Mark Hemingway

Weekly Standard

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Mark Hemingway is a senior writer at the Weekly Standard. He is a former staff writer for the Washington Examiner and contributor to its Beltway Confidential blog.

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Last Friday, the New York Times introduced a new, conservative columnist: Bret Stephens, former editor at the Jerusalem Post and the Wall Street Journal.

Scientific uncertainty and the politics of climate change

Last Friday, the New York Times introduced a new, conservative columnist: Bret Stephens, former editor at the Jerusalem Post and the Wall Street Journal.

from To the Point

Nobody should be surprised when politicians distort the facts or tell outright lies. In 2007, the St. Petersburg Times introduced a feature called  PolitiFact .

Separating Fact and Fiction: Truth and Lies in American Politics Today

Nobody should be surprised when politicians distort the facts or tell outright lies. In 2007, the St. Petersburg Times introduced a feature called PolitiFact .

from To the Point

President Obama is  barnstorming for healthcare reform  to be passed by Democrats only. But members of his own party still need convincing.

Obama 'All Fired Up' Again, but Is It Too Little, Too Late?

President Obama is barnstorming for healthcare reform to be passed by Democrats only. But members of his own party still need convincing.

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The recent missile exchanges between Iran and Israel stirred fears of World War III, and while the action has cooled down, the uncertain path still looms with tension.

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Have media outlets gone overboard in their coverage of campus protests? What’s at stake in (another) legal battle between states and the White House?

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In light of recent developments in the Julian Assange extradition case, former CIA officer John Kiriakou joins host Robert Scheer on this episode of the Scheer Intelligence podcast, to…

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In this episode of Scheer Intelligence, host Robert Scheer is joined by author Natalie Foster, president and co-founder of the Economic Security Project, a network dedicated to…

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Ray McGovern, the 27-year CIA veteran who counseled seven presidents, joins host Robert Scheer in a Theatre of the Absurd reenactment of McGovern's historic role.

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Is the media’s coverage adding to the difficulties of Donald Trump’s criminal case? Where does protest cross the line into hate speech?

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A day after Gaza protests erupted on campus, USC students are disappointed to learn that May 10’s main stage commencement ceremony is canceled.

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LA officials are increasing law enforcement presence on the county’s Metro system following a spike in violence over the last few weeks.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The cities of Irvine and Santa Ana failed to pass an ordinance that would have required protestors to stand at least 300 feet from private residences.

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