The government wants to study ‘social pollution’ on Twitter

Ajit Pai Opinion The Washington Post 10/17/2014

If you take to Twitter to express your views on a hot-button issue, does the government have an interest in deciding whether you are spreading “misinformation’’? If you tweet your support for a candidate in the November elections, should taxpayer money be used to monitor your speech […]

Woman Who Claims She Isn’t Running for President Says Islamic State isn’t Islamic

Daniel Greenfield FrontPage Magazine 10/9/2014

…“We took decisive action against the threat of violent extremism,” Clinton said of her four years as America’s top diplomat…

…The former first lady also refused to call the group by the name it calls itself: the Islamic State.

“Whether you call them ISIS or ISIL, I refuse to call […]

On Iraq, It Is Amazing What This White House Does Not Know

Obama’s foreign policy team was caught totally clueless about the insurgency in Iraq.

Walter Russell Mead Time 6/12/2014

There is a big harvest of bad news from the country formerly known as Iraq this June 12. The country’s armed forces have collapsed in the north and ISIS fighters are streaming south from Mosul. A vicious […]

A Selfie-Taking, Hashtagging Teenage Administration

The Obama crowd too often responds to critics and to world affairs like self-absorbed adolescents.

Eliot A. Cohen Opinion The Wall Street Journal 5/12/2014

…Often, members of the Obama administration speak and, worse, think and act, like a bunch of teenagers. When officials roll their eyes at Vladimir Putin’s seizure of Crimea with the line […]

Obama To 23 Million Struggling Americans: ‘The Private Sector Is Doing Fine’

GOPICYMI YouTube 6/8/2012

Romney: “Is he really that out of touch?”

It didn’t take long for Mitt Romney to hit the hanging curve Barack Obama threw earlier today in his press conference. Speaking in Iowa, a key swing state in the election, Romney asked whether any American President has been more out of […]