NBC recently brought to light the Obama Administration's policy of conducting drone attacks on civilians "even if there is no intelligence indicating they are engaged in an active plot to attack the U.S." so long as "an informed, high-level" official thinks they're warranted.
This is apparently ap ... More >>
BREAKING: A lot of the people who write op-ed pieces for the Wall Street Journal are in the tank for Mitt Romney.
That information might not come as a shock to anyone possessed of basic media literacy. But a report released today documents 20 different instances in which the Journal ran columns by ... More >>
Conservative psycho (hottie-cougar: me-yow) Pamela Geller's at it again, this time, trying to show the world how the guy behind the not-at-Ground-Zero-and-not-a-mosque project Park51 is telling everyone how America has "blood on its hands," putting the image in people's heads of a keffiyah-sp ... More >>
This week Time magazine had an interesting feature on the Obama Administration's alleged realization that it needed to strike back at "what the White House believes to be misleading or simply false claims..." You have to wonder what took them so long -- and whether such a counter-attack could pos ... More >>
Apparently somebody thinks promising to close Gitmo and stop torture, making a speech to the Arab world, and in general not being so much of a dick as most recent Presidents deserves the Nobel Peace Prize.
What do we know? Maybe all previous winner Muhammad Yunus' microlending doesn't have ... More >>
The NFL season kicks off, as they say, on Thursday, ushering in a new wave of sports marketing. Local teams are on top of it! The Jets today announce a partnership with High Point Auto Insurance, through which season-ticket holders can get discounts on car insurance.
"As a season ticket hol ... More >>
Obama's nomination of Judge Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court has stirred some interesting debate, but we who follow rightbloggers will forever remember it for the reaction of National Review's immigration expert, Mark Krikorian. It's as distinctive as Roman Hruska's defense of G. Harrold Carsw ... More >>
Let's see what's going on over at the Conservative Political Action Conference, aka CPAC, in D.C. today via the dispatches of citizen journalists and twitterers. Apparently Michigan GOP chair Saul Anuzis just spoke: "'There are two types of people... Democrats and Americans...' LMAO!" Also, Patrick ... More >>