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Mark Corallo
Mark Corallo, a former senior U.S. Justice Department official under Attorney General John Ashcroft, currently runs a consulting company in Alexandria, Virginia.
by | Nov 12, 2005

The President brought his A game today.  Finally, after months of suffering the most outrageous slanders his political opponents could dish out, the Commander in Chief answered the bell and came out swinging. The weak response from the likes of…

by | Nov 9, 2005

Instead of teaching a silly ethics course at the WH, how about a primer on warfare for our esteemed members of Congress? While the Dems reacted to the news of the latest leak probe in their usual knee-jerk fashion, crying…

by | Nov 8, 2005

Dana Priest may wish she had never written the “black sites” story last Wednesday. The revelation of that information has real world consequences for American and Allied personnel overseas, as well as for the innocent citizens of those nations whose…

by | Nov 7, 2005

How many people caught Michelle Malkin’s piece, “All the News that’s fit to omit,” in Saturday’s Washington Times? Jim Dao’s unforgivable editing of a soldier’s letter to his girlfriend is proof that the NY Times is a wholly owned subsidiary of…

by | Oct 31, 2005

Sam Alito is just the beginning of the Bush comeback. As Bill Kristol noted this morning on FOX, the economy is growing, gas prices (while still high) are coming down, and the President seems poised to fight to make the…

by | Oct 25, 2005

Message to Republicans: Whoever is generating the “Attack Pat Fitzgerald” talking points needs to cease and desist. This veteran (and some might say “victim”) of the Impeachment in ’98, finds it highly hypocritical to hear the same attacks that the…

by | Oct 21, 2005

Is it just me, or did another “blue ribbon panel” blow an opportunity to spark a serious debate? Led by former Senator Connie Mack, the tax panel offered little to spark a much needed national debate on the tax code….

by | Oct 20, 2005

Richard Cohen (gasp) has summed up the conservative argument against Wroe better than most conservatives. What the mainstream media and leftist elites have never understood is that conservatives, first and foremost, oppose Wroe on constitutional grounds — its specious findings…

by | Oct 17, 2005

George (Neumayr) — you hit the nail on the head. One thing to add: The New York Times and Washington Post articles underline the irony in the whole sordid affair — Judy Miller was already in the doghouse, and by…

by | Oct 14, 2005

Fineman. Broder. The entire news and editorial desks at the Washington Post, New York Times etc…. All are convinced and giddy at what they perceive to be a fissure in the conservative movement (and the supposedly excellent chances the Democrats…

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