Why the Old Media isn't trusted

by Hugh Hewitt -- This past Sunday, the Washington Post ran a front-page story by reporter Michael Powell on a controversy that had split the school board in Dover, Pa. The Board more…

The year of the blogs

by Hugh Hewitt -- Time Magazine names Powerline's trio of lawyer-reporters "bloggers of the year," and the next day the Washington Post announces the purchase of Internet news site "Slate." What's next, more…

Triathletes in cyberspace

by Hugh Hewitt -- And now for something completely different – a column about triathlons. And specifically about Trigeeks. First, some background. This is the desert season for pundits – a stretch more…

Do the math

by Hugh Hewitt -- On Monday, Bill Bennett wrote a great column for RealClearPolitics, which included a kind plug for my website, but which was widely noted in the blogosphere because of more…

3 great choices

by Hugh Hewitt -- It is Christmas time – the season of celebrating Christ's birth and also of gift giving. The best gifts are books, and over at HughHewitt.com, I have assembled more…

Targeting Target for some questions

by Hugh Hewitt -- Last week, Target got some press coverage it didn't want – articles in a variety of newspapers and on "Fox News" about the retailer's decision to exile the more…

Changing of the guard

by Hugh Hewitt -- With the announcement of William Safire's retirement, the New York Times faces an important choice: Will Safire be replaced with a center-right scribbler, or will the Times be more…

First time tragedy, second time farce

by Hugh Hewitt -- It is 1 a.m. in Dallas, and I have been broadcasting since 5:00 p.m., so I will be brief. Although the autopsy may take some time, the disaster more…

Moment of decision

by Hugh Hewitt -- I don't think it is that close, but folks should be working as though it was. The "72 hour" project needs help. Sign up. Make some calls. Drive more…

Bush is looking good!

by Hugh Hewitt -- I have devoted a lot of space and time at my blog to prompting and collecting the responses from hundreds of bloggers to the questions: Why vote for more…