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Michael Medved

  • Democratic desperation fuels outrageous rhetoric
    September 11, 2014 2:30 pm
    As elections approach, the president and other desperate Democrats have resorted to outrageous rhetoric in a last ditch effort to demonize the opposition.
  • Silly strikes against long-dead heroes
    September 11, 2014 2:24 pm
    Liberal activists in Seattle have persuaded a city council majority to establish "Indigenous Peoples Day" to replace the Columbus Day holiday. At the same time, local columnist Kelton Sears hopes to change the state flag to remove the image of George Washington at its center, because Washington owned slaves and once fought Indians.
  • Why it's not safe to "just come home"
    September 05, 2014 2:32 pm
    Former Congressman Ron Paul, the eccentric and embarrassing father of a prospective presidential candidate, actually commends President Obama for offering no strategy on combating ISIS.
  • Why Jewish weddings inspire frenzy
    September 05, 2014 2:30 pm
    On the last day of August, my wife Diane and I celebrated the wedding of our son, Danny, to our new daughter-in-law, Richelle. We welcomed far-flung members from both families and more than 200 guests to a scenic location at the edge of the woods—and even the Seattle weather seemed to cooperate.
  • Dems, GOP split on handling money
    August 28, 2014 5:14 pm
    A recent report on campaign fundraising reveals an important distinction between the two major parties when it comes to handling money.
  • Hamas and the Holocaust
    August 28, 2014 5:13 pm
    Leaders of Hamas repeatedly describe the situation in Gaza as "genocide" and compare Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu to Hitler.
  • 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' is a sequel that far surpasses the original
    August 22, 2014 12:26 pm
    The on-screen follow-up to "Sin City" hits theaters this weekend and it's one of those sequels that, in every way, is preferable to the first film.
  • Rand Paul picks wrong targets
    August 20, 2014 5:14 pm
    Senator Rand Paul passionately decries the "militarization" of American police departments, but this initiative won't work in terms of either policy or politics.
  • Police aren't the problem; they're the solution
    August 20, 2014 5:12 pm
    "It's easy for a black male to keep himself from being shot by a white cop," the Wall Street Journal's Jason Riley said on my radio show. "It's much harder to keep from getting shot by other black men."
  • 'The Giver' is unconvincing, looks like 'Wizard of Oz' on acid
    August 15, 2014 10:32 am
    "The Giver" is a beloved book and its film adaptation is a blue chip production. It has very distinguished, well known, Australian director, Phillip Noyce at the helm the big budget. It also stars Jeff Bridges, who shepherded this project from the beginning because he loved the novel so much when it came out.
  • Martinez Candidacy Can Only Help the GOP
    August 14, 2014 11:51 am
    Conservative Governor Susana Martinez of New Mexico seems to be cruising to victory in her race for a second term, and if she wins the expected landslide she should consider a race for the presidency.
  • NPR's Blindness to Religion's Role
    August 14, 2014 11:50 am
    A new study from a Canadian university shows a sense of purpose producing better health and longer lives.
  • The Bible: Worse than 'Mein Kampf?'
    August 11, 2014 2:55 pm
    Dan Barker, co-president of The Freedom from Religion Foundation, believes the Bible is a worse guide for human behavior than Hitler's "Mein Kampf."
  • 'What If' is predictable with instant chemistry
    August 08, 2014 11:25 am
    This time it's Toronto starring alongside a talented actor and actress in "What If." Daniel Radcliffe plays Wallace, a medical school student who has just dropped out because his gorgeous girlfriend has betrayed him and broken his heart. He's a moping, sad sack until he goes to a party one night and meets Chantry, played by Zoe Kazan.
  • Should Americans feel guilty for winning WWII?
    August 05, 2014 2:12 pm
    America's war against Japan in World War II proved utterly one-sided: we lost less than 200,000 military personnel in the Pacific Theatre and virtually no civilians, while Japan sacrificed more than three million, including a million civilians. Should Americans feel guilty because we killed far more of our enemies in a war they started?