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  • Romney and Ryan’s Racial Codes

    09/02/2012 2:54:05 PM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 47 replies
    National Review Online - The Corner ^ | September 2, 2012 | Deroy Murdock
    After GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s rousing and effective convention acceptance speech last night, I found myself snapping my fingers as the GOP convention’s band in Tampa played that old hit, “Living in America.” Suddenly, it dawned on me: Team Romney might be transmitting racial messages. I consulted my copy of the definitive reference on this topic, A Black Man’s Guide to Whitey’s Racial Code, by Jesse Jackson and Kanye West (Sharpton Books, 2010). I flipped past the highly apologetic introduction by Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D., Fla.). Just as I suspected, page 178 confirmed that “Living in America” was...
  • Shots by Murdoch at Romney Play Out to Conservative Core

    07/05/2012 7:38:28 PM PDT · by raulgomez05 · 42 replies
    New York Times ^ | 7-5-12 | JEREMY W. PETERS
    To hear Rupert Murdoch tell it lately, Mitt Romney lacks stomach and heart. He “seems to play everything safe.” And he is not nearly as tough as he needs to be on President Obama. Mr. Murdoch’s thoughts on the Republican presidential candidate’s prospects? “Tough O Chicago pros will be hard to beat unless he drops old friends from the team.” Chances of that? “Doubtful,” he tapped out in a Twitter message from his iPad last weekend. Then, on Thursday, Mr. Murdoch’s flagship newspaper, The Wall Street Journal, published a blistering editorial criticizing Mr. Romney’s campaign, accusing it of being hapless...
  • We are within 1 point - Mourdock surging!--Indiana Senate Race (TPX) [Sarah Palin Endorses]

    04/28/2012 5:09:15 AM PDT · by Syncro · 29 replies
    Tea Party Express ^ | 04/27/2012 | Sal Russo
    Dear Tea Party Supporters,We have received word from the Richard Mourdock for Indiana U.S. Senate campaign that they are within 1 POINT of RINO Sen. Dick Lugar!   Just 3 weeks ago, we were 6 points down in the race so we are surging at just the right time.  . There are only 12 days left until Tea Party Express-endorsed State Treasurer Richard Mourdock faces Obama’s “Favorite” Republican, Senator Dick Lugar, in the Indiana U.S. Senate Primary.  We need your support to make sure that Mourdock continues his surge in the polls.  . Here is our new TV ad that...
  • Indiana Seate GOP PRimary Debate

    04/11/2012 3:49:19 PM PDT · by muawiyah · 6 replies
    C-SPAN ^ | april 11, 2012 | C-span scheduler
    INDIANAPOLIS, IN Wednesday, April 11, 2012 The Republican primary contest between longtime Senator Richard Lugar (R-IN) and challenger, Indiana State Treasurer Richard Murdock (R), continues Wednesday when they meet in Indianapolis for their first debate. Phil Bremen, a retired TV broadcaster, will moderate the discussion which will include questions from voters. The Indiana Primary is May 8th. The winner will face Democratic U.S. Rep. Joe Donnelly in the November general election. The debate is sponsored by Indiana Debate Commission, a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization.
  • Murdoch and Perry Dine at Steak House

    09/20/2011 10:45:44 AM PDT · by winoneforthegipper · 25 replies
    nytimes ^ | 09/20/11 | Jeremy Peters
    As part of his campaign swing through New York this week, Rick Perry is courting key constituencies, including Hispanic and Jewish voters. But on Monday he dined with the one constituent that could prove more influential than any religious or ethnic bloc this election: Rupert Murdoch. The two men shared a meal at The Post House, a steak house just a few blocks from Mr. Murdoch’s Fifth Avenue apartment, said one person with direct knowledge of the meeting. Mr. Murdoch has ties to more than a few actual and potential members of the 2012 Republican presidential field. His Fox News...
  • Murdock: Will the real Romney please stand up?

