One nation is a belligerent nuclear state, while the other has used rape as a weapon of war.
Surprise, surprise. New York Magazine publishes a glowing feature on Hillary Clinton.
Even though Hillary Clinton has nothing to do with this Anthony Weiner scandal, it seems that her reputation precedes her. It appears that Mrs. Clinton does not like the connection that everyone is drawing between her husband and Anthony Weiner and also between Huma and herself.
The ship that is Anthony Weiner’s campaign is slowly sinking, not only due to the latest sexting scandal.
Weiner is quoted as saying that sending lewd messages to women online was “a terrible mistake that I unfortunately returned to during a rough time in our marriage.” Really? There was a “rough time” in his marriage after his first bout of extramarital sexting? Shocker.
A magician typically succeeds when the attention of the audience is diverted from his main activity onto some distraction. President Obama has raised this sort of deflection into a political art form.
Anderson Cooper closed one of five segments of his weeknightly CNN show that he recently devoted to attacking principally Rep. Michele Bachmann with a genuflection towards an iconic newsman, Edward R. Murrow. He deployed against her the gauntlet Murrow threw down to Sen. Joseph McCarthy in March 1954: “The line between investigating and persecuting is a [very] fine one.” If anyone has stepped over that line, however, it is Cooper himself, rather than the Minnesota congresswoman.
Like the ghosts of Shakespeare's Banquo or Dickens' Jacob Marley, the specter of the late commie-hunting congressman from Wisconsin, Joseph McCarthy, will always be with us. It is summoned up today, by some on the left, who use it as a tool to thwart legitimate questions about people and ideologies that seek to destroy America.
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