You are a hero to me, and I read everything I can about you. But I think the “jock-itch” reference is a bit aof an overreaction ["Now Rush Limbaugh calls someone 'jock itch'"]. People say all kinds of adjectives describing something that’s irritating. So, why not jock-itch? It seems so silly to report that. If that’s the worst I’ve ever heard, I would be happy.
I like Rush. He’s not perfect, but he gets to the meat of the problem better than anyone I know. Let’s give Rush a little slack, please.
Betty ... continue reading »
You guys lost me some time ago over the story regarding Navy chaplains not being able to pray in the name of Jesus. You actually printed me refuting Chaplain Klingenshmitt’s claim regarding that, but clearly favored his take.
Well, you have my respect and admiration again! You, and to a lesser extent the Drudge Report, are almost the only news service carrying the multitude of questions over Obama’s eligibility in general and his failure to provide a credible birth certificate in specific.
I just sent an email to Townhall.com criticizing them for twice failing to post a column on this by one of their commentators ... continue reading »
Making news events disappear by the new tactic (at least in the United States) of simply ignoring them is remarkably effective ["Media blackout on Obama eligibility near-total"].
One of my first experiences seeing this firsthand was at the July 4, 2009, tea party rally in the center of Boston. Hundreds of people were on the Commons. But the event was not mentioned on media, even local media. It was made to not exist. When the tea party marched on Washington, Obama ignored the hundreds of thousands of people outside the Capitol, and as I recall, left town and never eve ... continue reading »
Dear Joseph Farah,
I am deeply perplexed. Why are the Black Panthers allowed to put a bounty or “hit” out on a (for now, innocent) man and not be arrested? Can the American people now put bounties and hits on people legally?
I would be very grateful if you could answer this question. I cannot find an answer for this anywhere online or otherwise.
Dear Mr. Farah,
While I am on the opposite side of your political ideology, I must agree with you regarding something: Your characterization of Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson as “race hustlers” is right on the money ["Why racism doesn't make news"]. Any thinkers on “my side” are well aware of that and cognizant of the damage these self-seekers do to our efforts.
I’m not sure just yet why the president got involved, other than the fact it’s an election year. As much as I am a fan of him, I have thought often that he doesn’t have very ... continue reading »
As for those missing records from the National Archives, did anyone from Sheriff Arpaio’s posse check Sandy Berger’s underwear?