Hannah Giles and James O’Keefe spoke alongside Andrew Breitbart at a press conference held on October 21, 2009 at the National Press Club.
Monthly Archives For October 2009
Ask any two or three analysts what houses are really worth, and you’ll get at least that many answers.
From New Zealand, Trevor Loudon was the first blogger to research and publicize the facts about former White House “green jobs” czar, Van Jones, scooping the entire American press corps.
Commentators of all political stripes who tell you how times have changed in the last 30 years ignore the startling similarities.
What happens when Campus Progress meets Campus Reform?
Ann McElhinney was not always a conservative; in fact, she was once quite liberal. She told the story of her conversion at Accuracy in Media’s 40th Anniversary Conference on October 23, 2009
No matter if the crisis is global warming or global cooling, the environmental left always provides the same answers to the world’s woes, Marc Morano of Climate Depot noted at Accuracy in Media’s 40th Anniversary Conference: more government control.
“Complexity is the enemy of truth.”
—Lord Christopher Monckton at Accuracy in Media’s 40th anniversary conference on October 23, 2009.
It turns out school lunch—soggy, cardboard pizzas with a side of half-thawed tater tots—is an expensive issue.
“The Berlin Wall speech is a perfect microcosm of Ronald Reagan’s entire political career,” writes Steven Hayward in The Age of Reagan.