Mark Corallo Archives - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
by | Jan 13, 2017

Did you watch “the press conference”? Did you ask yourself how Donald Trump manages to get away with it? Were you asking yourself why other Republican politicians don’t deal with the press the way Donald Trump does? Did you hear…

by | Feb 11, 2009

Three days, 23 hours and 15 minutes to the arrival of pitchers and catchers. Hope renewed once again. Winter is loathsome to me. I am a baseball fan. It has been central to my life from the moment I came…

by | Jan 26, 2006

Congressional Democrats are convinced that the President has broken the law and trampled the Constitution. Some intellectually challenged Republicans just haven’t made up their minds and are waiting for the Senate Judiciary hearings to conclude before they announce their positions….

by | Jan 25, 2006

Much is being made on the potential impact of the media getting their hands on photos of President Bush shaking hands with convicted fraud Jack Abramoff. So far, the White House is refusing to turn over any of the pictures. The…

by | Jan 17, 2006

Well, until Al Gore chimed in about the NSA wiretapping story, I was convinced the President had the authority under Article II of the Constitution to conduct warrantless searches and surveillance to protect the USA against foreign threats. In fact,…

by | Jan 11, 2006

ABC’s Brian Ross had yet another breathless (and misleading) exclusive last night. Fired NSA analyst Russle Tice (apparently stripped of his security clearance and let go last year over “psychological concerns”) is claiming to be “a” source for the NY…

by | Dec 20, 2005

Thanks (today) to the WSJ editorial page for finally publishing the facts about the President's legal and constitutional authority to conduct warrantless searches: "The allegation of Presidential law-breaking rests solely on the fact that Mr. Bush authorized wiretaps without first…

by | Dec 13, 2005

The Washington Times' Jerry Seper reports this morning on the guilty plea entered by former top State Department official Donald Keyser for "unlawfully removing classified U.S. government documents, including some 'top secret' material, and to making false official statements." Keyser,…

by | Dec 9, 2005

True to Lewis. True to the story. Most of all, true to the best spirit of movie-making. Last night’s lucky audience at the Springfield AMC Theater — the first people in the DC area to see The Lion, The Witch…

by | Dec 8, 2005

We dragged the kids on a shopping trip before Thanksgiving — Mommy needed something to wear to a Christmas party. For once, my 3 little ones behaved themselves (no small feat) while Mommy tried on various outfits. The boy (age…

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