I had somehow missed the story last week of how Judge Jeanine Pirro was being disowned by Fox News for her comments about sharia law and Rep. Ilhan Omar. Turns out that while I was praising Fox for defending Tucker Carlson from the Outrage Mob, the channel was backstabbing Pirro. Fox News actually pulled Pirro’s
Two columns featured at Real Clear Politics this morning highlight the scary trend in American politics toward shaming and retribution. Victor Davis Hanson, as usual, provides a historical perspective on our human foibles, showing how cultures try to bury their past instead of learn from it. In “Waging War Against the Dead,” Hanson writes that:
The law firm called the Southern Poverty Law Center has been running a racket for decades to harass conservative groups in order to milk millions of dollars from liberals who want to destroy dissent. The mastermind behind this racket is Morris Dees, who enriched himself many times over by promoting fear and hatred against conservatives.
Great news that Tucker Carlson’s show was the highest rated show on cable Tuesday night as he continued to fight back against the Outrage Mob trying to destroy his career. Carlson is probably the smartest guy on cable news — he is certainly the most astute and aware. He loves to have liberals on his
The Republican Party has once again proven itself to be an inadequate ally for President Trump as he does battle with the progressive agenda to destroy the United States of America. Inadequate? Let’s be blunt. The party leadership in Congress is treasonous. Shop on Amazon for EVERYTHING TRUMP How exactly can the Republican controlled Senate
Media Matters is continuing its assault on Fox News host Tucker Carlson, but Carlson is vigorously fighting back, perhaps having learned a lesson from Donald J Trump that you never surrender to vermin or they will eat you alive. As Carlson correctly says, “The left will tolerate no criticism at all” and will try to
The latest attack by Media Matters on Tucker Carlson happily gives me occasion to celebrate a February essay by Jack Cashill on “the death of irreverence.” Cashill’s topic was Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, who at that time looked like he might lose his job over a picture in his 1984 medical school yearbook that depicted