MSNBC Host Helps Obama Do Prep for Tonight
So I’m a conservative activist, not a journalist. The left would have you think otherwise after an enterprising journalist discovered I’d sent Mark Sanford’s communications director saying I was happy to help deal with the “missing governor” story — even suggesting Sanford post at RedState himself. This, of course, was before anyone knew “hiking the Appalachian Trail” was code for “hitting Argentine tail.” Nonetheless, the | Read More »
Why Sarah Palin Isn’t Dead Politically
Since my appearance on MSNBC regarding Sarah Palin has generated so much conversation, I felt it might be a good idea to expand upon the points I made while debating the commentators. I realize my comments fly in the face of conventional wisdom and are contrary to the analysis given by most Republican consultants. That understood, I think there are three good reasons that the | Read More »
Brian Faughnan on MSNBC.
The subject: This administration’s lack of transparency! The spokesperson for the Left: Jane Hamsher, of FireDogLake! The battle: …called on account of mutual agreement, more or less.
Contessa Brewer, “a common sense thinker”?
The lunatic left’s obsession with Sarah Palin seems to be never ending. MSNBC anchorette, Contessa Brewer, interviewed California, talk show host, John Ziegler regarding an interview he did with Palin and her reaction, or lack of a reaction, regarding disparaging comments Letterman man towards Palin and her teenage daughter. Brewer considers herself a common sense thinker and asks why Palin would get upset about Letterman’s | Read More »
News flash: Newsweek learns that the press is biased toward Obama
Robert Samuelson writes for Newsweek and the Washington Post. In my mind, Newsweek and MSNBC were the two news outlets that were the most in Obama’s pocket during the campaign and for the most part since the election. I couldn’t tell you off the top of my head where Mr. Samuelson falls on the scale, but he’s always worked for liberal news organizations so I’d | Read More »
GE Brings Good Things [Your Dollars] To Life [Its Bottom Line]
H/T Cooler Heads Digest, The Competitive Enterprise Institute General Electric Corporation has strategically positioned itself to be a prime beneficiary of The New Green Economy, under Obama’s Prime Directive #1. As Timothy Carney points out in a washingtonexaminer.com opinion piece, not only does GE own the manufacturing technologies (high tech batteries and windmills) to benefit from the Big Green Push, it is positioning to make | Read More »
Has the Daily Kos community soured on Keith Olbermann?
A survey found that 65% of Daily Kos’ discussion of a recent Olbermann segment is negative. Last week, Fox News’ Sean Hannity made an off-the-cuff offer to partake in waterboarding for charity, an announcement that MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann met with his own charity offer. “For every second you last, a thousand dollars — live or on tape, provided other networks’ cameras are there,” the MSNBC | 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 »
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GE shareholders complain about leftist MSNBC
Stockholder meetings are rarely dramatic events, but things got heated at Wednesday’s GE meeting of shareholders. GE CEO Jeffery Immelt and NBC Universal CEO Jeff Zucker had to field about ten questions from from shareholders unhappy with the leftward bias of the company’s cable outlet MSNBC and a charge that it’s business channel CNBC is being pushed in the same direction: First up was a | Read More »
The Newest Attack From The dims and MSNBC Soon To Be Everywhere
If you watch the media and the dims closely enough you learn that the first sounding board is Chris Matthews. He always makes the first accusation or political swipe and then the others pile on board. His biggest thing now is “It does not matter if the AG can win the case what matters is that the Bush people are indicted and then put on | Read More »
Dems Have Permanent Majority … at Least Until the Next Election
Since November, I’ve become accustomed to predictions that the Republican Party is on its way to irrelevance. Nonetheless, I was disappointed to hear that sentiment voiced by University of Virginia professor and pundit Larry Sabato, who generally tries to provide a relatively objective analysis. On MSNBC’s Hardball today, Sabato opined that “we’re on our way from being a two-party system to being a party-and-a-half system. | Read More »
NBC Suits Warn CNBC Staff Against ‘Obama Bashing,’ Becoming ‘Too Conservative’
General Electric CEO Jeffery Immelt, thought to be one of Keith Olbermann’s biggest supporters, and NBC Universal President Jeff Zucker are reported to have called some of CNBC’s on-air talent to a secret meeting at least if the The New York Post’s Page Six column for April 16 has it right. The meeting was called to scold the cable yackers for being too harsh on | Read More »
Email and Twitter Addresses of Left-Wing Media Saying Tea Partiers Are Fake-FreedomWorks
Via FreedomWorks (the alleged masterminds of the Tea Party Movement) Left-wing media has spent the past few days trying to discredit the Tea Party movement before today’s nation-wide anti-big government protests. Knowing the significance of such an outpouring of opposition to big government, they want America to believe it is centrally controlled and contrived, and therefore not as important as it is. We know it | Read More »
New Revelations In Case of Olbermann v. Twitter
On Thursday, Twitter was atwitter and blogs were abuzz about Keith Olbermann’s embarrassing “Worst Person” fail, following a post by Greg Pollowitz at National Review Online highlighting the hilarity. Olbermann named Twitter his “Worst Person in the World” because he mistakenly believed he wasn’t on Twitter. He was. So I thought I’d do something that Olbermann’s entire staff consistently fails to do: research. The first | Read More »