What move to the center? When did Obama move to the center? Did I miss something?

Can someone tell me where this move to the center is? Since the election every network (except Fox of course) has one word for the president: "centrist", "centrist" "centrist". Son of Journolist lives! Correct me if I'm wrong, but the President made one deal to avoid an embarrassing defeat concerning taxes. That's it. If the … Continue reading What move to the center? When did Obama move to the center? Did I miss something?

If you were late to the Sarah Palin Frenzy on Arizona business…

...don't worry Susanna Fleetwood has the one stop post on the subject titled 4 Reasons Why the MSM Botched the Tucson Massacre, and Why they Owe the Victims and Sarah Palin an Apology. You see, a lot of liberals have good intentions. They think that if they ban Happy Meals, then there won’t be anymore … Continue reading If you were late to the Sarah Palin Frenzy on Arizona business…

Stacy on the Olberman story

As my own opening day on the air approaches we discover that Keith Olberman is off. Robert Stacy McCain points out the nonsense that is this business: Being strictly a neutral, objective journalist myself — “Ethics, shmethics!” — I don’t think Olbermann should be fired from NBC, which is as about as neutral and objective … Continue reading Stacy on the Olberman story

CBS lowballs Glenn Beck…

The Park service estimated 250,000 at the Beck event so naturally CBS news needs a different figure: An estimated 87,000 people attended a rally organized by talk-radio host and Fox News commentator Glenn Beck Saturday in Washington, according to a crowd estimate commissioned by CBS News. CBS specifically commissioned a group for an estimate, that's … Continue reading CBS lowballs Glenn Beck…

One more thing, is Herbert using the Snerdley rules?

Bob Herbert finds it outrageous that Beck's restore honor march is on the same day as that other famous supporter of Republicans Martin Luther King's was: America is better than Glenn Beck. For all of his celebrity, Mr. Beck is an ignorant, divisive, pathetic figure. On the anniversary of the great 1963 March on Washington … Continue reading One more thing, is Herbert using the Snerdley rules?

Pure Goldberg

Jonah Goldberg writes a column in the LA times the once and for all proves that there are lies, damn lies and statistics: According to the FBI, hate crimes against Muslims increased by a staggering 1,600% in 2001. That sounds serious! But wait, the increase is a math mirage. There were 28 anti-Islamic incidents in … Continue reading Pure Goldberg

Two good developments

Two amazing things have taken place: The Hospital internet is now working! An Arab language newspaper has come out against the Mosque at Ground Zero: "I can't imagine that Muslims [actually] want a mosque at this particular location, because it will become an arena for the promoters of hatred, and a monument to those who … Continue reading Two good developments

The president can take solice in his newfound friends

He may be on the wrong side of the Mosque issue as far as the American People are concerned, but he is certainly on the side of the angels according to Hamas: A leader of the Hamas terror group yesterday jumped into the emotional debate on the plan to construct a mosque near Ground Zero … Continue reading The president can take solice in his newfound friends

Nick Green meets the new media and cries: Andrew Breitbart Wannabe!

One of the first principles of when you have something to hide is that sunlight tends to cause annoyance. Nick Green is seriously annoyed: Some believe you have a particular bias or agenda if you refuse to cover a story. Some people believe the fact that you decide to cover a story means you have … Continue reading Nick Green meets the new media and cries: Andrew Breitbart Wannabe!

Who acted dishonorable and who did not in the Sherrod case?

I was part of a spirited exchange on twitter last night with Dan Riehl and Josh Trevino I argued that we are obliged to act honorably saying: Being right isn't always in our control but acting honorable is. So in that spirit lets take a long look at what happened here and who acted honorably … Continue reading Who acted dishonorable and who did not in the Sherrod case?

“I wish we could sell them another hill at the same price.”

After seeing the morning coverage and following all this stuff, it's clear that the left which thought just last night it has control of the Shirley Sherrot story has not only lost it, but lost it totally. The left wants a story about how evil Fox news is and how bad Andrew Breitbart is, the … Continue reading “I wish we could sell them another hill at the same price.”

and Nasr makes three

For the third time in a month a member of the MSM has lost a job for saying what they actually think: CNN on Wednesday removed its senior editor for Middle Eastern affairs, Octavia Nasr, from her job after she published a Twitter message saying that she respected the Shiite cleric the Grand Ayatollah Mohammed … Continue reading and Nasr makes three

Stacy Discovers Morning Joe and MSNBC…

...covering this politico story and discovers they are likely not quite on-board with the whole victory thing: You can read the rest of that, but it’s a pretty simple story: All those Democrats who spent six years complaining that the Iraq war was a mistake because it distracted from fighting the real enemy in Afghanistan … Continue reading Stacy Discovers Morning Joe and MSNBC…

My latest Examiner piece There is no substitute for reality

My latest examiner column: There is no substitute for reality asks the following question: How can an under 2 year old movement produce such results? How is it that the Democratic party in general and the White House in particular can’t seem to cope? Hit the link for my answers and click here for my … Continue reading My latest Examiner piece There is no substitute for reality