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Guess the NYTimes couldn't stand to see the Associated Press doing all the water-carrying for Kerry and the Dems. Here's the Times' contribution to the save-Kerry's-backside campaign available tonight on the Times website. The headline? Nope, not "Kerry scorns troops, Bush defends military." This: You have to read 15 paragraphs down into the story before... Read More
Here's your Halloween grab bag for the night (scroll for updates): Reader Daniel K. digs up and sends along his 2004 Halloween Kerry Pshop--still handy two years later: The left side of the blogosphere is not happy with Lurch, reports Dean Barnett. The Associated (w/t) Press continues to carry the Democrats' water tonight: Greyhawk at... Read More
Video: Aren't you glad he is our president? Now, I'm taking the kids trick or treating.
Take a tour with me. My costume this year: Elvira, Mistress of the Dark.
He never, ever does. It's a life-long congenital condition. Here's the full transcript.
***update: Kerry to speak at 2pm press conference...I expect nothing less than full-throated indignance, condescension, and blame avoidance...great news for the GOP...see, what did I tell ya: Kerry: "I apologize to no one for my criticisms of President Bush..." ***update: American Legion asks for apology: The National Commander of The American Legion called on Sen.... Read More
***12:30pm update.***Kerry adviser admits to National Journal's Hotline that Kerry's smear came out "mangled." McCain to repeat demand for apology on camera at 1pm. Here's Kerry's non-apology: Digging in, blaming conservatives, condescending as ever. 11:57am update. Drudge: McCain calls on Kerry to apologize. Well now that their favorite maaaverick has spoken, I guess the MSM... Read More
Feedback continues to pour in this morning: *** Michelle, I can't tell you how much this kind of thing ticks me off. So I just relate my daughter's story, because I know she wouldn't.
***10/31 7:35am updated with more reax below... ...909am update San Gabriel Valley Tribune/Pasadena Star News reports on the Angelides campaign event at Pasadena City College where Kerry trashed the troops..."Kerry then told the students that if they were able to navigate the education system, they could get comfortable jobs - "If you don't, you get... Read More
Bush Derangement Syndrome fizzles in movie theaters: The provocative film "Death of a President," which imagines the assassination of George W. Bush, bombed at the North American box office with a meager $282,000 grossed from 143 theaters in its first weekend. The pseudo-documentary played at 91 U.S. theaters and 52 Canadian cinemas during its first... Read More
Headline: France prepares new anti-riot law Only now they propose passing "anti-riot" and "anti-vandalism" laws? Quelle stupide.
I tuned in to CNN to watch conservative blogbabe Mary Katharine Ham debut on Larry King Live, but it's been stuck on this for nearly half an hour: Similar glitch on CNN Headline News, which has been stuck on this for the last 15-20 minutes: Santorum's opponent, Bob Casey, is going to demand equal freeze... Read More
Been meaning to get to this all day: It's about time... Zawahiri was the target. Andy Cochran has more on how the attack explodes the Madrassas-Don't-Train-Terrorists Myth. Smart GOP candidates will press their opponents: Do you support the effort to root out jihadists from these madrassa terror sanctuaries or not? Will
My nominee: Bill Maher as Steve Irwin.
They imagine racism where there is none, and then think nothing of employing blatant racist imagery to attack those who aren't liberal enough for them: As I noted in my column last week, there are no grown-ups on the other side of the aisle. Flashback: Netroots vs. Rightroots: left-wingers love blackface Flashback: The vile bile... Read More
Silly season: Sound Politics has more. Be careful out there!
...without tearing each other's throats apart: here's part of my conversation with an old lefty college friend, Bill Scher of Liberal Oasis. Extremely misguided and dead wrong on so many issues, but one of the nicest people I met at Oberlin. Sometimes, especially now, it's good to remind ourselves that we can disagree vehemently over... Read More
Melanie Phillips looks at global warming hysteria and "airconomics" across the pond.
