Friday Quick Fix Six (2/27/04):
And a happy TGIF to you, too. I'm gonna introduce you to a coupla of the top conservative writers in the country today. They can be deliciously wicked when it comes to slicing and dicing the other side:
1. First, we have Emmett Tyrrell Jr. of the American Spectator, who columnizes on why he doesn't plan to see Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ.'' He doesn't support movie violence. And Gibson's movie has plenty of that. You can read Tyrrell's argument here.
2. Then, we have conservative she-devil Ann Coulter, who eats liberals for breakfast. She's tough. And here she makes sport of the poor decisions of labor unions in supporting politicians who don't support them. Remember NAFTA?
3. Finally, we complete our threesome of conservative thought purveyors with Wes Pruden of the Washington Times. You knew Wes wasn't going to let "sewer-dweller" (Wes' words) Howard Stern rant and rave about being censored off the airwaves without some response. He-e-e-r-r-r-e-e-s Wes.
4. Want some good news about Baghdad and Iraq? Here it is.
5. I know you didn't believe all those mea culpas coming from M-TV world after Janet Jackson's infamous display at halftime of the Super Bowl. And you were right. Skanky Britney Spears & Co. have led M-TV right back to the sewers. Click here.
6. Believe it or not, I survived the entire last six years without once watching a single minute of "Sex in the City." And columnist Suzanne Fields sez I wasn't missing much. Click here.