By DAVE LINDORFF Talk about fair-weather friends! When nine French fighter jets and a weather plane from a French carrier taking part in a joint exercise with Canadian Naval forces in the Atlantic off New Jersey ran perilously low on fuel last Friday because of a freak storm that prevented
Despite the warming relations between Washington and Paris, a few dead-horse floggers are still pushing their Anti-French pamphlets in a late and desperate attempt at profiteering from ignorance and bigotry.
Stanley Hoffmann, Foreign Affairs, November/December 2004 That a book as shoddy and biased as this one should be published by a reputable press is eminently regrettable. Read More Robert Paxton Miller/Molesky skewer deconstruction gleefully. Ironically, as other reviewers have already observed, their manifest conviction that power consists of shaping the
John J. Miller & Mark Molesky have pulled the plug on their showpiece blog for their Anti-French manifesto. “Our Oldest Enemy” has run its course; according to Barnes and Noble, sales have now fallen below that of “English Grammar for Dummies” …
After an acrimonious and difficult election campaign, the American Electoral System has put forth the proposition that George W. Bush lead the country for four more years. One of the president’s first appointments is Condoleezza Rice as Secretary of State. This choice means that Bush intends to conduct his dogmatic
Sinclair Broadcasting has cropped up once again in the news media over plans to air the virulent Anti-Kerry documentary “Stolen Honor”. Sinclair Broadcasting runs and operates 62 television stations accross the United-States including several ABC stations. Six months ago, this same broadcaster banned its affiliates from carrying Ted Koppel’s Nightline
Our Oldest Enemy: A History of America’s Disastrous Relationship with FranceJohn J. Miller, has decided to embark upon a new endeavour: to publish a book to further Bash France and the French. Miller is well known for his talent as a polemicist, but he probably wasn’t sufficiently versed in abstruse
According to Webster’s Dictionary, a jackass is “a conceited dolt; a perverse blockhead”. It is now a matter of record that George W. Bush’s believes that Jacques Chirac is a “heavy, stupid fellow; a blockhead; a numskull; an ignoramus; a dunce; a dullard”.
“Kerry would let Paris decide when America needs defending. I want Bush to decide.” – Senator Zell Miller
The 2004 Presidential election campaign is well underway across the United States and the telltale signs of a deeply divided America are everywhere. As George W. Bush and John Kerry are locked in a fierce battle for the American presidency, the rhetoric is getting louder and nastier than ever. While