House Democrats Shut Out Fox News [UPDATED: No, it was God]
We’re digging around on this one. From what House Republicans are telling us, Nancy and the gang have turned Fox News off throughout the entire House of Representatives complex. UPDATE: Nope, wasn’t Nancy. It was God. From an email: Apparently a lightning strike took out some of the channels. It’s not just Fox News and Fox Business that got taken out (though, they are the | Read More »
Is The Mainstream Media America’s Version Of Suicide Bombers?
So I’m reading the 9,324th story on the absolutely ridiculous “ethics complaint”against Sarah Palin, filed by operatives of the DNC, namely Sondra Tomkins, who is aided by Shannyn Moore, Jeanne Devon, and Linda Biegel. Standard boilerplate left wing lunacy. This time written by so-called “professor” Amanda Coyne, who runs the Alaska Dispatch, a small internet newser, that’s main purpose seems to be printing attacks against | Read More »
, Alaska Dispatch
, Amanda Coyne
, Fox News
, Huffington Post
, Jeanne Devon
, Sarah Palin
, shannyn moore
The Economy and The Stimulus
On my way home from work today, I heard people all over the radio (mostly FoxNews: Neil Cavuto) talking about the current economic conditions. Yes – we’ve had four days of gains on the market. A market that has cut in half over the last year – with almost half it’s losses in the last few months alone. Four days of gain (amounting to only | Read More »
Palin approval rating rebounding
According to the results of a Fox News opinion poll released yesterday, former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin’s national approval rating is now 49 percent, an improvement of four points since early November. The results contradict claims made by Democrats and some in the media that Gov. Palin would fade from the national scene after the election.
I would add commentary, but this story speaks for itself:In a room full of television industry executives, no one seemed inclined to defend MSNBC on Monday for what some were calling its lopsidedly liberal coverage of the presidential election.
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
quote: WASHINGTON — Unqualified home buyers were not the only ones who benefitted from Massachusetts Rep. Barney Frank’s efforts to deregulate Fannie Mae throughout the 1990s.So did Frank’s partner, a Fannie Mae executive at the forefront of the agency’s push to relax lending restrictions.Now that Fannie Mae is at the epicenter of a financial meltdown that threatens the U.S. economy, some are raising new questions | Read More »
Obama Blames Fox News For His Inability To Build A Commanding Lead
Remember when you blamed some petty outside force for your losing in a game of one on one with your older brother? Or when you couldn’t score with Wendy Pickler last Friday at her house because the kid she was babysitting for the McDougals kept getting out of bed and coming into the room you two were in? And you say “Oh, I would of | Read More »
Chris Wallace, John McCain and Fox News
I swear, I think I am losing my mind!My guesstimate, is that there is perhaps, 1% of the media, that is still sane.I cannot believe how Chris Wallace, Viciously, Vehemently, Aggressively, and Offensively, attacked John McCain!Has the whole world gone mad or am I totally losing my mind?!The other night, Bill O’Reilly is debating with Laura Ingrahm, about that fact that O’Reilly thinks Obama, is | Read More »
CAN MCCAIN WIN?
**The only way Sen. McCain can pull this election out is to put foreword a strategy to stop the decline in home values.It is the very nexus of the current financial crisis.You talk about tax relief for the middle class.Try stopping the home values from decreasing another 20%+.He should immediately hold a press conference along with leading economists and financial experts to announce his plan | Read More »
, dick morris
, Fox News
, John McCain
, NBC News
Our Friend at Fox News
In 1999, The Economist reported that Newscorp Investments had made £1.4 billion ($2.1 billion) in profits over the previous 11 years but had paid no net corporation tax. It further reported, after an examination of what was available of the accounts, that Newscorp would normally have expected to pay a corporate tax of approximately $350 million. The article explained that the corporation’s complex structure, international | Read More »
Gov. Richardson: George W. Bush should have saved the economy from the Democrats — wait, what was the question?
Bill Richardson was on Fox News this morning discussing Obama’s economic plan. Not much to write home about, but if you had the stomach to sift through (or even sit through) the BS, there were a couple of gems worth noting. Fox: (after Richardson talks about CEOs and golden parachutes) isn’t it true, though, they were getting the golden parachutes during the Clinton years as | Read More »
Obama says Fox News is hateful, like Kos
**In Bill O’Reilly’s interview with Obama, O’Reilly asked him about his associations with Move On and Daily Kos and Obama’s response was that there is also hate on Fox News. If this clown wants to compare Daily Kos to the most watched cable news network in North America, let’s take him to task for this. Obama is so far to the left that it’s scary | Read More »
Who Exactly Was Fox Showing During McCain’s Speech? And Why?
If you were watching John McCain’s acceptance speech at the RNC on Fox, then this image was hard to miss:After posting recently about Sarah Palin and the 49-star flag, the appearance of a 51-star flag really got my attention. The network kept showing this section, but I could not tell which delegation this was. Most likely, it was Washington, DC, but it could have been | Read More »
MI Morning Update
87 Days until Election DayAugust 9, 2008MORNING UPDATE:RUSSIA INVADES GEORGIA…this is unacceptable and the civilized world and the United States should condemn this action and take steps to end this conflict. Below is Congressman Thaddeus McCotter’s statement.PELOSI RALLY HIGHLIGHTS…7th District Chairman Wyck Seelig prepared a video of the event which provides a great summary and here are some additional photos of the event as well…a | Read More »