NBC News? The Washington Post? CNN?
Nah, apparently the next Woodward & Bernstein types might be found at TMZ:
Much of the rest of the Fourth Estate is still hedging their bets about either doing some serious digging into the story — OR — passing up that kind of direct involvement in favor of being granted the first interview with President Hillary Clinton.
I’ve also been reminded that it took the National Enquirer to bring down John Edwards, so the biased dereliction of the “mainstream media” isn’t exactly anything new.
Well, it’s a little better than that “nutcracker” one, but not much:
“See you later, Barbie! Now the kids have a REAL role model to play with!”
That Barbie’s a horrible role model, so why not teach girls that the real way to go is to hitch your wagon to a philandering-but-motivated serial-liar of a politician and never let go no matter what!
Here’s the version with the necessary disclaimer:
Australia rivals the U.S. in the number of agenda-driven climate change alarmist nutcases roaming the countryside, as Celeste Young, “Collaborative Research Fellow, Centre for Strategic Economic Studies” at Victoria University, demonstrates:
Celeste Young – “a sustainability/climate change professional who works as a communication and operational specialist with a particular interest in innovation and the use of creative and business processes” – asks:
How can we help people and communities work through the climate grieving process?
One of Celeste’s excellent grief-coping suggestions:
Another way to help people accept these changes is through cultural activities that support the expression of grief. In Australia, local government, community, and the arts sector have led in this area. Storytelling is often used as it provides a structured and often empowering way of expressing difficult emotions.
Readers are invited to work through the climate grieving process by telling their stories in comments. Preferably these stories will involve jets, cars, motorcycles, mining, fracking, building, land clearing and other proven grief-recovery methods.
The “grieving process” we should be facilitating is forcing these kooks to watch their government grants dry up as fast as possible.
Long-time Bill and Hillary Clinton sycophant, suck-up, brown-noser and toady Lanny Davis has been “all hands on deck” to defend Hillary against her latest showing on non-transparency about the email thing.
All I did was simply point that out:
Davis replied to that simple truth by saying I don’t know all the facts, or something:
And of course before I could reply directly to him, he’d already blocked me on Twitter:
A little thin-skinned over in Hillary-land these days? What a wuss.
I give up:
Seventy-five House Republicans bent over and voted for the measure that will include funding for executive amnesty.
Sure, wave that magic wand and legalize millions of future Democrat voters, Mr. President — the Republicans will not only stand and watch, but they’ll vote to fund it just to make the “bad press” go away because they absolutely suck at messaging.
Seems like the Republicans had more balls when they didn’t have full congressional control (clearly they still don’t have control though).
John Kerry lied again this morning, but you knew that because his lips were moving:
“As I said, the prime minister is welcome in the United States at any time. We have an unparalleled close security relationship with Israel and we will continue to. President Obama has done more to ensure the security of Israel by the creation of Iron Dome, by the development of weapons that are specifically calculated to be able to deal with Iran’s nuclear weapon’s problem…[etc].”
It’s at the 8-minute mark:
President Obama created the Iron Dome, eh?
In 2004, the idea for Iron Dome gained momentum with the installation of Brig. Gen. Daniel Gold as the head of the research and development bureau of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF). Gold was a strong backer of the antimissile project, even skirting army contracting regulations to secure financing. He also helped persuade key politicians to support the project.
Wow, Obama had a lot of global pull considering he was only a state senator from Illinois back then!
Kerry’s such an ass.