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Emmett Tyrrell - Thu Apr 18

When asked on left-leaning MSNBC why President Barack Obama refrained from describing the Boston bombings as a "terrorist attack" David Axelrod, Obama's longtime political advisor, readily saw a political opportunity. ... more

Elisabeth Meinecke - Wed Apr 17

John Ransom - Wed Apr 17

Police are looking for a man who was described as dark-skinned and who was wearing a backpack in the vicinity just minutes before the explosions. Yep; It's probably some white guy with a Budweiser cap and a John Deere belt buckle that's responsible for the explosions in Boston. ... more

Austin Bay - Wed Apr 17

I have no idea who committed the terror attack in Boston and for what onerous reason. However, I do know that the technological and political dynamics extant in this week's massacre afflicted the late 19th century and that for some 140 years, the world has yet to balance the benefits and threats of mobility and miniaturization. ... more

Ben Shapiro - Wed Apr 17

In the aftermath of the murderous terrorist attacks on the Boston Marathon this week, commentators across the landscape have rightly praised the heroic first responders and police, the civilians who ran to help and the civilians who ran to give blood. ... more

Kevin Glass - Tue Apr 16

John Hawkins - Tue Apr 16

While bombings are not a common occurrence in America, there have been more of them than most people realize. ... more

Washington, D.C. - Tue Apr 16

President Obama holds a press conference following the aftermath of the Patriot's Day tragedy. ... more

Boston - Mon Apr 15

Two separate explosions went off during the Boston Marathon, injuring multiple bystanders and athletes. ... more

Boston - Mon Apr 15

Two separate explosions went off during the Boston Marathon, injuring multiple bystanders and athletes. ... more



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