Media Masters at covering (for) buggers, abortionists and Tiger
And any other truth inconvenient to their liberal Democratic Party agenda. But at least Augusta National now has two female members and, as with the catch-all “The Secretary shall decide”, if Obamcare law is otherwise inconvenient to Big Government regulators; CBS can always cite the calling in of a fan to allege rule violations to justify not disqualifying ratings-driver Tiger Woods for rules violations that otherwise require disqualification: The | Read More »
Mother Jones, Mitch McConnell, & Ashley Judd.
A few things that I’m taking away from this (forwarded) Mother Jones “expose” of Mitch McConnell’s Ashley Judd oppo research: The whole thing reminds me of the Washington Post‘s ongoing (and rather pathetic) attempts to recreate that one, perfect fix that the WaPo had in 2006 when they destroyed George Allen’s Senate career. Yes, David Corn, last year you folks got your hands on a | Read More »
Progress Kentucky: inbred, racist, xenophobic hicks.
Let me start by noting something: yes, many people have at least a small problem with Mitch McConnell. Including myself, sometimes. But that does not mean that the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy will simply tolerate anybody calling his wife a traitorous double agent for the ChiComs. Which is what the rabidly liberal Super PAC (the Democrats still have those? Hypocrites) Progress Kentucky just did. Recently, the | Read More »
Ashley Judd: An Aging Hollywood Starlet’s Guide to Regaining Relevancy
Hollywood is a cruel place. One day you are Ashley Judd, the fresh faced it girl. A few years later, you’re an over-the-Hollywood-hill, forty-something, actress struggling to maintain relevancy in a world which puts the highest premium on newness. What does an actress do when she’s too old to be the it girl, but still too attractive to get cast in roles reserved for older | Read More »
Is Ashley Judd’s wolf ad about more than wildlife?
Ashley Judd is the narrator of an ad for the Defenders of Wildlife Action Fund which portrays Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as a heartless enemy of warm, furry critters. Actually, the ad is not a new one, but simply a refresh of a video which has long been used to attack Gov. Palin: Defenders of Wildlife launched similar attacks against Palin soon after she was selected | Read More »