Blogs

  • Trita Parsi – Rebecca Costa

    Trita Parsi – Rebecca Costa

    Trita Parsi is the founder and current president of the National Iranian American Council, professor, and a successful award-winning author. His book Treacherous Alliance won the $200,000 Grawemeyer Award for Ideas Improving World Order in 2010 as well as the Council of Foreign Relations Arthur Ross Award in 2008. Earlier…

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  • Lt. Col. Allen West On Ferguson, POTUS and 2016

    Lt. Col. was my guest in the first hour today, talking Ferguson, President Obama, and 2016: Audio: 11-26hhs-west Transcript: HH: From Dr. Krauthammer, we move to Congressman Allen West, formerly a member of Congress and formerly a football. He's a University of Tennessee fan. I don't believe they're actually, are…

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  • Excusing—and Celebrating—Savagery

    Excusing—and Celebrating—Savagery

    In efforts to explain the savage, senseless butchery of the Jerusalem synagogue massacre, left-leaning commentators referred to “provocation” and a so-called “cycle of violence” involving both sides. Even the president of the United States strained to sound even-handed in the face of a shameless display of Islamist barbarity. “Too many…

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  • Dr. Ben Carson On Ferguson

    Dr. Ben Carson, a likely candidate for the GOP nomination for president in 2016, joined me at the start of my program today. Audio: 11-25hhs-carson Transcript: HH: I am joined by Dr. Ben Carson, www.realbencarson.com is his website. Of course, Dr. Carson can be followed on Twitter, @RealBenCarson. Dr. Carson,…

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  • Mrs. Bennett’s Basic Table Manners

    Mrs. Bennett's Basic Table Manners 1. Napkin in the lap. 2. Drink from the glass or glasses to the right over the knife. 3. Your bread and butter plate and salad plate is to the left over the fork. (The memory trick for this is “BMW”: Bread, Meal, Water.) 4.…

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  • We Have a Moral Divide, Not a Racial One

    As we await protests and riots scheduled for Ferguson, Missouri, and elsewhere if a grand jury in Missouri does not indict the white officer who shot and killed Michael Brown, a black teenager, a little moral clarity is called for. For decades now, we have been told that there is…

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