I'm in the process of writing a critique column for the Examiner on the media's reaction events in Arizona but if spend the entire day working on it I suspect it will not compare to this post by Elizabeth Scalia the Anchoress. “Today was supposed to be set-aside for the victims,” someone posted on twitter, … Continue reading The Anchoress writes THE Arizona media post
One of the reasons the internet has been the bane of the left is it allows us of the right to permanently document their own actions. Zombie Time Michelle Malkin and Pam Geller (who repeats much of Zombietimes' imagery) go long on some of the violent public imagery of the left that for some reason … Continue reading Long memories on the internet
Stacy McCain wrote about the Florida killings in the American spectator yesterday, there is a quote at the end that is worth repeating: Duke's Facebook page quoted a statement that Tea Party Leader Sarah Palin recently made to Fox News: "There's political warfare, all right, and it's the Washington political class, the liberal class, that's … Continue reading Let’s play a game with words
When I left this morning the MSM media was groaning and complaining about the president's compromise of taxes but Wall Street was delighted and stock shares were going up. By the time I got home, unbelievably the president managed to groan and complain about the deal he himself had cut to the point where he … Continue reading This is the best deal I could get and it’s not my fault
Charles Blow has apparently discovered that the goal of bringing down Sarah Palin is not achieved by talking about her, so of course he spends his column, talking about her. This is it. This is the last time I'm going to write the name Sarah Palin until she does something truly newsworthy, like declare herself … Continue reading Charles Blow unclear on the concept
as Stacy is reporting, lets remind them of this ad: ...and we all know how that worked out don't we?
The blog stop shouting has only 4 posts in it over the last 3 years, but this one should be repeated everywhere. You MUST go to her site and read this but I'm going to grab just a few pieces to share its awesomeness: I have been silent long enough. I have bent, I have … Continue reading Stop Shouting writes the post of the decade
The more people on the left who feel the need to counter me, the more likely I'm being effective. I am very proud to be compared to Jim Hoff who I've met and interviewed and is a fine Catholic Gentleman. I look forward to the other side continuing to spend time attempting to counter me. … Continue reading I must be doing something right
Q: How insanely paranoid is Andrew O'Hehir's review of the movie Secretariat? And Ebert is about as far let as it gets. Ebert's article starts thus: Andrew O'Hehir of Salon is a critic I admire, but he has nevertheless written a review of "Secretariat" so bizarre I cannot allow it to pass unnoticed. I don't … Continue reading Answer: It’s so crazy even Roger Ebert calls it insane!
...George Bush won. That's all.
This was an update to my comparison post on OneNation but it is worthy of a promotion. A commentator at the HuffPo Tunes 59 kindly linked to me using the post to refute the Huffington Post's claims on the rally. Another commentator Kathy 001 took exception saying: “LOL! Honey, there are more site that peddle … Continue reading Pray Kathy enlighten us all
We've already pointed out the difference in terms of paying for transportation so lets take a look at this AP story: Thousands gather for 'One Nation' rally in D.C. Not the tens of thousands like 9/12 or the hundreds of thousands like Glenn Beck, but thousands. Poor Crooks and Liars et/al they can't even get … Continue reading Two important comparisons between 9/12 and One Nation
Via this tweet by SissyWillis John Kerry takes his famous phrase to a whole new level: A testy U.S. Sen. John F. Kerry yesterday blamed clueless voters with short attention spans for the uphill battle beleaguered Democrats are facing against Republicans across the nation. The article gives a shout out to William Jacobson at Legal … Continue reading Don’t you know who we are?
Stacy notes the results of a conference call between liberal bloggers and David Axelrod, apparently it didn't go all that well. The call seemed to perfectly capture the tense dynamic that exists between the White House and the online and organized left: Though White House advisers in the past have dumped on the left, anonymously … Continue reading Access and Anger the story of a liberal blogger
...I actually think the most important is rule 6: New Rule: Don’t worry if the Leftist MSM, or David Brooks, likes you. If they dislike you, or find you to be “spreading the poison”, that means you are winning. See Sarah Palin and the Tea Party as exhibit A of this phenomenon. Let’s look at … Continue reading Of the charming Mrs. Fleetwood’s six rules…