Why were they so easily duped?
Richard Starr, big eater.
Richard Starr, lethal weapon.
The Hughes-less president goes after the press.
Democrats insist on playing bad hands while the White House has all of the good cards.
The only good thing about the Jenin "massacre" was watching the propaganda being debunked in record time.
Why is it that transcripts of White House press conferences don't tell you which reporters are asking the questions? And other ideas to police the press.
The San Francisco Chronicle gets caught playing with Paul Wolfowitz's quotes. Thank goodness for the Internet.
A look at George W. Bush's Tsinghua University speech, as translated by Beijing.
Richard Starr has been an editor at The Weekly Standard since the magazine’s launch in August 1995. He previously worked as an editor at a variety of publications, including the Washington Times, the National Interest, the Public Interest, Insight, and the American Spectator, and as an editor and policy analyst for the Hudson Institute. He has a BA from Indiana University and lives with his wife and son in Arlington, Virginia.