In Times Square last Sunday, an estimated 1,000 people gathered to protest the March 10 hearings before Rep. Peter King's Committee on Homeland Security entitled "The Extent of Radicalization in the American Muslim Community and that Community's Response." The protesters called the hearings a "witch hunt."
<P>Charlie Sheen, at least, has an excuse. But what powerful hallucinogen inhaled by the left induces the mental fantasy that makes them believe: spending nearly a trillion dollars in "stimulus" money "created or saved" 3.5 million jobs?
On March 2, two U.S. airmen were gunned down at an airport Germany. Two other Americans were wounded. The assailant was a radical Muslim. This was a huge story to most Americans, but, naturally, not to our news media.
We all know that Charlie Sheen is one 911 call from the morgue. Denial is a classic symptom of drug addiction. The same is true of America's addiction to debt.
A new ad by the French game manufacturer Ubisoft advertises a new game for the Nintendo Wii suggestively titled "We Dare," describing it as "a sexy, quirky party game."
This week, Charlie Sheen owns network news. No wonder Americans hate the media.
How do you think the media would report a story if a radical Christian cult, such as Westboro Baptist Church, had a group of their idiots patrolling the Florida Keys with AK-47s in Go-Fast boats?
Nobody seems able to stop the Charlie Sheen train. No one can force him to change. And CBS will stop at nothing in its willingness to dote on its superstar.
The major new development is that NOW liberals want to get rid of a dictator in the Middle East! Where were they when we were taking out the guy with the rape rooms?
Actor Charlie Sheen has been all over the news this week in the wake of yet another porn "star" and cocaine bender.
I missed the middle section of Obama's State of the Union address when I took a break to read "War and Peace," but I gather he never got around to what I was hoping he'd say, which is: "What was I thinking?"
The same people who had blamed Sarah Palin for the massacre at the Tucson Safeway and then taunted her for her "silence" were enraged when she responded.
Most theories for why the president came unglued like a papier-mache doll in a steam bath during his press conference this week center on the fact that he can't stand having his liberal bona fides questioned.