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 was second but had the most

A week or so ago I wrote this concerning Stacy McCain's Zeigest posts: While the rest of us have been talking about the media Stacy McCain has been doing something interesting. Actually covering a possible motive and inspiration for the shooting in Arizona: Today I'm looking at Bryon's York's latest and lo and behold guess … Continue reading Stacy was second but had the most

Blair and Surber on civility

Tim Blair has a must read post today about how obsession, comparing the "Jewish conspiracy" fetishes in the Arab world with the Palin obsession of the left, it skewers all the right people and closes thus: If Palin’s “extreme rhetoric” causes murders, perhaps we should be keeping an eye on media leftists, for they seem … Continue reading Blair and Surber on civility

Morning Joe: “Eric Fuller? Fuller? Is he the guy who sells brushes?”

As you might recall Morning Joe went so over the top at the start of Friday's show than I turned it off and watched the stooges all morning. When the Eric Fuller statement came out and the left jumped all over it I was sure he would be the lead story on Monday, that was … Continue reading Morning Joe: “Eric Fuller? Fuller? Is he the guy who sells brushes?”

The left’s narrative just can’t catch a break

One of the dangers of demagoguery an issue is that if you are caught it's hard to get your credibility back. For several days the left decided that the Tea Party and Sarah Palin were responsible for the shootings in Arizona Alas not only did the facts point elsewhere but the violent anger of the … Continue reading The left’s narrative just can’t catch a break

It looks like a shooting victim is about to be used again

I feel bad for the people who were killed and wounded in Arizona, I really do, but the idea that a person who was shot, who never knew the shooter, who didn't hear the shooter make any declaration knows what drove him is pretty loose. I gave a pass to some of the friends of … Continue reading It looks like a shooting victim is about to be used again

Pay no attention to Stacy McCain and the Zeitgeist

While the rest of us have been talking about the media Stacy McCain has been doing something interesting. Actually covering a possible motive and inspiration for the shooting in Arizona: Loughner’s favorites included little-known conspiracy theory documentaries such as “Zeitgeist” and “Loose Change” as well as bigger studio productions with cult followings and themes of … Continue reading Pay no attention to Stacy McCain and the Zeitgeist

I didn’t see the president’s speech

After a tough drive and an afternoon of shoveling I was dead tired so I hit the sack early so I didn't hear the president's speech or read it yet. The clips on the TV are OK. On Morning Joe they are giving it the Gettysburg Address treatment but I suspect if his entire speech … Continue reading I didn’t see the president’s speech

DaTechGuy on DaRadio with Val Prieto + our Arizona special

If you missed last weeks show with Val Prieto or the one hour special about the Arizona shooting, have no fear you can listen to it here. DaTechGuy show 8 PLUS our Arizona Special with John Weston, Roxeanne DeLuca, Val Prieto, Robert Stacy McCain and Barbara Espinosa And remember all our episodes are available off … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaRadio with Val Prieto + our Arizona special

Now they hit Sarah Palin for the words “Blood Libel”

On facebook Sarah Palin puts out a video that first talks about the victims: There is a bittersweet irony that the strength of the American spirit shines brightest in times of tragedy. We saw that in Arizona. We saw the tenacity of those clinging to life, the compassion of those who kept the victims alive, … Continue reading Now they hit Sarah Palin for the words “Blood Libel”

Mrs. Clinton despicable moral equivalence

Did Mrs. Clinton actually draw an equivalence between the shooting of Arizona and "extremists" in Islam? Ok Mrs. Clinton other than Fred Phelps who is not supported by any group within the country. Meanwhile in Pakistan this is what happens when you shoot the governor of a province. Cheering crowds have gathered in recent days … Continue reading Mrs. Clinton despicable moral equivalence

Blog of the month yes its late

Running late again this month so let me give a found farewell to are blogs of the month for last month. Holysmoke, DaScienceGuy and SISU. This month we have Katy's conservative corner. She Joins into the debate on the Giffords shooting thus: The Associated Press reported on Sunday morning that, despite the fact that this … Continue reading Blog of the month yes its late

Sad to say they sound alike

I took an unexpectedly long nap and ended up awake at midnight, looking around the net I saw this via Lisa Graas: Is it just me, or is there an incredible lack of reason on the Left? Incidentally, the way I found out about the shooting was through an avalanche of tweets calling Sarah Palin … Continue reading Sad to say they sound alike

Morning Joe and the ricochet theory

I didn't hit the sack till 3 so I missed most of the first hour and a half of Morning Joe but the line I heard was similar to a couple of liberal hosts I heard on the radio this morning. The gist was: We aren't saying Sarah Palin is responsible but look at this … Continue reading Morning Joe and the ricochet theory

Football, Elections and narratives

This weekends NFL games are an excellent metaphor on the more tragic events of this past weekend. Looking at the Wild card games 3 times out of 4 the home team (the actual division winner) lost. The one exception was when the 7-9 Seattle Seahawks, after a week of breast beating concerning their presence in … Continue reading Football, Elections and narratives

Speculation and wisdom: an Gabrielle Giffords roundup

The single most significant bit of news today on the Giffords situation is this tweet by Melissa Clouthier: Now le'ts see what people are saying. I suspect is doesn't match that news. The Daley Gator is not shocked: The Left, however, once more have displayed their complete lack of character, moral fortitude, and common decency … Continue reading Speculation and wisdom: an Gabrielle Giffords roundup

My thoughts on yesterday’s shooting

Some thoughts on yesterday's events. Apparently the left's degree of hate is so large and their sense of honor so non-existent that the death of a 8-year-old girl and a federal judge is just another club to hit republicans in general and Sarah Palin in particular. Listening to CSPAN this morning the template has already … Continue reading My thoughts on yesterday’s shooting

Simple rule of thumb concerning Giffords and Sarah Palin

Allow one caveat to personal friends of any of the victims for the next 24 hours or so as they have been subject to an angry shock and are likely not thinking straight today let me give you the following rule to follow: If you are blaming Sarah Palin and/or the Tea Parties for the … Continue reading Simple rule of thumb concerning Giffords and Sarah Palin

Breaking Gabrielle Giffords (D AZ8) shot: Extra hour tonight DTG on DaRadio?

Update 12: Did I actually see Jane (I'm not a member of the NVA but I love to pose on their AA Guns Fonda) say this? @SarahPalinUSA holds responsibility. As does the violence-provoking rhetoric of the Tea Party The victims of the killing fields of Cambodia were not available for comment. Update 11: Michelle Malkin … Continue reading Breaking Gabrielle Giffords (D AZ8) shot: Extra hour tonight DTG on DaRadio?