Election 2016: Hillary Clinton: I need to ‘work on’ press relations
Disgusting: NEW YORK — New York City college students who share a community room named for an escaped cop killer proclaimed their love for the fugitive Tuesday. Members of seven campus groups at the City College of New York commended the school for allowing them to work in the name of domestic “terrorist” Assata Shakur, […]
… then why does the far left continue to report fake incidents of so-called ‘hate crimes’? One such instance can be read about at Stop The ACLU, where jonjayray links up to a news report about a gay Boise State University student who has admitted that he fabricated a report about an alleged ‘hate crime’ […]
Don’t believe the media hype about how this possible 2008 presidential contender is supposedly a ‘mainstream’ (read: middle of the road) candidate. He’s not. Ian Bishop at the NY Post has the details not only on a “questionable” 2005 land deal involving the Senator and a shady political fund-raiser, but on his very liberal voting […]
Last night I, along with fellow NC blogger John Hawkins from Right Wing News, was interviewed by GOP USA-NJ’s Michael Illions on potential Republican contenders for the 2008 presidential race. You can listen to the interview here. Related: In the interview, you’ll notice that John and I both had decidedly negative opinions on Senator John […]
Via Audrey Hudson at the Washington Times: A group of Muslim imams is seeking an out-of-court settlement with US Airways, saying they should not have been removed from a Minnesota-to-Phoenix flight last month and were not behaving suspiciously. Five of the six Islamic religious leaders have retained the Council on American-Islamic Relations for legal representation […]
Bad news for Senator Kerry – on his birthday, no less – via the Boston Globe: WASHINGTON –Senator Edward M. Kennedy Monday dropped his public commitment to support Senator John F. Kerry in a 2008 presidential race, saying that he won’t wait “indefinitely” for Kerry to declare his intentions while the Democratic primary field takes […]
This article about a Navy medic and a Marine platoon coming to the rescue of a sick Iraqi baby is about a week old, but I just rec’d it in email this evening by a reader – the story itself is timeless. Keep the tissues handy.