He may call himself a "Bernie Goldberg conservative" and a "Juan Williams liberal" but in truth, NBC sportscaster Bob Costas is simply "a damn fool" who "has abused [his] role" on the network's airwaves to trash the constitutional right of "we the people" to keep and bear arms, syndicated radio host Mark Levin argued on his March 10 program. Show More Summary
David Cameron and Angela Merkel held a working dinner last night in Hanover ahead of their visit to a digital trade fair today. Naturally, they discussed Ukraine, and Number 10?s… Continue reading The post Ukraine: Cameron and Merkel continue to focus on ‘de-escalation’ appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Nearly eleven years later, the residual effects of United States military occupation are still being felt in Iraq. Some of the worst effects are felt as a result of Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, who the US hand-picked to control...Show More Summary
Viewers of ABC's morning and evening newscasts on Friday would have been left unaware of President Obama's gaffe of elementary proportions during a White House concert on Thursday evening. Both Good Morning America and World News omitted...Show More Summary
Friday's NBC Nightly News played up the latest dust-up between Senators John McCain and Ted Cruz over the latter's criticism of three of the Republican Party's presidential candidates, including Bob Dole. Brian Williams underlined the...Show More Summary
Should we leave Ukraine to the Russians? On this week’s View from 22 podcast, Matthew Parris debates Anne Applebaum on whether the crisis should concern Britain and whether Vladimir Putin has valid reasons to… Continue reading The post Podcast: Ukraine special, with Matthew Parris, Anne Applebaum and John O’Sullivan appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
http://www.libertarian.co.uk/multimedia/2014-03-04-policevideo-sig.mp3 Sean Gabb, Director of the Libertarian Alliance, speaking on Winchester Live on-Line, on Tuesday the 4th March 2014. The background to this discussion is a proposal, somewhere in the West Country, for the Police to be fitted with body … Continue reading ?
Venezuela has been experiencing threats to democracy for the past ten to fifteen years from aristocrats, people of “extreme old wealth,” whose families had traditionally been in power for many generations. But, in recent history, the...Show More Summary
In which our intrepid correspondent casts some dastardly aspersions on Arizona: America’s Uganda. Now read this:Client Dumps Lobbyist Pushing For NFL Gay Ban (Feb 27, 2014) Jan Brewer Vetoes Anti-Gay Bill (Feb 26, 2014) Anti-Gay Bill Could Cost Arizona The Super Bowl (Feb 26, 2014) Millennials Flee Churches Over Homophobic Policies (Feb 26, 2014) Georgia, […]
Is David Cameron’s new gameplan to look to the northern states for allies? Fraser Nelson is joined on the podcast by Stephen Booth of Open Europe, to discuss the influence that people… Continue reading The post Podcast: Cameron’s Northern Alliance, Christianity and the left, and the end of two-party politics appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
MP3 Audio Investigative reporter Julia Angwin was curious what Google knew about her, so she asked the company for her search data. "It turns out I had been doing about 26,000 Google searches a month... and I was amazed at how revealing...Show More Summary
In which our intrepid correspondent jumps eyes wide shut headfirst onto the shiny awards bandwagon with a great flying leap and sticky squid tentacles to prevent overshooting. Now read this:Will Durst: Fast Track Munchies (Feb 16, 2014) Hoyer: Democrats Positioned To Take Back The House (Feb 10, 2014) Will Durst: Eat Fresh Plastic! (Feb 7, […]
What is intersectionality and why is it ruining feminism? On this week’s View from 22 podcast, Julie Birchill and Paris Lees debate the current state of feminism and whether intersectionality… Continue reading The post Podcast: Julie Burchill vs. Paris Lees, Putin’s plan to rule the world and Cameron’s love for Angela Merkel appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
So you may have heard about the outcry over the #DunnTrial verdict; Dunn was convicted of attempted murder This space reserved for your ad.
In which our intrepid correspondent very trepidaciously enters the smoking zone. Now read this:U.S. Leading Push For Worldwide Marijuana Legalization (Feb 15, 2014) Coulter: Marijuana Is A ‘Legal Retard Pill’ (Feb 13, 2014) Texas Police Take A Bite Out Of McGruff (Feb 9, 2014) How To Smoke Medical Marijuana (Feb 7, 2014) Will Durst: Eat […]
An intensive effort by Israel and its backers has been underway to scuttle an international deal over Iran’s nuclear program. Yet, Israel and its major lobby in the United States, American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), has...Show More Summary
Kyra Phillips heralded Facebook's recent decision to add more than 50 gender categories on Friday's CNN Newsroom. Phillips brought on Rich Ferraro of GLAAD to boost the LGBT activist group's role in the social media website's left-wing change, and tossed softball questions at her guest: "Rich, you actually worked on this project with Facebook. Show More Summary
Almost a year ago I reported on how the case if Teresa Wagner, a Conservative Iowa law professor denied new trial in political discrimination case: The lawsuit by Teresa Wagner against the former Dean of the University of Iowa’s College of
It’s that time of year again, where The Spectator‘s circulation figures are out – and our success continues. In October, I announced that we had more than one million unique visitors… Continue reading The post The Spectator – now read online by 1.3 million appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Did the people of Somerset see the floods coming? On this week’s View from 22 podcast, the Sunday Telegraph’s Christopher Booker discusses why the Environment Agency was so ill prepared… Continue reading The post Podcast: Somerset vs. the Environment Agency, the politics of flooding and being a dirty old man appeared first on Spectator Blogs.