Even Liberal Fred Hiatt Says…

By: Sunday December 5, 2010 7:00 pm

America’s fifth most influential liberal journalist Fred Hiatt doesn’t have enough to do these days having delegated most of his editorial responsibilities to sensible classical liberals like Charles Krauthammer, Michael Gerson, Marc Thiessen, Jennifer Rubin, Robert Kagan, Robert Samuelson, Kathleen Parker, and George Will. So today he thought he would try his hand at movie reviewing but, alas, he hasn’t grasped the differences between “drama” and “documentary”.

Kathleen Parker: Why Can’t Michelle Obama Be More Like George W. Bush?

By: Wednesday August 11, 2010 10:30 am

Here’s the Pulitzer Prize winner, explaining why the First Lady’s vacation in Spain is so tasteless and unBush-like.

Scott Brown Too Much for Bob Schieffer and Kathleen Parker

By: Sunday April 18, 2010 12:30 pm

Just before Scott Brown won election to be my Senator, political pundits praised Brown for running a smart, effective campaign. It’s now clear that what they meant was that the man could talk effectively out of both sides of his mouth and bamboozle your typical Talking Heads interviewer.

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