Team America stands out in this year’s cavalcade of political films as the only one that satirizes liberals–not just conservatives–and its box office take reflects that.
A D.C.-centric review of of filmmaker Jonathan Demme’s remake of the legendary 1962 political thriller, The Manchurian Candidate.
Rolling Stone‘s political coverage doesn’t rock, not even a little bit. With writers like Michael Moore, Stephen Glass – yes, that Stephen Glass – and Kevin Phillips, the magazine’s political coverage is increasingly lame and left-wing.
An optimistic eyewitness account of the Iraqi National Symphony Orchestra’s first performance in the U.S.
An intrepid conservative reports from a DNC fundraiser featuring Bill Clinton at a trendy D.C. nightclub.
Like the proverbial emperor, critics of U.S. involvement in Iraq–especially among Democratic presidential hopefuls–wear no clothes.
NBC News and National Geographic fired Baghdad correspondent Peter Arnett earlier this month for giving a controversial interview to Iraqi state TV. During the interview, Arnett falsely claimed the U.S. war plan in Iraq had failed and that stateside opposition to the conflict was growing. Liberal pundits were quick to brand his termination an assault [...]
Source: AFF Doublethink Online | Andrew Stiles
Source: AFF Doublethink Online | Kathlyn Ehl