Iceberg ahead!

by Hugh Hewitt -- Context is everything. The context for criticism is especially important. President Bush's first full week of vacation will be remembered for a very long time. Tom Daschle had more…

Al Gore enters political rehab

by Hugh Hewitt -- Sunday's Washington Post carried the happy news (for Republicans) that Al Gore "plans to take his first steps back into the political arena later this month." The former more…

Is Bush the 2nd coming of Stanley Baldwin?

by Hugh Hewitt -- Few readers in this century will remember the name of the dominant figure in British politics from the mid-1920s until his retirement in 1937. He is chiefly remembered more…

Selling out higher ed

by Hugh Hewitt -- High school seniors are lined up, waiting for the start of their last lap in the years-long quest to gain admission to the college of their choice. When more…

Banking on Beijing

by Hugh Hewitt -- Life got a lot more complicated for August Busch III, Jack Greenberg and Douglas Daft this past Friday. They are, respectively, the chairmen of Anheuser-Busch, McDonald's, and Coca-Cola. more…

New Media: Sticking it to the old boys

by Hugh Hewitt -- Today, July 10, marks the first anniversary of my radio program. I set two goals a year ago: To be syndicated to 20 markets and to have achieved more…

Questions for Davis

by Hugh Hewitt -- News has reached me on vacation in London that unGovernor Gray Davis has renegotiated his contract with Gore-guys Mark Fabiani and Chris Lehane. As Davis saw his poll more…

San Francisco 'Chronicallywrongicle'

by Hugh Hewitt -- As regular readers of this column know, I host a nationally-syndicated radio show that originates from Los Angeles during the morning drive and is carried in more than more…

Educrats don't touchdown

by Hugh Hewitt -- There are two outrages this week, either of which could support an entire essay on the arrogance of elites. I will postpone until next week the implications of more…

Elite media's slips are showing

by Hugh Hewitt -- The left-tilt of the elite media in this country is no longer much in doubt. Examples of Democratic-cheerleading in the pages of the big newspapers or on CNN more…