by baldilocks I can't be the only one who noticed this. This is Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg when he testified in front of Congress about user data privacy some weeks back. And this is former New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. Schneiderman recently resigned from his office because: [Four women with whom he has had romantic … Continue reading Dirty Windows
By John Ruberry I haven't read all of the thousands of John Podesta emails hacked by Wikileaks--has anyone yet?--but what I have read they betray a Democratic Party obsessed with two things: Money and power. Liberal writer Thomas Frank, in his second great (gasp!) Guardian column in less than a week, accurately portrays the modern Democratic Party: … Continue reading The party of “the little guy” is the GOP
...was made by Tina Brown when she said this about Newsweek: but when will the operation be profitable? The Daily Beast, Brown reminded her questioner, was conceived in 2008 on a five-year business plan, "on which we are very, very handsomely along the way." Newsweek, meanwhile, "is an iconic global brand," one that landed 40 … Continue reading The most outlandish promise of this political season thus far…
This article at Nice Deb yesterday caught my eye: Russian TV covers the growing Marxist movement in America – it’s not often that a media outlet calls “progressives” what they really are, as RT America does, here. I'm not going to embed the video as it's Deb's story, but both the story and Deb's headline … Continue reading Normalizing Communism Deb is only slightly off
Seeing this post via who else but Glenn was no surprise. Considering the circles they come from and they hang with the shock is that free markets managed to get 37%. This actually explains why they hate Palin so much. Her opinions match the mainstream of this country much more than her foes can admit … Continue reading Boy didn’t ya suspect as much?