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  • Political figures disavow Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy's racial comments

    Political figures and commentators of all stripes have denounced embattled Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy for making racially charged comments about African-Americans. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., called Bundy a "hateful racist" after the New York Times on Thursday quoted the...

  • Ex-Fox exec denies allegations in sex abuse suit

    HONOLULU (AP) — A former Fox television executive on Tuesday denied allegations that he sexually abused a teen through a sex ring involving underage children. Louise Ann Fernandez, a lawyer for Garth Ancier, said all the allegations made by Michael Egan III in a federal lawsuit filed in...

  • Examiner Editorial: Barack Obama and the politics of lies

    That was quite a victory dance President Obama did Thursday while claiming Obamacare is “working” because eight million people have now supposedly signed up for the health care program. He even indulged in some less-than-subtle mockery of Republicans - and by extension the majority of...

  • Fox News Sunday beats Meet the Press in D.C.; Chris Wallace gets new contract

    Winning matters in TV. Just ask Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace. He has built up the show’s audience since taking the reins in 2003 and last weekend it hit No. 1 in the critical Washington market among the key 25-54 demographic, a huge victory over slumping Meet the Press. And now he has...

  • Poll: Most Americans believe Obama lies on important issues

    Sixty-one percent of respondents in the poll released Thursday said Obama lies at least some of the time on important issues. An additional 20 percent said he lies every now and then.

  • Vermont's Bernie Sanders uses Rush Limbaugh, Fox to push his 2016 run vs. Hillary Clinton

    Independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is using Rush Limbaugh and Fox News to promote his uphill 2016 presidential bid against Hillary Clinton, suggesting that the right is afraid of his progressive efforts to pull the Democrat to the left. In his daily news wrap-up, Sanders notes that...

  • Ted Cruz flashes April Fools' tattoo for Fox and Friends

    Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, flashed a tattoo of Winston Churchill on "Fox and Friends" on Tuesday.

  • Chris Christie: Obama hug did not hurt Mitt Romney in the election

    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie asserted that his "hug" of President Obama right before the 2012 election in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy did not hurt Mitt Romney's chance to win the presidency.

  • Chris Christie: Republicans don't get anywhere complaining about the mainstream media

    Gov. Chris Christie, R-N.J., turned down the opportunity to bash the mainstream media on Friday, when interviewed by Fox News host Megyn Kelly. Kelly pointed out, during a part of the interview aired on Friday, that there was an unprecedented volume of negative media coverage surrounding the...

  • Rep. Mike Rogers decries 'celebrity politicians' in explaining retirement

    Retiring congressman Mike Rogers said Sunday that he was motivated to leave his powerful post as House Intelligence Committee chairman and become a talk show host because of the rising influence of what he described as "celebrity politicians" in national security debates. The Michigan...

  • Examiner Editorial: Chuck Schumer's bill may not help journalists protect sources

    Sen. Chuck Schumer is a fast-talking New York Democrat who is trying to have it both ways on protecting journalists and their sources from government intimidation and prosecution. Schumer said recently he has enough votes to gain Senate passage of his Free Flow of Information Act that would...

  • 24/7 coverage of Malaysian jet doesn't help CNN beat Fox

    CNN’s nonstop coverage of the missing Malaysian jet, which has helped the cable channel’s ratings, wasn’t nearly enough to help it catch Fox News, according to the latest Nielsen Media Research ratings. For the second straight week, Fox dominated the ratings at a time when some expected...



From the Weekly Standard

  • The Closing of the Academic Mind

    From Brandeis on the Atlantic to Azusa on the Pacific, an iron curtain has descended across academia. Behind that line lie all the classrooms of the ancient schools of America. Wesleyan, Brown,...

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  • Why Not an Open Convention?

    When the Republican National Committee adopted a new primary calendar in January, few people fully thought through the impact. Successfully and necessarily fighting the last war, Chairman Reince...

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  • NATO Is Still the Answer

    The continuing Ukraine crisis raises both a critical “what if?” question and a pressing policy issue. What if, in April 2008, the Europeans had not rejected President Bush’s proposal to...

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