    06/28/2011 9:43:27 AM PDT · by Signalman · 11 replies · 1+ views
    Ventura County Star ^ | 6/27/2011 | Deroy Murdock
    Republicans recently have watched multiple Mitt Romneys at war with each other over abortion, ethanol, global warming and more. Alas, this is nothing new. Various Romneys have battled themselves on issues as old as the Vietnam War. "I longed in many respects to actually be in Vietnam and be representing our country there and in some ways it was frustrating not to feel like I was there as part of the troops that were fighting in Vietnam," Hawkish Romney said in the June 24, 2007, Boston Globe while running as a conservative for 2008's GOP nomination. But Romney sang a...
  • Who Is Mitt Romney

    06/24/2011 6:29:11 AM PDT · by Servant of the Cross · 17 replies
    National Review ^ | 6/24/2011 | Deroy Murdock
    Republicans recently have watched multiple Romneys at war with each other over abortion, ethanol, global warming, and more. Alas, this is nothing new. Various Romneys have battled themselves on issues as old as the Vietnam War. “I longed in many respects to actually be in Vietnam and be representing our country there and in some ways it was frustrating not to feel like I was there as part of the troops that were fighting in Vietnam,” Hawkish Romney said in the June 24, 2007, Boston Globe while running as a conservative for 2008’s GOP nomination. But Romney sang a softer...
  • Tucson Backfires

    01/17/2011 8:27:29 AM PST · by Servant of the Cross · 23 replies
    National Review ^ | 1/17/2011 | Deroy Murdock
    Perhaps the most surprising thing about the American Left’s effort to transform the January 8 Tucson massacre from a tragic attack into an indictment of the American Right is how easily their charges crumbled. Had the so-called “Paper of Record,” Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and other politicians and pundits let Americans mourn this tragic atrocity over last weekend, enough facts about alleged gunman Jared Lee Loughner might have emerged to dissuade hyperventilating liberals from climbing so far out onto the thin branch that swiftly snapped right under them. “We don’t have proof yet that this was political,” writer Paul...
  • Execute KSM and the 9/11 Killers; Give them what they want

    02/05/2010 8:30:19 AM PST · by Sergeant Tim · 24 replies · 594+ views
    National Review Online ^ | February 5, 2010 | Deroy Murdock
    This fiasco disgusts Americans. A February 1 Rasmussen survey discovered that only 16 percent of likely voters want terrorists to enjoy the same legal rights as U.S. citizens, while 74 percent disagree. Meanwhile, HumanEvents.com (which often posts my columns) has gathered 126,665 signatures on its online petition demanding KSM and company’s ejection from civilian court. “These proceedings will make the O. J. Simpson trial look like a traffic-court hearing,” says Marc Thiessen, author of Courting Disaster: How the CIA Kept America Safe and How Barack Obama Is Inviting the Next Attack , a new bestseller on the Obama administration’s soft-on-terror...
  • Government Medicine Should Horrify Americans

    08/09/2009 11:05:59 AM PDT · by lt.america · 25 replies · 1,006+ views
    Real Clear Politics ^ | Aug 7, 2009 | Deroy Murdock
    Imagine that your two best friends are British and Canadian tobacco addicts. The Brit battles lung cancer. The Canadian endures emphysema and wheezes as he walks around with clanging oxygen canisters. You probably would not think: "Maybe I should pick up smoking." The fact that America is even considering government medicine is equally wacky. The state guides health care for our two closest allies: Great Britain and Canada. Like us, these are prosperous, industrial, Anglophone democracies. Nevertheless, compared to America, they suffer higher death rates for diseases, their patients experience severe pain, and they ration medical services. Look what you're...
  • Down with Dog-Killer Michael Vick (Some Disturbing Content)

    08/01/2009 9:33:11 AM PDT · by Diana in Wisconsin · 97 replies · 2,186+ views
    NRO ^ | August 1, 2009 | Deroy Murdock
    Some people just cannot wait for dog killer Michael Vick to return to professional football. The only thing this inter-species sadist deserves is universal derision. Let’s recap exactly why this former Atlanta Falcons quarterback pleaded guilty to running a dog-fighting ring, earning him 18 months in federal prison and house arrest until July 20. Vick helped kill eight dogs and injure dozens of others. According to his federal court filings, “Vick agrees and stipulates that these dogs all died as a result of the collective efforts of [co-defendants Purnell] Peace, [Quanis] Phillips and himself, Vick.” Other legal papers detail Vick’s...
  • Even left-wingers now laughing at global-warming talk

