- NYT’s David Brooks: Obama has ‘manhood problem’ in Middle East
- Ted Cruz thanks Obama for denying visas to terrorists
- Survivors recall chaos, fear in Everest avalanche
- General Mills apologizes for ‘right to sue’ confusion, reverses policy
- Dealer wanted in U.S. for art fraud nabbed in Spain
- Easter morning delivery for space station
- Boxer Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter dies at 76
- Probe could complicate Rick Perry’s prospects
- Ukraine, Russia trade blame for eastern shootout
- Obamas head to church on Easter morning
Water Cooler Archive: March 2012
Filmmaker Jay Roach's new HBO movie "Game Change" based on the book by political reporters Mark Halperin and John Heileman focused exclusively on the trials and tribulations of the McCain-Palin 2008 presidential campaign and chose to ignore the vicious primary covered in the book between then Senator Barack Obama and then Senator Hillary Clinton. Democrats today are romanticizing the the primary between Obama and Clinton. However, if liberals are so quick to believe the film about the McCain-Palin campaign story, then they should be interested about the other aspects the film omits. Published March 11 2012
McCain 2008 presidential campaign adviser Nicolle Wallace joined ABC’s This Week on Sunday and discussed the recently released HBO film “Game Change.” The movie, which stars Julianne Moore as Sarah Palin and Woody Harrelson as McCain 2008 campaign manager Steve Schmidt is based on the book of the same title explores the McCain-Palin campaign from the reporting of journalists Mark Halperin and John Heilemann. Published March 11 2012
According to reports, a common drug used to treat high blood pressure is believed to also "curb racist thoughts." According to the London Free Press, a new study from the University of Oxford, which was published at the Psychopharmacology journal, claims that people who took the medication known as propranolol "showed less implicit racism — automatic, subconscious bias — than those who took a placebo." Published March 9 2012
The coordinated attacks to pressure advertisers (and now radio stations) to drop Rush Limbaugh is something everyone should be concerned about, as it is no coincidence that the Georgetown University Law Center student Sandra Fluke, the 30 year old woman at the center of the storm (background here), told viewers of ABC’s “The View” to go to the Media Matters website “for examples of commentators who attacked her.” Published March 8 2012
Breitbart.tv released the much touted un-edited video of President Barack from his days at Harvard Law School. Published March 7 2012
As much as liberals will brag about the advertisers Rush Limbaugh lost, the uproar over his remarks about Sandra Fluke, the 30-year-old Georgetown University Law Center student, will be a memory in a few weeks and people are missing the big picture in the meantime anyway. Published March 5 2012
Rush Limbaugh issued the following statement regarding his remarks about Sandra Fluke, a Georgetown University law student: Published March 3 2012
Fox News Channel's Sean Hannity sent The Washington Times Water Cooler the following note on the passing of conservative media publisher Andrew Breitbart. Published March 1 2012
This morning's news of Andrew Breitbart's untimely passing becomes no less shocking as the day wears on. He was a valuable and important ally in the fight to make sure conservative ideas are addressed and represented fairly in the public sphere. Mr. Breitbart's passion about his work was infectious and motivated many to speak out about their beliefs, even those who didn't agree with him. Encouraging discourse and the pursuit of truth was one of his most important contributions to the preservation and perpetuation of our national values. Published March 1 2012
Andrew Breitbart's website Big Government has announced the passing of Mr. Breitbart himself. Published March 1 2012
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson faced members from a sub-committee of House Energy and Commerce on Wednes regarding her agency's budget request of $8.3 billion dollars for fiscal year 2013. Ms. Jackson's request is part of the Obama administration's $3.8 trillion proposed budget plan. Published March 1 2012
Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
- Scalia to students on high taxes: At a certain point, 'perhaps you should revolt'
- Former Ranger breaks silence on Pat Tillman death: I may have killed him
- Special Forces' suicide rates hit record levels casualties of 'hard combat'
- Army goes to war with National Guard, seizes Apache attack helicopters
- Feds approve powdered alcohol; 'Palcohol' available later this year
- NYT's David Brooks: Obama has 'manhood problem' in Middle East
- Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz: Vulnerable Democrats must 'run their own race'
- WILLIAMS: Bill Maher, comedian or bigot?
- U.S. Navy to turn seawater into jet fuel
- Supreme Court weighs appeal to concealed-carry gun laws