With the ascension of Rick Perry, Michele Bachmann, Rick Santorum, and other GOP candidates who don't cotton to this evolution or climate change stuff, people have begun to ask if Republicans and conservatives are actually becoming hostile to science. It doesn't help that one of those people is Repu ... More >>
However you're celebrating the birth of America this Fourth of July weekend, we hope you'll spare a thought for those unfortunates whose enjoyment of our hard-won freedoms is cruelly limited.
We refer not to the indigent or the oppressed, but to rightbloggers whose Independence Day essays show tha ... More >>
Day 3 of Press Clips, and we're....here. I think that chewed pencil is going to be our logo. Anyway: Your late Wednesday media column where we pick apart the things we want to pick apart has arrived. Onward:
Politico reported Friday that Washington Times publisher and president Jonathan Slevin would be no more come his contract's end on April 30. Now, they have Slevin's farewell letter, despite the insistence by the Board of Directors (whom Slevin calls "aloof or out of touch," and more) that he ... More >>
Bernard Kerik, former NYPD commissioner and hero of 9/11. will sleep in a cell tonight as the federal judge in his fraud trial, who had previously indicated he was fed up with Kerik's shenanigans, revoked his bail.
Judge Stephen Robinson had blasted Kerik and his lawyers for feeding information ... More >>
As we observe another 9/11 anniversary, rightbloggers identify the real villains of the day: President Obama, and various others of their fellow citizens.
Many continue their assault on the national day of service and remembrance the President called for September 11, despite the involvement of Ga ... More >>