JournoList ‘Sick Puppies’ Planned Attacks on Sarah Palin

    The most insidious form of media bias is deciding what to cover and, more importantly, what not to cover.  The revelations uncovered by The Daily Caller in regard to Journolist have been damning on that front. The latest involve Sarah Palin and while anyone with a speck of honesty already realized that the media has been out to marginalize her from the very beginning, Journolist | Read More »

    JournoList ‘Sick Puppies’ Planned Attacks on Sarah Palin

    The most insidious form of media bias is deciding what to cover and, more importantly, what not to cover.  The revelations uncovered by The Daily Caller in regard to Journolist have been damning on that front. The latest involve Sarah Palin and while anyone with a speck of honesty already realized that the media has been out to marginalize her from the very beginning, Journolist | Read More »

    The Matrix and the Journolist

    Don’t you just hate it when some guy peddles his wares? People are always trying to sell you something. It bothers us and gets our back up. Wouldn’t it be nice if people were not always playing some angle? What if they did it for you, not just for grubby, greed-soaked self-interest? Why can’t these idiots just stop bugging us during dinner? A lot of | Read More »

    The lesson of Journolist*.

    Ace of AoSHQ notes something that I’ve noticed myself: You know, for the left’s constant blather about “The Other” (an idea with merit, I think), they sure the hell are oblivious to their constant Otherizing of others, aren’t they? You’d think that people who never shut the f[*]ck up about Otherizing the Otherish Others would once in a while realize, “Hey, you know what? I | Read More »

    The lesson of Journolist*.

    Ace of AoSHQ notes something that I’ve noticed myself: You know, for the left’s constant blather about “The Other” (an idea with merit, I think), they sure the hell are oblivious to their constant Otherizing of others, aren’t they? You’d think that people who never shut the f[*]ck up about Otherizing the Otherish Others would once in a while realize, “Hey, you know what? I | Read More »

    Members of the Media Plotted To Shut Down Coverage of Jeremiah Wright

    It is as we all suspected. It was the moment of greatest peril for then-Sen. Barack Obama’s political career. In the heat of the presidential campaign, videos surfaced of Obama’s pastor, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, angrily denouncing whites, the U.S. government and America itself. Obama had once bragged of his closeness to Wright. Now the black nationalist preacher’s rhetoric was threatening to torpedo Obama’s campaign. | Read More »

    Members of the Media Plotted To Shut Down Coverage of Jeremiah Wright

    It is as we all suspected. It was the moment of greatest peril for then-Sen. Barack Obama’s political career. In the heat of the presidential campaign, videos surfaced of Obama’s pastor, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, angrily denouncing whites, the U.S. government and America itself. Obama had once bragged of his closeness to Wright. Now the black nationalist preacher’s rhetoric was threatening to torpedo Obama’s campaign. | Read More »

    Breitbart: 100K for the Journolist!

    I believe that it was Tom Clancy who noted that (back in the Cold War era, at least) the CIA was always prepared to spend real money when purchasing treason.  Apparently, would-be agents simply assumed that the decadent capitalist Western spy agency would offer money as a matter of course, and the CIA didn’t argue with them; it wasn’t as if Communist subjects ever had | Read More »

    JournoList Getting Their Flirt On

    [h/t itrytobenice and AoS] Funny thing happened on the way to the Tea Party™. Earlier this week, blogger Doug Ross — aka DirectorBlue — noticed, in a 24-hour span, The Curious Case of 200 Nearly Identical Headlines – a whole bunch of stories, all across America, coordinating an all-out media blitz designed to convince you that there is a crisis of uninsuredness – and hoping | Read More »

    Fun With Journolist

    Oh my gosh, the funny in that Kaus article is writing checks my keyboard can’t cash. I think I’m having a snarkeurysm. Let’s snip out some choice Olbermann tidbits hmm? Matthew Yglesias: I also read on TNR.com today that Jonah Goldberg, who believes that everyone on this list is a fascist, is “good-humored,” while Keith Olbermann’s work is best analogized to Glenn Beck or Michael | Read More »

    The JournoList

    Here’s your chance to peek inside the left-wing echo chamber. The actual Google Group address is here, though it is a private group. (I wonder how long before a civic minding right wing hacker tries successfully to break in? Not that I’d ever encourage that.) It makes for an interesting conversation. Apparently, many of the lefties don’t much care for Olbermann either. And they hate | Read More »


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