    02/03/2009 9:08:35 AM PST · by Signalman · 13 replies · 929+ views
    Ventura County Star ^ | 2/3/2009 | Deroy Murdock
    SAN FRANCISCO — So-called “global warming” has shrunk from problem to punch line. And now, leftists are laughing, too. It’s hard not to chuckle at the idea of Earth boiling in a carbon cauldron when the news won’t cooperate: — Nearly four inches of snow blanketed the United Arab Emirates’ Jebel Jais region for just the second time in recorded history Jan. 24. The local dialect has no word for snowfall. — Dutchmen on ice skates sped past windmills as canals in Holland froze in mid-January for the first time since 1997. — January saw northern Minnesota’s temperatures plunge to...
  • Obama Squirrels Away His Links to ACORN

    10/16/2008 6:49:00 PM PDT · by Free ThinkerNY · 3 replies · 405+ views
    nationalreview.com ^ | October 16, 2008 | Deroy Murdock
    With ACORN facing vote-fraud investigations in at least 13 states, it is no surprise that Barack Obama wants to distance himself from this band of scandal-plagued community organizers. However, the degree to which Obama’s campaign has concealed his links to ACORN raises troubling questions about Obama’s candor and forthrightness. The Obama campaign’s Fight The Smears website tries to “stay up to date on right-wing smears.” It now asserts “ACORN never hired Obama as a trainer, organizer, or any type of employee.” As ABC News’ Jake Tapper noticed, this new language updates an earlier claim that proved untrue: “Barack was never...
  • Rupert Murdock On FoxNews Cavuto

    09/19/2008 5:32:18 PM PDT · by Danae · 4 replies · 330+ views
    FoxNews.com ^ | 9-19-2008 | Rupert Murdock and Neil Cavuto
    Video at http://www.foxnews.com/video2/video08.html?maven_referralObject=3100526&maven_referralPlaylistId=&sRevUrl=http://www.foxnews.com/index.html
  • America Moves Quickly to Democratic-Socialist State

    09/19/2008 10:42:44 AM PDT · by Publius · 72 replies · 253+ views
    Seattle Post-Intelligencer ^ | 19 September 2008 | Deroy Murdock
    There's no avoiding this conclusion: The federal government's breathtaking economic interventionism has turned America into a democratic-socialist state. The fact that these drastic incursions are happening under an allegedly conservative administration leaves this right-winger oscillating between head-spinning disbelief and exhausted disenchantment. The $200 billion federal bailout of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac has given Washington control of some $5 trillion in home-mortgage debt. Roughly half of Americans now live, essentially, in public housing. The nationalization of American Insurance Group puts Uncle Sam in charge of 80 percent of the nation's largest insurance company. Cost: $85 billion. To finance this takeover,...
  • Democrats should apologize for blowing it on surge

    08/22/2008 4:23:22 AM PDT · by NCDragon · 7 replies · 126+ views
    SeattlePI.com ^ | August 21, 2008 | DEROY MURDOCK
    TEMECULA, Calif. -- As top Democrats address their national convention in Denver, they will propose "ending" Operation Iraqi Freedom, demand a speedy withdrawal of U.S. forces there, and insist that "Bush lied, and people died." What they will not do is apologize for their nearly universal failure in judgment regarding President Bush's spring 2007 Surge of 20,000 troops into Iraq. Widespread Democratic defeatism and lack of faith in our GIs' ability to win gouged a gap between their forecasts of doom yesterday and Iraq's far sunnier outlook today. With few exceptions, Democrats got this one dead wrong. "I am not...
  • Offshore oil drilling is cleaner than Mother Nature

    07/26/2008 9:20:47 AM PDT · by Signalman · 17 replies · 216+ views
    Ventura County Star ^ | July 26, 2008 | Deroy Murdock
    NEW YORK — Painfully high vehicle- and jet-fuel prices are propelling popular demands for extracting the estimated 18 billion barrels of petroleum beneath America's coastal waters. After rescinding previous executive-branch objections, President Bush said July 14, "The only thing standing between the American people and these vast oil resources is action from the U.S. Congress." Capitol Hill Democrats claim offshore drilling poses unacceptable ecological risks. This is yet another overblown worry. Democrats and other environmental naysayers cite the 80,000 barrels that spilled six miles off of Santa Barbara, inundating beaches and aquatic life. This hydrocarbon Hindenburg haunts the memories of...
  • Offshore oil drilling -- cleaner than Mother Nature

