With the revelation that Reuters has not only been sitting on the Robert Francis "Beto" O'Rourke hacker story for two year but made it a point to agree not to release it until after election 2018 it's worth making the obvious point. It is highly likely that there are dozens if not more such stories … Continue reading How Many Other “Beto” Stories about Democrats Are Reuters & Co Sitting On?
The breaking news about the lifestyles of the rich and brainless buying their way into colleges really explains why the hashtag #learntocode triggers so many people. "Learn to code" implies the ability to learn how to do something currently outside of one's current knowledge base, which is what the whole idea of a college education … Continue reading The College Scandal Shows Why the Left is so upset by #LearntoCode
DaTechGuy's Laws of Media Outrage are some of the most useful ways to predict how the media or the left will react in any given moment. Nancy Pelosi's surprise announcement against impeachment this week provides an excellent excuse to promulgate the newest of these laws. I believe that Impeachment was off the table was known … Continue reading Nancy, Mueller and Datechguy’s 4th Law of Media Outrage
By John Ruberry I have been thinking about John Stuart Mill lately, a true liberal by the way, meaning he was open-minded, ever since Little Marathon Pundit returned from London a month ago. It was there she came across, at Victoria Embankment Gardens, a bronze statue of Mill. Then a week and a half ago, … Continue reading Why John Stuart Mill is still important
George Washington McLintock: Now Katherine, are you going to believe what you see, or what I tell you? McLintock 1963 For people who aren't there to troll, CPAC is usually a place where true believers show up and are affirmed in their beliefs while networking with each other, but once in a great while it … Continue reading A CPAC Story: Heather Timmons teaching #FakeNews Firsthand
Dennis: Help Help I'm being repressed!Monty Python and the Holy Grail 1975 You might remember back during the 2016 campaign Jorge Ramos made a lot of hay over being kicked out of a Trump press conference for filibustering without being called on and the media and as a peek a memeorandum demonstrates the left/msm went … Continue reading Jorge Ramos Discovers the Real Thing
Today we being a new semi-regular feature at DaTechGuyblog where we single out a statement or argument so crazy that the only thing to do is point at it and laugh. Today's Point and laugh argument comes from Nesrine Malik at the Guardian who deprived of the ability to use an actual racist attack against … Continue reading Your #pointandlaugh of the Day: Nesrine Malik at the Guardian
By John Ruberry Elitist Bill Maher, an alleged comedian, attacked red state America a couple of days ago on his HBO program, claiming that there are "two Americas." “We have a problem in America called spatial geographic inequality which means the most affluent and educated people are clustered in just a few cities," the leftist … Continue reading Bill Maher, you need to take a closer look at blue states and why people are leaving
A couple of days ago I noted this tweet by Warner Todd Huston concerning his initial comments concerning the Jessie Smollet case: I just want to drop my original tweet on Jussie Smollett right here.. #JussieSmollett #JussieSmollettHoax pic.twitter.com/WG9zoGrCcU— Warner Todd Huston (@warnerthuston) February 21, 2019 Warner's advice was, as expected, excellent but what makes it … Continue reading If ONLY Warner Todd Huston had the Political views of Jussie Smollett
The one really good thing about twitter is that it's perfectly suited for one or two line comedy. Here are five examples. When a hoax really IS a hate crime: Well if he's self loathing, then by definition it might actually be a hate crime against himself— Peter Ingemi (@DaTechGuyblog) February 21, 2019 You know … Continue reading Five Silly Twitter Thoughts Under the Fedora: Self Hate Crimes, Liberal Sacrifice, Propaganda, Cashless Chicago and it’s Trump’s Fault
As the '80s slid into the '90s, music morphing from day-glo paisley pastel Spandex to grungy flannel, the contemporary Christian music world remained on its same course set two decades earlier: a handful of artists riding if not leading the secular music curve, their reward consisting of being almost universally ignored by industry elements in … Continue reading Shine Is Dead; The Prayer Chain Not So Much
One of the worst kept secrets in the MSM is the revolving door between Democrat campaigns and staffs and the press, think Chuck Todd, George Stephanopoulos or even the venerated Tim Russett. That's why the left is so insane over CNN's hiring of former Trump Department of Justice official Sarah Isgur Flores. Not only is she … Continue reading CNN Shocked SHOCKED, California Hand outs, 300 Mil for Machado, Key Line in Weld Story: SABLE Foulke folds again in 9th vs Washington under the fedora.
Blogger at the "Gran Torino" house two days ago in Highland Park, MI By John Ruberry As of this writing the story of the Jussie Smollett hate crime story has almost completely unraveled. I quickly blogged about it on my own site early that afternoon before I left for work. When I returned home I … Continue reading Mainstream media bias betrayed as Jussie Smollett hate crime story falls apart
John Ruberry of Da Magnificent Seven By John Ruberry Contemporary journalism needs fresh faces. Particularly political journalism. Here is some dialogue from Alfred Hitchcock's Foreign Correspondent, which is set just before World War II began. Mr. Powers [newspaper editor]: How would you like to cover the biggest story in the world today? John Jones: Give … Continue reading Mainstream media’s whiff on Northam yearbook photo shows why we need term limits for political reporters
We apologize for the previous apology, this apology was unnecessary and appeared on this record due to an administrative errorAnother Monty Python Record 1971 Shepard: He's that most dangerous of animals, a clever sheep. He's the ring leader. He has realized that a sheep's life consists of standin' around for a few months and then bein' eaten. And … Continue reading Governor Northam (D-VA) Channels Monty Python and Bill Clinton (and Michael Jackson?)