CNN, Roland Martin, and Priorities
From Roland Martin’s article on CNN.com What the critics don’t see is that Obama’s loss on the Olympics is America’s loss. Any red-blooded American who loves to see the American flag raised and the national anthem played when one of our own wins a gold medal should blast the Republicans’ giddiness over the loss. Really? So since the Olympics aren’t held in Chicago, when American athletes | Read More »
Roman Polanski: Convicted and… Convicted
Via Hot Air, Patterico reports on the Los Angeles Times confusing “accused” with “convicted”: Excuse me? He is more than merely “accused” of unlawful sex with a minor. He pled guilty to it. And, moving on the teaser on the right for Patrick Goldstein’s piece, it will not cost the L.A. District Attorney (for whom I work but do not speak) much to “prosecute” Polanski | Read More »
What the Votes in the U.S. House and Senate to Defund ACORN Prove
It proves that the MSM has become irrelevant to floor votes in the U.S. House and U.S. Senate, even when both Houses of Congress are controlled by the Democrats. The MSM buried the ACORN story and refused to give it the attention it deserved. And in the end, SO WHAT? Increasingly, the MSM are active partners in their own irrelevance.
Is CNN Faking Sarah Palin’s Twitter Page?
One of today’s CNN Political Ticker stories is titled, “Is Palin getting ready to tweet again?” The article says: No tweets have yet been sent from her new Twitter account. What’s interesting is the Twitter page graphic that says its from Palin’s new SarahPalinUSA account but it has published tweets on it.
White House Confesses that “Fishy” E-Mail site is Illigal!
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CNN: The Most Busted Name In News
Via Politico. Somebody at CNN had a very bad day. Take a close look at this picture, some of the writing is small, and tell me if you notice anything: Notice anything? Scroll down. . . . . . 1. Liberia is on the Atlantic Ocean not the Pacific Ocean. 2. On the map, Cote d’Ivoire is misspelled Cote d’Iviore. 3. In the upper left | Read More »
Pelosi’s California Dream’n: I have the Votes, Will Get a Public Option
Speaker Pelosi’s California dream’n is in full hallucinogenic mode — her statements that she will get the public option and that she has the votes for the Obamacare bill on the floor is more than dreaming, it is highly irresponsible; especially to the conservative and moderate Democrats who are already under tremendous political pressure to vote NO. By my count there are 92 Democrats with | Read More »
Anti-Tea Party Susan Roesgen out at CNN.
You may remember Susan Roesgen as the woman who rather notoriously played the role of Obama stimulus apologist while carrying a CNN microphone at the April 15th Chicago Tea Party (she was also the subject of some now-vanished Jon Stewart scorn over her coverage of a Fargo flood, but that’s a different story). Well, it seems that she’s become an unemployment statistic: Breaking: TVNewser has | Read More »
Charlie Cook: Another Out of Touch Liberal
You know when a liberal has lost any capability to understand the common American when they completely miss the pain that liberal tax hikers cause the average citizen in this country. Charlie Cook recently showed this elitist attitude in a National Journal column on the outrageous costs of the Cap and Trade bill – better called the Cap and Tax bill. Of course, to him, | Read More »
CNN’s Analysis, Sotomayor a ‘Cautious and Careful Liberal,’ is Left Rhetoric Exemplified
If you want to see how liberals in the media “do” their thing, nothing has been a better example than the analysis by CNN’s Jeffery Toobin. We’ve highlighted some on-air work of his Sotomayor coverage, but he also has a written piece on CNN.com that is a perfect example of how the left spins rhetoric to legitimize leftist precepts. In his July 13 piece, for | Read More »
CNN Poll: Only 20% Believe they will be Better Off if Obama’s Health Plan Passes
The poll is dated June 26-28, with a 3% +/- margin of error. The CNN poll question and answers are: If Obama’s health plan passed, your family would be… 20% Better Off 35% Worse Off 44% About the Same
How bad is it these days for Anderson Cooper?
You know your ratings are in the toilet when you declare it a success story that you’re beating out some low-life at MSNBC. Talk about setting the bar low! This article talks about how CNN in general and AC in particular are tanking, but here’s the reply from some AC lackey: A rep for Cooper wouldn’t discuss May numbers but said, “Year to date, ‘AC360′ | Read More »
Cooper’s “apology” – he learns well from the Democrats how to do it
Drudge has a link to this article, which points to and sums up Anderson Cooper’s “apology” for his teabagging comments. It’s the same sort of “apology” you’d expect from Janet Napolitano and her ilk. Here are some of his comments as extracted from the article along with their translation. “I think it’s an incorrect statement to say I was, in any way, trying to disparage | Read More »
Media Malpractice: How One Person’s Say So Becomes ‘Fact’
Ever wonder how political “facts” become facts? How does a story go from a mere unsubstantiated report to universal truth? Often, it happens with a catchy headline in a report that states as “fact” a claim made by one person even though no one else has been seen backing up the claim. Such may be the case with a recent story on actor Gary Sinise | Read More »
Meghan McCain: Just Stop It
I can’t understand this dynasty/legacy mentality of some politicians and their children. Just what is it that makes Chelsea Clinton or Meghan McCain think they are the voice of their parents’ political parties? I can only wonder that maybe they believe they are heirs to nobles in some gotti kingdom of politics. Whatever the case may be, Meghan McCain cries for the limelight again. In | Read More »