    07/25/2008 11:06:20 AM PDT · by Donald Rumsfeld Fan · 14 replies · 226+ views
    SEATTLE POST INTELLIGENCER ^ | July 24, 2008 | DEROY MURDOCK
    U.S. offshore oil drilling is not perfectly tidy. It's only 99.999 percent clean. Indeed, since 1980 -- as MMS figures indicate -- 101,997 barrels spilled from among the 11.855 billion barrels of American oil extracted offshore. This is a 0.001 percent pollution rate. While offshore drilling is not 100 percent spotless, this record should satisfy all but the terminally fastidious. Ironically, in terms of oil contamination, Mother Nature is 95 times dirtier than Man. Some 620,500 barrels of oil ooze organically from North America's ocean floors each year. Compare this to the average 6,555 barrels that oil companies have spilled...
  • Hillary’s just losing it Grace goeth before fall

    02/29/2008 9:22:01 AM PST · by COUNTrecount · 60 replies · 202+ views
    Boston Herald ^ | February 29, 2008 | Deroy Murdock
    Like a little girl whose Chief Executive Barbie is falling from her fingertips into the sea, Hillary Rodham Clinton’s presidential ambitions are slipping tragically from her grasp. This may explain her increasingly unhinged behavior, which would be bad enough were she winning. To lose this way, however, is particularly pathetic. Consider her campaign’s reported peddling of a photo of Barack Obama in traditional Somali clothing. Emerging soon before Tuesday’s Texas and Ohio primaries, this was more than a zany picture of an exotically dressed pol, like that of Clinton herself touring Vietnam in a sloped hat. This 2006 photo, snapped...
  • Mitt's Vietnam Flip-Flop: His Most Disturbing Yet

    02/04/2008 2:59:08 AM PST · by ari-freedom · 152 replies · 52+ views
    Townhall.com ^ | Monday, February 4, 2008 | Deroy Murdock
    I have written repeatedly on Willard Mitt Romney’s serial flip-flops. Mitt is the born-again supply-sider who today swears he never raised taxes, even though he increased taxes and fees $983 million as Massachusetts governor. He is 2008’s stalwart defender of traditional values and man-woman marriage who, in 2002, distributed a hot-pink flyer among Boston’s gay community that read: “Mitt and Kerry Wish You A Great Pride Weekend! All citizens deserve equal rights, regardless of their sexual preference.” (Kerry Healey was the GOP nominee for lieutenant governor.) Romney is the Second Amendment enthusiast who brags about being a life-member of the...
  • Romney's free ride on abortion

    02/01/2008 9:14:05 AM PST · by Ol' Sparky · 47 replies · 212+ views
    Scripps News ^ | 2/1/08 | Deroy Murdock
    NEW YORK -- One of campaign 2008's mysteries is Mitt Romney's free ride from pro-lifers. His anti-abortion declarations are eloquent, as is everything the silver-tongued former Massachusetts governor utters. But once again his rhetoric is at war with his record. "Many, many years ago, I had a dear, close family relative that was very close to me who passed away from an illegal abortion," Romney said while challenging Democratic Sen. Ted Kennedy's 1994 re-election. Since then, Romney and his family decided "we can believe as we want, but we will not force our beliefs on others on that matter." Romney...
  • Rudy Giuliani: 2008's toughest Republican

    12/28/2007 5:41:37 AM PST · by KeithCu · 116 replies · 62+ views
    Human Events Online ^ | 12/27/2007 | Deroy Murdock
    A jet passenger remembers seeing Rudolph W. Giuliani on a Dallas-to-New York flight. Heading home after a March 2005 speech, Giuliani perused a volume of Elizabethan literature. Miles above Pennsylvania, a door-seal suddenly cracked. As the cabin depressurized, the pilot nose-dived from 38,000 feet to a safer 9,000. Oxygen masks swung above the heads of horrified travelers. What did Giuliani do? As another, visibly rattled traveler recalled: "He put his mask over his face, picked the book back up, and kept reading Shakespeare." ...
  • Hoorah for waterboarding

