MSM’s “Weak Tea” Party Protest
You know it’s gotten bad when the Democratic spokesmodels at the reliably liberal Star Tribune are chiding President Obama. In a commentary entitled, ‘Recess appointment flap — a sign of the rule-bending times,’ Strib editor D.J. Tice has some cautionary words for his friends on the left. Using a comparison that is more akin to that of the Tea Party, Tice warns that if we let | Read More »
Strib Writer Fears Bachmann Will Ban “Hustler” Subscription
In a scurrilous hit piece with the headline, “Bachmann marriage vow draws ire over slavery,” Democratic Party propagandist Kevin Diaz does his sleazy best to contort, pervert, twist, and stretch beyond the bounds of imagination a simple pro-marriage pledge signed by Rep. Michele Bachmann. Diaz draws on the most absurd sources, completely mischaracterizes the vow, and in turn misquotes Bachmann to create a work of | Read More »
The Real Case for Strib Bankruptcy
The decidedly StarTribune has done it again. They are bound and determined to make sure their leftist bona fides are not questioned. Saturdays bring a special highlight to the opinion pages. The section is called Opinion Exchange. It is purported to bring a healthy exchange of ideas to the Twin Cities of Minneapolis, St. Paul and their suburbs. What it actually brings is a completely | Read More »
Oh, yeah: I got interviewed by the Star-Tribune.
Interesting – and I’m not being sarcastic, here: it is interesting, and I’ve had to do the same thing myself – how five minutes of conversation turns into a couple of paragraphs. I have no complaints about the article, by the way: the text was fair and the guy who wrote it was both polite and friendly. No gotchas. Moe Lane PS: via the article’s | Read More »