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Ward Churchill cheered; brands Bob Kerrey a “serial killer”

By Michelle Malkin  •  December 12, 2006 11:06 AM

Fight the power Source: NYSun The New School gave the nation’s preeminent moonbat academic a rousing reception. He returned the favor by trashing the college’s president, former Senator and Vietnam War veteran Bob Kerrey as a “mass murder and serial killer.” Via the NYSun: An ethnic studies professor from the University of Colorado, Ward Churchill, […]

Ted Turner-itis: allergic to patriotism

By Michelle Malkin  •  October 11, 2006 09:12 AM

My column on North Korea’s favorite media mogul and Fox Derangement Syndrome. A snippet: CNN founder Ted Turner opened his mouth this week at the National Press Club, and promptly demonstrated why America needs Fox News Channel now more than ever. Three years after the invasion of Iraq, Turner is still pouting about public displays […]

AP runs to the Washington Post

By Michelle Malkin  •  September 25, 2006 03:14 PM

Tom Curley: Head of the A(wt)P What do you do when you are a global news organization under fire for suppressing five-month-old news of the capture of one of your employees by American troops in a Ramadi apartment with an alleged al Qaeda leader and a weapons cache? You run to a sympathetic news organization […]


By Michelle Malkin  •  May 16, 2006 02:04 PM

It’s out today. Read it here (PDF file). Pirate Ballerina, the blog that was central to pushing the story forward, has analysis and points to the bottom line of the report: While we are unanimous in finding that Professor Churchill’s research misconduct is serious and that we should express the degree of that seriousness through […]


By Michelle Malkin  •  January 29, 2006 02:04 PM

The World Economic Forum in Davos, which attracts the world’s wealthiest and windiest bloviators, wrapped up this weekend. Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt turned up, along with Michael Douglas, Peter Gabriel, retired tennis player Monica Seles, and other We Are The World Hollywood celebrity-types. (See here for embarrassingly star-struck slavering from an official World Economic […]


By Michelle Malkin  •  December 31, 2005 06:56 PM

To the dismay of the MSM, the blogosphere didn’t go away in 2005. Here are some of the more memorable moments in the clash of the bloggers vs. MSM: 10. Commentator Bill Press’s condemnation of bloggers as people “with no credentials, no sources, no rules, no editors and no accountability.” Press’s idea of good journalism […]


By Michelle Malkin  •  November 9, 2005 08:52 AM

My latest column follows up on the lies of Jimmy Massey and his media enablers. Doug Struck, the Washington Post reporter who covered Massey’s bogus testimony at Army deserter Jeremy Hinzman’s Canadian asylum hearing last year, has not responded to my e-mail inquiring about any follow-up. USA Today reporter Rick Hampson, who wrote this March […]


By Michelle Malkin  •  July 20, 2005 09:45 AM

Counterpunch, a widely-read left-wing political newsletter edited by Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair, published a rambling interview the other day with America’s nuttiest professor, Ward Churchill. It seems I’ve gotten under the blithering professor’s skin. When the interview first appeared, Churchill was quoted accusing me of “blatant plagiarism” (screenshot via Shock and Blog) and […]


By Michelle Malkin  •  June 30, 2005 10:33 AM

The nuttiest professor’s fragging comments, blogged here three days ago with a big hat tip to the diligent folks at PirateBallerina, are now on video at Trey Jackson’s. The Denver Post (which properly credits PB; good for them) reports that Churchill is, naturally, defending his latest smear. Controversial University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill says […]


By Michelle Malkin  •  June 27, 2005 12:10 PM

He just doesn’t shut up. Fortunately, the vigilant bloggers at Pirate Ballerina continue to track the nutty professor’s bloviations. At a forum on “conscientious objection and resistance to military recruiters” in Portland on Friday, Churchill seemed to suggest support for fragging–troops murdering their own on the battlefield–as an effective anti-war tactic. PB has transcript excerpts […]