    11/06/2007 4:43:56 PM PST · by Aristotelian · 44 replies · 117+ views
    Washington Times ^ | November 6, 2007 | Deroy Murdock
    It's not quite torture, but it sure has been painful watching Senate Democrats tie Attorney General-designate Michael Mukasey into knots over waterboarding. Responding to their demands that he denounce this interrogation method that simulates drowning, Mr. Mukasey last Tuesday called it "repugnant to me." This left Judiciary Committee Democrats, including Illinois' Dick Durbin, unimpressed. "I can't support his nomination based on the letter he sent yesterday," Mr. Durbin said last Wednesday. "It was a real disappointment." Still it now seems Judge Mukasey's nomination will be approved today by the Judiciary Committee, given the announcement by some key Democratic senators that...
  • Oscar-Worthy Performance-Mitt Romney has Hollywood in his future, not Washington.

    02/16/2007 6:22:21 AM PST · by areafiftyone · 30 replies · 768+ views
    National Review ^ | 2/16/07 | Deroy Murdock
    Romney is either a true, rock-ribbed conservative who played a Rockefeller Republican to get elected in Massachusetts, or he is a genuine, limousine liberal portraying a conservative to win the 2008 GOP nomination. This fine thespian has lost himself so thoroughly in both these roles that no one really knows where the performer ends and the characters begin. Studying Romney’s lines only muddles things. His present and past statements on abortion, gays, guns, taxes, and Ronald Reagan each conflict diametrically, like pairs of locomotives racing toward one another from opposite directions. Just listen to today’s Romney on abortion: “I am...
  • Let Snow Be Snow

    04/29/2006 12:36:04 PM PDT · by MNJohnnie · 29 replies · 887+ views
    National Review On Line ^ | April 28, 2006, 6:03 a.m. | Deroy Murdock
    Naming Tony Snow press secretary is President Bush's most promising decision since Hurricane Katrina winded him nearly seven months ago. The president should let the veteran commentator craft and disseminate the administration's message in clever and concrete ways, as the capable Snow can do. Snow approaches his position with something outgoing press secretary Scott McClellan lacks: the ability to communicate. McClellan, surely a nice man who loves his country and his family, looks pained and frightened at his briefings. Sniffing blood in the water, reporters chomp into him like sharks devouring a walrus. This leaves McClellan with little to do...
  • Connections - Papers reveal Iraq-al Qaeda ties — again.

    04/10/2006 2:01:13 PM PDT · by neverdem · 49 replies · 1,778+ views
    NRO ^ | April 10, 2006 | Deroy Murdock
    E-mail Author Author Archive Send to a Friend Version April 10, 2006, 7:27 a.m. Connections Papers reveal Iraq-al Qaeda ties — again. With conservative congressional majorities at risk in next November's midterm election, President Bush repeatedly should remind everyone that a key reason Coalition troops invaded Iraq was to padlock Saddam Hussein's Wal-Mart for terrorists. Pressured by congressmen and journalists, the administration finally has started releasing intelligence documents captured in Baghdad. These papers confirm what The Weekly Standard’s Stephen Hayes, Wall Street Journal editorialists, and I have demonstrated for years: Saddam Hussein indeed was entwined with terrorists in general...
  • The Butcher with the Terror Ties - The evidence mounts. (Newsweek reports on Atta in Prague, 2001)

    01/13/2006 9:11:24 AM PST · by neverdem · 83 replies · 7,860+ views
    NRO ^ | January 13, 2006 | Deroy Murdock
    E-mail Author Author Archive Send to a Friend Version January 13, 2006, 8:11 a.m. The Butcher with the Terror Ties The evidence mounts. Drip, drip, drip. Drop by drop, isolated news stories and emerging documents are eroding the popular myth that Saddam Hussein had no connections to Islamofascist terrorists. These revelations undermine war critics’ efforts to whitewash Baghdad’s ancien regime — such as when Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid declared: “There was [sic] no terrorists in Iraq.” Likewise, Sen. Carl Levin (D., Mich.) describes a “nonexistent relationship between al Qaeda and Saddam Hussein.” Reid, Levin, and others who dismiss...
  • Murdoch names Post boss

