The latest in our entry to the field guide to bloggers from CPAC is Monobloge The full field guide is here. DaWeekly paycheck continues to lag this week. That $300 weekly paycheck to keep things going seems far away. It's not odd to have a slow week after a strong one but I'd hoped people … Continue reading DaTechGuy’s Field guide to Bloggers: Monobloge
You know I've been hearing all this talk about the GOP brand and image problems but I must have been hearing poorly. The GOP's future is so bright we don't need the tea party activists. Sure they gave the GOP control of the house in 2010 but the GOP did so well in 2012 that … Continue reading Who knew the GOP was doing so well Nationally?
The latest entry to the field guide has specific ideas concerning the GOP & Minority outreach Ironic thought, on day 1 of CPAC I overheard a conversation between a group of black conservatives, one was frustrated she had been approached by media over and over again asking about "diversity" and not interested in her ideas. … Continue reading DaTechGuy’s Field Guide to Bloggers Blane Ideas
The 4th Doctor : "You know the very powerful and the very stupid have one thing in common. They don't alter their views to fit the facts. They alter the facts to fit the views. Which can be uncomfortable if you happen to be one of the facts that needs altering." Doctor Who: The Face … Continue reading The Schmalfeldt Delusion
Raj: Howard, wait. Why don’t you use this instead of the PVC to keep the transverse filter assembly in place? Howard: Because this is not a spare part from the space station. This is the thing from the pizza box that keeps the lid from touching the cheese. Raj: That what that’s for? In India, … Continue reading 6000 x $20 x 12 = An Army of Conservative Davids (or Stacy McCains)
`I'll give you Mr Scrooge, the Founder of the Feast.' `The Founder of the Feast indeed.' cried Mrs Cratchit, reddening. `I wish I had him here. I'd give him a piece of my mind to feast upon, and I hope he'd have a good appetite for it.' Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol 1843 When you … Continue reading I give you Charles Johnson the founder of the feast!
Because of personal issues I haven't given the events in Egypt any coverage, that couldn't really been helped but for all the fuss about fiscal cliffs and pregnant princesses the protests of the last few days might in fact be the most consequential events of the 21st century, for the entire world. On Thanksgiving day … Continue reading Building a false narrative in Egypt
Doyle Lonnegan: You see that fella in the red sweather over there? His name’s Donnie McCoy. Works a few of the protection rackets for Cunnaro when he’s waiting for something better to happen. Donnie and I have known each other since we were six. Take a good look at that face, Floyd. Because if he … Continue reading The Math of Bill Schmalfeldt
I found this post at the The Thinking Americanist concerning this bit of google news represented by this seemingly innocuous video question: In a post concerning what this means Chris Crum said this: “If, however, your idea of quoting is including an entire article from some other site, or maybe even multiple articles, and you’re … Continue reading Google and unintended consequences
Earlier this week I got an E-mail from the great Fausta. I gave her a call and we talked about a poll she wanted my opinion on. It is the Latino Decisions polls and she thought the numbers were kind of weird. I took a look at the poll and it didn't take long to … Continue reading How to figure out a Latino poll is BS from quite a long way away
Stacy McCain is in Ohio right now covering Mitt Romney, His first hand report is of a surging campaign with huge crowds and a great speech at the end of it: I talked briefly to a National Correspondent Whose Name You Would Recognize and said, “Great speech, huh?” The correspondent replied: “He wrote it himself, … Continue reading The Rabble vs the MSM on Romney/Ryan No Contest
The latest entry in the field guide Rabid Republican Blog was recorded at the Weaver/Golnik debate: The full field guide is here.
Back in April at Blogcon I filmed this interview with Kaite Pavlich author of Fast and Furious: Barack Obama's Bloodiest Scandal and the Shameless Cover-Up Katie had been writing about this for a while. Obama took credit for confiscating 64 percent more weapons than ever before. Well, that's what happens when the federal government sends … Continue reading The deliberate ignorance of the MSM vs Katie Pavlich et/al
Yesterday evening just after I finished talking to the IRS I noted I had missed a call from Ali Akbar and gave him a ring. Ali expressed concern about Ladd Ehlinger Post that I had retweeted late last night concerning him and Paul Lemmen. Some background. I've known Ali since the Scott Brown race and … Continue reading And now by request…I jump into the middle of it
...and the results are summarized best by this update at the Other McCain UPDATE: As of 2 p.m. today, the top eight threads on the Memorandum blog aggregation site were: Patterico: Convicted Bomber Brett Kimberlin, Neal Rauhauser, Ron Brynaert, and Their Campaign of Political Terrorism Tiffany Gabbay, TheBlaze.com: MEET SOROS-FUNDED DOMESTIC TERRORIST BRETT KIMBERLIN WHOSE … Continue reading Well “Everybody blog about Brett Kimberlin day” is over…