Every now and then it’s fun to get the view from the condescending Ivory Tower of the mainstream media. This one comes from MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell, who has been carrying Obama’s water so long she has Hope & Change induced osteoporosis: Sometimes, sure, I don’t always know what’s good for me. I confess. However, I […]

“Cash for Clunkers” — a program that our genius financial managers in Washington budgeted to run, appropriately enough, to around Halloween — has been suspended after just a few days. There were many “unforeseen” problems, meaning that nobody who created the program knew anything about what they were doing. These guys couldn’t organize a two […]

Gee, that was fast: The government plans to suspend its popular “cash for clunkers” program amid concerns it could quickly use up the $1 billion in rebates for new car purchases, congressional officials said Thursday. The real reason isn’t that the government was afraid it would run out of money (hey, thanks to you and […]

Today’s redneck word & definition: (h/t Andrea via email)

I’m filling in a little again today for Michelle Malkin as she makes the media rounds promoting her #1 book. Check her blog for newer posts for the rest of today, and have a terrific Thursday!

Dan Rather wants Barack Obama to start the ball rolling toward a government takeover of the media, because if this doesn’t happen, America risks losing its freedom. Huh? Yeah, I know: Former CBS News anchor Dan Rather called on President Barack Obama to form a White House commission to help save the press Tuesday night […]

I don’t know about you, but I think Shatner’s performance “works” on several levels. Challenges for future editions could be finding words that rhyme with “Wasilla” and “You Betcha.” Sarah should take Bill on the road with her when she’s campaigning for president in the more artsy-fartsy areas:

Prediction: We’re going to be seeing fewer and fewer townhall meetings that are sponsored by Democrats, because the natives are turning restless and these gatherings are ending up being sounding boards for the opposition. Case in point: Claire McCaskill’s townhall meeting in Missouri. The topic was health care reform. McCaskill didn’t attend the meeting, but […]

Today I’ll be filling in for Michelle Malkin as best I can while she does a whirlwind book promo media tour for her excellent book Culture of Corruption, which was officially released yesterday. Check Michelle’s blog throughout the day for new posts, and have a great Tuesday!

Have you ever been to Massachusetts? I have on a couple of occasions — and I can’t tell you how many times I had conversations with with whalers who expressed a desire to look up their ancestors in Alaska and Hawaii — if only they had the money to do so. Somebody in Congress recognized […]

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