    09/20/2005 4:18:44 PM PDT · by Aussie Dasher · 234+ views
    Herald Sun ^ | 21 September 2005
    MEDIA magnate Rupert Murdoch has picked Paul Carlucci as publisher of The New York Post, to replace his son Lachlan Murdoch, who resigned from the company, the paper announced today. Rupert Murdoch, chairman and chief executive of News Corporation (nws.ASX:Quote,News, which publishes NEWS.com.au,had briefly taken the reins of his beloved Post before deciding to give Carlucci, a 58-year-old New Yorker, a veteran at the daily, a chance at its helm. "Paul is without peer in the consumer advertising and marketing industry," Mr Murdoch said. "He has a background in newspapers and has run the preeminent consumer advertising and promotional business...
  • Bumbling But No Bigotry

    09/09/2005 1:23:27 PM PDT · by hinterlander · 13 replies · 829+ views
    Human Events Online ^ | September 9, 2005 | Deroy Murdock
    "It is reported that black hurricane victims in New Orleans have begun eating corpses to survive." This blood-curdling news came from self-described social-justice advocate Randall Robinson, former chief of TransAfrica, an architect of the anti-apartheid sanctions movement, and author of The Debt — What America Owes to Blacks, an impassioned plea for slavery reparations. Writing for Arianna Huffington’s webpage, huffingtonpost.com, last Friday, September 2, Robinson continued: Four days after the storm, thousands of blacks in New Orleans are dying like dogs. No-one has come to help them. I am a sixty-four year old African-American. New Orleans marks the end of...
  • Al Qaeda Coming Through!

    08/24/2005 11:36:51 AM PDT · by neverdem · 44 replies · 1,525+ views
    NRO ^ | August 24, 2005 | Deroy Murdock
    E-mail Author Author Archive Send to a Friend Version August 24, 2005, 8:16 a.m. Al Qaeda Coming Through! We have a special interest in who is coming into our country illegally. Two Democratic governors, New Mexico's Bill Richardson and Arizona's Janet Napolitano, have sounded the claxons over the bedlam on America's border with Mexico. On August 12, Richardson (who happens to be of Mexican ancestry) declared a state of emergency in four of his state's border counties. Three days later, Napolitano followed, placing four of Arizona's frontier counties in emergency status. Beyond the usual complaints about illegal aliens straining...
  • SADDAM HUSSEIN'S PHILANTHROPY OF TERROR (do not miss this great work by Deroy Murdock)

    08/14/2005 10:14:22 PM PDT · by doug from upland · 14 replies · 1,703+ views
    Hoover Institute ^ | Sept. 22, 2004 | Deroy Murdock
    http://www.husseinandterror.com/ Saddam Hussein's Philanthropy of Terror by Deroy Murdock Media Fellow Hoover Institution at Stanford University Adapted from a September 22, 2004 presentation at the Hoover Institution   Introduction   Saddam Hussein, after being captured by  U.S. forces in Iraq on December 13, 2003 Here he is, the man they called “The Butcher of Baghdad,” Mr. Saddam Hussein, shortly after U.S. soldiers pulled him from his so-called spider hole in Iraq. How bewildered he must have felt. Not so long before, he was sitting pretty.     Hussein, while still in power Here he was in his glory days, perhaps...
  • Danger Up North: Canada’s welcome mat for terrorists.

    03/21/2005 8:45:48 AM PST · by quidnunc · 17 replies · 569+ views
    National Review ^ | March 21, 2005 | Deroy Murdock
    Let's hope Honduras is awash in American agents. Al Qaeda's Abu Musab al-Zarqawi reportedly has dispatched Islamo-fascist murderers to penetrate the U.S. via Tegucigalpa, where bribe-hungry authorities allegedly sell passports to smooth passage through Mexico to the human highway known as the U.S.-Mexican border. But American officials better eye the northern frontier, too. Canadians seem rather relaxed about some who inhabit the land nestled between Alaska and the Lower 48. While most Canadians are as friendly as Labrador retrievers, that attitude is not universal. "I'm not afraid of dying, and killing doesn't frighten me," Algerian-born Canadian Fateh Kamel said on...
  • Rupert Murdoch Extols Immigration

