- The Washington Times - Thursday, June 25, 2009


If you didn’t tune into The Washington Times’ nationally syndicated radio show - “America’s Morning News” - on Wednesday, here’s what guests told co-hosts Melanie Morgan and John McCaslin:

*Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich: President Obama’s response to the Iranian crisis has been “too little, too late,” said Mr. Gingrich, who blasted the media for their continued infatuation with the president. The de facto Republican leader said the country witnessed the disintegration of the White House press corps this week.

*Sen. James M. Inhofe, Oklahoma Republican: The senator said he already has decided to vote “against” the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Judge Sonia Sotomayor, saying that is why he refuses to meet with her in his Capitol Hill office. He cited the judge’s “judicial activism” and record of not following the Constitution as reasons for opposing her confirmation.

*Former philosophy professor Christina Hoff Sommers, one of the foremost critics of modern feminism: “Men are bearing the brunt of the recession,” she said, referring to feminist groups that have “skewed” the Obama administration’s economic stimulus plan toward women’s jobs. “Men are in trouble, and so are the women who care for them,” she said, pointing out that nearly 80 percent of the jobs lost in the United States since December 2007 were held by men.

*Former Clinton adviser Dick Morris: In less than six months, President Obama has turned the United States into a “socialist state,” said Mr. Morris, author of the new best-seller “Catastrophe: How Obama, Congress and the Special Interests Are Transforming a Slump Into a Crash, Freedom into Socialism and How to Fight Back.”

*Former Sen. Rick Santorum, Pennsylvania Republican: “Of course the Iranian election was fixed,” said Mr. Santorum, who added that President Obama’s response to the Iranian presidential election and the subsequent protests by Iranian citizens are “pathetic.”



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