Huma Abedin’s Mother and an Islamist Agenda

Nonie Darwish FrontPage Magazine 7/20/2012

Huma Abedin, Secretary Hillary Clinton’s chief of staff, could be the nicest woman with the greatest character, but that is not the issue nor should it be a reason to prevent [any] inquiry into her family background and connection to the Muslim Brotherhood. Instead of attacking Representative Bachmann for raising […]

Quote of the day

24 August 2010

From an article today by Scott Johnson at Power Line:

…Hoover Institution fellow Thomas Sowell turned 80 earlier this summer. When he turned 75, he observed his birthday with a characteristically thoughtful column that remains timely:

All the dark and ominous times that this country and the world have passed through and […]

Brown not a purist’s conservative, but conservatives need his 41st vote in the Senate

Time out from ‘Stalinism’ Paul Mirengoff Power Line January 15, 2010

Boris Shor, a professor at the University of Chicago, makes what appears to be a persuasive case that Scott Brown, the Republican candidate for the Senate in Massachusetts, is a liberal. Indeed, Shor argues that, objectively speaking, he is more liberal than Dede Scozzafava, […]

Save the Polar Bears!

via Power Line Blog January 10, 2010

Michael Ramirez, on the most entertaining controversy of the moment…:

When Sarkozy mocked Obama, part deux

September 29, 2009 Posted by Scott Power Line

The Wall Street Journal’s reported editorial supplies the story behind Sarkozy’s mockery of President Obama at the United Nations last week:

Both [France and Great Britain] wanted to confront Iran…at the United Nations. Mr. Obama was, after all, chairing a Security Council session devoted to […]

Power Line: Spread the wealth around revisited

August 31, 2009 Posted by Scott, Power Line

When Barack Obama responded to the Ohio plumber who didn’t want his taxes raised that he wanted to “spread the wealth around,” I wanted to tell him to spread his own wealth around. It was in any event a rare moment of candor on the part […]