Why is the Associated Press deliberately twisting Gov. Sarah Palin’s words on foreign policy?
For a sense of how badly the Associated Press tried to twist some of Gov. Sarah Palin’s (R-AK) words on foreign policy from this evening’s interview with Charles Gibson, please bear with me through the following example. The police in this country are charged with enforcing laws – if an individual, say, murders one of their fellow men, then the police are expected (required) to | Read More »
This week in “quotes”…
In its never-ending quest to appear “objective” and “unbiased,” the MSM — this time in the form of the AFP — is reprising its popular saddling of the term War on Terror with “quotes” (you know, to make it clear that they‘re not weighing in on whether this actually is, you know, a War on Terror) by referring to the Russian invasion of Georgia in | Read More »
Russia’s history of aiding and abetting the rogue regime in Teheran shows its desire for conflict with the West
Ross Douthat at The Atlantic posits that our current obligations in the War on Terror should at very least cause policymakers and military authorities to think very carefully before wading into the Russo-Georgian conflict in any meaningful way. One side effect of entering into a “proxy war with Russia,” says Douthat, is that we would run the risk of the Bear “mak[ing] things harder for | Read More »