Nightline smears “conservative echo chamber”
While channel surfing last night, I watched a segment on ABC’s Nightline entitled “Classroom Bullies.” This short segment about Obama’s speech to government school students is a great example of why the American people find it so difficult to trust the mainstream media. The transcript for last night’s Nightline has not yet been posted, but you can view the video at http://abcnews.go.com/nightline. The sement begins | Read More »
Inheriting the worst economy since FDR?
Since Barack Obama became president-elect, many in the mainstream media have claimed he will inherit the greatest economic crisis since FDR. Interestingly, many in the media made similar claims before Ronald Reagan was sworn in as president. For example, according to the January 19, 1981 issue of Newsweek, “When Ronald Reagan steps into the White House next week, he will inherit the most dangerous | Read More »
GOP needs to become “Lyonized”
“Obama is too measured and polite to say so, so I’ll say it for him,” Lynne K. Varner, a columnist for the Seattle Times, recently wrote. “Come mid-January, Republicans and Democrats ought to follow the president’s lead or simply get out of his way.” Another commentator, Joy Behar, has called Barack Obama’s critics “unpatriotic.”
Now maybe liberals will join the war on terror
After Washington Post Music Critic Paul Hume wrote that Margaret Truman “cannot sing very well,” the singer’s father, President Harry Truman, sent Hume a letter. “Some day I hope to meet you,” Truman wrote. “When that happens you’ll need a new nose, a lot of beefsteak for black eyes, and perhaps a supporter below!” According to William F. Buckley, Jr. in “Up From Liberalism,” “A | Read More »