Mainstream newspapers continue to bleed: And on and on. Only one major metro newspaper bucked the trend--Rupert Murdoch's NYPost: The Post
Michael J. Fox has gotten all of the attention, but the entertainment industry is trying to sway the elections in many other ways on the ground and on the airwaves. Eco-activist Robert Redford is pushing Prop. 87 in California--a $4 billion oil tax increase in the name of environmental do-goodism. The initiative is funded by... Read More
This is Capt. Robert M. Secher of the 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, 3rd Marine Expeditionary Force. He was killed by a sniper on Oct. 8 in Iraq while conducting combat operations against enemy forces in Anbar Province. Capt. Secher was 33. These are his e-mails to family and friends leading up... Read More
One year later: France is still burning The "youths" in France--mostly young African and Arab Muslim immigrant men--are at it again: David Orland has much more. No Pasaran is in the eye of the firestorm with wall-to-wall coverage--and a link to
The College of William and Mary has decided to make its famous campus chapel less "faith specific" and more "welcoming" by getting rid of the cross on its altar. Administrators huff that they're not tossing the cross aside--just putting it away when necessary to prevent students from being offended: In an e-mail to the college... Read More
Just in time for Halloween, Fidel Castro makes a TV appearance: Val Prieto takes a closer look at that ADIDAS track suit.
The Associated (with terrorists) Press reported yesterday on a lobbying campaign to free its Iraqi-based photographer Bilal Hussein, who has been in U.S. military detention since April (a fact first reported not by the A(w/t)P, but here on this blog). Who is spearheading the Free Bilal lobbying campaign? Yup, the A(w/t)P: The U.S. military's indefinite... Read More
Christopher Soghoian, a PhD student in the School of Informatics at Indiana University Bloomington, created a fake boarding pass generator to expose flaws in airport security. A reader sent this link to the generator, but it looks like it has been taken down. Looks like he could be in big trouble for blowing the whistle.... Read More
Jerry Taylor: Targeted on a Tucson golf range Lee Malvo, one of the convicted Beltway-area snipers, has confessed to another murder: Convicted Washington-area sniper Lee Boyd Malvo confessed to police that he and cohort John Allen Muhammad were responsible for the 2002 killing of a 60-year-old man on a Tucson golf course, Tucson authorities said... Read More
***see updates...Ed Morrissey comes forward with details about how the Allen campaign approached him to disseminate the Webb novel passages. He declined...*** I'll be on FNC's Big Story with John Gibson, 5pm Eastern, to talk about dirty politics and blabbermouths. Update: Here's the vid. I believe I garbled "ends" and "means," but you get what... Read More
Find out whose "wickedness" Mark Steyn is talking about in part two of my interview with him on Hot Air TV. Yes, we talked about sex in part one. But nothing smutty. Just real issues. Remember them? Update: Apropos of our discussion about the need for feminists rising up to challenge Islam, that Australian imam... Read More
Don Murphy is the producer of Natural Born Killers, Apt Pupil, Double Dragon, and The Transformers movie. He was the former business partner of unhinged, trash-talking, blackface-endorsing left-wing blogger, Jane Hamsher. These people can't express themselves without sinking into the gutter. Here's Murphy's response to pro-life actors Patricia Heaton and Jim Cavaziel, posted on his... Read More
***bumping back to the top...Webb responds...AUDIO....*** Remember how pathetic it was when the Left tried to make scandals out of books written by Lynne Cheney and Scooter Libby? Cheney wrote a pulpy novel, "Sisters," about a frontier woman that included graphic sexual passages and lesbian lovers. (A conservative-bashing site reprinted excerpts here.) Libby wrote a... Read More
Coming to Berlin The Mozart opera cancelled in Berlin because of fear that Muslims would react violently to an added scene that included the decapitated head of Mohammed (along with the heads of other religious figures) is headed to the stage. BBC reports: Don't worry, though. There will be something new for the Religion of... Read More
NBC's Baghdad reporter, Richard Engel, declares: "I think war should be illegal...I'm basically a pacifist." *** In other news, a BBC reporter embeds with the Taliban. Well, it's not really news, is it?
