Tom Elliott, Author at The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
Tom Elliott
by | Sep 14, 2005

So-called black leaders and other assorted entertainers and racial activists were quick to use Hurricane Katrina and its resulting flood as supposed proof that America’s tragic racist personality had suddenly resurfaced. “Genocide” was the way the morning show hosts of…

by | Jun 15, 2005

The rise of the so-called New Media, the decentralized network of non-traditional news gatherers, such as blogs and camera/cell phone-wielding, on-the-spot “reporters,” has generated much discussion over its implications for the established media. Certainly this is interesting. But perhaps a…

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