevator ...
Bill Clinton Has Become the Democrats' Reagan
A new Wall Street Journal/Annenberg Center poll drives home something you may have already guessed: Bill Clinton is the only American politician people want to listen to.
The 42nd president outscores seven other prominent figures when registered voters are ...
Flaming Eggheads! Nobel-Winning Economist In Dustup Over Loose Lending
A Nobel Prize–winning economist got a smackdown on Thursday after calling for heavier regulation in finance while at the same time conceding he knew little of the role government and quasi-government agencies played in creating the housing bubble of ...
Is the Loeb Classical Library Breeding Nazis?
I must give laudationem to The Weekly Standard, in these times of war and disease and looming elections, for putting the digitization of the Loeb Classical Library on the cover of its print edition.
Susan Kristol’s history of the ...
Iraq State TV's Anti-ISIS Comedy is the Plan 9 from Outer Space of Political Satire
Here’s another piece of information that might have tipped off James Clapper about the Iraqi government’ ability to take on the Islamic State (ISIS or ISIL). This clip from an Iraqi state TV anti-ISIS parody video indicates the American-backed ...
Wife of Kissing Congressman Helps Bail Out Leaking Campaign
Congressman Vance McAllister, the Republican from Louisiana’s Fifth District who was caught soul-kissing a staffer on a leaked surveillance video in April, is getting support from his wife in a new video. But polling in the district suggests that ...
Neil deGrasse Tyson's Text-Burning Followers
Somebody is trying to destroy evidence that celebrity scientist Neil deGrasse Tyson fabricated evidence.
The esteemed director of New York’s Hayden Planetarium and star of the remade Cosmos television show is going through an ion storm of criticism from ...
Senate Candidate on Game of Thrones Endorsement: 'I Don't Even Know Who That Guy Is'
Allen Weh is in an uphill battle against Democratic senator Tom Udall in New Mexico, but he is untroubled by news today that beloved Game of Thrones creator George R. R. Martin is helping Udall’s reelection campaign.
Firing Squad Support Growing: Wyoming Takes Aim
“Through the efforts of anti-death penalty activists, it’s becoming harder to get the drugs necessary for lethal injection,” Wyoming State Senator Bruce Burns (R-Sheridan) tells National Review Online of a Friday decision to propose firing-squad executions in the Equality ...
Jim Baker: Russia (and Iran) Need to Be Part of Long-Term Solution in Middle East
Longtime White House official James Baker, whose service in the Reagan and George H. W. Bush administrations saw a string of foreign-policy successes that stand in marked contrast to the uninterrupted failures of U.S. statecraft since the start of ...
Hayden: Air War Really Is Exactly Like Casual Sex
Former CIA director Michael Hayden explained Sunday his simile comparing an air-only campaign against the Islamic State (also known as ISIS or ISIL) to casual sex, and the close reading made the comparison even more persuasive.
Speaking with Fox News ...
McConnell: Repeal or Take Out Pieces of Obamacare
Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell Sunday called for the new Republican majority to repeal or eliminate key elements of the 2010 Affordable Care Act.
“He obviously doubled down on defending Obamacare; we think it’s a terrible piece of legislation,” McConnell ...
Mia Love: 'Repeal and Replace' Obamacare
Newly elected House member Mia Love said Sunday she is behind Senator Ted Cruz’s plan to “do everything humanly possible to stop Obamacare.”
The Utah Republican said getting rid of the unpopular 2010 Affordable Care Act is part of her ...
The Man Who Saved Vermont from Socialized Medicine
Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin announced Thursday that he is, with great regret, pulling the plug on the state’s plan for a single-payer health care system. “Earlier this week, I made one of the most difficult decisions of my public ...
Duneboggle: Chris Christie Literally Creating Malarial Swamps In New Jersey
In a new development in the war at the shore, one of the more widely ridiculed objections to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s dune-building plan — that dunes cause swamping and prevent drainage — turns out to be less wild than ...
Camille Cosby: Bill Cosby Is 'The Man You Thought You Knew.'
Camille Cosby has released the following statement:
I met my husband, Bill Cosby, in 1963, and we were married in 1964. The man I met, and fell in love with, and whom I continue to love, is the man you all knew ...
