The media and
the unhinged Marine

by Michelle Malkin -- Former Marine Staff Sgt. Jimmy Massey was the liberal media's dream come true: An anti-war Iraq veteran who came forward to publicly lambaste the Bush administration and accuse more…

All the news that's fit to omit

by Michelle Malkin -- When you read the New York Times (if you still bother to read it), always ask: What is the Times not telling me? The answers are invariably more more…

2,000: A bogus number,
a bitter cause

by Michelle Malkin -- The anti-war Left couldn't wait for the death of the 2,000th soldier in Iraq. Peace activists have been gearing up for protests, vigils and other events this week more…

All the news is a stage

by Michelle Malkin -- This is a monumental week in Iraq. On the heels of the country's historic constitutional referendum, the trial of Saddam Hussein for his role in the 1982 massacre more…

Pussyfooting around Islam

by Michelle Malkin -- Oct. 12 marks the fifth anniversary of the bombing of the USS Cole. Seventeen American sailors were murdered in the attack. They were casualties of a war with more…

The coffee-and-donuts defense

by Michelle Malkin -- President Bush tells us that he knows his White House counsel Harriet Miers' heart. I have no doubt that it is a good one. But a good heart more…

The Democrat Party
goes dumpster diving

by Michelle Malkin -- Have you heard about what New York Sen. Charles Schumer's meddling minions tried to do here in my home state of Maryland to embarrass a Republican opponent? Don't more…

Not another homeland security hack

by Michelle Malkin -- My fellow conservatives in Washington refuse to learn two vital homeland security lessons, one from 9-11 and the other from Hurricane Katrina. Lesson No. 1: If you neglect more…

Monumental surrender

by Michelle Malkin -- I am not an architect, but here is my 9-11 architectural philosophy: War memorials should memorialize war. If you want peace and understanding and healing and good will more…

Not another damned commission

by Michelle Malkin -- Dead bodies are still floating all over New Orleans. Hundreds, if not thousands, of children are still searching for their parents. Wiped-out communities are still awaiting water and more…