Debt & Jobs dominate GOP FoxNews/Google debate question requests.
Let me explain this one: there’s a debate Thursday that’s being sponsored by FoxNews & Google. Google is letting people submit questions via YouTube – frankly, this has more than a slight whiff of gimmick about it, but let’s roll with the notion for a moment. The preliminary survey of submitted questions indicate that the top two categories of questions submitted are “Government Spending” and | Read More »
Jamie Gorelick to be nominated for FBI Director?
Fox Nation reports that Jamie Gorelick is on the Obama administration’s short list for new FBI Director. Gorelick’s political rap sheet is a thing of wonder: it includes Fannie Mae, Countrywide Loans, defending Duke University after the lacrosse case, (most infamously) the Gorelick Wall – and these days she’s the defense lawyer for British Petroleum. Which basically means that Gorelick brackets the entire political spectrum | Read More »
Media Matters for America forgets the first rule about Fight Club.
Executive summary of this Washington Post article: Media Matters for America (MMfA) has come up with its latest ACME-approved method for beating the Road Runner Fox News: a secret training camp in which they teach selected liberal acolytes secret Barking Moonbat Pundit Kung Fu techniques that will let them infiltrate and dominate an unsuspecting “right-wing media!” Well… at least those elements of the aforementioned right-wing | Read More »
WaPo calls White House ‘Agnewesque.’
Another for the ‘media’s starting to get just a bit tired of the administration’s crusade against Fox News’ file. From Ruth Marcus: Obama’s dumb war with Fox News There’s only one thing dumber than picking a fight with people who buy ink by the barrel — picking a fight with people who don’t even have to buy ink. The Obama administration’s war on Fox News | Read More »
Megyn Kelly apparently intends to have a fun week this week.
Between letting the Obama campaign try to offer the novel defense that the RNC controls local television networks… No, really. …and what was frankly a long-overdue blindsiding of Bill Burton: Well. As Ace would say, good times, good times. Unless, of course, somebody starts getting riled up about her. Moe Lane