Last Updated:March 26 @ 05:08 pm

    Fox, CNN and MSNBC Agree: We're for Gay Rights

    The “Code of Ethics” of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) says that the media should “avoid conflicts of interest, real or perceived.” But on the issue of homosexual rights, the media, from the left to the right, have taken a side. This includes the Fox News Channel, which many conservat ... Read More

    Does Starbucks Want an Honest Conversation?

    Starbucks is hoping to lead a national conversation about race. According to a video released by founder Howard Schultz, Starbucks baristas are encouraged to scrawl "race together" on coffee cups before placing them in the hands of customers. This hollow bit of moral exhibitionism is supposed to enc ... Read More

    Obama's 'Signature Achievement' Will Be Bypassing the Constitution

    For a guy who's not a fan of certain foreign leaders, Barack Obama sure does place a tremendous amount of trust in the good will of other nations. For legacy-building purposes, for example, the administration trusts that Iran will police its own nuclear ambitions -- or, as John Kerry might put it, w ... Read More

    Petraeus Puts the Icing on Bibi's Iran Cake

    Don't just rely on Benjamin Netanyahu's passionate advice to Congress on his way to reelection that Iran is our archenemy. Now we have the counsel of retired general David Petraeus, who gave a remarkable interview this week to the Washington Post. Petraeus agrees with Netanhayhu: Iran, not ISIS, is ... Read More

    The Charmless Hillary Juggernaut

    Hillary Clinton is not a pleasant human being, by all available evidence. She does not convince; she browbeats. She does not discuss; she lectures. Her laugh issues mechanically from her mouth, resonating with a close-but-not-quite verisimilitude that occupies the space known as the uncanny valley. ... Read More

    How Americans Rate News Networks

    They say that all politics is local, and a new poll suggests that when it comes to trusting their TV news sources, Americans feel the same way. A new Quinnipiac poll provides the nation's opinion about various news networks and the degree to which Americans trust the news content they see and hear. ... Read More

    Obama Takes His Rage to World Stage

    Why is The New York Times lamenting the souring of the personal relationship between President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu instead of assuming Obama will subordinate his personal feelings to America's national interest? Well, probably because they know he won't. He's a man sc ... Read More

    Contempt of Congress by Any Other Name

    Initially I was going to start with the line, “It is stunning to think,” but then I remembered I was opining about the Obama Administration, of which I have come to expect the unexpected, especially when it comes to nefarious doings meant to advance his agenda. To be certain, all of the actions (and ... Read More

    Can the Networks Bury Emailgate?

    On March 10, eight days after The New York Times began the scandal over her private email server, Hillary Clinton assembled the press at the United Nations in New York to offer a typically legalistic and crabby press conference lasting only 21 minutes. The first-blush reaction from the pundits? That ... Read More


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