Fake Standards In the Sony Hack
While stolen information from the Sony hack continues to fill editorial holes around the country, the theft of a reported 100 terabytes of information by criminals apparently working for the dictator Kim Jong-Un has raised two very important questions.
First, is ...
That Funny Stuff From the Sony Hack Is Stolen Property
Reporters for the New York Times, Time, and other publications refuse to discuss a wave of stories denigrating motion picture stars and producers — all of them based on illegally obtained property of Sony that was hacked and fenced by criminals ...
Town with Chris Christie Dunes Flooded in Typical Jersey Storm
Chris Christie’s plan to impose a wall of artificial dunes on a Jersey Shore town is on shaky legal ground, and a storm that hit the coast this week threw cold water on the New Jersey governor’s scientific ...
Don't Bet against Bill Cosby
Things continue to look grim for Bill Cosby — still more women have emerged to accuse him of sexual assault; his Hollywood-and-Highland star on the Walk of Fame has been repeatedly defaced; and even the U.S. Navy has stripped him ...
Zerlina Maxwell Will Believe Anything
Zerlina Maxwell — a lawyer last seen making the fully commonsense case that if John Cusack is outside your home with the sleeves of his eighties coat rolled up and holding a loud boombox over his head, he is to be ...
War at the Shore: Margate 1, Chris Christie 1/2
The Absecon Island town of Margate won an extension Thursday of its restraining order against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and New Jersey governor Chris Christie’s environmental apparatus. A U.S. district judge in Camden also suggested ...
Without having been convicted of or even charged with any crime, Bill Cosby this autumn became the subject of some of the most intense public vituperation in recent memory. Many tour dates have been called off; his comeback NBC sitcom ...
Rich Lowry Infuriates Panel of Democrats with Advice on Police Encounters
National Review editor Rich Lowry riled up a panel of establishment media talkers Sunday by advising Americans to obey the law and exercise caution with police.
“If you look at the most credible evidence [of Michael Brown's death at the ...
Giuliani on Ferguson Civil Rights Case: 'It's the Same Testimony'
Former New York mayor Rudolph Giuliani Sunday poopoohed the idea of a federal civil rights investigation of former Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson, noting that Attorney General Eric Holder would merely be reviewing evidence that has already been rejected ...
Scott Milne's Green Mountain Showdown
Scott Milne is taking the race for Vermont governor to the bitter end, hoping to unseat a Democratic incumbent with a high national profile — or at least to bring some transparency to an ongoing scandal over the state’s hiring ...
Rev. Al Sharpton: Tax Rebel
Welcome, Reverend Al Sharpton, to a gathering of tax-protest legends that includes Evelyn Gregory, Wesley Snipes, Howard Jarvis, Lauryn Hill, and Tom the Tinker. Some were outlaws, some were lawful. Some gave all, all gave some; but none wanted to ...
Glen A. Larson, creator of The Six Million Dollar Man, Magnum P.I., and many other hit television shows in the pre-internet era, has died at the age of 77. Larson’s rich and deep catalogue has something for everybody, even ...
Jay Rosen on the Phony-Baloney 'GOP Needs to Govern' Assertion
The astute media critic Jay Rosen — who as far as I know is neither a conservative nor a Republican — goes full J. Jonah Jameson on reporters’ lazy assertions that the GOP congressional majority needs to “show it can govern.” Rosen ...
Duneboggle: Chris Christie's Sandstorm against A Shore Town
A South Jersey beach town is fighting back against Governor Chris Christie’s massive project to reshape the Garden State’s beaches — a fight that casts serious doubt on the presidential hopeful’s commitment to conservative principles.
In a referendum ...
Giving the Last Word on the 'Mrs. Bach' Dustup To a Believer
Sally Beamish, the British composer involved in the documentary feature Written By Mrs. Bach, was kind enough to respond to questions National Review Online sent about the film’s theory that key J. S. Bach works were actually written by ...
What's It Like to Lose an Election to a 17-Year-Old Girl?
