Ever since the nomination of President Trump the media began to recycle those tired old clichés. I’m sure you know the ones I'm talking about. The most often recited claims are that all those on the political right are Fascists and those same people are all bigots. Neither of those claims is remotely true but … Continue reading Why do the media insist on distorting the political spectrum?
I spoke to Tom Weaver candidate for the GOP nomination in MA-3. He gets to the nitty-gritty of election 2012 simply by using two lightbulbs. Simple isn't it? His web site is here. Update: Missed the link, now there.
Today at the Supreme Court and at the Americans for Prosperity event, Andrew Breitbart was in clear evidence: I interviewed one of them Why do I think Andrew would be pleased? Update: Instalanche Thanks Glenn, I have a post up with shots and video from the protests in front of the Supreme Court here, I … Continue reading Breitbart at the Americans for Prosperity event
Yesterday at the monthly Twin City Tea Party event Mary Z Connaughton (affectionately known around here as Mary Z) former candidate for State Auditor spoke about her work at the Pioneer institute. After her speech Connaughton took questions from the audience for quite a while fielding inquiries on topics on spending and judicial conduct to … Continue reading “You don’t cut the pie into smaller pieces you make a bigger pie”
Stacy McCain notes the large gender gap in the occupod movement and comes up with a simple explanation (emphasis mine): There are probably women who aren’t bothered much by poor hygiene, and there may be women who aren’t bothered by a lack of toilet and bathing facilities. But I think you’ll have a hard time … Continue reading MSNBC answers Stacy McCain’s question about women
Tonight at The Twin City Tea Party there was a straw poll of the attendees. Here are the Results: President: 1st Herman Cain 33.3% 2nd Mitt Romney 30.3% 3rd Rick Santorum 18.2% VP 1st Herman Cain 27.3% 2nd Newt Gingrich 21.2% 3rd Rick Santorum 15.2% Note no ballot had the same person for Prez & … Continue reading Twin City Tea Party Straw Vote Tonight/Update Cain leads Zogby!
Via this tweet by Byron York: ...comes this very funny headline from the NYT: A Campaign Challenge: Defining Obama Defining Obama?. Hasn't that game already been played? The mainstream media helped smooth the way with the questions not asked, the history glossed over, the records sealed, the voices silenced by loyal Leftist Democrats. All had … Continue reading They don’t like the Dog food Redux
Tom Weaver of Show ID to vote talks to me at the WCRN studios last Saturday. He will be speaking at the Twin City Tea Party meeting next Tuesday May 31st.
This morning I talked to Andrew Breitbart about his trip to Madison and what he saw: DaTechGuy: Why did you decide to go to Wisconsin? Andrew Breitbart: The Democratic Party has used public sector unions as a weapon to intimidate. It's a formula used state by state (Such as in searchlight) I've sensed that any … Continue reading My Andrew Breitbart Interview
The last vendor I talked to were the people in charge of The Tea Party Dot Net: Their site is here, the full advocate list is here
When I look at the situation I can't really believe that people are actually acting in this way. If it was 20 years ago the media would be able to spin this differently, but in an internet and social networking age there is no possible way for people on social networks to see this for … Continue reading As far as Wisconsin goes…
In addition to the other problems that the establishment has with Sarah Palin. She also calls out their religious "personally believes" nonsense. It so rattled Kathleen Kennedy Townsend As Patrick O'Hannigan reports, had to respond: Washington Post editors gave Townsend 1,500 words to defend her uncle's attempt to compartmentalize his faith, but the "coulda been … Continue reading One more thing about Sarah Palin and why she makes establishment folks uncomfortable
I'm very hard on Joe Scarborough mostly because I like him (I'm always harder on people I like because I expect more from them) but today he said something that is incredibly important. He was going on about the hypocrisy of both right and left on deficits and said this: "There are a couple of … Continue reading Sometimes Joe Scarborough just NAILS it!
Julie and Sam Grant give a shout out to their candidate Sheila Harrington. Harrington is running in the First Middlesex District.
I will likely be liveblogging it but I might be speaking briefly (yeah stop laughing about the briefly part) about the 9/12 rally since the Fitchburg/Worcester groups were there only for the 9/11 march. So if you want to see me try to be brief and direct talk I'll see you at the border tonight, … Continue reading Twin City tea Party Meeting tonight at the Border Grille & Bar…
“What State?” What State?” The question was asked again and again as I pointed to and asked people lining the boundary. The answer came back: New York, Maryland, Delaware, Texas, Florida, California, Ohio, Indiana, Massachusetts, Washington state and DC, Oregon, Tennessee, Kentucky, Utah, Connecticut , North and South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia, Kansas , … Continue reading What I asked at the tea party
My last video from Blogcon-9/12 is a little bit of a ditty from the Gattlin brothers: Always good to close in song
Ed was my very last interview that I did in Washington It's really something to think that avg people like Ed here have the establishment quaking in their boots.
I talked to Cindy as she was leaving the 9/12 rally: I only shot three crowd interviews at 9/12 because the sound system was so loud.
Mildred Smith of was of many citizen volunteers for the 9/12 march The amount of people willing to kick in was really impressive to me