    02/08/2005 3:47:27 PM PST · by holyscroller · 15 replies · 415+ views
    Immigration Daily ^ | Feb. 8, 2005 | None listed
    Immigration Daily is pleased to bring to our readers a pro-immigration op-ed by Rupert Murdoch. Mr. Murdoch is the head of News Corp, one of the largest media companies in the world, involved in the production and distribution of newspapers, films, television, satellite, and cable tv. We commend Mr. Murdoch for taking the time to write and express his pro-immigration views (we encourage other successful immigrants to follow his lead). Some excerpts: "In my book, anyone who comes here and gives an honest day's work for an honest day's pay is not only putting himself closer to the American Dream,...
  • More Evidence We're in a World War

    12/03/2004 4:59:59 AM PST · by StoneGiant · 24 replies · 1,346+ views
    Manchester Union Leader ^ | 12/3/04 | Delroy Murdock
      More evidence we’re in a world war By DEROY MURDOCK   AS the War on Terror continues, it is vital to remind ourselves how truly horrific an enemy civilization confronts. In militant Islam, America and its allies face a breathtakingly evil foe. In recent weeks, this Coalition of the Wicked has reconfirmed its barbarism. In Fallujah, for instance, U.S. soldiers discovered up to 20 blood-stained homes in which innocent hostages were detained and killed, often on videotape. Terror master Abu Musab al-Zarqawi’s headquarters included computer and audio-visual gear to disseminate al-Qaida’s hateful missives and real-life snuff films. Roughly half...
  • Pills Don’t Grow on Trees

    11/29/2004 6:58:11 PM PST · by neverdem · 10 replies · 969+ views
    NRO ^ | November 29, 2004 | Deroy Murdock
    E-mail Author Author Archive Send to a Friend <% printurl = Request.ServerVariables("URL")%> Print Version November 29, 2004, 8:32 a.m. Pills Don't Grow on TreesWhere diseases are cured and pains are healed. West Point, Pa. — Politicians of yore promised voters "a chicken in every pot." Today's pols pledge "cheap drugs in every medicine chest." This, oddly enough, has become a largely bipartisan prescription. Democrats and Republicans alike propose reimportation of Canadian pharmaceuticals, faster approval of generic drugs, and other policies designed to reduce medication prices. The mounting financial and legal woes at Merck only will fuel calls to "get...
  • Hollings Stories Laud Racial Record, Skip Segregationist Work

    08/06/2003 4:14:05 PM PDT · by OESY · 3 replies · 314+ views
    Media Research Center ^ | August 6, 2003 | Brent Baker
    Hollings Stories Laud Racial Record, Skip Segregationist Work Washington Post and New York Times stories Tuesday, on the decision of South Carolina Senator Ernest Hollings to not seek re-election, lauded the Democrat for how, in contrast to what occurred in other Southern states, as Governor he had presided over “the peaceful” and “orderly desegregation” of South Carolina’s public schools. But in offering such a positive review of Hollings’ record on race, the newspapers skated over his role as a dogged defender of segregation who only gave in when he realized the fight was hopeless, a favor not afforded to Southern...
  • Deroy Murdock Scheduled for Repeat on C-Span at 12:15 AMEDT (Queasy Stomach Alert)

    08/02/2003 9:17:55 PM PDT · by Intolerant in NJ · 1 replies · 191+ views
    C-Span | 2 August, 2003 | C-Span
    A presentation by Deroy Murdock on reparations and race relations, recorded at Canisius College in March, is scheduled for repeat on C-Span at 12:15 AMEDT. Murdock is super in arguing against reparations, raising such questions as how much of a share of any settlement should someone like Tiger Woods, a wealthy quarter-black, receive and what would happen to all the existing programs which many blacks rely on for assistance should reparations be granted. You may need to keep the barf bag handy for some of the Q/A session, however; some in the audience are simply outrageous, like the professor who...
  • Fox challenges CNN's US ratings dominance

    03/28/2003 7:04:58 AM PST · by delacoert · 35 replies · 288+ views
    Guardian Unlimited ^ | Thursday March 27, 2003 | Jason Deans
    The first Gulf war was the making of CNN but this time around its arch rival Fox News may win the ratings battle. Fox News has proved more popular than CNN over the first five days of the Iraq war, according to US audience figures. This will confound the expectations of many pundits, who thought CNN, with its superior international newsgathering operation, would overturn the ratings lead Fox News has enjoyed for the past year. Fox News, which is owned by Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation, has attracted an average of 4 million viewers each day since the conflict began, rising...