For West Virginia Delegate Larry D. Kump, the 2014 midterm election brought an additional sting beyond the pain that normally comes with being a man of a certain age. The libertarian-leaning Republican had to watch the person who defeated him in ...
John Wood Jr. Hit Rep. Maxine Waters Harder Than Any Challenger Ever
In her 24-year career in the House of Representatives, Democratic congresswoman Maxine Waters of Los Angeles County has never faced a challenger as tough as John Wood Jr., the young Republican profiled this week by National Review Online. Wood came ...
John Wood's California Dream
John Wood Jr. is spending Election Day campaigning against one of the most unbeatable Democrats in America.
The 27-year-old digital-marketing sales rep, jazz trumpeter, and occasional rapper is facing a 111-to-1 spending disadvantage, a 4-to-1 disadvantage in party registration, and 24 ...
Hero Who Killed Giant Spider Targeted, Threatened by Crazed Arachnophiles
As if it weren’t horrible enough to learn that there is a spider the size of a puppy, we have now reached the point in the movie where a villain with a posh British accent declares, “I’ve always ...
Spring Forward, Fall Back, Kneel to Your Masters
How did you spend the extra hour? The twice-yearly flipflop from standard to “daylight savings” time and back again may not be the most terrible thing the government does. But it is certainly the most irritating, the most unnecessary, the ...
President Carolla's Campaign Without Lies
President Me: The America That’s in My Head
By Adam Carolla (HarperCollins, 275 pp., $26.99)
Adam Carolla, who by his own account neither reads nor writes, has already written his third book, and it serves a higher purpose than the previous ...
In Obama's America, Sushi Costs $16,000
They say inflation is too low. They say the country is not actually run by jackasses who think twenty dollars isn’t a lot of money. They say Republicans are plutocrats. But how’s this for a dinner date?
The Only Ebola Panic Is Being Caused by Doctors and Nurses
Last week American Airlines reported the first actual evidence that the American people are reacting to the largest Ebola outbreak in history: a one-day hiccup in ticket sales, which appears to have been inspired not by the deadly hemorrhagic fever ...
R.I.P., Ben Bradlee, Although a Paper Is Not a 'Public Trust'
As you have no doubt seen, legendary Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee has died at the age of 93. Bradlee, who led the Post’s newsroom from 1965 until 1991, was a towering figure in the history of 20th-century journalism, and his contributions ...
White House in Coverup of Obama's Unpaid Bills
In the midst of a confrontation over censorship between pool reporters and the White House, the Obama administration Monday night disappeared a section of the president’s comments at a fundraiser in Chicago.
“One of the nice things about being ...
Sweet and Sour Krauts: Studies of the Two Germanies
The Boston Globe rounds up comparative studies of how life worked in East and West Germany during their forced 40-year experiment in radically different economic systems. In addition to the clear distinction in financial performance, the division of Germany produced ...
Wasserman Schultz: Democrats 'Have Your Back.' Priebus: Obama Doesn't Even Have Wasserman Schultz's Back
Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D., Fla.) said Sunday that the Democrats will retain control of the Senate, that President Obama’s unpopularity is not a problem for the party, and that voters understand that Democrats “have your back.”
Ted Cruz Slams Obama Plan to Install Attorney General with Voted-Out Senators
Senator Ted Cruz blasted President Obama’s recent decision to install a new attorney general during the lame-duck Senate session between next month’s election and the swearing-in of the new chamber in January.
“Under no circumstances should a partisan ...
Ted Cruz: Neither Obama Ebola Story Makes Sense
Senator Ted Cruz said on Sunday that neither of the Obama administration’s explanations for not banning travel from countries with active and uncontrolled Ebola outbreaks makes sense.
Speaking with Candy Crowley on CNN’s State of the Union, the ...
Washington Post: Vote for Mark Warner Because He'll Raise Your Taxes
Today’s Washington Post endorsement of Democratic Virginia senator Mark Warner is not surprising, but the editorial board’s case against Republican challenger Ed Gillespie is a revealing window on how people think in the city that takes what America ...
Second Duncan Nurse Infected at Texas Hospital
A second caregiver at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital has tested positive for Ebola, marking the second domestic U.S. transmission of the hemorrhagic fever virus that has killed more than 4,400 people in West Africa since April.
