Alan Dershowitz, A recent panel discussion regarding the Trump travel ban was infected by the bigotry of one of the participants. The host, Don Lemon, called on former prosecutor John Flannery to express his views on the decision of a federal judge to stay the order. This was Flannery’s response: “…Here’s Trump saying that we
Mark Davis, Media suspensions have always fascinated me. In four decades of broadcasting, I’ve seen people benched for offenses large and small, and I’ve usually found the suspensions are not so much a sincere reflection of an employer’s genuinely wounded sensibilities, but rather a positioning statement designed to send a message to the general public.
Cal Thomas, “No government ever voluntarily reduces itself in size. Government programs, once launched, never disappear. Actually, a government bureau is the nearest thing to eternal life we’ll ever see on this earth!” — Ronald Reagan President Trump presents his first budget to Congress today (Thursday). It is, as The Washington Post points out, “historic”
Hours after a much-touted MSNBC “scoop” revealed part of President Trump’s 2005 tax returns — and in the process, undermined the left’s speculation that he was a tax dodger — the commander-in-chief fired back Wednesday morning with another volley of barb-laden tweets. Though Trump was set to hit the road for a stop in Detroit
Amid a trove of documents released by WikiLeaks that allegedly contains “the entire hacking capacity of the CIA” is chilling evidence that everyday devices like smart TVs and cell phones have potentially become critical tools in the effort to spy on American citizens. Documents released in the 8,761 document and file dump dubbed “Vault 7
Cal Thomas, Before becoming a newspaper columnist I was a broadcast news reporter for local TV stations and occasionally appeared on the NBC radio and television networks. I have some experience at being on the receiving end of hostilities directed at the media. At a pro-Nixon, pro-Vietnam war rally I covered in the early ’70s,
John Nolte, At a ratio of about 98.7% (spitballing, might be higher), for the sin of being a Christian or supporting Trump and border security, for opposing abortion, or just wanting to live your life with as little government intrusion as possible, whenever you turn on a TV or radio, watch a movie, open a
Hank Berrien, According to a Hollywood Reporter and National Research Group survey, the ratings for the Oscars will vary depending on how much actors focus on politics when they make their speeches. The poll, conducted among 800 people, found two-thirds of Donald Trump supporters have turned off their TV sets because an actor waxed political,