About: Mitch Kokai
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Viewers of C-SPAN2’s “Book TV” will have another chance to watch Garland Tucker’s discussion of his book Conservative Heroes at 12:15 a.m. Sunday. Tucker addressed a John Locke Foundation audience June 29. Learn more about the book here.
The latest issue of Hillsdale College’s Imprimis features former Bush administration Attorney General Michael Mukasey‘s take on his successors in the current federal government. I’m regretful to have to add that in a country where honesty, fairness, and safety are so strongly influenced by one department of government, over the past six years—largely because ofContinue Reading
John Stossel‘s latest column at Human Events takes aim at the disturbing growth within membership of the victim class. People benefit by playing the victim. Activists look for people they can declare victims, to bring attention to their causes. The New York Times once called the Super Bowl the “Abuse Bowl,” claiming that during theContinue Reading
Written on October 2, 2015 at 7:13 am
Steve Gorham of the Climate Science Coalition uses a Daily Caller column to put recent energy innovations involving shale in perspective. The world has changed. Although few yet understand it, the revolution in the production of oil and natural gas from shale has altered the course of global energy, affecting most of the world’s people.Continue Reading
Victor Davis Hanson‘s latest column at National Review Online critiques recent actions from Pope Francis. Unpopular though it may be to say so, I, for one, grew exhausted by the non-stop pronouncements/commentaries of Pope Francis. The spiritual leader of 1 billion Catholics — roughly half of the world’s Christians — Francis just completed a high-profile,Continue Reading
A recent Carolina Journal cover story has prompted a national group representing federal prosecutors to seek an investigation from U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch. It’s a story involving murderous gang members, death threats, and a politically appointed U.S. attorney’s questionable actions. Rick Henderson shares details during the next edition of Carolina Journal Radio. John HoodContinue Reading
This week’s Carolina Journal Online Friday interview features a conversation with author and HotAir.com blogger Ed Morrissey about progressives’ double standard when it comes to wealthy politicians. The Daily Journal chides national news outlets for focusing on trivia when questioning potential Republican presidential candidates.
Dan Way reports for Carolina Journal Online on the Rev. Jeremiah Wright’s recent visit to a progressive Chapel Hill church.
Recent Comments by Mitch Kokai
- February 16, 2015 on Our best presidents: Van Buren, Tyler, Cleveland….
- February 7, 2015 on You might be a progressive if…
- November 4, 2014 on Election eve email from DPI, media stories have much in common
- June 3, 2014 on Leef’s latest Forbes column profiles prof who wants American colleges to swing even further to the left
- June 2, 2014 on Leef’s latest Forbes column profiles prof who wants American colleges to swing even further to the left