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“In a free democratic republic,” former CBS reporter Sharyl Attkisson (left) tweeted a week ago on September 11, “what’s the justification for leaders keeping secret what the elected commander in chief [was doing] on the public’s behalf while Americans were under attack on foreign soil?”
On the opening weekend of the 2014 NFL season, 1696 players suited up for game one. Of these, 1694 are in their twenties and thirties. Based on a survey I did of the AFC South division a few years ago, roughly 1170 of these players are African American.
5 Lies That Have Shaped the Obama Presidency
New York Post -- If past presidents are remembered for their signature achievements, Obama will be remembered for his signature lie: “If you like your health care plan blah, blah, blah.” The reader knows the rest. Although the most consequential of Obama’s lies — it got him reelected — it’s far from his only prevarication.
Force Feeding Islam to the Heartland
As anyone who has spoken honestly about Islam knows, multiculturalism isn’t all that “multi” and relativism isn’t all that relative.
This lesson I learned in an unexpected place, the venerable Chautauqua (sha-TAWK-wa) Institution in Western New York, a physically beautiful summer colony with a strong ecumenical Christian tradition. . .
What Actually Happened in Ferguson
Black-on-White Cop Shooting Tests Media Integrity
Okay, I know, the phrase “media integrity” may strike the reader as an oxymoron like, say, “postal service.” But the Post Office, for all its faults, defies the oxymoron by delivering my mail 99 percent of the time.
How Gov. Nixon 'Besmirched' the Missouri 15
With one eye on the presidency—he’d settle for “vice”—Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon made the rounds of the morning news shows this past Sunday to rationalize his mishandling of the freak show being staged in Ferguson.
Why No Riots for Miriam Carey?
While the media look hard for ways to rationalize the irrational pillaging of greater St. Louis over the shooting death of Michael Brown, they continue to ignore the death in October of African American dental hygienist, Miriam Carey.
Obama Turned 53 - Or Did He?
Barack Obama’s Most Tragic Failure
At an inner city barbecue joint, the reader learned, Obama “met with four White House-chosen Kansas Citians over a half slab of ribs and a Bud Light and discussed how what he does in Washington registers in people’s lives.”
On that same day, about a mile or so away, an event sparked the second lead Star article. As the headline suggests, even the Star editors could not miss the irony, “Nonviolence rally marred by multiple fights.”
Why Putin Ignores Obama on MH17
On Monday, in addressing the shoot down of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 (MH17), President Barack Obama demanded that Russian President Vladimir Putin provide "immediate and full access to the crash site."
Obama then warned Putin that Russia would face additional sanctions if he refused to act. Said Obama, “What exactly are they trying to hide?"
Some truths CNN reveals only accidentally. One such truth Anderson Cooper (left) shared on the night of July 17. In speaking about the shoot down of Malaysian airliner MH 17 earlier that day, Cooper referred back to “July 17, 1996, when TWA Flight 800 was shot down off the coast of Long Island in New York.”
A Government Cover-up Lives - 18 Years Later
Al Francis was intimately involved in the aftermath of that incident. At the time he served as the council chairman and captain representative for the TWA pilots of International Council 024, of the Air Line Pilot’s Association.
How Barack Obama Created the Border Crisis
On Tuesday President Barack Obama urged Congress to cough up $4 billion to deal with the flood of children from Central America—and others from parts unknown--crossing the border into Texas.
Why Congress Must Re-Open the TWA 800 Investigation
On July 2, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) announced that it would not reopen the investigation into the destruction of TWA 800. This was the Boeing 747 that was blown out of the sky ten miles south of the Long Island coast on July 17, 1996, killing all 230 people on board.
The TWA 800 Project, a team of former aviation investigators and scientists, had petitioned the NTSB to examine evidence that pointed towards a likely missile strike on the airline. Not surprisingly, the NTSB, which had invested four years of resources to prove some other theory, any other theory, chose to stick to its original findings that flammable fuel/air vapors somehow caused the explosion.
For Zimmerman No Good Deed Goes Unpunished
George Zimmerman, Media Malpractice, and NBC
Hillary’s “Classist” War on Women
The emergence this past week of a recorded interview from the mid-1980s proves anew that Hillary Clinton has been waging her own personal war on women for decades and that the war is driven by nothing so much as a class-based contempt.
The interview involved a 1975 case in which a man named Thomas Taylor, now dead, was accused of raping a twelve-year old girl. As the head of an Arkansas Legal Aid clinic, Clinton (1975 photo at left) defended Taylor.
How the Left Will Repay the Catholic Church on Immigration
Boston Cardinal Sean O’Malley (left) made the news recently when he compared those of us who think our immigration laws ought to be honored with the anti-Catholic “Know Nothings” of the nineteenth century. In the process, he aligned himself with the forces on the left that are out to destroy the Catholic Church.
Hillary Had A Ghostwriter, But Obama Didn’t?
Why O.J.’s Saga lives and Trayvon’s died
Twenty years ago this week, former football great O. J. Simpson savagely attacked and killed his ex-wife Nicole Brown and her friend Ron Goldman. The double murder and subsequent trial generated a small library of videos and books, the most recent of the latter being Kim Goldman’s, Can't Forgive: My 20-Year Battle with O.J. Simpson. I just finished Goldman’s insightful memoir yesterday. I must have read at least ten other books on the case.
What Dick Morris Knows About Hillary
Yukking her way through this week’s softball interviews on ABC, her path to the Democratic nomination gilded with bull-beep, Hillary Clinton had to marvel at how far she had come since the dark days of 1994 . . .
Ron Brown's Son Learned Nothing
This past week Michael A. Brown (left), former D.C. council member and son of Clinton Commerce Secretary Ron Brown, was sentenced to three-plus years in a federal slammer.
Better known for his connections than his smarts, Brown had earlier pled guilty to taking a $55,000 cash bribe from undercover FBI agents. He had obviously not seen “American Hustle” or watched a single episode of “The Sopranos.”
Boy Interrupted: Where Elliot Rodger's Life Took a Turn
The “Twisted World” of Elliot Rodger
Were I to update my 2007 book, What’s the Matter with California, I would dedicate a chapter to Elliot Rodger (left), the sexually jealous young man who stabbed, shot, and ran over a score of victims, seven of them fatally, in his hate-filled Santa Barbara rampage. . .
How Twitter Empowers Liberal Trolls
Twitter stock is falling as I write, and I know at least one reason why. It is a thoroughly unstable, politically loaded environment and not at all the open-minded marketplace of ideas it pretends to be...
How Michael Sam Became a Hero
After Miami Dolphins safety Don Jones tweeted the one word “horrible” in reaction to newly drafted Michael Sam’s sloppy televised kiss (left) of his boyfriend, the Dolphins ordered Jones to join the nation’s forced march to homosexual normalization...
The First Amendment Also Died at Benghazi
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