I love Fox News anchorwoman Megyn Kelly, and not just because she’s a delectable piece of eye candy. She is one of the most effective interviewers in television news today, and I suspect that her background as a litigator has a lot to do with it. As a young reporter I once covered a high-profile … Read more Sheriff Dupnik: politicizing mass murder
Thanks to CBS News, MSNBC, the Associated Press, Mark Potok, Paul Krugman, Markos Moulitsas and Jane Fonda — yes, that Jane Fonda — we now know who is responsible for the tragic shooting outside a Safeway in Tucson, Arizona, Saturday. It’s Sarah Palin! With some help from Glenn Beck, the Tea Party, Rush Limbaugh and … Read more Sarah Palin did it!
I don’t agree with Alec Baldwin, the oldest and most liberal of the Baldwin brothers, about much of anything. But there is one opinion we do share: we both love Wegmans. Or, I should say, his mother and I both love Wegmans. Back in May Baldwin told David Letterman that his mother loves Wegmans so … Read more Keep it up, unions!
It’s Christmas morning and my thoughts are on giving. And about who gives and who doesn’t. It might surprise you — though it doesn’t surprise me — to learn that those who are loudest in trumpeting their compassion toward their fellow-man, namely liberals, “progressives”, social democrats or whatever you want to call them, turn out … Read more Where their heart is
Forget what’s in the latest WikiLeaks release of classified documents. I’d like to see the communications between the U.S. and Sweden, the U.K, and Interpol that resulted in Julian Assange, the Australian who runs WikiLeaks, turning himself into British police after being the subject of an international manhunt on “rape” charges. The charge of “rape” … Read more WikiLeaks and the inconvenience of truth — 2