Vietnam, Watergate and Rove

OpinionJournal - Featured Article

"Journalists in the 1940s, '50s and early '60s tended to believe they had a duty to buttress Americans' faith in their leaders and their government. Journalists since Vietnam and Watergate have tended to believe that they have a duty to undermine such faith, especially when the wrong party is in office."


RealClearPolitics - Articles - Harry Reid & The End of Liberal Thought

RealClearPolitics - Articles - Harry Reid & The End of Liberal Thought: "One-word put-downs of opponents' ideas and motives were substituted for thoughtful rebuttal. Though liberals regard themselves as intellectual -- their views, after all, are those of nearly all university professors -- liberal thought has almost died. Instead of feeling the need to thoughtfully consider an idea, most liberal minds today work on automatic. One-word reactions to most issues are the liberal norm."

The Decline of the Democrats is almost Complete

A once-great American political party has become a pesthole for socialist radicalism. The whining of its principals, people without princples, is now incessant. Take the so-called "outing" of a CIA employee, for example ...


Kerry. Wrong. Again.

Kerry: ‘I Was Wrong' On Iraq

He voted for a bill before voting against it, because he was "misled".
With analytical and decision-making skills of that caliber, its a good thing he's not POTUS.

MSM. Wrong. Again. (Yawn)

The Gruel is Hot - Grab a Spoon. Leopold Scoops the Blogosphere and MSM on Rove Indictment