More critical analysis of Donald Trump, from across the political spectrum.
NYPIRG notes Trump gave money to lots of NY Democrats, including Eliot Spitzer, David Paterson, Kathleen Rice, etc. Overall, “$395,391.66 of this money has gone to Democrats, compared to $172,150 to Republicans,” the group notes.
The Club for Growth continues Read More
Doubts are raised about the story of the Ground Zero police officer who died on the day his son attended the State of the Union speech with Hillary Clinton.
Richard Cohen said Hillary should have questioned the administration better before her vote to authorize the use of force in Iraq.
Mike Read More
The AJC’s report on “Only Self-Hating Jews Don’t Like Israel”—it’s actually called “‘Progressive’ Jewish Thought and the New Anti-Semitism”—is officially an embarrassment. I say officially because the report’s theme that it is “illegitimate” for Jews to question the nature of the founding of Israel, that such inquiries represent a “betrayal” of Israel, based on “tangled Read More
So pundits can’t seem to take their eyes off of Ed Klein’s Hillary book, even as they dismiss it as a work of trashy fiction.
The Washington Post’s Richard Cohen tries a sarcastic take on Klein’s real motivations for writing the book.
“Klein set out to expose the right wing for Read More
Richard Cohen, a Washington Post columnist stationed in New York, has been booted upstairs from the paper’s 12th-floor offices to a kind of Coventry 10 floors above in the same building. This was done after The Post ‘s management had determined that Mr. Cohen, a 57-year-old, tepidly conventional liberal, had committed “inappropriate behavior” on, to, Read More
In its editorials on the Monica Lewinsky matter, The Washington Post has repeatedly urged President Bill Clinton to explain his relationship with the young White House intern, calling his silence “harmful, not just shifty
In its editorials on the Monica Lewinsky matter, The Washington Post has repeatedly urged President Bill Clinton to explain his relationship Read More
The personal life of Lucian Freud has fascinated journalists and biographers for a long time. An earthy realist painter who is widely thought to be Britain’s greatest living artist, he’s also the grandson of Sigmund Freud and the so-called black sheep of the London-based Freud clan at that. His fleshy paintings of friends and family Read More