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  • Sean Hannity and Michelle Malkin defend 'old-fashioned discipline' in wake of Rutgers coach firing

     
    When discussing the firing of Rutgers basketball coach Mike Rice for physically abusing players (on camera), Sean Hannity and Michelle Malkin of Fox News decided that "old-fashioned discipline" was mostly a good thing....
  • Letters to the editor

    'Limbaugh Challenge' Re “Take the Limbaugh Challenge. I dare you.” Opinion, March 29 I can't tell if Andrew Klavan's piece is serious or satire. If satire, bravo -- it brilliantly captures the reasons why I can't listen to Rush Limbaugh for...
  • Miami Book Fair 2010: Eugene Robinson and Bill Press talk politics as unusual

    Two of the country’s top political commentators will discuss their latest books this week at theMiami Book Fair International at Miami Dade College. Former Washington Post assistant editor and MSNBC contributor Eugene Robinson is supporting his...
  • The party may already be over for Sarah Palin

    The party may already be over for Sarah Palin
    WASHINGTON Sarah Palin, governor of Alaska and Republican "It" girl, can warm up the party base like a hot toddy in a duck blind. But further inside the party organization, the air is a little nippy. What happened? In a word, bungling. Everyone seems to...
  • At best, the Tea Partiy protests were bad political theater.

    Before anyone declares the April 15 Tea Parties the beginning of a major grass-roots movement, the revival of the Republican Party or the harbinger of a new political party, let's call it what it was: A Fox News Love-in. A monkey inviting others to rail...
  • Healthcare Q&A

    With lawmakers home for their August recess, a fierce battle has broken out over what precisely is in the mammoth healthcare bills being pushed by congressional Democrats in Washington. There has been no shortage of misinformation, much of it advanced by...
  • Obama's declining support among whites

    By Peter Wallsten Washington Bureau--After a summer of health care battles and sliding approval ratings for President Obama, the White House is facing a troubling new trend: The voters losing faith in the president are the ones he had worked hardest to...
  • The tired war on Rush Limbaugh

    The tired war on Rush Limbaugh
    Here we go again. Rush Limbaugh is public enemy No. 1. Liberal bloggers and media chin-strokers are aghast at Limbaugh's statement that he hopes Barack Obama fails. Well, given what Obama wants to do, I hope he fails too. Of course I want the...
  • Liberals & Limbaugh

    Liberals  &   Limbaugh
    Last week in these pages, Andrew Klavan, a conservative who writes for the Manhattan Institute's City Journal, addressed himself to liberals, insisting that "whatever you claim, you still haven't listened to Rush Limbaugh." He concluded with a proposal:...
  • Tabb High teacher, coach Joe Levi remembered for his humor and empathy

    Tabb High teacher, coach Joe Levi remembered for his humor and empathy
    Cancer claimed Joe Levi quickly, seven weeks after diagnosis, a cruel swiftness that could have made his death agonizing to so many. To his family. To his colleagues and friends on the faculties of Tabb and Peninsula Catholic high schools. To the...
  • The big media story of midterm elections: Television

    The big media story of midterm elections: Television
    From the Z on TV blog: Because it doesn't fit our online and digital bias, we in the media have not done very good job of reporting what is shaping up to be one of the biggest media stories of these very important midterm elections: television. Yes, let...