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Ashley Herzog is the Ohio University student whose photos were filched by some unknown hate-monger--still unidentified, still out there--who created a fake Flickr site with Photoshopped images of me. Those images were falsely publicized last week by UNC School of Law professor Eric Muller as authentic, and then picked up and broadcast widely by the... Read More
Every weekday morning, after I get my kids dressed and fed and off and running for the day, I sit down in my home office to blog, write columns, manage Hot Air, and juggle duties as a Fox News contributor. I can't wait to see what's happening in the world, what tips readers have sent,... Read More
***updated: tracking the source of the bogus Flickr photos...Wonkette editors demonstrate further malice...*** ***update 9/30 6:25pm...I have just heard from the student whose pictures were stolen from Webshots by the creator of the bogus Flickr site. She is Ashley Herzog of Ohio University (not Oberlin, my alma mater, as the bogus Flickr site creator misled... Read More
I have blogged before about the obsessed UNC professor Eric Muller. He and his friends at Wonkette have sunk to a new low (Guess insulting me with ping-pong ball jokes wasn't enough). As a response to my column this week on Charlotte Church, they post a picture of a woman in a bikini that they... Read More
Law professor Eric Muller's critiques of my book, which began reasonably enough in early August, have degenerated into irrationality. Muller's descent began shortly after I pointed out copious factual errors and mischaracterizations in his posts--errors that remain uncorrected and unacknowledged to this day. A few days later, Muller signed the hysterical letter by the newly-formed... Read More
The history curriculum in Bainbridge Island's middle school dealing with the so-called Japanese-American internment has come under fire, according to this article in the Bremerton Sun. An excerpt: A special social studies program for Sakai Intermediate School sixth-graders called "Leaving Our Island" is missing context and rises to the level of "propaganda," some parents say.... Read More
Blogger Eric Muller, believes it's time to start "winding the back-and-forth down." This desire is apparently shared by his co-critic, author Greg Robinson. I can see why. In yesterday's post, I pointed out that Robinson had failed to correct more than a half-dozen factual errors that I called to his attention in my Aug. 6... Read More
Today at 10am, I'll be discussing my book on Philadelphia's public radio station, WHYY. UNC law professor and blogger Eric Muller of Is That Legal? will take up the debate. More info here. Listen live here.
For those who are interested, I have uploaded a follow-up response to professors Eric Muller and Greg Robinson, two principal critics of my new book. You can read the whole thing here. Part I of my response to Muller and Robinson, posted a few weeks ago, is here. I appreciate the extensive effort that these... Read More
Later today, I'll be appearing on the Northern Alliance Radio Network at 2 pm eastern time. The interview will air live on the Net. I'm scheduled to debate law professor/blogger Eric Muller twice next week: on Wednesday August 25th at 10 am eastern on WHYY "Radio Times" with Marty Moss-Coane and on Thursday the 26th... Read More
A lot of buzz about the book this week. Tom Ikeda and Scott Oki attack it in a Seattle P-I op-ed. Like Greg Robinson, they say none of the information in my book is new, which is untrue. They cite the conclusions of the Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians without addressing any... Read More
New column's up. All (or almost all) of the intervenors in Arthur Jacobs' case were Japanese-American leaders or groups. Jacobs comments, "It is interesting to note that those who we are told fought so hard for justice for members of their ethnicity, fought even harder against a person who was not a member of their... Read More
This afternoon, during the 5 o'clock hour (eastern time), I'll be discussing you-know-what on Sean Hannity's radio show. Tonight, it'll be a double-header with appearances on both Hannity & Colmes and Scarborough Country. I'll wrap up the day with an appearance on Alan Colmes' radio show. Want more? Check out's book review and Q&A.... Read More
It was wet and dreary outside in a typically Pacific Northwest way, but the big crowd at Cedar Park Church in Bothell last night provided a remarkably warm welcome. Thanks to all who came out. The showing from the other side was rather anemic, and contrary to the biased Seattle Times report (and yes, that... Read More
University of North Carolina law professor Eric Muller has been guest-blogging about my new book this week over at The Volokh Conspiracy. He enlisted the aid of his friend and author Greg Robinson in his endeavor. I welcome the debate from the Eric-Greg tag team and others who have actually read the book and are... Read More
Hey, kids. Been up all night (nothing unusual there) at the hospital with my 4-year-old daughter, who hasn't been able to hold anything down for the past 24 hours (water, Coke, jello, Cheezits, pedialyte popsicles...all of which ended up on the family room couch). Seems there's a nasty stomach bug going around. After some IV... Read More
The word is out about my new book, In Defense of Internment: The Case for "Racial Profiling" in World War II and the War on Terror. I've been keeping it under wraps over the past year as I quietly toiled away in the wee hours of the morning, but since Instapundit kindly mentioned receiving the... Read More
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