CNN reports that the ...
The Crazies: A Movie To Pass the Time While You Have a Nice Cold Pint and Wait for This Whole Ebola Thing to Blow Over
I hesitate to name a single title for the honor of Best Film About Creepy Authority Figures In NBC Suits, because that genre includes classics like Alex Cox’s L.A. punk classic Repo Man and E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial, ...
Indigenous Peoples' Day Is Offensive to Indigenous People
It was either Francis Parkman or Frederick Jackson Turner or the composer of the theme from F Troop who first laid down an essential truth about the American experience: In the end, Paleface and Redskin both turn chicken.
Now the ...
Post: Read Our News Because It's So Dull
Here’s a misty water-colored memory to treasure after the lonesome death of print media is over: the Washington Post’s commuter giveaway bragging about how uninteresting the news is:
“Can you feel the apathy?” Mehxpress asks on the jump ...
Weird Science: CNN Calls Ebola the 'ISIS of Bio-Agents'
One day after a highly self-aggrandizing CNN clip accused Fox News of trafficking in unscientific hysteria over the rash of hemorrhagic fever cases in the United States and Africa, the Most Trusted Name In News terrified its several viewers by ...
Hilarious Outrage From Before Media Knew Virginia Horse-Trade Was a Democratic Scandal [Wayback Edition]
Charlie Cooke has already mourned the bones of Sir Walter Raleigh and Patrick Henry in his great Terry McAuliffe philippic, so I’ll just point out something about the specific scandal that has the gladhanding governor of Virginia in hot ...
Joe Biden: 'Isn’t It a B*tch, That Vice President Thing?'
Vice president of the patriarchy Joe Biden used a common anti-woman epithet to describe the strains of being a second in command during a visit to Harvard University Thursday. The misogynistic slur was treated as a harmless bit of Joe-will-be-Joe ...
Elitists Objectify George Clooney, Deny Him Agency
This headline was the funniest thing to come out of George Clooney’s Venice wedding this week:
Internationally acclaimed barrister Amal Alamuddin marries an actor
This joke has been making the rounds since the famously eligible star announced his engagement; ...
Why Is James Clapper Still Employed?
It’s time for James Clapper to show a little American pride, and resign in disgrace.
That suggestion is made with great respect for the director of national intelligence’s service to his country; Clapper deployed twice to Vietnam as ...
Every American Homeowner Should Be Allowed to Shoot Intruders Dead
Apparently “Thank goodness nobody was hurt” is no longer sufficient as a reaction to public events.
Following the infiltration of the White House this weekend by 42-year-old Omar Gonzalez, Americans are taking sides on a variety of issues ranging from ...
Feds Find No Link Between Chris Christie and Bridge Shutdown, MSNBC Hardest Hit
After a nine-month investigation, the U.S. Department of Justice has found no information indicating New Jersey governor Chris Christie knew of or ordered the closing of lanes onto the George Washington Bridge in 2013.
From NBC 4 New York:
Federal officials ...
RT, the Russian-government-owned news network formerly known as Russia Today can’t change its mind but also won’t change the subject.
The international channel is marking a tragic anniversary from the Great Patriotic War: Operation Market Garden. Seventy years ...
The View's Rosie Perez Suggests Violence Against Sarah Palin
In Monday’s premier of ABC’s rebooted ladies’ talk show The View, co-hostess Rosie Perez asked the show’s designated Republican when she felt the urge to “pop” vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin.
Perez, a star of the late 1980s ...
Klobuchar: Goodell Should Step Down; Vikings Handled Abuse Case Differently Than Ravens
Senator Amy Klobuchar (D., Minnesota) said Sunday that her home team did a better job of handling the Adrian Peterson case than the Baltimore Ravens did in responding to the domestic-violence case against running back Ray Rice. But she repeated ...
McDonough: We Didn't Threaten Families. We Explained the Law.
White House chief of staff Denis McDonough said Sunday the Obama administration only terrified families of kidnapped American citizens in order to make “clear what the law is” regarding trying to ransom the life of a loved one.
McDonough, who ...