The Obama team isn’t at war with Fox because it’s conservative. They’re angry because Fox has embarrassed them. Tucker Carlson on the press corps’ shameful silence.
Tucker Carlson is a contributor to the Fox News Channel. He previously hosted The Situation with Tucker Carlson and Tucker on MSNBC after working for CNN.
Obama the candidate seemed to rise above his opponents. The president Wednesday night was battling enemies, real and imagined.
There is a virtual ban on criticism of him in the press. Uncritical praise corrupts absolutely.
The president’s speech was certainly hopeful and ambitious, but I must have missed the part where he explained how to restart the economy, create jobs, reduce the deficit, bring peace to the Middle East—and cure cancer.
The real reason Caroline didn't get the job isn't taxes. It's that she antagonized liberal interest groups, offended the Clintons, and generally bungled the effort. Not that Gov. Paterson did any better: In the words of someone close to him, "he's incapable of the chess strategy required to think through what the consequences of anything might be two weeks from now."
For a man famously calm and self-confident, the strain was evident.
From Martha Stewart to anyone ever convicted by Eliot Spitzer, why Bush—the compassionate conservative—should be more liberal about letting felons off the hook.
A Texas pastor has come up with one of the best public policy proposals of the decade, says Tucker Carlson: Have more sex.
A GOP revival depends on Obama screwing up.
Mitt Romney is laying the groundwork for 2012.