The NYTimes spotlights moonbats who have nothing better to do with their time. Like Bryan said last week: Let's not find out, ok? *** Other stupid, left-wing Google bomb campaigns: Google bombing "The Path to 9/11" Google bombing Bush and "miserable failure" Google bombing Rick Santorum
The stalwart Robert Spencer, author of yet another best-selling book the MSM doesn't want to talk about, reports on continued death threats against Afghanistan apostate Abdul Rahman. Watch and learn. Meanwhile, the Jyllands Posten has prevailed in a Danish court, which dismissed a lawsuit by Muslims offended by the paper's publication of cartoons depicting Mohammed,... Read More
***update: Michael J. Fox responds on CBS: he was overmedicated, not acting*** Brian Maloney has a thorough round-up on the Rush Limbaugh vs. Michael J. Fox battle. As expected, the MSM is going bananas over Limbaugh's pointed commentary. Liberal celebrities stride onto the political stage with an imperial sense of entitlement--expecting to fling barbed criticism... Read More
President Bush signed the Secure Fence Act this morning. (Video here.) Efforts to water it down, such as it is, are still underway: Meanwhile, Border Patrol agents are getting thrown in jail for doing the job no one else wants to do except at election time--enforcing the borders for real. Debra Saunders reports: Someone ought... Read More
Well, I guess the Jihadist News Network does have some standards: Now, if the snipers depicted in the movie had been Iraqi terrorists, I suppose it would have been quite a quandary...
Thanks to Michael Barone, whose excellent US blog is a model for dinosaur MSM journalists who are still stuck in the 20th century, you can listen to an hour-long discussion President Bush had with eight conservative columnists. It's a terrific public service to post the entire on-the-record conversation. More mainstream media outlets should do... Read More
Breaking news you won't find on Google's Chinese search engine: A Chinese court on Wednesday jailed a dissident for three years for inciting subversion with an Internet essay praising pro-rights protests in Hong Kong, a human rights group said. Li Jianping was sentenced in Zibo, in the eastern province of Shandong, the Hong Kong-based Information... Read More
NYTimes ombudsman Byron Calame: (Not) looking out for you A few days ago, I asked NYTimes public editor Byron Calame to explain exactly what he meant when he complained about the Bush administration's "vicious criticism" of the newspaper's reckless decision to expose a top-secret terrorist banking data surveillance program. I received a response this afternoon.... Read More
Analysis and news coverage here.
Mary Katharine Ham says "Boo!"
Don't measure your drapes yet, lady A few weeks ago, while blogging on the road (always a somewhat risky thing to do), I glibly mentioned the possibility of sitting at home for the midterms over heated disagreement with the Bush administration on immigration. Many grass-roots conservatives have grievances with how the White House has handled... Read More
Bryan Preston digs deeper in an interview today with author Paul Kengor about that reported translated memo from the KGB archives, dated May 14, 1983, that describes an offer made to the KGB on behalf of Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D-MA) by former Senator John Tunney (D-CA), a fellow Democrat and close friend of Kennedy’s.... Read More
Unhinged A follow-up on my continuing series tracking Peace Activists Gone Wild:
Coming up in 15 minutes. Allah will have vid at Hot Air and I'll have more to say after it starts. Stay tuned. Rich Lowry thinks Bush will "help himself" with this appearance. Will it help Republicans? John McIntyre examines: "How Bad Will Iraq Hurt the GOP?" *** 10:36am. "As the enemy shifts tactics, we... Read More
Paul Greenberg has a hilarious syndicated column out today about Paul Krugman's ridiculous record of prognostication: Can Krugman work his magic on the midterms? Greenberg wryly concludes: Cr
Charles at LGF sends word that left-leaning Google has now registered a political action committee. The Guardian writes: As noted last year: More on the Google/ alliance from the WSJ here. Remember the Google corporate motto? "Don't be evil:" Our informal corporate motto is "Don't be evil." We Googlers generally relate those words to the... Read More
A soldier and his family in need Dave Logan writes that a milblogger who served in Afghanistan, SPC Reid Stanley, needs help: For those of you who haven't seen or heard about SC EAGLE: SC's a milblogger stationed overseas with his family. Originally, Afghanistan, now Germany. He has a wife, Ellicia, and 3 little ones.... Read More