In the NYT’s, the Number One Health Reform Bill Killing Issue Gets One Sentence

    The abortion issue, you may recall, was described by George Stephanopoulos as “the gravest threat” to the health reform bill. The largest concentration of Democratic NO votes on health care reform are because of the abortion issue. So, naturally, in an article about Speak Pelosi’s efforts to rally votes for ObamaCare, the New York Times actually talked about other issues besides the public option as | Read More »

    Vapor Bill Gets a Vapor Score from CBO

    The MSM would like the American public to believe that the Senate Finance Committee bill was scored by the Congressional Budget Office. After all, WaPo, the NYT and the WSJ reported: WaPo: “The bill would cost $829 billion over the next decade.” NYT: “The budget office analyzed the bill … its newly projected cost — $829 billion over 10 years.” WSJ: “The latest Senate health | Read More »

    Il Duce and Il Friedman

    A lost person, frozen in ice for the last twenty years, could thaw out and reanimate this morning. If he picked up yesterday’s New York Times and read two paragraphs of Thomas L. Friedman’s latest gem of a column, he’d know without further input that Friedman is truly a purblind mope. Evidence of Friedman’s profound and ineluctable enstupidation follows below. One-party autocracy certainly has its | Read More »

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    Like Hillary Clinton, they will get nothing, nada, zilch, zero

    The first thing to read today, is historically significant. It is the first time a lioness of the left has called for Speaker Pelosi to step down, in print, in the MSM, citing the Congressional health care reform train wreck. Published today in Salon, it is titled Obama’s healthcare horror. The second development is a far more serious, structural political problem for the Democrats — | Read More »

    Patrick Rufini Over At “The New Right” Makes The Case – Rush The NYT’s…

    I have to agree with Patrick Rufini here, it is time to engage the left on our terms… Let me first state that I don’t particularly care who writes for the New York Times op-ed page, and think all the handwringing about who will replace Bill Kristol is a collosal waste of time for conservatives. I long ago stopped reading the editorial pages, and rely | Read More »

    Santa Arrives a Day Early…

    Santa snuck down our chimney early this year with a welcome little gift. It really hasn’t been a great year for Republicans, and especially for conservative Republicans. And it’s easy to lapse into the doldrums looking at the tasks ahead of us in the coming two years when the so-called Party leadership appears to be busy cementing themselves into their old jobs so they can | Read More »

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    Reformers and Traditionalists

    We’ve all heard the terms by now. And thanks to the no good David Brooks, they are being widely used throughout the political landscape – not just in the GOP. These are not really flattering phrase for the “traditionalists (aka: us) and is just one more way the MSM is trying to discredit the conservative movement. We must discredit these terms and bring back the | Read More »

    “Liberal Katie Couric (D)”

    A Great NRO Article from Victor David Hansen obliquely points out what should be painfully obvious to everyone at this point, the MSM was actually part of the Obama campaign and as a result neither Obama’s inexperience or Biden’s incompetence received even the slightest attention from the media. Instead we had to watch as the media set out to demonize and destroy housewives and plumbers | Read More »

    It Must Be A Blue Moon

    I know I’m breaking the RS rules by just linking to an article, but everyone really needs to read this one, they don’t come around very often – like blue moons. I have no pithy searing commentary, just wanted to share …Ms. Palin’s stoutest defenders are often the Joe Sixpacks in her crowds, who shrug off her critics, ridiculers and perceived adversaries in the news | Read More »

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    Beating up on Cindy

    NYTImes story Has anyone discussed this NYT story about Cindy McCain? “The Times has reported vigorously on the backgrounds of the candidates and the influential people in their lives, including both prospective first ladies. We reported where the facts led us,” Times spokeswoman Catherine Mathis said in a written statement to FOXNews.com. “The story was a richly reported, completely fair, respectful — even empathetic — | Read More »

    NY Times slams Cindy McCain

    Looks like the NY Times decided to use facebook to search out students who attend the school of the McCain’s youngest daughter. They stooped so low as to pretend they were doing a story on how Cindy was as a parent, etc. They gathered info and went to town. The article, front page, slams Mrs. McCain as a dope fiend and a Washington outsider. You | Read More »

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    And I find it kind of funny, I find it kind of sad…

    Cross-posted on Right Michigan at www.RightMichigan.com. Nice to wake up on a Friday morning and to discover that the world is still every bit as backwards and maddening as it was when you went to bed Thursday night. Frankly, I’m not sure what I’d do if I ever woke up and found a sudden outbreak of sanity running roughshod over the state and across the | Read More »

    NYT Reporter Doesn’t Read His Own Article

    In the New York Times whitewash of Barack Obama’s ties to unrepentant terrorist William Ayers, the Times reporter quotes a Harvard classmate of Obama saying as follows: Little Influence Seen Mr. Obama’s friends said that history was utterly irrelevant to judging the candidate, because Mr. Ayers was never a significant influence on him. Even some conservatives who know Mr. Obama said that if he was | Read More »

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    Whoever Can Explain This, Is A (Crazy) Genius.

    AP: ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) – Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin on Saturday accused Democrat Barack Obama of “palling around with terrorists” because of his association with a former 1960s radical, stepping up the campaign’s effort to portray Obama as unacceptable to American voters… Palin cited a New York Times story published Saturday that detailed Obama’s relationship with Ayers. In an interview with CBS News | Read More »

    A quick note on that Politico apologist piece

    Mike Allen writes a story that, I think, tries to make the Big Mac campaign sound like crazy whiners. But…he blows the whole tone when he provides us with the list of ‘critical, probing’ articles that the Gray Lady has written about The One. I mean, they (Obama campaign) provided 42 references!!! GOLY! You will notice, if you take the time to read through the | Read More »

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