Little Green Footballs Tonight dictator-in-training Donald Trump actually said he wants the FCC to fine National Review editor Rich Lowry, and prevent him from appearing on television to criticize the mighty Trumpenstein. This tantrum started when Rich Lowry said Carly Fiorina “cut his balls off with the precision of a surgeon.” Incompetent @RichLowry lost it… More In Which Donald Trump Says the Government Should Prevent Him From Being Criticized
Not surprising…yet outrageous. Mother Jones Rich Lowry, editor of National Review magazine, has a plan for restoring stability to America’s currently troubled inner cities: Arrest and imprison more black people. It’s basically a long-running conservative argument, but can we get real for a minute about how he’s making it? Here’s the profoundly cynical and callous… More Editor of Leading Conservative Magazine Declares That “Some Black Lives Don’t Matter” to Activists
Salon A conservative writer draws hilariously sweeping conclusions from a controversy involving Neil deGrasse Tyson Over the past few weeks, Neil deGrasse Tyson has found himself in the crosshairs of the conservative media— and, surprisingly, not without reason. The controversy revolves around a quote used by Tyson in many of his public speaking engagements, which… More The right’s most inane Neil deGrasse Tyson attack yet
Andrew Romano – The Daily Beast The New Jersey governor claims he knows he “could win” the White House in 2012, but he’s not “ready to be president.” Andrew Romano on why Christie isn’t insane—though he shouldn’t read much into early polls. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie isn’t known for being demure. Since defeating incumbent… More Could Chris Christie Really Beat Obama?
The Daily Beast Bill Kristol criticized the Fox News host’s Egypt coverage, and Rich Lowry and others are piling on. But the condemnations are unlikely to spread to the GOP mainstream—and favorites like Rush Limbaugh and Andrew Breitbart are two reasons why. Is the right turning against Glenn Beck? This week in Commentary, Peter Wehner became… More Behind the Right’s Glenn Beck Backlash