Secret Service: “kill him” crowd jeer allegation unfounded.
I am all sure we read the stories in the media about someone yelling in a recent McCain – Palin rally about some knott head in the crowd yelling “kill him” as Sarah Palin was speaking about Senator Obama’s ties to bill Ayres. The Timesleader (local newspaper in Northeastern Pennsylvania) is now reporting that the Secret Service is calling that allegation “unfounded.” Agent Bill Slavoski | Read More »
AP: We’re above the law.
If media elites wonder many of us “common folk” take much of what we read, watch or hear with skepticism one might look no further than the actions taken by the Associated Press after the hacking of Sarah Palin’s personal email account.
So what about Bristol Palin?
A number of people emailed and call me about Bristol Palin today wanting to know my view about how the matter, so here it is: I would start by noting that the media at large decided to pick up the story based upon lies started from a democrat website. The implication was that the Trig, Palin’s, youngest child was in all actuality Bristol’s. Of course | Read More »
Time’s Amy Sullivan proves that you still cant laugh at Obama.
By now I am sure most of us who read the news and pay attention to the election note that there is no tolerance for making light hearted jokes or jabs at Senator Barack Obama. Time’s Amy Sulivan proves this beyond a shadow of a doubt by claiming McCain’s “the one” advertisement was really meant to portray the Junior Senator from Illinois as the antichrist. | Read More »
Springfield, Missouri News Media fails at Barack Obama visit.
Wow. Talk about in the tank. After reviewing various area news media interviews and news reports about Senator Barack Obama’s visit to Springfield, Missouri yesterday I am beyond stunned. The contrast between how the local media covered the two candidates for President of the United States could not be more stark. The best interview of the day goes to the News-Leader’s Chad Livengood, at least | Read More »
Tags: 2008 presidential election
, Barack Obama
, chad livengood
, david catanese
, jake tapper
, John McCain
, media bias
, media hype
, Missouri News
, springfield, Missouri