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Sean Hannity

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  • 'Chasing Ice' is photographer's quest to prove climate change ★★★

    'Chasing Ice' is photographer's quest to prove climate change ★★★
    "It is better to light a single candle than to curse the darkness" was a favorite Chinese proverb of the late "Peanuts" cartoonist Charles Schulz. Photographer James Balog must have taken that to heart as he noticed changes to the wild world he documents,...
  • Liberal group blasts Fox News for failing to challenge Allen West assertions

    Liberal group blasts Fox News for failing to challenge Allen West assertions
    The liberal group Media Matters for America is going after Fox News for what it charges is its failure to challenge U.S. Rep. Allen West's claims for why he isn't conceding defeat in his election contest with Democrat Patrick Murphy. Media Matters says:...
  • Dueling scenarios helped shape Trayvon story in epic media battle

    Dueling scenarios helped shape Trayvon story in epic media battle
    Robert Zimmerman Sr. arrived at the Orlando Sentinel lobby alone March 15. He was so nervous that he was trembling. Sad and resigned, he discussed death threats his family had received. But the father of George Zimmerman also was determined as he...
  • Obama Video a Total Game-Changer

    Obama Video a Total Game-Changer
    The presidential race has been turned upside down by a video “discovered” by the “journalists” at The Daily Caller, in which then-Senator Obama addresses a crowd in 2007 to speak about poverty in minority communities. Mitt Romney,...
  • Announcing 'The Great Dysmorphia' Ambiguous, Inscrutable, Open-Ended Contest

    Announcing 'The Great Dysmorphia' Ambiguous, Inscrutable, Open-Ended Contest
    Since the launch of “The Great Dysmorphia: An Epistemological View of Ingesting Hallucinogenic Mushrooms at a 2012 Presidential Debate” certain people have been on me to come up with a fun contest for promotional purposes. After all, I...
  • Republican U.S. Senate Candidate Ted Cruz Speaks To Texas GOP Convention

    Republican U.S. Senate Candidate Ted Cruz Speaks To Texas GOP Convention
    The Texas GOP Convention came to an end Saturday afternoon in Fort Worth, but not before a big speech by one of the two men vying for the Republican nomination forU.S. Senate. A packed house watched as former Solicitor Gen. Ted Cruz gave a speech in...
  • Leonard Pitts Jr.: America the greatest?

    Can you say why America is the greatest country in the world? The question proceeds, of course, from an assumption, i.e., that America is, indeed, the greatest nation on Earth. When it is posed by a chipper college student to Will McAvoy, the dyspeptic...
  • Life Out Here: Sean, Rodriguez and the giant torta

    Life Out Here: Sean, Rodriguez and the giant torta
    Your self-anointed Oracle of the Imperial Valley will weigh in heavily again on weighty matters: Sean Hannity had a heated argument on his radio show on Valentine’s Day with ESPN loudmouth Stephen A. Smith. Hannity, as a lovely little valentine...
  • Marco Rubio vies for the Republican soul

    Maybe, in a rare exception, being on the cover of Time won't be a jinx. Just before giving his party's official response to the State of the Union address — equal to the cover of Time as a jinxed opportunity — Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida...
  • What we know one year after Trayvon Martin shooting

    What we know one year after Trayvon Martin shooting
    Tuesday will mark one year since George Zimmerman shot and killed Trayvon Martin. The gap between what we all thought we knew then and what we know now is as wide as Sanford's Lake Monroe. Zimmerman wasn't a white man who gunned down a black kid. It...
  • The Political Transformation Of Joe Lieberman

    Talking to reporters in his driveway on a hot day in August 2000, Connecticut U.S. Sen. Joseph Lieberman beamed — he had just been chosen as the Democratic vice presidential candidate to Al Gore. "Miracles happen," the proud son of a Stamford liquor...
  • Newt Gingrich comeback surprises even the candidate himself

    By most conventional measures of a campaign's strength, Newt Gingrich has no business being a front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination. Consider the following: - Gingrich only this week opened a full-time campaign office in Iowa, the...