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Another Ameripology: Obama sends regrets to UNHRC


published: November 25, 2010


In keeping with his stated intention to improve America's standing in the world, Barack Obama decided that the U.S. would join the United Nations Human Rights Council. According to the rules, each ...

The Fatwa Earth Society: Keeping the greenies in line


published: November 01, 2010


A four-minute promotional film called "No Pressure" by a British environmentalist group called "The 10:10 Foundation" has generated outrage among conservatives and other non-der...

Obama In Orbit: Prez views USA from a distance


published: October 12, 2010


Whenever he's presented with an opportunity to remark upon the War on Terror, President Obama sounds less like the leader of the free world than like a dispassionate literary theoretician. In an i...

Hating Humanity: Is your child the next James Lee?


published: September 17, 2010


News accounts described James Lee, the man who stormed the offices of Discovery Communications, as an isolated extremist, and his online manifesto as rambling and incoherent. Neither of these is tr...

Stem Cell Snake Oil: Dems deceive the disabled


published: September 02, 2010


Wisconsin gubernatorial candidate Tom Barrett wants to delay the finding of a cure for his wheelchair-bound brother-in-law. Does that sound like an outrageous thing to say? Then why is there no out...

O, Really?: Obama invents an Islamic-American past


published: August 21, 2010


In his August 13th remarks observing the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, President Obama told a dining room full of applauding Muslim guests that "Ramadan is a reminder that Islam has always be...

Compact Trash: Nix the National Popular Vote


published: August 05, 2010


From first glance at its website, one could easily mistake the National Popular Vote organization for a collection of Tea Party activists. Between all the quotations from, and images of, the U.S. C...

Beyond Presumptuous: Assuming a BP-Lockerbie link


published: July 19, 2010


Congressional Democrats have scheduled hearings to start on July 29th, on a possible connection between British-based oil giant BP and the release of Lockerbie bomber Abdelbeset Ali Mohmed al-Megra...

Nincompassion: Lockerbie snafu weakens the West


published: July 13, 2010


Critics of the War on Terror claim that our military is "creating more terrorists" by fighting back against them, but the thing that really sustains our enemies is their belief that Weste...

Busybodies, Lazy Minds: Obama declares war on sloth


published: July 01, 2010


Just when you were probably convinced that liberal Democrats didn't believe in property rights, President Obama demonstrates that they do. The catch is that from his perspective, the property is yo...

Weighing Anger: Obama's contrived combustibility


published: June 13, 2010


Like so much of what goes on in politics these days, President Obama's recent campaign of calculated anger calls to mind The Flintstones. In one particular episode, Fred has some Swedish musicians ...

Vacancy On The Court: Liberals need no credentials


published: May 31, 2010


The flimsy resume of Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan has led pundits on both sides of the political aisle to ask whether she will become the next Harriet Miers, referring to the Bush nominee who ...

Megyn A Weak Case: Fox's Kelly defends Ginsburg


published: May 20, 2010


When Bill O'Reilly said, "I don't think Ruth Bader Ginsburg cares a whit about the Constitution," he was only stating the obvious. Maybe that's what made Fox News legal analyst Megyn Kell...

Donkey Schoen: Dems' Nazi charge gives foes ammo


published: May 09, 2010


Lacking any rational explanation for their belief that illegal aliens should be treated as pseudo-citizens, Democrats have resorted to a shallow comparison between Arizona's new immigration law and...

Freeload Riders: EU calls vacations a human rights


published: April 30, 2010


"Give me a ski weekend in the Alps, or give me death!" If Patrick Henry has any descendants in modern-day Europe, they may be saying things like that. At least if they're as daffy and pre...

Insidious Incorporation: No need to "extend" gun rights


published: April 16, 2010


In the case of McDonald v. City of Chicago, the Supreme Court is expected to "incorporate" the Second Amendment, meaning it will take a provision from the U.S. Constitution, and apply it ...

A Choice Example: In defense of killing children


published: March 11, 2010


A Port Charlotte, Florida deputy and a pair of bystanders are now being treated as heroes, for having stopped a woman from drowning her two children in a pond. Well, where do they get off? Nobody ...

Ain't VAT A Shame: A tea party told-you-so on taxes


published: February 24, 2010


During last spring's tea party demonstrations, the liberal media ridiculed the participants for naming their events after history's most famous tax revolt. Reporters wondered aloud whether those il...

Time Bandit: Obama's shifty and cynical ciphering


published: February 10, 2010


Media reports of President Obama's budget projections have called them "optimistic," but that's not quite right. You may remember that Ronald Reagan once described himself as optimistic, ...

Dukes Of Death: Title IX rules ravage Duquesne


published: January 29, 2010


"A strategic restructuring" is what Duquesne University is calling it. What it should be called is a brazenly illegal act of discrimination. Or else, you could simply call it liberalism a...

"O" Is No "W": Presidential critics are worlds apart


published: January 21, 2010


Having spent seven years doing all they could to hinder the War on Terror, liberals are now seeking absolution. Their method is to accuse their conservative counterparts of behaving the same way th...

Red Kennedys: Honoring Commies in JFK's name


published: January 07, 2010


One of the five artists honored at the Kennedy Center last month was Bruce Springsteen, whose signature tune Born in the U.S.A. describes life in America as basically being like hell without the re...

Useless Emitters


published: December 19, 2009


Good news from Copenhagen for all the global warming hypocrites out there. The National Population and Family Planning Commission of China has given them a new way to shrink their "carbon foot...

Eat Your Mush ... or start resisting eco-tyranny


published: December 01, 2009


If you grew up watching The Little Rascals, you probably remember those breakfast table scenes in which one of the grownups would say, "Meat is not good for little boys. Now be quiet and eat y...

Mean Word Things: Rush isn't the drive-bys' only target


published: November 15, 2009


Nobody would expect the liberal media to be remorseful about slandering Rush Limbaugh with racist quotes that were not only fabricated, but utterly implausible. You might think they'd offer an apol...

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Neil Stenberg Chicago Sun-Times10: NEIL STEINBERG
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Liz Sidoti Associated Press9: LIZ SIDOTI
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Howard Fineman Newsweek7: HOWARD FINEMAN


Cynthia Tucker Atlanta Journal-Constitution5: Cynthia Tucker
Atlanta Journal Constitution

Chuck Todd NBC News4: Chuck Todd

Paul Krugman New York Times3: Paul Krugman
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Joe Klein Time Magazine2: Joe Klein
Time Magazine

Helen Thomas UPI / Independent1: Helen Thomas
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Daniel Clark

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Daniel Clark is a writer from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. While earning an M.A. in English at Indiana University of Pennsylvania in the mid-90s, he had weekly opinion and sports columns published in the independent student newspaper. In 1999, he created a web publication called The Shinbone: The Frontier of the Free Press, for which he has written on a wide array of topics, but with a particular emphasis on the need to return to a literal interpretation of the Constitution. He is now a Staff Writer for the New Media Alliance, a non-profit (501c3) national coalition of writers, journalists and grass-roots media outlets.



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