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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Charles Krauthammer
Last week, a national treasure spoke. That would be Charles Krauthammer, syndicated columnist, television commentator and all around public sage.
Fox News contributor Charles Krauthammer isn't impressed with a letter written by a former New York Port Authority official that asserts New Jersey Governor Christ Christie knew of the George Washington Bridge lane closures when they were happening.
Commentator Charles Krauthammer produced a wickedly provocative piece recently given the headline "Stop the bailout — now.'' He was talking about the looming bailout for the big insurance companies that are looking more and more like saps in their support of President Obama's health care law.
If you had to name the top conservative writers or thinkers in today's society, Charles Krauthammer would surely be on that list. The American-born physician and former Democrat, who was raised in Montreal, has gradually become one of the country's leading conservative intellectuals. He writes a weekly syndicated column for The Washington Post, which is carried in more than 400 newspapers, and appears on Fox News' "Special Report with Bret Baier" and PBS' "Inside Washington."
Charles Krauthammer took to Fox News following President Obama's statements from the Rose Garden on Saturday to slam the administration for engaging in "amateur hour" for failing to show a sense of urgency in the Syrian conflict.
Charles Krauthammer slammed President Obama on Fox News Tuesday night, saying the president's reluctance to use words like "jihadist" and "Islamist" to describe the threat of radical Islam to the country is "embarrassing."
Charles Krauthammer came to Bill O'Reilly's defense Tuesday night after the host criticized the president for using the word "tragedy" to describe the terror attack in Boston.
A collection of writings by Charles Krauthammer, the conservative commentator and Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist, will come out this fall.
The legion of those who would do nothing in the face of Iran's drive to achieve nuclear weapons capability has another member: Anthony H. Cordesman, a military analyst at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. In an Aug. 31 column, Charles Krauthammer lays out Mr. Cordesman's three-step plan.
As syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer has pointed out, hashtagging one's outrage is "just the cyber-equivalent of the mass petition," a way to draw the attention of governments and the major media which, as I've pointed out, have tended to give short shrift to the spread of Islamism in Africa.
Mr. Krauthammer noted that two months ago a petition bearing the signatures of some 110,000 tyrants was sent to The Washington Post — from where did it come I would like to know — demanding that The Post discontinue publishing articles that deny global warming or — who knows — take even a skeptical view of global warming.